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  • The TE baseball team finished off its season Wednesday with a 9 to 4 victory at Tolland.  Jack Albert picked up his fourth win of the season, going the distance and striking out four.  Offensively, the Cougars were led by Drew Mabey with 2 singles and 2 RBI, Albert with 2 singles and one RBI and Colin Heslin with 2 singles.  TE finished with a 5 and 6 record on the season.  Thanks to all who came out to support the team!!

  • Attention all 8th grade students intending on trying out for a Fall sport at South Windsor High School. Anyone interested in trying out for Football, Soccer, X-Country, Girls Volleyball, Field Hockey, Girls Swimming/diving please plan on attending an important meeting after school on Wednesday June 13th.  Information and sign-ups will be available during PE classes. Any questions see Mrs. Custer or Mrs. Hall.

  • Attention all students: There are a limited number of yearbooks for purchase! Reserve your yearbook today by placing an order using the link on the TEMS web page! Just $35.00 for a lifetime of memories!
  • Do you like PE class or like to play games?  If so, then TEPEE camp is just for you. There will be many different types of activities being offered such as pinguard, handball, basketball and flag football, just to name a few. TEPEE dates are June 25-29th from 8:30-12:00 pm here at TE.  If you are interested, please sign up through the recreation department or pick up a bright green form in the main gym or your health class.  Any questions?  Please see Miss Gasparino. Thanks!  
  • Volleyball Night registration is now open. Forms are in the main office or ask your Social Studies teachers for a form. teams or individuals can sign up for this exciting event on Friday June 8th. 

  • Wanna see what our schools hidden talents look like. Well come on out for this years amazing TE's Got Talent. Tickets for TE's Got Talent will be on sale starting next week, May 29th - June 6th in the main lobby. Please come on out and see what wonderful talent we have in our community.

  • The literary magazine Out of the Blue will have our final meeting of the year on Monday June 4 in room 312 in the Garnet hallway.  New members who are interested in joining for next year are welcomed to attend!  Please see Ms. Olsen before Monday if you would like to attend, but are unable to.

  • The Cougar softball team finished the season yesterday with a 15-5 win over Tolland Middle School.  The offensive explosion was led by Lyndsay Donston's two triples and supported by Olivia Strout, Abbie Taylor, Bridget Doherty and Maggie Kilroy.  The defensive effort was the best of the season, as Alexa Kimball and Josie Foley played outstanding.  The team thanks everyone who supported them throughout the season, especially Ms. Custer and Ms. Hall for their outstanding organization.  

  • Only 8th grade peer mediation meeting is today. 6th and 7th grade meetings are cancelled.
  • Attention all 6th Grade Band Members: please remember that we have a special combined rehearsal this morning together with the 7th Grade Band. This is the only time we will practice together before Friday night's performance at the Hartford Yard Goats.  Please be sure to report to the band room immediately after these announcements.

  • As we continue the week today’s temperatures will be in the mid seventies with mostly sunny skies, a very nice day. As fast forward into the rest of the week temperatures will be hovering just around eighty degrees until we head into the beginning of next week when temperatures will drop, with low temperatures in the mid to upper fifties. We are expecting some rain showers on Friday morning tapering off in the afternoon and evening hours but then we will be seeing the potential for some more rain showers during the beginning of the weekend and also on Monday, but the other days are looking pretty sunny. Jordan Cosman, TETV Morning News, guys, back to you.
  • Today for lunch... in the create line you can have Beef Nachos, In the Grill line you can have Crispy Chicken Club and in the On the Go line you can have your choice of hand made deli sandwiches. Have a great day, do your best, and remember to always strive for 5!
Posted by dmatchett  On May 31, 2018 at 9:08 AM
  
