At TCC, we offer safe and enriching programming for children aged 5-12 outside of school hours. Our focus is on creating a sense of belonging among children of different ages, resulting in happy and self-confident young leaders who are connected to their community.
Connection is about belonging.
There will be predictable, consistent, and structured time for students to connect with their peers and counselors through constructive and imaginative play.
Independence is about decision-making.
Throughout their day, they will have opportunities to problem solve during games, free play or learning conversations with their counselors.
Generosity is about making positive contributions, helping others, and feeling of value.
They are never alone in their learning path. Place based learning helps the students have a greater sense of community engagement. The Community Campus works in coordination with Woodstock Elementary with transport and learning opportunities.
Intentional learning, personal goals.
Everyday students have opportunities for individual and group learning through their structured activities. TCC also encourages Parents to communicate goals they work on at home with their kids to enable TCC to assist with consistent progress.
Within this campus, there will be consideration and a welcoming of students across the spectrum of family needs in the community. This includes students of essential workers, WCSU students particularly poised to benefit from the programs, and families seeking to supplement their children’s learning experience.