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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 Morning News. Today is Tuesday, March 5.
  • Continuing the announcement regarding winners from Saturday's History Day Contest at UCONN, let's turn to the Performance Category. In the Individual Performance Category, Lily Flynn took 4th place honors, Emma O'Brien was awarded 3rd place honors and Asmi Kulkarni received the top prize for most outstanding solo performance. In the Group Performance Category, the team of Anvi Panat, Sai Reddy and Aadya Yadav came in 3rd place. Congrats to all these students who automatically advance to the state contest. Tomorrow, we will wrap up our final announcement with the last group of History Day medalists. 
  • You can earn purple ROAR tickets all month 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. Drawings will be announced Fridays all month long.
  • On Saturday, March 2nd, some members of CougarTHON went to UCONN to participate in their annual HuskyTHON dance marathon, and to present our total fundraising contributions.  We had an amazingly successful first year together and we couldn't have done it without all of you!  We want to thank you all for coming together to help us Build The Moment this year at TE to help put an end to childhood illness. We are so proud to announce that CougarTHON raised a total of $6,660 this year!!!!! Thank you again, and we can't wait to come back next year, have some fun, and help this amazing cause.  
  • It's time for a VERY SPECIAL ANNOUNCEMENT from Animal Lovers! We are now announcing the winner of the Animal Lovers Contest! DRUMROLL, PLEASE!!!!!!! BOOTZ THE DOG! Bootz, you will be rewarded with a cool certificate made by Kristina Kelly and a bunch of tennis balls! Thank you Ms. Bynoe for letting the Animal Lovers host this event! Credits to Aarna Jaggi for writing all the announcements, and to Advik Adapala for choosing our contestants! And thank you, COUGARS, for being a part of this! We're so glad we could host this! Thank you so much! Once again, congratulations to Bootz! Now let's continue with the announcements!
  • Attention Science Olympiad members with competition fast approaching, please plan to attend the following meeting times this week to prepare for our upcoming competition on March 16th. This week Wednesday and Thursday after school until 4pm and Saturday from 11:00 am to 2:00pm. We look forward to seeing you there Wednesday, Thursday, and Saturday this week.
  • Calling All Middle Schoolers! Spring Matinee registration started yesterday! Ready to unleash your creativity, explore new interests, and have some fun after school? Check out the Spring Matinee Brochure on the TEMS Homepage to discover a variety of exciting activities you can't miss! Registration closes on Friday at 11:59 PM! The registration link is posted on the TEMS Homepage. Registration must be done by a parent/guardian. One course per student.
  • Tickets for Entertainer's production of "Finding Nemo, Junior" are now on sale every morning in the lobby by the cafeteria and library. Don't miss out on this underwater adventure brought to life on stage! Tickets are $10 for both students and adults, but we have special pricing available: $5 for individuals aged 65 and older and children 5 and under. Be sure to show your support for our talented TEMS students who are involved in the production, whether they're shining on stage or working behind the scenes to make magic happen! If you're a fan of the beloved movie "Finding Nemo," you're in for a treat with the musical version featuring all your favorite characters! While tickets will be available at the door on the night of performances, we encourage you not to wait, as we anticipate a high demand and possible sell-outs! Mark your calendars for the show dates: Thursday, March 7th; Friday, March 8th; and Saturday, March 9th at 7 pm, with an additional matinee performance on Saturday the 9th at 1 pm. If you have any questions or need assistance, feel free to reach out to Mrs. Leveille or Ms. Carver.
  • Do you have an artifact, dance, song, food, or other product from your culture that you would like to share with our school community? Then your family should sign up to share a booth at international night. Families will have a table to set up their booth and share their culture in the cafeteria on April 4 starting at 5:30pm. If you have something you would like to share, please have a parent or guardian fill out the google form on TEMS website to RSVP for a booth! Interested in seeing the displays but not having a booth? You can also RSVP with the same Google form to come see the booths and performance at international night! Check out these cultural dances from around the world in today’s music video.
