TLC Charter Chatter

TLC Charter Chatter


A weekly newsletter written to parents of the TLC

Chatter  Week of September 3

                                Restorative Justice is our Discipline System

Tracy Learning Center uses a Restorative Justice system when dealing with discipline.  The day of simply deciding that students need to be suspended has been re-examined.  What educators realized is that telling a student they could not come to school hurt the educator more than the student.  The student being suspended was usually not a fan of school in the first place and the suspension felt more like a reward for the student and a punishment for the family.

Today, we use an approach that puts more responsibility for actions on the part of the student.  Students are held accountable for their actions and are asked to look at what they have done and look for ways to improve.  (This, of course, is not used for serious offenses but most school offenses that ended in suspensions were not severe).  From Discovery through high school, students are issued negative points for infractions.  If a student accumulates negative 20 points in a week, they report to a SOAR panel for review and suggestions for how to change the behavior.

The whole point of SOAR is to help students realize how they are being disruptive to the learning community.  Actions do not just affect the student who is disrupting.  The students who accepts responsibility usually find ways to remedy their actions.  The students who finds fault with others or the teacher usually blocks suggestions for change.

We all understand that some students receive negative 20 in one week.  They are usually very sorry and ready to fix the problem.  We are concerned when a student repeats the negative 20 week after week and we do have a progressive process in place when that happens.  Since we have a waiting list at most grade levels, we are able to take away a student’s preference to be enrolled if we cannot correct the behavior.  This is the last resort for us, but it is possible.

What is the most common cause for students to receive negatives?

You may wonder, what is the main reason students receive negatives.  It is talking to others or making comments when the teacher is giving directions or instructing.  This is a time when staff expects silence and attention of all students.  There are plenty of times in the day for quiet conversation with students in groups or pairs, but there are those explicit times when the attention of all students is expected.



Extremely Important

We have a huge number of families who have not turned in their child’s emergency forms for this school.  This is very important. These forms require a parent’s signature allowing ambulance transport for your child in case of a severe emergency. Parents were required to update these forms online prior to enrollment this year, print the emergency form and turn this form into the office. Many parents have not done this. Please do so immediately and drop off updated form in the office.

Here is the information to add or edit information on our AERIES Website.

Parent Data Confirmation is a feature of Aeries that allows parents to modify or enter student demographics, contacts, medical

conditions, and authorization information. It also allows documents to be available to parents. This process handles the normal

“Summer Re-Registration” of students where parents are normally required to fill out fresh emergency cards, sign various documents,

and establish authorizations. Date ranges are available to control when parents can modify or enter data, and parents can even be

locked out of the parent portal until they complete the process. Pre-enrolled student records will use their next grade value so data

confirmation can be completed for their upcoming school.

A banner message will display to the parent on their homepage if they have not completed the data confirmation process. The parent

can also access Data Confirmation from the Student Info tab dropdown.



Please mark your calendars for our Homecoming parade! This is a big event for ALL of TLC, not just the High School.  It is a chance for us to celebrate our PreK – 12th grade program.  I encourage families to join us on Wednesday Sept 25th for our afternoon parade in Downtown Tracy.  We hope to see you there!  

Sept. 25, 2019, Wed. is an Early Release Day  – Homecoming Parade

PCS – dismissed at 12:30pm

Champions will accommodate early release

DCS/MHS dismissed at 1pm

Personal Days for Next School Year 2019/2020

VERY IMPORTANT CHANGE for our upcoming 2019/2020 school year Beginning August 5, 2019, we are reducing personal/family days for students from 10 days down to 7 days. Allowing 7 days is still much higher than what the district schools allow and we feel 7 days is more beneficial for the school and for each students’ education.

NOW HIRING:  Athletic Coaches

Interested in taking on the rewards and challenges of coaching a high school athletic team?  Millennium Athletics is currently creating a coaching pool for all sports and levels, as the life of a coach is ever changing.  If you’re interested in becoming a part of our TEAM for any sport, apply here:



Lunch Menu Week of September 16 – 20

Mon – Pizza

Tues – Chicken Patti Sandwich

Wed – Chili or Cheese Nachos

Thurs – Cheese Ravioli

Fri – Beef or Vegi Burger






Wishing all our TK families a great weekend.

We are all excited to start focusing on our letters, numbers and sight words and look forward to sharing our accomplishments this week with some fun projects!

