TCS News to Know
For the Week of October 3, 2022
Count Day is on Wednesday, October 5. It is very important that all students are in attendance on this day and at school on time. This is the day on which the State of Michigan will determine how many total students are in our district to calculate the funding that our district will receive. We appreciate all parents' support in ensuring that all students are in school on this day.
Parent-Teacher Conferences are also this week! We hope to see all parents/guardians come and meet with teachers to learn more about what is happening in your student's classroom and how to best support your child in their academic progress. Elementary teachers have prescheduled conferences with families. If you are unable to make your scheduled time, please be sure to connect with your child's teacher to try to reschedule. High school and middle school conferences will be held in a drop-in format. All of the teachers will be available in their classrooms. Families are encouraged to walk around and connect with all teachers! Conferences will be held Wednesday, October 5th and Thursday, October 6th. On both evenings, conferences will be between 4:30 pm and 7 pm. Don't forget, that Friday will also be a half day, with all students dismissed at 11:30 am!
Community Tailgate and Parents' Night a Success!!
Elementary Students Practice a Growth Mindset!
October is Michigan College Month!
October 1st is also when the FAFSA, or Free Application for Federal Student Aid, opened. Students and parents can go in at any time and begin the application, but Tekonsha Schools will also be offering a special Senior Night on October 25 at 6 pm. An optional FAFSA workshop time will be offered at the end of this meeting for those that would like assistance in completing the application.
Best Wishes to Mr. Green!
A substitute will be in the classroom for the rest of the week, and Tekonsha Schools is already actively searching for a certified replacement.
Athletic Booster Poinsettia Sale
Fall Festival is Coming Back!
Congratulations to the RESPONSIBLE Indians of the Week for the week of September 26-29. This week students are working on being safe!