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Click Here to watch the TETV News LIVE! Stream will start at 7:30, news begins at 8:00 am.

  • Good morning everyone, please stand for the pledge of allegiance. I pledge allegiance to the flag of the United States of America and to the republic for which it stands, one nation, under God, indivisible with liberty and justice for all. Please be seated.
  • Welcome back to another edition of TETV Morning News. Today is Monday, April 15.
  • Out of the Blue hopes you had a fantastic Spring Break.  We are working diligently on this year's issue.  Club members, please be reminded that there is NO meeting today.  You should go home on your regular bus.
  • Attention Cougar Robotics Participants. Our end of the season party and disassembly will take place today afterschool. Please bring a treat or snack to share. We will watch back some of the matches, take apart our creations, and enjoy some time celebrating our work this season. Any questions please contact your team coach.
  • Auditions for TETV News Anchors will be held this Wednesday, April 17th, afterschool. Interested students will audition by reading through a daily news script off of a teleprompter. Any questions please see Mr. Goric for more information.
  • Attention 6th Graders trying out for Track and Field. 6th grade tryouts will be held today after school. Please reach out to Mr. Millard or Mrs. Edwards with any questions.
  • It’s that time of year again- time to take part in helping choose the 2024 Intermediate and Middle School Nutmeg Book Award winners.  The Nutmeg Book Award is chosen by students in grades 4 to 8 throughout the state and represents our state book award. You must have read at least one or more of the current Nutmeg nominees in either category to be eligible to vote AND can only vote once per category. Voting will start on Wednesday, April 3rd  and end on Friday, April 26th. Cast your vote online by visiting the main LMC page; make sure you have a say in this year’s Nutmeg Book Award Winner! Thanks and have a great day!
  • Are you a 7th grader looking for a fun activity to do during WIN period? Join Mrs. Reed and Ms. Mills for “Mood Boosters”! Each week we will talk about a new topic and play a game or do a related activity. Sign up THIS week in the Guidance Office – don’t delay, spots are filling up!
  • If you would like to recommend music for the TE Morning News, Click Here.
  • Connect with TE thru Social Media! Follow us on FacebookInstagram or X. Get the latest TE News and announcements!
Posted by dmatchett  at 7:50 AM
  

Click Here to watch the TETV News LIVE! Stream will start at 7:30, news begins at 8:00 am.

  • Good morning everyone, please stand for the pledge of allegiance. I pledge allegiance to the flag of the United States of America and to the republic for which it stands, one nation, under God, indivisible with liberty and justice for all. Please be seated.
  • Welcome back to another edition of TETV Morning News. Today is Friday, April 5.
  • International Night was a ROARing success last night. A huge shoutout to all the students and staff performers for their amazing acts. From Spotlight, a staff band, and many student dance groups, the cultural exchange was amazing. The setup in the cafeteria allowed community members to showcase their cultures and even share some delicious food. Thanks to everyone involved in organizing and running this amazing event. 
  • Attention Cougar Robotics Participants. Our end of the season party and disassembly will take place on Monday, April 15th afterschool. Please bring a treat or snack to share. We will watch back some of the matches, take apart our creations, and enjoy some time celebrating our work this season. Any questions please contact your team coach.
  • Auditions for TETV News Anchors will be held on Wednesday, April 17th afterschool. Interested students will audition by reading through a daily news script off of a teleprompter. Any questions please see Mr. Goric for more information.
  • Attention 6th Graders trying out for Track and Field. 6th grade tryouts will be on Monday, April 15th after we return from break.  Please reach out to Mr. Millard or Mrs. Edwards with any questions.
  • It’s that time of year again- time to take part in helping choose the 2024 Intermediate and Middle School Nutmeg Book Award winners.  The Nutmeg Book Award is chosen by students in grades 4 to 8 throughout the state and represents our state book award. You must have read at least one or more of the current Nutmeg nominees in either category to be eligible to vote AND can only vote once per category. Voting will start on Wednesday, April 3rd  and end on Friday, April 26th.Cast your vote online by visiting the main LMC page; make sure you have a say in this year’s Nutmeg Book Award Winner! Thanks and have a great day!
  • Are you a 7th grader looking for a fun activity to do during WIN period? Join Mrs. Reed and Ms. Mills for “Mood Boosters”! Each week we will talk about a new topic and play a game or do a related activity. Sign up THIS week in the Guidance Office – don’t delay, spots are filling up!
  • Attention all members of our TE family, submissions for Out of the Blue are due by Monday April 15, the day we return from April Break!  That's no joke!  So please submit your poems, short stories, drawings, paintings, and photos.  Thank you to everyone who has already submitted.  We especially need more poems this year and we know how talented you all are!  You can even submit something you wrote for a class.  Please share with Ms. Olsen through Google!
  • Are you interested in improving your overall fitness?  Or want to get just a little stronger or faster or maybe hang out with friends while being active.  If so, join Mr. Chandler after school for Fitness Club, starting April 17th.  The program runs every Wednesday and Thursday through May 23rd, and they are on late bus days too.  Registration is through the South Windsor Rec Department and you can start registering on April 3rd.  Don't miss out as this program fills up quickly.  Only 30 students will be able to participate.  Additional information can be found on the tables in the boys and girls locker rooms.  Any questions, please see Mr. Chandler in the main gym.
  • If you would like to recommend music for the TE Morning News, Click Here.
  • Connect with TE thru Social Media! Follow us on FacebookInstagram or X. Get the latest TE News and announcements!
Posted by dmatchett  On Apr 05, 2024 at 8:17 AM
  