  • Hello all students and staff at TE! The time for the Timothy Edwards 50th Anniversary Celebration is here! We asked in our initial news announcement weeks ago: "Does 50 years sound like a long time to you? Can you name some things that happened 50 years ago?" We gave some reasons why 1968 was such a historic year in modern American history, including Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. and Robert F. Kennedy, and the NASA Apollo 8 mission. It was also 50 years ago when Timothy Edwards opened for the first time as the new school in South Windsor. We will be celebrating this with some special activities and events this week, including the Timothy Edwards 50th Anniversary Celebration tomorrow, Thursday May 31st from 6:30 to 8:00 here at TE. Come to school with your parents and former students and staff to celebrate and see former staff members. We will be ending with deserts from our multicultural heritage, so don't miss it! All current and former students and staff are invited for tomorrow's May 31st evening celebration 6:30-8:00. 
  • Are you interested in playing men’s soccer at South Windsor High School next year? On Wednesday, June 13th, please meet the SWHS coaching staff from 3:00 pm-4:00 pm in the gym. We will pass out summer conditioning programs, the Fall schedule and all tryout information, as well as meet some of the players from the team. Any questions, please see Mr. Lepak in room 255.
  • Do you hate cancer? Do you like baseball? Help strike out cancer by purchasing a T E Making Strides wristband this week for one dollar. You'll be entered into a drawing to win 4 right-field porch tickets to a weekday Yard Goats game. Pledge to walk for one hour June 8 or 9 to earn an extra entry. Winner will be drawn at the Relay for Life on June 9th.

  • Attention all students: There are a limited number of yearbooks for purchase! Reserve your yearbook today by placing an order using the link on the TEMS web page! Just $35.00 for a lifetime of memories!

  • Do you like PE class or like to play games? If so, then TEPEE camp is just for you. There will be many different types of activities being offered such as Pinguard, Handball, Basketball and Flag Football, just to name a few. TEPEE dates are June 25-29th from 8:30-12:00 pm here at TE. If you are interested, please sign up through the recreation department or pick up a bright green form in the main gym or your health class. Any questions?  Please see Miss Gasparino. Thanks!  

  • Volleyball Night registration is now open. Forms are in the main office or ask your Social Studies teachers for a form. teams or individuals can sign up for this exciting event on Friday June 8th. 

  • Wanna see what our schools hidden talents look like. Well come on out for this years amazing TE's Got Talent. Tickets for TE's Got Talent will be on sale starting next week, May 29th - June 6th in the main lobby. Please come on out and see what wonderful talent we have in our community.

  • The literary magazine Out of the Blue will have our final meeting of the year on Monday June 4 in room 312 in the Garnet hallway.  New members who are interested in joining for next year are welcomed to attend!  Please see Ms. Olsen before Monday if you would like to attend, but are unable to.

  • The Timothy Edwards baseball team suffered a 10 to 4 loss Tuesday at Ellington. Jack Albert had 2 singles and an RBI while Ben Balducci doubled with one RBI. Jack Whitlock added a double for TE. The last game of the season will be today at Tolland. 

  • Today for lunch... in the create line you can have Chicken Tenders, In the Grill line you can have BBQ Turkey Sandwich and in the On the Go line you can have your choice of deli sandwiches. Have a great day, do your best,  remember to always strive for 5!                      
Posted by dmatchett  On May 30, 2018 at 9:08 AM
  
  • Today's the day!  Please take-out or dine-in for dinner tonight at the Flatbread Company at Evergreen Walk.  All sales between 5-10 pm will benefit the TEMS Choral Department.  Don't miss out on the raffles, food and friends!!  See you there!

  • Join Outdoor Education Club for a stand up paddle boarding and kayaking trip at Collinsville Canoe & Kayak on Saturday, June 9th. If you are interested, please stop by the main office, Mr. Wilkinson's room, or Ms. Nelson's room for a form.  Forms are due back by Friday, June 8th.

  • Do you hate cancer? Do you like baseball? Help strike out cancer by purchasing a TE Making Strides wristband this week for one dollar. You'll be entered into a drawing to win 4 right-field porch tickets to a weekday Yard Goats game. Pledge to walk for one hour June 8 or 9 to earn an extra entry. Winner will be drawn at the Relay for Life on June 9th.

  • Attention All Students:  There are a limited number of yearbooks for purchase! Reserve your yearbook today by placing an order using the link on the TEMS web page! Just $35.00 for a lifetime of memories!

  • Do you like PE class or like to play games? If so, then TEPEE camp is just for you. There will be many different types of activities being offered such as Pinguard, Handball, Basketball and Flag Football, just to name a few. TEPEE dates are June 25-29th from 8:30-12 pm here at TE. If you are interested, please sign up through the recreation department or pick up a bright green form in the main gym or your health class. Any questions? Please see Miss Gasparino. Thanks!  

  • Volleyball Night registration is now open. Forms are in the main office or ask your Social Studies teachers for a form. teams or individuals can sign up for this exciting event on Friday June 8th. 

