The Board of Education has agreed to allow parents to pay tuition for out-of-district students to attend Tamarac schools. “We have received numerous calls from parents in surrounding communities who would prefer to send their children to Tamarac schools because of the reputation of our educational programs,” said Superintendent Lou McIntosh. “We have the capacity… Read more »
Congratulations to Kendra Freer, Alexis Duncan, Jakob Fontaine, Vance Gardner, Katherine Champagne, Jacob Wienman, Halle Brust and Payton Hyra who were recognized as Students of the Month for December. The awards, which are read over the morning announcements, are part of the Middle School’s Character Education program to recognize students in front of their peers…. Read more »
Senior Tamarac basketball player, Adiya Henderson, was named Athlete of the Week by the Troy Record. Click here to read the article….
Local families in need received food, cooking items and presents this year thanks to the efforts of the Redeeming Love Gospel Church in Troy, which worked with School Counselor Sue Grimmick to identify families that needed assistance. Members of the church brought dozens of bags filled with items for a “Christmas breakfast” that were then… Read more »
Tamarac Elementary and Middle School students learned an anti-bullying message in December when magician James Warren performed, using magic as a catalyst for his anti-bullying message. For example, Mr. Warren tore a newspaper into pieces, comparing it to how a bully tries to hurt others. He then used magic to turn it back into one… Read more »
Tamarac students brought some holiday cheer to the Van Rensselaer Manor Nursing Home in Troy on Wednesday, December 19 as part of their annual holiday visit. Students sang holiday songs with residents and members of the Kids Care program gave out wrapped presents to everyone. Great job! Click here to see a photo slideshow…
The Grade 9 National Junior Honor Society created a happy holiday for three local families in need this year by buying and wrapping presents for them. As part of a holiday service project, students “adopted” three families from the Hope 7 Community Center in Troy. “This project struck a chord with the students because the… Read more »