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  • 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 News. Today is Tuesday, May 31st. Hey did you know, our spirit day for this Wednesday is Celebrity look alike Day. Can't wait to see all of those famous faces Wednesday!
  • The boys track team sent a select group of athletes to compete at the 14th Annual State Track and Field Championship on Saturday.  The rain held off long enough for all the boys to compete in their events, and they did not disappoint.  Beckham Mills performed well under pressure, earning 3rd place in the discus, just before running the 400 and placing 2nd in the state.  He set a personal record in both.  The distance runners of Stewart Christophel, Jeff Zeng, and Colton Flaherty set PRs in the 1600.  Holden Crane made it to the finals of Shot Put where he finished 8th.  Trestan Calloway walked away with two medals of his own, placing 7th in the 100 and 3rd in the 200.  Matt Habeeb and Jerry Zhu ran their best hurdle races of the year and nearly made the finals.  Andrew Glatt and Avaneesh Savkar had strong showings for TE on the day.  Ultimately, the TE boys finished the day with an astonishing 3rd place overall team score out of 27 schools in the state.  It was a very impressive day for the boys who saved some of their best performances for last. The coaches would like to thank all the athletes for a tremendous season and wish good luck to all the 8th graders as they begin the next chapter of their track and field careers.
  • Congrats to all the girl track athletes that competed at the 14th Annual State Track Championship Meet on Saturday.  The girls had strong performances the entire day.  Sadhana Ganesan and Peyton Bennett started the day for the Lady Cougars placing 1st and 2nd in the hurdle prelims with Bennett taking fourth place overall in the hurdle finals.  Morgan Bridgeforth took 9th place out of 62 athletes in the 100-meter run.  Keeley Scott, Morgan Bridgeforth, and Natalie Czop were in the top 1/3rd of the athletes out of the 70 other girls that ran the 200.  Mia Ruiz took 3rd place in the 400, with Izzy Carpenter and Annabel Ambooken not far behind- each setting personal records for the day.  Izzy Carpenter was 11th in the state in the 800-meter run, along with Abigail Ambooken in the top half of athletes.  Olivia Stoner and Meghan Foster set personal records in the 1600-meter run.  Zoe Bailey took 23rd overall, but 1st for her grade in the shot put, while Ioana Luangpraseuth took 5th for the discus, with Abby Stricker and Audrey Zhang close behind. Ella Daniele and Maddie Osorio took 3rd and 5th for their grade level in the long jump.  The day ended with Mallory Mead and Caroline Cavanaugh at the high jump.  Mallory jumped an impressive 4'2" and Caroline won 1st place in the state with a jump of 4'6"  Overall an impressive day with many personal records in throwing, jumping, and running events.  The coaches are beyond proud.  Great job ladies.
  • Boys and Girls Track, please check your Google Classrooms regarding the end-of-the-season party set for Wednesday, June 2nd after school until 4:00.
  • Interested in playing soccer at South Windsor High School next year? The boys team will meet next Monday, June 6, at 2:45pm in Coach Lepak's room, room 265. There, you can meet some of the team and get all of your questions answered. We hope to see you there. 
  • Do you like the outdoors?  Do you like hiking? Next Friday, June 3rd, the Outdoor Club will be hiking Case Mountain in Manchester. Transportation will be provided to Case Mountain, but you'll need to be able to get picked up at Case Mountain by 4:30 pm. If you'd like to take a hike after school next Friday, stop by Mr. Stinchon's room, room 262, to get a permission slip. No prior hiking experience is needed. 
  • Attention All Students and Staff:  Order your TEMS 2022 Yearbook NOW ONLINE!  Order your yearbook online by May 31st to receive yours in Homeroom with the first Distribution. After May 31st you will need to wait to purchase your book AFTER and wait in line, in person and pay by cash or check. Go to www.jostens.com to place your order now!
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Posted by dmatchett  On May 31, 2022 at 7:37 AM
  

