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
307 N. Maumee St., Tecumseh, MI 49286
Main Office: 517-423-1105
A THS freshman will work with a local business owner to restore the Chief Tecumseh statue from Compass Early Learning Center. The base of the statue experienced significant decay, causing the statue to topple in early July. Upon completion, it will be returned to the main entrance of Compass Learning Center.
Summer is a busy time in our schools. Several maintenance and improvement projects are underway, including two significant projects at Compass Learning Center.
The City of Tecumseh is holding its third annual Fill-A-Bus-ter school supplies drive through August 16th.
Tecumseh Public Schools has partnered with the Michigan Department of Education (MDE) to serve as a Meet Up and Eat Up location to help ensure that children have access to nutritious meals over summer break.
The Michigan Department of Education and the Michigan Association of Intermediate School Administrators selected TPS, along with Parish Park, as model sites for this summer literacy initiative and are creating a film to capture the essence of what it looks like, sounds like, and feels like for a school district to host an ambitious summer literacy program.
First Student bus drivers are an integral part of the communities they serve. They are committed to safety, customer service and have genuine, caring attitudes for children. First Student is currently looking to fill bus driver positions for Tecumseh Public Schools.
Carl Lewandowski will serve as the Early Elementary Principal for Compass Learning Center. The district has opened its search for a new leader of the North Early Learning Center.
On Friday, June 8, Tecumseh Public Schools held its fifth annual Staff Recognition Program. All staff; facilitators, administrators and support staff, came together to celebrate the year, honor retiring personnel, and present its Staff or the Year awards.
Dedication plaques from the former Herrick Park, Patterson, Sutton, and Tecumseh Acres elementary schools were returned to their original locations on Tuesday, June 5.