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Wednesday, December 5, 2007

The Telesis Triangle

Maybe you have wondered the significance of the metal structure in the planter box when you first walk onto the Telesis Preparatory Academy campus. We call it the Telesis Triangle and it represents the partnership we have with students and parents at Telesis. The word Telesis is a word derived from Greek that means "planned progress." If we are going to plan the progress of each individual student, we need to join together as a three-member team: the teacher, the student, and the parents. The meaning of the sphere in the middle of the triangle is two-fold. It represents the curriculum that is shaped to the needs of each individual student and the world that awaits each student upon successful completion of one's education. The Telesis Triangle is there to remind us of this very important partnership to make possible the vision we hold for each of our students.


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Anonymous said...

Dear Dr.Breece's I want to say that this year has been the best year ever and I meet a lot of people and I am doing better in class this year and I am not felling and I am doing well. And my friend Joycelynne want's to say hi to you. Bye can't wait to see you at school next Monday.