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  • What is black, white, and green all over?  Two skunks fighting over a pickle!
  • Having just completed day 2 of the Walk-A-thon pledge period and you’ve already raised over $2500!  Keep up the great work! Not only will you help raise money for our school but you could win some awesome prizes! The student that raises the most for their grade gets $100 cash! Not registered yet? Visit the getmovincrew.com website to register and raise $10 to become eligible for our first raffle taking place on Tuesday.  We’ll be choosing three lucky raffle winners that will each win a $10 Starbucks gift card live during the TETV Morning news.  There’s more prizes to come and the earlier you start fundraising, the more chances you have to win. Be sure to register soon!!  

  • Attention 6th graders: Peer Mediation is looking for 6th graders to be part of the amazing Peer Mediation team! Do you like to help friends solve their problems? Are you a good listener? Can you keep information confidential? If you are answering these questions with a yes then you should apply. You can get your Peer Mediation application in Peer Mediation Room 211, the office, or the guidance counselor's office. The application deadline has been extended to October 5th but please apply soon!!!! 

  • Yearbook Club will hold its first meeting next Thursday in room 123, right after school.  If you want to be involved in the Yearbook design choices, color choices, cover, and contents, we will begin right at this very first meeting. Be prepared to take the late bus, or have a ride home.

  • The TEMS girls kicked off against rivals Ellington yesterday afternoon in a very physical match. The match was mostly even as defenders Huntyr Courtois, Sidney Montana, Iniya Raja, and Hailey Testa kept the threat low. Outstanding plays came from Mikayla Evans, Hailey Testa, Anna Matus, and Megan Martin who demonstrated hustle and determination throughout the game. The Cougars fought hard and were able to keep the score tied at half-time. In the second half, TE let in a quick two goals and couldn't seem to recover. Through balls played by Emily Ledger and Megan Martin opened up gaps, but were not enough to give TE the momentum they needed. Katelyn Roux had a strong second half with a few chances on goal. Roux linked up with the likes of Lexi Lilly and Arden Sansom for a few plays, but Ellington was able to prevent TE from finding the back of the net. Hailey Butler played strong between the goalposts making six saves on the day. The Cougars face East Hartford at home next Tuesday at 3:30. Come out and support the team!

  • The TE Boys Soccer team were in action again last night taking on the Wildcats of Ellington. Unfortunately the Cougars were taken down by the cats as they fell 4 to 1. Damian Ayala scored the lone goal for the Cougars. Xavier Crane; Erik Montes de Oca and Kyle Castro played strong in defense. Aadi Dey had two superb efforts on goal though the Cougars weren't able to follow up and put them in. Next up the Cougars travel to east Hartford on Tuesday.

  • Attention all Band, Orchestra and Chorus members: Information is now posted in your Music Google Classroom with instructions on how to audition for the Timothy Edwards Jazz Band.  Please check the classroom or see Mr. Marci with any questions.

  • Today for lunch... In the Create line you can have Popcorn Chicken Bowl. In the Grill line you can have Turkey Hot Dog and in the On the Go line you can have your choice of deli sandwiches. Have a great day, do your best and remember to always strive for 5!
Posted by dmatchett  On Sep 28, 2018 at 8:26 AM
  
  • The “Start With Hello” program was created by the Sandy Hook Promise. The goal is to be inclusive so that we create more connected classrooms, schools and communities. Green is the color that represents this organization. We would like to ask everyone to wear something green tomorrow to remind us to keep saying HELLO and take time to get to know each other better! Tomorrow is a HELLO Friday!! As a way to connect to others, please ask 5 people what their favorite color is and why. Have fun getting to know each other! So remember, please wear something green on Friday and say HELLO!
  • Very impressive TE! You’ve already raised over $1300 in just one day!  Not registered yet? Be sure to visit the getmovincrew.com website to register and become eligible for our first raffle taking place on Tuesday.  We’ll be choosing three lucky raffle winners that will each win a $10 Starbucks gift card live during the TETV Morning news.  There’s more prizes to come and the earlier you register, the more chances you have to win, so be sure to register soon!!  

  • Attention all band, orchestra and chorus members: Information is now posted in your music google classroom with instructions on how to audition for the Timothy Edwards Jazz Band.  Please check the classroom or see Mr. Marci with any questions.

  • Attention 6th graders: Peer Mediation is looking for 6th graders to be part of the amazing Peer Mediation team! Do you like to help friends solve their problems? Are you a good listener? Can you keep information confidential? If you are answering these questions with a yes then you should apply. You can get your Peer Mediation application in Peer Mediation Room 211, the office, or the guidance counselor’s office. The application deadline has been extended to October 5th but please apply soon!!!! 

