Welcome to Taylor Intermediate

Welcome to the online home of the Lobo Pups! Taylor Intermediate School, a place where you can “come be a part of the pack,” is one of six schools in Snowflake School District #5. We serve over 250 fourth through sixth grade students in the community of Taylor, along the banks of Silver Creek in Navajo County in eastern Arizona.

Please take a few minutes to browse through our website and learn more about who we are and what we can offer your child. Don’t forget to check out our Events page to stay informed about all that’s happening at Taylor, and be sure to contact us if we can answer any questions for you.

A Message from Our Principal

Dear Parent and Guardians,

It seems like this has already been a long year and we haven’t even started yet. I am so looking forward to having everyone back at school in person. I have missed the students and staff and their laughter in our hallways. Two years ago when our school theme was Be the reason somebody smiles today! I had no idea how important this statement would become to me.

I am so appreciative of our parents at TI. They are always so willing to step up and help us do what is best for children. I know the idea of masks and face shields is like something out of a science fiction movie. Let’s make this a fun thing and remember that educating children is the number one priority of all staff at TI and the Snowflake District. Let’s join together and move forward. Students and teachers alike will have times during the day to shed the face coverings and enjoy school.

Due to the new CDC guidelines we will not be having assemblies or field trips until further notice. At this time we will not have parent volunteers in our classroom or an open back to school night. We will ask parents will to wear a mask when they come into the front office. Thank you so much for your support and understanding.

As of today we are planning on opening in person school on Monday, August 17, 2020. The new theme is Welcome to the Jungle! (where things can change every minute). 

Thank you, 

Debbie Muder

Principal