TCAPS News & Events
From Facebook live chats with the principal to teacher video challenges, TCAPS educators are stepping up for students
Distribution centers and meal deliveries to continue though April 10th
District exploring options to hold virtual meetings in April
Students and families can now request school social worker support
Four distribution centers to begin serving breakfast and lunch March 18th
TCAPS among community entities that will address latest information related to ongoing pandemic
District takes proactive steps to help limit the spread of the virus
Long-standing partnership with USCG Air Station Traverse City benefits students and community
UPDATE: Out of an abundance of caution, MSU is moving to online classes only and suspending all activities until April 20, 2020. Therefore, this event has been canceled. Traverse City Central High School - TCAPS's Vocal Majority will not be traveling to MSU this weekend.
Traverse Bay Area Intermediate School District (TBAISD), in collaboration with Traverse Connect and TBA Credit Union, is seeking nominations for teachers, administrators and school support staff who make outstanding contributions toward the education of students throughout the five-county Traverse Bay region.
TCAPS is proud to offer healthy meal options and nutrition information for students and families.
On Saturday, May 2, 2020, a Cinco De Mayo dinner and fundraiser will be held at the Masonic Lodge (13360 S. W. Bay Shore Dr.) from 5:00 p.m. to 9:00 p.m. to support the TCAPS Global Service trip.
The TCAPS Indian/Anishinaabe Education Parent Committee’s Annual Public Meeting will be Monday, March 9, 2020, from 6:00 p.m. to 7:00 p.m. at Traverse City West Middle School (3950 Silver Lake Road) in the library.
Under Michigan legislation, high school students may request the opportunity to “test out” of any high school class they select.
Traverse City West Senior High School Theatre Department presents Peter and the Starcatcher, a prequel to Peter Pan based on the children’s book by Dave Barry and Ridley Pearson and freely adapted for the stage by Rick Elice.