Click Here to watch the TETV News LIVE! Stream will start at 7:30, news begins at 8:00 am.

  • Good morning everyone, please stand for the pledge of allegiance. I pledge allegiance to the flag of the United States of America and to the republic for which it stands, one nation, under God, indivisible with liberty and justice for all. Please be seated.
  • Welcome back to another edition of TETV Morning News. Today is Thursday, April 4.
  • SAGA is meeting today after school until 4:00 in room 145 downstairs. All students are welcome! Reach out to Ms. Carver or Mrs. Reed with questions or concerns. See you then!
  • Attention Cougar Robotics Participants: Our end of the season party and disassembly will take place on Monday, April 15th afterschool. Please bring a treat or snack to share. We will watch back some of the matches, take apart our creations, and enjoy some time celebrating our work this season. Any questions please contact your team coach.
  • Auditions for TETV News Anchors will be held on Wednesday, April 17th afterschool. Interested students will audition by reading through a daily news script off of a teleprompter. Any questions please see Mr. Goric for more information.
  • Attention 8th grade baseball players...this is  a reminder that your second tryout will take place  today until 4pm.  Bring all your gear including sneakers.
  • Attention 7th and 6th Graders trying out for Track and Field.  Tryouts on Wednesday and Thursday have been postponed due to weather.  7th grade's new tryout date is tomorrow, April 5th.  6th grade will be Monday, April 15th after we return from break.  Please reach out to Mr. Millard or Mrs. Edwards with any questions.
  • It’s that time of year again- time to take part in helping choose the 2024 Intermediate and Middle School Nutmeg Book Award winners.  The Nutmeg Book Award is chosen by students in grades 4 to 8 throughout the state and represents our state book award. You must have read at least one or more of the current Nutmeg nominees in either category to be eligible to vote AND can only vote once per category. Voting will start on Wednesday, April 3rd  and end on Friday, April 26th.Cast your vote online by visiting the main LMC page; make sure you have a say in this year’s Nutmeg Book Award Winner! Thanks and have a great day!
  • Are you a 7th grader looking for a fun activity to do during WIN period? Join Mrs. Reed and Ms. Mills for “Mood Boosters”! Each week we will talk about a new topic and play a game or do a related activity. Sign up THIS week in the Guidance Office – don’t delay, spots are filling up!
  • Attention all members of our TE family, submissions for Out of the Blue are due by Monday April 15, the day we return from April Break!  That's no joke!  So please submit your poems, short stories, drawings, paintings, and photos.  Thank you to everyone who has already submitted.  We especially need more poems this year and we know how talented you all are!  You can even submit something you wrote for a class.  Please share with Ms. Olsen through Google!
  • Are you interested in improving your overall fitness?  Or want to get just a little stronger or faster or maybe hang out with friends while being active.  If so, join Mr. Chandler after school for Fitness Club, starting April 17th.  The program runs every Wednesday and Thursday through May 23rd, and they are on late bus days too.  Registration is through the South Windsor Rec Department and you can start registering on April 3rd.  Don't miss out as this program fills up quickly.  Only 30 students will be able to participate.  Additional information can be found on the tables in the boys and girls locker rooms.  Any questions, please see Mr. Chandler in the main gym.
  • If you would like to recommend music for the TE Morning News, Click Here.
  • Connect with TE thru Social Media! Follow us on FacebookInstagram or X. Get the latest TE News and announcements!
Posted by dmatchett  On Apr 04, 2024 at 8:50 AM
  

