TIMA currently has limited availabilty in the 4th and 5th grades! Fill out an application here!
End of the Year Activities:
Monday, May 18:
Dress Down Day: Students may dress out of uniform and are asked to bring a handwritten note for a nursing home resident.
Tuesday, May 19:
Dress Down Day: Students are asked to bring a donation of cat food for the Feral Cat Food Project.
5th Grade Class Trip: The 5th Grade will depart for their class trip to Charleston.
Wednesday, May 20:
Maritime Day: Students in grades K-5 will spend the morning visiting various maritime related stations to learn about the maritime industry in our area. The afternoon will consist of a water safety demonstration by the Tybee Ocean Rescue Lifeguards, beach time, and a water extravaganza at the end of the day. More information will come soon from your child’s teacher.
Beach-Wear Dress Down Day: This Dress Down Day will benefit our very own 2nd grader, Parker Morris. Parker suffers from a multitude of serious health conditions and is now being referred to the Mayo Clinic in Minnesota. Donations will go to help aid the Morris Family with travel and other related expenses.
Thursday, May 21:
Dress Down Day: Students are asked to bring toilet paper or paper towels for the Rising Tide Food Pantry.
Friday, May 22: Last Day of School!
End of the Year Assembly:
The End of the Year/3rd Trimester Honors Awards Assembly will be held at 10:00am in the Gym. We will recognize grades Kindergarten-2nd grade at 10:00am and grades 3rd-5th at 10:45am. We will be recognizing students with Perfect Attendance, Honor Roll and High Honor Roll. All are invited to attend!
Immediately following the Assembly, there will be a 5th Grade "Goodbye!" Parade.
*We ask that all students come dressed in their school uniform on the last day of school.
Tybee Island Maritime Academy (TIMA) creates a supportive, highly involved learning community, which promotes the highest academic achievement through a maritime, career focused, project-based curriculum centered on the natural and historical context of Tybee Island and the surrounding Savannah area.
TIMA guides students in the development of character and academic potential through a rigorous, content-rich, hands-on project-based curriculum. TIMA includes character-enrichment combined with a focus on skill development leading to successful career opportunities.
TIMA is founded on the belief that education is a means by which each individual has the opportunity to reach his or her fullest potential. TIMA is the first and only elementary school in the state of Georgia with an educational program focused on career choices with emphasis on maritime education integrated with the Common Core Georgia Performance Standards (CCGPS).