TCAPS Special Events
TCAPS Art Around Town
Traverse City Area Public Schools (TCAPS) is excited to introduce Art Around Town: a new program that invites the Traverse City area community to explore artwork created by talented TCAPS student artists!
New displays will be shared throughout downtown Traverse City every 6-8 weeks, exhibiting beautiful K-12 student art from around the district.
FIND STUDENT ART AT:
- Kiely Maddasion, 12th Grade, CHS
- Michell Stern, 12th Grade, CHS
- Amelia Duggar, 8th Grade, WMS
- Aubrey Lawless, 8th Grade, WMS
- Maddi Beebe, 12th Grade, CHS
- Averey Krol, 12th Grade, CHS
- Evan Reister, 12th Grade, CHS
*Current displays at Rocket Fizz and Espresso Bay
MORE DISPLAYS COMING SOON!
Introducing: TCAPS Reads!
TCAPS Reads is a district-organized effort to provide summer reading opportunities, which will include adding appropriate, self-selected titles to home libraries. During the summer of 2022, all TCAPS students will be provided with books to increase their home libraries for summer reading enjoyment and beyond!
WE NEED YOUR HELP!
Our goal is to provide three (3) different opportunities throughout the summer for students to self-select appropriate titles for their home libraries. In order to make this a success for our students, we need the community’s help! As you are “Spring Cleaning” during the months of April and May, please consider donating your gently used books to the TCAPS Reads Book Drive for Summer Reading. The more books we can collect, the bigger the variety we can offer to our summer readers!
PAST EVENTS- Do It For Daniel
Community Screening of Do It For Daniel
Traverse City Area Public Schools, in partnership with EverGROWTH Consulting and the Good Works Lab, presents a free community screening of Do It For Daniel at West Senior High School on Thursday, April 21, 2022.
Do it for Daniel is a documentary about Daniel Olson's life. An All-State quarterback for the Ishpeming football team, Daniel appeared to have it all. A great family and great friends, few people knew the battles of depression and anxiety Daniel was fighting on the inside. Daniel ultimately took his own life, not because he wanted to die, but because he just couldn't live with the pain any longer.
This movie is saving lives as it can be hard to tell who is suffering from the disease of mental illness—perhaps someone you love.
Coach Jeff Olson, Daniel’s father, has taken the documentary to 80+ schools in the midwest and facilitated hundreds of presentations in the Olson family’s quest to erase mental health stigma.
Jeff will present the documentary on April 21, 2022 at 5:30 p.m. and then be joined by local health professionals afterward for a conversation on local youth mental health issues.
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Child & Family Services
- Main Line: 231-946-8975
- Youth Services Crisis Line: 231-922-4800
Community Connections of Northern Michigan: 833-674-2159
Lakeview Counseling: 231-929-0300
Michael’s Place - Grief and Loss Support: 231-947-6453
Munson Behavioral Health: 231-935-6382
Northern Lakes Community Mental Health
- FAST Team - Crisis Line: 833-295-0616
- Northern Michigan Psychiatric Services: 231-935-0355
Pine Rest Mental Health Services: 866-852-4001
CONNECT TO LOCAL THERAPISTS
STATEWIDE OR NATIONAL RESOURCES
National Suicide Prevention: 800-273-8255
The Trevor Project