Parents & Students

Below you will find information, resources and links to the most commonly asked for information.

Attendance Procedures

Attendance Hotline: 231.933.5860

Regular school attendance is important and a major factor in the academic success of each student.  Active participation and interaction by students in the classroom is an essential part of the instructional process and is only experienced through regular attendance. The primary responsibility for ensuring regular school attendance rests with the parent(s)/guardian(s) and the student. Through the cooperative efforts of parent(s)/guardian(s), it is hoped each student will develop attendance habits and attitudes which will be helpful to his/her present and future endeavors.

All student absences and lateness (tardies) must be communicated with the school office. 

Please be sure to include the following information when communicating with the school office:

  • Student’s full name (with spelling)
  • Teacher's name
  • Applicable date and time
  • Your name and relationship to the student 
  • Reason for the student’s absence (If ill: report student's symptoms and diagnosis by doctor if applicable)
  • Length of time you expect the student to be absent or tardy
  • Number where you can be reached

Busing & Transportation

If your busing needs change at any time, please contact your school office or call the transportation department at 231.933.1933 for more information.

CLC After Hours Program

 

  • After Hours After School ProgramThe Community Learning Center (CLC) is open to all students and runs weekly, Monday through Thursday after school. CLC offers multiple programming options including academic support, music, physical fitness, art, cooking, volunteer opportunities and so much more. Visit the CLC webpage to learn more. 

Daily School Schedule

Monday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday Schedule

  •  7:50 AM -  9:21 AM        1st Block
  •  9:21 AM -  9:26 AM         Passing Time
  •  9:26 AM - 10:57 AM       2nd Block
  • 10:57 AM - 11:02 AM       Passing Time
  • 11:02 AM - 12:33 PM      3rd Block
  • 12:33 PM -  1:13 PM        Lunch
  •  1:13 PM -  2:47 PM         4th Block

Tuesday Mentor Schedule

  •  7:50 AM -  9:11 AM        1st Block
  •  9:11 AM -  9:16 AM         Passing Time
  •  9:16 AM - 10:37 AM       2nd Block
  • 10:37 AM - 10:42 AM       Passing Time
  • 10:42 AM - 12:03 PM      3rd Block
  • 12:03 PM - 12:43 PM       Lunch
  • 12:43 PM -  1:13 PM       Mentor
  •  1:13 PM -  1:18 PM         Passing Time
  •  1:18 PM -  2:47 PM        4th Block

High School Programs

Lunch Information

 

Find Out if You Qualify for Free/Discounted Meals

TCAPS is proud to offer healthy meals to our students every school day. Children need healthy meals to fuel their learning and your child(ren) may qualify for free or reduced meal benefits

Whether or not your child plans to participate in the free and/or reduced meals program, the information is vital for the district. It is used not only to determine meal prices for qualifying families, but it is also used as part of the application process for a number of grants and other opportunities TCAPS participates in. We are pleased to be able to offer qualifying families with free or discounted meal rates, so if you think your family might qualify, please External Linkapply today

PowerSchool Public Portal

PowerSchool Public Portal can be accessed by both students and parents to view class schedules,  keep track of grades and attendance, set up email notifications, and receive comments from teachers. 

Snow Days

There are multiple ways you can find out if school is closed due to inclement weather:

  • All local radio and televisions stations announce school closings on a regular basis
  • Call the bus hotline - 231.933.1955
  • Visit the External Linkdistrict website or the school website. A pop up will come on the screen if there is a closing alert (pop up blocker must be turned off)
  • Follow the district on External LinkFacebook and/or External LinkTwitter

Want more information? View PDF DocumentSnow Day FAQs

Translation Services

Translation of any documents, or during any meeting, will be provided for any parent who requests translating. The process to request translation is: 

Contact your school and make a request. The school will then make the request through the Human Resources Department, and a translator will be provided. A school may use the Tele-Interpreter Service if no translator is available, or if translation services are an immediate need.

Volunteering

Throughout the school year, TCHS looks for parent volunteers to help in various positions. If you are interested in volunteering, please contact the main office or speak with your student's teacher. All volunteers will need to complete the district's online volunteer application and a background check before volunteering at the school. To complete the application and for more information on volunteering, please visit the External Linkdistrict's volunteer page. Thank you for your support!