A weekly newsletter written to parents of the TLC
Nov. 17, 2017 Vol 15
Thank you for all of the support you have given us this year. It is exciting to see our new building coming to life. BUT thank you for putting up with no parking spaces and lots of wait time in car line. When all of the construction is done, we will all be so grateful!
November 20 – 24 Thanks Giving Week – no school all week
|PCS/DCS Lunch Menu Week Nov. 27 – Dec. 1
Mon. – Pizza
Tues. – Beef Burritos
Wed – Chicken Nuggets
Thurs – Beef Lasagna
Fri. – Chicken Taquitoes
On TK island we learned how to give thanks and be thankful for the things we have. All week we prepared for our Thanksgiving feast by making placemats, hats, and decorations. We all sat down and enjoyed our feast together… the kids loved it!
The cold and rainy weather didn’t put a damper in our week in P-6! We had a really fun week! First and foremost, thank you to every parent that came to parent-teacher conferences this week. We love being able to spend time talking with you about your wonderful children! The fun continued when we had a surprise visit from Sparkles the Clown! We have all been working so hard this trimester it was nice to have a break and clown around a bit! Our exciting week didn’t stop there… we had another visitor on Thursday to teach us about taking care of our teeth! Thank you to Ruby’s mom for that awesome presentation and the pouch filled with supplies to keep our teeth healthy and clean! Finally, we finished our week off with a nice slice of pumpkin pie topped with whipped cream! Thank you to everyone who donated to make our Thanksgiving pie feast possible! What a nice treat to take us into Thanksgiving Break! We all have so much to be thankful for, especially our P-6 families! We hope everyone has a wonderful week off with family and friends and a Happy Thanksgiving! We will see you back on Monday, November 27th!
Thank you to all parents that came out to meet with us during Parent Teacher conferences! We enjoy talking to you about your student’s progress and goals. If you have any questions or concerns please don’t hesitate to contact your child’s teacher. Phase one had a fun week before fall break! Students did all kinds of fall projects including writing about what they are thankful for and a Thanksgiving placemat. We ended our week with a feast, green trimester certificates, SWO’s of the month, the Golden Lunchbox, and the Golden Broom! We are looking forward to a great trimester two! Have a safe and wonderful week off! School will resume Monday, November 27th!
Thank you to everyone who attended conferences this week. We enjoyed discussing your child’s growth and goals with you. This week our classes worked on their group biome projects. They did research, printed and drew pictures, and presented information about their assigned habitats. We also went around and saw the hard work of the other two classes. This was a great lesson in being a Positive Cooperator and we look forward to more group projects in the future! See you on November 27th!
DCS and DHSP PE
Thank you to the parents that came for Parent Teacher Student Conferences. We enjoyed meeting with each of you. If you were unable to meet for conferences, your son or daughter’s report card will be arriving in the mail shortly.
Those students with good behavior and have not met with Mrs. Stewart or the ROAR teams enjoyed a fun afternoon of movie watching and popcorn eating in the gym.
Have a wonderful Thanksgiving Break and we will see you back to school on Monday, November 27th.
Students are starting this trimester with a clean slate in the grade book this week. Please encourage your student to turn in their essays every week on time and to study their notes every night. The sooner they learn which study strategies work best for them, the better they will be in the long run.
Furthermore, students are being rewarded this Friday 11/17 for all of their hard work and constant determination! Those students that have not attended a ROAR panel meeting for poor behavior are being recognized for their efforts with an afternoon pajama and movie party! Keep up the good work!
Also, students who qualify for CJSF for the second trimester will be receiving their LA classes today. Remind students to fill out their applications and turn them to either their LA teachers or Mrs. Prescott
In Language Arts this week, students are reflecting on personal experiences, things they are grateful for, and how they are doing in class overall. They have learned 90 vocabulary words over the course of trimester 1 and are becoming better and better at using them correctly in their writing. You can find any upcoming assignments and due dates for your student’s classes in their agenda.
End of Semester Approaching
Fall Semester ends Friday, December 8th! A finals schedule will be released shortly.
TLC’s Got Talent Show Auditions
Our school-wide Talent Show is taking place on Thursday, February 15th of 2018. Auditions will be held the week of December 11th-15th. Pick up an audition request form from the Counseling Office! This event is a fundraiser for the Senior Class of 2018.
Sow A Seed Community Foundation Youth Workshops
Sow A Seed Community Foundation will begin youth workshops starting November 27th at Sow A Seed Office. These free workshops are a safe and supportive place for youth to connect with peers and foster healthy lifestyle habits. Each workshop meets once per week for 8- 10 weeks. They include Girls’ Circle for girls age 11-16, Boys’ Council for boys age 10-14, and Fresh Start Thinking for teens age 15-18. Visit http://www.sowaseedcf.org/ for more information.
College Early Start – Next Steps
The Counseling Office is currently processing College Early Start forms and submitting them to Delta College. The registration date and time for Millennium students will be on November 30th at 3:45pm. Students will have their CES forms returned to them with instructions on how to register when we return from Thanksgiving Break. Families will have to pay for the students’ classes online, and they will be reimbursed after the student completes the college course with a B or higher.
Sunday, November 19 – Moose Thanksgiving Luncheon – 10:45 a.m. – 2:30 p.m.
Location: Moose Lodge (35 East 6th Street, Tracy)
Volunteers: 2 dish washers and 6 servers are needed – black and white server attire
Friday, November 24 – BLACK FRIDAY Animal Rescue of Tracy – 10:00 a.m.–3:00 p.m.
Location: West Valley Mall, Tracy.
Volunteers Visit the JCPenney end of the mall (in the alcove area) on weekends for more information or visit the website animalrescuetracy.org and complete the “junior” or youth application.
For additional community service opportunities, please visit: https://millenniumhscounseling.weebly.com/community-service.html
College Bound Workshops