Elementary (K-6) Program Overview
The K-6 program is a home-school program located at Brown Elementary School in which parents are provided standards-based individual lesson plans, materials, and guidance for their children by a teacher. Students meet with the teacher one hour per week and the parent must attend with their child. The teacher organizes for the student and family the curriculum in the same pace as a traditional school, studying the same subjects and content as TUSD public school students. The parent is the primary teacher as they are responsible for delivering the instruction to the student as guided by the home-school teacher.
The program is on a trimester grading period to match the TUSD elementary school system. In addition, once per month students are invited on a field trip or to class to hear a guest speaker/presentation. This allows students to have the opportunity to meet and work with other students. It is recommended that students participate in these enrichment activities.
TK-K students will not be allowed to start school without immunizations. New students that transfer to TUSD will not start without immunizations. Parents requesting a “wavier” will be required to provide supporting documentation.
Requirements for Enrollment - Grades K-6
- Immunization Records (State Law)
- Birth Record