TLC Charter Chatter

    Charter Chatter

 A weekly newsletter written to parents of the TLC



June 1, 2018                                                                                                                           Vol 39

Virginia Stewart


Yesterday, our Discovery Staff organized the first local Pentathlon for our students.  The topic of study for this school year was Africa which was very broad and detailed in scope.  The subject areas included: Math. Social studies, humanities, Literature, and science.  All of the students learned so much from the addition of this in our curriculum this year.  The event, however was special.  I felt as though I was at the county competition again, it was so professionally run. The students competed well and it was a great success.


We are now officially beginning our study of the next theme for Pentathlon: The Decade of the 60s.  This will be a great topic to explore.  This decade has been called a Transformational Decade and is being compared to the decade we are presently living.  The 60s brought about greater civil rights, more concern for the environment, the onset of laser technology, concern for world peace and there was definitely a change in music!  I hope you will enjoy exploring this new theme with your students next year.


We are able to add the Pentathlon theme to our curriculum to enrich each of our students because of our longer school year.  It has added a dimension to our curriculum that is across curriculum areas that is not usually offered.  Our students have gained so much from this additional focus.





Last Day of School Early Dismissal – Friday June 29, 2018

TK and PCS – 11:30am

DCS and DHSP – 12noon

MHS – 12:30pm



Please make sure all medications are picked up by Thursday, June 28, 2018 – any remaining meds in the office will be destroyed



Lunch Menu – Week June 4 – 8

Mon. –  Pizza

Tues. –  No Meat Spaghetti

Wed- Chicken Taquitos

Thurs –Turkey, BPJ or Egg Salad Sandwiches

Fri- Beef Hot Dog



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This week on TK island the lil fishies learned about habitats. They learned about the different places like Arctic, forest, ocean, grassland, desert, jungle, pond, farm, Savannah, and our houses. They also learned about some of the different names for animal homes like den, coop, and hole.




While our new building is amazing and we are so very appreciative and happy, there are some parts of our original plan that just couldn’t fit into our budget. One part that didn’t make it was a kindergarten playground. The kindergarten playground will be located next to the bike rack area and open only to kindergarten students during morning recess. This new playground would open up some much needed space for the kindergarten students as well as the 1st, 2nd, 3rd, and 4th grade students. We have a quote for $25,000. If you would like to help us, simply hit the donate button on this page and we will be one step closer to our dream playground! We will accept donations from friends, family, etc… Thank you in advance! Share our website on social media to get as many donations as you can! The student that brings in the most donations will win a lunch playdate with the teachers!




 Phase One had a blast on their last field trip of the year! They went to the WOW Museum in Lodi and did an activity on the states of matter.



Phase 2 students are finished with state testing and we are very proud of their efforts! Our students stay very busy during the month of June…our 3rd and 4th graders are working on writing fairy tales, poems, performing readers theater, creating and playing math review games, and many other project based learning activities.

Congratulations to all of our May SWO award recipients!








The month of June is upon us!  Yesterday, out students participated in the first annual Pentathlon Super Quiz.  This year our topic was Africa and it was fantastic to see just how much our students have learned!


Congratulations to all of our Pentathlon participants and we are looking forward to next year’s topic of the 1960’s.

Reminders: SWO scrap books were due today, June 1st.  Students will be receiving a date and time for their final SWO interview on Monday June 4th.  This is a graded assignment and each student is required to dress professionally on the day of their interview.

The last day of school is Friday, June 19th.  Discovery 7-8 will be released at 12 noon.  No lunch will be served that day.

June is a month full of activities as we wrap up this school year.  Please continue to check agendas for additional information.




Charter Chatter Week of 5/28-6/1



  • CJSF Stanford field trip is next Wednesday 6/1
  • All money and permission slips for 8th grade activities are due Tuesday, June 5th to Mrs. Dominguez. This includes promotions, 8th grade dance, cosmic bowling, and Great America. All details were sent home in a packet with your student. If you would like to chaperone any of our events or donate to any of our events, please email Mrs. Dominguez at
  • Today we held our first annual school wide Academic Pentathlon! It was a major success! Thank you to all who participated:




CONGRATS to all!




Social Studies:

Students are preparing for their final SWO interview taking place next week!








MHS Counseling News


Congratulations to the Graduating Class of 2018!

Photographs of graduates receiving their diplomas and of ceremony are available online at: – click onto Client Events, then scroll to MHS. 


Delta College Assessment Test at Millennium High School – June 11, 2018

The Millennium High School counseling office is currently taking sign-ups for the Delta College Assessment Test which will take place at the Millennium High School Campus (1904 N. Corral Hollow Road) on Monday June 11, 2018 at 1:00pm in Room A-2. First-time students in the College Early Start program are required to take the assessment test. All students must provide their Delta I.D. in order to take the assessment test.


College Early Start Forms – Fall 2018 Deadline

The forms for Fall 2018 College Early Start are due Monday June 18, 2018. All CES forms must be signed by parent before obtaining Counseling Staff signatures.  All CES forms must be turned in to the Millennium High School Counseling office as soon as possible for approval. For further information please contact the Millennium High School Counseling office at 209-627-8299 or email:


Millennium High School Yearbook distribution

Millennium High School yearbooks will be distributed on June 15, 2018 at the Millennium High School lunch area at 12:30pm.


TAAA Juneteenth Celebration, June 2, 2018@ 10:00AM

Volunteers are needed for this event (assist with kid’s zone, beverage booth, information booth), please contact the Millennium High School Office if interested in volunteering. Millennium High School Counseling Office 209-627-8299 or email:





Great Community Service Opportunity!

Sunday, June 17, 2018 – Moose Father’s Day Brunch – 9:30 a.m. – 12:30 p.m. Moose Lodge (35 East 6th Street, Tracy) – ring doorbell to enter facility. Volunteers: 2 dish washers and 4 servers are needed –black and white server attire required; long hair to be pulled back Volunteers MUST contact Alex Zamora for scheduling Contact: Alex Zamora (209) 815-6408 or