TE Morning News - September 28, 2018 
  • What is black, white, and green all over?  Two skunks fighting over a pickle!
  • Having just completed day 2 of the Walk-A-thon pledge period and you’ve already raised over $2500!  Keep up the great work! Not only will you help raise money for our school but you could win some awesome prizes! The student that raises the most for their grade gets $100 cash! Not registered yet? Visit the getmovincrew.com website to register and raise $10 to become eligible for our first raffle taking place on Tuesday.  We’ll be choosing three lucky raffle winners that will each win a $10 Starbucks gift card live during the TETV Morning news.  There’s more prizes to come and the earlier you start fundraising, the more chances you have to win. Be sure to register soon!!  

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

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

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

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

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

  • Today for lunch... In the Create line you can have Popcorn Chicken Bowl. In the Grill line you can have Turkey Hot Dog and in the On the Go line you can have your choice of deli sandwiches. Have a great day, do your best and remember to always strive for 5!
Posted by dmatchett On 28 September, 2018 at 8:26 AM  

 
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