TLC Charter Chatter
News, Information, and Updates for Primary, Discovery, and Millennium Charter Schools
A Message from our CEO, Carolyn Woods
HOMECOMING week was amazing! I would like to extend a special thank you to our amazing staff, students, and families who showed up spirited day after day and participated in all of the activities. We started new traditions like Powder Puff for DCS (thanks, Coach Easterday!), and continued lasting traditions such as our Preschool-12th grade parade. Including the entire TLC community in homecoming activities is another unique aspect of our charter schools!
VERY SPECIAL THANKS to Ms. Tiffany Takeuchi, our Activities Director, for making this such a memorable 2023 Homecoming experience for all!
I am so proud to be a part of the FALCON FAMILY!!!!
THANK YOU to all who have contributed to our Campus Beautification Fund! All donations are tax-deductible. Donation letters will be sent to all parties in December 2023. Please share the link with family and friends!!!
Anyone can donate from anywhere!
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.
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!
What Is ADHD?
Reviewed by Psychology Today Staff
Attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder (previously known as attention deficit disorder or ADD) is a neurobehavioral disorder characterized by core symptoms of inattentiveness, distractibility, hyperactivity, and impulsivity. ADHD is thought to be the most common childhood mental health disorder, with estimates of its prevalence in children ranging from 5 to 11 percent. ADHD in adulthood is thought to be less common, with approximately 2 to 5 percent of adults diagnosed.
ADHD symptoms can interfere with work, school, household tasks, and relationships, and managing the disorder can be a challenge for both children and adults. Fortunately, there are treatments that have been shown to be effective, and anyone affected by ADHD can learn coping skills to work around struggles and harness their talents—as many successful individuals with ADHD have already done.
Click on the link to learn more: ADHD Basics