Initial Phase

Thank you to everyone who donated apples to our classroom! We had so much fun learning about apples this week! We have explored the parts of an apple- seeds, skin, flesh, core, stem, and leaf. We watched how an apple tree changes in each season throughout the year. Ask your student what season apples grow on an apple tree. We are learning new vocabulary terms such as orchard. Taste testing the apples was our favorite part of the week! We discovered that different colored apples have different tastes on the inside. Many of us thought the green apples are sour and the apples with red and yellow are more sweet! Ask your child what they have learned about apples! We will continue or apple discoveries next week!

Phase One:

This week, the students participated in the first AIMS testing of the year. Your child will take it two more times this school year. At the end of the year, we will send home a comparison report showing their growth.

The students in Phase One continued their Map Skills unit in Social Studies. P3 learned about landforms and bodies of water, P4 and P5 did a Me On the Map project. We will continue our map skills unit for the next few weeks. Keep your eyes open for a take home project when we conclude this unit at the end of September.  

Phase Two:

Our phase two students have started their monthly walk to the Tracy library.  P1 goes the first Thursday of the month, P7 goes the second Thursday, P8 goes the third Thursday of the month.  Our students really look forward to exploring the library and checking out books.  Please remember that students are responsible for returning their own books, on their own time.  

We also continued our study of animal groups this week.  We have learned all about mammals, insects, birds, fish, reptiles and amphibians.  Ask you child what they remember!

Mr. Martin is teaching our students a “Superhero” song to sing in the Homecoming Parade!  Please remember to return the permission slip if you would like your child to participate in the parade.  Parents are responsible for transporting their child to and from the parade.  Please see the information in the green folder today.




Discovery Middle School 5-6

Upcoming ⅚ Dates:

September 16th-23rd – Donation Drive for McHenry House (see flyer)

September 25th: Homecoming Parade – Early Release Day @ 1pm

October 8th: Picture Day Retakes


Now that pictures are done, the first SWO project will be due soon.  Fifth Graders will need to get a scrapbook for their SWO Projects.  This is a record of their learning throughout the year, but it is also a record of their learning through multiple years.  So, Sixth Graders add on to the scrapbook they started last year – they may need to get some additional filler pages.  The SWO Scrapbook Cover Page assignment will be due about a week after the Lifetouch Photos are sent home.  Students should have gotten a copy of the assignment this week.  If not, you can find it at

If you are unable to get a scrapbook, please contact your son or daughter’s homeroom teacher or Mrs. Prescott at

Thank you

Our Top 5 Nest Point Earners for the week! Way to go Falcons!!!

Peregrine’s Top 5:

Kestrel’s Top 5:

Saker’s Top 5:

Amur’s Top 5:

This week we had an AMAZING guest visitor at our school who shared his love of music and Bucket Drumming with our 5th-8th grade Discovery students. Mr. Dougherty, our Music Enrichment teacher, invited Sammy Foster ( all the way from Austin, TX to come talk with our kids about music, share his many talents, and to give them all a hands-on bucket drumming session. Yes, all of ⅚ in the gym at once!!! What a treat for our students  and an experience they won’t soon forget. Thank you, Sammy and Mr. Dougherty!!!

Mrs. Zuniga/Mrs. Bengson’s Math:

Varsity: Our class has just finished practicing expanded form of decimal numbers and fraction form. Our next focus will be comparing and ordering decimals before we take our next quiz. Our students got into groups and created decimal numbers through hearing the number only. (Pictures below) Our goal is to take our next quiz on introduction of decimals by next Friday.

Scholastic: For our second unit, students are learning about estimating decimals and whole numbers and how important it is for mental math. Our focus for this week has been multiplying decimals. Multiplication facts are very important for this unit.

Honors: I recommend that students know perfect squares and perfect cubes up to 12 for squares and 10 for cubes. Another crucial part of Algebra itself is knowing multiplication facts and factors of numbers. I do recommend that if students are having trouble with these, they practice and study each day to know perfect squares and cubes along with multiplication facts. Students are working on order of operations and the importance of completing operations in a specific order to get the correct answers.

Mrs. Nijjar’s Math:

Varsity: In this Palindrome week, we continued learning about decimals – adding and subtracting decimals, comparing decimals, and rounding decimals. For our creative learning day, students played decimal dough with their names by adding and subtracting decimal numbers corresponding to the letters in their name. In addition, students also solved an alligator puzzle by rounding the decimals and coloring the picture. In the coming weeks, students will be learning about multiplying decimals with 2-digit, 3-digit, and 4-digit whole numbers.

