Advocates for the Success of All Tucker Schools

The Tucker Cluster Council’s (TCC) purpose is to create a unified voice to efficiently and effectively communicate the needs of every school in our cluster to the Dekalb County School District, including Brockett Elementary School, Idlewood Elementary School, Livsey Elementary School, Midvale Elementary School, Smoke Rise Elementary School, Tucker Middle School and Tucker High School.

Why Attend TCC Meetings?

TCC meetings allow you to have a direct impact on the success of our schools, which affects the quality of public education in our area, making Tucker more attractive to relocating families and businesses, while improving property values.

One immediate benefit of attending TCC meetings is the access it affords to the committed stakeholders in our community—parents, teachers, administrators and business owners—all invested in the improvement of public education in Tucker.

These stakeholders have countless years of education-related experience, and are available to share best practices and collaborate solutions to some of our school’s most pressing challenges.

Meetings are open to the public, and take place four times during the school year. The proposed meeting dates for the 2020-2021 school year will be virtual due to the COVID-19, held via Zoom platform. For a complete list of meetings, visit the TCC Events page here. All meetings are scheduled for 6:30 PM to 7:30 PM unless otherwise noted, with locations and agendas to be determined soon.

If you are interested in attending please email us here to receive the latest announcements, updates and reminders. We hope to see you at the next meeting.

And thank you for considering it!

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