TLC Charter Chatter
News, Information, and Updates for Primary, Discovery, and Millennium Charter Schools
A Message from our CEO, Carolyn Woods
Next week is a very exciting time for TLC- IT’S HOMECOMING!!! Everyone gets involved during homecoming week- from our wonderful staff and families at the preschool all the way up to our proud senior class. We hope to see you all participate in the following events:
**September 25-29th: Spirit Week for all schools- click on each school’s link for more details on specific dress-up days.
**Wednesday, September 27th– Powder Puff Games on the TLC Campus:
DCS Mini Game 5:30-6:00 PM, MHS Game Starts at 6:30
**Thursday, September 28th– TLC ERAS HOMECOMING PARADE! The parade will wind its way through downtown Tracy. It will start on Central Ave. promptly at 2 PM. (This is an Early Release Day)
**Friday, September 29th– HOMECOMING FOOTBALL GAME! 6 PM @ West High School, come support our FALCONS!
**Saturday, September 30th– HOMECOMING DANCE- 6:30 PM to 10:00 PM on the TLC campus (This dance is for high school students only).
Participating in homecoming activities is a great way to show your
Picture re-takes for PCS, DCS, and MHS will take place in the gym on Monday, Oct. 2 from 8 – 10:30am (set up around 6am)
Pre-K and TK’s re-takes will be immediately following at approximately 10am also on Monday, Oct. 2, 2023.
Upcoming School Improvement Meetings:
Primary: Monday, September 25, 2023 @ 8:30 AM in the Gym. If you cannot make it in person, we also offer a virtual option:
PCS ZOOM Link for SIC https://tracylc-net.zoom.us/j/86252163876
Discovery: Tuesday, September 26, 20203 @ 12:30 PM in D6. Discovery also offers a virtual option:
Join Zoom Meeting
Millennium: Date and time TBD- If you are interested in attending, email Mr. Young at email@example.com.
ALL TLC Parents:
The State of California has mandated that both parents have their educational level reported each year. This is a change from only requesting the highest education level of either parent. This data is used for funding the school.
This information will be used to update the information in Aeries.
The annual MHS Golf Tournament is here again!!
Take a look inside classrooms By School- Upcoming Dates, Reminders, Announcements, and More!
Lunch Menu – Lunch Menus 2023
Need Before or After School Care? Use the QR codes below to find out more about Champions!
Dear TLC Parents:
I would like to take this opportunity to introduce myself, my name is Lilian Zelaya-Coria and I am the new school-based therapist on campus. I am excited to be part of the Tracy Learning Center Staff and look forward to getting to know our students and providing them with the social and emotional support they need.
A little about me, I was born in the East Coast and lived in New York, El Salvador, and Sonoma County. I come from a multicultural background as I am of Colombian and Salvadorian descent and speak Spanish. I received my Bachelor’s degree in Psychology and minor in Spanish. I obtained my Masters Degree in Social Work at San Jose State University and became a Licensed Clinical Social Worker (LCSW). I have two young children ages two and six who are my biggest treasures.
For the past four years I was working at the Santa Clara County Department of Family and Children Services (DFCS) at the Child Abuse and Neglect Reporting Hotline as a CPS screening social worker conducting assessments of abuse and neglect. Prior to this I provided individual therapy and family therapy at Alum Rock Counseling Center in San Jose, working with at-risk youth who were on informal probation. I also worked with school-aged children through the Restorative Justice Program. I provided mental health services at Kidango with children in pre-school and elementary. In addition, I worked at the National Hispanic University with the TRiO Educational Talent Search Program gearing middle school students in the pre-college program and taking them to field trips to universities and exposing them to extracurricular events.
As a School-Based Therapist, my goal is to provide support to students in meeting their social, emotional, and educational needs that impact their learning process. The following services will be offered for the 2023/24 school year such as individual counseling sessions, small group counseling sessions with parent permission for students who may benefit.
In addition to the referral additional assistance to other programs and services in the community may be offered for those who require a higher level of care.
This is short-term intervention program consisting of approximately 6 to 8 weeks and will not be long term services.
I am excited to work collaboratively as a team!
If you have any questions or want more information on counseling services, feel free to contact Liliana or Ren.