Last night marked the end of an era when Virginia Stewart gave her last director’s report at the Tracy Learning Center board meeting. The moment was bitter-sweet, especially for those of us who have had the opportunity to work under her guidance and leadership for so many years. Board members, TLC staff, and distinguished representatives from the city of Tracy expressed their gratitude for Virginia’s steadfast leadership, innovative thinking, commitment to putting students first, and her ability to adapt and change but never waiver from the vision of TLC.
In recognition for founding the Tracy Learning Center schools and her excellence as its leader for the past 20 years, the Tracy Learning Center Board of Directors approved a resolution to rename the administration building located at 51 E. Beverly Place the Virginia Stewart Administration Building. She also received special recognition and honor from Mayor Nancy Young and District 5 Supervisor, Robert Rickman, who presented her with certificates on behalf of the city of Tracy.
Mrs. Stewart is a once-in-a-lifetime leader. Those who have been able to learn from her recognize what an honor we have been given, being able to learn from her example and follow her guidance! Thank you, Mrs. Stewart, for showing us what a true leader is, thank you for showing us what fearless determination looks like, thank you for always supporting new ideas and ways of thinking, thank you for giving us the freedom to teach students in innovative ways, thank you for sharing your knowledge and insight with us, and thank you, most of all, for gifting us with the most amazing gift of all—Primary Charter School, Discovery Charter School, Millennium High School, and the Tracy Learning Center Preschool!!!! We are all honored to carry on your legacy and we wish you the very best that retirement can bring. We love you!!!
Our PCS students wanted to thank all our Healthcare Workers for their hard work through this crazy year. Our classes hand-made cards to express our gratitude. The Tracy Sutter Staff were very thankful! Great job Falcons!!
Good morning parents and guardians,
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Yearbooks are here! 2020-21 Yearbooks may be picked up after school in the Millennium Lunch Area daily from 6/21 to 6/25. If you did not already order a yearbook, limited extras are available! Yearbooks are $75 and may be purchased with a check or cash in the front office. All athletics and activities are covered in the book, as well as school portraits and student life. Order now to commemorate a most unusual and memorable year! Questions? Email Miss Lamanna, firstname.lastname@example.org.