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Daily Announcements for Timothy Edwards Middle School

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  • 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  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
  
  • All CAMPY on Campus students should report to room 307 at the end of the morning news. Thank you!
  • If you want to work on your fitness while enjoying some nice weather, sign up for the Spring Running Club.  Running club will meet after school on Thursdays.  If you're interested, stop by the main office or Ms. Nelson's room in 251 for a form.  Forms are due back by today.
  • Timothy Edwards Making Strides, our Relay for Life team, will be holding a meeting today after school in room 341. All grades are encouraged to attend. We need a large group of volunteers to make this a success. Please come and bring a friend. The Relay for Life is June 8th.
  • 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!
  • To celebrate the Timothy Edwards 50th Anniversary this month, here’s today’s “Would You Believe?” story from a longtime TE teacher, Mr. Jerry Hilliard:

How would you like to switch schools part way through the year?

Would you believe that back in January 1968: all the students and teachers that were in “Junior High” school were scattered around the town of South Windsor at Ellsworth, Wapping, and at South Windsor High School. They were all told that they would be moving into the new Timothy Edwards Junior High over the February vacation. 

By the end of January, it became obvious that that wouldn’t happen, and the school wouldn’t be ready until mid March.

On Friday, March 15th 1968 the students were told to clean out their lockers and report to the new Timothy Edwards school here at 100 Arnold Way on Monday. 

  • And Now Here Is Our Meteorologist Jordan With The Weather!!!! Yesterday evening was pretty crazy but luckily the rest of the week doesn’t look that bad. As we continue the week today’s temperatures will be in mid sixties with mostly cloudy skies but as we head into the evening hours there is a slight chance for some rain showers, nothing to really be worried about. 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 during the end of this week and beginning of next week, but the next two days are looking pretty sunny. Jordan Cosman, TETV morning news, guys, back to you.
  • Today for lunch... In the Create line you can have Sloppy Joe. In the Grill line you can have Crispy Chicken Tenders 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 16, 2018 at 8:47 AM
  
  • Lyndsay Donston's walk-off hit propelled the TE softball team to a dramatic 14-13 victory over East Hartford Middle School last Friday.  Grace Benashski and Aricka Boosa pitched the Cougars towards victory.  Alexa Kimball, Lindsey Carter and Olivia Petgrave played well defensively.  The Cougars now have three wins and two losses, and play tomorrow at home versus Ellington at 3:30 pm.  

  • The Athletics Department will be offering Tennis Intramurals after school, starting May 16.  The program will run for 2 weeks, and will focus on match play.  If you are interested, please pick up a registration form in the gym locker rooms.  Registration is limited to 20 students.  Any questions, see Mrs. Hall. 

  • The literary magazine Out of the Blue will meet immediately after school today in room 312 in the Garnet hallway.  We have many things to do so all members should try to attend.

  • Hello all students and staff at TE! This month is the Timothy Edwards 50th Anniversary Celebration. Does 50 years sound like a long time to you? Can you name some things that happened 50 years ago? 

1968 remains arguably the most historic year in modern American history: the first 747 "Jumbo Jet" airplane was introduced, revered leaders such as Martin Luther King Jr. and Robert F. Kennedy were assassinated, and we traveled into space.

NASA’s Apollo 8 mission had many firsts. For the first time in history humans orbited the Moon. It set a new rocket speed record of more than 24 thousand miles per hour. It was the first time the lunar surface was broadcast on live television, and it was the first time humans had traveled to the far side of the moon.

Back here on Earth, 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 month, ending with the Timothy Edwards 50th Anniversary Celebration on May 31st. There will be more details to follow, but all current and former students and staff are invited for the May 31st evening celebration. Also, we will be having some remembrances in a “Would you Believe?” section from current and past teachers and students that we will share with you here on the TE TV Morning News.