Click Here to watch the TETV News LIVE! Stream will start at 7:30, news begins at 8:00 am.

  • Good morning everyone, please stand for the pledge of allegiance. I pledge allegiance to the flag of the United States of America and to the republic for which it stands, one nation, under God, indivisible with liberty and justice for all. Please be seated.
  • Welcome back to another edition of TETV Morning News. Today is Wednesday, April 3.
  • Jump Start has been CANCELED for this afternoon. Please go home on your regular bus. Again, Jump Start WILL NOT be held today. 
  • SAGA will be meeting tomorrow, April 4th, right after school in room 145 in the music hallway. All students are welcome! The meeting will end at 4:00 and late buses are available to take home. If you have any questions or concerns, reach out to Ms. Carver or Mrs. Reed. Hope to see you there!
  • Attention 8th grade baseball players...this is  a reminder that your second tryout will take place on Thursday of this week until 4pm.  Bring all your gear including sneakers.  6th and 7th graders please pick up your baseball letter in the library today after school.  
  • Attention 7th and 6th Graders trying out for Track and Field.  Tryouts on Wednesday and Thursday have been postponed due to weather.  7th grade's new tryout date is this Friday, April 5th.  6th grade will be Monday, April 15th after we return from break.  Please reach out to Mr. Millard or Mrs. Edwards with any questions.
  • It’s that time of year again- time to take part in helping choose the 2024 Intermediate and Middle School Nutmeg Book Award winners.  The Nutmeg Book Award is chosen by students in grades 4 to 8 throughout the state and represents our state book award. You must have read at least one or more of the current Nutmeg nominees in either category to be eligible to vote AND can only vote once per category. Voting will start on Wednesday, April 3rd  and end on Friday, April 26th.Cast your vote online by visiting the main LMC page; make sure you have a say in this year’s Nutmeg Book Award Winner! Thanks and have a great day!
  • Are you a 7th grader who would like to join a fun, new group during WIN period? Join Mrs. Reed and Ms. Mills for “Mood Boosters”! Each week we will discuss a different topic and then play a game or do a related activity. Some included topics will be how to manage stress, how to have a growth mindset and how to elevate your mood! Garnet and Crimson teams will meet on Thursdays and Ruby and Scarlet teams will meet on Fridays during WIN. If you are interested, sign up THIS WEEK in the Guidance Office. Spots are limited, so don’t wait!
  • Attention all members of our TE family, submissions for Out of the Blue are due by Monday April 15, the day we return from April Break!  That's no joke!  So please submit your poems, short stories, drawings, paintings, and photos.  Thank you to everyone who has already submitted.  We especially need more poems this year and we know how talented you all are!  You can even submit something you wrote for a class.  Please share with Ms. Olsen through Google!
  • Are you interested in improving your overall fitness?  Or want to get just a little stronger or faster or maybe hang out with friends while being active.  If so, join Mr. Chandler after school for Fitness Club, starting April 17th.  The program runs every Wednesday and Thursday through May 23rd, and they are on late bus days too.  Registration is through the South Windsor Rec Department and you can start registering on April 3rd.  Don't miss out as this program fills up quickly.  Only 30 students will be able to participate.  Additional information can be found on the tables in the boys and girls locker rooms.  Any questions, please see Mr. Chandler in the main gym.
  • If you would like to recommend music for the TE Morning News, Click Here.
  • Connect with TE thru Social Media! Follow us on FacebookInstagram or X. Get the latest TE News and announcements!
Posted by dmatchett  On Apr 03, 2024 at 7:45 AM
  

Click Here to watch the TETV News LIVE! Stream will start at 7:30, news begins at 8:00 am.

