This month, Tannehill Public School wants to increase awareness about mental health and reduce the stigma attached to it. We want to provide support and education to those affected by mental illness. Mental health affects our well-being and many people struggle daily. It not only impacts our emotional being, but also our physical and mental states as well.
Millions of Americans, young and old, experience some form of mental illness.
Awareness needs to be raised in an effort to put an end to this stigma and to advocate for treatment and recovery.
Remember . . . you are not alone.
Here are some helpful mental health crisis resources:
National Suicide Prevention Lifeline - 1-800-273-8255 (TALK)
National Alliance of Mental Health Illness Help Line - 1-800-950-6264 or
Mental Health America - Call or text 988
Youth Crisis Mobile Response - 833-885-2273 (CARE)
Mental Health First Aid - 405-248-9273
Tannehill Public Schools
Guidelines & Expectations for Daycare
2022*2023 school Year
We will offer morning daycare from 7:00 - 7:30am on a limited basis. You will need to call the office prior to the beginning of school and reserve your child's spot so we may practice proper social distancing.
Student's will be temperature checked before they will be allowed to be dropped off and enter the building.
After School Daycare will be from 3:30-5:30PM.
We ask that you only use Before/After School Daycare if you do not have another means, to try and prevent overcrowding.
All previous Daycare bills will have to be paid before being allowed to start daycare this year.