Activities, programs, awards, meetings, and much more! These are important years, and we know you don’t want to miss a thing. So please be sure to visit our News page often; we’ll bring you the latest news as it happens.
We regularly check the air quality index levels by using the Real-time Air-quality Advisory Network (RAAN) monitoring system for information on how to modify outdoor physical activity. This guidance can help protect the health of all children, including teenagers, who are more sensitive than adults to air pollution. Air quality flags are displayed daily with the forecasted level. Due to the possibility that the air quality can change, you can go to the RAAN widget links below to check current conditions throughout the day:
Tulare City Schools has started a transition to a more helpful form of grade reporting called standards based grading. This type of reporting method precisely identifies what standards students know and can do, as opposed to simply averaging grades, which can sometimes mask what a student has and has not learned. We are excited to begin the pilot process in select 1st through 6th grade classrooms this year. Then, beginning with the 2018-2019 school year, we will be using standards based grading district wide in grades 1-6. For further information and additional resources, please visit the Student Academic Progress page.
Title IX protects people from discrimination, based on sex, in education programs or activities that receive federal financial assistance. Title IX states:
“No person in the United States shall, on the basis of sex, be excluded from participation in, be denied the benefits of, or be subjected to discrimination under any education program or activity receiving federal financial assistance.”
For more information concerning student rights and complaint procedures, please visit the Title IX section of our Parent Concerns and Complaints page.
Announcing the newly released TCSD Speech and Language Department website! The Tulare City School District Speech and Language Pathologists have created an exciting resource for parents to use to assist children with speech and language needs. The website has a wealth of resources, including at-home practice for fluency, articulation, and language skills. Please check out the resources at the Speech and Language Department website.
Speech and language is a special education service provided to students who need help with communication. School speech and language pathologists are highly skilled and qualified to diagnose and provide therapy for children who have many different kinds of communication disorders.