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  • 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 News. Today is Friday, May 27th.
  • Do you like the outdoors?  Do you like hiking? Next Friday, June 3rd, the Outdoor Club will be hiking Case Mountain in Manchester. Transportation will be provided to Case Mountain --- but you'll need to be able to get picked up at Case Mountain by 4:30 pm. If you'd like to take a hike after school next Friday, stop by Mr. Stinchon's room, room 262,  to get a permission slip. No prior hiking experience is needed. 
  • The softball team suffered their first loss of the season yesterday against JFK middle school. TE was holding a solid 8-3 lead for a few innings until the bottom of the fourth. JFK ended up scoring 9 runs to bring the score to 12 to 8 going into the top of the 5th inning. TE answered back with 2 runs but it wasn’t enough. JFK defeated TE 12 to 10. Offensive standouts were Alexis Nisyrios, Meghan Doherty, Cassidy Cole, Olivia Doran, and Brianna LeGare. TE travels back to JFK to play them in the final championship game on Wednesday June 1st. Good luck!
  • Solid pitching, timely hitting and spectacular defense wins baseball games.  The TE baseball team did all that and more on Thursday afternoon in the final regular season game of the year...final score TE 7 -  JFK 1.  Lucas Carlson was given the baseball and he did not disappoint.  He pitched a complete, 7 inning game for the Cougars.  He struck out 5 and only allowed 4 Patriot baserunners in the game.  He was assisted by great defensive plays, including a diving catch in left field by Daltin Harrison.  Carlson's performance continued the trend of TE dominance on the mound.  In the last 4 games, the Cougar pitching staff has only allowed 4 total runs while giving up 5 hits. On offense in those 4 games, the Cougars have scored an incredible 56 runs on 49 hits. Leading the offense against JFK was Brayden Edwards and Brandon Gudouskas...each with a single and 2 RBI while  Ryan Hubbard and Aiden Jackson had a single and one RBI.   TE's record is 10 wins and 2 losses.  They now await a date and time for the CRAL Championship game.  
  • Attention All Students and Staff:  Order your TEMS 2022 Yearbook NOW ONLINE!  Order your yearbook online by May 31st to receive yours in Homeroom with the first Distribution. After May 31st you will need to wait to purchase your book AFTER and wait in line, in person and pay by cash or check. Go to www.jostens.com to place your order now!

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Posted by dmatchett  On May 27, 2022 at 7:53 AM
  

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  • 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 News. Today is Thursday, May 26th.
  • Attention All Students and Staff:  Order your TEMS 2022 Yearbook NOW ONLINE!  Order your yearbook online by May 31st to receive yours in Homeroom with the first Distribution. After May 31st you will need to wait to purchase your book AFTER and wait in line, in person and pay by cash or check. Go to www.jostens.com to place your order now!
  • Connect with TE thru Social Media! Follow us on FacebookInstagram or Twitter.  Get the latest TE news and announcements!
Posted by dmatchett  On May 26, 2022 at 7:42 AM
  

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  • 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 News. Today is Wednesday, May 25th and its Patriotic Day!
  • The TE baseball team traveled to Tolland on Tuesday and continued the trend of solid pitching, spectacular defense and clutch hitting.  The final score was TE 14 and Tolland 3.  Aiden Jackson pitched a complete game for the Cougars...striking out 6 while allowing only 3 hits.  Leading the way on offense was Elias Jacobs with 2 singles, a double and 2 RBI.  Brayden Edwards added 2 singles and 4 RBI and Jackson helped his own cause on the mound with 2 singles and 3 RBI.  Ryan Hubbard continued to be an on base machine...he walked, was hit by a pitch and had a single. In the 5 game winning streak, the Cougars have scored 66 runs compared to only 7 that they have given up and they have belted out 63 hits while surrendering only 13.  TE improves it's record to 9 wins and 2 losses on the season.  Great job TE!!!  The final regular season game is Thursday at home vs. JFK.
  • Attention All Students and Staff:  Order your TEMS 2022 Yearbook NOW ONLINE!  Order your yearbook online by May 31st to receive yours in homeroom with the first distribution. After May 31st you will need to wait to purchase your book AFTER and wait in line, in person and pay by cash or check. Go to www.jostens.com to place your order now!
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Posted by dmatchett  On May 25, 2022 at 7:36 AM
  

