School News

TCCHS DAILY REPORT
Monday, October 20, 2014

Lunch Today: chicken nuggets, pizza, meatloaf, glazed carrots, veggie cups, green beans, mashed potatoes, applesauce/pears, apple/orange juice, rolls

Lunch Tomorrow: Cheeseburgers, chef salad, ribbetts, Bosco sticks, tator tots, tossed salad, baked beans,

pineapple/oranges/grapes, rolls, pickle/lettuce/tomato


Rebel Basketball Apparel For Sale

    If you are intrested in purchasing any of the apperal please see Mrs. Rager or contact by email Michelle Rager michelle.rager@todd.kyschools.us


REBEL BAND win First Place in 2A Murray State Festival

TCCHS Marching Rebels won First place in class 2A and advanced to finals at Murray State Festival of Champions on Saturday. The band received a distinguished rating! Go Rebels!


Womanless Beauty Review

Are you looking for an event that is family oriented?

Well, the TCCHS PTO has you covered!

The PTO First Annual Womanless Beauty Review fundraiser for this year is Sautrday, November 15th. It is the goal of the PTO to raise $7000 to purchase new audio equipment fo rthe TCCHS Auditorium. They are off ot a good start, with a pledge of $1250.00 from Robert Downey of Woodman Financial. If you would like to make a donation please contact Faye Turnbaugh, PTO President by phone at 931-320-2441 or fayeturnbaugh@gmail.com .

The event in November involves Board Members, Todd County Police Officers, and community leaders!. More interesting details will be posted next week, so keep checking for updates!


TCCHS-- Distinguished School, scoring in the 94th percentile in the state.

We are extremely proud of the improvements made on our state accountability scores, and delighted to announce for the second year in a row, Todd County Central High School is labeled as a Distinguished School, scoring in the 94th percentile in the state. TCCHS moved up from the 91st percentile last year, and continues to maintain the classification of a Distinguished School for the second year in a row. 


Spanish Class

Spansh I students learning to greet each other in a community setting.

 


Principal's Message on Bullying

Todd County Central High School and staff are committed to providing a safe, secure, and healthy environment that allows all students to maximize their learning potential. The Todd County Board of Education and staff consider bullying to be detrimental to the health and safety of students and disruptive to the educational process.                                       Policy on Bulling

 

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Student Handbook 2014-2015

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TCCHS Testing Dates


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