TLC Charter Chatter – No School Monday, Feb 20th

TLC Charter Chatter

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


A Message from our CEO, Carolyn Woods

TLC Proudly Celebrates Black History Month! 


The Millennium High School Black Student Union kicked off the celebration with a door decorating contest. Students designed and decorated classroom doors following a rubric that called for creativity and connections to the curriculum. The doors were judged by members of the BSU along with representatives from the Tracy African American Association. We applaud the hard work and effort demonstrated by all! 

Other celebrations around campus:






MHS math students created nets for 3-D Geometrical shapes and decorated them in honor of Black History Month. 

















PCS students are reading and learning about famous African Americans who have made a difference. 








The April early release day has been changed to Friday, April 28, 2023. Friday, April 21, 2023, will be a regular release day, with regular dismissal times. 



Good evening,

Thank you all for making this past Saturday’s Mother Son Masquerade Ball a huge success! Cristina Perez Photography captured every magical moment and pictures are ready for you to view. Click on the link below and purchase before the link expires!

Gallery Password: Dance23

Expiry: March 10th, 2023

To access the gallery, use the following case-sensitive password:
Gallery Password: Dance23
This collection will be online until:
Expiry: March 10th, 2023

Information Regarding TLC Food Services

Take a look inside classrooms By School- Upcoming Dates, Reminders, Announcements, and More!


PCS (Primary K-4)  –   PCS Charter Chatter

DCS (Discovery 5-8)    –              DCS Charter Chatter

MHS (Millennium 9-12)     –      MHS Charter Chatter


Lunch  Menu     –    Lunch Menus 2023



Need Before or After School Care? Use the QR codes below to find out more about Champions!


Special Education 

According to a recent study commissioned by Siemens Hearing Instruments, Piscataway, NJ, teen hearing loss may be on the rise, with 1 in 6 teens showing hearing loss symptoms often or all of the time and nearly 9 in 10 engaged inactivities that could place them at risk for hearing loss.

More Teens Showing Potential Signs of Hearing Loss

If you have any questions feel free to contact the special education department. 

Renu Singh 

(209) 290-0511 

Director Special Education