The end of Trimester 2 is quickly approaching. Please remind your child to check Illuminate and reach out to their teachers for help and support or with catching up on missed work. We are also completing our mid year benchmark assessment with IReady and will be looking at the data to identify student strengths and areas of need in order to provide intervention through our Multi-Tiered Systems of Support that includes social, emotional and behavior learning.
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Intent to Return Confirmation Process for 2022-23 - Feb 14-28
On Monday, February 14 this form will be emailed to you. Your timely completion of this form will assist SCSD in having the most accurate numbers for returning students for next year, which is directly tied to the SCSD budget and will allow District staff to plan more effectively.
Please fill out one form for each child by February 28, 2022.
After completing this form, you will receive an email from [email protected] in mid-March that will provide you with specific directions on how to complete the registration process online including a link to access the InfoSnap portal, as well as a special ID number for your student, referred to as the “Infosnap Code."
If your plans change at any time and you are not planning to return next year, please notify your school office as soon as possible.
Thank you for your assistance with this important process.
TLM PTA News
February PTA Meeting
We hope you can join us on Monday, February 14th at 7:00pm via zoom. PTA meetings are a great opportunity to hear directly from principals and connect with our parent community.
TLM Staff Lunch on 2/2 - Thank You PTA Members!
A huge thank you to all those who support TLM PTA! With your support, PTA hosted a luncheon for the TLM staff on Wednesday, Feb 2nd, with sandwiches and salad from Mendocino Farms. Additionally, we provided snacks and drinks for staff in January as a welcome back from the winter break. A special thank you to our incredible hospitality chairs, Molly Nguyen & Lagille Rodriguez for coordinating it all!
San Carlos Education Foundation SCEF
Call for auction items for the silent auction portion of the annual SCEF Gala. Do you have a vacation home, timeshare, airline miles, fine wines, sports tickets, or ideas/connections for a great outing? Please contact [email protected] if you are interested in contributing to the auction to raise money for our kids.
Remember to mark your calendar: Silent auction opens March 10 and the Virtual Starlight Gala is Sunday night, March 13.
Community Foundation of San Carlos - Celebrates Black History Month
SamTrans Art Takes a Bus Ride Contest
The San Mateo County Office of Education is partnering with SamTrans to give students a chance to have their artwork displayed on the side of a SamTrans bus for an entire year. Artwork must illustrate this year’s theme of San Mateo County Reopens. Learn more.
Parent Education Opportunities
Students are taught what "consent" means, but do they have the skills to incorporate consent into everyday life? The “Consent Conversation” is the new “Sex Talk” and just as critical. Join Vanessa Kellam, Family Engagement Manager from Health Connected, for a meaningful conversation about consent and protective behaviors. Consent Reframed: Beyond the Affirmative "Yes" (February 9, Online).
NEW! Kindness and courage are two strengths that help our kids flourish in school. Deborah Farmer Kris, a writer, educator, and founder of Parenthood365, joins us for Raising Kids Who are Kind and Brave (February 10, Online). Learn more.
Why is money still considered the "M Word"? How can families learn to talk about financial literacy with their children and teens? In this presentation, Lori Sackler, a nationally recognized financial advisor, offers an insider's look into what she refers to as "The M Word": The Money Talk for the Next Generation (February 16, Online).
COVID Reminders - Stay Home When Sick and Get Tested
Common Symptoms of COVID-19 (CDPH) se use the image at the right if you are able, if not, please use the language written below. Do not insert both)
- Headache, Fever or Chills, Cough, Shortness of breath or difficulty breathing, Fatigue (tiredness), Muscle or body aches, New Loss of taste or smell, Sore throat, Congestion or runny nose, Nausea or vomiting, Diarrhea
- If you have any of the symptoms listed above, call your school office to report an illness, stay home, and take a COVID test.
- If you need to report a positive COVID case, please call your school office or if it is after business hours, contact J. Smith at 650-590-5922.
For additional information, visit our COVID-19 Resources page and review the SCSD Health & Safety Plan.
COVID-19 Vaccine Clinics (Students Ages 5-11)
Curative Testing right here at Tierra Linda
Central Middle School (parking lot)
- Mondays 11:00 am-6:00 pm
- Tuesdays & Wednesdays 9:00 am-4:00 pm
- Thursdays 12:00 pm-7:00 pm
- Fridays 11:00 am-6:00 pm
Sign-up for testing at Central here
Tierra Linda Middle School (parking lot)
- Wednesday & Friday 11:00am-5:00 pm
- Saturday 8:00 am-3:00 pm
Sign-up for testing at Tierra Linda here
Other Community Based Testing sites in San Mateo County Here