Access to Khan Academy: Usernames and passwords for all students in my Varsity group have been created. The students have the details to login in their Binder. I always encourage students to access and work on Khan Academy whenever possible since the assignments(assigned by me) are aligned to the Common Core Math Standards.

Honors: We talked about the Palindrome week, and students were excited about identifying the dates for this week and the coming week. In this week, students learned about solving one-step and two-step equations by matching different pieces of the puzzle. The students also learned about translating the algebraic terms by creating clues to challenge their friends to ‘find their floor’. They used algebraic phrases to write their clues. In the coming weeks, students will be learning about plotting inequalities on the number line and will start preparing for the upcoming Unit test.

Scholastic: As a class, we discussed about the Palindrome week, and the students were excited to know about these magic dates. This week students put their best efforts to take the first Unit test. In addition, we started with the first lesson of the second unit which is about exponents. In the coming weeks, students will be learning more about exponents and the strategies to solve them.

Ms. Rodieck’s Language Arts and Humanities

Would you believe the first trimester is about half over – it is week 7 already.  Students should be finishing up their first independently read book for Trimester One and their first book club book reports are due Monday, September 23.  The book report is a ‘one-pager’ where students can creatively share their book with others.  The second books will be assigned on Monday, September 23 – when the other books are turned in, book report done or not.  

Honors class has finished the first part of Music in Humanities and is moving on to the next part – learning about instruments, particularly in an orchestra.  They will be presenting their slide shows about their assigned instrument next week.  

Scholastic will also be creating their slide shows and will be sharing them in class later in the week.

Varsity got to do the wall outside our classroom this month.  They wrote poems about our heroes to go along with both the homecoming theme and  poetry unit.  

All classes started very basic and simple diagramming this week and we will continue to slowly build on the basics of subject and predicate.  All classes will continue weekly spelling and/or vocabulary.  We should all finish our first novel soon and will have a unit test mid-term at that time.  

Language Arts with Mr. Harding

We are learning to be healthy and happy through gratitude.  Each day I write one student’s name on the board and every person in the class has to write one genuinely positive thing about that student.  The students are learning that finding positives in others helps them stay positive about themselves.

We have been doing all of this diagramming for a reason.  It is time to write! In Harding’s ELA classes we will be putting our skills to use and writing with increased clarity thanks to our better understanding of language. We will focus on using our analytic diagramming skills to construct sentences lacking unnecessary and burdensome wordiness [sic].

Social Studies with Mr. Bird and Mr. McCarthy

Students started this week with creating a one-pager study guide to help prepare for the test. Tuesday, students continued to prepare for their unit test by playing various review games. Students played ZAP! which is a fun and competitive way to test their knowledge all while earning nest points for their team. Afterwards, students logged onto Chromebooks (pictured below) and played an online review game with Quizizz. Students are also now added to our Google Classroom!

Wednesday, students took their first unit test on early humans. This was worth 30 points and is 30% of their grade (see syllabus for grading breakdown). Grading is complete and updated in Aeries.

The rest of the week, all students will begin their next unit on Mesopotamia. They will first watch a brief documentary on the Sumerians as they fill out a See-Think-Wonder worksheet writing down observations about what they see, what they think, and what they wonder about the ancient Sumerians. Friday, students will label and color a map of Mesopotamia to have an understanding of the geography of the region we are studying.

Science with Ms. Diaz:

Greetings scientists! This week was all about Newton’s most famous discoveries (calculus, gravity, laws of motion, reflecting telescope), black holes, and scientists’ theories on what gravity actually “is” vs “what it does.” We also tinkered with devices such as gyroscopes and pendulums. Tests have been graded and will be put into Aeries soon. Last but not least, come one and come all to check out the DCS science blog site at: Read all about the Top Ten Most Armored Cars (Kyle Ardenyi), Zest (Tejpreet Banwait) and Black Holes (Mustafa Amiri). Prepare to be SCIENCED!

Awesomely, interesting announcements:

  • Mission to Mars final parent meeting before the registration deadline is on Tuesday, Oct. 1st @ 6pm room D9 (DCS building). Registration and deposit payment is due October 4th, so this meeting intends to assist with registration and payment and/or answer any decision-factor questions.
  • Don’t forget to register—> Saturday, September 21st- Expanding Your Horizons event for 6-12th grade girls at the University of the Pacific

Stay curious & keep exploring!!!