  • Good morning everyone, please stand for the pledge of allegiance. I pledge allegiance to the flag of the United States of America and to the republic for which it stands, one nation, under God, indivisible with liberty and justice for all. Please be seated.
  • Welcome back to another edition of TETV Morning News. Today is Monday, April 1.
  • Attention all band members, instrumental lessons for today are canceled.  Please remain in your regular encore class. Also, all band members must remember to bring their Chromebook with them to band class today. 
  • Are you a 7th grader who would like to join a fun, new group during WIN period? Join Mrs. Reed and Ms. Mills for “Mood Boosters”! Each week we will discuss a different topic and then play a game or do a related activity. Some included topics will be how to manage stress, how to have a growth mindset and how to elevate your mood! Garnet and Crimson teams will meet on Thursdays and Ruby and Scarlet teams will meet on Fridays during WIN. If you are interested, sign up THIS WEEK in the Guidance Office. Spots are limited, so don’t wait!
  • The Cougar Robotics Team held their championship event on Saturday hosting over 50 TEMS students competing head to head. The morning was comprised of seating matches, which lead to a single elimination tournament in the afternoon. Congratulations to all students involved. The RoboRevolution team ending up claiming victory over the other eight teams and ended as our grand champions. Thank you to everyone who contributed to the success of our event, and to all the spectators who came out. 
  • A reminder to members of Out of the Blue that we will meet after school today.  Please make sure that you bring your submission if you have not turned it in yet.  And to all members of our TE family, all submissions are due by Monday April 15, only two weeks from today!  That's no April Fool's Joke!  So please submit your poems, short stories, drawings, paintings, and photos.  Thank you to everyone who has already submitted.  We especially need more poems this year and we know how talented you all are!  You can even submit something you wrote for a class.  Please share it with Ms. Olsen and then you can say you are part of a nationally award winning magazine!
  • Are you interested in improving your overall fitness?  Or want to get just a little stronger or faster or maybe hang out with friends while being active.  If so, join Mr. Chandler after school for Fitness Club, starting April 17th.  The program runs every Wednesday and Thursday through May 23rd, and they are on late bus days too.  Registration is through the South Windsor Rec Department and you can start registering on April 3rd.  Don't miss out as this program fills up quickly.  Only 30 students will be able to participate.  Additional information can be found on the tables in the boys and girls locker rooms.  Any questions, please see Mr. Chandler in the main gym.
  • If you would like to recommend music for the TE Morning News, Click Here.
  • Connect with TE thru Social Media! Follow us on FacebookInstagram or X. Get the latest TE News and announcements!
Posted by dmatchett  On Apr 01, 2024 at 7:45 AM
  

Click Here to watch the TETV News LIVE! Stream will start at 7:30, news begins at 8:00 am.