  • Wanna see what our schools hidden talents look like. Well come on out for this years amazing TE's Got Talent. Tickets for TE's Got Talent will be on sale starting next week, May 29th - June 6th in the main lobby. Please come on out and see what wonderful talent we have in our community. And now here is Jordan with the weather.

  • As we continue the week today's temperatures will be in the upper eighties with mostly sunny skies, a very nice day. As fast forward into the rest of the week temperatures will be dropping to just around eighty degrees but as we head into the weekend temperatures will be dropping into the seventies, with low temperatures in the mid to upper fifties. We are expecting rain showers on Friday turning into thunderstorms on Friday afternoon and evening which will become rain showers on Saturday and Sunday but other than this it is looking pretty sunny. Jordan Cosman, TETV morning news, guys, back to you.

  • Today for lunch... in the create line you can have French Toast , 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,  remember to always strive for 5!                      
Posted by dmatchett  On May 29, 2018 at 9:05 AM
  
  • Hello TE. Are you ready for your double dosage of cringe? What do you call a cow that cant do anything right? A Mis-steak!!! She thought she was a Udder failure!!!! Why do people always tell actors to break a leg? Because every play has a cast!
  • Join Outdoor Education Club for a stand up paddle boarding and kayaking trip at Collinsville Canoe & Kayak on Saturday, June 9th.  If you are interested, please stop by the main office, Mr. Wilkinson's room, or Ms. Nelson's room for a form.  Forms are due back by Friday, June 8th.
  • TE Peer Mediators and the South Windsor Public Works are teaming up for the  "Fill A Truck" Food Drive. Please bring in  nonperishable food items, canned goods and boxed foods, and help our school successfully fill a Public Works' truck full of food. All donated food can be placed in a recycling bin in the lobby of the school. All the food that you donate will go to the South Windsor Food Bank. Please help support this wonderful cause! 
  • Attention all students:  There are a limited number of yearbooks for purchase! Reserve your yearbook today by placing an order using the link on the TEMS web page! Just $35.00 for a lifetime of memories!
  • The Cougar softball team lost a tough game yesterday to Illing, 6-3.  Josie Foley and Bridget Doherty pitched well, while Lindsay Carter, Lyndsay Donston, and Alexa Kimball shined offensively.  The Cougar finish the season with two home games next week against Ellington and Tolland.  
  • Volleyball Night registration is now open. Forms are in the main office or ask your Social Studies teachers for a form. teams or individuals can sign up for this exciting event on Friday June 8th. 
  • "Do you like PE class or like to play games?  If so, then TEPEE camp is just for you.  There will be many different types of activities being offered such as pinguard, handball, basketball and flag football, just to name a few.  TEPEE dates are June 25-29th from 830-12pm here at TE.  If you are interested, please sign up through the recreation department or pick up a bright green form in the main gym or your health class.  Any questions?  Please see Miss Gasparino.  Thanks!  

  • Wanna see what our schools hidden talents look like. Well come on out for this years amazing TEs Got Talent. Tickets for TE's Got Talent will be on sale starting next week, May 29th - June 6th in the main lobby. Please come on out and see what wonderful talent we have in our community.and now here is Jordan with the weather.
  • As we end the week today's temperatures will be in the upper eighties with mostly sunny skies, a very nice day. As head into the weekend temperatures will be in the upper eighties until Sunday when temperatures will be a little lower, but as we start off next week temperatures will be rising again along with low temperatures which will be just around sixty degrees. We are expecting some thunderstorms on Saturday night and then some rain showers on Sunday, but luckily it looks like Memorial Day isn't going to be rainy anymore and we will be seeing sunny skies just like the week ahead is looking. Jordan Cosman, TETV morning news, guys, back to you. 
  • Today for lunch... In the Create line you can have Chicken Tenders. In the Grill line you can have Crispy Chicken Club and in the On the Go line you can have your choice of deli sandwiches. Have a great day, do your best, remember to always strive for 5!
Posted by dmatchett  On May 25, 2018 at 3:46 PM
  
  • Do you guys remember last years Volleyball Tournament fundraiser? Yeah, that was so much fun! I totally agree...I heard there is one this year also! Come join us at this years Volleyball Tournament to help us raise money to send our schools students to Maryland for NHD on June 8th. We will be hosting this event in the main and small gym on June 8th from 6:30 pm to 9:30 pm. You can create a team of 6 to 8 players or sign up individually.  You can pick up the forms in Mr.Smith-Horns room! We will have food, prizes, raffles, photo booths, and obviously Volleyball! Be sure to attend this years Volleyball fundraiser on June 8th and hand in your forms to be a part of this fun and exciting event.
  • Join Outdoor Education Club for a stand up paddle boarding and kayaking trip at Collinsville Canoe & Kayak on Saturday, June 9th.  If you are interested, please stop by the main office, Mr. Wilkinson's room, or Ms. Nelson's room for a form.  Forms are due back by Friday, June 8th.

