The first day of school is quickly approaching and we still have job openings we're looking to fill. There are several teaching positions open, openings at Tecumseh Community Pool, bus driver positions available and more. Current openings: https://www.tps.k12.mi.us/page/human-resources Bus Driver openings: https://firstgroupcareers.com/
TPS FAMILIES: Check out the quick tidbits graphic. There's some information about our Return to School Update plan. The first day of school for TPS is Monday, August 30th. These procedures you see on the graphic are in place right now for the upcoming school year. That's not all. We have much more information on what to expect at the start of the school year. This information includes questions about COVID-19 vaccine requirements, social distancing practices, quarantining students and more. Check out our full 'TPS Return to School Update' plan: https://5il.co/vqfw
LAST DAY OF SCHOOL!!! Have a great summer! We’ll see you next year!
FIELD DAY AT NORTH ELC! Students at the early learning center spending the day outside and being active. Staff and students took the day to just unwind and have some fun together as we near the end of the school year.
We’re thrilled to announce Tecumseh Public Schools’ new app! Access documents, events, news updates, even emergency notifications. Download the app on Android: https://bit.ly/3oPn4BI or iPhone: https://apple.co/2LU0Obu.
On Tuesday, May 4, we're asking for your support. Voters will have the opportunity to renew the Recreational Millage. The .2488 millage provides funding for Tecumseh Community Pool. Please vote on May 4. Thank you for your support!
DON'T FORGET Friday, March 19th - Half-day for ALL students, Y5, Kindergarten-12th (early dismissal)
Shoutout to The Petite Fleet and Meemic Insurance for hooking up our staff at Tecumseh North Early Learning Center with some coffee and caffeine this morning! We appreciate The Petite Fleet for showing our staff some love. In navigating through the pandemic, it's been a tough year for our teachers and staff, but this nice gesture can go a long way.
Second graders at North Early Learning Center have combined rhythm, form and writing melodies with their ukuleles.
THIS WEEK Wednesday, February 24 – • Conferences for Kindergarten-4th Grade (conferences are from 5pm-8pm) Thursday, February 25 – • Half-day for K-4 students only • Conferences for Kindergarten-4th Grade (conferences are from 1pm-3pm & 5pm-8pm) Friday, February 26 – • Virtual day for ALL STUDENTS
Hat days at North Early Learning Center start this week! Once a month, for the rest of the school year, students at North ELC can wear a hat at school. But there’s a catch. For a donation, your child can wear a hat all day. These donations are going to a great cause. The money raised will go to Tecumseh North families who are battling cancer. The first Hat Day is this Wednesday, February 24th. All donations for North ELC should be made through the MySchoolBucks system. MySchoolBucks info ➡ https://bit.ly/37CWvJI
REMINDER Friday, February 19th - Half-day for ALL students, Y5, Kindergarten-12th (early dismissal)
DON'T FORGET Food pickup is today from 10:30am-12:30pm at Tecumseh High School. The normal schedule will resume next Tuesday.
DON'T FORGET! There's no school for ALL students on Monday, February 15th because of Presidents' Day. School resumes on Tuesday, February 16th.
Students at North Early Learning Center are celebrating today. They decided to celebrate the 100th day of school by making t-shirts and other projects with 100 items to display in the hallways and in their classroom. Great work!
LOOKING AHEAD: Monday, February 15th - No school for ALL students, Y5, Kdg-12th grade (Presidents' Day) --- Tuesday - February 16h - School resumes --- Friday, February 19th - Half-day for ALL students, Y5, Kdg-12th (Early Dismissal). Half-day Teacher PD (PM)
Everything is back to normal at North Early Learning Center. Around 8:30, the school was evacuated after smoke was found in two classrooms. Staff immediately called the fire department and they quickly arrived to assess the situation. At 9, students and staff were allowed back into the building after the fire department determined it was safe to do so. Right now, the cause of smoke is still being investigated. Everyone is safe and no one was hurt. Great work by the staff to act quickly and evacuate the students in a calm manner. Thank you to the Tecumseh Fire Department and Clinton Fire Department for their assistance.
Students at North Early Learning Center made some fantastic groundhog masks today to celebrate Groundhog Day. These Young 5s students from Kim Scheerer's class had a lot of fun learning all about Groundhog Day, and they even made their own predictions. Brace yourself for six more weeks of winter! In case you missed it, Punxsutawney Phil saw his shadow this morning and, as legend holds, that means six additional weeks of heavy coats and mittens.
A look ahead: Monday, January 18 - No school for all students, Y5, Kdg-12th grade -- Martin Luther King Jr. Day Tuesday, January 19 - School resumes
January 2021 breakfast and lunch menus for North and South Early Learning Centers have been released More info: https://www.tps.k12.mi.us/page/food-services