TCS News to Know

For the Week of September 19, 2022

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Dear Families

We had a wonderful Homecoming Week that culminated in a strong win by the Tekonsha Indians over the Litchfield Terriers and the crowning of 2022 Homecoming King Derek Booker and Queen Taylor Sayles. It was a great night to be an Indian!!!


Please take note that next week, on Friday, September 30, there will be no school for students. It is a teacher professional development day. Also, our fall Parent-Teacher Conferences are just around the corner, on Wednesday, October 5 and Thursday, October 6 from 4:30 pm - 7 pm.


Parents will receive a progress report of students' grades at conferences, but don't wait until then to see if your child is on track! Be sure to log in to the parent portal of Skyward and check your child's grades and attendance. Addressing concerns early will help with success as the year progresses!

Congratulations to 2022 Tekonsha High School Homecoming King Derek Booker and Queen Taylor Sayles

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Homecoming Week Fun!

Students had fun all week participating in dress up days, float building, and a spirit assembly. Check out the pictures below from the week of activities!
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We Need Your Pictures!

Throughout the year, as you are taking pictures of student events at Tekonsha High School and Middle School, we would love to have you share some of your best pictures so that we can use them in the 2022-23 yearbook, on our website, and on social media! Candid shots that feature a variety of students and activities will help our students as they create the book throughout the year! To make it easy to share your photos, please click on the link below to upload images! By uploading and submitting any photos, you give permission for all images to be used for promotional purposes.
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Parent Education Program

A special parent and community presentation is being offered this week at Homer Community Schools, and all parents and community members from Tekonsha are invited to attend. Dr. Stephanie Grant, a renowned child psychologist and expert on understanding the impact of trauma on children, will be giving a FREE presentation on brain-based strategies to help children regulate their reactions when they are stressed out or emotional. These tips will work for children or all ages! A free dinner will be available to anyone in attendance beginning at 6 pm, with the presentation beginning at 6:30 pm. The event will be held in the Homer High School cafeteria.
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Student Congrats

Congratulations to the KIND Indians of the Week for the week of September 12 - 16.

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Wyatt Blashfield Earns QB Honors

The Coldwater Daily Reporter recognized Tekonsha's own senior quarterback/linebacker Wyatt Blashfield as its Male Athlete of the Week. Sports writer Troy Tennyson wrote, "For the season Blashfield has carried the ball 61 times for 659 yards with seven touchdowns while also passing for 353 yards and three scores as the senior playmaker makes his case for All State honors."


Wyatt was also voted as the Best of Battle Creek among area high school quarterbacks in the Battle Creek Enquirer online reader poll! Congratulations, Wyatt!

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Menus for the Month

Breakfast and lunch menus for both the elementary and the MS/HS are now available on the website! Click on the links below to access these.

COVID Reminders

Please be sure to notify the school if your student has tested positive for COVID-19. We are still required to report all positive cases to the Calhoun County Public Health Department. All positive cases are still required to isolate at home for the first five days after the onset of symptoms. Beginning on day 6, if symptoms are improving the student can return to school but must wear a mask through day 10.


Schools are not required to do contract tracing for the 2022-23 school year. We will do a notification on our website that will stay posted for 24 hours if there is a positive school-associated case in either building.

Your Feedback Matters

Each week, there will be a link for a "Comment Box" for questions or concerns. We welcome all parents, guardians, and community members to reach out to us with questions or concerns. Often, we don't realize that something is a problem to fix until someone shares their concerns with us. To help ensure that all issues are treated respectfully and with appropriate confidentiality, we appreciate your use of this resource and not social media. Please know that concerns submitted without a follow up name and contact method will be reviewed, but it is possible that the person submitting the concern may not always be aware of the resolution.