• TCS Christmas Program

    All TCS families are invited to attend our annual Christmas program on Thursday, December 7, 6:30 pm, in the FPCO Sanctuary. Reserved seats near the front of the Sanctuary are available for $25 each and must be purchased by Friday, December 1. Volunteers are needed to provide refreshments for our reception. Contact Susan Clauss with questions. This year, students in grades TK, K,
  • Lions’ Sports News November 15

    Middle School Sports Basketball Middle school boys’ basketball will practice Thursday, November 16, from 3:45 pm to 5:00 pm.   Following Thanksgiving break, practice will be Monday and Tuesday, November 27 & 28.  The first pre-season game will take place on Wednesday, November 29 at 4:30 pm here at TCS vs. Cornerstone Charter Academy. Soccer Middle school girls’ soccer will practice on Friday, November
  • Sharing Her Passions

    Laura Kerlek, 6th grade Language Arts and Social Studies and 7th/8th grade Personal Finance teacher, inspires her students every day through her positive attitude and example of living a happy life. “I have been teaching 23 years,” she says. “I can’t remember a time when I didn’t always want to be a teacher ‘when I grew up.’
  • Inspiring Our Littlest Lions

    Almost every school day, you will find Susan Dodgion and her Transitional Kindergarten students exploring something new about TCS. “In Transitional Kindergarten, we like to stop and explore things in a lot of detail,” she says. “The students always enjoy discovering new things.” Susan is a native Floridian who has 10 brothers and sisters. “My
  • Lions’ Sports News November 8

    Middle School Sports Basketball Middle school boys’ basketball will practice Thursday, November 9, from 3:45 pm to 5:00 pm. Soccer Middle school girls’ soccer will have their game on Friday, November 10, at 4:30 pm Trotters Park vs. Lake Highland Prep. Flag Football Flag football 5th/6th grade will have their first game Wednesday, November 8, at 6:00 pm.  TCS
  • Get to Know Alissa Plaisance

    Each one of our families have benefited from the experience and knowledge of Alissa Plaisance, TCS Student Support Specialist.  In her role, Alissa provides strategies, support and ideas to teachers and students as well as teaming with parents to ensure all students at TCS are successful. She collaborates with Speech and Language, Occupational Therapy and other
  • Called to Teach

    Although she didn’t originally start out on that path, TCS first grade teacher Christi Schwalk always knew her true calling, to be a teacher. Christi grew up a long way from Central Florida in Roswell, New Mexico.  “I met my husband Tim when we were in elementary school (although we didn’t start dating until college),”
  • Medications in School

    Parents, please know that all medication must be kept in the clinic per section 8.5 in our Parent Handbook. This includes all cough drops. Section 8.5 of our Parent Handbook reads: The Christ School First Aid and Medication policy states all medications (prescription and over-the-counter) must be kept in the clinic to help monitor student use throughout
  • Love of Teaching

    TCS 3rd grade teacher Shay Roberts’ love of teaching shines through her classroom. “I enjoy working with children and have since a young age,” she says. “I knew I wanted to be a teacher for as long as I can remember.” “My favorite thing about teaching 3rd grade is the students. They love to learn
  • Inspiring Students

    Amy Cline was destined to become a kindergarten teacher.  Throughout her life, Amy was inspired by her mom, who has been teaching kindergarten for 30 years. “Growing up as the daughter of a teacher, I was able to see the impact that teachers make on their students,” says Amy.  “I always knew that is what