  • If you would like to recommend music for the TE Morning News, Click Here.
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Posted by dmatchett  On Mar 05, 2024 at 9:15 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 Morning News. Today is Monday, March 4.
  • Hello, Cougars! We are now announcing the animals advancing to the next round, which is the FINALS!!!! Aladdin might have his "magic lamp", but Panini beat him! Go, Panini! Do it for the dogs! And the sandwiches! Finn goes for the win!!! Hooray, oops, I did something wrong. BOOTZ kicked Finn down with his powerful boots! Man, I want a pair of boots too! Congratulations to our finalists, Bootz and Panini! Congrats to EVERY ANIMAL who advanced to the semi finals! That sure is far! Let's see which animal wins and takes the prize of the "Honorary Animal" certificate and a bunch of tennis balls! Vote in the finals NOW! The Honorary Animal of Animal Lovers Winter Matinee will be disclosed...tomorrow! Stay tuned!
  • Attention Science Olympiad members with competition fast approaching, please plan to attend the following meeting times this week to prepare for our upcoming competition on March 16th. This week Wednesday and Thursday after school until 4pm and Saturday from 11:00 am to 2:00pm. We look forward to seeing you there Wednesday, Thursday, and Saturday this week.
  • Calling All Middle Schoolers! Spring Matinee registration starts Monday, March 4th at 9 AM! Ready to unleash your creativity, explore new interests, and have some fun after school? Check out the Spring Matinee Brochure on the TEMS Homepage to discover a variety of exciting activities you can't miss! Registration begins today at 9:00 AM! The registration link will be posted on the TEMS Homepage. Registration must be done by a parent/guardian. One course per student.
  • It’s time to start casting your votes to determine the 2024 March Madness Book Brackets Winner! Check out and vote on the 8 book match-ups on the LMC page under the March Madness Book Bracket link. You don’t have to have read the books you are voting on; just vote for the title whose summary sounds the most interesting. The first round of voting will end on Friday, March 8Th at noon. Don’t get left out on the sidelines; make sure you have your say in this year’s March Madness book winner!
  • On Saturday, TE students joined students from dozens of the other Connecticut schools at the 2024 Mansfield Regional History Day Contest at UCONN. Today we will highlight medalists in the Junior Individual Website Category and the Junior Individual Paper Category. In the individual Website category, Kaelyn Bates took home a 4th place medal, Aarna Jaggi received a 2nd place medal and Aaron Aldrin took home the gold with his 1st Place medal. In the Research Paper category, Oliver Hennessey received the 4th place medal, Rachel Mathew won a 3rd place medal and THE Emma Hennessey topped all other entries walking away with the 1st place gold medal. Come back tomorrow when even more History Day winners are announced!
  • Congrats to our TEMS Cheerleaders on their first-place finish this weekend at the Middle School Mania competition!  The team scored so high that they beat many local high school teams in recent competitions, scoring 72 points out of 100!  This is the highest score that TEMS has had in many years!  The girls received outstanding ability scores in their stunts, pyramid, dance, technique, and tumbling, with a personal shoutout from a judge to 8th grade Zoe Bailey, the only cheerleader at the competition who threw a full.  They were above average with motions and jumps.  Way to represent TEMS.  Great job, ladies!
  • Out of the Blue will meet immediately after school today in room 222.  Please be sure to bring your Chromebook.  Ms. Olsen looks forward to seeing you there.
