- Tuesday, Nov. 10th - Report Cards Go Home
- Wednesday, Nov. 11th - Holiday / NO SCHOOL
- Wednesday, Nov. 18th - Early Release Day
THS students in Advanced Placement classes have been working diligently already this year. All of their classwork is designed to give them the same education they would receive in a entry level college class. At the end of the year, they take an exam and based on the score, they can be aware college credit. To help them have the greatest chance to pass these AP exams and earn FREE COLLEGE CREDIT, we want to buy classroom sets of study guides. We’ve set up an Amazon wishlist and are asking that parents, community members, or alumni consider donating a book or two. The books are inexpensive and would represent a tax deductible donation. In this season of giving, take a moment to give the gift of education, and hopefully free college.
In it’s second year, the Tenoroc Winter Fest is an outdoor art fair designed to provide student artists, crafts people, and local small businesses a venue to sell their wares. This seasonal marketplace will take place on Dec 5th from 10 am - 4 pm. Please join us and support emerging artists, while you find unique gifts and services. If you are interested in being a vendor, please contact Sherry Ross for more information.
School Breakfast and Lunch
For the 2015 - 2016 school year all Tenoroc High Schools students will receive free breakfast and lunch from the school cafeteria.
Tenoroc High School is a state-of-the-art facility, which was designed as a prototype for new high schools, incorporating the most recent technology for both administrative and instructional purposes with an emphasis on math, science, and technology. This well-designed campus is set on a beautifully landscaped 140 acre site in central Polk County.
Emphasis is also placed on school-to-work opportunities, including well-equipped classrooms that prepare students in areas such as graphics; web design; television production; culinary arts; business technology education; electrical engineering; sports medicine; law studies; JROTC; and Agri-science education. Fine Arts students thrive in programs related to the visual and performing arts.
The Mission of Tenoroc High School is to provide each student with a diverse education that promotes self-discipline, motivation, and excellence in learning.
Tenoroc High School, in collaboration with parents and community partnerships, will strive to challenge and enrich students’ lives by providing equitable access to a rigorous, high quality education. This education will assist students in attaining post-secondary success in the areas of education, occupation, and holistic well-being.
Bring Your Own Device
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