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  • For those of you who were inspired by Ryan Parker, our presenter on Monday, and would like look at how poetry looks, sounds and feels like, then come grab a permission slip in guidance from Mrs. Kozik. Ryan will be running one workshop per grade in March. Stop by to get the information and permission slip. Space is limited and will be filled on a first come, first serve basis. So don't miss out and stop down today!

  • Continuing our spotlight on Black History Month, today we feature George Washington Carver, who was an African American scientist and educator. Carver is famous for many inventions including a number of uses for the peanut. Carver was born into slavery and went on to become one of the most prominent scientists and inventors of his time, as well as a teacher at the Tuskegee Institute. Carver devised over 100 products using one major crop — the peanut — including dyes, plastics and gasoline.
  • Attention Athletes!  Spring Sports Registration in Power School Parent Portal is now open!! You will not be able to try out unless Registration is complete! The deadline is Friday, March 6th. Spring sports include baseball, softball and track and field. Any questions see Mr. S in the gym or Mrs. Stewart in the Main Office. 
  • Tickets for the Healthy Living Fest will go on sale today morning in the gym common area. 6th graders - get your $5 ticket while you can because tickets are limited! Play corn hole with a police officer, make a friendship bracelet, have a snack, play with slime or play games! The event will be held on Wed., March 4th from 2:40-4:00 pm in the cafeteria. Get your ticket tomorrow so you can join in the fun!

  • It’s time to start casting your votes to determine the 2020 March Madness Book Brackets Winner! Check out and vote on the 8 book match-ups on the LMC page under the March Madness Book Bracket link. You don’t have to have read the books you are voting on; just vote for the title whose summary sounds the most interesting. The first round of voting will end on Thursday, March 5th. Don’t get left out on the sidelines; make sure you have your say in this year’s March Madness book winner! Please see Mrs. Longo if you have any questions.
  • Out of the Blue will meet immediately after school this Monday March 2 in room 312 in the Garnet hallway. Members, please bring the piece you have worked on.  Please be sure to see Ms. Olsen before Monday if you are unable to attend.
  • All of Mr. Marci’s classes will be in the auditorium today.  Please bring study materials with you.

  • Today for lunch in the Create line you can have French Toast Sticks, in the Grill line you can have Chicken Cordon Bleu and in the So Deli line you can have your choice of deli sandwiches. Have a great day and do your best to strive for five!
Posted by dmatchett  On Feb 28, 2020 at 8:24 AM
  
  • For those of you who were inspired by Ryan Parker, our presenter on Monday, and if you like how poetry looks, sounds and feels, then come grab a permission slip in guidance from Mrs. Kozik. Ryan will be running one workshop per grade in March. Stop by to get the information and permission slip. Space is limited and will be filled on a first come, first serve basis. So don't miss out and stop down today!

  • Continuing our spotlight on Black History Month, today we feature Katherine Johnson. The pioneering NASA mathematician whose story was told in the film "Hidden Figures," Ms. Johnson was essential in developing the math necessary to successfully and safely launch rockets to get astronauts to space, and the moon.  Ms. Johnson fought against sexist and segregational policies to become a trailblazing mathematician.   Ms. Johnson was honored by NASA with naming the Katherine Johnson Computational Research Facility, a facility at NASA's Langley Research Center in her honor. For her many contributions, Johnson was presented with the Presidential Medal of Freedom, the country's highest civilian award, by President Barack Obama in 2015.  Ms. Johnson died Monday at the age of 101.

  • Attention Athletes!  Spring Sports Registration in Power School Parent Portal is now open!! You will not be able to try out unless Registration is complete! The deadline is Friday, March 6th. Spring sports include baseball, softball and track and field. Any questions see Mr. S in the gym or Mrs. Stewart in the Main Office. 
  • Tickets for the Healthy Living Fest will go on sale tomorrow morning in the gym common area. 6th graders - get your $5 ticket while you can because tickets are limited! Play corn hole with a police officer, make a friendship bracelet, have a snack, play with slime or play games! The event will be held on Wed., March 4th from 2:40 - 4 pm in the cafeteria. Get your ticket tomorrow so you can join in the fun!

