Parents, please take a moment to mark your calendars. The following are important dates that you do not want to miss:
This is a great site for tips and information on how to start the school year off strong and get your routine going!
JD Graham, a third-grade student, participated in the Special Olympic Swimming Area Finals this past weekend. He came home with TWO first-place ribbons! He was the fastest swimmer in the 8 to 13-year-old division. JD competed in the freestyle race where he came from behind to beat a 13-year-old at the very last minute. He also competed in the backstroke race. He got a great start, led the entire way, and then won by one second against an 11-year-old! JD spent many weeks practicing and working on his technique. Many of JD’s classmates and teachers from both TFH and TCS cheered him on. We are so very proud of his hard work and success. We are waiting to hear if he has qualified for the State Finals.
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Chrissy comes to us with a lot of experience teaching children with unique needs. She graduated from Lee University in Cleveland, TN and obtained her Master’s Degree in Special Education from North Georgia College and State University. It is her greatest passion to reach all students and she is determined to tailor her instruction to individual student needs. She strives to provide the right level of challenge for gifted students, for students who lag far behind grade level, and for everyone in between. Chrissy has been married to her best friend Derrick for the past 14 years. There is never a dull moment in their house parenting their four children ages 9,8,7, and 6. When Chrissy is not teaching, she enjoys spending time with her family and selling Rodan + Fields skincare.
We are well under way getting the school year started. We have had many changes these last few weeks, the biggest one was moving all of TFH to the E2 building. What a blessing! All of the hard work is paying off. I love to hear the students talk about how nice it looks and they enjoy being all together in one building again. It is so exciting to have all of TEEP (The Extended Educational Programs) under one roof. God has been growing TFH so much. From 5 students in 2009 to now 43+ in 2016. I am grateful and humbled that he chose myself and all of my staff to serve Him by serving these students and families. God has got great plans for this year!