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Executive Director's Message




Happy End of Summer!


I am excited to welcome you to a new school year. I hope you had a wonderful summer full of quality family time, rest and rejuvenation! Our family enjoyed a trip to the Northeast US and finished in Niagara Falls! It is always so rewarding to feel as though we have shown our children a whole new part of the world. We are looking forward to welcoming our TVCS Cougars back to campus and we anticipate a year of growth both academically and personally for ALL our students. This year more than ever we will be focusing on building relationships with our families, students and staff as we commit to our on-going pursuit of promoting the growth of each child’s character, knowledge, and understanding of themselves and their relationship to the world. We will also continue to build on our proud tradition of experiential, hands-on learning with an intentional focus on exploring the world outside of our community through field trips and other adventures. I understand you ended last year on a high note with AstroCamp, Knotts Berry Farm and many more adventures. I cannot wait to experience these with you!


Throughout the year, we are committed to transparency and keeping you informed about what is happening on and around the campus. This year, just as in past school years, your support and partnership play a crucial role in your children’s success. We greatly appreciate and value your involvement as we continue in our tradition of excellence in education and developing students who will bring positive change to their world.


In partnership together,



Dr. Charity Plaxton-Hennings

Executive Director





 Parent Participation
TVCS has evolved over the years, but we continue to value Parent Participation as much as ever. While some parents still have the time and opportunity to be present on campus, most parents cannot. We understand that as a parent, there is nothing more important than your children and you still want to be involved in ways that boost your children's successes. The great news is that parent participation happens most effectively beyond the school walls and even the school day. As parents, you are your child's first and most important teachers. Setting expectations for daily school attendance, supporting your children with homework by providing an appropriate time and place free from distractions and communicating with your children's teachers are some of the most important aspects of parent participation.