On Tuesday, Nov. 6 residents of the Tecumseh Public Schools district will see a Non-Homestead Operating Millage renewal on the ballot. The levy does not affect a homeowner’s primary residence and does not appear on their property tax invoices. Please review this important information before Election Day.
There has been a lot of talk about Positive Behavior Interventions and Supports (PBIS) at Tecumseh Public Schools this year, but what exactly does that mean? PBIS is a framework for schools to determine how they want to teach social skills, establish expectations in all areas, prevent problematic behavior and reinforce new skills.
TPS has taken next steps in developing a focus on the “whole learner” which includes developing socially and emotionally strong facilitators, learners and educational environments. Understanding how our experiences, including stressful situations, trauma and mental illness impact brain development and behavior provides better direction for educators as they work to grow all learners personally, socially and academically.
Tecumseh North Early Learning Center learners are collecting new socks in all sizes, colors and varieties to help keep area residents warm this winter. Donations may be delivered to the main office. The SOCKTOBER project runs through October 31. The socks will be distributed to local shelters and agencies.
Tecumseh High School will host a groundbreaking ceremony for the next phase of construction of its Sculpture Garden on Friday, Oct. 19 at 3 p.m.
Tecumseh Public Schools learners, parents and community members are invited to attend a free Cyber Safety Seminar at 5:30 p.m. on Wednesday, Nov. 7 in the Tecumseh High School Media Center.
October is National Bullying Prevention Awareness Month and Tecumseh Public Schools is committed to creating a school culture where learners, staff and visitors are accepted and treated with respect.
Six learners and three facilitators from Tecumseh West STEAM Center traveled to Ford Field in Detroit for the 2018 Fuel Up to Play 60 Rally for School Health Event. They learned new ideas for incorporating healthy new recipes into school meal programs and boosting physical activity during the school day.
Tecumseh City Council and Tecumseh Public Schools board met in a joint meeting on Monday, Oct. 15 to discuss adding a School Resource Officer full-time at the district.