Art with Ms. Losen:

This week in art we finished painting our three individual depictions of “utopia” and planned the layout for wall-display. Some classes planned a specific color gradient before beginning and lined them up that way whereas others grouped the tiles by subject. We also began work on paper laurels for students to wear in the homecoming parade later this month.






Discovery Middle School 7-8

Upcoming Dates:

  • Homecoming week BEGINS SEPTEMBER 23rd!
  • Early release day on Wednesday September 25th at 1:00pm for the Homecoming Parade!
  • CJSF Donation Drive for McHenry House begins Monday 9/16/19 and ends on 9/23. Flier with a list of wanted items will be sent home

Top Nest Earners for Week 5!

Teacher Highlight!

Ms. Greene

This year, 7/8 has the privilege of gaining a new Language Arts teacher: Ms. Greene! The students have been enjoying her class and have nothing but praise and admiration of her.

My name is Ms Greene, I grew up here in Tracy my entire life and went to West High. After high school I went to Sac State and received my bachelors in English. I am currently going to school for my credentials in Stockton at Teachers College of San Joaquin where I go every Wednesday evening. I am a die hard baseball fan, Go A’s! I also enjoy reading and swimming. I hope to have a great first year of teaching here at Discovery.

Language Arts with Ms. Greene

This week in Language Arts we have been continuing our writing journey with writing introductions. In all classes the introduction from their third writing prompt was due and their had been a tremendous growth in their quality of writing. Students are beginning to excel in creating their own thesis to multiple different types of essays.  

        Along with the introductions, all classes had debates that were focused on articles that were about current events and relations to health and wellness. Students had great arguments and valued each others opinions during the debate. I would like to shout out to 3 students in particular: Honors-Joshua Wlliams, Varsity- Angel Martinez, and Scholastic- Alyssa Garcia.

        On Friday students will be starting to write in their newly created journals for Free Thought Friday. These journals will be used weekly for creative writing prompts in which they will be able to write freely as long as it applies to the topic.

Reminder: Study vocabulary weekly!!

Language Arts with Mrs. Cerezo

This week in Language Arts classes turned in their next writing assignment and each student had a conference to discuss their essays and their writing progress.

Each class also had their first of many debates. We read four short articles and debated them! The students did amazingly with this. Every class had a lot of information to offer! We also played “Musical Chairs Writing” where students wrote to music and switched chairs once the music stopped to continue their neighbors essay.

Bucket Drumming!

This week the students attended an assembly on Bucket Drumming! It was amazing! The students had so much fun listening to the performance and even creating their own beats on their own bucket drums.

Social Studies and Leadership with Ms. Zaca:

Social studies:

Scholastic and Honor students began the week by taking their vocabulary quiz and ended the week taking the quiz on the 12 Roman Tables, Patricians, and Plebians. Varsity students took their vocabulary quiz Thursday.

This week, all students began learning about daily life in Ancient Rome. Did you know that the ancient Romans loved racing mice against each other as a past time? Students were divided up into different groups and read information on one of the five categories of ancient life: food, fun, school, women, and gods. They then went back to their regular groups and became “Teachers”; teaching their regular table members all about their category.

Scholastic and Honor students were also asked to complete the PowerPoint notes on page 16 as homework. Wednesday, they discussed the Punic Wars and how Ancient Rome made sure to wipe out any future reemergence of Carthage by mixing salt into their soil to prevent crops from growing. Talk about taking extreme measures to defeat your enemies!

Campus Beautification September 14th, 2019

Thank you to all those who had students sign up for our first-ever Discovery Campus Beautification! Due to limited resources, we are only accepting 20 students. Those students who were selected, all received letters and were sent home with it. Discovery cannot wait to start this project with the students!

Homecoming Parade Wednesday, September 25th, 2019

Here in Discovery, we have chosen Homer and the Iliad/Odyssey as our theme for our float. We decided to go with Homer for two reasons: one, he is considered one of the literary heroes in literature with his two epic poems and two, his books gave the world (especially those in the Science world) insight on how the ancient Greeks took care of their wounded.

Students have already started working hard on our float! Please remember that any student signed up to be part of the parade will need to bring any colored. twin/full-size bedsheet (preferably white) to school on Monday.