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  • 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 News. Today is Tuesday, May 24th. Tomorrow our spirit day theme is Patriotic day in honor of the upcoming Memorial Day so don't forget your Red White and Blue and let's honor the holiday together.
  • The Timothy Edwards Jazz Ensemble and Jazz Combo both competed in the National Jazz Festival this past weekend.  Band's from all over the country and Canada participated in this Nationwide celebration of jazz!  The Timothy Edwards Jazz Combo took home First Place in the Middle School Small Ensemble Category (20:48), the Timothy Edwards Jazz Ensemble took honorable mention in the Large Ensemble Category (21:49) and guitar soloist Alyssa Nguyen was awarded "Outstanding Middle School Soloist" at the festival. (9:58)  All students worked extremely hard and did a fantastic job!
  • The softball team cruised right on by Sage Park Middle School beating them 21 to 1 in 4 innings.  Offensively, TE had quite the game.  Left fielder Amanda Donovan had 3 hits, pitcher Meghan Doherty had 2 doubles, Reese Pellerin and Lilly Morse had 2 hits, catcher, Brianna LeGare batted 3 for 4, and shortstop Olivia Doran batted 3 for 3 which included a single, triple and a homerun.  Great job ladies!  TE plays Tolland middle school today here at TE.  Come out and support!  Good luck!
  • To have a no hitter once in a season is quite a feat, but to do it two games in a row is amazing!  Yesterday afternoon in Windsor, left handed pitcher Brayden Edwards did just that for the Cougars in the 11 to 0 victory.  On Friday, Edwards, Kevin Wind and Elias Jacobs combined to get the no hitter, but Monday it was all Edwards.  He faced only 16 batters in the 5 inning game...striking out 11 of them.  Offensively, Edwards, Jacobs and Liam Davis had two hits each with Edwards and Davis producing an RBI.  Evan Westfall doubled and had 2 RBI and Tyler Dill had a single and RBI in the game.  The Cougars won their fourth consecutive game and improve to 8 wins and 2 losses on the season!  They travel to Tolland today.  Good luck Cougars!  .
  • Attention All Students and Staff:  Order your TEMS 2022 Yearbook NOW ONLINE!  Order your yearbook online by May 31st to receive yours in Homeroom with the first Distribution. After May 31st you will need to wait to purchase your book AFTER and wait in line, in person and pay by cash or check. Go to www.jostens.com to place your order now!
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Posted by dmatchett  On May 24, 2022 at 7:44 AM
  

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  • 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 News. Today is Monday, May 23rd. This Wednesday our spirit day theme is Patriotic day in honor of the upcoming Memorial Day weekend, so lets all get out our Red White and Blue and honor the holiday.
  • On Thursday, the boys track team traveled to Ellington for the Connecticut River Athletic League Championship meet.  While the overall results didn't fall in the Cougars favor, the boys gave it everything they had to try to repeat as CRAL champions.  Many athletes had outstanding individual performances.  Beckham Mills gutted it out through some soreness and finished 3rd in the Discus and 400 meter sprint.  Trestan Calloway finished 1st in the 200 meter dash and 4th in the 55 meter hurdles.  Jaden Bridgeforth saved his best meet for last, finishing 4th in the 100 meter dash and 3rd in the 200.  Holden Crane gave the Cougars all he had like he has all season, helping the 4x400 team earn 3rd with the help of Matt Habeeb, Brody Jurzcyk, and Blake Wool.  He also finished 4th in the Shot Put.  A lot was asked of Blake Wool and Stewart Christophel on the day and they emptied the tank during the 4x800 relay with Ben Perkins and James Swett, earning 2nd place.  The TE boys had a great season and some of the athletes are now shifting their focus to the State Championship meet on Saturday, May 28th.  Thanks to all the boys for their effort and teamwork this season!
  • Attention all 6th and 7th grade choral students:  Today, you have combined chorus rehearsals. All 6th grade chorus members should report to the auditorium at 11:45am. All 7th grade chorus members should report to the auditorium at 1:13pm. 
  • Congratulations to the Girls U14 Bobcats Lacrosse Team on winning the Ken Vilar Southington Jamboree. Hard work and great team play brought them the Championship. Also, big congratulations to tournament MVP Sierra Torres whose clutch saves preserved the championship win over Simsbury.
  • The Timothy Edwards baseball team travelled to Enfield on Friday in a matchup vs. JFK and the Cougars did not disappoint as they notched their third victory in a row.   On the mound, Brayden Edwards, Kevin Wind and Elias Jacobs did something that has happened only one other time in TE baseball history.  All 3 combined to throw a no hitter in the game as their pitches baffled the Patriots lineup all afternoon.  Offensively, TE pounded out 17 hits in the victory.  They were led by Evan Westfall with 2 singles, a double and RBI and Kevin Wind with 3 singles and 3 RBI.  Aiden Jackson had 2 singles and 3 RBI.  Daltin Harrison also chipped in with 2 singles.  The Cougars improve to 7 wins and 2 losses on the season.  They travel to Windsor today to take on Sage Park.  Good luck TE!
  • Attention All Students and Staff:  Order your TEMS 2022 Yearbook NOW ONLINE!  Order your yearbook online by May 31st to receive yours in Homeroom with the first Distribution. After May 31st you will need to wait to purchase your book AFTER and wait in line, in person and pay by cash or check. Go to www.jostens.com to place your order now!
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Posted by dmatchett  On May 23, 2022 at 8:01 AM
  