  • Good morning everyone, please stand for the pledge of allegiance. I pledge allegiance to the flag of the United States of America and to the republic for which it stands, one nation, under God, indivisible with liberty and justice for all. Please be seated.
  • Welcome back to another edition of TETV Morning News. Today is Thursday, March 28.
  • Its ROAR Raffle time. Today we will be drawing our final winners. Winners from the Raffle should see Mrs. Richardson in the main office to redeem their prize. And now for the Raffle.
  • A reminder to members of Out of the Blue that we will meet after school on Monday.  Please make sure that you bring your submission if you have not turned it in yet.  And to all members of our TE family, all submissions are due by Monday April 15, so please submit your poems, short stories, drawings, paintings, and photos.  Thank you to everyone who has already submitted.  We especially need more poems this year and we know how talented you all are!  You can even submit something you wrote for a class.  So share it with Ms. Olsen and then you can say you are part of a nationally award winning magazine!
  • Are you interested in improving your overall fitness?  Or want to get just a little stronger or faster or maybe hang out with friends while being active.  If so, join Mr. Chandler after school for Fitness Club, starting April 17th.  The program runs every Wednesday and Thursday through May 23rd, and they are on late bus days too.  Registration is through the South Windsor Rec Department and you can start registering on April 3rd.  Don't miss out as this program fills up quickly.  Only 30 students will be able to participate.  Additional information can be found on the tables in the boys and girls locker rooms.  Any questions, please see Mr. Chandler in the main gym.
  • Would you like to share kindness at TE, or contribute to the positive mental health of students? Do you have a project in mind to support inclusion and/or respect? Can you think of an idea that would encourage a more positive school community? If you answered yes to any of these questions, then here is your chance to do something! We are thrilled to announce that the Make a Change (MAC) Grants, through S. W. Youth & Family Services, are available once again! This grant encourages STUDENTS to put their ideas into action. Proposals can come from 1 student, a group of students or a an entire classroom. More information and the link to the application is on the TEMS main page. Applications are due by APRIL 5th! If you need more information, stop by room 296 and ask Mrs. Reed.
  • The Under the Sea Activity Night was a huge success! The T.E. Change Leaders raised $1,012.00! Thank you so much to everyone who attended! We would like to shout out a few people: Mr. Lepak (for coming in clutch as our RESIDENT DJ), Ms. Warner, Dr. Ferguson, Ms. Yarde, Mr. Klein, Mrs. Irwin, Mrs. Mafe, Maheen from Sage who did our HENNA, and our amazing TE nurse and safety officer! We would also like to shout out the Entertainers for providing all the great snacks people feasted on! Without you, the Activity Night would not have been so amazing! 
  • We are back with Women’s History Month celebrations. Today we will highlight the amazing accomplishments of Harriet Beecher Stowe. Here is a quick video that details her contributions to the world of literature and our nation. We hope you have enjoyed learning about Women who made an impact in our society this month. Link to Video
  • Attention baseball players...tryouts for 8th Graders ONLY will be next week on Monday, April 1st and Wednesday, April 3rd from 2:45 to 4:30. Please see the TE website for more information.
  • Track Tryouts are next week for those who have registered and have up to date physicals.  8th grade on Monday. 7th grade on Wednesday. 6th grade on Thursday.  Tryouts end at 4:30.  Be prepared to be outside.  Dress for the weather and bring appropriate gym clothes.  Also, please bring a water bottle, as we will not return inside until tryouts are over. See you soon!
  • Softball tryouts are going to be held next week on April 1st, 3rd, and 4th until 4pm.  You can get more information in the main gym or see Mrs. Giaccone.
  • If you would like to recommend music for the TE Morning News, Click Here.
  • Connect with TE thru Social Media! Follow us on FacebookInstagram or X. Get the latest TE News and announcements!
Posted by dmatchett  On Mar 28, 2024 at 7:45 AM
  

Click Here to watch the TETV News LIVE! Stream will start at 7:30, news begins at 8:00 am.

  • Good morning everyone, please stand for the pledge of allegiance. I pledge allegiance to the flag of the United States of America and to the republic for which it stands, one nation, under God, indivisible with liberty and justice for all. Please be seated.
  • Welcome back to another edition of TETV Morning News. Today is Wednesday, March 27.
  • Would you like to share kindness at TE, or contribute to the positive mental health of students? Do you have a project in mind to support inclusion and/or respect? Can you think of an idea that would encourage a more positive school community? If you answered yes to any of these questions, then here is your chance to do something! We are thrilled to announce that the Make a Change (MAC) Grants, through S. W. Youth & Family Services, are available once again! This grant encourages STUDENTS to put their ideas into action. Proposals can come from 1 student, a group of students or a an entire classroom. More information and the link to the application is on the TEMS main page. Applications are due by APRIL 5th! If you need more information, stop by room 296 and ask Mrs. Reed.
  • You can still earn ROAR tickets today for our final drawing tomorrow morning. If you have any remaining tickets please deposit them into the box next to the safety desk with your first and last name and your team on them. Our final ROAR Winners will be announced on the news tomorrow morning.
  • We are back with Women’s History Month celebrations. Today we will highlight the amazing accomplishments of Ella Fitzgerald. Here is a quick video that details her contributions to the green revolution. All month we will feature highlights of Women who made an impact in society.
  • Attention baseball players...tryouts for grades 6th and 7th only will take place today and tomorrow, March 27th from 2:45 to 4:30. 8th Graders ONLY will tryout next week on Monday, April 1st and Wednesday, April 3rd from 2:45 to 4:30. Please see the TE website for more information.
  • Track tryouts are next week for those who have registered and have up to date physicals.  8th grade on Monday. 7th grade on Wednesday. 6th grade on Thursday.  Tryouts end at 4:30.  Be prepared to be outside.  Dress for the weather and bring appropriate gym clothes.  Also, please bring a water bottle as we will not return inside until tryouts are over.   See you soon!
  • Softball tryouts are going to be held next week on April 1st, 3rd, and 4th until 4pm.  You can get more information in the main gym or see Mrs. Giaccone.
  • If you would like to recommend music for the TE Morning News, Click Here.
  • Connect with TE thru Social Media! Follow us on FacebookInstagram or X. Get the latest TE News and announcements!
Posted by dmatchett  On Mar 27, 2024 at 7:44 AM
  