  • It’s time to start casting your votes to determine the 2020 March Madness Book Brackets Winner! Check out and vote on the 8 book match-ups on the LMC page under the March Madness Book Bracket link. You don’t have to have read the books you are voting on; just vote for the title whose summary sounds the most interesting. The first round of voting will end on Thursday, March 5th. Don’t get left out on the sidelines; make sure you have your say in this year’s March Madness book winner! Please see Mrs. Longo if you have any questions.
  • Out of the Blue will meet immediately after school this Monday March 2 in room 312 in the Garnet hallway. Members, please bring the piece you have worked on.  Please be sure to see Ms. Olsen before Monday if you are unable to attend.

  • Today for lunch in the Create line you can have Chicken Parmesan, in the Grill line you can have Meatball Sub and in the So Deli line you can have your choice of deli sandwiches. Have a great day and do your best to strive for five! 
Posted by dmatchett  On Feb 28, 2020 at 8:19 AM
  
  • Hi TE! Out of the Blue is still looking for submissions! So whether you're an artist, a photographer, a writer, or awesome in some other way, please be sure to give us your great work! Thank you!

  • Continuing our spotlight on Black History Month, today we feature Rube Foster a Baseball Player & Executive known as the “Father of Black Baseball.” Rube Foster was the best African-American pitcher of the first decade of the 1900's.  Mr. Foster organized the Negro National League, the first professional baseball league for African-Americans.  Mr. Foster also founded and managed the Chicago American Giants, one of the most successful black baseball teams.  As an owner-manager, Foster worked to improve conditions and salaries for players, and winning three league championships.  Mr. Foster was elected to the Baseball Hall of Fame in 1981.

  • Attention Athletes!  Spring Sports Registration in Power School Parent Portal is now open!! You will not be able to try out unless Registration is complete! The deadline is Friday, March 6th. Spring sports include baseball, softball and track and field. Any questions see Mr. S in the gym or Mrs. Stewart in the Main Office. 
  • Tickets for the Healthy Living Fest will go on sale tomorrow morning in the gym common area. 6th graders - get your $5 ticket while you can because tickets are limited! Play corn hole with a police officer, make a friendship bracelet, have a snack, play with slime or play games! The event will be held on Wed., March 4th from 2:40-4:00 pm in the cafeteria. Get your ticket tomorrow so you can join in the fun!

  • Today for lunch in the Create line you can have Chicken Tenders, in the Grill line you can have Chicken Bacon Cheddar Melt and in the So Deli line you can have your choice of deli sandwiches. Have a great day and do your best to strive for five! 
Posted by dmatchett  On Feb 26, 2020 at 8:12 AM
  
  • Hello Timothy Edwards students, it is my pleasure to tell you a little bit about the Black History Month display currently in our school main lobby.  On display is an authentic game jersey worn by legendary hockey player Grant Fuhr.  Grant Fuhr was the NHL's first black goaltender who was arguably the best goalie to ever play the game.  With his incredible athletic ability, Grant Fuhr became the first black man to win a Stanley Cup and would go on to win five Stanley Cups throughout his career.  The jersey on display is the actual jersey he wore to win the 1984 Stanley Cup over the New York Islanders.  After a tremendous career, Grant Fuhr would go on to be the first black man ever inducted into the Hockey Hall of Fame and was also named as one of the top 100 hockey players of all time during the NHL's 100th anniversary season.  If you take a moment to look up close at the jersey display you might see a dark mark on the right sleeve.  Look closely at the picture next to it and you will see the very same mark.  Collector's of sports memorabilia call this a photo match which helps to prove the authenticity of the item.  I hope you will stop and take a nice look at this piece of history as we celebrate Black History Month.
  • This past Friday, 55 TE students took part in the New England Math League competition.  The top 5 scores from each grade are as follows: 

From the 6th grade - Shaurya Ranjan took top honors with a score of 29 out of 35.  He was followed by Aarush Agarwal, Rishab Premish, Ayush Singh and tied for 5th were Tejbir Litt, Alyssa Nguyen, and Jerry Zhu.  

The 7th grade top scores are Aarush Kalia with a score of 32 out of 35by Roger Mao, Smriti Rajan, and Jani Ganesh.  followed closely by Daniel Stoyanov with a score of 31 followed 

The top five 8th grade scores are as follows:  Rishabh Mohapatra with a score of 29 out of 35, followed by Iris Wen and Mehana Nagarur with scores of 28, and then Aricka Boosa, and Advaith Satish with scores of 27.  