  • The Timothy Edwards baseball team's bats were in full action Wednesday afternoon as they pounded out 15 hits en route to a 19 to 0 victory over East Hartford.  Jack Whitlock led the offense with 3 hits including a double and one RBI.  Joey Bates had 2 singles and an RBI, Peyton West had 2 singles and 3 RBI and Colin Heslin added 2 singles and 2 RBI. Jack Albert picked up his third win of the season, striking out 5 and only allowing 2 hits.  TE improves to 4 and 5 on the season and will be at Ellington next Tuesday.   

  • Attention all students:  There are a limited number of yearbooks for purchase! Reserve your yearbook today by placing an order using the link on the TEMS web page! Just $35.00 for a lifetime of memories!

  • The Cougar softball team took down East Harford Middle School yesterday by the score of 15-11.  Abbie Taylor led the offense, going three for four, with 2 doubles and the game-winning hit.  Aricka Boosa, Olivia Strout and Lindsay Carter also paced the offense.  Leading the defense were Julissa Claudio, Bridget Doherty, and Alexa Kimball, who made one of the top defensive plays of the season at third base.  The girls play at Illing today.  

  •  Have you seen this year's colorful issue of Out of the Blue?  Isn't it amazing!  Well, if you did not submit to the magazine, you can still have your own copy!  You should even get your friends to sign their amazing work!  You never know, it could be worth a lot one day!  Copies of our magazine will be sold for $2 in Ms. Olsen's room, room 312 in the Garnet hallway.  Your support by buying a copy of our magazine will help us as we try to reach new goals to expand our magazine and add new features next year!

  • "Do you like PE class or like to play games? If so, then TEPEE camp is just for you. There will be many different types of activities being offered such as Pinguard, Handball, Basketball and Flag Football, just to name a few. TEPEE dates are June 25-29th from 830-12pm here at TE.  If you are interested, please sign up through the recreation department or pick up a bright green form in the main gym or your health class.  Any questions?  Please see Miss Gasparino. Thanks!  

  • Wanna see what our schools hidden talents look like. Well come on out for this years amazing TEs Got Talent. Tickets for TE's Got Talent will be on sale starting next week, May 29th - June 6th in the main lobby. Please come on out and see what wonderful talent we have in our community.

  • TE Peer Mediators and the South Windsor Public Works are teaming up for the  "Fill A Truck" Food Drive. Please bring in  nonperishable food items, canned goods and boxed foods, and help our school successfully fill a Public Works' truck full of food. All donated food can be placed in a recycling bin in the lobby of the school. All the food that you donate will go to the South Windsor Food Bank. Please help support this wonderful cause! and now here is Jordan with the weather.

  • As we continue the week today’s temperatures will be in mid to upper seventies with mostly sunny skies, a very nice day. As we continue the week temperatures will be in the upper eighties until Sunday when temperatures will drop back to around eighty degrees with low temperatures this week just around sixty degrees. We are expecting some rain showers on Sunday but also some Memorial Day, not a big deal, but other than those couple rain showers it is looking pretty sunny. Jordan Cosman, TETV morning news, guys, back to you.

  • Today for lunch... In the Create line you can have Chicken Fajitas . In the Grill line you can have Philly Cheese Steak and in the On the Go line you can have your choice of deli sandwiches. Have a great day, do your best, remember to always strive for 5!    
Posted by dmatchett  On May 24, 2018 at 8:54 AM
  
  • Having some troubles with your friend or friends? Sometimes, it’s hard to work things out with your friends by yourself. Peer Mediation can help! Fill out a Peer Mediation Request forms in your hallway, the guidance office or our new online form, go to the TE homepage, click on Parents and Students, and then click on Peer Mediation Request form. After filling out the request form, you will have a special meeting time scheduled during your lunch in our Peer Mediation Room 376 to work things out with your friends. The specially trained Peer Mediators will help you get your friendship back on track! 
  • Join Outdoor Education Club for a stand up paddle boarding and kayaking trip at Collinsville Canoe & Kayak on Saturday, June 9th.  If you are interested, please stop by the main office, Mr. Wilkinson’s room, or Ms. Nelson’s room for a form.  Forms are due back by Friday, June 8th.

