TCS offers the Tucson community a unique experience by providing an early childhood learning opportunity school where parents and children learn together. Parents are intricately involved in the workings of the program and assist the classroom teachers with daily operations.
How is this accomplished?
Tucson Community School is a cooperative and inclusive community where families are an integral part of their child’s early education. Whether assisting teachers in the classroom, sharing their talents and interests with the children, or serving on the Board of Directors, our dedicated families develop meaningful connections that are central to the success of our preschool.
What can I do for the school when my child is enrolled?
Your participation in our school is what makes us a community. The amount of time and effort you invest into TCS will be deeply satisfying as you watch the ripple effects of your contributions. The more you put in, the more you benefit from all our school has to offer.
Parent participation creates the safe and community environment that has made our program a success. Each participation opportunity exists to enhance your child’s experience at TCS.
For the 2018-2019 School Year:
Classroom Helping Days Learn and grow with your child in his or her classroom for seven days during the school year. Parents, aunts, uncles, grandparents, nannies or others in your child’s family may participate.
One (1) Work Party During the School Year (4 hrs) Join other parents for one, four hour, Saturday or Sunday to improve the buildings and grounds of our school.
Two (2) School Volunteer Tasks (per semester) Volunteer to complete two school tasks per semester. Tasks are varied (library, gardening, animal care, organizing materials, etc.) to allow parents to choose the task that best fits within their schedule.
Participation in the Annual Auction Assist our non-profit school with creation of our largest annual fundraiser. Help can include tasks done at home or at school.
Year End Classroom Clean Up (2 hrs) Assist your child’s teacher at the end of the year with classroom and/or material maintenance or clean up.