We are looking to hire Food Service workers here at Tecumseh Public Schools. Interested? If so, head over to https://careers.aramark.com/ Go up to the top right corner to 'Search Jobs' and plug-in the keyword 'TECUMSEH' for more information.
It's field trip day for summer school students! Students and staff took a short walk across the street this morning to the Tecumseh Center for the Arts for a showing of the animated film, The Bad Guys. 🎥🎞️ Right now, the popcorn is flowin' and the students are having a grain time! 🍿🍿🍿
The 2022-2023 school calendar for Tecumseh Public Schools is now available! Here are some highlights: • August 29 – First day of school for grades 1st-12th • September 2 & 5 – No School (Labor Day Weekend) • November 22-24 – No School (Thanksgiving Break) • December 19-23/26-30 – No School (Christmas Break) • March 27-31 – (Spring Break) • June 8 – Last day of school
Students at Tecumseh Acres ELC have been digging and learning this spring/summer. The garden is full of vegetables, which were planted by our students and staff. The garden isn’t just around to grow veggies, it’s a learning tool for our students.
Happy Fourth of July! 🎆 🎇 🧨 ✨
Hey! We're looking to hire an Instructional Assistant for Tecumseh High School. Primary responsibility is to assist students with special needs to be as successful as possible, assist classroom teacher in creating classroom materials, all other duties consistent with the scope of the job as assigned by the building principal, etc. Besides the IA position, we still have several openings we're looking to fill before the new school year. FOR MORE INFORMATION : https://www.tps.k12.mi.us/page/human-resources
Students at Tecumseh Middle School and Tecumseh High School, are you interested in becoming a teacher? Coming up in August, 7th-12th grade students who are interested in teaching are encouraged to go on a tour of Siena Heights University and Adrian College. During these visits, students will be able to meet and talk to current education students. Transportation and lunch will be provided! Registration ⬇ https://bit.ly/3yoOl5t If you have any questions, please reach out to Mary Tommelein at email@example.com 📅: Wednesday, August 3 ⌚: 8:30am-3:30pm 📍: Tecumseh Middle School (departing from) 🏫: Siena Heights University & Adrian College
During summer school this week, 4th, 5th and 6th grade students learned about the spiny softshell turtle. The turtle can be found in the River Raisin watershed. The students took what they learned and created their own turtle from clay! The spiny softshell turtle is one of the largest freshwater turtle species in North America. The turtle has a flat, leathery shell with very flexible edges. It somewhat resembles a pancake.
NEW STORY 👇 In just a few short weeks, pandemic-era federal waivers that made school breakfasts and lunches universally free for students will expire. Without an extension by Congress, the federal waivers will expire on June 30, 2022. Read the update here: https://www.tps.k12.mi.us/article/766390
This summer, stay informed with Tecumseh Public Schools. You can find updates from the District on our social media platforms, including Facebook, Twitter and Instagram. Our TPS app is a website in your pocket. It's easy, quick access to our website. It's also where you can find everything Tecumseh Public Schools. Receive alerts from the app when new stories are available or important updates have been made. To see the full website on the app, it's simple. Just click 'Menu' and then click 'Full Website.' It's everything TPS, in your pocket. Download the app! Google Play: 👉 https://bit.ly/3oPn4BI Apple App Store: 👉 https://apple.co/2LU0Obu
The first day of summer school at Tecumseh Middle School is in the books! Over the next six weeks, students taking part in the Summer Enrichment 2022 program will attend several classes, including Math, English Language Arts, STEM and Physical Education. There’s also field trips on Wednesdays!
Need a quick read? The final 'The Tecumseh News' district newsletter of the school year is now available! Inside this issue: • Celebration! Class of 2022 Graduates • TPS Says Goodbye to Four Retirees • THS Students Honors Biggest Fan • THS Teacher Named Best Teacher View/Download: https://5il.co/1bvl8 TPS Newsletter: https://www.tps.k12.mi.us/page/tps-newsletter
Our Tecumseh Middle School Builders Club members are leaders in every sense of the word. The Builders Club is an organization at TMS and is student-run.
After a delay, the 2020-2021 yearbooks for Tecumseh High School have finally arrived. Students/Families: If you haven't paid and would like one, they're $45. We will accept cash or check. Please make the check out to Tecumseh High School. We are staffed at the high school. You can pick up the yearbook from 9am-2pm at the front office. If you can, please reach out to us first before arriving at THS. If you have any questions, please contact: 👩: Jean Entrup 📧: firstname.lastname@example.org The 2021-2022 high school yearbooks are scheduled to arrive in the Fall of 2022.
Well, that’s it for the 2021-2022 school year! Have a great summer. We’ll see you in late August!
Not that you need a reminder, but the last day of school is TOMORROW! Tomorrow is only a half-day for students. Each building's schedule is below: 🏫: Sutton Early Learning Center ⌚: 11:40am 🏫: Tecumseh Acres Early Learning Center ⌚: 11:45am 🏫: Herrick Park Intermediate Learning Center ⌚: 11:55am 🏫: Patterson Intermediate Learning Center ⌚: 11:55am 🏫: Tecumseh Middle School ⌚: 10:50am 🏫: Tecumseh High School ⌚: 11:00am
Tonight, we're hosting another public forum over the most recent bond proposal. This will be a virtual meeting. We will also livestream the meeting right here on our Facebook page. You can ask questions on our Facebook page, but that will limit the conversation between you and us. We strongly recommend you join the Zoom meeting. 📅: Tuesday, May 31 ⌚: 6pm 🖥️: Zoom (https://us02web.zoom.us/s/88119542186) PRESS RELEASE: https://5il.co/1azxu
This Memorial Day, we remember and honor all those who have died in service to the United States during peace and war. Memorial Day was originally called Decoration Day. It began during the Civil War when citizens placed flowers on the graves of those who had been killed in battle. After World War I, it came to be observed in honor of those who had died in all U.S. wars, and its name changed to Memorial Day. Memorial Day is observed with the laying of a wreath at the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier in Arlington National Cemetery in Arlington, Virginia, and by religious services, parades, and speeches nationwide. #MemorialDay #rememberandhonor
CONGRATULATIONS, SENIORS! Enjoy your last day! We couldn't be more proud of the class of 2022. Tecumseh Public Schools wishes you nothing but the best as your enter the next phase of your life.
Let's have a conversation tonight about the most recent bond proposal. We're hosting a public forum with the goal of talking to the community about what was on this recent proposal, what the community did and didn't like, and where we're going if a new bond isn't passed. This is an open mic type event. Please considering attending tonight or next week during our virtual public forum. 🏫: Tecumseh High School - Media Center 📍: 760 Brown Street 📅: Tonight, May 26 ⌚: 7pm PRESS RELEASE: https://5il.co/1azxu