Daily Announcements
Daily Announcements for Timothy Edwards Middle School

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  • The BE THE CHANGE Club is holding a game drive Wednesday February 12th.  Games will be sent to the Holy Family school in the village of Hopkins, Belize, Central America. The Principal of the School, Miss Nunez, is looking for FUN, NEW games (sorry - no used games) with very simple directions.  Please bring in games like Sorry, Yahtzee, Trouble, Chutes & Ladders or Twister. YOUR donation will make a BIG difference in the lives of these student. Games may be dropped off in the box in your team hallway. So - THANK YOU & BE THE CHANGE...
  • Attention all 8th grade students-  Anyone interested in trying out for the South Windsor High School Show Choir Choral Spectrum should immediately join the audition Google Classroom using the code pgpn7h5.  
  • The Timothy Edwards literary magazine Out of the Blue is pleased to announce that we have won a national award for the 8th year in the row.  We placed at the level of "Excellent" in the NCTE's literary magazine contest.  Thank you to everyone who submitted last year, as your fabulous work and talent is what makes our magazine so great!  We hope you will consider submitting again this year!"

  • Attention Athletes! Spring Sports Registration in Power School Parent Portal is now open!!  You will not be able to try out unless Registration is complete! Deadline is Friday, March 6th. Any questions see Mrs. Stewart in the Main Office. 
  • The Outdoor Ed snow tubing trip to powder ridge is now full. The rock climbing and ice skating trips are filling up fast. If you are interested in either Rock Climbing at Stone age rock gym on February 27th or Ice Skating at South Windsor Arena on March 26th make sure to pick up permission slips from Ms. Nelson in room 251 or Mr. Wilkinson in room 112.

  • The boys basketball team knocked off Illing Middle School 62-45 at Manchester yesterday afternoon.  A tough half court defense kept the Rams stifled for most of the game and a strong transition offense pushed the Cougars to the victory in the semifinals of the playoffs.  The boys play East Hartford at East Hartford on Wednesday at 3:30 for the league championship.

  • Today for lunch in the Create line you can have Jerk Chicken, 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!
Posted by dmatchett  On Feb 11, 2020 at 11:15 AM
  • Movie matinee is cancelled for this afternoon, it will be rescheduled for Monday, March 18th.

  • The Girls basketball team defeated Sage Park Thursday in overtime, by a score of 46-43.  The Cougars got in foul trouble early, and never had the lead until the overtime period.  However, the Cougars were able to take the lead behind the offensive talents of Anna Matus, 13 points, Blossom Iweka, 9 points, Ava Magarian and Olivia Petgrave, each with 8 points.  The team plays the last game of the season today at home against Ellington.  Come cheer on the Cougars as they march to the playoffs!

  • Over the weekend, a group of 8th graders, Abhinay Prabhuraj, Akshat Shenoi, Arvind Tirumala, Iniya Raja, Pranav Shankar, Shriharran Radhakrishnan, Sri Kiran Sripada, Trinayaan Hariharan and Vineet Kuchipudi from the Zeros and Ones team competed in the First Tech Challenge regional competition. First Tech Challenge is a robotics competition for people in 8th to 12th grades. Participants are not only challenged to design build and program but also promote First qualities such as gracious professionalism. Zeros and Ones won not one, not two but three awards qualifying them for the state level competition! They won first place in the design award ,  third place in the control award , and Second place in the inspire award. The team would like to thank all the help they received from the school and the community and especially from teachers Mr. Goric and Mr. Wilkinson. 

  • On Saturday, our TEMS Cheerleaders took the mat at the 16th Annual Windsor Warrior Cheerleading Competition.  The team, lead by 8th grader Kim Bentley, and Captains Kiara Plourde, Maddy Comella, Mikayla Allore, and Zuzu Dominguez went home with not only a 1st place trophy in the middle school division, but also scored more points than the HIGH SCHOOL VARSITY TEAMS of Windsor Locks, Simsbury, Southington, Farmington, and they almost beat Enfield by .5 of a point.  Another huge highlight of the competition was the fact that out of the 17 teams that competed, TEMS was the ONLY squad to walk away with zero deductions!!  Way to go Cougars!!

  • Attention all TE students who love to play volleyball.  Volleyball intramurals will be starting February 20th.  Come alone or grab some friends to play Volleyball or Nu Kem after school on late bus days.  Volleyball intramurals will be offered February 20th, 21st, 25th, 27th, 28th, and March 4th weather permitting.  If you are interested please pick up a permission slip in the boys or girls locker rooms. 

  • Attention any 8th grade student interested in trying out the the South Windsor High School's show choir, Choral Spectrum: You need to join the Spectrum Audition Google Classroom. The auditions will be held at the high school on February 25th at 5:00 pm. See Mrs. Gasta with any questions. 

  • Do you have a dog? Does it like treats? Then you're in luck. Homemade dog treats will be on sale before school this week in the main lobby on Tuesday and Wednesday. Treats will be only $1 a bag. Proceeds will benefit the specialty programs at TE.
  • Today for lunch... In the Create line you can have Mandarin Chicken, in the Grill line you can have Chicken Parmesan and in the So Deli line you can have your choice of deli sandwiches.

  • Now please keep your attention on the screen for some highlights from this weekends cheer competition featuring the T-E-M-S Cougars.                         
Posted by dmatchett  On Feb 11, 2019 at 11:54 AM
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