Don't forget, tonight is the Spring Outdoor Concert Series. The concert series is presented by the Tecumseh 6th-8th Grade Bands. The concert is at Tecumseh High School, in the Brown Street parking lot. The schedule: • 6pm - 6th Grade Band • 6:45pm - 8th Grade Band • 7:30pm - 7th Grade Band If you're hungry, Sunset Barbecue will be at the event with their food truck. So come out, bring a chair and support our musicians all while having a great time.
8th graders at West STEAM Center learning about golf this week. Health and PE teacher Kristy Zajac created a 9-hole course, called Tecumseh West Golf Course. The project is aimed at teaching students the rules, etiquette and proper form and techniques of golf. Students start out at the designed driving range and then they take part in the 9-hole course. It's a great way for the students to learn about golf and get outside and enjoy the better weather we're having.
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)
This Saturday, March 13th, there will be a free community event for teen girls and their female mentors and caregivers. The program runs from 10am-12pm. The event is open to 6th-12th grade girls. The virtual event is being put on by ROX (Ruling Our eXperiences) & The Center for Family Safety and Healing. The two-hour program is called 'I Matter.' It is focused on educating teens about healthy relationships, confidence and the collective strength of girls. Program topics include, Managing Stress & Anxiety, Self-defense, Healthy Relationships & Boundaries and Digital Dating. To register: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/i-matter-2021-tickets-138439475197?fbclid=IwAR2OCbuMdueg7wewJ-WKR2_PkUu6nQ0-bReEg-STKKSICkyY_HwnnpXOhtM
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
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.
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)
COMING UP Tuesday-Thursday, January 26-28 - EXAMS for 5th-12th Grade Students (full days) Friday, January 29 - End of 2nd 9-weeks - end of 1st semester
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 West STEAM Center have been released More info: https://www.tps.k12.mi.us/page/food-services
Welcome back TPS students and staff! We hope you had a great winter break.
Some of our students at West STEAM Center got the chance to learn CPR. They even learned the Stayin' Alive technique. Chest compressions should be given at a rate of about 120 per minute. The oft-heard advice that the beat of “Stayin’ Alive” by the Bee Gees provides a good metronome for hands-only CPR is still valid. Just proof that disco songs can help keep someone alive.
Tuesday, December 22 - Half-day for ALL students (early dismissal) Wednesday-Friday, Dec. 23-25 - No school for all students - Winter Break Monday-Friday, Dec.28-Jan.1 - No school for all students - Winter Break Monday, January 4 - School Resumes
Did you know any student at Tecumseh Public Schools is eligible for a special library card from the Tecumseh District Library? The card gives students access to all digital materials available at the library. • Overdrive/Libby - eBooks, audio books • MeL (Michigan eLibrary) - test prep, science and tech databases, automotive guides and repair, legal • Hoopla - eBooks, audio books, movies and music • Mango Languages - online language learning program featuring 70 languages Students, if you're interested in one of these library cards, reach out to the Tecumseh District Library at 517-423-2238. You can also go to tecumsehlibrary.org/, click on the 'Events' tab and sign up for the free card.
FOOD SERVICE UPDATE 12/14 With K-8 students back in class, we will only be using ONE location for food pickup on Tuesday, December 15th. The pick up location is at Tecumseh High School. Pick up time is 10:30am-12:30pm. Pick up is at the high school's shipping and receiving dock. Please enter off of Brown Street and follow the signage for food pickup. If you are scheduled to pick up and aren't planning to, please email email@example.com ASAP. Don't forget, we can deliver if that works best for you.
FOOD SERVICE REMINDER Food service continues tomorrow, December 8th. Right now, we're still using two locations for pickup. One at Compass Learning Center, the other is at the high school. Pick up time is from 10:30am-12:30pm. Families whose last names begin with A through M will pick up at Tecumseh High School's shipping and receiving dock. Please enter off of Brown Street and follow the signage for food pickup. Families whose last name begins with N through Z will pick up in the parent drop off area at Compass Learning Center. Please follow the signage for food pick up.