  • Attention all Track team members:  Today's track meet has been cancelled.  We will still have practice until 4:30 pm. Late buses are available if you can't stay until 4:30. See you this afternoon.

  • Attention all students:  There are a limited number of yearbooks for purchase! Reserve your yearbook today by placing an order using the link on the TEMS web page! Just $35.00 for a lifetime of memories!

  • Attention Mr. Chandler's G Period class today - Please report to Room 121 today with study materials.  Do not go to the gym today - go directly to room 121.

  • Have you seen this year's colorful issue of Out of the Blue?  Isn't it amazing!  Well, if you did not submit to the magazine, you can still have your own copy!  You should even get your friends to sign their amazing work!  You never know, it could be worth a lot one day!  Copies of our magazine will be sold for $2 in Ms. Olsen's room, room 312 in the Garnet hallway.  Your support by buying a copy of our magazine will help us as we try to reach new goals to expand our magazine and add new features next year!

  • Do you like PE class or like to play games?  If so, then TEPEE camp is just for you.  There will be many different types of activities being offered such as Pinguard, Handball, Basketball and Flag Football, just to name a few.  TEPEE dates are June 25-29th from 830-12 pm here at TE.  If you are interested, please sign up through the recreation department or pick up a bright green form in the main gym or your health class.  Any questions?  Please see Miss Gasparino.  Thanks!  

  • Wanna see what our schools hidden talents look like. Well come on out for this years amazing TE's Got Talent. Tickets for TE's Got Talent will be on sale starting next week, May 29th - June 6th in the main lobby. Please come on out and see what wonderful talent we have in our community.

  • TE Peer Mediators and the South Windsor Public Works are teaming up for the  "Fill A Truck" Food Drive. Starting TODAY please bring in  nonperishable food items, canned goods and boxed foods, and help our school successfully fill a Public Works' truck full of food. All donated food can be placed in a recycling bin in the lobby of the school. All the food that you donate will go to the South Windsor Food Bank. Please help support this wonderful cause!
  • Today for lunch... In the Create line you can have Chicken Nuggets. In the Grill line you can have Corn Dog and in the On the Go line you can have your choice of deli sandwiches. Have a great day, do your best,  remember to always strive for 5!              
Posted by dmatchett  On May 23, 2018 at 9:43 AM
  
  • Join Outdoor Education Club for a stand up paddle boarding and kayaking trip at Collinsville Canoe & Kayak on Saturday, June 9th.  If you are interested, please stop by the main office, Mr. Wilkinson’s room, or Ms. Nelson’s room for a form.  Forms are due back by Friday, June 8th.

  • Congrats to the lady cougars track team on fifth win of the season!  Yesterday afternoon, the girls won again JFK of Enfield with the final score of 85 to 20.  The girls dominated the 400, 100, 800, long jump, and hurdles- scoring all the points in those events.  Not only did the girls sweep many events, many of the girls had personal season bests.  Riley Baker had a season best in the hurdles, Morgan Reed threw her farthest in shot put, Ayushi Bhattacharjee flew past runners in the 100, Ella Luangpraseuth out-threw many JFK girls in the shot put and discus, and Katelyn and Alyssa Drenga finished strong in the 1600.  Great job ladies!  The girls have their last meet on Wednesday against Tolland.  Good luck ladies, let's have another win for an undefeated season!!

  • Cougars Baseball suffered another loss yesterday against Sage Park. TE's next home game is today against Tolland. 

  • TE Peer Mediators and the South Windsor Public Works are teaming up for the  ”Fill A Truck” Food Drive. Starting TODAY please bring in  nonperishable food items, canned goods and boxed foods, and help our school successfully fill a Public Works’ truck full of food. All donated food can be placed in a recycling bin in the lobby of the school. All the food that you donate will go to the South Windsor Food Bank. Please help support this wonderful cause!

  • Attention all MathCounts participants. You are invited to the Board of Education meeting tonight at 7:00. The meeting will be in Alt. 6. MathCounts will be spotlighted.  Please consider attending. If you can make it please wear your MathCounts tee shirt and if you have any questions please see your math teacher.  

  • Attention Mrs. Custer's 8th grade G period students.  Please report to room 364 today with study material. 