  • Tickets for Entertainer's production of "Finding Nemo, Junior" are now on sale every morning in the lobby by the cafeteria and library. Don't miss out on this underwater adventure brought to life on stage! Tickets are $10 for both students and adults, but we have special pricing available: $5 for individuals aged 65 and older and children 5 and under. Be sure to show your support for our talented TEMS students who are involved in the production, whether they're shining on stage or working behind the scenes to make magic happen! If you're a fan of the beloved movie "Finding Nemo," you're in for a treat with the musical version featuring all your favorite characters! While tickets will be available at the door on the night of performances, we encourage you not to wait, as we anticipate a high demand and possible sell-outs! Mark your calendars for the show dates: Thursday, March 7th; Friday, March 8th; and Saturday, March 9th at 7 pm, with an additional matinee performance on Saturday the 9th at 1 pm. If you have any questions or need assistance, feel free to reach out to Mrs. Leveille or Ms. Carver.
  • Are you interested in learning about different cultures? Do you like to try different foods from all around the world? If yes, then be sure to come to International Night, a cultural extravaganza! We will have a variety of activities, including performances from different cultures, various types of food from different cuisines, cultural crafts, activities to appreciate our different ethnicities, and LOTS of fun! Come join us on International Night on April 4th from 6-8pm! It’s going to be an awesome experience! Please have your parent or guardian fill out the Google form that is on the TE website to let us know you will be coming to this special event!
  • 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 04, 2024 at 8:23 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 Morning News. Today is Friday, March 1.
  • Good morning Cougars. We are excited to be launching ROAR Madness starting today March 1st. During ROAR Madness, teachers will be recognizing students who are showing Respect, Ownership, Acceptance and Resilience with purple tickets all month long. Students can then place them in the big raffle bucket during lunch waves with their names on them. Each Friday we draw names and will announce students who have been recognized. Students will also get to choose a prize from this menu. We look forward to ROARING through March together!
  • Attention Science Olympiad members. With the competition approaching we will have special meetings this Saturday from 11:00am to 2 pm with Ms. Bynoe and next Saturday 11:00 -2 with Ms. Bajorek. Please look at posts in our Google Classroom for more details.
  • Calling All Middle Schoolers! Spring Matinee registration starts Monday, March 4th at 9 AM! Ready to unleash your creativity, explore new interests, and have some fun after school? Check out the Spring Matinee Brochure on the TEMS Homepage to discover a variety of exciting activities you can't miss! Registration begins Monday morning at 9:00 AM! The registration link will be posted on the TEMS Homepage. Registration must be done by a parent/guardian. One course per student.
  • It’s time to start casting your votes to determine the 2024 March Madness Book Brackets Winner! Check out and vote on the 8 book match-ups on the LMC page under the March Madness Book Bracket link. You don’t have to have read the books you are voting on; just vote for the title whose summary sounds the most interesting. The first round of voting will end on Friday, March 8Th at noon. Don’t get left out on the sidelines; make sure you have your say in this year’s March Madness book winner!
  • Good luck to our Cougar Cheerleading team as they travel to Oxford High School this afternoon for their competition.  The team, led by captains Maddie Osorio, Jocelyn Veillieux, Carina Alicia, and Aubrey Pugrab, will go up against 9 other middle schools, and the captains, along with 7th grader Emily St. Arnauld, will compete in a stunt competition.  Good luck, ladies!
  • Hello, Cougars! We will now be announcing which animals are advancing to the SEMI-FINALS!!!Aladdin beat Sterling and advanced easily! Looks like his magic lamp really works! Panini used his sandwich power to beat Carina! I'll need to order some more celebratory paninis.....Bootz beat Tweed with his tough boots! All chinchillas are eliminated now! Goodbye, chinchilla crew! And finally, Finn beat Linus the Cat with his cuteness and beautiful tongue that's sticking out! Hooray, Finn, Aladdin, Panini, and Bootz! Congrats to you, and to the animals that lost, congratulations for at least beating one round. The finals will be announced on Monday! Stay tuned, and get your votes in quick for the semi-finals! Teachers, please check the TETV news email and post the form in your Homeroom Google Classroom. Link to Form
  • Out of the Blue will meet on Monday, March 4 immediately after school in room 222. Again, Out of the Blue will meet on Monday.