  • If you want to work on your fitness while enjoying some nice weather, sign up for the Spring Running Club.  Running club will meet after school on Thursdays.  If you’re interested, stop by the main office or Ms. Nelson’s room in 251 for a form.  Forms are due back by Wednesday, May 16th.
  • The TE Baseball Team improved to 3 and 2 on the season with a victory over East Hartford.  Jack Albert picked up the win on the mound, striking out 7 in six innings of work.  Mike Foran had 2 hits, including a double and RBI, while Jack Whitlock singled and doubled for the Cougars. TE plays at Ellington on Tuesday. 
  • And Now Here is our meteorologist Jordan with the weather! As we start off the week today’s temperatures will be in the mid seventies with partly sunny skies, a pretty quiet day. The rest of the week doesn’t look to be as quiet with temperatures ranging in the mid to upper seventies with low temperatures in the mid to upper fifties. We are expecting some rain showers during the middle and end of the week but other than that it is looking mostly sunny. We have also issued a storm warning for the whole state on Tuesday due to the strong to severe thunderstorms with damaging winds expected during the mid afternoon and evening hours. 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 Cheese Quesadilla 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 14, 2018 at 9:10 AM
  
  • Hello TE, It's the time you all have been waiting for!!! Why does the planet Earth pick on the other planets? They all have no life!!!!! How do you plan a space party? You planet!!!!!

  • Lost and found is calling. Bins are full and it is coming to the end of the year, so please check for lost or missing items this week in the main lobby, after this week items will no longer be on display. So again come and check the lost and found in the main lobby.

  • The Athletics Department will be offering Tennis Intramurals after school, starting May 16.  The program will run for 2 weeks, and will focus on match play.  If you are interested, please pick up a registration form in the gym locker rooms.  Registration is limited to 20 students.  Any questions, see Mrs. Hall. 

  • The literary magazine Out of the Blue will meet immediately after school on Monday May 14 in room 312 in the Garnet hallway.  All club members should try to attend.  Please see Ms. Olsen before Monday if you cannot.

  • Reminder to all 6th grade students: Your Meigs Point Beach Field Trip money and permission slips are due today. Please give them to your homeroom teacher so they can smile at you and enjoy their Friday!

  • If you want to work on your fitness while enjoying some nice weather, sign up for the Spring Running Club.  Running club will meet after school on Thursdays.  If you’re interested, stop by the main office or Ms. Nelson’s room in 251 for a form.  Forms are due back by Wednesday, May 16th.

  • Attention all Timothy Edwards Musicians attending the trip to Six Flags today; please report to the cafeteria immediately following your first period class today.  Please note, there will NOT be an intercom reminder.

  • And Now Here is our meteorologist Jordan with the weather! Hello I’m Chief Meteorologist Jordan Cosman with the weather. Today temperatures will be in the upper sixties with mostly sunny skies. As we take a look at the weekend ahead, temperatures will be in the low to mid sixties with some rain showers expected on Saturday tapering off mid morning Sunday. As we take a look at next week it looks like temperatures will be rising back into the seventies maybe even reaching eighty degrees with low temperatures in the mid to upper fifties. We are tracking rain that will be moving into the state mid next week but other then that 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 Nachos. 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 11, 2018 at 8:11 AM
  