Congratulations to all participants for a very fine effort.  Students will be able to pick up his or her score sheets along with the solutions from their math teachers by the end of the week. Friday's competition wrapped up another exciting year for all the MathCounts participants.  We still have six students to compete in the Connecticut State MathCounts competition on march 7th.  Best of luck to them and again, congratulations to all of this years Math Counts participants.  

  • Hi TE!  Out of the Blue is still looking for submissions!  So whether you're an artist, a photographer, a writer, or awesome in some other way, please be sure to give us your great work!  Thank you!

  • Attention Baseball Players - There will be a mandatory, informational baseball meeting on Wednesday, February 26th for those interested in trying out for the Timothy Edwards Middle School Baseball Team.  The meeting will take place in room 121 immediately after school and end at 3:30 PM.  Plan on getting picked up at 3:30 PM or take the 4 pm late bus home. Once again, the meeting will take place on February 26th.

  • Attention Athletes!  Spring Sports Registration in Power School Parent Portal is now open!! You will not be able to try out unless Registration is complete! The deadline is Friday, March 6th. Spring sports include baseball, softball and track and field. Any questions see Mr. S in the gym or Mrs. Stewart in the Main Office. 
  • Attention 7th grade Ambassadors:  There will be a lunch meeting today in the guidance office.  You will get passes in this morning homeroom. 

  • Madam C.J. Walker - 1867 - 1919 (Entrepreneur & Activist) - The first Black female self-made millionaire in the United States, Madam C.J. Walker was the most successful female business owner of her time.  Ms. Walker made her fortune developing and marketing a line of beauty products for black women.  The Madam C.J. Walker Manufacturing Company, and the “Wagner Agents” sold some of the first successful beauty products to Black communities throughout the United States.  Ms. Walker was inducted into the National Women’s Hall of Fame in Seneca, New York in 1993.
  • Today for lunch in the Create line you can have Chicken Nuggets with Mac and Cheese, in the Grill line you can have Turkey Hot Dog and in the So Deli line you can have your choice of deli sandwiches. Have a great day and do your best to strive for five!
Posted by dmatchett  On Feb 24, 2020 at 9:07 AM
  
  • Today everyone will take the next “Having a Voice” survey in the google classrooms after announcements. Homeroom teachers, please remind students to complete the survey before they leave homeroom. Thank you!

  • In case you didn’t hear, we will be having Ryan Parker visit our school on Monday, February 24th!!! Who is Ryan Parker you ask? He is a Manchester based poet who has been influenced by the strength, wisdom and humor of his mom, love for hip hop and people.  Because of his personal frustrations with his own educational experiences as a kid, Ryan  promised himself he would  bring golden noise into education to make it fun and empower youth to have a voice. He will be bringing in some of that fun with him next Monday. CLICK HERE to get a sneak peak to who he is and what he has done, like the poetry slams he hosts. Be ready for some high energy fun, and who knows, maybe you’ll find out you are interested in something you never gave any thought to!

  • Attention Baseball Players: There will be a mandatory, informational baseball meeting on Wednesday, February 26th for those interested in trying out for the Timothy Edwards Middle School Baseball Team.  The meeting will take place in room 121 immediately after school and end at 3:30 PM.  Plan on getting picked up at 3:30 PM or take the 4 pm late bus home. Once again, the meeting will take place on February 26th.
  • Attention Athletes!  Spring Sports Registration in Power School Parent Portal is now open!! You will not be able to try out unless Registration is complete! The deadline is Friday, March 6th. Spring sports include baseball, softball and track and field. Any questions see Mr. S in the gym or Mrs. Stewart in the Main Office. 
  • Attention 7th grade Ambassadors:  There will be a lunch meeting on Monday, Feb 24 in the guidance office.  You will get passes in homeroom. 

  • Elijah McCoy - 1844 - 1929 (Inventor) - The son of former slaves from Kentucky who reached Canada on the Underground Railroad, Elijah McCoy was able to attend school in Edinburgh, Scotland to study mechanical engineering.  He had 57 patents, mostly working to improve steam engines, but never made much money for himself.  Others used Mr. McCoy’s inventions in theirs, making them millionaires.  His oil-drip cup invention was so amazing that people developed the term “The Real McCoy” to mean something original and of high quality.
  • Hi TE!  Out of the Blue is still looking for submissions!  So whether you're an artist, a photographer, a writer, or awesome in some other way, please be sure to give us your great work!  Thank you!

