Arrow's School of Advancement
The Arrow's School of Advancement has been developed to meet the academic needs of students who do not choose to attend a traditional "brick and mortar" school. Students are challenged with rigorous and relevant assignments designed to meet today's new standards of education for college readiness and career preparedness. Our program offers schedule and coursework flexibility previously unknown to students and parents until now. The Arrow's School of Advancement curriculum will prepare students for opportunities at the collegiate level or immediate employment upon completion of all high school requirements.
The Arrow's School of Advancement is a full-time online program for students in grades 6-12. Students are required to complete one lab session per week at Tecumseh High School while the remainder of the week coursework can be completed at home. The A.S.A. curriculum is designed to be self-paced; therefore, each student must be self-motivated to complete coursework, the student will be required to attend additional lab sessions (situations and circumstances may vary) each week. All student's who complete the A.S.A.'s required curriculum will receive a Tecumseh High School diploma. This is a diploma from a fully accredited academic institution.
For more information on A.S.A., please contact Mr. Russ Ostrowski at 937-845-4500.
Weather Closings & Delays
Every effort is made to announce any delay or closing as soon as possible. In the event of a delay or closing, information will appear on the home page of the district's website as soon as the decision to delay or close has been made. You can also call the Education Connection at 937-845-4483 for announcments. Delay and closing information is also communicated to the following TV stations; 2, 7, 22, and 45.
If you would like a text message and/or email from the district regarding any delays or closings, you can sign up using REMIND at remind.com or click here to be taken to the actual site.
REMIND is a text message notification app all buildings in the district are using to communicate with parents, staff, and community members. The buildings use this app to get the word out about special events or just reminders of what is happening in their building. The district uses the app to notify individuals of weather delays and/or closings when they occur. The information to subscribe to these REMIND notifications is listed below for the district and each building. You can cancel your subscription at any time if you no longer wish to receive notifications.
- Tecumseh High School Notifications
- Text the message @TECHS to 81010
- Tecumseh Middle School Notifications
- Text the message @TECMS to 81010
- Park Layne Elementary Notifications
- Text the message @PLELE to 81010
- Donnelsville Elementary Notifications
- Text the message @DONNELE to 81010
- New Carlisle Elementary Notifications
- Text the message @NCEELE to 81010
District Start & Stop Times
Tecumseh High School
The student day will start at 7:15 AM and end at 2:15 PM. Students may enter the building begining at 7AM.
Tardy Bell/First Period begins at 7:15 AM
Tecumseh Middle School
The student day will start at 7:20 AM and end at 2:15 PM. Students may enter the building beginning at 7AM
Tardy Bell/First Period begin at 7:20 AM
The student day will start at 8:40 AM and end at 3:05 PM
Students who wish to eat breakfast may enter the building at 8:10 AM
Walkers and car riders using shuttle buses to Donnelsville, New Carlisle, and Park Layne need to arrive at their home school by 7:55 AM.