  • Lost and found is calling. Bins are full and it is coming to the end of the year, so please check for lost or missing items this week in the main lobby, after this week items will no longer be on display. So again come and check the lost and found in the main lobby.
  • The Athletics Department will be offering Tennis Intramurals after school, starting May 16.  The program will run for 2 weeks, and will focus on match play.  If you are interested, please pick up a registration form in the gym locker rooms.  Registration is limited to 20 students.  Any questions, see Mrs. Hall. 
  • Yesterday afternoon the Boys Track team competed in a tri-meet against Sage Park and Ellington.  On a day perfect for running, and against some tough competition, many of the boys performed their personal best!  Among the top performers were:  Thomas Bates and Alex Belardi in discus, Owen Bushman and Sean Habeeb in the 800 and 1600, John Montana in long jump, Ethan LaGuardia in high jump, and the 4 by 400 relay team of Jack Stricker, Vincent Kuchipudi, Devon Charron, and Stanley Lu.  Congrats to all the boys for a job well done!  
  • Congrats to the TE Girls Track team on an outstanding performance at their meet yesterday vs Sage Park and Ellington.  All the girls did well, but there were three that broke into our TEMS Top 10 All Time Records.  Grace Reed now holds 10th place for high jump, jumping 4'6".  Rhianna O'Meara now holds the 3rd place record for her 800 meter run.  Kayden Burke now holds the 6th place record for her discuss throw of 77'6".    Great job ladies!!
  • If you want to work on your fitness while enjoying some nice weather, sign up for the Spring Running Club.  Running club will meet after school on Thursdays.  If you’re interested, stop by the main office or Ms. Nelson’s room in 251 for a form.  Forms are due back by Wednesday, May 16th.
  • Reminder to all 6th grade students: Please get your Beach Field Trip money and permission slips into your homeroom teacher by tomorrow!
  • And Now Here is our meteorologist Jordan with the weather! Hello I’m Chief Meteorologist Jordan Cosman with the weather. Today temperatures will be in the mid seventies with mostly sunny skies but as we fast forward into the rest week temperatures will be in the mid to upper sixties until the weekend and beginning of next week when temperatures will be rising back into the seventies with low temperatures this week in the mid fifties. There are some rain showers expected on Saturday tapering off mid morning Sunday but other then that 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 Sticks. In the Grill line you can have Crispy Chicken Cub 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 10, 2018 at 8:40 AM
  
  • Good Morning TEMS -  I’d like to acknowledge students who have done something pretty special.  These students wanted to be a part of a Lego/Robotics club but since TEMS does not offer this, they took it upon themselves to start one and have a group of parents be their coaches.  They worked hard at night and on the weekend and made it to the World Festival.  There they placed second among 150 teams representing Connecticut.  They even got to hang out with members of our SWHS Robotics Team.  Congratulations to the following students:  Sivani Arvapalli, Tracy Doan, Vrishab Murali, Aarav Nair, Daniel Wang, Michael Ngo, Pranav Ramesh, Samarth Masarur, Sidarth Masarur – your perseverance displays your extraordinary enthusiasm and spirit.  Please come to the Main Office to see Mrs. Larson following announcements.
  • On another note, attention MathCounts students.  You are all invited to attend the May 22nd Board of Education Meeting at TEMS ALT 6 – beginning at 7:00 pm.  Mr. Denker, Mrs. Goldman, Mr. Smith Horn and I will be there as Dr. Carter will spotlight all MathCounts Club participants.
  • Be ready to come see your friends on stage as they perform for TE’s Got Talent.  The show will feature singing, dancing, magic, and more.  TE’s Got Talent takes place on Wednesday, June 6th.  Tickets will be on sale soon!!
  • Lost and found is calling. Bins are full and it is coming to the end of the year, so please check for lost or missing items this week in the main lobby, after this week items will no longer be on display. So again come and check the lost and found in the main lobby.
  • The athletics department will be offering tennis intramurals after school, starting May 16.  The program will run for 2 weeks, and will focus on match play.  If you are interested, please pick up a registration form in the gym locker rooms.  Registration is limited to 20 students.  Any questions, see Mrs. Hall. 
  • Today for lunch... In the Create line you can have pasta with meatballs. 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 testing is taking place so be respectful and quiet as you walk the hallways to and from class and ALWAYS STRIVE FOR FIVE!
Posted by dmatchett  On May 09, 2018 at 8:20 AM
  
  • Peer Mediation is here to help you! If you are having troubles with your friends WE can help you! It is so easy, Fill out a neon green Peer Mediation Request form , you can find them in the hallway, guidance or online on TE homepage , drop it in the guidance Peer mediation Mailbox. A special meeting time will be set up during your lunch time in the Peer Mediation room 376 where the Peer Mediators will help you work through your friendship problems. You are not in trouble when you come to Peer Mediation. You come to room 376, a safe place,  to talk things out with your friends. The meeting is confidential and will only be between your friends and the Peer Mediators. Please let us help you get your friendships back on track!
  • The TE Baseball team suffered a heartbreaking loss to Sage Park on Monday afternoon losing by a score of 9 to 8.  There were 6 lead changes in the game and it appeared the Cougars would be in for another Win when they scored 3 runs in the bottom of the 6th to take an 8 to 7 lead.  The Chargers answered with two runs in the top of the 7th to seal the victory.  Leading the Cougars were Jack Whitlock with 2 singles and 2 RBI, Drew Mabey with 2 singles and an RBI,and Ben Balducci with 2 singles.  The loss puts TE at 2 and 2 on the season with the next game Friday at East Hartford. 