  • Attention all 6th, 7th, and 8th graders: The Outdoor Education Club will be having three adventures this October.  First is a bike trip around Block Island on Saturday, October 13th.  Then, on October 17th we will take a hike at Case Mountain in Manchester, and the last trip is to Foster Farm for the corn maze and hayride on October 24th.  Please see Mr. Wilkinson in room 112 or Ms. Nelson in room 251 or stop by the main office if you’re interested in any of these trips. All are welcome!

  • Yearbook Club will hold its first meeting on Thursday, October 4th, room 123, right after school.  If you want to be involved in the Yearbook design choices, color choices, cover, and contents, we will begin right at this very first meeting. Be prepared to take the late bus, or have a ride home.

  • Today for lunch, in the Create Line you can have Beef Nachos and in the On the Go Line you can have Crispy Chicken Club. In the Deli Line you can have your choice of fresh made sandwiches. Do your best today and always remember to Strive for Five!
Posted by dmatchett  On Sep 27, 2018 at 8:17 AM
  
  • Today is the official kick off of the TE Walk-a-thon!  The Walk-A-Thon replaces the cookie dough fundraiser that has been done in the past and will be the only PTO fundraiser this year.  You should receive a flyer containing everything you and your parents need to know about the Walk-A-Thon today.  Register online at thegetmovincrew.com to get started.  There are lots of exciting prizes and raffles for students that help make the fundraiser a success and we’ll be sharing updates with you along the way until the walk-a-thon takes place on October 17th.  Our first raffle is for all students that have raised $10 or more. You will be entered to win one of three $10 Starbucks gift cards that will be chosen during our raffle live next Tuesday morning, right here on the TETV News.  The earlier you register, the more chances you have to win, so be sure to register soon!! There are lots more exciting prizes and raffles to come so stay tuned!  
  • Attention All Historians: Come to a History Club meeting on Wednesday October 3rd in room 358 right after school. A representative from the Old State House will present information about HISTORY DAY 2019 with the theme "Triumph and Tragedy". All TEMS students are welcome to attend. For more information, see Mr. Smith-Horn in room 358. 
  • Any Ambassadors that are able to come in Thursday morning at 7:30 to help with the “Starts with Hello” program, please sign up in the guidance office.
  • Yearbook Club will hold its first meeting on Thursday, October 4th, room 123, right after school.  If you want to be involved in the Yearbook design choices, color choices, cover, and contents, we will begin right at this very first meeting. Be prepared to take the late bus, or have a ride home.
  • Attention all 6th, 7th, and 8th graders: The Outdoor Education Club will be having three adventures this October.  First is a bike trip around Block Island on Saturday, October 13th.  Then, on October 17th we will take a hike at Case Mountain in Manchester, and the last trip is to Foster Farm for the corn maze and hayride on October 24th.  Please see Mr. Wilkinson in room 112 or Ms. Nelson in room 251 or stop by the main office if you’re interested in any of these trips. All are welcome!
  • Attention 6th graders: Peer Mediation is looking for 6th graders to be part of the amazing Peer Mediation team! Do you like to help friends solve their problems? Are you a good listener? Can you keep information confidential? If you are answering these questions with a yes then you should apply. You can get your Peer Mediation application in Peer Mediation Room 211, the office, or the guidance counselor’s office. The application deadline has been extended to October 5th but please apply soon!!!!  
  • Attention 8th Graders:  After School Intramural Basketball will begin on Monday, October 1st.  If interested, please pick up a packet from your PE teacher, the front office, or in Room 262.  You must have all forms signed and returned to Room 262 in order to participate. Registration is open to the first 24 students to bring in their signed forms.   
  • Today for lunch... In the Create line you can have Chicken Tenders. In the Grill line you can have Pizza Burger and in the On the Go line you can have your choice of deli sandwiches. Have a great day, do your best and remember to always strive for 5!
Posted by dmatchett  On Sep 26, 2018 at 9:00 AM
  
