The Charles School

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Congratulations TCS@ODU Class of 2018!
TCS students
Congratulations TCS@ODU Students!Congratulations to The Charles School at Ohio Dominican University students who earned their Associates of Arts degree from Ohio Dominican University on Saturday, May 19.
TCS@ODU students at ODU graduation

Upcoming Events

Mar
21

TCS@ODU MultiCultural Night

Thu Mar 21 2019
Mar
27
Mar
28

Graduation Meeting

Thu Mar 28 2019
Mar
29

No School - PD Day

Fri Mar 29 2019
Apr
3
Apr
8

Ohios State Tests

Mon Apr 8 2019
to Fri Apr 12 2019

News

TCS@ODU Food Delivery Update

Recently, TCS@ODU students have been having food delivered via services such as GrubHub, UberEats and DoorDash.  These deliveries are disruptive to the school day and require strangers to enter our building, which is a safety risk.  Although the administration has been talking to students to clarify that these deliveries are not permitted, some students continue to order food.  Students are also not permitted to order or bring food from outside restaurants for other students.  Per our Student-Family Handbook, "A parent who wishes to provide a lunch for the student instead of the one provided by TCS @ ODU is required to bring the lunch to the school office where the student will be called to obtain it during the student’s lunch period."  

Food deliveries made to the school will be turned away, regardless of whether or not the delivery has already been paid for.  

Thank you for your support in this matter.    
The TCS@ODU Administrators
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 All students must turn in a compelted form. Please return the completed form to your student's Crew teacher. Click here to print the form. More +
Every day matters

Attendance Matters!

Attending school daily is critical to student success. Ohio’s new House Bill 410 law requires a preventative approach to excessive student absences.  An Attendance Team has been established to work with our students and families to help improve daily attendance. Note* – Missing as few as 2 days per month is considered chronically absent! We want to see your student in school every day! 

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