  • Attention Mrs. Hall's grade 8 for PE students: Please report to room 361 with study materials.  
  • Yesterday afternoon the Boys Track improved their season record to 3 wins and 2 losses with a win over JFK of Enfield.  The final score was 60 to 45.  The boys dominated in hurdles, the 400, long jump, shot put, and discus.  Andrew Bell won the hurdles race followed closely by Daniel Wang and Ethan LaGuardia.  In the 400, Sam Meleshenko ran to a 1st place finish while Noah Faraci took 2nd.  In long jump Andrew Bell and Kyle Sullivan took the 1st and 3rd place spots.  And, the dynamic trio of Phillip Martin, Wyatt Cote, and Emeka Okoh swept both shot put and discus.  Phillip place 1st in shot put and 2nd in discus, Emeka took 1st in discus and 3rd in shot put, and Wyatt placed 2nd in shot put and 3rd in discus.   And continuing their winning streak, the 4 by 400 relay team of Hakim Montgomery, Noah Faraci, Nikhil Kikanamada, and Sam Meleshenko ran away from the competition to finish 1st with a time of 4 minutes, 21 seconds.  Congrats to all the boys on a job well done!  The boys will finish their season on Wednesday against Tolland. 
  • Reminder to both the Girls and Boys Track teams:  there is no practice today.  Please go home on your regular bus.
  • "Do you like PE class or like to play games?  If so, then TEPEE camp is just for you.  There will be many different types of activities being offered such as Pinguard, Handball, Basketball and Flag Football, just to name a few.  TEPEE dates are June 25-29th from 830-12pm here at TE.  If you are interested, please sign up through the recreation department or pick up a bright green form in the main gym or your health class.  Any questions?  Please see Miss Gasparino.  Thanks!  

  • Have you seen this year’s colorful issue of Out of the Blue?  Isn’t it amazing!  Well, if you did not submit to the magazine, you can still have your own copy!  You should even get your friends to sign their amazing work!  You never know, it could be worth a lot one day!  Copies of our magazine will be sold for $2 in Ms. Olsen’s room, room 312 in the Garnet hallway.  Your support by buying a copy of our magazine will help us as we try to reach new goals to expand our magazine and add new features next year!

  • Today for lunch... In the Create line you can have General Tsos Chicken. In the Grill line you can have Chicken Nuggets and in the On the Go line you can have your choice of deli sandwiches. Have a great day, do your best, remember to always strive for 5!                      
Posted by dmatchett  On May 22, 2018 at 9:10 AM
  
  • Good morning!  I am Ms. Olsen and I am the Out of the Blue club advisor.  I’m Kiran Francis and I’m one of the Out of the Blue club members. We are pleased to announce our contest winners for the 2017-2018 school year and would like to thank all the students, alumni, and staff who submitted, because your work truly is what makes our magazine so phenomenal!

It is with great pleasure that we would like to celebrate the winner of our cover contest, Karen Luo!  Your inspiring, colorful cover is magnificent and contains a great message.  We hope you enjoy the gift card to Amazon as well as a certificate to celebrate your accomplishment. 

Additionally, Anoushka Prabhughate is our cover art honorable mention which is featured on the back cover of this year’s magazine.  Thank you for sharing your talent with us Anoushka!  Enjoy a certificate to celebrate your accomplishment! We are also thrilled to announce the winner of our poetry contest, Nora Lombardo, for her meaningful poem “Am I Perfect, Am I Enough?”  We are proud of you Nora!  You won a gift card to Amazon, as well as a certificate to celebrate your accomplishment. 

We would also like to recognize our honorable mention Hillary Benitez for her beautiful metaphor poem “Ocean” which has very deep meaning.  Thank you for sharing your talents with us Hillary!  Enjoy your certificate to celebrate your accomplishment! Finally, we would like to recognize the winners of our Strive for Five contest and the students who showcased the values that are so important to our school.  Congratulations to our winner Iniya Raja, for her beautiful collage.  Iniya won a gift card to Amazon as well as a certificate to celebrate her accomplishment.

We would also like to congratulate Julia Alkhayer for her inspirational photo and poem.  Julia, here is a certificate to celebrate your accomplishment. Thank you again to everyone that submitted to our magazine.  We hope you all enjoy reading this year’s colorful issue of Out of the Blue, which will be distributed to those who submitted at lunch!  Also, if you would like a copy to purchase, we are going to sell copies of our magazine starting Tuesday May 22 in my room, room 312, in the Garnet hallway.  Copies will sell for $2 each.  Please be sure to bring exact change.  Your support and generosity will help us with our goals to expand our magazine next year."