  • Attention 8th Graders: After School Intramural Basketball will begin on Monday, October 1st.  If interested, please pick up a packet from your PE teacher, the front office, or in Room 262.  You must have all forms signed and returned to Room 262 in order to participate. Registration is open to the first 24 students to bring in their signed forms.   
  • Attention all Historians: Come to a History Club meeting on Wednesday October 3rd in room 358 right after school. A representative from the Old State House will present information about History Day 2019 with the theme "Triumph and Tragedy".  All TEMS students are welcome to attend. For more information, see Mr. Smith-Horn in room 358. 
  • If there are any Ambassadors that are able to come in before school on Wednesday morning to help with the "Starts with Hello" program, please sign up in the Guidance office.
  • Yearbook Club will hold its first meeting on Thursday, October 4th, room 123, right after school.  If you want to be involved in the Yearbook design choices, color choices, cover, and contents, We will begin right at this very first meeting. Be prepared to take the late bus, or have a ride home.
  • Attention all 6th, 7th, and 8th graders: The Outdoor Education Club will be having three adventures this October.  First is a bike trip around Block Island on Saturday, October 13th.  Then, on October 17th we will take a hike at Case Mountain in Manchester, and the last trip is to Foster Farm for the corn maze and hayride on October 24th.  Please see Mr. Wilkinson in room 112 or Ms. Nelson in room 251 or stop by the main office if you’re interested in any of these trips. All are welcome!
  • Today for lunch... In the Create line you can have French Toast sticks. In the Grill line you can have Mozzarella Sticks and in the On the Go line you can have your choice of deli sandwiches. Have a great day, do your best and remember to always strive for 5!
Posted by dmatchett  On Sep 25, 2018 at 8:15 AM
  
  • Good Morning TE - The 3rd Annual PTO Walk-A-Thon will kick off on Wednesday.  This is our only fundraiser of the school year and we need your support!  Our school goal is to raise $20,000 and our individual student goal – that’s you – is to raise $50.  The money we raise helps to support activities and events sponsored by our school.  On Wednesday you will receive a packet of information that tells you and your family how to go on line to begin the pledge process.  So our kick off date is Wednesday, September 26th.  Our Walk-a-Thon date is Wednesday, October 17th.  You will have almost a month to get those pledges.   There are incentives, too!  As you raise money, your name gets put into a raffle to win some pretty cool prizes like gift cards to Starbucks, Barnes/Noble, Ben and Jerry’s, Jump Off and CineMark.  Also, the top fundraising student in each grade will receive a $100 cash prize, and the overall top team will win a pizza party.  We will be highlighting amounts raised by each team in the cafeteria so that you can watch how your team is doing.  So let’s get ready to do our best to reach that goal!! Have a great day, do your best and ALWAYS STRIVE FOR FIVE plus ONE.
  • Attention 8th Graders: After School Intramural Basketball will begin on Monday, October 1st.  If interested, please pick up a packet from your PE teacher, the front office, or in Room 262.  You must have all forms signed and returned to Room 262 in order to participate. Registration is open to the first 24 students to bring in their signed forms.   
  • We want to remind you that today is the beginning of "It Starts With Hello"! Everyone will be given a name tag in homeroom this morning. Write you name on it and wear it for the day. Remember to say hi to people you know... and also meet some new people today.. because it all STARTS WITH HELLO! 
  • If there are any Ambassadors that are able to come in before school on Wednesday morning to help with the "Starts with Hello" program, please sign up in the Guidance office.
  • Yearbook club will hold its first meeting on Thursday, October 4th, room 123, right after school.  If you want to be involved in the yearbook design choices, color choices, cover, and contents, we will begin right at this very first meeting. Be prepared to take the late bus, or have a ride home.
  • Attention all 6th, 7th, and 8th graders: The Outdoor Education Club will be having three adventures this October.  First is a bike trip around Block Island on Saturday, October 13th.  Then, on October 17th we will take a hike at Case Mountain in Manchester, and the last trip is to Foster Farm for the corn maze and hayride on October 24th.  Please see Mr. Wilkinson in room 112 or Ms. Nelson in room 251 or stop by the main office if you’re interested in any of these trips. All are welcome!
  • Congrats to the Girls Cross Country team on their first place victory at the Harry Geraghty Invitational. 17 TE runners earned a medal by placing in the top 25.  Among these included Audrey Manning who came in 2nd with a time of 14 minutes and 49 seconds on the 2 mile course as well as Madelyn Syme, Taylor Lord, Emma Lord, and Molly Caron, who all finished in the top 11. Annaliese Mills and Sophia Cinxo both made big strides each taking nearly 2 minutes off their times from last year.  The Cougars look forward to their next race against JFK of Enfield this Tuesday. Good luck, runners!
  • The Boys Cross Country team ran their first race of the season Saturday morning and put on an impressive performance. The weather finally felt good and the team looked fast as they successfully defended their title as champions of the Harry Geraghty Invitational. Colin Heslin led the way with the overall victory, followed closely by Aidan Walsh taking second.  Jason Soloperto ran a strong race, finishing in the top 20 and crossing the line almost 2 and a half minutes quicker than last year. Max Plunske and Nathan Grilli also had great races, showing their hard work has led to significant improvement.  The will be back in action on Tuesday, when they travel to Enfield to race at JFK.
  • Today for lunch... In the Create line you can have Chicken Tenders. In the Grill line you can have Chicken Club and in the On the Go line you can have your choice of deli sandwiches. Have a great day, do your best and remember to always strive for 5!
Posted by dmatchett  On Sep 24, 2018 at 8:58 AM
  
