TE Morning News - March 9, 2020 
  • TEMS Entertainers is proud to present 4 performances of Disney's Aladdin, Jr. beginning  Thursday March 19 and running through Saturday March 21.  Tickets are $10 and are on sale in the main lobby before school every day until next Friday.  

  • Congrats to our TE 6th-grade girls and boys travel basketball teams! 

Our sixth-grade girls had an outstanding season.  They had a grueling game against Tolland yesterday, where they took second place in their division.  Their hard work and determination this season was what brought them to their 13-6 season record.  The girls' team, consisting of Yasmine Abunasara, Eliza Blanchfield, Avery Brochu, Caroline Cavanaugh, Izabel Dzubin, Harshitha Gavara, Shennyn Giannelli, Erin Martin, Samantha Roux, Mia Ruiz, and Tyalor Zanelli showed great sportsmanship and an amazing effort throughout all of their games and we could not have been any prouder of them.

The 6th grade boys team also had a championship game yesterday defeating Stafford 50-47.  South Windsor Boys ends the season at 17-2 and NCC 6th grade champions. Congratulations to the boys team consisting of Eli Blumenthal, Jaden Bridgeforth, Liam Davis, Tyler Dill, Brayden Edwards, Alex Freitas, Ryan Laguardia, Ryder Hays, Dom MacNeil, and  Shaurya Ranjan.

  • On Saturday Rishabh, Aarush, Mehana, Jani, Daniel, and Aricka represented TE at the Connecticut State MathCounts competition.   Competing against the top 18 schools in the state, and 150 participants, the team of Rishabh, Aarush, Mehana and Jani placed TE a very respective 7th place overall.  Congratulations to these six TE mathletes for their efforts and doing a great job representing TE.  
  • On Saturday Feb. 29th, two teams of TEMS students competed in the 2020 Connecticut Middle School Science Bowl held at the University of Connecticut in Storrs.  Although this was the second year that a team from TE competed, it was a first for these students.  Overall the two teams did very well for a first try, coming in 8th and 13th out of 32 teams in the morning round-robin competition.  In the afternoon brackets competition, Team B ended up in 5th place overall, giving the undefeated East Lyme Team a run for their money.  The East Lyme coach came over to congratulate the TE team, saying that our students scored the highest against East Lyme all day, and predicting that TE students would go to nationals in 2 years.  Congratulations and a job well done to Adithya Anand, Aditya Jha, Ashwin Nair, Jason Thokchom, Pranay Kakkar, Aarush Agarwal, Aryan Manchala, Anushree Sabade, Vihaan Reddy Vennpureddy, and Nithish Jayaraj. Special thanks to Samarth Bansanth who came to all the practices and scrimmages, but unfortunately had to miss the competition on Saturday.

  • Today for lunch in the Create line you can have Chicken Teriyaki Bowl, in the Grill line you can have Chicken Parmesan Sandwich 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 09 March, 2020 at 10:07 AM  

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