Summer Sports Camps at Columbia Roar-ee’s Cubs Camp is a day camp for children ages 6-12 that features sports, games, and arts & crafts. Weekly sessions run from June 10 to August 9, and campers will have access to Columbia University’s top-notch Division 1 Athletic facilities, and a competent and caring staff composed of coaches, student-athletes, and teachers. The goal of Roar-ee's Cubs Camp is to provide a memorable sports summer camp experience while promoting teamwork, friendship, and self-confidence in a safe community. Campers are encouraged to work, play together, and try new things. Camps are open to all!
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A reminder: If your family's contact information changes in any way, please send the updated information to student affairs coordinator Yvelisse Viera. Keep us informed, so we can keep you informed!
D.C. ExpertsOur Grade 8 students return this afternoon from a jam-packed trip to Washington, D.C. this week. They visited the United States Holocaust Memorial Museum, Capitol Building, House of Representatives, Supreme Court and American History Museum, among other museums and sights. They toured the John F. Kennedy Eternal Flame, FDR, Lincoln, Martin Luther King, Jr., Korean War Veterans, and Vietnam Veterans memorials, as well as visited Arlington National Cemetery. Head of School Amani Reed joined the group for a day, as did Middle Division Head Belinda Nicholson. The students and D.C. faculty team—Mónica Amaro, Eve Becker, Crystal Buckner, Charles Colten, Talía González, Matt Guastavino, David Lebson, Katie Reimer, and Bradley Starr—will be ready to rest this weekend, but ask them anything, as they are now D.C. experts!
Blue & White Spirit Day! TSC Student Government invites all students, faculty and staff to wear blue and/or white on Tuesday, June 4 to show their TSC school spirit. Feel free to send your children to school in their favorite blue and/or white gear. This is the third in a series of Spirit Days sponsored by the Student Government, which applauds these ways to be one community.
Lunch Service to K Starts June 5 A reminder that lunch service to all Kindergarten students will begin Wednesday, June 5 and continue through the last day of school, Tuesday, June 11.
And to all families: Please visit the lunch service feedback forms to let us know your and your children’s responses to the program, even over the summer if you’d like. We will continue to refine aspects of the program over the summer months, in preparation for the fall, when we will start school with service to all students.
Help Reshelve! Can you spare a half hour in the morning or over lunch next week? The School’s librarians need families to help reshelve books! Hours are flexible. Please contact Yumi Pielli to arrange a brief training and get started!
Spring ASP Showcase: June 3 - 7 The spring semester After School Program Showcase will be held next week, the week of June 3, scheduled in two time blocks: 4:15-4:45 and 4:45-5:30 pm. Check for specific class times and locations here!
Athletics Ceremony Monday, June 3, 5:30-7 pm (MPR) All are welcome to attend this special program to recognize The School’s accomplished teams and student-athletes!
Lion Awards Tuesday, June 4, 5-6 pm (MPR) Students from TSC clubs and teams outside of athletics will present, sharing news of their group’s events, achievements, and awards throughout the year. All TSC families are welcome!
Performing Arts Spring Concert The Performing Arts Department is proud to invite you to the Spring Concert on Thursday, June 6 from 6 to 8 pm at Columbia University's Miller Theatre (2960 Broadway, at 116th Street). Middle Division students have prepared a wonderful concert for you.
If you are a Middle Division family, please complete this permission form for your child(ren) by today, Friday, May 31, so the Performing Arts Department can ensure a safe arrival and dismissal process for all students.
Students who are performing must arrive at Miller Theatre by 5:30 pm, or if indicated on the form, they may meet teachers at The School at 5:15 pm and walk to Miller together.
We look forward to seeing you!
The Performing Arts Department Faculty
Penny Harvest Run for Change!
The Penny Harvest Run for Change! is a 5K run and rally celebrating more than 20 years of student service, this year to be held on Saturday, June 8. The race starts at Pier 84 (43rd Street and 12th Avenue) at 9:15 am, and ends in Battery Park City.
TSC has participated in the program since The School opened in 2003. The Run for Change! will help to raise awareness of the good work our students perform.
TSC’s team has grown in the past few years and we’d love to see that continue this year. Please register here, and be sure to select TSC as your team! Run for Change!