Trenton Central High School

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"CHILDREN COME FIRST, LOS NIÑOS SON PRIMERO"

Trenton Central High School

College Week

October 26th - 30th is college week at TCHS. Please click College Week October 2020 for the calendar of the week's events.

Trenton Youth Theater

Any Trenton 9th-12th graders who have an interest in theatre can sign up to be a part of our Saturday theatre program. Like Trenton Youth Orchestra, Singers, and Dance, we have connected with Princeton University to create Trenton Youth Theatre which meets via Zoom on Saturdays at 10 am. The link to sign up is below. This signs them up directly with the Princeton University leader of the program, Victoria Davidjohn. 

Rules for Attending TCHS Events: Football

Athletics Procedures for attending games during COVID 19
Only 2 adults per student athlete will be given parent passes and tickets for attending TCHS football games.
All spectators must have a pass and ticket to enter the parking lot you must park in the first parking lot when entering.
Entrance to the field will require a school issued parent pass and a school issued ticket to enter the game.
Admission to all games will begin 45 minutes before the start of the scheduled sporting event.
There will be a no re-entry policy; once you leave you are not allowed to return
Click below for more details

Trenton Central High School Athletics.docx

ADVANCED MANUFACTURING BOOT CAMP

Grant Funds Available

Learn the knowledge and skills required to enter the field of Advanced Manufacturing in our Boot Camp!

The Boot Camp will offer up to 6 college credits and the use of our state-of-the-art classroom in the Advanced Manufacturing Lab at MCCC.   Students can earn certifications such as OSHA-10 and  NIMS. There are opportunities for scholarships and possible funding for un/underemployed.

Participants who complete this program will be eligible to apply for apprenticeships through the  Career Advance USA grant. Those who complete apprenticeships have a high rate of immediate employment in the manufacturing sector.
Click ADVANCED MANUFACTURING BOOTCAMP for more information

Registration/Records Office Hours

NO WALKINS
REGISTRATION BY APPOINTMENT ONLY

REGISTRATION PACKET AND INSTRUCTIONS CAN BE PICKED UP FROM THE SCHOOL

 

CLASS OF 2020 DIPLOMAS

PICK UP TUESDAYS, WEDNESDAY, AND THURSDAY 9AM-12 NOON!

Graduation Pics

PARENT COMMUNITY COMPACT

TRENTON CENTRAL HIGH SCHOOL

 

 PARENT COMMUNITY COMPACT 

This compact was designed to serve as a tool to demonstrate the cooperation between school, parents and students towards building a successful partnership to help ensure children are participating in a safe, nurturing and challenging academic environment. The goal is that all students demonstrate academic growth relative to the Common Core State Standards as well as social emotional growth. By New Jersey Administrative Code, the parent/guardian must demonstrate receipt of the compact by signing and returning it to school.   


AS A PARENT/GUARDIAN, I WILL ENCOURAGE MY CHILD’S LEARNING BY:

 

  • Requiring regular school attendance and ensuring my child arrives school on time
  • Expressing high expectations for my child and offering praise and encouragement for achievement
  • Attending parent/teacher conferences at least two events during the school year
  • Supervising the completion of student homework, reading, and studying 
  • Staying informed about my child’s education and communicating with the school by promptly reading all notices

Click to download Compact Letter 2020-2021.docx 



District-wide Anti-Bullying Coordinator (ABC)

District Anti-Bullying Specialist (ABS)
Terrance Stokes, Manager of School Support / ABC
tstokes@trenton.k12.nj.us  Phone: (609) 656-4900 x 5459


Work Papers Here

 All minors under the age of 18 who work in New Jersey must have an employment certificate called “working papers” or a special permit. Please download the form here. You must first complete the personal information sectionthen have the potential employer complete the employment information and Promise of Employment. The document must then be taken to a physician who will perform a physical and sign the medical portion of the form. The parent/guardian must then sign, giving their authorization of your employment. You must then bring the completed certification to school so it can be reviewed and signed. You must bring a proof of age document, e.g., a birth certificate or a passport. Working Papers.pdf 

Upcoming Events

Oct
21

Grab and Go Meals

Wed Oct 21 2020
Oct
27
Oct
28

Grab and Go Meals

Wed Oct 28 2020

TCHS Student Assistance Program

About the Program
The goal of the TCHS program is to address and remove barriers that might hinder learning. For example, a student may be experience a problem related to substance abuse, face challenges at home or be housing insure. A student may also be a victim of bullying intimidation or harassment. These problems can have an impact on student performance and need to be addressed as quickly as possible.
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