  • Everyone going on the Outdoor Ed Snow Tubing trip to Powder Ridge today, please meet in Ms. Nelson's room 251 after school. Make sure to bring all of your stuff with you. 

  • Today for lunch in the Create line you can have Whole Grain French Toast Sticks, in the Grill line you can Have Italian Chicken Meatball Sub and in the So Deli line you can have your choice of deli sandwiches. Have a great day and do your best to strive for five!
Posted by dmatchett  On Feb 21, 2020 at 10:08 AM
  
  • Today everyone will take the next “Having a Voice” survey in Google Classroom after announcements. Homeroom teachers, please remind students to complete the survey before they leave homeroom. Thank you!

  • Monday, February 24th, we will be having a very special guest presenter coming to TE. His name is Ryan Parker and he calls himself an "Edutainer Artivist." Ryan is a motivational speaker who promotes peace-building and confidence-building.  Influenced by hip hop music, he uses his poetry to empower youth. Parker is described as  "a linguistic gourmet chef that chooses words to create a delicacy for the reader to consume and digest until full from pure poetic sustenance."  We are very excited to bring Ryan to speak with all of you. Look for his flyers hanging around the building to get more information on him. CLICK HERE to learn more about Ryan. 
  • Attention Baseball Players: There will be a mandatory, informational baseball meeting on Wednesday, February 26th for those interested in trying out for the Timothy Edwards Middle School Baseball Team.  The meeting will take place in room 121 immediately after school and end at 3:30 PM.  Plan on getting picked up at 3:30 PM or take the 4 pm late bus home. Once again, the meeting will take place on February 26th.

  • Attention all 8th Graders: This Friday we are having our monthly business lunch.  If you are interested in being a police officer or joining the military, you should definitely attend! Sign up today in the counseling office to have lunch with Officer Roy on Friday. 

  • Attention 7th grade Ambassadors:  There will be a lunch meeting on Monday, Feb 24 in the guidance office.  You will get passes in homeroom. 
  • Shirley Chisholm - 1924 - 2005
    Politician & Educator

The first African-American woman elected to Congress in 1968, serving New York’s 12th district for seven terms was Shirley Chisholm. Shirley Chisholm was also the first African-American candidate for a major political party’s nomination for President of the United States in 1972.  Ms. Chisholm was a defender of public school systems, working to secure and preserve funding for inner city schools, especially in her district of Brooklyn.  In 1993, Ms. Chisholm was inducted into the National Women’s Hall of Fame.  In 2015, she was awarded the Presidential Medal of Freedom by President Barack Obama.

  • Hi TE!  Out of the Blue is still looking for submissions!  So whether you're an artist, a photographer, a writer, or awesome in some other way, please be sure to give us your great work!  Thank you!
  • Tomorrow will be our next “Having a Voice” survey day, so everyone please remember to bring your Chromebooks to homeroom on Friday!

  • Today for lunch in the Create line you can have Toasty Cheese Sandwiches, in the Grill line you can have Italian Chicken and in the So Deli line you can have your choice of deli sandwiches. Have a great day and do your best to strive for five!
Posted by dmatchett  On Feb 20, 2020 at 10:45 AM
  
  • MathCounts will have the New England Math League competition Friday morning.  This will be our last regular meeting of MathCounts this school year.  So don't forget - the New England Math League competition will be Friday morning.  We will start the competition promptly at 7:10, so please be seated with your calculator, pencil and eraser by 7:05.  See you there.  

  • Monday, February 24th, we will be having a very special guest presenter coming to TE. His name is Ryan Parker and he calls himself an "Edutainer Artivist." Ryan is a motivational speaker who promotes peace-building and confidence-building.  Influenced by hip hop music, he uses his poetry to empower youth. Parker is described as  "a linguistic gourmet chef that chooses words to create a delicacy for the reader to consume and digest until full from pure poetic sustenance."  We are very excited to bring Ryan to speak with all of you. Look for his flyers hanging around the building to get more information on him. Click Here to learn more about Ryan. 
     
  • Attention Baseball Players - there will be a mandatory, informational baseball meeting on Wednesday, February 26th for those interested in trying out for the Timothy Edwards Middle School Baseball Team.  The meeting will take place in room 121 immediately after school and end at 3:30 PM.  Plan on getting picked up at 3:30 PM or take the 4 pm late bus home. Once again, the meeting will take place on February 26th.
  • Attention all 8th Graders: This Friday we are having our monthly business lunch.  If you are interested in being a police officer or joining the military, you should definitely attend! Sign up today in the counseling office to have lunch with Officer Roy on Friday. 