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  • 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 News. Today is Friday, May 20th.
  • Good morning, This is a friendly reminder that I run overdue library book reports every Tuesday and that if you have an overdue library book, you should receive an email to your school G-mail account.  Please make sure you are checking this email account regularly to be informed of whether or not you have any overdue library books or if you have a hold ready for pick up. Currently, there are a large number of students who have books that have been overdue for three or more weeks.  Please return those books to the TE LMC as soon as possible.  If you do not see me in the library, please drop your books in the big book drop located beneath the sign in table by the main entrance.  Please see me or email me if you have any questions. Thanks for your help with this! Mrs. Longo
  • The TE lady Cougars went to Ellington yesterday to compete against four other schools in the Connecticut River Athletic League meet.  Even though the lady Cougars competed hard, they took second place out of 5, losing against Sage Park with a score of 74-71.  Highlights of the meet include Natalie and Mia taking 4th and 5th in the 100, with Keeley Scott and Morgan Bridgeforth winning 4th and 5th in the 200, Mia took 1st in 400 with Izzy Carpenter on her tail taking 4th place, Sofia Holovatska, Gianna DiSalvatore, and Izzy Carpenter took 3rd-5th in the 800, while Sofia, Olivia Stoner, and Meghan Foster dominated the 1600, Sadhana took 1st in the hurdlers with Peyton Bennett and Kashish in top 5, Zoe Bailey took 5th in the shot put, and Iona L., took 1st in the discus, Caroline took 1st in the high jump, while Mallory Mead tied for 4th, Sadhana, Ella Danile, and Maddie Osorio shined in the long jump.  It was a great afternoon with many personal bests.  Way to go ladies!
  • Attention All Students and Staff:  Order your TEMS 2022 Yearbook NOW ONLINE!  Order your yearbook online by May 31st to receive yours in Homeroom with the first Distribution. After May 31st you will need to wait to purchase your book AFTER and wait in line, in person and pay by cash or check. Go to www.jostens.com to place your order now!
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Posted by dmatchett  On May 20, 2022 at 7:50 AM
  

