Our School is a Community of Learners
We define a community as a place where each individual is important and has something valuable to contribute to others in the community. We believe that learning is a lifelong activity. We are all learners. We respect parents, staff members, and volunteers to model this belief for students.
We Care About Our Students
We believe that each student should be given the opportunity to be educated in a physically and emotionally safe, personalized, and caring environment.
One of Our Highest Priorities is Keeping Class Sizes Small
Working with students in smaller groups increases opportunities for learning, personal attention, a sense of belonging, and the development of a supportive classroom community.
We Are Committed to Fiscal Responsibility
We are entrusted with using public resources to provide a quality education for our students. We carefully develop priorities based on student needs, legal responsibilities, and cost-effective methods.
We Are Responsible to Our Local Community
Our schools are the centers of the community. We actively seek community involvement. And, we respond to community needs.
We Respect Parents and Their Values
We operate on the behalf of parents. It is our responsibility to assist parents In the education of their children. We value parental involvement, and we make every reasonable effort to response to parental concerns.
We Believe Learning Extends Beyond the Classroom
Our educational program is enriched and extended with opportunities such as: fieldtrips, recreational activities, academic competitions, and club activities.
We Uphold Traditional Values
We model socially responsible behavior, expect it from each student and make it part of our curriculum. We believe these traditional values have served our society well in the past, are cherished by our community, and are important to our future.
We Are Continually Improving
We are never content with the status quo in our operations or in our curriculum methods. We recognize that we live in a changing world and we respond to those changes. And, we are constantly looking for better and more efficient ways of accomplishing our mission.
We Value Our Employees
We specifically and carefully select our staff on the basis of their ability to carry out the mission and guiding principles described above. We hire the best people suited for the task. We respect their expertise and depend on them to work with parents to make our vision for a community of learners a reality.
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Dear THES Familes:
Here are some reminders, announcements, and information from our school:
On October 14, 2020, TCUSD Governing School Board Members voted to continue 100% Virtual Learning for second quarter.
- First quarter ranges from August 17, 2020-October 22, 2020
- Second quarter ranges from October 23, 2020-January 11, 2021
Mark your Calendar:
- Professional Development November 18, 2020 – half day schedule
- Thanksgiving Break begins Wednesday, November 25th
- Parent/Teacher Conferences Tuesday, November 15, 2020
- Winter Break-December 21, 2020- January 1, 2021. School resumes January 4, 2021
- Professional Development January 6, 2021 – half day schedule
- Second Quarter ends January 11, 2021
- iSTEEP progress monitoring: Nov. 30-December 11
- Performance Matters Benchmark #2 (Power Test): December 7-December 18
- Please call the school to access your parent Schoology login information.
- All communication between students-parents-teachers-principal will occur in Schoology.
- Teachers will begin uploading all Learning Opportunities, Homework, Online Learning Opportunities in Schoology for 2nd quarter.
- Zoom will continue to be utilized for all Instructional Zoom Meetings.
Site Council Meetings:
- All site council meetings will be scheduled every 3rd Tuesday of each month at 4pm local time.
Please let me know if you have any questions or concerns.
Sophia Begody, principal