Spanish with Ms. Polo

Test #1 should be returned or coming back by next week depending on the class. We are starting Lectura which is reading in Spanish for all 30 letters. These next few classes they should know how to read A and B aloud and be able to translate it to English. There are 30 vocabulary words they are responsible for in these 2 readings. They are highlighted in class! Ask your child to read it to you, they sound amazing! I’m so proud

Technology with Ms. Ferguson

Technology 5th-8th grade is currently finishing up their presentations on their favorite digital platform.  Once done they will be learning how to conduct Google searches in the most efficient way possible, and have a digital scavenger hunt to show off their new Google searching skills!

Art with Ms. Losen

This week in art we finished painting our three individual depictions of “utopia” and planned the layout for wall-display. Some classes planned a specific color gradient before beginning and lined them up that way whereas others grouped the tiles by subject. We also began work on paper laurels for students to wear in the homecoming parade later this month.

Millennium High School


Spanish with Sra. De La Torre

Students in Spanish 1 have learned a lot in the past six weeks.  They learned how to greet people and say goodbye. They are now able to recite the whole Spanish alphabet. They know all 21 Spanish speaking countries and their capitals. They learned colors and animals.  They are able to introduce themselves and others, as well as exchange phone numbers.  They know the days of the week, and can talk about the weather. This week the students worked in groups to create a script in which they had to demonstrate how they are able to use all of the previously mentioned in a conversation.  They are supposed to rehearse the script and present it to the class as a Skit on Monday.  They are being very creative and are doing a great job at collaborating with one another!

Spanish I students collaborate to write their script and practice their skit, which they will be presenting on Monday.

We started Spanish 2 with a review of what was learned during Spanish 1. The students remembered most of the vocabulary. However, they needed reinforcement in grammar.  This week, the students worked in partners to create their own “Telehistoria.” First, they had to write a script in Spanish about a jersey that needs to get autographed by a famous soccer player. They all wrote creative scripts, with very interesting plots. They will be acting and recording these as their “Telehistoria.” They will turn in their videos this Monday.  I can’t wait to watch them!

In Spanish 3, we are currently covering our “Vamos a acampar” unit.  In this unit, the students are learning vocabulary about camping, and outdoor activities.  The students are using preterite tense to talk about what they did during their past trips.  This week the students worked on creating a brochure in Spanish, in which they are supposed to advertise a Spanish speaking country.  They started by doing research, since they have to talk about food, tourist places, and fun activities to do in the country they chose. The students are doing a great job on their brochure and they will be presenting these on Tuesday!






We have placed our first major spirit wear order in seven years! You can purchase from the Activities Offices or at our monthly Student Stores. Gear will also be sold at our athletic games throughout the year.

Junior Kaelyn Cook models our rainbow tie-dye long-sleeved shirt and our white bucket hat.

Peregrine Hannah Verhoek shows her Falcon spirit with our black bucket hat.

Anton Souza, Junior, displays our Millennium Falcons classic kangaroo pocket hoodie with liquid gold ink lettering.

Peregrine Margaret Fagbolu and Kestrel Shika Acolatse model our embroidered beanie, embroidered bucket hat, and short-sleeved tie-dyed old-school “Flying M” logo shirts.

Kailey Galli, Junior, shines with Falcon pride in our new long sleeved chest/back combo logo shirt, just in time for Fall weather!

The back of our chest/back logo combo shirt.

Shika Acolatse, Saker, sports our super-soft white crewneck chest/back-logo sweatshirt and fanny pack (can be worn cross-body or kangaroo style!) with black bucket hat.

This year we have a lot of new styles and designs to choose from — some pictured — and many more! Bucket hats, fanny packs, lanyards, hydro-flask style water bottles, long and short sleeve t-shirts, crew sweatshirts, hoodies, and more in myriad colors and sizes… you don’t want to miss the first major spirit wear order in seven years, so come check out our must-have Falcon spirit wear at our Student Store next week!

Prices – Athletic Gear

Cotton Tees –        $10

Dri-Fit        –         $15

Socks         –        $15

Blankets –        $20

Hats         –        $25

Hoodies –        $30

Prices – Spirit Wear

Lanyards –        $10

S/s tees –        $15

Fanny Packs –        $15

Water bottle –         $20

Bucket Hats –        $20

Beanies –        $20

S/s tie-dye –        $20

L/s tees –        $20

L/s tie-dye –        $25

Crew swtshrt –        $30

Hoodies –        $35

Leadership has also designed limited-edition “MHS INFLUENCER” shirts that will be available for pre-order with payment of $25!

