TLC Charter Chatter – Weekly Newsletter

TLC Charter Chatter

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


A Message from our CEO, Carolyn Woods

Thank you to all who contributed to TLC’s Campus Beautification Fund! I am pleased to announce the Artificial Turf project is a go! The project is set to commence the first week of November (which is just around the corner!). The process will also include fencing off the entire area so that Primary can expand their playground and PE space. Thank you, again, for the generous donations! 

Don’t forget to click on each school’s specific link to read more about upcoming events this month. 

Mrs. Woods


TLC Announcements




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 9th Annual Golf Tournament is in the books. We had perfect weather and a great turnout. Thank you to the coaches who came out today to help or play from Baseball, Softball and Basketball. Thank you, Miss Lamana, Miss Arendsee, Miss Balsamo, and Mr. Young for coming out on your day off to play or help at the event. Between the staff members who donated, came to work or play, and our student-athletes who volunteered, we greatly appreciate your support. This is my biggest fundraiser every year and without the ones mentioned above and all our sponsors below, this event would not be a huge success without all of them.

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 

“Children and adolescents who do not get enough sleep have a higher risk of obesity, diabetes, injuries, poor mental health, and problems with attention and behavior.”

Check out this article to see the research from the CDC on the importance of sleep for children and adolescence, what risks or problems students with inadequate sleep can face, and what you can do at home to help your child or adolescent build and maintain healthy sleep habits.

Sleep for Children and Adolescents

If you have any questions or want more information 

(209) 290-0511 

Director Special Education