Parents and Students
I would like to take this opportunity to welcome you and your children to the Tidioute Community Charter School website. Our website has a myriad of information about our school, our mission, academics and activities. Our intention is to convey something of the “TCCS experience” through these pages. We continue to make strides not only in our academic programs but with our athletics and community based programs as well. Some of the wonderful programs and opportunities TCCS provides:
1/2 day K4 and full day K5 Kindergarten programs.
An expanded music program that includes choir, band, piano, guitar, music appreciation classes, a music studio, and the Yamaha Music in Education Program.
A rich and academically rigorous curriculum for all students with a focus on project based expeditionary learning.
Educational field trip opportunities for elementary and high school students.
A state of the art wireless educational technology program with smart boards in every classroom, laptop computers for student use, and wireless technology throughout the campus.
Educational family events.
Hunter/Trapper safety courses for 6th grade students.
Individual, classroom and school wide community service project opportunities.
Volunteer and Mentor programs that include the parents, community members and businesses in the educational equation.
Athletics. TCCS is a member of the PIAA and at this time offers elementary volleyball, cross country and basketball, middle school and high school volleyball, cross country, basketball, softball and trap league.
To register at the Tidioute Community Charter School for the upcoming school year, you must submit the Letter of Interest and Enrollment Notification Forms found on our website or at the school for every child along with an enrollment packet. We can accept students from the Warren County, Forest County and Titusville School Districts (Your child must be 4 years old as of the start of the school year to attend Kindergarten 4, and 5 years old as of the first day of a school year to attend Kindergarten 5). Any child residing in Pennsylvania is eligible to attend TCCS or any charter school in Pennsylvania at no charge. If you think you are interested in what we have to offer, please come look us over. We request that you give us a call so we can schedule a mutually convenient time for your visit. Remember, there is no tuition and busing is provided.
Thank you for taking the time to visit our website and learn more about the Tidioute Community Charter School.
Welcome students! Please use the links to access resources being used in your classrooms.
World Book Online
Information and Forms
TCCS 2022-2023 Course Guide
Select the above image to view the 2022-2023 TCCS Course Guide
2022-2023 Course Descriptions Guide
Middle School and High School
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Click on the above image to go to the CHIP website.
Future Ready PA Index
Click the image above to view our school's ESSA Report Card.
2022-2023 TCCS School Calendar
Testing Help Pages
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TCCS Common Core and PSSA Pages These pages were created to help parents and guardians understand Common Core.
TCCS Keystone Exam Pages These pages were created to both explain and help with the Keystone Exams
Khan Academy Great tutorial site for all subjects.
internet4classrooms Testing practice: This site provides and excellent "jumping-off" location for 100's of activities directly related to educational standards.
Scholastic: Preparing Middle & High School Students for Standardized Tests
Houghton Mifflin Kid's Place Mathematics: Mathematics test practice for grades 1-6.
Houghton Mifflin Kid's Place Reading: Reading practice for grades 1-6.
AAA Math: hundreds of basic math skills with interactive practice. Primarily grade levels K-8.
College Planning Sites
McKinney-Vento Homeless Education Assistance Improvements Act:
Pennsylvania's Education for Children and Youth Experiencing Homelessness Program Click on the above link to go to the PA Department of Education site or below for more information.
Homeless Children have the right to a free, appropriate public education
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We as a school offer assistance to help students who are considered homeless. A homeless child is
a child who lives in a shelter, transitional housing, motel, vehicle, campground, on the street, or is doubled up with relatives
or friends, due to a lack of housing.
If you are homeless with school age children, or a person who is aware of a student who is homeless, we
can offer assistance. Please contact the Homeless Liason at TCCS by calling (814)484-3550.
For more information visit the PDE website below
Pennsylvania's Education for Children and Youth Experiencing Homelessness Program
McKinney-Vento Homeless Education Assistance Improvement Act Forms:
McKinney-Vento Homeless Education Assistance Form
Student Residency Questionaire