  • Why is the artist on the no fly list?  Because he is too sketchy!
  • Attention 8th Graders: After School Intramural Basketball will begin on Monday, October 1st.  If interested, please pick up a packet from your PE teacher, the front office, or in Room 262.  You must have all forms signed and returned to Room 262 in order to participate. Registration is open to the first 24 students to bring in their signed forms.   
  • Any students interested in helping with the technical side of the TETV Morning news should stay after today until 4:00. We will be holding a technical training session today. 
  • The Boys Soccer team were in action last night taking on the Illing Rams of Manchester.  The game was back and forth until Josiah Chamberlain drew a foul at the top of the box and Jack Stricker hammered home the free kick.  However, in just a few minutes, the visitors drew level and then they were ahead 2-1 just like that.  In the second half, Aadi Dey converted a spot kick, after Chamberlain drew yet another foul.  The visitors continued to press and got a third to make the final score 3-2.  The Cougars next game is Tuesday after school when they take on JFK from Enfield.
  • The TEMS lady Cougars kicked off against the Illing Rams yesterday afternoon. The Cougars began with strong pressure from the wings as Sarah Gordon, Arden Sansom, and Lexi Lilly displayed great offensive pressure in the first half. In midfield, Megan Martin proved to be a complete player as she stopped numerous attacks, but also distributed the ball evenly to help put the team in scoring position. Early on crosses swung in frequently, but the lady Cougars struggled to find the back of the net. Late in the first half, TE struck first as midfielder Emily Ledger found the foot of Elise Suffish who hammered the ball into the back of the net scoring her first goal as a Cougar. This goal was vital as it proved to be the game winner. In the second half, TE took a more defensive approach allowing Iniya Raja and Huntyr Courtois to demonstrate their ability to keep the Rams at bay. Defensive highlights also came from Hailey Testa and Sidney Montana who both had amazing composure and were relentless in keeping the ball in the offensive half. Goalkeeper Haley Butler managed the game between the pipes and made three saves on the day in order to keep a shutout. Shots in the second half came from Kaitlyn Roux, Emily Ledger, and Abby Peruccio. The Cougars look forward to face JFK in Enfield next week on Tuesday at 3:45.
  • Attention Peer Mediators: There will be no eating lunch in the Peer Mediation room today. Have a great weekend everyone!
  • One word can have more of an impact than you can ever imagine! Beginning Monday we are going to start with Hello, Hi, Hola, Nameste, Konnichiwa, Hello, Ciao, Bonjour, Aloha, or Howdy. All this week we are going to have some fun making connections! In homeroom on Monday morning you will be given a name tag. Please print your name and wear it all day. Say Hello to everyone you see on Monday! On Tuesday, make sure that you check out the Pinwheels for Peace display in front of TE. This reminds us to share peace and kindness with each other. Stay tuned for more activities throughout the week...Let's bring people together by simply saying Hello to everyone! 
  • Attention All Field Hockey Players: Practice for today is cancelled please go home on your regular bus. Please condition over the weekend.  Regular practice will resume on Monday until 4:45.  

  • If there are any Ambassadors that are able to come in before school on Wednesday morning to help with the “Starts with Hello” program, please sign up in the Guidance office.
  • Today for lunch... In the Create line you can have Chicken Tenders. In the Grill line you can have Chicken Club and in the On the Go line you can have your choice of deli sandwiches. Have a great day, do your best and remember to always strive for 5!
Posted by dmatchett  On Sep 22, 2018 at 4:51 PM
  
  • Attention 8th Graders: After School Intramural Basketball will begin on Monday, October 1st.  If interested, please pick up a packet from your PE teacher, the front office, or in Room 262.  You must have all forms signed and returned to Room 262 in order to participate. Registration is open to the first 24 students to bring in their signed forms.   
  • Any students interested in helping with the technical side of the TETV Morning News should stay after today until 4:00 pm. We will be holding a technical training session today.
  • Today for lunch... In the Create line you can have Chicken Fajitas. In the Grill line you can have Chicken Cordon Blue and in the On the Go line you can have your choice of deli sandwiches. Have a great day, do your best and remember to always strive for 5!
Posted by dmatchett  On Sep 20, 2018 at 8:52 AM
  
