This Week at the Street

Monday, December 3, 2018


LUNCH AND LEARN – Grades 6th-12th

Tuesday, December 4th will be our monthly installment of the secondary students' Lunch & Learn Series. Secondary students will need to bring a lunch that doesn’t require microwaving. We are excited to have Lisa Luby Ryan!


Mark your calendar for the annual PTSF Christmas program, “The Joy of Christmas,” Thursday, December 6th at 7:00 PM, TSC Sanctuary. Students in PK to 5th grade, Band, Middle School and High School Handbells will perform. Students are to wear Sunday best. Please, no jeans, graphic shirts, or hats.


Congratulations to the winner of the Geography Bee, Isael Jaimes. The runner-up was Heather Isenberg. They both did an excellent job! It was a battle until the very end. Our school champion will take an exam to move on to the next level.


December 8-9 at the Automobile Building at Fair Park-Dallas will be the annual Kwanzaa Feast! There will be free health screens, free prizes, and children activities. Stop by the office to pick up your free ticket.

Frost Bank in Duncanville, 150 East Highway 67, invites you to come out and have cookies with Santa on December 20th from 3:00-5:00 pm. Bring your own camera for a day to remember.


High School Student Council invites you to join in the holiday spirit of giving to support the needy in our community! Bring canned foods such as green beans, corn, peas, beans, cranberry sauce, and tuna.
Canned items will be donated to the Community Service Organization. We encourage you to give thanks for all God has blessed you with by giving generously to others! The last day to turn in your cans is this Friday, December 7th.

TSCA students are encouraged to bring baby items (bibs, socks, toys, etc.) for the tree in the Gallery. Items will be given to moms and babies through a local crisis pregnancy center.

Chapel Committee and the TSCA Ambassadors are joining together to lead this years’ service project for secondary students. The holidays remind us how blessed we are, and that there are many opportunities to bless our neighbors.
Secondary students will be participating in Soupmobile’s Christmas Shoebox drive to help Dallas’ homeless.
We are asking every 6th – 12th grade student to bring a shoebox to school (or a box about that size).
High school will be filling boxes to help the homeless stay warm and dry: bring items like hats, gloves, scarf, warm socks, hand warmers, plastic ponchos, small umbrellas, etc.
Middle schoolers will fill boxes to help the homeless maintain personal hygiene: bring items like small hand sanitizers, toothbrushes + toothpaste, disposable razors, travel size tissues, lip balm, hairbrushes, combs, etc.
There will be boxes placed in each classroom, and you can place your items in the box in your 3rd period teacher’s room. We will be collecting items until December 7th. Contact Ms. Myers or Ms. Forteau if you have any questions.

Looking Ahead

NJHS Meeting 2:00 pm

Wednesday, December 12, 2018

PK-12th grade Christmas Parties: Noon Dismissal: After school care closes at 3:00 pm.

Wednesday, December 19, 2018

HS Semester Exams December 17th-19th

Christmas Break December 20th- January 6th

Crusader Sport Stop

Varsity Girls Basketball vs. Granbury Cornerstone December 3rd 5:00 (HOME)

Monday, December 3, 2018

Varsity Boys Basketball vs. Granbury Cornerstone December 3rd 6:30 (HOME)

Monday, December 3, 2018

Varsity Girls and Boys Basketball Tournament at Tyler Street Christian Academy December 6 - 8