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  • With the Walk-A-Thon just two days away, a shout out to our top three fundraising students.  Nana Boanteg from Lime is the overall leader and has raised over $400 dollars for our school!  Close behind are Timothy Bortolan from Pacific and Brock Kelly from Scarlet.  Awesome job guys!!!  Remember the top fundraiser from each grade earns a $100 cash prize! As for the team pizza party prize, Team Evergreen is in the lead for sixth grade and is also the overall leader with over $2000 raised!  Garnet is in the lead for 7th grade and Pacific is in the lead for 8th grade. Keep sharing your fundraising web-page with family and friends.  Don’t forget, there's only one more chance to win a raffle prize. Tomorrow we'll be raffling three $50 Amazon gift cards for students that have met their $50 donation goal, so keep getting those donations! Anyone who needs more information on the fundraiser can go to the TEMS website under the PTO section. 
  • The TEMS boys soccer team played once again last week taking on the Sage Park Chargers of Windsor.  The game was back and forth in the first half, however, the Cougars were up at the half with a lovely strike from Jake Gattuso, which was assisted by Drew Monteserin.  Gattuso returned the favor in the second half, feeding Monteserin who finished calmly in front of net.  The final goal of the game came through Lucas Robinson who was opportunistic in front of the goal and poked his chance home past the Sage Park keeper.  The defense was solid all night, as Erik Montes de Oca, Alex Ezedine, Chris Maio and several others kept the clean sheet.  TE plays their third and final game of the week today after school, weather permitting.  Please come out and cheer on the undefeated boys soccer team if you get a chance.  
  • The TEMS girls traveled to Sage Park and battled the Chargers in a cold and rainy match. The Chargers struck first with a fast breakaway putting the Cougars on their heels in the opening minutes of the match. However the lead was short-lived, as Arden Sansom scored off an assist from Leighana Ferrabelo. Isabelle Beaulieu added to the score sheet with a lefty strike and a clinical PK off a foul drawn my Mia Ruiz. In the second half, Julia Jaworski and Ava Hapkewicz led the Cougar attack with exceptional passing despite the difficult weather. The sister’s Roux combined for a goal as Sam Roux passed to Katelyn Roux for a clinical strike bringing the score to 4-1. In the remaining minutes of the game, Cassie Polansky and Katelyn Roux added 2 additional goals bringing final to 6-1. The Cougars look forward to their third game of the week tomorrow at East Hartford.
  • The boys cross country team was unable to beat the rain last Wednesday afternoon, but they did come home with another victory.  Aidan Walsh took the overall victory, followed closely by Max Plunske who took it out strong and was rewarded with a second place finish.  Evan Czaja continued to race well with a 6th place finish, helping TE to the 15-50 win over Sage Park.  Travis Willcox finished strong for a top 12 placement and Matthew LeBlanc kicked it in for a top 15 finish as the Cougars took 14 of the top 15 spots.  The team looks to finish off their regular season undefeated next Monday when they travel to Tolland. 
  • Attention all TE students: The Outdoor Education Club has two more fall trips coming up.  On October 23rd we will do a hike on Case Mountain in Manchester, and on November 6th we'll hike at Valley Falls Park in Vernon.  To get a form, stop by the main office, or see Mr. Wilkinson in room 112 or room 258, or see Ms. Nelson in room 251. 
  • The girls cross country team held strong to their undefeated streak with their 8th win Wednesday against Sage Park with a score of 15 to 49.  It was the best team finish of the season with a pack of TE runners crossing the finish in 1st through 5th place all within 12 seconds of one another.  The fab 5 pack included Shennyn Giannelli, Molly Caron, Maddie Syme, Izzy Carpenter, and Riley Baker.  Many of the girls made gains within team standings including Brooke Stapleton who finished in the top 10 for TE, and Lilliana Fraize and Rachel Richard who were on fire as they sprinted to the finish neck & neck.  Prisha Thomas looked strong as she ran a great time considering just coming off an injury.  The girls will face Tolland, their toughest opponent, this Monday for their final dual meet of the season.  Let's see what you are made of, cougars!  Good luck!!
  • That's right Champions - MathCounts starts this Friday morning at 7:00 in the cafeteria.  Be sure to bring a pencil, bring a calculator and  bring a friend.  Hope to see you there!
  • Today for lunch in the Create line you can have Orange Glazed Chicken, in the Grill line you can have  Chicken Parm 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 Oct 21, 2019 at 9:15 AM
  
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