TE Morning News - October 25, 2018 
  • Good Morning TE, We are here this morning to remind everyone about the Operation Gratitude collection drive we are having tomorrow. We will be collecting items that will be sent to our soldiers, veterans, and first responders. We are looking for travel sized personal items such as deodorant, baby powder, and sunscreen. We are also looking to collect batteries, gum, hand warmers and black crew length socks. We hope that you will contribute in any way you can tomorrow. We will have collection boxes inside each entrance and in the main lobby on Friday. Lets all help say thank you to the people who serve.
  • The TEMS Boys Soccer game played it's last game of the season last night falling to Tolland 2-1.  With the wind howling and the sun beaming down, the Cougars struck first by virtue of a Aadi Dey penalty.  The Falcons continued to press, and ultimately they broke the Cougars down.  Two quick goals and we were behind late in the first half.  The second half was a stalemate and the final score was identical to that of the first period.  Jack Stricker, Owen Verzella, and Kyle Castro were strong in the back and thwarted many of the Falcon attacks.  Several others contributed nicely off the bench.  It was the last contest for the 8th graders this season.  Please congratulate the boys when you see them.  The 8th graders are Aadi Dey, Kyle Castro, Xavier Crane, Owen Verzella, Dylan Hutton, Kiran Francis, Damian Ayala, Anthony That, Ben Bernstein, Jack Stricker.  Contratulation once again boys on a fine season.

  • Don't forget, MathCounts starts tomorrow.  CLICK HERE to view video. Everyone is welcome.  So bring a friend, bring a pencil, and bring a calculator.  See you at MathCounts tomorrow morning at 7:00 in the cafeteria.  Hope to see you there.  

  • Have you noticed the Trick-or-Treat for UNICEF signs that appeared all over school last week?  It is that time of year again.  Won't you consider digging out some spare change at home or in your backpack to help children all over the world? UNICEF helps children in emergencies by providing food, safe drinking water, medical care and education.  Children deserve a chance to live happy, healthy lives.  Please help by donating to your homeroom Trick-or-Treat box.  Thank you!!

  • Attention 8th grade students - If you are interested in meeting with a representative from Cheney Tech and/or Rockville Agricultural Program to learn about the offerings, please sign up in the Counseling Department if you have not already done so by Tuesday, 10/30.

  • 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 deli sandwiches. Have a great day, do your best, remember to always strive for 5!         
Posted by dmatchett On 25 October, 2018 at 8:11 AM  

 
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