TE Morning News - February 19, 2020 
  • MathCounts will have the New England Math League competition Friday morning.  This will be our last regular meeting of MathCounts this school year.  So don't forget - the New England Math League competition will be Friday morning.  We will start the competition promptly at 7:10, so please be seated with your calculator, pencil and eraser by 7:05.  See you there.  

  • Monday, February 24th, we will be having a very special guest presenter coming to TE. His name is Ryan Parker and he calls himself an "Edutainer Artivist." Ryan is a motivational speaker who promotes peace-building and confidence-building.  Influenced by hip hop music, he uses his poetry to empower youth. Parker is described as  "a linguistic gourmet chef that chooses words to create a delicacy for the reader to consume and digest until full from pure poetic sustenance."  We are very excited to bring Ryan to speak with all of you. Look for his flyers hanging around the building to get more information on him. Click Here to learn more about Ryan. 
     
  • Attention Baseball Players - there will be a mandatory, informational baseball meeting on Wednesday, February 26th for those interested in trying out for the Timothy Edwards Middle School Baseball Team.  The meeting will take place in room 121 immediately after school and end at 3:30 PM.  Plan on getting picked up at 3:30 PM or take the 4 pm late bus home. Once again, the meeting will take place on February 26th.
  • Attention all 8th Graders: This Friday we are having our monthly business lunch.  If you are interested in being a police officer or joining the military, you should definitely attend! Sign up today in the counseling office to have lunch with Officer Roy on Friday. 


  • Attention 7th grade Ambassadors:  There will be a lunch meeting on Monday, Feb 24 in the guidance office.  You will get passes in homeroom. 

  • As February is Black History Month, TE would like to recognize influential African Americans throughout our country's history.  Today's subject is Benjamin Banneker, an inventor and architect. As a free and self-taught African-American who took over his family's farm at the age of 15, Benjamin Bannecker is known for inventing the first clock in America in the 1750s.  Mr. Banneker was a contemporary of Thomas Jefferson, and wrote to him discussing the topics of slavery and racial equality.  He is best known for designing and surveying the area for what is now the nation's capital in Washington D.C. in 1791 after the lead architect quit, saving the project.   Stay tuned for more biographies throughout the month!

  • Today for lunch in the Create line you can have Bosco Sticks, 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 great day and do your best to strive for five!
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    MathCounts will have the New England Math League competition  Friday morning.  This will be our last regular meeting of MathCounts this school year.  So don't forget - the New England Math League competition will be Friday morning.  We will start the competition promptly at 7:10, so please be seated with your calculator, pencil and eraser by 7:05.  See you there.  

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    Monday, February 24th, we will be having a very special guest presenter coming to TE. His name is Ryan Parker and he calls himself an "Edutainer Artivist." Ryan is a motivational speaker who promotes peace-building and confidence-building.  Influenced by hip hop music, he uses his poetry to empower youth. Parker is described as  "a linguistic gourmet chef that chooses words to create a delicacy for the reader to consume and digest until full from pure poetic sustenance."  We are very excited to bring Ryan to speak with all of you. Look for his flyers hanging around the building to get more information on him.
     
     
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     Attention Baseball Players - there will be a mandatory, informational baseball meeting on Wednesday, February 26th for those interested in trying out for the Timothy Edwards Middle School Baseball Team.  The meeting will take place in room 121 immediately after school and end at 3:30PM.  Plan on getting picked up at 3:30PM or take the 4pm late bus home. Once again, the meeting will take place on February 26th.

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    Attention all 8th Graders: This Friday we are having our monthly business lunch.  If you are interested in being a police officer or joining the military, you should definitely attend! Sign up today in the counseling office to have lunch with Officer Roy on Friday. 

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    Attention 7th grade Ambassadors:  There will be a lunch meeting on Monday, Feb 24 in the guidance office.  You will get passes in homeroom. 
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    As February is Black History Month, TE would like to recognize influential African Americans throughout our country's history.  Today's subject is Benjamin Banneker, an inventor and architect.
    As a free and self-taught African-American who took over his family's farm at the age of 15, Benjamin Bannecker is known for inventing the first clock in America in the 1750s.  Mr. Banneker was a contemporary of Thomas Jefferson, and wrote to him discussing the topics of slavery and racial equality.  He is best known for designing and surveying the area for what is now the nation's capital in Washington D.C. in 1791 after the lead architect quit, saving the project.  
    Stay tuned for more biographies throughout the month!

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    Today for lunch you can have bosco sticks, in the grill line you can have philly cheese steak or you can also have your choice of deli sandwiches. Have a great day and do your best to strive for 
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Posted by dmatchett On 19 February, 2020 at 8:15 AM  

 
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