Parent’s Web

To access “Parent’s Web” CLICK HERE

To setup an new access to  “Parent’s Web”  CLICK HERE

Provides Parents and Students Always-Logged-In Instant Access to Student Grades and Homework, School Announcements and Directories, and Much, Much More!
Now featuring Lunch Ordering & Online Payments
at Participating Schools

RenWeb Home provides access to ParentsWeb information along with the conveniences of an Smartphone App for an annual subscription of $4.99 per household.  Features include:

  • Always-logged-in instant access to ParentsWeb information anytime, anywhere via iPhones and Android devices.
  • Smartphone integration with the School Directory, allowing you to Tap & Send emails or place phone calls instantly to School Directory listings for parents and faculty.
  • Ability to import homework assignments, school calendar events and directory listing to Smartphone calendars and contacts.
  • Online lunch ordering and online payments for lunch, miscellaneous charges and tuition fees at participating schools.

Available now in Apple App Store and Google Play Store. Search “RenWeb Home”.

 Family Handbooks

Grievance Policy

The TCS grievance policy is written in the spirit of Romans 12:18 which reads, “If it is possible, as far as it depends on you, live at peace with everyone.”  The TCS community must work together to effectively train the children God has entrusted to us. We can do this best by maintaining peaceful and respectful communications and relationships. Please follow the steps given below in expressing your concerns. We ask that you exercise humility and confidentiality throughout the process, as will all staff members.


If you, as a parent or guardian, have a concern regarding your child’s school day, please take that concern directly to your child’s teacher. The teacher will strive to resolve your issue and follow up with you the next week to confirm resolution. If you are still experiencing concerns, the teacher will arrange a meeting with you, the teacher, and Prinicipal.


If your child is in preschool, please take your concern to your child’s teacher. If resolution is not reached, the teacher will arrange a meeting with you, the teacher, and the Preschool Director (Mrs.Hollensworth). If resolution is still not reached, the Preschool Director will arrange a meeting for you with her and thePrincipal.


If you have a concern regarding your child’s athletics, please take that concern directly to your child’s coach. The coach will strive to resolve your issue and then follow up with you the next week to confirm resolution. If you are still experiencing concerns, the coach will arrange for you to meet with the coach and the athletic director (Coach Bishop). If, after meeting with the athletic director, you still have concerns, the athletic director will arrange a meeting for you with him and the Prinicpal.


If you have a concern regarding the general operation of the school, please take your concern to thePrinicpal.  If your concern remains, a meeting will be arranged with the President and Head of School.

Health Policy


  • A Medication Administration Release Form (MARF) must be signed by a parent/guardian before any prescription or scheduled medication will be given at school. A separate consent form is required for each prescription or scheduled medication to be administered at school. 
  • Over-the-counter medication, not scheduled by a physician, provided by TCS (including, but not limited to: Advil, Tylenol, Benadryl, Tums, topical ointments, or the generic equivalent) may be administered by TCS with a parent or guardian’s written consent located on the TCS School Health Information Form. A verbal consent by phone will be accepted until a written consent is received.
  • All medication (over-the-counter and prescription) must be kept in the nurse’s office. All medication should be brought to the nurse’s office between 7:30 AM and 8:00 AM. All scheduled or prescription medication must be in the original container and labeled with the child’s name. NO OUTDATED MEDICATIONS OR CONTAINERS WILL BE PERMITTED. Any student possessing medication (over-the-counter or prescription) is subject to disciplinary actions. 
  • The first dose of any new prescription medication must be given at home. 
  • No prescription or scheduled medication to be given three (3) times a day or less will be administered at school unless specified by a physician.
  • Permission of long-term medication must be renewed at the beginning of each year.
  • If necessary, the nurse is authorized to delegate administration of medication to another staff member.
  • No Schedule II medications will be given at school.

Self-administration of Medications

Students who have written permission from their parent or guardian and a licensed healthcare provider on file with the school may:

  1. Self-administer either a rescue inhaler or auto-injectable epinephrine;
  2. Perform his/her own blood glucose checks;
  3. Administer insulin through the insulin delivery system the student uses;
  4. Treat the student’s own hypoglycemia and hyperglycemia; or
  5. Possess on his or her person a rescue inhaler or auto-injectable epinephrine; or the necessary supplies and equipment to perform his/her own diabetes monitoring and treatment functions.
  6. These students shall be allowed to carry and self-administer such medication while in school; at an on-site school-sponsored activity; while traveling to or from school; or at an off-site school sponsored activity.

 Illness (See COVID Addendum Here)

Students whom the school nurse determines are unwell for school attendance will be sent home. Parents will be notified and children will be sent home when any one or combination of the following symptoms is noted: 

  • Oral temperature reads 100 or greater
  • Nausea, vomiting, or diarrhea
  • Rash
  • Conjunctivitis (“pink eye”)
  • Suspected communicable illness(see below)
  • Injury or illness requiring a physician’s evaluation
  • Head lice or nits
  • Ringworm (of the scalp)

If a child is sent home or stays home from school with any of the illnesses listed above, the child may not return to school until all applicable guidelines are met:

    • FEVER FREE WITHOUT THE USE OF FEVER REDUCING MEDICATION FOR 48 HOURS. Most fever is lowest in the morning, rises in the afternoon, and is highest in the evening.
  • Without nausea, vomiting, or diarrhea for 48 hours.
  • Evaluated or treated by a medical professional, and are able to present an excuse.

Please see the Family Handbook for the exclusion and re-admission criteria for specific communicable diseases and illnesses.