Helpful Tips and Tricks from Principal Scott:
Reading is Important for ALL Students!
Students are encouraged to read at home every chance they get! Why read 20 minutes each day? Click on the attached flyer to find out! Flyer
Read with Your Child to Help Them Succeed!
- Have Fun!
Make reading time fun and boost your student’s confidence by choosing books your child can read and understand.
- Read it Again and Again!
Children become better readers by re-reading their favorite books.
- Read Yourself!
Let your child see you read.
- Read Together!
Children of all ages enjoy reading with their families.
- Have Books Available!
Visit the public library. Books make excellent gifts!
Talk to Your Kids About Their School Day
Here are 10 suggestions for asking your child about their day, without asking how their day was at school.
- What was the best thing that happened at school today?
- Tell me something that made you laugh today.
- If you could choose, who would you like to sit by in class?
- Where is the coolest place at the school?
- Tell me an unusual word you heard today.
- If I called your teacher tonight, what would he/she tell me about your day?
- How did you help someone today?
- How did someone help you today?
- Tell me one thing that you learned today.
- When were you the happiest today?
Reading Activities at home & Third Grade Reading Law Info
For information about the "Third Grade Reading Law" and what it means for our students and their families, please see the helpful documents below!
Medical Forms and Student Insurance Info
Medication Authorization Consent form
All medications, prescription and non-prescription require a consent form.
Medication Authorization form available here
Medical Action Plan Forms
As a service to students and their families, TCAS makes available a student accident insurance plan for your child at a very nominal cost. Information explaining the plan and details of coverage are available online at