Appreciates service of TPS administration and teaching staff

To the Editor,What does it take to have a high school that provides a quality education and a comfortable atmosphere to learn? It starts with the person at the top, and in our case, that’s Mr. McAran. He works hard, is never too busy to listen, and is a problem solver. Thank you for your dedication.Mr. Mills is the leader of Tecumseh High School and we’re impressed with the clean, safe environment and high quality of classes. Unique extra curricular activities, like Robotics and Equestrian teams, afford opportunities for students with a wide variety of interests.Last but not least are the teachers. Our student was fortunate to have Mr. Roberts, Ms. Lemon, Ms. Boswell, Mr. Harsh, Mr. Kessler, Ms. Mussleman, and Mr. Avis to guide him through his freshman year. They demonstrated knowledge of subject matter and used many forms of teaching. The students made videos, read Shakespere, did interesting science labs, used their French in plays, learned the interesting and important aspects of United States history, used computer generated classes, and worked like crazy on solving geometry problems. Classes were interesting, some humor was evident, and most of the time, the amount of homework was about right. Thanks for a great year.The Smith familyTecumseh

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