On Monday, the Board of Education approved a new boiler for the Tecumseh Community Pool. Several days later, it's already here! As most of you are aware, the outgoing boiler has pretty much reached the end of its life. We bid it farewell. This project is getting underway, and the whole process will take a month or less to complete. Pool operations should not be affected by the project. We think pool director Sarah Eubanks is pretty happy!
Canceled sporting events for Thursday, January 26: • Boys Freshman and JV Basketball (v. Ypsilanti) • Middle School Wrestling (v. Tri Meet) • Boys Varsity Swimming (v. Ypsilanti, rescheduled Feb. 8th) Still on: • Varsity Bowling • Varsity Wrestling at Chelsea • Cheer at Pinckney Practices will begin after 1pm. Coaches will reach out to the team. Also, tonight's scheduled British Isles Trip meeting has been rescheduled to February 2 at 6pm. That meeting is at Tecumseh High School, room C103.
It's another snow day! There will be NO SCHOOL for Tecumseh Public Schools on Thursday, January 26th. Updates on sporting events and other activities will come at a later time. Thank you!
There will be NO SCHOOL for Tecumseh Public Schools on Wednesday, January 25th, because of the expected winter weather. All sporting events and activities for the District are CANCELED on Wednesday. Enjoy the day off and stay safe!
Students at Tecumseh High School have entered virtual reality! A Lenawee Intermediate School District representative stopped by with the virtual reality headsets for the students to try out. This was during Mr. Bullinger's Algebra II class. They had a chance to take part in a flight simulator game.
Add another accolade for a teacher here at Tecumseh Public Schools. Tecumseh High School teacher Will Ramsell has been named the LenConnect Amazing Teacher of the Month for December here in Lenawee County! Mr. Ramsell, who teaches Calculus and Pre-Calculus, was nominated by a parent for the award. His story will be featured in The Daily Telegram - Adrian, Mich. in the coming weeks. With his nomination, Mr. Ramsell will be eligible to win a $5,000 prize and also be eligible for the National Teacher of the Year Award. That includes a $10,000 national prize! We'll keep everyone updated. Congratulations to Mr. Ramsell!
There are plenty of local scholarship opportunities available. Did you know you can find them on our Tecumseh High School website? So far, all but two scholarship deadlines have passed. We're adding new opportunities weekly. Interested in applying? Click the link below for more details. SCHOLARSHIPS: https://www.tps.k12.mi.us/o/ths/page/fafsa1
Right now, Leadership students from Tecumseh High School are doing their part to maybe ease the awkwardness and anxiety for our youngest Tecumseh Middle School students. They're creating Puberty Kits for 5th graders. These types of kits usually consist of things like deodorant, body wash, and other products. If you're interested in helping out, the Leadership class has created an Amazon Wish List. We're looking to collect items by February 10th. Thanks! Amazon Wish List ⤵️ https://www.amazon.com/hz/wishlist/ls/1RFO3Q36MK19Y?ref_=wl_share
Students from Siena Heights University and Adrian College popped in for a visit yesterday at Tecumseh Middle School. The college students are soon-to-be teachers and worked with the TMS Educators Rising Club on a project. Our students created poster-size bulletin boards focused on a children’s story. The group works with our middle schoolers on the best skills and strategies to read aloud a book to young students. Teacher and advisor Jennifer Gentry led the way, guiding students on questions and other details.
TPS Families and Staff: Tecumseh Public Schools will operate on a 2-hour delay today, January 17. Thank you!
There will be NO SCHOOL for Tecumseh Public Schools on Monday, January 16th, in observance of Martin Luther King Jr. Day. School resumes on Tuesday, January 17th.
Art students this week have been working on artist maquettes. This project is part of Christine Obeid’s Art and Design class at Tecumseh High School. A maquette is a model for a larger piece of sculpture, created to visualize how it might look and to work out approaches and materials for how it might be made. Students have been creating miniatures in honor of famous artists, including Vincent van Gogh, Marc Chagall, Rembrandt, and Leonardo da Vinci. They’re working together to create these pieces and are showing their creativity in their work.
Congratulations to Amanda Spohn! Ms. Spohn has been nominated for the MiSTEM Educator of the Year Award! This is for Region 2. She is a teacher at Tecumseh Acres Early Learning Center. The winner of this award will receive a $1,000 grant to be used to advance STEM activities and engagement in their classroom. Ms. Spohn is a STEM teacher, meaning she teaches science, technology, engineering, and mathematics. Her classes promote active learning and successfully encourages students to think imaginatively, critically, and independently. The winner will be announced in the coming weeks. Congratulations, Ms. Spohn!
The newest 'Tecumseh News' is now available. Inside the January 2023 issue: •New Board of Education members are sworn in •THS hosts mental health expo •Students from TMS dominate robotics competition •Kiwanis Club winners FOR DOWNLOAD ➡ https://5il.co/1n15t
Right now, an Equations Tournament is happening at Tecumseh High School. Our THS students are competing against students from Sand Creek Community Schools. The game uses cubes consisting of numbers as well as operations. Students set a goal and then must use the cubes to write equations with the goal. This is a fantastic way to improve their math skills and use strategy to win the game.
Congratulations to our new board members and two of our returning board members. The members were sworn in just a few minutes ago. Joshua Mattison - 4-year term Dr. Jacob Martinez - 4-year term Mary Tommelein - 2-year partial term Lynne Davis - 2-year partial term
In the coming weeks, TPS parents will have an opportunity to talk about building resilience and emotional muscles to prepare children for adulthood. This Zoom session is with Allison Edwards. Ms. Edwards is a child psychotherapist, speaker, and creator and owner of All The Feels Company. She created the company to teach children brain-based strategies to manage emotions. This session is free and open to all TPS parents. If you're interested, please fill out the Google form (link below). Thank you to Community Learning Connections of the Tecumseh Area for sponsoring this event! RSVP ➡️ https://bit.ly/3QeOYpi 📅: Tuesday, January 24 ⌚: 7 pm 🌐: Zoom To learn more about Allison Edwards ⤵️ https://allisonjedwards.com/
Tecumseh Public Schools will be operating on a 2-hour delay for Wednesday, January 4th, due to fog.
There’s been an overwhelming amount of support for Tecumseh Middle School student Vann Burpee and his family. If you remember, Vann was diagnosed with a malignant non-operable brain tumor. He’s already gone through several surgeries and is currently undergoing chemotherapy and radiation treatments. If you would like to support Vann and his family, the ‘Victory for Vann’ t-shirt fundraiser is still going. All proceeds from the fundraiser will go to the Burpee family in support of Vann’s treatment. Thank you! 'Victory for Vann' ➡️➡️ https://bit.ly/3vxazQk
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