TLC Charter Chatter – Feb 16th 2021





Preschool –

Dear Friends and family,

Tracy Learning Center Preschool needs your sweet support! We’re selling yummy See’s Candies for our spring fundraiser. Our goal is to raise money for outside play equipment. From now until March 12, 2021, you can make a purchase and a percentage will go to our school.  Please help us reach our goal by sharing with your friends and family.

Visit our shop…
to pick and choose your favorites and buy your candy online. It’s that easy!

Happy shopping, and thanks for your support!









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SAVE THE DATE: Summer Delta College Early Start Info Meeting Tuesday 2/23 at 11:30am Current 9th-11th grade students and their parents/guardians are invited to join our upcoming informational Zoom meeting about the Delta College Early Start Program for Summer Semester. This program is an amazing opportunity to take tuition-free Delta College classes while in high school. If a student earns a B or higher in a college class, Millennium High School will award that student with a $100 scholarship! *Please note that all Delta classes will be held online this summer.* There are multiple steps a student must take to qualify for the program, but interested students should make sure they are earning A’s and B’s in their high school classes, have time in their schedule for an online college class this summer (students may take an MHS Fast Track class AND a Delta class), and follow all outlined steps carefully and on time. Much more information will be shared at our meeting, which will be recorded for later viewing for those who cannot attend live on Zoom. All the required paperwork will also be released following the meeting. **On-campus students may tune in live during their study hall period (bring headphones/ear buds), and catch anything they miss by viewing the recording which will be posted following the meeting.** Summer Delta College Early Start Info Meeting WHEN: Tuesday, February 23 at 11:30am-12:30pm WHERE: On Zoom at this link:


In the Classroom…..

This past week the anatomy and physiology students at Millennium diagramed the structures of the eyeball. After learning the different parts of the eye, they were ready to see them in a real specimen. Our on-campus students conducted a cow eyeball dissection while using document cameras and break-out rooms to allow the distance learning classmates to see the actual structures in the eye of the cow which are very similar to our own eyeballs. The in-person dissectors needed to use their senses and communication skills to express to their classmates how the different parts felt and looked. It was an all-around fun learning experience for the anatomy and physiology students.




MHS Athletics is back!

It has been 46 weeks and 4 days (326 days) since any of our teams last participated in a CIF Athletic Contest. This afternoon that streak was officially broken as the CCAA & MVL Cross Country teams took to the course in Turlock for the 1st time. Rather than racing in the typical male/female groups, school cohorts were assigned start times in 5-minute intervals, with the Millennium squad taking to the line at about 3:40pm.

We had 18 runners representing the Falcons, some of which were wearing a Millennium uniform for the first time. 🖤💛
Granted, their season is very shortened and will only include 4-5 meets, the opportunity to compete has been greatly anticipated. Today was such a renewed energy for the student-athletes, Athletic Directors, and parents, and it’s good to be back!
For the boys, Carson Edwards finished in 3rd place. For the girls, Carrie Weiss placed 2nd, Riley Vatran 3rd, and Sydney Skaggs 4th. Their next meet is Thursday!