Welcome to Tecumseh South 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 office.
Tecumseh South Early Learning Center
2780 Sutton Rd., Adrian, MI 49221
Kindergarten and Young Five Round-Up will be on March 16 from 9 a.m. - 12 p.m. at Tecumseh North Early Learning Center (600 Adrian St., Tecumseh, MI 49286).
In continued partnership with our transportation provider, First Student, Tecumseh Public Schools is launching FirstView®, a bus tracking and parent communications app for your smartphone or desktop.
The Tecumseh Community Pool, located in Compass Learning Center will close for three weeks for the installation of new water filtering and air quality systems. The closure will last from March 18 – April 7, 2019. The pool is scheduled to re-open for services on April 8, 2019.
It appears that the winter season in Michigan is in full force. With this in mind, please remember that, as a parent, you ALWAYS will be the decision maker on sending your child to school on inclement weather days. We also wanted to share with you the process that Tecumseh Public Schools follow when making any decision on school delays and closures.
Some of Tecumseh Public Schools budding artists will have their work displayed in a mini art show at the Tecumseh District Library beginning Saturday, January 19 through March 1.
The Transportation Department would like to announce 2 permanent bus route changes.
The Tecumseh Police Department and Tecumseh Public Schools are pleased to announce Officer Chad Rodgers will serve as the district’s new School Resource Officer.
The primary function of an SRO is to take a proactive role in promoting a safe learning environment through the development of strategies for conflict resolution through education, mentorship and law enforcement.
Tecumseh Preschool learners constructed gingerbread houses to raise money to support housing in Lenawee County.
They presented a check for $101 to Habitat for Humanity of Lenawee on Dec. 20.
TPS will ring in the holidays with plenty of spirit! Check here for the latest winter and holiday activities.