UPPER SCHOOL NEWS
“Training Scholars, Making Disciples, Graduating Leaders.”
September 13, 2019
Hello TPCS Families!
High School News:
Friday evening we had our Ribbon Cutting Ceremonies at the high school. It was a powerful night, bringing families, students and faculty together to celebrate God working through our school. On Wednesday, our first e-Learning Day was a success! Teachers were able to conference with several parents while students completed their at-home assignments.
Looking ahead, Monday is the start of Homecoming Week! Student Council has planned a full week of spirit days and activities. We would love to have 100% student participation!
Again, please help encourage your child to keep up with grades and homework. We have about four weeks until Fall Break and we don’t want to lose momentum. Academic Support reports will be created each Friday. Your student will be informed if they have to attend. Academic Support is for students whose semester grade is lower than a 2.0 or if they have an F in any class. Academic Support is held during flex Monday and Wednesday.
Throughout the month of September, we have colleges coming during Flex to meet with students and answer questions.
Junior High News:
We really appreciated all of the parents that met the teachers for conferences and value our partnership with the TPCS families. If parents still need to meet with any of our teachers then please email the teachers and set up a time to meet.
Our junior high student council met and made some great plans for special dress up days to celebrate the HS homecoming. We will also have a special Tailgating Event in the Academy gym on Friday, September 20 (3:30-6:00pm). The students will play volleyball, basketball, etc. and be provided dinner prior to walking over to the HS homecoming football game at 6:00pm. Cost is $7. Remember, they get into the HS football game for free.
Our 8th Grade students will be travelling to the East Coast for the American Heritage trip on March 21-26. The initial deposit is due Saturday, September 21 (NEXT SATURDAY). Please look at the link below for all of the information about the trip. We want every 8th grade student to attend this trip. We will let parents know within the next two weeks when they can register, but please register your child for this trip right away.
8th Grade American Heritage Trip Information - From Shane Schaffer
We had a great meeting last week to discuss the upcoming 2020 8th Grade Heritage Trip. See below for the handouts from the meeting. Please know that we want ALL of our 8th grade students to attend the trip. Please read over the information and note the initial 10% deposit that is due by September 21 in order to secure your child's seat on the bus. Also, please fill out and return the Chaperone Application by Monday, September 16 if you wish to be a chaperone on the trip. You may turn in the hard copy or send it electronically. Please let me know if you have any questions (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Junior High Outdoor Education Class with Mr. Jackson!
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HS Project Lead the Way students are engaged and learning!
SAFE SITTER CLASS INFORMATION
Designed to prepare students in grades 6-8 to be safe when they’re home alone, watching younger siblings, or babysitting. The Instructor-led class is filled with fun games and role-playing exercises. Students even get to use manikins to practice rescue skills like choking rescue and CPR!
Register for a 1-day class! Choose from:
September 7, 2019 · October 5, 2019
November 2, 2019 · December 7, 2019
9:00 am - 3:30 pm
- Carmel Fire Department Headquarters 2 Civic Square • Carmel, IN 46032
- Class fee is $60. Students should bring a sack lunch.
- Pre-registration is required at least one week in advance. To register, call 317.571.4245 or email email@example.com. Register early as classes fill quickly!
Junior High Project Lead the Way in action!
NEWS FOR TPCS UPPER SCHOOL PTF!
YOU ARE INVITED!!!
All Upper School families in grades 7th -12th are invited to join us for the Fall Harvest Festival.
When: Sat. Sept 28th from 6-9 pm.
Enjoy all that fall has to offer with hayrides, kettle corn, warm donuts and hot cider. Activities will include corn hole, ax throwing, and much more! Food trucks will be onsite as well. More information will be shared in the coming weeks but save the date now because you won't want to miss this memorable evening of fun.
KNIGHTS FAMILIES - Facebook Group Page Just For You!
Stay in the know, post questions and interact with fellow Knights parents by joining our TPCHS Knights Classes of 2020 - 2023 facebook group page.
Click the link below and request to join!
PLEASE COME OUT AND SUPPORT OUR ATHLETICS!
Knights Football – Sep 13 – Away vs Park Tudor – 7:00 pm
Knights Football – Sep 20 – Home vs Frontier Jr-Sr – 7:00 pm – Homecoming Night
Knights Soccer- Sep 21 – Away vs Providence Cristo Rey – 11:00 am
Knights Soccer – Sep 23 – Away vs Herron – 5:30 pm
Knights Volleyball – Sep 17 – Home vs Northwest Warriors – 6:00 pm
Knights Volleyball – Sep 21 – Away Tournament at Indianapolis Crispus Attucks – 10:00 am
Knights Volleyball – Sep 23 – Home vs Lighthouse Charter – 5:30 pm
Eagles Football – Sep 17 – Home vs Heritage Christian – 6:00pm
Eagles Soccer – Sep 16 – Home vs North Putnam Middle – 6:15 pm- Home games at ZYSA
Eagles Soccer – Sep 18 – Home vs Oaks Academy – 5:00 pm – Home games at ZYSA
Eagles Soccer – Sep 19 – Home vs TBA – 5:30 pm – Home games at ZYSA
Eagles Volleyball – Sep 17 – Away vs NW Storm – 5:00 pm
Eagles Volleyball – Sep 18 – Away vs Sycamore – 5:45 pm
Eagles Volleyball – Sep 19 – Away vs Oaks Academy – 6:00 pm
Eagles Volleyball – Sep 23 – Away vs Kingsway – 6:00pm