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Learning center, sets up TCS athletes for success

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Learning center, sets up TCS athletes for success

TCS Junior student, Felipe Hernandez, is playing tennis in an international event in United States. He is one of the TCS athletes that is going to be included in the program with benefits in the school. Felipe has been practicing tennis for over 8 years, and he is currently part of the national team. His training hours are extensive and his competitions are very long, which makes school very difficult for him.

TCS Junior student, Felipe Hernandez, is playing tennis in an international event in United States. He is one of the TCS athletes that is going to be included in the program with benefits in the school. Felipe has been practicing tennis for over 8 years, and he is currently part of the national team. His training hours are extensive and his competitions are very long, which makes school very difficult for him.

TCS Junior student, Felipe Hernandez, is playing tennis in an international event in United States. He is one of the TCS athletes that is going to be included in the program with benefits in the school. Felipe has been practicing tennis for over 8 years, and he is currently part of the national team. His training hours are extensive and his competitions are very long, which makes school very difficult for him.

TCS Junior student, Felipe Hernandez, is playing tennis in an international event in United States. He is one of the TCS athletes that is going to be included in the program with benefits in the school. Felipe has been practicing tennis for over 8 years, and he is currently part of the national team. His training hours are extensive and his competitions are very long, which makes school very difficult for him.

Simon Correa, Discoverer Staff Writer

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Changes in the TCS Athletic policy before the mid term break, will take place. Benefiting multiple TCS rising stars, the new process will set them to succeed.

On November 30th the learning center, headed by Susana Arias, will host a meeting for the elected students parents in the new library. The meeting will include: Darian George, School director; Ms. Ruth, and Susana, even though they managed to structure a good plan for the new policy, they want to present all the information to the families. After months of proposals, Arias, has managed a way to accommodate the proposal under school ruling. Rising population of athletes outside school has set the alarm for a reconstruction in the wat TCS manages their athletes.

“We have seen that many of you have been working really really hard to achieve important victories outside of school, and we want to acknowledge and support that, ”Susana Arias, TCS learning center, said.

Not only the school is being aware of the success of multiple athletes outside school, but they want to be a part of their process. They plan on supporting a certain group of students, by making the school a place in which they can support instead of being another rock on the road. High level athletes in the TCS have been admired for the dedication and will they have in order          to show results.

“Not only we have to training but as well, we need to get home to do homework and waste 3 hours of our sleeping time to do things that we shouldn’t do,” Tomas Angel, 10th grade student, said.

Athletes feel they are being slowly backed off their goals and future achievements, but this is coming to an end. The new policy will only provide benefits for athletes to buttress in the school which will give them new alternatives.

“We want to give you benefits and flexibilities for you to excel in both at the best time,” Arias, learning center, said.

Giving support to athletes, will not only make them satisfied but it will motivate more students to be towering in sports. This will create a very good look for the school and it will help the athletes boost their dreams outside school.

“It’s not a matter of benefit, I think it’s more a matter of being proud of our students, and what they are doing outside of school, and having the satisfaction to know that we did everything necessary to help you succeed,”Arias, learning center, said.

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