TE Morning News - October 16, 2019 
  • Any student interested in playing in the Kenny O. 3 on 3 Basketball tournament must have their form in by this Friday, October You don't want to miss this event, so get your form in this week! Any questions see Mrs. Custer or any PE teacher.  

  • Registration for the 4th Annual STEAM Olympics is now open. All students are invited to participate by signing up in advance. Compete in Science, Technology, Engineering, Art and Math events on Saturday November 2nd! Join the STEAM OLYMPICS Google Classroom using code: 8vvq9mz  -Registration forms are available by visiting the Google Classroom or see your Science Teacher or see Mr. Smith-Horn in room 358 or in Stairwell "I" before homeroom. AND remember.... Stairwell "I", because you're worth it!
  • The annual TEMS Athletic Dept Halloween Dance is scheduled for this Friday, OCT 18th.  Tickets will be sold starting this morning in the main lobby.  Tickets are $7 in advance and $10 at the door.  Prizes will be awarded for the three top costumes on the evening.  As a reminder, you cannot wear masks or bring any accessories such as weaponry to the dance. Looking forward to seeing everyone on Friday night.  

  • The TEMS Boys soccer team battled Tolland last night to a 0-0 tie between the top two teams in the CRAL.  There were many chances from both sides, however, Tolland may have had the best chance when they rattled the crossbar late in the second half.  Field conditions played apart in the composure of the players on both sides, but the intensity was as high as ever throughout the contest.  Joey Bemis and Jude Gonzalez combined for the shutout in goal.  The Cougars play today at 3:30, weather permitting, and again on Thursday here at TEMS in both games.

  • The TE Field Hockey team beat Suffield Middle school yesterday with a score of 6-2. TE got out to an early lead with Kaitlyn Hardy scoring or the Cougars. Suffield quickly answered sneaking a goal past the TE goalie. The Cougars then took control of the game and scored 5 more goals unanswered. Scoring for the Cougars was Kaitlyn Hardy, Avery Yelle and Rachel Turrer with two goals a piece. Jordyn Boland had the only assist. Morgan Reed and Megan Stapelton played one of their best games yet on defense, holding Suffield out of the TE side of the field. Angelina Belizzi had 10 saves and was credited with the win. For the second game, TE again came away with the win with a score of 1-0. Vanessa Liegl scored the only goal on a break a way. Jillian Yelle, Caroline Jacobs and Izzy Dzubin also played very well. Elsa Gately had two saves with great clears to maintain the shutout. TE plays JFK of Enfield today at home. Come out and support the Cougars!!
  • Our next raffle is tomorrow, and three lucky winners will each win a $40 gift card to Cinemark Movie Theater. You just need to have raised at least $40 in donations to be automatically entered. Good Luck! Our goal is for each student to raise $50 in donations and the individuals that raise the most money in each grade get a $100 cash prize. Right now, Nana Boateng, is in first place for 6th graders, Lauren Graham is in the lead for 7th graders and the 8th grade leader is Tim Bortolan. Congratulations and keep up the great work! If you're hoping to raise more in donations, email grandma, grandpa, aunts, uncles, friends and neighbors and have your parents post it on Facebook!  Be sure to get those pledges in before the Walk-A-Thon! 
  • The lady Cougars traveled to face league leaders Tolland yesterday afternoon in a physically demanding match up. The leaders in the back, Haley Butler, Huntyr Courtois, Mikayla Evans, Sidney Montana, and Hailey Testa proved to be vital in the outcome of the game. The five played outstanding between the lines and prevented a number of Tolland attempts on goal. In the beginning of the match, the Cougars struck first with a cross from Isabelle Beaulieu finding the foot of Emerson Iacovelli. Half way through the second half, the Cougars put another on the scoresheet as midfielder Sam Grodovich assisted Arden Sansom who volleyed the cross into the top corner of the net. Late in the second half, Tolland struck twice to tie up the match. Plays of the game came from Haley Butler with 16 saves on the day and Huntyr Courtois who saved a shot off the goal line. The Cougars look forward to their next match this afternoon at Sage Park.

  • Today for lunch in the Create line you can have Chicken Nuggets, in the Grill line you can have Turkey Hot Dog 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 16 October, 2019 at 9:30 AM  

 
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