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    Town Center Elementary

    Town Center Elementary

    A CISD STEM Campus

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    School Hours

    7:50 am - 3:05 pm
     
     Lunch  Time
    K  10:45 - 11:15
    1st  11:00 - 11:30
    2nd  11:30 - 12:00
    3rd  11:45 - 12:15
    4th  11:15 - 11:45
    5th  12:30 - 1:00
     

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    Guiding Purpose

    We focus on each learner’s unique needs, develop their interests, create a passion for learning and critical thinking resulting in Town Center learners being the next generation of innovators that will meet the demands of a competitive global society.

    TCE Announcements

    Elementary District Announcements

    • Student Success Initiative
       
      The Student Success Initiative ensures that every student makes the academic progress necessary to show sufficient understanding of the knowledge and skills taught and tested at each grade level. Read the parent notification letter and view brochure:
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    • Gifted & Talented Assessments 
      Gifted & Talented Assessment Referral window now open. Click here to refer an eligible learner for assessment. The deadline for referrals is September 4, 2015.
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    • Bus Service
      • All students will need a photo ID (Bus Pass) before the 1st day of school
      • Students must be present at bus registration to take a picture
      • Bus registration is Aug 10-21 @ the Coppell ISD Service Center (1303 Wrangler Circle)
      • Visit www.coppellisd.com/bus for more details
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    • Immunization Requirements
      • Don't forget children must have updated vaccinations before school starts
      • Avoid the back-to-school rush and get vaccinations as soon as possible
      • Visit www.coppellisd.com/immunization for more information
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    • Free & Reduced Lunch
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    • Lunch Accounts
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    • Volunteer Criminal Background Check 
      All volunteers must complete a Volunteer Background Check each year. Only one form is needed per volunteer each year, even if you are volunteering for multiple campuses. Complete the Background Check online before school starts.
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    Back to School

    All students must complete the following before  August 13!
     
    1. Create and Update information in our new registration system INFOSNAP
        (You should have received an email with instructions the week of July 13)
    2. Provide a current utility bill- Gas, Water or Electric
    3. Provide an updated lease agreement if renting
     
    No matter how long you have lived in the district, ALL items are required at the beginning of every school year.
    You may email your utility bill/updated lease to the campus secretary, Laura Fairchild at lfairchild@coppellisd.com
     
    Please contact Laura at 214-496-7800 if you have any questions! 
     
     
     
     
     

    Welcome

    We focus on each learner’s unique needs, develop their interests, create a passion for learning and critical thinking resulting in Town Center learners being the next generation of innovators that will meet the demands of a competitive global society. 
     
    Welcome to TCE! 
     
     
     
    What does STEM look like at TCE?  Take a look at our educators and learners at work!
     

    Outcomes

    TCE Learner Outcomes
     
    Communication: The ability to effectively express thoughts, ideas and/or feelings verbally, nonverbally, digitally and in written form for an intended audience
     
    Collaboration: The ability to engage in reciprocal interactions to accomplish a common goal where all contributions are valued and respected
     
    Critical Thinking and Problem Solving: The ability to apply divergent thought processes, through questioning and analyzing ideas or problems leading to possible outcomes or solutions
     
    Digital Literacy and Digital Citizenship: The ability to appropriately and effectively utilize digital technology, communication tools, or networks to locate, analyze, and evaluate information 
     
    Design Thinking: The ability to engage in a fluid process of creative and innovative thinking involving the stages of inspiration, ideation, experimentation, and implementation 

    Principal's Corner

    Angie Applegate  

    Angie Applegate

    Contact Us

     Main  214.496.7800
     Fax  214.496.7806
     Counselor  214.496.7812
     Library  214.496.7814
       

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