  • Tickets for Entertainer's production of "Finding Nemo, Junior" are now on sale every morning in the lobby by the cafeteria and library. Don't miss out on this underwater adventure brought to life on stage! Tickets are $10 for both students and adults, but we have special pricing available: $5 for individuals aged 65 and older and children 5 and under. Be sure to show your support for our talented TEMS students who are involved in the production, whether they're shining on stage or working behind the scenes to make magic happen! If you're a fan of the beloved movie "Finding Nemo," you're in for a treat with the musical version featuring all your favorite characters! While tickets will be available at the door on the night of performances, we encourage you not to wait, as we anticipate a high demand and possible sell-outs! Mark your calendars for the show dates: Thursday, March 7th; Friday, March 8th; and Saturday, March 9th at 7 pm, with an additional matinee performance on Saturday the 9th at 1 pm. If you have any questions or need assistance, feel free to reach out to Mrs. Leveille or Ms. Carver.
  • Are you interested in learning about different cultures? Do you like to try different foods from all around the world? If yes, then be sure to come to International Night, a cultural extravaganza! We will have a variety of activities, including performances from different cultures, various types of food from different cuisines, cultural crafts, activities to appreciate our different ethnicities, and LOTS of fun! Come join us on International Night on April 4th from 6-8pm! It’s going to be an awesome experience! Please have your parent or guardian fill out the Google form that is on the TE website to let us know you will be coming to this special event!
  • 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 01, 2024 at 7:45 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 Morning News. Today is Thursday, February 29.
  • Good morning Cougars. We are excited to be launching ROAR Madness starting tomorrow March 1st. During ROAR Madness, teachers will be recognizing students who are showing Respect, Ownership, Acceptance and Resilience with purple tickets all month long. Students can then place them in the big raffle bucket during lunch waves with their names on them. Each Friday we draw names and will announce students who have been recognized. Students will also get to choose a prize from this menu. We look forward to ROARING through March together!
  • It’s time to start casting your votes to determine the 2024 March Madness Book Brackets Winner! Check out and vote on the 8 book match-ups on the LMC page under the March Madness Book Bracket link. You don’t have to have read the books you are voting on; just vote for the title whose summary sounds the most interesting. The first round of voting will end on Friday, March 8Th at noon. Don’t get left out on the sidelines; make sure you have your say in this year’s March Madness book winner!
  • Hello, Cougars! Animal Lovers is announcing the animals advancing to the next round. Sorry for the delay but we wanted to give people an extra day to vote because of the short notice. Sterling beat Marigold in a Chinchilla vs Chinchilla duel! What a STARLING! Aladdin and Poppi battled to the death, but clearly cats rule, because Aladdin won with his magic carpet! Sandwiches are better than cereal, because Panini won! Time to go munch on some paninis in celebration of our favorite dog! Carina got the win with all her cuteness, even though Kieko is very cute as well! Tweed took the win for the Chinchilla Crew! However, we give respect to poor Milton who is unfortunately blind. You put up a good fight, and we wish you the best in your future! Bootz might be a weird name, but it's a strong one too, since he beat Missy with his tough "boots"! Linus might be "flax" in Greek, but isn't flax healthy for you? That's right; LINUS healthily beat Roman! This match was very close, with a tie, but Ms. Bynoe, our very own Animal Lovers Club teacher, was the tiebreaker for Sam vs. Finn! And Finn took the win for the great dogs out there! Congrats to all the animals advancing! And to all the animals who lost, you still did great. To all TEMS students, be sure to get your votes in for Round 2, quick! Google forms should be in your Homeroom Google Classroom. Thanks, and stay tuned for tomorrow to see which animals are advancing to the SEMIFINALS! Link to Form
  • Out of the Blue needs you!  Are you a writer or an artist?  Do you write poems or short stories?  Do you draw, make comic strips, or take photos?  Out of the Blue wants your amazing work.  Imagine being featured in a nationally award winning magazine.  All students and staff are invited. Share your work with Ms. Olsen via Google Docs.
