TLC Charter Chatter

News, Information, and Updates for Primary, Discovery, and Millennium Charter Schools


A Message from our CEO, Carolyn Woods

I would like to extend a big thank you to Mr. Young and his leadership team for creating such a memorable prom for our students. You did an amazing job! Thank you to Mrs. Griffin for the DJ skills and thank you to all staff members who donated your valuable time to help with chaperoning duties! Next up. . . . senior breakfast, MHS awards ceremony, and grad night!

Thank you to all parents who showed your appreciation to our staff by showering them with accolades and treats this week. I know it was TRULY appreciated!!!



Next Year’s School Calendar – 2022-23

This month’s lunch Calendar:



Tracy Learning Center Pre-K



Parents…It’s your turn to have a night out! Come join us for a fun night of dancing at Adult Prom! Click on the link below for a registration form. Forms with payment can be dropped off in the front office. Space is limited, so get your ticket before it sells out.


Primary Charter School

Thank you to all of our PCS parents who showered our teachers with the most thoughtful gifts for Teacher Appreciation Week! These gifts were so heartfelt and moved our teachers deeply. It is very nice to feel appreciated, especially from you!

To all our PCS mothers, have a WONDERFUL Mother’s Day!

PCS Spring Concert

Tuesday, June 7th

Mark your calendars for the Primary Charter Spring Concert on Tuesday, June 7th. Performances will happen between 6:00 and 7:30 P.M., and phase-specific schedules will be sent out soon.

Please plan to bring your student and attend this concert if you can. Performances like this motivate higher achievement in music, promote healthy confidence, and provide our students with a great opportunity to apply the musical skills they are learning.



Champions are enrolling NOW for next school year! Please be sure to sign up soon, as they fill up every year.



Discovery Charter School 5th-8th:

Click here for DCS Charter Chatter!

Here is a PDF link to our Charter



May is Better Hearing and Speech Month!

The American Speech-Language Hearing Association has a wide array of resources available we would like to share with you.

Feel free to look through these resources and as always, reach out to a Tracy Learning Center speech therapist for further information or support!

Speech-Language Pathology Services in School

Communicating With Baby: Tips and Milestones From Birth to Age 5

Safe Listening for Life!

Be Tech Wise with Baby

Be Tech Wise with Toddler

Be Tech Wise with Baby- Spanish

Be Tech Wise with Toddler- Spanish

If you have any questions about this topic, or would like to learn more please contact Ren Singh at Director of Special Education.


Millennium High School



Millennium Speech and Debate is going to Nationals!

We are honored to share with you that seven of our high school students qualified to attend the National Speech and Debate Championship in Louisville, Kentucky, this June.

We would love it if you could help us out by donating to our gofundme at this link, and/or sharing on your social media. Thank you!





Currently hiring for the following coaching positions:

FALL 2022 Openings (July-Oct/Nov):

*Head Coaches- Varsity, JV, Frosh Girls Volleyball:

WINTER 2022/23 Openings (Oct-Feb/Mar):

*Head Coach- JV Boys Basketball

SPRING 2023 Openings (Jan-May:

*Head Coach- Varsity Boys Volleyball:

Mark your calendars…coming soon to a Tracy Learning Campus near you…we’ll be celebrating:



FAST TRACK 2022 – Monday, May 23rd to Friday, June 24th

FAST TRACK is a MANDATORY program for all high school students which gives them the opportunity to take ten credits of a course to remediate or accelerate, and/or to take a college course. During FAST TRACK, students take a full year (two semesters) of a course for 4.25 hours a day (includes a fifteen minute break) for five weeks beginning Monday, May 23rd to Friday, June 24th. The day begins at 8:30AM and ends at 12:45PM.

ATTENDANCE: Attendance during FAST TRACK is different from the school year in that students are only allowed to miss 8 hours of time during the entire FAST TRACK. Tardies count as one hour and a day is four hours. Any combination above 8 hours results in a need to withdraw and an F grade for the affected semester. There are no excused absences during FAST TRACK. This is necessary in order to meet the state requirement for issuing credit for a year’s worth of a course. Students may not miss more than two days (8 total hours). Four tardies are the equivalent of one day of school, therefore; two days absent and one tardy will result in a failing grade.

Letters have been mailed home including additional details as well as your child’s FAST TRACK class.




Fall 2022 College Ear\ly Start

The next opportunity for students to take a Delta College class is Fall 2022, beginning in August! The process for Fall 2022 has begun!

Brand new to CES and want to learn more? Watch this 6-minute overview video:

Ready to get started with step one? It’s time to apply online to Delta College! Refer to this 5-minute video for instructions on part one of this multi-step process: and then for further instructions on how to apply. You will need your Social Security Number handy to complete the application. Do this ASAP or you risk missing the deadline!!


ALL INTERESTED STUDENTS, NEW AND RETURNING TO COLLEGE EARLY START: The MHS Grade Check Google Form will be due Thursday, May 12th at 11:59pm. Based on your preferred classes, you may need to submit a College Early Start Form or a Dual Enrollment Form as well, which will be due on Monday, May 16th at 11:59pm. Students need to meet these deadlines, and be earning A’s and B’s in their high school classes to qualify. *The MHS Grade Check Form and recommended classes will be released on students’ Nest Google Classroom this week.*

One of our former Falcons, Matthew Adrineda (Class of 2015) has graduated from San Jose State University in their Visual Arts Program. He’ll be headed home for the summer to teach an exciting summer class at the Tracy Grand Theatre. The course is Character Design & Concept Art. If anyone is interested in working at a game company or animation studio, Matthew can help set up a proper foundation for future art school applicants to strengthen their portfolio for admissions. It’s not too soon to start! Middle and high school age students are encouraged and welcome to attend.

Here is the direct link to the class with course description and cost:

LUNCH: Ordering lunch is slightly different this year. All students should have a lunch account to pay for lunches. To register, go to and create an account. You must choose/type in your specific school (Millennium High School) and you will need your student school I.D. number. If you have any difficulties creating an account online, money can still be added to your account by either cash, check, or debit card. You can drop off payment in the lunch dropbox that is located in the main office. We are still in the process of adding new students to our mealtime system and hope to have it completed next week.

Lunch is ordered the day before it is delivered to class. All students should order their lunch during 4th period/HUB time. The Google Classroom code is SEUNSOU. Applications for Free & Reduced meals must be completed and turned in every year. You can apply on the school’s website.