Singing at roundhouse. Sat Feb 8th!
The TTCS gr. 4-6 dance was a blast. Thanks to our DJ Walter parents and teachers! the kids danced the night away.
TTCS National Elementary Honor Society
Our first chapter.
TTCS National Society. First Chapter- Induction ceremony.
4th Grade students perform with NDI.
Science Fair Feb. 5th 2014
TTCS Basketball is underway. As of today our team is 4-0! Go Coyotes!!
SNOW DAY & DELAY INFORMATION
If the Santa Fe Public School district decides to cancel or delay school due to weather, a robocall will be sent out to all TTCS families. PLEASE
make sure Mary, in the front office, has your current and working phone number or else you may not receive a call. Information will also be available online through the local news outlets and in a ticker on the news programs on TV. TTCS follows the Santa Fe Public School snow day/delay decisions.
In the event of a delay, there will be NO morning Pre-K. All other students are due in class by 9:50. Please do not drop students off before 9:15 on delay days because there will be no supervision before that time.
Contact Mary, in the front office, if your contact
information has changed: 467-1700. Students should be in the cafeteria
by 7:45 a.m. school begins in the classroom at 7:50.We have had several
parents arrive late to pick up their children from aftercare. Beginning
on Monday, August 26, parents
arriving late will automatically be charged $1 per minute past 5:30. We
will use the displayed time on our staff ’s cell phones as the official
time (not the clocks on the school walls). If you arrive late, staff
will show you the time on their cell phones and record it on the sign-out sheet. Thank you for your cooperation.
The Santa Fe Botanical Garden is pleased to cosponsor an afterschool gardening program with the Turquoise Trail Charter School. We will be focusing on creating beds in which native plants and edibles can be cultivated. This project will require extended periods outside and regular physical exertion, as we build garden boxes, haul soil, and plant. Please make sure you dress your children in warm layers, clothes that can get muddy, and closed toed shoes on gardening days. This will insure that we will all have a fun and comfortable experience as we create a beautiful garden for the Turquoise Trail community.
Mollie Parsons (Education Director, Santa fe Botanical Garden), Lyne Grimes, and Sarah Thomas