• Parent/Teacher Conferences.

    Parent/teacher conferences will be on October 20th and 23rd.  You don't want to be caught off guard, make sure you know how to check your students' progress through Family Link.  You can also find information about attendance and fees.  If you need help, ask the Front Office or call: 505 986 4000.

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  • Halloween Carnival

    October 27th, 5:30pm to 7:30pm.  Games, Food and Prizes!  Enjoy an evening of fun for the whole family here at the school with fun games, yummy food and great prizes!  

    Volunteers needed for selling tickets, serving food and running booths.  Please contact Tammie Padilla at tpadilla@ttschool.org or 505 986 4003

    Buy tickets and/or wristbands HERE.

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  • Fun Run

    Thank you Fun Run Donors:
    Buffalo wild wings
    Sweet water café
    Ranch house 
    Big Jo Hardware
    The Running Hub
    Santa Fe Tennis and Swim club
    Deb Klezmer.
    Santa Fe Ciderworks
    Leyba Real Estate
    Marilyn Fitzgerald
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  • LANL Foundation Suspends Grants

    The Los Alamos National Foundation, which supports education, community projects and organizations in Northern New Mexico through a grant process, is suspending its fourth-quarter funding for such projects because it has expended its grant funds for the year. Fourth-quarter funding will not be provided. In 2018, two grant-making cycles will be scheduled for the spring and the fall. Visitwww.lanlfoundation.org/grants in January to deadlines and application details.

    The foundation recently gave some $82,645 in grants to 24 education and community projects, including to the Santa Fe Alliance for Science for family science events, the Partners in Education program for funding for school field trips to the Legislature, and to Turquoise Trail Charter School in Santa Fe for inquiry science kits and curriculum and a new literacy program.

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  • SY 2017-2018

    October 19th 5:30pm Governance Council Meeting

    October 20th and 23rd P/T Conferences

    October 24th Tasty Tuesday

    October 26th 3:00pm PTO Meeting

    October 27th 5:30pm Halloween Carnival

    November 2nd School Picture Day

    November 10th Thanksgiving Family Meal.

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  • Thanksgiving Family Meal

    Friday November 10th starting at 10:30am.  Join the TTCS community for a family style meal!

    More info HERE

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COYOTES 2016-2017

Jennifer Padilla, Mother of Octavio Villela, 2nd Grade 2016-17

There are so many things that make TTCS! The teachers and staff are engaged with parents, parents are very welcome in the school, and in the classroom, Dr. Griffin has an open door policy, and it is easy to reach him on the phone, via email or in person. He is also very easy to talk to and very straightforward, and that is very much appreciated. 

TTCS ensures that students who need reading help in their beginning school years receive it in order to ensure that no child gets held back. 

TTCS has excellent art and music programs as well as a lot of opportunities to take part in athletics.

TTCS encourages children to free play, outdoor playground time, and using their imaginations in many ways.

Deborah Busemeyer, Mother of a 1st and 4th grader, 2016-17 school year

I have watched my 1st-grade daughter thrive in Ms. Solock's classroom this year. She has a way of recognizing all of the children's gifts, even when their behavior may mask their strengths. She has high standards for her students' behavior and academic growth, and she customizes her lessons so all students advance. She manages her classroom in a controlled, kind way so children are comfortable and better able to learn. I can't imagine a better teacher and am grateful for her employment at TTCS.

​Turquoise Trail has​ special programs for students of all levels and needs. The school has​ skilled therapists who support students with special needs as well as intervention programs to help struggling students progress with their peers. In addition, Turquoise Trail offers advanced students an opportunity to be a part of the gifted program, a rigorous curriculum that teaches children valuable skills for learning and life, including participating in thoughtful discussions, problem solving and critical thinking.