Dear TSC Families,
I hope you will join me in celebrating the Class of 2021. In four weeks, the graduates of Harrison High School and McCutcheon High School will participate in in-person commencement ceremonies—not just an important milestone, but a huge step toward normalcy.
Our last school day for students is Friday, May 28. Here are a few important items we want to share with you as we wrap up this school year and plan for the fall.
May is Mental Health Awareness Month - If you are concerned about your child’s emotional well-being, reach out to our TSC counselors and other staff members or check out Community Mental Health Resources for Families on our webpage, under the “Parents” tab.
2021-22 school year - We are committed to provide in-person instruction and the resumption of school activities in the 2021-22 school year. We know from experience that our students perform best academically, socially and emotionally when they are learning in person with peers.
The TSC will start the 2021-22 school year on Wednesday, August 11. We expect to receive guidance from various state and local agencies this summer regarding masks, social distancing and other protocols. We will keep you informed of what guidance they provide us.
School lunches - We are pleased to announce students will continue to receive free meals through the 2021-22 school year. The U.S. Department of Agriculture extended waivers that allow us to offer free breakfast and lunches to all students, regardless of a family’s ability to pay.
Elementary and middle school supplies - The TSC will provide school supplies for all students in grades K-8 for the new school year. Every child will have his/her own set of school supplies at school.
I want to thank you for your continued support in making this school year a success. As the school year comes to a close, stay well, stay safe and enjoy the summer. We look forward to seeing your students back on August 11.
Scott Hanback, TSC Superintendent
Dear TSC Families,