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Spring Parent Summit Survey

Please complete by May 4th.


Headstart, Preschool Screening and Registration

April 13 and April 27





Summit Implementation Parent Survey
Student Safety

Parents, today we received notification of a potential threat to student safety at TCMS.  Law enforcement was immediately notified, and appropriate actions were taken to investigate the situation.  Through the investigation, it has been determined that there is no cause for alarm.  Please continue to talk with your students about the importance of reporting perceived threats, and as always, thank you for continuing to support the students and staff at TCMS.

2018-2019 School Calendar cal

Print next year's school calendar HERE!

NTI/Raider Day
Vote Now for the 2018-2019 School Calendar!!! calendar 18

The calendar committee met Tuesday, February 6th and developed two proposed calendars for the 2018-2019 school year.   One calendar is Option 1 and one calendar is Option 2.  Please review the calendars then follow this link  and vote in favor of your preference.  Voting is completely anonymous.  Please vote by midnight on February 14th….the survey will be closed after that time.

Students survery
School Improvement Survey

As we approach the winter break, we are trying to collect a lot of input from our students, parents, faculty, and staff for school improvement.  We would like to get as many parents as possible to give their feedback on our culture and climate through a survey that is available on our web page.  The survey will only take a few minutes of your time, and will provide great information as we continue to plan for improvement within the school! 

The survey is available at the following link:

Player or Parent Survey

TCMS Students and Parents,


The fall sports season is coming to a close.  As such, we would like to offer you an opportunity to provide feedback on your experience with your respective program.  Please take a moment to complete the Player or Parent Survey linked below.  The survey should take no more than five minutes of your time.  Your feedback is important to us making decisions regarding extracurricular programs and coaching.  Thank you in advance!


Player Survey:


Parent Survey:

Raider Roundtable Raider Roundtable

Join us on December 12th.

Student-Led Parent Conferences

Attention TCMS Parents and Families!  Student-Led Parent Conferences are scheduled for October 25th, 5-7 pm.  Students will report to their Mentor Teacher and guide parents through their progress on the Summit Platform.  The Mentor Teacher will be there to assist and answer questions that you may have.  From there, students and parents are free to meet and greet with other teachers.  Refreshments will be provided in the Cafeteria.  Please note, TCMS will not be distributing report cards, but is asking parents to instead, logon to the Parent Platform to monitor student progress.

Summit Learning Insider
Having issues accessing websites from home with the Chromebook?

If a student is having issues accessing websites from the Chromebook, while away from the TCPS campuses, they will need to follow these instructions.


TCMS Summit Parent Presentation
Summit Learning Parent Session

Attention TCMS Parents & Families!  We are excited to announce that we will be hosting a Summit informational session for families on Tuesday, August 29th, in the TCMS Cafeteria.  Teachers will be in attendance and providing information regarding Personalized Learning Time, Project Time, Mentoring, and how these are playing out in their classrooms.  We will also be giving you the parent login information that you will need to access the platform and follow your child’s progress.  Come out and join us on August 29th!  Seventh grade will meet at 6:00 pm, and Eighth grade will meet at 7:15.  We look forward to seeing you, and answering any questions you may have regarding Summit Learning!!

Eclipse Update for Middle & High School Students Only

Solar Eclipse Viewing Update 8/16/2017 for Trimble Co. Middle & High School Students (only)

Our Solar Eclipse Viewing excitement quickly came to an abrupt halt yesterday afternoon for our secondary students when we received an emailed notification from our "Eclipse Sunglass" Vendor that stated they could not guarantee the authenticity of the sunglasses that we had purchased for our middle and high school students (Eclipse glasses for elementary students were donated from the local library).

Not only is this disappointing news but we quickly discovered as close as we are to the eclipse, there are not enough glasses available to buy in bulk for our students. However, we didn’t want to prevent any secondary students that have eclipse glasses from participating in the event. Therefore, if you want your middle or high school child to be able to participate in the outdoor viewing of the eclipse on August 21st, you will need to send in a permission form and a pair of eclipse glasses for your child to use during the eclipse. ONLY students that return a permission form and bring a pair of eclipse glasses will be permitted to go outside to view the eclipse. As stated in previous correspondence, for those that do not go outside for the viewing, alternative educational eclipse activities will be held inside during this time period and the eclipse will also be able to be viewed safely on media outlets within the school.

This change affects middle and high school students only. Elementary students will continue on as previously stated.

Permission Required to view Solar Eclipse eclipse


On August 21, 2017, for the first time since 1918, a solar eclipse will be visible on a path across the United States. Our District will not be in the direct path of totality for the solar eclipse but will still get to experience this historic event. The Schools have been busy planning to make this event a unique learning experience for our students.

On August 21, 2017, all District students (with your permission) will be allowed to go outside and participate in activities and view the period of near totality (“Solar Eclipse Viewing”). As always, student safety is our top concern.

Students in Grades 7-12 are getting Chromebooks chromebook

To prepare middle and high school students for learning in the technology age for both college and their future, TCPS students in grades 7-12 are receiving Chromebooks for the 2017-2018 school year.

Chromebooks are simply laptops that connect wirelessly to the Internet and use mainly web based applications including Google Classroom.

Chromebooks will help increase 21st Century Learning Skills, enhance

Have you made your child's appointment with their healthcare provider?

Every student in grades K-12 will be required to receive two doses of Hep A vaccine given 6 months apart prior to the start of the 18-19 school year. That means that appointments need to be made now.

Every student age 16 and over will be required to receive a second menningococcal vaccine in addition to the two Hep A vaccines.

Talking Points for Critical Incidents
Spring Schedule Revisions!

Parents, please click the links below to learn about our spring schedule revisions.

Parent Communication:

Student Presentation:


Power Saturday STEM Day and Camp Innovation Pathways to College Programs

Check out the links for some awesome opportunitie at NKU.



There are upcoming changes to the year page on Summit.

You can find more information on these changes by clicking the link below.


Parents, did you miss student-led conferences?

Lots of great information about the Summit Learning Platform can be found at the link listed below.  Check it out!


2017-2018 Revised School Calendar calendar
Print your Updated 2017-2018 Calendar HERE!