  • Join Outdoor Education Club for a stand up paddle boarding and kayaking trip at Collinsville Canoe & Kayak on Saturday, June 9th.  If you are interested, please stop by the main office, Mr. Wilkinson’s room, or Ms. Nelson’s room for a form.  Forms are due back by Friday, June 8th.
  • The Cougars Baseball team had a rough loss on Friday to Illing of Manchester. Tim Sigler and Nick Worthington came through with hits during the game. The next game is today against Sage Park here at Orchard Hill Park.
  • Please check the TE website for a link to sign up for Timothy Edwards Making Strides, our Relay for Life team. The Relay for Life is a fun event that benefits the American Cancer Society and we need you to join us in making strides against cancer.Thank you!
  • TE Peer Mediators and the South Windsor Public Works are teaming up for the  ”Fill A Truck” Food Drive. Starting TODAY please bring in  nonperishable food items, canned goods and boxed foods, and help our school successfully fill a Public Works’ truck full of food. All donated food can be placed in a recycling bin in the lobby of the school. All the food that you donate will go to the South Windsor Food Bank. Please help support this wonderful cause!
  • Attention all MathCounts participants. You are invited to the Board of Education meeting tomorrow (Tuesday) evening at 7:00.  The meeting will be in Alt. 6. MathCounts will be spotlighted. Please consider attending. If you can make it please wear your MathCounts tee shirt and if you have any questions please see your math teacher.  
  • Ambassadors, Peer Mediators, Jump Start and Generation Leadership students, you will be receiving a pass this morning from your homeroom teachers to attend the Kevin "Showboat" Jackson and Harlem Globetrotters program in the large gymnasium.  You will leave class at 1:45 pm and enter the gymnasium at Common Area B through the bleacher entrance. 

  • Yesterday afternoon the Boys Track Team competed in the Connecticut River Athletic League track meet.  Competing against six other schools, the boys finished in 4th place overall.  Scoring points for the team were:  Andrew Bell with a 2nd place finish in hurdles and a 4th place finish in high jump; Nikhil Kikanamada with a 5th place finish in the 1600; Sam Meleshenko winning the 400 with a time of 58.25 seconds; Jaideep Naik with a 5th place finish in the 200; Alex Magarian with a 4th place finish in the 800; Kyle Sullivan also placing 4th in the high jump; Wyatt Cote placing 4th in discus and 3rd in shot put; and Phillip Martin winning shot put, and setting a new school record, with a throw of 34 feet 7 inches.  The 4 by 100 relay team of Jaideep Naik, Phillip Martin, John Montana, and Matt Venzie placed 4th with a season best time of 53.2 seconds. Good job to all the boys.  And, a special congratulations to the girls team for their championship win yesterday!  Way to go girls!
  • Congrats to our Girls Track Team on their 1st place finish at the CRAL championship league meet last Thursday. Even though the meet was filled with tough competition from six other schools, the girls dominated the meet winning with 79 points.  Highlights from the meet include: 3rd place finish from Jessica Pollack in the 100 meter run, 1st and 2nd place finish from Kayden Burke and Sarah Gordon in the 55m hurdles, 1st place finish from our 4x100 relay team consisting of Jessica Pollack, Amanda Walsh, Grace Reed, and Arden Sansom, and another 1st place relay finish by our 4x400 relay team of Katelyn Roux, Marybeth Grasso, Iniya Raja, and Sarah Gordon. Kaitlyn Baumgartner took 2nd place in the 200 meter run and 1st place in the high jump, which was followed by a close 2nd place high jump finish by Grace Reed. Rhianna O'Meara ran by everyone in the 800 meter run taking 2nd place, while Kayden Burke took 1st place in discus, and Tracy Doan took 2nd in long jump. Overall a great meet. Congrats ladies!!

  • Today for lunch... In the Create line you can have Cheese Breadsticks. 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, remember to always strive for 5!                      

 

Posted by dmatchett  On May 21, 2018 at 9:09 AM
  
  • Why did the droid get mad? Because people kept pushing his buttons!!!!! Why are barbers fast racers? They know all the Short Cuts!!! They help Shave off some time!!!!!!
  • Join Outdoor Education Club for a stand up paddle boarding and kayaking trip at Collinsville Canoe & Kayak on Saturday, June 9th.  If you are interested, please stop by the main office, Mr. Wilkinson’s room, or Ms. Nelson’s room for a form.  Forms are due back by Friday, June 8th.

