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...one of the reasons we were awarded Honors Council!

  
In an effort to improve system practices, Mobile County Board of Education is conducting a Parent Survey.  We value your...

  
Student Council officers attended the 2015 Leadership Council at USA last month. We enjoyed networking with other schools. There...

  
In connection with our school wide monthly theme, character traits, Tanner Williams Elementary first graders learn about kindness,...
Random Acts of Kindness

  
Tanner Williams students enjoyed this great project!

  
Our own Emily Manning wins this award!

  
Our 2014-15 Student Council year begins with Officer Elections

  
MOBILE, Alabama -- Twenty-five schools and nonprofit organizations across the state will receive conservation education...
Congratulations, Mrs. Manning and TWE!

  
To view our menus, click on the toolbar above, look under News and Events, then click Forms. When the page opens, select the...

  
Second graders explore our solar system by researching using books and the Internet, then students create a multimedia presentation...

  
Tanner Williams remembers Brady Hoffman

  
Congratulations, Kayleigh Smith for winning a Red Ribbon Leadership award. Kayleigh Smith, a fifth-grader at Tanner Williams...

  
Tanner Williams students will join the challenge to top the record for the most Accelerated Reader Quizzes taken in one day. The...

  
Congrats Mrs. Howell our Teacher of the Year

  
Congratulations, Nathan Wallace for winning Tanner Williams Elementary's annual spelling bee. Nathan is a third grade student...

  
Kayleigh Smith takes on an important cause
Kayleigh Smith, center

  
Here we are, Rudolph!

  
and Presents Third Graders with a Free Dictionary

  
Gobble, Gobble, Gobble

  
Let's Explore

  

  
First grade students learn about our state. Students utilize print and electronic sources to gather information. As a result...

  
Kindergarten students learn about how pumpkins grow. Students used yellow and red paint to mix to make orange. Then, students...

  
Yes! The votes are in!
2013-14 Student Council Officers

  
Wow! 5th grade students!

  
Read for the Record 2013

  
Kindergarten students are reading different versions of the Gingerbread Man in class. Then, they follow clues left by the Gingerbread...

  
Tanner Williams teachers and staff meet together to discuss and interact with Common Core Standards. Teachers read, restate,...

  
Champions for the environment !

  
Our first graders went on a field trip to Middleton Farms! They learned all about dairy farms.  The students had the opportunity...

  
This project made headlines!

  
A Holiday Tradition

  
Third grade students put their weather skills to the test with a visit from WKRG's Chief Meterologist, Mr. Alan Sealls. Students...

  
Fifth grade students learn from guest speakers from the Alabama Extension Office. Check out our photos.

  
Third grade students put their skills to the test as they use a cupcake, colored icing, butterscotch topping, and a cherry to...

  
Take a look at the wonderful students at Tanner Williams who were selected as Character Kids for the month of October.

  
Our school is using monthly themes to incorporate informational texts, art, music, and more! October's theme is life-cycles....

  
According to Jumpstart's website: Jumpstart’s premiere national campaign,Read for the Record,mobilizes millions of children...

  
Our students are in the MOOOD for dairy.

  
Kindergarten through second grade teamed up to explore apples and the life of John Chapman. During this event, parent volunteers,...

  
Ask any of our students and they will tell you why!

  
Did all Native Americans live in tee-pees? Fifth grade is researching to find out. What else will they learn?
Electronic Research

  
Thank you Tanner Williams faculty, staff, students, and community members for a successful Grandparents Day and book fair week...
Our Partners in Education, TW United Methodist Church

  
Learning with shaving cream and food coloring? Yes, we are!

  
An Egg-cellent Adventure
Virtual Trip to an Egg Farm