Click Here to watch the TETV News LIVE! Stream will start at 7:30, news begins at 8:00 am.

  • Good morning everyone, please stand for the pledge of allegiance. I pledge allegiance to the flag of the United States of America and to the republic for which it stands, one nation, under God, indivisible with liberty and justice for all. Please be seated.
  • Welcome back to another edition of TETV Morning News. Today is Tuesday, March 26.
  • Hi TE!  Check out this great photo taken by Atharv Save!  Your work could also be featured in our magazine and on the news.  All submissions are due by Monday, April 15. Pease submit your poems, short stories, drawings, paintings, and photos.  We especially need more poems this year and we know how talented you all are!  You can even submit something you wrote for a class.  Share it with Ms. Olsen and then you can say you are part of a nationally award winning magazine!
  • You can still earn ROAR tickets all week long by demonstrating Respect, Ownership, Acceptance, and Resilience. To enter to win prizes, put your first and last name and team on the ticket and place tickets in the box next to the safety desk. Our final drawing will be held this Thursday!
  • We are back with Women’s History Month celebrations. Today we will highlight the amazing accomplishments of Indira Gandhi. Here is a quick video that details her contributions to the green revolution. All month we will feature highlights of Women who made an impact in society. Link to Video
  • Attention baseball players...tryouts for grades 6th and 7th only will take place today and tomorrow, March 27th from 2:45 to 4:30. 8th Graders only will tryout next week on Monday, April 1st and Wednesday, April 3rd from 2:45 to 4:30. Please see the TE website for more information.
  • Track and Field tryouts will be held next week.  Boys and girls will try out together.  8th grade will be on April 1st, 7th grade on April 3rd and 6th grade on April 4th.  Please make sure you are registered and your physical is up to date.
  • Softball tryouts are going to be held next week on April 1st, 3rd, and 4th until 4pm.  You can get more information in the main gym or see Mrs. Giaccone.
  • If you would like to recommend music for the TE Morning News, Click Here.
  • Connect with TE thru Social Media! Follow us on FacebookInstagram or X. Get the latest TE News and announcements!
Posted by dmatchett  On Mar 26, 2024 at 7:41 AM
  

Click Here to watch the TETV News LIVE! Stream will start at 7:30, news begins at 8:00 am.

  • Good morning everyone, please stand for the pledge of allegiance. I pledge allegiance to the flag of the United States of America and to the republic for which it stands, one nation, under God, indivisible with liberty and justice for all. Please be seated.
  • Welcome back to another edition of TETV Morning News. Today is Monday, March 25.
  • Out of the Blue will meet after school today in room 222.  Please bring your Chromebook.  Today we would like to feature the photography of Ishanvi Mohapatra, our fabulous editor-in-chief this year!  Remember, there is still time to get in your fantastic work.  You have until Monday April 15th to get in your submissions!
  • You can still earn ROAR tickets all week long by demonstrating Respect, Ownership, Acceptance, and Resilience. To enter to win prizes, put your first and last name and team on the ticket and place tickets in the box next to the safety desk. Our final drawing will be held this Thursday!
  • We are back with Women’s History Month celebrations. Today we will highlight the amazing accomplishments of Deborah Sampson. Here is a quick video that details her contributions to our nation through the Revolutionary War. All month we will feature highlights of Women who made an impact in society.
  • Attention baseball players...tryouts for grades 6th and 7th only will take place tomorrow, March 26th and Wednesday, March 27th from 2:45 to 4:30. 8th Graders Only will tryout next week on Monday, April 1st and Wednesday, April 3rd from 2:45 to 4:30. Please see the TE website for more information.
  • Track and Field tryouts will be held next week.  Boys and girls will try out together.  8th grade will be on April 1st, 7th grade on April 3rd and 6th grade on April 4th.  Please make sure you are registered and your physical is up to date.
  • Softball tryouts are going to be held next week on April 1st, 3rd, and 4th until 4pm.  You can get more information in the main gym or see Mrs. Giaccone.
  • If you would like to recommend music for the TE Morning News, Click Here.
  • Connect with TE thru Social Media! Follow us on FacebookInstagram or X. Get the latest TE News and announcements!
Posted by dmatchett  On Mar 25, 2024 at 7:42 AM
  

