We may be a small school but we aren’t afraid of technology. What began as a Credit Recovery Program has evolved into an opportunity for students to use our E2020 program to engage in classes that might not otherwise be available. Through this program we are able to accommodate a wide variety of student interests. As part of our online program, we offer, but are not limited to:
In the elementary, students begin using the keyboard early to prepare them for a lifetime of computer use. Students also receive instruction in widely used programs such as:
The drive behind this program is to ensure each student is able to open the appropriate program and maneuver through the necessary elements to complete assignments.
Rounding out our computer-based learning at the elementary level are several educational programs designed to keep learning fun. Some examples are:
This consistent, computer-based instruction, at every grade level, helps to prepare our students for success in a modern, tech-savvy world.
Tekonsha will be serving meals from 11:00-12:30 Monday, Wednesday and Friday each week while we are closed. The meals are free to children up to 18 years old and $2 for adults. Distribution will take place outside the gym entry of the high school.
On Thurday, April 2nd, Governor Whitmer announced that all Michigan School buildings are closed for face-to-face learning. Please watch for more information on Tekonsha's plan on this situation.
Please see the announcements page for more information.
245 S Elm St.
Tekonsha, MI 49092
7:00 am to 3:30 pm