Tucker Open House

Spring Open House & College and Career Fair

March 5
4:30-7 PM

Come see Tucker classrooms, meet instructors and learn how you can experience the Tucker Advantage! Also, talk to colleges and local businesses!
Colleges & local businesses interested in reserving free booth space should contact vjanowski@marion.k12.in.us

Tucker Career and Technology Center

 

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Dine at the Tucker Bistro!

We look forward to serving you!

The menu features breakfast fare all day, as well as lunch offerings, including weekly soup and dessert specials.

The Tucker Bistro is open Wednesday-Friday, 9:30 AM - 2 PM.

The Bistro also can host private parties and business meetings any day of the week (even on days when it isn’t open to the public). For such events, the staff can also cater to special requests beyond the standard menu. Call the Bistro, 664-9091, ext. 121, to schedule your event.

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DEADLINE NEAR: Reserve your booth now for the TCTC College/Career Fair

Posted on Jan. 20 2015 by Patricia Gibson, Communications Director
Tucker Career and Technology Center would like to remind local businesses and Indiana colleges considering participating in its upcoming College and Career Fair that the deadline to register is Feb. 1.

This free event is an excellent marketing opportunity for businesses and colleges. Participating organizations will be given free booth space to promote their various opportunities.

TCTC offers students the opportunity to earn advanced college credits and industry-based certifications, and also facilitates internships and assists students with their post-secondary planning. Our programs include culinary arts, early childhood education, visual arts, health careers, construction and drafting, public safety, auto tech and collision repair, and more.

If your business or college is interested in having a representative at the event, which is set for 4:30 to 7 p.m. Thursday, March 5, in conjunction with the school’s spring open house, please contact Valerie Janowski-Human, vjanowski@marion.k12.in.us. You can also reach her by phone at TCTC, 664-9091 x. 142.
Please let us know if you need further information!

Tucker Career and Technology Center

REMINDER: School is in session Monday, 1/19!

Posted on Jan. 15 2015 by Patricia Gibson, Communications Director
Due to the cancellation of classes on Jan. 8 because of extreme cold temperatures, there WILL be school on Monday, Jan. 19, previously scheduled as a holiday to be used as make-up day as needed.

Monday is Martin Luther King Jr. Day, and with school in session, our teachers and staff will have a great opportunity to recognize the day's importance by giving extra emphasis to lessons on the civil rights activist's life and accomplishments.

In addition, due to the subsequent closures on Jan. 9 and 12 because of extreme cold temperatures, snow, and ice, there will also be school on Monday, Feb. 16, previously scheduled as a holiday to be used as a make-up day as needed, as well as on May 21, the first designated make-up day at the end of the school year.

Please make a note on your calendars that school will be in session on those days!

After having to adopt a longer school day for several weeks last school year to make up time lost to snow and cold, the school administration, with input from teachers, staff, and parents, requested the early make-up days in the school calendar, and the School Board approved it. This is a proactive measure to regain crucial learning time for our students before the end of the school year.

Any more cancellations will result in more days being added to the end of the school year.

Thank you for your flexibility as we all make the best of another Indiana winter! We know 2015 is going to be a great year, and the early make-up days give us the option of regaining important learning time for our students now.

MARK YOUR CALENDAR: Closures mean classes ARE in session 1/19, 2/16, 5/21

Posted on Jan. 07 2015 by Patricia Gibson, Communications Director
Due to the cancellation of classes on Jan. 8, 9, and 12 because of extreme cold temperatures, snow, and ice, there WILL be school on Monday, Jan. 19, and Monday, Feb. 16, previously scheduled as holidays to be used as make-up days as needed, as well as on May 21, the first designated make-up day at the end of the school year. 

Please make a note on your calendars that school will be in session on those days!

After having to adopt a longer school day for several weeks last school year to make up time lost to snow and cold, the school administration, with input from teachers, staff, and parents, requested the early make-up days in the school calendar, and the School Board approved it. This is a proactive measure to regain crucial learning time for our students before the end of the school year.

Any more cancellations will result in more days being added to the end of the school year.

Thank you for your flexibility as we all make the best of another Indiana winter! We know 2015 is going to be a great year, and the early make-up days give us the option of regaining important learning time for our students now. 

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