TCPS is thankful! Last Friday, the TCPS community, including the entire student body, staff, and many parents and alumni, gathered in our Big Hall to bid farewell to TCPS co-founder and longtime Language Arts Teacher/Head of School, Mrs. Sherry Risch,
TCPS is celebrating! Earlier this week, we organized the entire student body and staff out on the playground to form a giant “TCPS” in honor of our 35th year as a school. It’s a year that marks a lot of
On Saturday, November 18th, TCPS had the privilege of attending the STEM In Your Backyard event at Madison High School. STEM In Your Backyard provides access to free, meaningful STEM experiences for the whole family by bringing the spark of science directly to
Every year, our students and staff work on “The Big Event”, a program that focuses attention on one area of the curriculum, but integrates all areas of study-from language arts to math to art into the final production. Students and
Parents at The Child’s Primary School (TCPS) enjoying the annual Falliday Recital. Our kindergarten and first grade students sang songs and recited poems for the audience.
The Child’s Primary School (TCPS) was recognized as an incredible school in District 6. TCPS has been in the community of Clairemont for 33 years and was founded in 1983 by Sherry Risch and Maggie Price. Since its founding, The Child’s
Steve Uribe, a law clerk for the United States District Court, came to visit The Child’s Primary School. He presented a court case to our 8th grade students and had them serve as jurors in the mock trial.
Student council officers at The Child’s Primary School went to see a San Diego City Council meeting on Monday, November 14, 2016.
The agenda item was the Plaza de Panama proposal for Balboa Park, so there was a huge crowd.
8th graders at The Child’s Primary School (TCPS) spent an afternoon at the San Diego River testing the water quality with San Diego Coastkeeper.
Students took samples of the water and tested for turbidity, pH levels, dissolved oxygen, nitrates, phosphates,
Thank you to Clairemont Community News for helping us to get the word out on our sock drive for Think Dignity.