Welcome to Tecumseh North Early Learning Center!
Tecumseh Public Schools' Early Learning Centers serve learners in Pre-K through first grade. Our early childhood focus nurtures the academic, social, emotional, and physical development of each and every child.
At this level, learners build foundational educational skills and opportunities are provided for creative thinking, problem solving, collaboration, and reflection. Our goal is to cultivate our learners' natural curiosity through a customized learning approach enriched with play, cooperation, imagination, and inquiry.
Please click through the pages of our site to learn more about our buildings and learning model. If you have any questions, please contact our building principal.
Tecumseh North Early Learning Center
Josh McDowell, Principal
600 Adrian St., Tecumseh, MI 49286
Main Office: 517-423-9744
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.
Tecumseh North Early Learning Center learners are collecting new socks in all sizes, colors and varieties to help keep area residents warm this winter. Donations may be delivered to the main office. The SOCKTOBER project runs through October 31. The socks will be distributed to local shelters and agencies.
Homecoming Week 2018 is Monday - Friday, Sept. 24 - 28. Click here to find information about the events and activities happening at Tecumseh Public Schools.
The Tecumseh High School Football program will host its 6th Annual Night Under the Lights youth football clinic on Sunday, Sept. 30 from 6:30 - 8 p.m.
The City of Tecumseh is holding its third annual Fill-A-Bus-ter school supplies drive through August 16th.
Tecumseh Public Schools welcomes Josh McDowell as Principal of Tecumseh North Early Learning Center. He replaces Carl Lewandowski who transitioned to Early Elementary Principal at Tecumseh Compass Learning Center in June.
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.
Summer is a busy time in our schools. Several maintenance and improvement projects are underway, including two significant projects at Compass Learning Center.
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.