TE Morning News - May 17, 2019 
  • Where do French Fries originate from? Grease!

  • Thursday, June 6th, the TEMS eighth grade EXCEL will be hosting a volleyball night in the gym. Gather your friends for an evening of fun! The theme this year is space, in honor of Valli Pendyala’s and Ria Saxena’s wonderful documentary on NASA’s Apollo 1 mission, which is going to the National History Day competition, as well as popcorn, in honor of Iniya Raja, who is also going to Nationals, and her wonderful love of popcorn. You and your team can sign up to play in the 3 PM to 5 PM slot or the 6 PM to 8 PM slot. There will also be other fun activities available as well as food. All proceeds go to Iniya, Valli, and Ria so they can compete in National History Day. Forms can be found from your homeroom teacher or in Room 358. Good luck girls!  
  • Yesterday the softball teams offense was led by Adrianna Peruccio and Taylor Nisyrios with two hits each and Maggie Poulin and Ava Shasha with one hit each. The catch of the day was made by Ava Shasha in center field as the team lost to Illing. The team will play East Hartford on Tuesday.

  • The Timothy Edwards baseball team lost a tough game to Illing on Thursday afternoon by a score of 3 to zero.  The Cougars' bats were silenced as they managed only one hit which was by Nathan Grilli.  Ben Balducci pitched well for the Cougars.  The loss drops TE to 6 and 2 on the season.  They play at home on Tuesday against East Hartford.

  • Attention all students: Order your TEMS 2019 yearbook online before June 1st to guarantee there is a book for you!! Order right from the TEMS Webpage! Yearbook Distribution date is JUNE 12th, but if you didn't order one, we can't guarantee there will be one for you! Order your yearbook now!

  • Summer camp announcement!  TEPEE camp is back! Do you like PE class or like to exercise?  Well, TEPEE camp is for you!  You will have the opportunity to take part in different physical education units and games such as handball, tennis, soccer, and pinguard (just to name a few). TEPEE camp will be held the week after school ends from 8:30 am to noon, June 24th through June 28th.  If you are interested, you can sign up online through the recreation department. See Mrs. Giaccone for more information.
  • Attention all 8th graders attending South Windsor High School in the fallAny student interested in trying out for a fall sport should make every effort to stay after school from 2:45 to 3:30 on June 5th. SWHS coaches for girls and boys soccer, girls and boys x-country, girls volleyball, girls swimming and diving, football and field hockey will be hear to speak about summer training and tryouts that will occur before the start of school in August.  If interested please sign up during PE class.  Any questions see Mrs. Custer or any PE teacher
  • 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 or students or peers to sign their amazing work!  You never know, it could be worth a lot one day!  Copies of our magazine will be sold for $5 in Ms. Olsen’s room, room 312 in the Garnet hallway.  Please try to bring exact change.  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!

  • The boys track team competed at the CRAL Championship yesterday, winning the meet with 80 overall points, 6 points better than the next closest team!  It took an incredible team effort, with many standout performances.  Wyatt Cote finished 2nd in the Shot Put and 200 meter dash. Ben Tortora and Colin Grip were ferocious in the 800 meter race, finishing 2nd and 4th, both with Personal Records.  Ares Savvides dominated the 1600 meter run, and cruised on the final lap to secure 1st place.  Shane Jewett and Devon Charron were strong in the 55 meter hurdles, finishing 2nd and 4th.  Jaden Sinclair stepped up huge and earned 3rd place in the Shot Put, while Jack Sticker and Vineet Kuchipudi were strong in the Discus, earning 2nd and 3rd place.  And the highlights came from the relay teams.  The 4 by 800 team of Aidan Walsh, Shubhan Tamhane, Colin Grip and Ben Tortora got the meet rolling with 2nd place.  And the 4 by 400 team of Ares Savvides, Kyle Sullivan, Hakim Montgomery and Sam Meleshenko set a Personal Record of 4 minutes flat.  Sam Meleshenko also set a PR for the 400 meter dash, running 55.16 seconds.  Congratulate the boys if you see them today for all the hard work they put in! Go Champs!

  • Today for lunch... In the Create line you can have French Toast Sticks, in the Grill line you can have Turkey Dog, and in the So Deli 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 17 May, 2019 at 8:50 AM