🏇A NITE AT THE RACES - Sponsored by Tulelake Boosters and Rotary Club of Tulelake Come out and support Tulelake Athletics!! Enjoy a yummy loaded 🥔 potato dinner, a no host bar, buy a yummy dessert 🍰 and bet 💰on the virtual horse races! Can't make it to the dinner? Buy a horse to run April 6th for $10! If your horse wins its race, you win &50! 🚨CASH ONLY AT THE DINNER🚨 🎟️ Tickets available for $20 at Tulelake High School, Tulelake Elementary School, Macy's Flying Service, Tulelake Irrigation District, or Tater Patch Quilts. Please make checks to: Tulelake Boosters.
TBJUSD Presents: Summer Academy! Summer School will be from 7:30-12:30, followed by Summer TASSEL from 12:30-5:00, with lots of fun opportunities for students! Registration opens March 6 during Parent Teacher Conferences at TBES. Please contact Monica Lopez with questions at firstname.lastname@example.org
Help support the 4th grade trip to Sacramento! FOURTH-GRADE STUDENTS AT TULELAKE ELEMENTARY ARE RAISING MONEY TO CONTINUE A 30-YEAR TRADITION! STUDENTS WILL GO ON A 3-DAY TRIP TO SACRAMENTO TO BUILD ON THEIR UNDERSTANDING OF SCIENCE AND SOCIAL STUDIES CONCEPTS TAUGHT THROUGHOUT THE SCHOOL YEAR. PLEASE HELP SUPPORT OUR STUDENTS BY PARTICIPATING IN THIS FUNDRAISER! https://www.flowerpowerfundraising.com/index.php/marketplace/seller/profile/shop/fourthgradetule
Reminder that there will be no school Monday February 12th and Monday February 19th in honor of Lincoln's Birthday and President's Day.
This amazing group of kids passed their last mastery test of Beginning Level Sipps and are moving on up to the Extension Level. Way to go, kids!
Ms. Loaders class is practicing their highlighting skills on important information in text!
Mrs. Garcia's 6th graders created amazing Lunar models!
Dear Tulelake Parents, The afternoon 4:30 Newell bus route is going to be unavailable for a couple months. Designated Newell TASSEL students will be transported with suburbans, but no transportation will be available at 4:30 for all other students. This will begin Monday afternoon. We apologize for the inconvenience. We will let you know when the 4:30 bus route is available again. There will be no changes to the morning or after school routes.
Students at Tulelake Basin Elementary share their hopes for 2024
6th graders at TBES aren’t just the oldest kids in the school-They are preparing for junior high by bonding and meeting in groups each week. The groups focus on respecting one’s self, respecting others, and learning how to navigate through the various social interactions that everyone encounters in life. Gena Long helped TBES pilot the girls’ group last year. She is an Educational Specialist who works for the Modoc Criss Center/T.E.A.C.H and she returned this year. Last year Bill Engel launched the boys’ group. This year Mr. Mendoza took over the boys’ group. Mr. Mendoza is a PE teacher at TBES and THS and has a sixth grade daughter in the program at TBES.
Thanks to Scott Thomas, Marco Medina, Josh Rands and Erin Stedman for ensuring we had a great in session snow day today!
TBJUSD School Board, Thank you for all that you do to support Tulelake teachers, staff, students, and community! You are appreciated!
We are fortunate to have two full-time team members provided by Modoc County Office of Education. Veronica Renfro is at TBES and Cecilia Morales is at THS. Their roles include: checking in with individual students at the start and end of the day, providing 1:1 support, small group supports, supporting social emotional learning for all students at TBES, conducting classroom check-ins, managing student data, seeking ways to build strong school climates, providing student affirmations, and simply providing a place for students when they need a break within their day. This partnership with MCOE provides essential elements of the district’s Multiple Tiered Systems of Support for students.
Dear TBJUSD Parents, I was recently notified by the Tulelake Police Department that the individual who threatened our students Wednesday afternoon was arrested this afternoon and has been detained. Thank you to our local law enforcement agencies for collaborating on this case to ensure the safety of our students, staff and communities and to our communities for sharing the information on social media to bring attention to this matter. Respectfully, Brian Norby Superintendent https://docs.google.com/document/d/1XfLAYOtmRVfTF6uKfzezOtsAXtEuyFM3thgpCMr1f-o/edit
This is an important message from Brian Norby, Superintendent and Tulelake Basin Joint Unified School District. Please read the attached document. It can be found @tulelake_schools on Instagram, Tulelake High School Facebook, and in the Live Feed on tulelakeschools.org. Thank you. https://drive.google.com/file/d/13s7C-wFgYcWbg-7aaOKZ3LyBruu8WsFa/view?usp=sharing
Welcome back Honkers! We hope you has a safe and restful break. Congratulations to our Varsity Girls Basketball on their two wins Dunsmuir and Crosspoint over break. Congratulations to out Varsity Boys Basketball on their win against Dunsmuir over break.
TBJUSD is selling tables and chairs! Contact the TBJUSD District office if you are interested in purchasing a table for $50 or chairs for $10 each.
Come visit with Santa at the Tulelake Police Department on Friday at 1:30 pm!
December 4, 2023 Dear Community Member, Merry Christmas. It is that time of year again for our candy drive for the Santa Candy give-a-way on December 15th. Though there have been major changes to the Police Department and the Officers serving this community, we are striving to continue this worthwhile program. This program is operated entirely by your donations and whatever you can contribute would be greatly appreciated. We traditionally give away approximately 400 bags of candy to area children with a visit from Santa. When funds are available, in excess of the candy give-a-way, we have also contributed to needy children in the area which has also involved a visit from Santa. Once again this year the Peace Officers Association was unable to do our annual fireworks fundraiser for the 4th of July. Funds from that fundraiser were used to supplement donations that we would receive from gracious people such as yourself. Unfortunately, we do not have that to rely on this year. So now more than ever, your contributions are of imperative to continuation of the Santa Candy give-a-way. I have included a self-addressed stamped envelope for your convenience. We will also provide a receipt and certificate for your contribution. Thank you for your continued support of this program. Brant Mauk Tulelake Peace Officers Association
Come out and support our JV Boys Basketball team today against Westwood! The game starts at 4:30 p.m.