  • Tickets for Entertainer's production of "Finding Nemo, Junior" are now on sale every morning in the lobby by the cafeteria and library. Don't miss out on this underwater adventure brought to life on stage! Tickets are $10 for both students and adults, but we have special pricing available: $5 for individuals aged 65 and older and children 5 and under. Be sure to show your support for our talented TEMS students who are involved in the production, whether they're shining on stage or working behind the scenes to make magic happen! If you're a fan of the beloved movie "Finding Nemo," you're in for a treat with the musical version featuring all your favorite characters! While tickets will be available at the door on the night of performances, we encourage you not to wait, as we anticipate a high demand and possible sell-outs! Mark your calendars for the show dates: Thursday, March 7th; Friday, March 8th; and Saturday, March 9th at 7 pm, with an additional matinee performance on Saturday the 9th at 1 pm. If you have any questions or need assistance, feel free to reach out to Mrs. Leveille or Ms. Carver.
  • Attention Soccer Players! If you are interested in playing Futsal after school in March, go to TE's homepage and sign up for the Intramural Futsal Club. Sign-ups will begin on Monday.  It will close on Friday, March 8th. The dates are: Wednesday, March 13th, Thursday, March 14th, Wednesday, March 20th, and Thursday, March 21st. See Mr. Lepak for more information.
  • Are you interested in learning about different cultures? Do  you like to try different foods from all around the world? If yes, then be sure to come to International Night, a cultural extravaganza! We will have a variety of activities, including performances from different cultures, various types of food from different cuisines, cultural crafts, activities to appreciate our different ethnicities, and LOTS of fun! Come join us on International Night on April 4th from 6-8pm! It’s going to be an awesome experience! Please have your parent or guardian fill out the Google form that is on the TE website to let us know you will be coming to this special event!
  • 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 Feb 29, 2024 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 Morning News. Today is Wednesday, February 28.
  • Hello everyone! Animal Lovers has another special announcement! We are hosting an Our Companions Animal Tournament! Each day, there will be a google form that you have to vote on that your teachers will post! There will be two animals competing against each other (there are 8 pairs of animals in total for Round 1). YOU GUYS will be deciding which animal is cuter or better! Whatever animal wins will move on to the next round, which will be shown tomorrow! Link to Form
  • All staff and students are invited to participate in singing “Lift Every Voice and Sing” tomorrow, Feb 29th during arrival. All interested participants should meet at entrance A during arrival on Thursday to participate. All are welcome. Thank you.
  • Just a reminder, If you want to receive a free activity day, make sure to raise a minimum of $20 dollars from your entire team and start decorating - The deadline to register is the 29th! Also, TE Change Leaders- please report to Ms. Bynoe’s room at 10:15 for the News Channel 8 Filming. 
  • Out of the Blue needs you!  Are you a writer or an artist?  Do you write poems or short stories?  Do you draw, make comic strips, or take photos?  Out of the Blue wants your amazing work.  Imagine being featured in a nationally award winning magazine.  All students and staff are invited. Share your work with Ms. Olsen via Google Docs.
  • Tickets for Entertainer's production of "Finding Nemo, Junior" are now on sale every morning in the lobby by the cafeteria and library. Don't miss out on this underwater adventure brought to life on stage! Tickets are $10 for both students and adults, but we have special pricing available: $5 for individuals aged 65 and older and children 5 and under. Be sure to show your support for our talented TEMS students who are involved in the production, whether they're shining on stage or working behind the scenes to make magic happen! If you're a fan of the beloved movie "Finding Nemo," you're in for a treat with the musical version featuring all your favorite characters! While tickets will be available at the door on the night of performances, we encourage you not to wait, as we anticipate a high demand and possible sell-outs! Mark your calendars for the show dates: Thursday, March 7th; Friday, March 8th; and Saturday, March 9th at 7 pm, with an additional matinee performance on Saturday the 9th at 1 pm. If you have any questions or need assistance, feel free to reach out to Mrs. Leveille or Ms. Carver.
