WSH Titan News
The TCAPS Board of Education has asked the firm, Hazard, Young, Attea & Associates to assist the district in its search for a new superintendent.
TCAPS music teacher and K-12 district music curriculum leader, Wendee Wolf-Schlarf, was honored at the 2020 Michigan Music Conference by the Michigan School Vocal Music Association (MSVMA) for her years of volunteer service.
Read this month’s edition of Our Community, TCAPS’ district newsletter, for student, staff, and district achievements, upcoming events, and to watch an excellent video featuring the SCI-MA-TECH program.
On Friday, January 17, 2020, at 7:00 p.m. TC Central High School will take on TC West Senior High School in varsity boys’ basketball (5376 N. Long Lake Rd.). As part of the game, West’s Student Senate has teamed up with the Grand Traverse County Drug-Free Coalition’s Students Together Against Negative Decisions (STAND) committee and the Michigan State Police Cadillac Post to raise awareness both with students and within the community about substance abuse.
TCAPS is pleased to announce that fourteen individual students have been named to all-state bands and honors choirs, and three educators will participate as a conductor/accompanist team and as a session presenter as part of the 2020 Michigan Music Conference (MMC).
School district among eight in the state and 250 in the U.S. and Canada to make this year’s list
View the December 2019 edition of Our Community, TCAPS’ district newsletter. This month’s edition features an exciting video of students participating in Hour of Code and provides information on upcoming events, student achievement, and the many ways our staff, students and Partners In Education are giving back during the holiday season.
Come and watch a great hockey game and help the Trojan and Titan hockey programs support the TCAPS STEP program by donating goods worth $5 or more. Donations also cover the cost of admission to the game.
Every year the Traverse City Music Boosters support music education classroom mini grants.
We live in a world surrounded by technology and know that whatever field our students choose as adults, their ability to succeed will increasingly depend on understanding technology.