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  • 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 News. Today is Thursday, May 19th.
  • Good morning, this is a friendly reminder that I run overdue library book reports every Tuesday and that if you have an overdue library book, you should receive an email to your school G-mail account.  Please make sure you are checking this email account regularly to be informed of whether or not you have any overdue library books or if you have a hold ready for pick up. Currently, there are a large number of students who have books that have been overdue for three or more weeks.  Please return those books to the TE LMC as soon as possible.  If you do not see me in the library, please drop your books in the big book drop located beneath the sign in table by the main entrance.  Please see me or email me if you have any questions. Thanks for your help with this! Mrs. Longo
  • Congratulations to the softball team for their win over East Hartford Middle School yesterday.  TE outscored East Hartford 14 to 3.  This gives TE an 8 and 0 record so far. Pitcher Meghan Doherty struck out 9 batters and also batted 3 for 3, with 2 singles and one homerun.  Shortstop Olivia Doran also batted 3 for 3 and had one single and TWO homeruns.  Left fielder Amanda Donovan contributed with 2 hits and catcher Brianna LeGare added 3 hits.  TE travels to Sage Park Middle school on Monday.  Good luck!  
  • Attention all band members, Mr. Marci's instrumental lessons are cancelled for today(5/19).  Please remain in your regular encore classes.
  • The TE baseball team had another road game yesterday and they once again came up victorious defeating East Hartford by a score of 5 to 4. Lucas Carlson struck out five and pitched a complete game for the Cougars. In the process, he earned his first victory of the season. On the defensive side, the Cougars had one of the best plays of the season. With one out in the 6th, an East Hartford batter hit a line drive into the gap, but speedy Evan Westfall cut the ball off in right centerfield. He threw to the cutoff man Elias Jacobs who then threw to Aiden Jackson at third for an easy tag on the runner!! Offensively, TE had a balanced hitting attack. Jackson and Brandon Gudouskas led the way with a single and RBI each. TE improves to 6 wins and 2 losses on the season. They have a home game today vs. Sage Park. Good luck Cougars!!    
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Posted by dmatchett  On May 19, 2022 at 7:43 AM
  

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  • 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 News. Today is Wednesday, May 18th and it’s elder appreciation day.
  • Good morning, this is a friendly reminder that I run overdue library book reports every Tuesday and that if you have an overdue library book, you should receive an email to your school G-mail account.  Please make sure you are checking this email account regularly to be informed of whether or not you have any overdue library books or if you have a hold ready for pick up. Currently, there are a large number of students who have books that have been overdue for three or more weeks.  Please return those books to the TE LMC as soon as possible.  If you do not see me in the library, please drop your books in the big book drop located beneath the sign in table by the main entrance.  Please see me or email me if you have any questions. Thanks for your help with this! Mrs. Longo
  • The Cartooning Club will take place today after school to make up Monday's canceled class.
  • Attention all band members, Mr. Marci's instrumental lessons are cancelled for today(5/18).  Please remain in your regular encore classes.
  • The TE baseball team got back to it's winning ways Tuesday afternoon in Windsor with a convincing 12 to 0 win over Sage Park.  Aiden Jackson pitched a complete game shutout for the Cougars.  He went the distance on the mound, giving up only four hits and striking out 5 in the contest.  Jackson was assisted by a solid defense behind him including web gem plays by Lucas Carlson at third base and a great game called behind the plate by Dalton Harrison.  Offensively, TE was led by Carlson with two doubles, a single and 4 RBI.  Evan Westfall also had 3 hits.  Elias Jacobs, Ryan Hubbard and Brandon Gudauskas chipped in with 2 hits each.  The Cougars improve to 5 and 2 on the season and travel to East Hartford today to take on the Falcons.  
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Posted by dmatchett  On May 18, 2022 at 7:42 AM
  

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  • 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 News. Today is Tuesday, May 17th. Don't forget, tomorrow is elder appreciation day, we cannot wait to see you all dressed as your favorite old people.
  • Attention all students who will be going to Six Flags this Friday.  If you have a season pass, you must bring it in to school tomorrow and give it to your music teacher. 
  • Have you ever wanted to fly a plane? Find out how and go for your own ride on Saturday, June 11 from 9 a.m. – 3 p.m. at Meriden Airport (Rain Date: 6/12). The Young Eagles Rally encourages students ages 8-17 to explore aviation and learn all about what goes into flying and maintaining an airplane. Take to the skies and see for yourself if flying is in your future!
  • Attention all band members, Mr. Marci's instrumental lessons are cancelled for today.  Please remain in your regular encore classes.
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Posted by dmatchett  On May 17, 2022 at 7:43 AM
  
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