Tallapoosa County Schools


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School Starts August 7, 2017




The Tallapoosa County  Board  of Education  meets  the  2nd  Monday of  each  month  at  5:00  PM.

 What is Meningococcal Disease
Flu Vaccine Information




Open House Dates

Dadeville Elementary- August 3rd- 5:30 PM to 6:30 PM

Dadeville High School- August 3rd- 2 PM- 7:30 PM

Horseshoe Bend School-

Seniors 1:00-2:00 PM

Juniors 2:00-3:00 PM

Sophomores 3:00-4:00 PM

Freshman 4:00-5:00 PM

Eighth Grade 5:00-6:00 PM

Seventh Grade 6:00-7:00 PM

(Parent Meeting @ 6:00 PM in the library)

Elementary- August 3rd

Grades K, 2, 4, & 6- 5:30 PM-6:15 PM

Grades 1, 3, & 5- 6:30-7:15 PM

HBS 6th grade Orientation  for Parents & Students will be Aug. 3 at 5:45

Reeltown Elementary- August 3rd-

School Supply Drop-Off at Classrooms 5:30 PM

Meet & Greet in RES Auditorium at 6 PM

Reeltown High School- August 3rd- 2 PM-6 PM







Welcome to the official website of Tallapoosa County Schools.  This site, much like our students and education in general, is a work in progress. 


We hope to use it to offer another means of communication between the school system and our parents, students, and the communities we serve.


You share in the successes of this system.  We welcome your feedback.  An easy way to offer that is through the Contact tab at the top of the page.


Come along with us on this important journey as we strive to do our very best for the students you entrust to us each day.  We promise we will work hard every day to offer them the very best we have.





Children First... every day!



Our Vision  
Our Mission

To be a school      system worthy

of our children

To ensure every student in the Tallapoosa County School system graduates prepared for success in College, Career, and Citizenship.



Superintendent's Contract With The Residents of Tallapoosa County


As Superintendent of Education, I pledge to the people of Tallapoosa County to do the following:

  • Be fair and consistent in leadership and decision-making.
  • Get our limited fiscal resources aligned with our priorities and make the difficult decisions that have the greatest impact on student learning.
  • Create a working relationship with the Board of Education based on TRUST and the PURPOSE for our school system.
  • Up-grade our facilities.
  • Create a VISION for our school system that involves a partnership among schools, parents, community and business that will prepare our students to be competitive for higher education and the Tallapoosa County workforce of the future.

Joseph C. Windle

March 2012


Tallapoosa County Home  to a....

Leader In Me Light House School at Dadeville Elementary 2016


National Life Changer of the Year Award Winner 2016 at Horseshoe Bend School