Homecoming Royalty

Nominations were received from teachers, tallied, and shared this week in Unity.

Saker – 9th


Joel Aguilar

Vivek Cherian

Xavier Moore

Pierce Real


Eunice Bragg

A Ni Clepper

Michelle Bai

Arianna Billings

Amur – 10th


Carson Edwards

Thomas Rhead

Sebastian Valenzuela

Nate Washington


Janida Williams

Julie Keim

Loren Pante

Vivan Luera

Peregrine – 11th


Anton Souza

Christopher Smedley

Jeremy Adams

Logan Malsack


Emma Brown

Jinbi Diaz

Ingrid Moshan

Maria Turner

Kestrel – 12th


Gio Rangel

Kaiden Joseph

Matthew Ramirez

Spencer Norvell


Alondra Camarena

Eva Moore

Maya Quinones

Shika Acolatse

Ballots are electronic through Google Forms. Nest leaders will link their nests to the ballot for their royalty. Students have until Thursday, September 19th to elect their nest’s prince and princess, and vote for the Seniors who will be HOCO King and Queen.

If you are interested in participating in Powderpuff, you must EMAIL Miss Lamanna, If you have not emailed, you may not participate. We are making the verified absent list for Tuesday and Thursday practices, next week from 3-4 on the MHS field.

If you plan to bring a guest to the HOCO Dance on 9/27 after the game, you must obtain a Guest Pass from Miss Lamanna in the Activities Office (next to the counselors’ office). Guests will not be admitted if their guest pass has not been submitted to Miss Lamanna by 9/26.

We are 12 days away from our annual Homecoming Parade! Students should be helping with their nest’s floats, but remember to prioritize academics.


Academic Competition Club, which encompasses Speech and Debate, Mock Trial, and Academic Decathlon, will be offered at both lunches on Tuesdays and Thursdays beginning next week. These exciting competition-based clubs prepare students for the challenges of college and look terrific on your resume, as well as helping you build team and communication skills. Get in touch with Miss L if you have any questions!

Chess Club will be meeting Tuesdays in Room 302, Mr. Copass’s room.

Orgulla Latino/Latin Pride Club will be having a fiesta at second lunch on Monday to celebrate Mexican Independence Day (Dia de la raza). Come and enjoy Mexican treats, live music, and a dance performance!


Fall semester interns have already completed a month of their internship! There are currently 66 seniors participating in their Senior Internship experience.  Spring semester interns will begin the interviewing and placement process in the next few weeks. If you know of a business interested in offering an internship opportunity, please contact Mrs. Schaffran at  The Senior Internship Program is a 5 credit graduation requirement in which students fulfill a 10 hour a week unpaid internship in the community or on campus. Each week, a seminar class meets and covers the 21st Century Skills curriculum introducing young adults to the world of work.

Thank you to the businesses in the community that currently have interns this semester in support of our program:

Amigo Tires and Brakes

Astoria Gardens

Boys and Girls Club Central School

Boys and Girls Club Monte Vista Clubhouse

Boys and Girls Club North School

City of Tracy Channel 26 – Media Services

City of Tracy Department of Engineering Services

City of Tracy Parks & Recreation

Grand Theatre Center for the Arts

Great Beginnings Preschool

In Shape Club

In Shape Fit Club

In Shape Sport Club

Main Street Music

MHS Sport Management

Millennium High Film Production

Networks By Design, Inc.

Patel, Pulliam, and Hubli Medical

Primary Charter School

Reich’s Pharmacy

San Joaquin County Sheriff Explorer Program

San Joaquin County Worknet Center

Skyview Aviation

Sutter Tracy Community Hospital – Child Birthing Center

Sutter Tracy Community Hospital – Physical Therapy Department

Sutter Tracy Community Hospital – Same Day Surgery

Sutter Tracy Community Hospital – Wound Care

SweetArts Bakery

The Dugout

The Flower Pavilion

The Tracy Press

TLC Technology Department

Tracy Chamber of Commerce

Tracy Chiropractic

Tracy Learning Center – Maintenance/Operations

Tri Valley Orthopedic Specialists

VBR Children and Family Services

VCA Old River Animal Hospital

Versaille Salon

Pictures from our previous Spring 2019 internships

Sutter Tracy Physical Therapy            Reichs Pharmacy                    Boys and Girls Club


PSAT (Preliminary SAT) is scheduled for Wed October 30th – We are now taking registrations  –  The cost is $18 per student (Cash or Check – no refunds available) and will be from 7:30am – 11:45am in the Gym. The PSAT is a great practice tool for the actual test. All students can sign up in the counseling office. A practice booklet will be given upon registering. Space is limited.