  • Attention 8th Graders:  After School Intramural Basketball will begin on Monday, October 1st.  If interested, please pick up a packet from your PE teacher, the front office, or in Room 262.  You must have all forms signed and returned to Room 262 in order to participate. Registration is open to the first 24 students to bring in their signed forms.   
  • The lady Cougars faced off against fierce opponents Tolland in their home opener yesterday afternoon. The game proved to be a tough match against a strong opponent as the Cougars lost 5-0. In the first half, the Cougar's tried to get a rhythm as Abby Peruccio and Emerson Iacovelli linked together numerous passes. Amazing defensive performances came from Megan Martin, Sidney Montana, Hailey Testa, and Huntyr Courtois. Rounding out the wing backs was Anna Matus and Chion Pollard, who with the support of the Haley Butler in goal, helped hold Tolland to only 1 goal by halftime. In the second half, Lexi Lilly, Emily Ledger, Katelyn Roux, and Sarah Gordon created a handful of chances, and did an amazing job pressuring the Tolland defense. The Cougars displayed hustle throughout the second half with great tackles from 6th grader's Elise Suffish and Ritika Abburi. Additional opening day highlights came from Leighana Ferrabelo, Mikayla Evans, and Iniya Raja, as the trio helped to halt countless Tolland attacks. Goalkeeper's Haley Butler and Catherine Downes totaled 14 saves on the day. Overall, it was a hard-fought game for the Cougars as they look forward to their first away game on Thursday at 3:30 against Illing. 
  • The Boys Soccer team were in action last night taking on Tolland. The boys came out a touch flat allowing the Falcons time and space thus leading to four goals for the opponent. TE picked it up in the second half led by Xavier Crane and Aadi Dey. Scoring for the cougars was Dey from the penalty spot and Kiran Francis on a follow up in front of the goal. Next game for TE is Thursday after school.
  • Today for lunch... In the Create line you can have Cheese Bread Sticks. In the Grill line you can have Meatball Sub and in the On the Go line you can have your choice of deli sandwiches. Have a great day, do your best and remember to always strive for 5!
Posted by dmatchett  On Sep 18, 2018 at 9:14 AM
  
  • Today looks like another wonderful day but how long will it last, let's take a look at your forecast. Today temperatures will be just around eighty degrees with some clouds in the morning hours but then sun for the rest of the day. It looks like we can finally see a hint of fall in our forecast because temperatures will be dropping into the mid to low seventies by the end of the week. Tonight temperatures will be in the upper sixties but as we continue the week it looks like our low temperatures will be dropping into the fifties. We will be seeing sunny skies today but then we will be dealing with the remnants of Hurricane Florence which will bring some heavy downpours on Tuesday but then we will be seeing sunny skies on Wednesday again. Jordan Cosman TETV Morning News, guys, back to you.
  • Attention 8th Graders:  After School Intramural Basketball will begin on Monday, October 1st.  If interested, please pick up a packet from your PE teacher, the front office, or in Room 262.  You must have all forms signed and returned to Room 262 in order to participate. Registration is open to the first 24 students to bring in their signed forms.  

  • Please remember to hand in TEAM after school activity paperwork today as it is the last day to sign up, again, please return TEAM activity paperwork to the main office today.

  • Today for lunch... In the Create line you can have Cheese Bread Sticks. In the Grill line you can have Meatball Sub and in the On the Go line you can have your choice of deli sandwiches. Have a great day, do your best and remember to always strive for 5!
Posted by dmatchett  On Sep 17, 2018 at 10:12 AM
  
  • What happend to the frog that parked illegally?  It got TOAD!!!! 
  • Reminder to all of those interested in auditioning for the Timothy Edwards Spotlight Show Choir! Completed audition forms must be returned to Mrs. Gasta no later than today. Again spotlight audition forms are due today to room 145.
  • Attention girls Cross Country: letters will go home to all that tried out at the end of today's practice.  Practice will go until 4:00 today for all that tried out.  See Coach Nelson in room 251 with any questions. 

  • Don't forget to sign up for TEAM after school activities!  There are many different activities to choose from. So grab a friend or come and make some new ones. The deadline for signing up for TEAM after school activities is MONDAY Please note that the following activities are now Full :  Woodworking, STEAM for girls, Board Games and Afternoon at the Teen Center. Many options left, sign up by Monday.

  • Today for lunch... In the Create line you can have French Toast Sticks. In the Grill line you can have Turkey Hot dog and in the On the Go line you can have your choice of deli sandwiches. Have a great day, do your best and remember to always strive for 5!
Posted by dmatchett  On Sep 14, 2018 at 9:52 AM
  
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