Ally Huff received a personal growth award on October 14 from the Hispanic Committee of the Federal Center in Battle Creek. Ally was nominated for this award by Michael Buhler and Kathleen Steinbock. Way to go Ally!
Friday, October 14th Tekonsha Elementary School was visited by Tekonsha Fire Department and Fire Dog for a Fire Safety Assembly. Daryl Cummins spoke to the kids about how to respond if their house is on fire as well as how to call 9-1-1, the proper way to cross a street, the importance of working smoke detectors, and families having a safety plan for emergencies. The firemen put on all their gear to demonstrate what they would look like and sound like if there was an emergency. All students received goody bags from the Fire Department. Thanks for the visit and for keeping us safe!!
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The Tekonsha Community School District is committed to providing a safe, secure environment that fosters the love of learning in which individuals can realize their full potential in both academic and non-academic areas, all within the framework bounded by state regulations and local community consent.