Welcome to Tecumseh Compass Learning Center!
Compass Learning Center is home to our learners in grades 2-6. While learning core academics, learners concentrate on real-life problem solving, authentic learning, and creative thinking to provide a solid foundation in which to build their educational pathways.
Learning Facilitators work in teams across grade levels to provide appropriate support or acceleration for each learner. They are dedicated to personalized learning and providing opportunities for learners to reach their greatest potential and to develop relationships with learners and their families to provide a productive, safe, positive, and respectful learning environment.
If you have questions about Compass Learning Center, please give us a call. We look forward to hearing from you.
Tecumseh Compass Learning Center
Tecumseh Compass Learning Center
307 N. Maumee St, Tecumseh, MI 49286
The Tecumseh High School Gymnastics team and the Tecumseh Gymnastics Academy will be hosting a Drop n Shop event on Friday, December 21.
TPS will ring in the holidays with plenty of spirit! Check here for the latest winter and holiday activities.
Girls in grades 5-12 and their moms are invited to spend an afternoon learning about healthy communication, responsible social media use and personal safety in this workshop presented by Community Learning Connections, Ruling Our Experiences (ROX) and Tecumseh Public Schools. Spots will fill quickly - register soon!
Just in time for cold and flu season, TPS was awarded two Victory Innovations Professional Cordless Electrostatic Sprayers. The sprayers are designed to quickly and effectively sanitize hard surfaces in our schools. Thanks to Victory Innovations for selecting TPS!
The first Parent to Parent meeting of the 2018-19 school year will be Wednesday, Dec. 19 from 6 - 7 p.m. in the TPS Administrative Services Building. The guest speaker for the event will be Michelle Hutchison, TPS Social Emotional Wellness Consultant.
Winter in Michigan can mean anything from sunny and mild to icy and treacherous. Our Transportation Department, watches the forecast closely to watch for possible inclement weather and evaluates road conditions as weather conditions deteriorate.
Please take a moment to review the district's Winter Weather Plan used to determine closures and/or delays.
TPS Band facilitators Kellie and Joe McInchak were recently interviewed for a University of Michigan feature story about the work U-M School of Music, Theatre, & Dance alumni are doing in music education across the state.
There has been a lot of talk about Positive Behavior Interventions and Supports (PBIS) at Tecumseh Public Schools this year, but what exactly does that mean? PBIS is a framework for schools to determine how they want to teach social skills, establish expectations in all areas, prevent problematic behavior and reinforce new skills.
TPS has taken next steps in developing a focus on the “whole learner” which includes developing socially and emotionally strong facilitators, learners and educational environments. Understanding how our experiences, including stressful situations, trauma and mental illness impact brain development and behavior provides better direction for educators as they work to grow all learners personally, socially and academically.