Congratulations to our Varsity Equestrian team! This past weekend, our girls were named Reserve State Champions. They were the runner-up in Division A in the state of Michigan. That’s the biggest division. It was a close battle but our girls were just barely edged out in the end. Great work by everybody!
🚨🚨 HOMECOMING PARADE UPDATE 🚨🚨 Today's outdoor pep assembly and Homecoming Parade have been cancelled. After discussing with the Student Council President, Student Council Advisor and THS/TPS Administration, the decision was made to cancel the events because of our current weather, forecast models and future radar. We believe this is the safest route for all of our students that would have taken part in today's festivities. Tonight's THS Homecoming Dance at Indian Stadium will be decided during tonight's football game. Thank you for understanding!
It’s Spirit Week here at Tecumseh Public Schools Today, the ELCs and ILCs are celebrating Wacky Wednesday! #tecumsehpublicschools
The next Board of Education meeting is scheduled for tonight, October 11th. The meeting starts at 7pm and is located in the Media Center of Tecumseh High School. The meeting is open to the public. It's also available to watch live via TPS's YouTube channel. 📍: 760 Brown Street, Tecumseh, MI 📝: Board Agenda - https://5il.co/108br 🌐: YouTube channel - https://bit.ly/3DzcHcr
Homecoming is next Friday, which means next week is Spirit Week! Students are encouraged to celebrate their school pride by participating in this tradition. Each day will see a different theme for students.
October 5th is World Teachers' Day. Today, we celebrate our teachers and everything they do for our students here at TPS. Considering that teachers mold future generations, taking one day every year to say "thank you" is the least we can do. No matter where you are, remember that teachers matter! The global event was launched by the United National Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization back in 1994.
DON'T FORGET Friday, September 3rd - No School (Labor Day Weekend) Monday, September 6th - No School (Labor Day) Tuesday, September 7th - School Resumes
Thank you to all of our speakers from TPS and thank you to all of those who supported our Food Drive during today’s live broadcast with WLEN 103.9fm. Don’t forget, you can drop off your donations at any TPS building. Parents, you can send the food with your student or you’re more than welcome to drop it off yourself. Your fresh fruit and snacks will go a long way in helping a child in need. Thank you to Community Learning Connections of the Tecumseh Area and all of our supporters in the community.
First day of school is in the books!
It's the first day of school!
🍽️ Menus for Tecumseh Acres, Sutton, Herrick Park, Patterson and Tecumseh Middle School are now available. Tecumseh Acres/Sutton ELCs - https://5il.co/y15s Herrick Park/Patterson ILCs - https://5il.co/y15s Tecumseh Middle School - https://5il.co/y15t Food Services Information - https://www.tps.k12.mi.us/page/food-services
Open Houses at Sutton and Tecumseh Acres ELCs were a hit! Thanks for coming out!
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!
Progress is being is being made on the Sensory and Exploration Garden at South Early Learning Center. Over the weekend, volunteers worked on painting, planting and a little bit of mulch work. Tecumseh South PTO is looking to work on the garden again this Saturday, May 22. If you would like to help out, visit their Facebook page for more information.
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.
The Sensory and Exploration Garden project at South Early Learning Center is coming along nicely. The Tecumseh South PTO has received a ton of donations, including tires, pallets, mulch and more to help put this project together. On Monday (5/10), Tecumseh Arbor #760 - Gleaner Life Insurance Society donated $500 to go towards the sensory garden project. The group is also donating a Red Twig Dogwood tree and a butterfly bush in honor of Darlene Penterics. Darlene passed away in April at the age of 61. She was a kindergarten teacher here at TPS before retiring.
ICYMI March was National Reading Month and students at South Early Learning Center had some special guest readers over the month.
A Sensory and Exploration Garden project is underway over at South Early Learning Center. A sensory garden is a garden that has a collection of plants that are appealing to one or more of the five senses; sight, smell, sound, taste, and touch. Sensory gardens should be accessible for all people to enjoy - disabled and non-disabled. So far, we've received several donations, including a $500 donation from the Tecumseh Arbor Cleaners Group. Over the weekend, the Tecumseh South PTO raised $258 for the sensory garden. The Easter Bunny showed up for some pictures during bowling, and made an appearance over at South ELC.