Click Here to watch the TETV News LIVE! Stream will start at 7:30, news begins at 8:00 am.

  • Good morning everyone, please stand for the pledge of allegiance. I pledge allegiance to the flag of the United States of America and to the republic for which it stands, one nation, under God, indivisible with liberty and justice for all. Please be seated.
  • Welcome back to another edition of TETV Morning News. Today is Friday, March 22.
  • Hey! I’m Nemo! Join us tonight from 6-8 PM on our very own “Under The Sea” Activity Night to find Dory. There will be lots of fun activities including: henna, face paint, a movie in the library and a dance in the cafeteria. Make sure to wear blue to match the theme of the activity night!!! Tickets are ONLY $10 DOLLARS, and VIP TICKETS ARE ONLY $15! With the VIP tickets, you can exclusively sit at the booths, you get a free goodie bag, and a free extra snack. How cool is that!?!?! All of the money will be put towards our goal of buying machines that help kids with Type 1 Diabetes! They found me, now it’s time to find DORY!
  • Calling all future scientists and champions! Did you catch the amazing results from this year's Science Olympiad?! We are thrilled to announce the outstanding achievements of our science Olympiad teams in the recent competition! Our "Purple-Team" brought home an incredible 4th place finish, showcasing their brilliance in everything from Experimental Design to Reach for the Stars! And let's not forget our incredible "White-Team" who secured a fantastic 6th place finish! They wowed the judges with their knowledge in events like Anatomy and Physiology and Microbe Mission!
  • Furthermore, we want to recognize our individual medalists who excelled in their events. Join us in celebrating their success and recognizing their commitment to excellence. Congratulations to Grace Yi, Dahsk Singh (9th grade), Rachel Matthews, Elina Basu, Krish Patel, Gautham Akshantala, Pratyaksha Yadav, Aarna Gupta of the Purple Team!  Congratulations to Saipragna Reddy Madina, Aarna Jaggi, Navya Jayaraj, Ishanvi Mohapatra, Sukrit Kumar, Aadya Fnu, Hrishi Jonnalagadda, Aidan Merlo, Bavisha Krishnan Ramakrishnan (9th grade) Deepshikha Paul (9th grade) of the White Team! We are so incredibly proud of the dedication, teamwork, and scientific minds of all our Science Olympiad participants! This is just the beginning for TE's future scientists! Let's keep pushing the boundaries of innovation!
  • Today, Out of the Blue is so excited to share the artwork of the fabulous Diya Krishna, who made the artwork that is being used for our banner this year!  Please be sure to tell her how awesome it is because Diya loves attention!  And to all members of our TE family, please submit your artwork and writings to Ms. Olsen.  We would love to include you in our magazine.  To all club members, we will meet on Monday after school.
  • We are back with Women’s History Month celebrations. Today we will highlight the amazing accomplishments of Caitlyn Clark. Here is a quick video that details her contributions to the sports world. All month we will feature highlights of Women who made an impact in society. Link to Video
  • Attention baseball players...tryouts for grades 6th and 7th only will take place on Tuesday, March 26th and Wednesday, March 27th from 2:45 to 4:30. 8th Graders Only will tryout on: Monday, April 1st and Wednesday, April 3rd from 2:45 to 4:30. Please see the TE website for more information.
  • Track and Field tryouts will be held the first week of April.  Boys and girls will try out together.  8th grade will be on April 1st, 7th grade on April 3rd and 6th grade on April 4th.  Please make sure you are registered and your physical is up to date.
  • Softball tryouts are going to be held on April 1st, 3rd, and 4th until 4pm.  You can get more information in the main gym or see Mrs. Giaccone.
  • If you would like to recommend music for the TE Morning News, Click Here.
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