TE Morning News - September 20, 2019 
  • Some iceberg lettuce, a faucet, and a tomato are running a race together.  The lettuce was ahead, the faucet was running, and the tomato was trying to catch up!
  • ONE word CAN have more of an impact than you can ever imagine! SO Beginning Monday… we are going to START WITH HELLO! Hi, Hola, Nameste, Konnichiwa, Hello, Ciao, Bonjour, Aloha, Howdy! All this week, we are going to have some fun making connections! In homeroom on Monday morning, you will be given a name tag. Please print your name on it and wear it all day. Say HELLO to EVERYONE you see on Monday! On Tuesday, make sure that you check out the Pinwheels for Peace display in front of TE. This reminds us to share peace and kindness with each other. Stay tuned for more activities throughout the week…  Let’s bring people together by simply saying HELLO to everyone!
  • Looking for a place to hang out with your friends? TEMS students are welcome at the SW Teen Center on Friday nights from 6:00-9:15 pm.  The teen center has games you can play, activities, pool tables, foosball and air hockey.  Snacks are available to purchase.  Parents must fill out a registration form when they drop you off.  This Friday 9/20 is opening night.  Hope to see you there!

  • The lady Cougars hosted their first home game of the season vs. Tolland yesterday afternoon. The game proved to be a true battle as both teams were fit and worked extremely hard. The Cougars struck first as Leighana Ferrabelo slotted a goal into the bottom corner to take the lead. The Cougars played exceptional in the first half with great passing in the midfield from Isabelle Beaulieu, Elise Suffish, Sam Grodovich, and Emerson Iacovelli. Shots on goal in the first half came from Arden Sansom and Katelyn Roux, with a few coming close to finding the back of the net. In the second half, the tides turned as Tolland found the net twice bringing the score to 2-1. Despite the outcome, the Cougars deserve much of the praise for all their hard work including amazing defensive efforts from Haley Testa, Sidney Montana, Huntyr Courtois, and Mikayla Evans. Goalkeeper Haley Butler recorded 12 saves on the day. The Cougars match up against JFK at home next Tuesday. Come out and support the team!

  • The Timothy Edward boys soccer team were back in action last night taking on the Tolland Eagles. The game was back and forth all night, however, the Cougars came out on top by the score of 2-1. The Cougars scored goals in both halves. The first was by Naol (Na-hol) Nifessa off a nice feed from Jake Gattuso. The Eagles scored a mere two minutes later bringing the score line to 1-1. The second half, the Eagles poured it on, however, the back line of Eric Montes de Oca, Vaughn Bizier, Jacob Gordon, and Alex Ezedine thwarted every opportunity they had. Jude Gonzalez made an appearance in goal and made three saves on the night. The second goal was scored by Taylor Legault of another feed from Gattuso. The Cougars are now 2-0 on the season. Congrats on the great win.

  • All students who are interested in working on the 2020 TEMS Yearbook should stop by Ms. Gravell's room, 123, for an application. Our first meeting of the year will be next Monday, September 23rd, right after school in room 123. We will be choosing the cover design for the book at that first meeting!

  • Today for lunch in the Create line you can have Sloppy Joe, in the Grill line you can have Philly Cheese Steak and in the So Deli line you can have your choice of deli sandwiches. Have a good day and do your best to strive for five!
Posted by dmatchett On 20 September, 2019 at 9:00 AM  

 
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