Coronavirus (COVID-19) Update:
We are continuing to track the developments on the Coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak carefully and actively monitoring the day-to-day change in the status of this unprecedented situation. We understand the concerns of our community, parents, students, and staff. With such concerns TAPS has made the decision to not hold formal classes next week, Tuesday – Wednesday- Thursday, March 17-19 but rather have Homeschool days just as we do on our regular scheduled Mondays and Fridays. This will plan will keep students on track to finish years work without lengthening our school year. Check student planers for daily lessons and let’s score link for grading to make sure objectives are mastered. Families will be contacted per their student’s teacher for more specific instructions.
We will continue tracking and following the guidelines provided by the local health department, CDC, Texas Department of State Health Services and National Government recommendations. Circumstances around COVID-19 are constantly changing as new information is released each day. TAPS has a plan in place and will continue working diligently in the coming days making adjustments as new information is released. Our priority is the safety and wellbeing our students, families, staff and community.
- Spirit week / Fun Run / Open House / School Information – New Student Registration
are postponed, NOT CANCELLED; until more information is released as to what lies ahead in the coming days.
- New Student Registration – With limited seats available there is concern with getting new students registered for 2020-2021. Please be advised that New Students are received on a “First Come First Serve” basis dependent upon Family Interview. No New students will be registered until new registration date is set.
- On a personal note:
WE ARE FAMILY, reach out to one another should you need anything! The best thing we can do is stay calm among the chaos and be a voice of reason, peace and unity. Above all PRAY against the spirits of confusion and fear.
Congratulations, Juniors – 60 Medals