  • Out of the Blue club members and editors.  We will meet immediately after school on Monday May 21.  We have a few more business matters to attend to and then we will have our publication party.  Please be sure to confirm your attendance with Ms. Olsen and confirm what you will be bringing in our Google Sheets.  To all of TE, our 2017-2018 edition of our magazine will be released next week!  We can’t wait for you to see it!

  • Please check the TE website for a link to sign up for Timothy Edwards Making Strides, our Relay for Life team. The Relay for Life is a fun event that benefits the American Cancer Society and we need you to join us in making strides against cancer.Thank you!

  • TE Peer Mediators and the South Windsor Public Works are teaming up for the  ”Fill A Truck” Food Drive. Starting on Monday may 18th please bring in  nonperishable food items, canned goods and boxed foods, and help our school successfully fill a Public Works’ truck full of food. All donated food can be placed in a recycling bin in the lobby of the school. All the food that you donate will go to the South Windsor Food Bank. Please help support this wonderful cause!

  • There will be no lunch in the Peer Mediation room 376 today. 

  • And Now Here Is Our Meteorologist Jordan With The Weather!!!! As we end the week today’s temperatures will be in mid sixties with partly sunny skies. As we head into the weekend Saturday’s temperatures will be in the low sixties but on Sunday it will be close to eighty degrees, with low temperatures in the mid to upper fifties. We are expecting some rain showers as we head into the weekend but we are especially keeping our eye on the moderate to heavy rain expected on Sunday which will bring about a quarter of an inch of rain to the state with a small change of thunder throughout the day, but after the rain moves out we will be seeing some more sun during the week ahead. Jordan Cosman, TETV morning news, guys, back to you.
  • Today for lunch... In the Create line you can have Scrambled Eggs. In the Grill line you can have Turkey Dog and in the On the Go line you can have your choice of deli sandwiches. Have a great day, do your best,  remember to always strive for 5!              
Posted by dmatchett  On May 18, 2018 at 8:54 AM
  
  • Join Outdoor Education Club for a stand up paddle boarding and kayaking trip at Collinsville Canoe & Kayak on Saturday, June 9th. If you are interested, please stop by the main office, Mr. Wilkinson’s room, or Ms. Nelson’s room for a form.  Forms are due back by Friday, June 8th.
  • Out of the Blue club members and editors.  We will meet immediately after school on Monday May 21.  We have a few more business matters to attend to and then we will have our publication party.  Please be sure to confirm your attendance with Ms. Olsen and confirm what you will be bringing in our Google Sheets.  To all of TE, our 2017-2018 edition of our magazine will be released next week!  We can’t wait for you to see it!
  • Please check the TE website for a link to sign up for Timothy Edwards Making Strides, our Relay for Life team. The Relay for Life is a fun event that benefits the American Cancer Society and we need you to join us in making strides against cancer. Thank you!
  • TE Peer Mediators and the South Windsor Public Works are teaming up for the  ”Fill A Truck” Food Drive. Starting on Monday may 18th please bring in  nonperishable food items, canned goods and boxed foods, and help our school successfully fill a Public Works’ truck full of food. All donated food can be placed in a recycling bin in the lobby of the school. All the food that you donate will go to the South Windsor Food Bank. Please help support this wonderful cause!
  • And Now Here Is Our Meteorologist Jordan With The Weather!!!! As we continue the week today’s temperatures will be in mid to upper seventies with partly sunny skies. The rest of the week isn’t looking the nicest with temperatures ranging in the mid sixties other than a couple days which will be in the seventies, with low temperatures this week in the mid to upper fifties. We are expecting some rain showers as we roll into the end of this week, but we are also keeping our eye on the moderate to heavy rain expected on Saturday, after the rain moves out on Sunday we will be seeing more sun as we head into next week. Jordan Cosman, TETV morning news, guys, back to you.
  • Today for lunch... In the Create line you can have Chicken Alfredo. In the Grill line you can have BBQ Turkey Sandwich and in the On the Go line you can have your choice of deli sandwiches. Have a great day, do your best,  remember to always strive for 5!                      

 

Posted by dmatchett  On May 17, 2018 at 9:33 AM
  
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