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For Families

A strong family partnership is crucial to educational equity and student success. Research states that when schools effectively partner with families, students do better when student learning is connected between home and school. They go to school more often. Their behavior improves. They achieved more long-term success. Our priority is to support families in advocating for their children and ensure all families are valued and respected members of the TCSOS community.

Latest Student

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April 2024: Benjamin King

April 2024: Benjamin King

Benjamin is a diligent and responsible student who sets a great example for his peers. He has a bright future ahead of him and aspires to serve his country by joining the U.S. Marine Corps after finishing high school. Benjamin is highly motivated and always strives to better himself through hard work and determination.

March 2024: Zane Jongeward

March 2024: Zane Jongeward

Zane brings a positive energy and brightens up his classroom with his contagious smile. His enthusiasm for learning is evident from his active participation in morning meetings to his excellent performance in fine motor tasks. A favorite among his activities is the joy of swinging, showcasing his love for engagement. His teacher, Rhonda Montano, shares, “Zane’s joyful spirit and eagerness to learn brighten every day, making him a remarkable presence in our classroom.”

TCSOS STUDENT

SPOTLIGHT

April 2024: Benjamin King

April 2024: Benjamin King

Benjamin is a diligent and responsible student who sets a great example for his peers. He has a bright future ahead of him and aspires to serve his country by joining the U.S. Marine Corps after finishing high school. Benjamin is highly motivated and always strives to better himself through hard work and determination.

Recent Spotlights

March 2024: Zane Jongeward

March 2024: Zane Jongeward

Zane brings a positive energy and brightens up his classroom with his contagious smile. His enthusiasm for learning is evident from his active participation in morning meetings to his excellent performance in fine motor tasks. A favorite among his activities is the joy of swinging, showcasing his love for engagement. His teacher, Rhonda Montano, shares, “Zane’s joyful spirit and eagerness to learn brighten every day, making him a remarkable presence in our classroom.”

February 2024: Connor Crosby

February 2024: Connor Crosby

Connor has made exceptional strides this year in communication, self-regulation, and peer interactions. His teachers remarked, “Connor’s progress has been astounding. His improved ability to express himself, manage his emotions, and engage with peers impresses us. We’re proud and excited to see his continued growth.” This reflects the collective admiration for Connor’s achievements and the optimism for his future development.

January 2024: Malia Farmer

January 2024: Malia Farmer

Malia’s journey at TLC has been inspiring. Her blend of creativity, warmth, and motivation enhances our classroom daily. She excels in academics and has made impressive strides towards her personal goals. Her teacher, Taylor Swaty, says, “Malia’s unique spirit and humor light up our classroom. Her ability to be authentic while striving for excellence is truly admirable.” Malia’s presence is a bright spark, encouraging us all to keep shining and dancing along with her.