We THE Tigers will be inspired to lead, honor, and excel today.

Bunny Cakes

October 21 is Read for the Record Day. In 2013 more than 2 million students across the United States read Otis. This year we are hoping to beat that record. Today, nearly 800 Tigers joined in reading Bunny Cakes by Rosemary Wells. It is fun to think of how many other students in America are reading this book today just like we are. Way to synergize, Tigers!

book character pumpkin  

Calling all Tigers! You are invited to participate in our annual Literary Pumpkin Patch. For more information, see the attached links or visit Mrs. Johnson in the library. The deadline to submit a pumpkin is Oct. 29. No cut or carved pumpkins will be accepted.

Pumpkin Contest Guidelines

Literary Pumpkin Patch Entry Form


hawaiian day


October 20-24 is Red Ribbon Week at Tuscany Heights. On Monday we will "Dance away from bullies." On Tuesday wear your Hawaiian clothes to tell bullies to "Lei off unhealthy choices" On Wednesday dress western as we "Give bad habits the boot." On Thursday, "team up" for a great school by wearing your favorite team attire. And on Friday, "Hat's off to our Tigers."

directory art winners


Congratulations to our PTA Directory Art Contest winners! We are proud to showcase your artwork in our directory. Thank you for sharing your talents with us!

EB Lewis
  Recipient of the Coretta Scott King award, and talented artist and illustrator, E.B. Lewis, visited Tuscany Heights this week. He inspired our students to strive for excellence and find their passion. Mr. Lewis signed many books, and took time to speak personally with one student, who illustrated his own picture for our guest. Thank you for a great visit, Mr. Lewis!

Bully Awareness Night



Tigers have been learning to Stand Up and Speak Out against bullying in our school. To view our Bully Prevention Presentation, click on the image to the left.

pajama day


Thank you Tiger families! We reached our Greenback Donation Goal this fall. Students were rewarded with Pajama Day. We enjoyed "Sharpening the Saw" with our classmates.

global cardboard challenge

The Global Cardboard Challenge came to Tuscany. GT students created games and invited their classmates to come play. Our hope is that students will be inspired by their peers to use their imagination to create something of their own.



Tuscany Heights is proud to be a Leader In Me School!

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