Sign-up sheets for conference times will be available prior to conference day. Watch our weekly newsletter for notification of sign-up sheets being posted or sent through SignUpGenius. Childcare is provided on an as-needed basis for children of New School age if you let us know you need it.
Parents of kindergartners and 3rd graders are to arrive at 6:00 p.m. for their meeting at TNSM.
- The evening will begin in the Growing Room at 6:00 p.m. During that time there will a 15 minute presentation and a short video. At 6:30 parents will divide up and gather in prospective classroom environments for a 30-minute information and Q&A session.
- This is a great way to see what it is to come for your child next year both socially and academically. It is also an opportunity for you to get to know the teachers if your child is graduating into the (6-9) or (9-12) program.
- Child care will be provided. (3-6) childcare will gather in the Buckeye Room and the (6-12) Child care will gather in the Annex.
Elementary students perform a Thanksgiving play, a brief skit or a poetry reading as a way of sharing what they’re thankful for. There are also opportunities to give thanks with our annual community participation with Northside’s CAIN Foodbank. You may deliver clothes or canned goods to the Mansion Lobby on Monday and Tuesday of this week.
Parents and families are invited to attend and are welcome to join us after the students’ presentations for a small piece of pumpkin pie.
We have 12 parent board members each year who meet with administrative staff to help guide the business and mission of the school. You are welcome to attend TNSM Board meetings usually held on the 3rd Tuesday of most months.
Please join us in celebrating the music of TNSM’s orchestra and beginning and advanced strings. We are thrilled to have Melissa Robinson, former NKU director of strings and TNSM parent, leading our orchestra program as she challenges and engages the children in their music with great skill, creativity and love of fun.
Melissa founded our strings program in 2011, sharing her instrumental background in violin, viola, cello and base. Forty percent of the children in grades 2-6 have chosen to participate in our after-school strings program, making it one of our most successful clubs. Melissa has taught general music education K-8, as well as instrumental music K-12. She has a Bachelor of Science degree in music education and received her Bachelor of Music degree in performance.
Please join us in celebrating the music of TNSM’s orchestra. We are thrilled to have Melissa Robinson, former NKU director of strings and TNSM parent, leading our orchestra program as she challenges and engages the children in their music.
On this last day of school before winter break, we will not be offering our Extended-Day program from 3:00-6:00 for all students. Please make plans to pick up your children at 3:00 (or at 1:00 following the (3-6) picnic if your child is in the preprimary program).