Tyrone Area Middle School


  • January 11th, we will return to a hybrid learning model.  Day A students will report Monday and Tuesday, and Day B students will report Thursday and Friday.  All students will remain on the same hybrid schedule as they were in the fall, unless otherwise contacted.  Wednesday, January 13 and 27, will be remote learning days.  Students who are not physically in the building need to check in for attendance via Zoom each morning.

    For daily attendance, your advisory teacher will record attendance as usual in your advisory/first period Zoom class.  You need to make sure you are logged into the advisory teacher’s Zoom room by 8:00am.

    Students who do not have internet access should call the TAMS office between 7:30 - 8:00am (814-684-4240 x3712) to have their attendance counted for the day.

    If you are late (logging in anytime past 8:00am), you need to sign into the Google late attendance link to record your “arrival” time at school.  

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  • We want your photos

    Tyrone Area Middle School students, families and friends, we need your help completing  our one of a kind yearbook for this truly one of a kind year. We are in need of pictures showing your students learning at home, how your everyday life is different living during a pandemic, winter sports/activities, and anything else showcasing our students and the innovative things they are doing during this challenging time. Submit your photos here: https://images.jostens.com/, the ID is 415468715. We can’t wait for you to see this extra special edition of our yearbook!

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  • Please see our COVID-19 page for our COVID-19 at home screening questions, frequently asked questions from the School Nurse, and DOH guidelines for returning to school.

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  • Download the Box Top app, scan your receipts and earn money for your school.

    Box Top Flier

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  • Math & STEM Resources for Students and Parents

    TumbleMath is a collection of animated and narrated math picture books covering K-5 math concepts using stories and literature to reinforce concepts. Math picture books fall into one of three categories. 1. Fundamental math picture books are based solely around a math concept. 2. Embedded math picture books have the math embedded into the story, and the plot stands alone. 3. Connected math picture books do not have math concepts in place, but teachers can make connections to math through think-aloud activities and class discussions. Books are accompanied by lesson plans and thousands of quizzes created by math teachers, searchable by Common Core standards.  

    CSB2 STEM Ecosystem school and library access to TumbleMath is made possible by a PAsmart grant from the Pennsylvania Department of Education and the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, Tom Wolf, Governor.

    Tutor.com is an online service to help students in grades K-16 in a variety of STEM-related subjects through live tutoring sessions, practice quizzes and tests, video lessons and more. Tutor.com will offer students 1:1 online tutoring sessions from 3 pm to 10 pm daily to assist with homework and concepts related to Math, Science and Computer Literacy. Students can take practice quizzes for topics in for Math, Science, English and sections of the Armed Services Vocational Aptitude Battery (ASVAB) test at any time and later connect with a tutor to discuss any questions they missed.
    Students can also drop off a Math question 24/7 for review by a tutor, who will explain the step by step solution. Full-length practice tests, detailed score reports and related video lessons and practice drills are available 24/7 for SAT/ACT prep. Other tools available 24/7 include math and English video tutorials and prep for AP and grad school exams. Tutor.com will be available before the end of August through May 31, 2023.

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  • Safe2Say logo

    Safe2Say Something is a youth violence prevention program run by the Pennsylvania Office of Attorney General. The program teaches youth and adults how to recognize warning signs and signals, especially within social media, from individuals who may be a threat to themselves or others and to “say something” BEFORE it is too late. With Safe2Say Something, it’s easy and confidential to report safety concerns to help prevent violence and tragedies.

    Here’s how it works:

    • Submit an anonymous tip report through the Safe2SaySomething system
    • Crisis center reviews, assesses and processes all submissions
    • Crisis center sends all submissions to school administration and/or law enforcement  for intervention
    • If needed, crisis center may contact tipster anonymously through the app


         Download on the App Store Get it on Goggle Play

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  • #89 vision graphic     Click here to learn more about #89 goals

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  •  a+ rewards
    Please be sure to register your Martin's Rewards Card to help Support our school! Go to 

    http://martinsfoods.com/aplus/register-card/ and be sure to enter school code 

    Middle School: #20187

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TAMS Academic Websites

  • Study Island
    Canvas LMS