Tecumseh North Early Learning Center
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.
Individuals interested in exploring current topics in education and child development are invited to participate in a community book study hosted by Tecumseh Public Schools.
The series kicks off with Teaching Kids to Think: Raising Confident, Independent, and Thoughtful Children in an Age of Instant Gratification on Tuesday, July 24.
On Friday, June 8, Tecumseh Public Schools held its fifth annual Staff Recognition Program. All staff; teachers, administrators and support staff, came together to celebrate the year, honor retiring personnel, and present its Staff or the Year awards.
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.
Dedication plaques from the former Herrick Park, Patterson, Sutton, and Tecumseh Acres elementary schools were returned to their original locations on Tuesday, June 5.
The newest Compassion for Community project from the Orange Team at the Tecumseh North Early Learning Center is a “Little Free Library.”
This survey is intended to provide data about the home literacy environment. The responses will be collected once in the spring and again in the fall to help determine the impact of this project on students summer learning growth.
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.