  • Attention 7th grade Ambassadors:  There will be a lunch meeting on Monday, Feb 24 in the guidance office.  You will get passes in homeroom. 

  • As February is Black History Month, TE would like to recognize influential African Americans throughout our country's history.  Today's subject is Benjamin Banneker, an inventor and architect. As a free and self-taught African-American who took over his family's farm at the age of 15, Benjamin Bannecker is known for inventing the first clock in America in the 1750s.  Mr. Banneker was a contemporary of Thomas Jefferson, and wrote to him discussing the topics of slavery and racial equality.  He is best known for designing and surveying the area for what is now the nation's capital in Washington D.C. in 1791 after the lead architect quit, saving the project.   Stay tuned for more biographies throughout the month!

  • Today for lunch in the Create line you can have Bosco Sticks, in the Grill line you can have Philly Cheese Steak and in the So Deli line you can have your choice of deli sandwiches. Have a great day and do your best to strive for five!
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    MathCounts will have the New England Math League competition  Friday morning.  This will be our last regular meeting of MathCounts this school year.  So don't forget - the New England Math League competition will be Friday morning.  We will start the competition promptly at 7:10, so please be seated with your calculator, pencil and eraser by 7:05.  See you there.  

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    Monday, February 24th, we will be having a very special guest presenter coming to TE. His name is Ryan Parker and he calls himself an "Edutainer Artivist." Ryan is a motivational speaker who promotes peace-building and confidence-building.  Influenced by hip hop music, he uses his poetry to empower youth. Parker is described as  "a linguistic gourmet chef that chooses words to create a delicacy for the reader to consume and digest until full from pure poetic sustenance."  We are very excited to bring Ryan to speak with all of you. Look for his flyers hanging around the building to get more information on him.
     
     
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     Attention Baseball Players - there will be a mandatory, informational baseball meeting on Wednesday, February 26th for those interested in trying out for the Timothy Edwards Middle School Baseball Team.  The meeting will take place in room 121 immediately after school and end at 3:30PM.  Plan on getting picked up at 3:30PM or take the 4pm late bus home. Once again, the meeting will take place on February 26th.

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    Attention all 8th Graders: This Friday we are having our monthly business lunch.  If you are interested in being a police officer or joining the military, you should definitely attend! Sign up today in the counseling office to have lunch with Officer Roy on Friday. 

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    Attention 7th grade Ambassadors:  There will be a lunch meeting on Monday, Feb 24 in the guidance office.  You will get passes in homeroom. 
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    As February is Black History Month, TE would like to recognize influential African Americans throughout our country's history.  Today's subject is Benjamin Banneker, an inventor and architect.
    As a free and self-taught African-American who took over his family's farm at the age of 15, Benjamin Bannecker is known for inventing the first clock in America in the 1750s.  Mr. Banneker was a contemporary of Thomas Jefferson, and wrote to him discussing the topics of slavery and racial equality.  He is best known for designing and surveying the area for what is now the nation's capital in Washington D.C. in 1791 after the lead architect quit, saving the project.  
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    Today for lunch you can have bosco sticks, in the grill line you can have philly cheese steak or you can also have your choice of deli sandwiches. Have a great day and do your best to strive for 
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Posted by dmatchett  On Feb 19, 2020 at 8:15 AM
  
  • Please note that rehearsals run until 5:00 pm starting today. Feel free to bring a snack and arrange to have transportation home at 5:00 o'clock. All cast members rehearse Tuesday and Thursday this week; named characters only on Wednesday.
  • Congratulations to the Timothy Edwards Middle School Jazz Ensemble who traveled to Philadelphia this weekend to compete in the National Jazz Festival!  After taking in the scenery and running up the very steps once run by Rocky Balboa, the band competed at the National Jazz Festival earning a strong 2nd Place finish which ended up being only one point behind the first place winner.  Eighth grade trumpet soloist Rohan Pruthi was named the top middle school musician for the entire festival! Congratulations to everyone who participated!

  • Attention Baseball Players – there will be a mandatory, informational baseball meeting on Wednesday, February 26th for those interested in trying out for the Timothy Edwards Middle School Baseball Team.  The meeting will take place in room 121 immediately after school and will end at 3:30 PM.  Plan on getting picked up at 3:30 PM or take the 4 pm late bus home. 