FREE SAT/ACT Practice Test: If you want to practice for the SAT, the Tracy Library is offering: SAT/ACT Practice Test, Saturday, September 14, 2019, 10:00am. Registration required (in person, by phone 866-805-7323, or online)

Tutors for all subjects needed!!!

We are looking for high school students that are interested in tutoring various subjects including math, history, science, and spanish. Paid opportunities are also available. If interested, students can visit the Millennium High School counseling office to pick up a tutor application.

Scholarship Expo for Spanish Speaking Families

Silicon Valley

STEM College and Career Fair


Sunday, Oct. 6  |  1 p.m. – 4 p.m.



Free and open to the public, the fair is for college-bound students interested in college majors and careers in engineering, medicine, computer science, and other STEM fields.

Students will meet face-to-face with hundreds of college representatives and industry professionals — all in one place. They’ll get their questions answered about majors, degree programs, campus visits, internships, scholarships, financial aid, and much more. Plus, they can take advantage of STEMinars on topics such as writing a winning college essay and standing out in the admission process.


Interested in donating to the Athletics program?  Here are 2 great opportunities!  If you would like to help us purchase new equipment for the weight room we hope to have open by winter, you may donate here (We are just $7,000 shy of our $20,000 starting goal!!):

Weekly Schedule (Girls Volleyball, Cross Country and Football): 

Friday 9/13- JV (5pm) & V (7:30pm) Football vs Riverbank High, played at West High

        Mini Cheer Camp will be performing at the Varsity halftime!

Monday 9/16- XC at the Stockton Soccer Complex, 4pm (MVL meet)

Tuesday 9/17- Varsity girls volleyball at Brookside Christian, 5pm

Thursday 9/19- Girls volleyball (Only date all 3 teams play at home together!) vs Stone Ridge Christian played at West High (4/5/6pm)

Friday 9/20- Varsity football @ Brookside Christian, played @ St. Mary’s High, 6pm kick-off

Saturday 9/21- Frosh girls volleyball @ Stockton Classic Tournament

Sports Scores from 9/6-9/12/19:

Varsity Football:  Falcons 35, CSD 32

Varsity Girls Volleyball:  Falcons 3, Elliot Christian 1

Cross Country:  Carson Edwards placed 2nd and Riley Vatran 6th at their meet at Hogan Lake



Meet The Coaches!

  Hey there Falcons, my name is Nate Shelton and I am one of the assistant coaches for this year’s MHS football team. I am a new teacher here at MHS. I have been having a blast with the boys so far, and I am very excited to see what kind of success we can have this year in football. I found myself at Millennium because I have a desire to see children succeed. I believe that this school and these teams have the right goals when it comes to seeing our kids succeed on and off the field as well as inside or outside the classroom. Despite being new here, I am very excited for the future here at Millennium, one that I see myself being a part of for a very long time. In addition to football, I will be around again in the spring coaching Track and Field. In general, my goals for coaching are always simple and will never change. Develop good young men and women and prepare them to be successful in the future. Regardless of what they decide to do.

Outside of coaching I love all things sports. On any given Sunday you’ll find me cheering for the Philadelphia Eagles, America’s real team. My love for sports, especially football is from deep within. To the point where I can’t ever get enough. I love watching and coaching football and it is an honor to be able to be involved here at Millennium. Fly Falcons Fly Go Birds -Coach Shelton

Outside of being an Eagles fan, Coach Shelton has been a great addition to the Millennium Coaching Staff!! -Miss Balsamo  😉

If that’s not school spirit, I don’t know what is!!  FALCON PRIDE!!

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Fall 2019 – Homework Support Schedule Millennium High School students can receive additional help with their homework during the following days/times. Please see schedule below:

Fieldtrip: UC Santa Cruz – Friday November 8, 2019

Millennium High School students will be visiting the UC Santa Cruz campus on November 8, 2019. The field trip is only currently open to Seniors and Juniors. Anyone interested in attending can pick up a permission slip in the MHS Counseling office. For questions, please contact MHS Counseling at (209) 627-8299 or email: