Tecumseh East STEAM Center
Tinkercad is a simple, online 3D design and 3D printing application for everyone. Learners at Tecumseh East have been able to sign up for Tinkercad as an elective and have started to produce some amazing results.
A walking classroom is where learners download a podcast on a subject, and listen to it while they walk, blending learning and exercise into one activity.
JJ is learner who happens to receive special education services, and while at Tecumseh Middle School, he spent most of his day in the Cognitively Impaired Classroom. This has all changed this year. The environment at Tecumseh East STEAM Center is that of full immersion, meaning that there is no longer a C.I. classroom.
The district reorganization and all of the renovations to district buildings highlighted the need for an updated operations plan for crisis management.
At the April Board of Education meeting, Tecumseh Public Schools voted to join the Michigan Competency Consortium.
Alex Mattison, a learner at Tecumseh East STEAM Center spoke at the Board of Education meeting about why he likes the new style of learning at his school.
Back in February Tecumseh Public Schools applied for a Competency-Based Education Grant through the State School Aid Act. There was a pool of $500,000 to fund grants for the design and implementation of competency-based education programs available to any district in Michigan.
The Tecumseh High School Boys Lacrosse team is hosting the first ever Stick it to Stigma game against Chelsea on May 7th at Indian Stadium. The game tips off at 6:30 pm.
Tecumseh Public Schools was nominated for the Consumers Energy Project of the Year Award in the "Small Commercial" category.