  • Attention Soccer Players! If you are interested in playing Futsal after school in March, go to TE's homepage and sign up for the Intramural Futsal Club. Sign-ups will begin on Monday.  It will close on Friday, March 8th. The dates are: Wednesday, March 13th, Thursday, March 14th, Wednesday, March 20th, and Thursday, March 21st. See Mr. Lepak for more information.
  • Are you interested in learning about different cultures? Do  you like to try different foods from all around the world? If yes, then be sure to come to International Night, a cultural extravaganza! We will have a variety of activities, including performances from different cultures, various types of food from different cuisines, cultural crafts, activities to appreciate our different ethnicities, and LOTS of fun! Come join us on International Night on April 4th from 6-8pm! It’s going to be an awesome experience! Please have your parent or guardian fill out the Google form that is on the TE website to let us know you will be coming to this special event!
  • 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 Feb 28, 2024 at 8:00 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 Morning News. Today is Tuesday, February 27.
  • Congratulations to all students who participated in the New England Math League contest last week!  TEMS had some pretty amazing scores.  Here are the top 3 winners from each grade level:

In Grade 8 - Girish Prasad, Ishan Agarwal, and Gian Handa
In Grade 7 - Siddharth Ranjan, Aarohan Parida and Arnav Malpure 
Grade 6 - Adrian Mukherjee, Neel Pandit and Aarna Jaggi                 

Congratulations to all of these talented students.  

  • Hello everyone! Animal Lovers has another special announcement! We are hosting an Our Companions Animal Tournament! Each day, there will be a Google Form that you have to vote on that your teachers will post! There will be two animals competing against each other (there are 8 pairs of animals in total for Round 1). YOU will be deciding which animal is cuter or better! Whatever animal wins will move on to the next round, which will be shown tomorrow! Link to Form
  • All staff and students are invited to participate in singing “Lift Every Voice and Sing” on Thursday Feb 29th during arrival. All interested participants should meet at entrance A during arrival on Thursday to participate. All are welcome. Thank you.
  • Out of the Blue needs you!  Are you a writer or an artist?  Do you write poems or short stories?  Do you draw, make comic strips, or take photos?  Out of the Blue wants your amazing work.  Imagine being featured in a nationally award winning magazine.  All students and staff are invited. Share your work with Ms. Olsen via Google Docs.
  • Tickets for Entertainer's production of "Finding Nemo, Junior" are now on sale every morning in the lobby by the cafeteria and library. Don't miss out on this underwater adventure brought to life on stage! Tickets are $10 for both students and adults, but we have special pricing available: $5 for individuals aged 65 and older and children 5 and under. Be sure to show your support for our talented TEMS students who are involved in the production, whether they're shining on stage or working behind the scenes to make magic happen! If you're a fan of the beloved movie "Finding Nemo," you're in for a treat with the musical version featuring all your favorite characters! While tickets will be available at the door on the night of performances, we encourage you not to wait, as we anticipate a high demand and possible sell-outs! Mark your calendars for the show dates: Thursday, March 7th; Friday, March 8th; and Saturday, March 9th at 7 pm, with an additional matinee performance on Saturday the 9th at 1 pm. If you have any questions or need assistance, feel free to reach out to Mrs. Leveille or Ms. Carver.
  • Attention Soccer Players! If you are interested in playing Futsal after school in March, go to TE's homepage and sign up for the Intramural Futsal Club. Sign-ups will begin on Monday.  It will close on Friday, March 8th. The dates are: Wednesday, March 13th, Thursday, March 14th, Wednesday, March 20th, and Thursday, March 21st See Mr. Lepak for more information.
