Covid-19 Updates

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We are all in this together… and like a family, we will get through this together.

During these challenging times we realize how difficult even the little things can be. The staff at TMCS wants to let you know we are still your partner in your child’s education. Remote learning can be a difficult, especially for parents. This page will act as a guide, offering you access to educational websites and information that will help support your child’s learning. We also want to celebrate all “the good” that our students are doing. We will share some of the positive stories with you so we can all shift our focus from time to time to the accomplishments of our amazing students.
Please let us know how we can continue to support you and your child through this challenging time as we work together to make remote learning a positive experience for all.

In Gratitude,

Denise Pesce
TMCS Principal

 

Unique Learning Opportunities

Even before remote classrooms, the TMCS education model has been based on creative and hands-on learning opportunities. We have always encouraged a “follow your nose” learning approach. Now is a great time to learn from your back yard, from your family, through creative play or by slowing down and listening. Click on these links to learn about unique learning opportunities and creative ideas.

Growing Minds – Farm to School Lesson Plans by Age Group

Kids Garden Activities and Lessons

Yoga and Singing – Virtual Classes with VTV

What to Write When You Don’t Know What to Write

National Geographic for Kids – Weird But True, Brain Boosters & Cool Stuff

Educational Netflix Shows – Elementary, Middle, High School

Scholastic Magazine – Articles & Activities for Kids

Remote Learning

Unconventional times call for unconventional approaches.  But just because we are learning remotely doesn’t mean we aren’t connected.  At TMCS we are committed to our team approach; teachers, parents, and students working together to inspire academic excellence and discovery.  Use these links to learn about virtual classrooms, specialized learning, and interventions.

NCDI Parent Resources for Remote Learning

Office of Early Learning – Weekly Remote Learning Activities

Downloadable Books – Henderson County Public Library

Wide Open School

COVID-19 – Community Resources

The amount of information swirling around us can be overwhelming. Use these links to connect with the information sources that help inform TMCS.

No Kid Hungry
Locate nearby free meal sites and delivery for children 18 and younger.

Building a Self-Care Plan

Prevent Child Abuse North Carolina

Student Meal Options in Henderson County

Locate Meals by Texting