Tuscarawas Central Catholic Elementary School is dedicated to building disciples of Christ, providing an excellent academic program integrated with Catholic teaching, and promoting life long service to church and community.
Friday, March 24 is the end of the third grading period. Report Cards and Life Skill Reports will be issued the following week.
We have submitted our revised school improvement plans to the Ohio Catholic Schools Accrediting Association for approval. The improvement plan goals are:
The improvement plans detail step by step strategies and actions that we will take over the next several years to achieve the goals.
The fifth and sixth grade students from TCCES and Immaculate Conception School will attend camp April 27 and 28 at Camp Christopher near Akron. Packets with more information about the Environmental Education Program are being sent home to fifth and sixth grade parents.
Thursday, March 30 6:00 to 8:00 pm
Tuscarawas Central Catholic Jr/Sr High School
Free! Open to the public!
Theme is Four Seasons. The contest is open to the public. Judging in four divisions - Youth (17 and under) Black and White; Youth (17 and under) Color; Adult (18 and over) Black and White; Adult (18 and over) Color. The photographs must be no larger than “8 x 10”, on photo paper, mounted, matted or framed. Entries may be dropped off at the TCC office at 777 Third St. NE on school days, 8:00 a.m. – 3:00 pm. The deadline to submit an entry is 5:00 pm the day of the show, March 30. Fifty-dollar cash prizes for first place winners. Certificates for second and third place.
6:30 pm Tuscarawas Central Catholic Elementary School Singing Saints
7:30 pm Immaculate Conception School Junior Choir
7:45 pm TCC Jr/Sr High School Guitar Class
We are blessed to have many volunteers who serve Tuscarawas Central Catholic Elementary School. We want to wish happy birthday to one of our very special, long-time volunteers, Rita McNeil. Rita just celebrated her 98th birthday and still volunteers in the library! Thank you Rita and happy birthday!
Sixth grade student Alicia Sica Calel wrote this essay about What it means to Be A Saint!
Registration is now open for all grades from pre-school to grade six for the 2017-18 school year. We will waive the registration fee for current families registering students for grades kindergarten through grade six if you register by February 15. Registration packets are in the family envelope. Forms are also available in the office and on the Admissions page of this website.
A Catholic education is a priceless investment in the future of our children. But, we recognize that the cost of tuition can be a financial burden for some families. There are several ways we can help.
TCCES participates in the EdChoice Expansion Scholarship Program. This is an income-based scholarship that can pay the entire cost of tuition for families with children entering kindergarten through fourth grade in the 2017-18 school year. For example, a family of four with an income of $49,200 could qualify for the scholarship. Please call the school office for more information.
Tuition assistance is also available through the diocese, school and local churches. We only ask that all families seeking assistance apply through the FACTS program. Only one application is needed per family and there is no fee. Please apply by March 15 so that your application will also be considered for assistance by the diocese.
Tuscarawas Central Catholic Elementary School offers programs from pre-school through grade six. Our mission is to provide all students with opportunities to become life long learners by integrating Catholic teaching with academic excellence. We are affordable. We are open to all. We invite you to be a Saint.
TCCES is one of three Catholic Schools in Tuscarawas County.
Tuscarawas Central Catholic Junior/Senior High School in New Philadelphia houses grades seven thorugh 12. The website is
Immaculate Conception School in Dennison offers programs from pre-school through grade six. The website is www.icsdennison.org.