  • Volleyball Intramurals begin TOMORROW, (Wednesday Feb. 19).  There are still some available spots, so get your forms turned in.  If you have already submitted your forms, we will see you there!

  • Today for lunch in the Create line you can have Chicken Taco Meat, in the Grill line you can have Crispy Chicken Club and in the So Deli line you can have your choice of deli sandwiches. Have a great day and do your best to strive for five!
Posted by dmatchett  On Feb 18, 2020 at 8:51 AM
  
  • The BE THE CHANGE Club will be extending our game drive through next week.  If you are out and about during vacation, please consider picking up a new game such as Trouble, Uno, or Chutes & Ladders.  Your donation will make a BIG difference in the lives of the students at Holy Family school. Games may be dropped off in the box in your team hallway.  THANK YOU & BE THE CHANGE...
  • Attention all 8th grade students-  Anyone interested in trying out for the South Windsor High School Show Choir Choral Spectrum should immediately join the audition Google Classroom using the code pgpn7h5.  
  • Attention Athletes!  Spring Sports Registration in Power School Parent Portal is now open!! You will not be able to try out unless Registration is complete! Deadline is Friday, March 6th. Any questions see Mrs. Stewart in the Main Office. 
  • The Outdoor ed snow tubing trip to powder ridge is now full. The rock climbing and ice skating trips are filling up fast. If you are interested in either Rock Climbing at Stone age rock gym on February 27th or Ice Skating at South Windsor Arena on March 26th make sure to pick up permission slips from Ms. Nelson in room 251 or Mr. Wilkinson in room 112.

  • Attention all of Mr. Marci's band classes - please bring study materials with you to class today and report directly to the auditorium.  All band members must be sure to bring their instruments home over break.  All jazz ensemble members should report to the band room following these announcements. Mr. Marci's music matrix class should report to room 144 as normal.

  • Today for lunch in the Create line you can have Pasta with Meatballs, in the Grill line you can have Turkey Corn Dog and in the So Deli line you can have your choice of deli sandwiches. Have a great day and do your best to Strive for Five!
Posted by dmatchett  On Feb 12, 2020 at 8:02 AM
  
  • The BE THE CHANGE Club is holding a game drive Wednesday February 12th.  Games will be sent to the Holy Family school in the village of Hopkins, Belize, Central America. The Principal of the School, Miss Nunez, is looking for FUN, NEW games (sorry - no used games) with very simple directions.  Please bring in games like Sorry, Yahtzee, Trouble, Chutes & Ladders or Twister. YOUR donation will make a BIG difference in the lives of these student. Games may be dropped off in the box in your team hallway. So - THANK YOU & BE THE CHANGE...
  • Attention all 8th grade students-  Anyone interested in trying out for the South Windsor High School Show Choir Choral Spectrum should immediately join the audition Google Classroom using the code pgpn7h5.  
  • The Timothy Edwards literary magazine Out of the Blue is pleased to announce that we have won a national award for the 8th year in the row.  We placed at the level of "Excellent" in the NCTE's literary magazine contest.  Thank you to everyone who submitted last year, as your fabulous work and talent is what makes our magazine so great!  We hope you will consider submitting again this year!"

  • Attention Athletes! Spring Sports Registration in Power School Parent Portal is now open!!  You will not be able to try out unless Registration is complete! Deadline is Friday, March 6th. Any questions see Mrs. Stewart in the Main Office. 
  • The Outdoor Ed snow tubing trip to powder ridge is now full. The rock climbing and ice skating trips are filling up fast. If you are interested in either Rock Climbing at Stone age rock gym on February 27th or Ice Skating at South Windsor Arena on March 26th make sure to pick up permission slips from Ms. Nelson in room 251 or Mr. Wilkinson in room 112.

  • The boys basketball team knocked off Illing Middle School 62-45 at Manchester yesterday afternoon.  A tough half court defense kept the Rams stifled for most of the game and a strong transition offense pushed the Cougars to the victory in the semifinals of the playoffs.  The boys play East Hartford at East Hartford on Wednesday at 3:30 for the league championship.

  • Today for lunch in the Create line you can have Jerk Chicken, in the Grill line you can have Philly Cheese Steak and in the So Deli line you can have your choice of deli sandwiches. Have a great day and do your best to strive for five!
Posted by dmatchett  On Feb 11, 2020 at 11:15 AM
  
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