  • Are you interested in learning about different cultures? Do  you like to try different foods from all around the world? If yes, then be sure to come to International Night, a cultural extravaganza! We will have a variety of activities, including performances from different cultures, various types of food from different cuisines, cultural crafts, activities to appreciate our different ethnicities, and LOTS of fun! Come join us on International Night on April 4th from 6-8pm! It’s going to be an awesome experience! Please have your parent or guardian fill out the google form that is on the TE website to let us know you will be coming to this special event!
  • Attention spring sport athletes...registration for spring sports is now open.  It will close on Monday, April 1st.  You will need to register on the parent portal and complete the physician statement.  Spring sports include baseball, softball and track and field.
  • 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 Feb 27, 2024 at 7:49 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 Morning News. Today is Monday, February 26.
  • Out of the Blue will meet after school today in room 222.  Please be sure to bring your submission and your Chromebook with you. Again Out of the Blue will meet today.
  • Attention Soccer Players! If you are interested in playing Futsal after school in March, go to TE's homepage and sign up for the Intramural Futsal Club. Sign-ups will begin on Monday.  It will close on Friday, March 8th. The dates are: Wednesday, March 13th, Thursday, March 14th, Wednesday, March 20th, and Thursday, March 21st See Mr. Lepak for more information.
  • Are you interested in learning about different cultures? Do you like to try different foods from all around the world? If yes, then be sure to come to International Night, a cultural extravaganza! We will have a variety of activities, including performances from different cultures, various types of food from different cuisines, cultural crafts, activities to appreciate our different ethnicities, and LOTS of fun! Come join us on International Night on April 4th from 6-8pm! It’s going to be an awesome experience! Please have your parent or guardian fill out the Google Form that is on the TE website to let us know you will be coming to this special event!
  • Attention spring sport athletes...registration for spring sports is now open.  It will close on Monday, April 1st.  You will need to register on the parent portal and complete the physician statement.  Spring sports include baseball, softball and track and field.
  • 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 Feb 26, 2024 at 8:31 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 Morning News. Today is Friday, February 23.
  • Great job to our Cougar cheerleaders yesterday as they hosted the 3rd annual CRAL Middle School Cheer Showcase.  The TE team, led by captains Carina Alecia, Aubrey Pugrab, Maddie Osorio, and Jocelyn Veilleux, received the Best Stunt award in the routine division and Tighest Motions in the sideline cheer division. Shout-out to our principal, Candice Irwin, for joining the jump competition.  Along with all the girls that performed in the Top Gun Jumping and Tumbling divisions: Ella Allore, Emma Zirolli, Zoe Bailey, Passion Baker, Maeve Cayward, Amaya Darling, Destiny Gooden, Molly Lane, Maddie Osorio, Aubrey Pugrab, Tatum Rhodes, Bella Robinson, Emily St. Arnauld, and Jocelyn Veilleux.
  • Attention Soccer Players! If you are interested in playing Futsal after school in March, go to TE's homepage and sign up for the Intramural Futsal Club. Sign-ups will begin on Monday.  It will close on Friday, March 8th. The dates are: Wednesday, March 13th, Thursday, March 14th, Wednesday, March 20th, and Thursday, March 21st See Mr. Lepak for more information.
  • Attention all 6th, 7th, and 8th graders! Get ready for an amazing evening at the Better Together Dance happening TONIGHT! We're thrilled to announce that 6th graders are now invited to join 7th and 8th graders for an evening of fun! The dance is happening tonight, Friday, February 23rd, from 6-8 pm! Join us for a night of dancing, snacks, contests, and prizes. Tickets are being sold for $10 before homeroom in the main lobby by the cafeteria and library. Your ticket purchase not only guarantees your spot at the dance but also supports the Entertainers and their upcoming production of Finding Nemo, Jr.. To secure your spot, make sure to fill out the required form, accessible by scanning the QR code on each Better Together dance flier or you can find the link on the TEMS Homepage. We can't wait to see you all for a night of fun and excitement! Let's make this Friday a night to remember!
  • Out of the Blue will meet after school on Monday, February 26 in room 222.  Ms. Olsen looks forward to seeing you there.
