Dear TCSOS Staff and Families,
As we approach this season of Thanksgiving, we pause to express our deepest gratitude. Together, we’ve navigated challenges and celebrated triumphs, always standing strong as a community.
This year, amidst the changing seasons and the bustling world around us, we find solace in the bonds we share. Like a family gathered around a table, our unity and dedication form the heart of TCSOS.
To our remarkable staff: your unwavering commitment to our students’ growth and success inspires us daily. Your dedication shapes futures and builds bridges, profoundly impacting each life you touch.
And to our TCSOS families, your trust and partnership mean everything. Your support is the cornerstone of our shared journey toward educational excellence.
At the core of this holiday lies the essence of friendship—the camaraderie that uplifts, supports, and sustains us. We cherish the connections forged within our community, knowing that together, we are stronger.
Thanksgiving Week Closure Notice
As we revel in the warmth of togetherness, please note our schedule for the week of November 20-24:
TCSOS Student Programs will be closed for the entire week, reopening on Monday, November 27.
TCSOS Main Building will be open Monday through Wednesday to assist you. However, please note that we will be closed on Thursday and Friday, November 23-24, in observance of Thanksgiving.
Please plan accordingly and reach out to us during our open hours for any assistance or inquiries.
From our TCSOS family to yours, may this season be filled with gratitude, love, and lasting friendships.
Tuolumne County Superintendent of Schools
Be prepared for when your student’s school is delayed or closed.
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“Alice has been a consistently positive and energetic presence. She’s known for making friends, helping others, and being a great performer.” said teacher Addison Stafford. “Her growth in preschool is supported by both our staff and her parents, Emily and Lucas, who are highly involved in her development.”