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Students learn CPR from Chief John Edwards of the Edison Police Department

Mount Gilead EV Schools

Parent Sara Scott stays involved with Family Literacy Initiative

Mount Gilead EV Schools

Jasper Miller and TC students partner with school in Africa

Mount Gilead EV Schools

Parent Rhea Malone focusing during Parent Training activities at the TC

Mount Gilead EV Schools

TC Staff and Families participate in Delaware Suicide Prevention Walk.

Mount Gilead EV Schools

Community leaders participate in TC Community Advisory Committee

  • Students learn CPR from Chief John Edwards of the Edison Police Department
  • Parent Sara Scott stays involved with Family Literacy Initiative
  • Jasper Miller and TC students partner with school in Africa
  • Parent Rhea Malone focusing during Parent Training activities at the TC
  • TC Staff and Families participate in Delaware Suicide Prevention Walk.
  • Community leaders participate in TC Community Advisory Committee
Tomorrow Center
Upcoming Events
Historical Program
Thu 4/17/2014 - 12:30 PM
OAA Testing Week
Mon 4/21/2014 - Fri 4/25/2014
OAA Testing Week
Mon 4/21/2014 - Fri 4/25/2014
Prom
Fri 4/25/2014 - 6:30 PM
Prom
Fri 4/25/2014 - 6:30 PM
Parent Club
Wed 4/30/2014 - 6:00 PM
Parent Club
Wed 4/30/2014 - 6:00 PM
Volunteer Appreciation Program
Fri 5/9/2014 - 12:30 PM
 
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For the last three years, Mt. Gilead State Park naturalist Marily Weiler invites 12 TC students to assist with science stations at Earth Day at the park.  All area second graders attend, and they visit several stations around the park grounds, learning about litter prevention, camp fire safety, scavenger hunts, and many other earth friendly topics.  Our students have done a great job using communication skills with the second graders.  We are looking forward to assisting again on May 6th!

The Tomorrow Center's third Prom is scheduled for Friday April 25 from 6:30 - 9:30 PM in the TC gym.  The Prom committee has decided to serve pizza for dinner, and a cup cake buffet for dessert.  A Grand March is new this year.  All parents and the community are encouraged to attend, and this will start at 6:00 P.M.  The theme is "Hollywood!".

The Tomorrow Center school building is rich with history.  The original structure was build around 1882.  TC students will research the time period of 1880 through 1900, each student choosing an area to focus on.  They will work with community partners (in some cases) and their projects will be on display on Thursday April 17th in the school gym.  The public is encouraged to attend to view these displays, talk with our students, enjoy refreshments and learn more about the Tomorrow Center.  Call Susie Sexton at 419-946-1900 for more information or if you would like to get involved!

Principal's Message

Message of Change

The new trimester gives us the opportunity to reflect on the beginning of the year and make any changes that might make the remainder of the year even more successful. There never seems to be enough minutes in the day to get everything done, but hopefully this will get us closer.

The new grading period also gives us time to reflect on our own successes and determine where we go from here. Though our ongoing PBIS (Positive Behavior Intervention and Supports) program, we are finding that students are beginning to embrace the program and are leaning to show the qualities of the R.A.C.E. atmosphere here at The Tomorrow Center.  R.A.C.E. is an acronym for Respectful, Achieving, Cooperating and Engaging. Each of the students learns how to incorporate these characteristics into their lives while at school.  The school store is stocked with goodies that students can purchase when their fill their cards.  A special thank you to all the staff, community members, advisory committee members and parents who donate to the store on a regular basis- you are wonderful and we could not do it without you!

 I can’t tell you how proud I am of the leadership these students are beginning to display, we are already seeing how students view themselves and how their role at school is changing. They are becoming leaders to others and more importantly, leaders in their own lives. I am grateful each day for working with a staff that recognizes what a difference this can make in our students’ lives. Without their continued dedication to the process, we would never experience the successes we are already having. They are truly amazing!

Karen Seckel