TSC is ready to welcome the Class of 2037!
The Teacher Creativity Fellowship Program helps Indiana public school teachers renew their commitment to teaching through new experiences and exploration.
The lab is equipped to help students in automotive, engineering and other programs.
The accredited online high school is now accepting applications for the 2024-25 school year.
Neuro educator an instructional coach Anne Marshall is recognized for her work throughout the district.
See how a TSC teacher delved into the complex issues of food security and agricultural systems in the African country.
Friday, February 16, 2024 Mrs. Christopher visited the second graders at Mintonye Elementary and taught them a lot about animal adaptations. Students learned how important it is for animals to be able to camouflage. Camouflage is an important adaptation that helps animals to survive. It can help them to avoid predators and find food. Using animals that are native to Indiana, students played a game and were able to camouflage animals around the classroom. The teacher had the hard job of finding the animals. Students did a great job of camouflaging their animals!
The students in Mrs. Helm's First Grade spent the week reading nonfiction books and learning facts about Abraham Lincoln. They used the facts that they learned to write informative paragraphs about our 16th president. Their paragraphs included a topic sentence and 3 factual sentences. The students also enjoyed making an Abraham Lincoln craft to display their writing for the hall bulletin board.
Across the nation, kindergarten classrooms are buzzing with excitement as they reach a momentous milestone: 100 days of school! This special day is more than just a calendar marker; it's a joyous celebration of the incredible growth and learning these little learners have achieved. Mintonye Kindergarten Classrooms celebrated the 100th Day of school on Thursday, January 25, 2023.
Mrs. Greer’s third grade class is learning about binary code, a coding system that uses different combinations of 0 and 1 to represent letters and numbers. Students learned about the logic and thinking that goes into writing code then made a bracelet that represents their first initial in binary code. After that, they wrote a secret message in binary code that their partner had to figure out.