  • The Athletics Department will be offering Tennis intramurals after school, starting May 16.  The program will run for 2 weeks, and will focus on match play.  If you are interested, please pick up a registration form in the gym locker rooms.  Registration is limited to 20 students.  Any questions, see Mrs. Hall. 

  • Lost and found is calling. Bins are full and it is coming to the end of the year, so please check for lost or missing items this week in the main lobby, after this week items will no longer be on display. So again come and check the lost and found in the main lobby.
  • 7th grade Peer Mediation: There will be no eating lunch outside or inside in room 376 today. 
  • The Softball team lost a tough game yesterday versus Sage Park Middle School.  The girls faced an outstanding pitcher, and fought hard, but ultimately couldn't create enough offense to win the game.  The Cougars did jump out to a quick lead when Lindsey Carter drilled a triple off the wall, driving in Lyndsay Donston, but went scoreless through the middle of the game.  Bridget Doherty, Josie Foley, and Olivia Strout helped paced the offense with hard hits.  Grace Benashski, Aricka Boosa, and Abbie Taylor made great plays in the field.  The girls look to get back on track Friday, home, against East Hartford. 

  • And now here is Jordan with the weather:  Hello I'm Chief Meteorologist Jordan Cosman with the weather. As the week continues temperatures will be in the mid to upper seventies with low temperatures in the mid to upper fifties. This week is looking pretty sunny overall other then some rain showers expected in the beginning of next week. Jordan Cosman, TETV morning news, guys, back to you.
  • Today for lunch... In the Create line you can have Mozzarella Sticks. In the Grill line you can have BBQ Chicken 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 08, 2018 at 8:31 AM
  
  • Guests- Hello TE, it's the time that you all been waiting for!!!!!!!  What do satanic chickens lay in their nests? Deviled Eggs!!!!!!  What did the baker say when he got caught robbing the bank?  “I kneaded the dough”  
  • Good morning,  the LMC is happy to announce that the 2019 Intermediate and Teen Nutmeg Nominees are now on display and available in the library media center. Come check out these amazing titles as soon as you can!  Looking forward to seeing you, Mrs. Longo.

  • The Timothy Edwards baseball team had a dramatic, come from behind, walk off victory against Ellington on Thursday afternoon.  Peyton West led off the bottom of the 9th by ripping a single to center field.  2 outs later, West found himself on third base when Joey Bates stepped to the plate.  Bates had hit the ball hard all day and was looking to end the game in front of the capacity crowd.  He crushed a single to right as West raced home with the winning run for the Cougars. On the mound, Nick Worthington and Jack Albert combined to limit the Jaguars to 2 hits and 1 run over the final 6 innings.  Jack Whitlock chipped in with 2 singles and Drew Mabey played well defensively.  TE improves to 2 wins and one loss on the season.  The Cougars are at home on Monday versus Sage Park.  

  • The Cougar softball team defeated Ellington yesterday by a score of 7-3.  Bridget Doherty lead the offense with three hits while Olivia Strout, Alexa Kimball, Julissa Claudio, Abbie Taylor and Grace Benashski also contributed offensively.  Lyndsay Donston made a diving stop at shortstop, while Josey Foley and Lindsey Carter teamed up for a spectacular out at home plate.  The girls have a home game today after school, wish them luck!
  • Please check the lost and found for missing items. There are quite a few nice looking items that will be donated to charity at the end of the school year if left unclaimed. So please take a moment to look in the main lobby for missing items. and now here is Jordan with the weather.

  • Today for lunch... In the Create line you can have chicken nuggets. 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, and may the 4th be with you!
Posted by dmatchett  On May 04, 2018 at 8:20 AM
  
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