  • The School Store has some big changes to announce! We are will now be open during lunch on Thursdays! We also have new items! We now have earbuds! Come get these and many other exciting and amazing items every Thursday at the Cougar Den!!! Hope to see you there!!!
  • Are you interested in learning about different cultures? Do  you like to try different foods from all around the world? If yes, then be sure to come to International Night, a cultural extravaganza! We will have a variety of activities, including performances from different cultures, various types of food from different cuisines, cultural crafts, activities to appreciate our different ethnicities, and LOTS of fun! Come join us on International Night on April 4th from 6-8pm! It’s going to be an awesome experience! Please have your parent or guardian fill out the Google Form that is on the TE website to let us know you will be coming to this special event!
  • Attention spring sport athletes...registration for spring sports is now open.  It will close on Monday, April 1st.  You will need to register on the parent portal and complete the physician statement.  Spring sports include baseball, softball and track and field.
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Posted by dmatchett  On Feb 23, 2024 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 Morning News. Today is Thursday, February 22.
  • Attention all 6th, 7th, and 8th graders! Get ready for an amazing evening at the Better Together Dance tomorrow night! We're thrilled to announce that 6th graders are now invited to join 7th and 8th graders for an evening of fun! The dance is tomorrow, Friday, February 23rd, from 6-8 pm! Join us for a night of dancing, snacks, contests, and prizes. Tickets are being sold for $10 before homeroom in the main lobby by the cafeteria and library. Your ticket purchase not only guarantees your spot at the dance but also supports the Entertainers and their upcoming production of Finding Nemo, Jr. To secure your spot, make sure to fill out the required form, accessible by scanning the QR code on each Better Together dance flier. You can also find the link on the TEMS Homepage. We can't wait to see you all for a night of fun and excitement! Let's make this Friday a night to remember!
  • Attention all TEMS band members; all of Mr. Marci's instrumental lessons are cancelled for today.  Please remain in your regular encore classes. Attention all band students; you will need to bring both your Chromebook and instruments to class today.
  • SAGA is hosting its February meeting today right after school in room 145 downstairs. Maybe you've been curious about SAGA but haven't yet checked things out. Today is another great opportunity to see what we're all about. Bring a friend and come say 'hey'! If you have any questions or concerns, don't hesitate to reach out to Ms. Carver or Mrs. Reed. Can't wait to see you later today!
  • Attention science Olympiad members: Science Olympiad will meet after school today.  Please plan to attend. Please bring the signed medical and photo release forms. 
  • Out of the Blue will meet after school on Monday February 26 in room 222.  Ms. Olsen looks forward to seeing you there.
  • Jump Start will be held this afternoon. Please come down to the cafeteria right after school and remember to bring all of your supplies.
  • The School Store has some big changes to announce! We are will now be open during lunch on Thursdays! We also have new items! We now have earbuds! Come get these and many other exciting, and amazing, items every Thursday at the Cougar Den!!! Hope to see you there!!!
  • Are you interested in learning about different cultures? Do you like to try different foods from all around the world? If yes, then be sure to come to International Night, a cultural extravaganza! We will have a variety of activities, including performances from different cultures, various types of food from different cuisines, cultural crafts, activities to appreciate our different ethnicities, and LOTS of fun! Come join us on International Night on April 4th from 6-8pm! It’s going to be an awesome experience! Please have your parent or guardian fill out the Google Form that is on the TE website to let us know you will be coming to this special event!
  • Attention baseball players...there will be a mandatory baseball meeting on Thursday, February 22nd for those athletes interested in trying out for the TE baseball team.  The meeting will be held in Room 135 immediately after school and conclude at 3:30pm.  If you need to take the late bus home you can stay after school until 4pm.  
  • Attention spring sport athletes...registration for spring sports is now open.  It will close on Monday, April 1st.  You will need to register on the parent portal and complete the physician statement.  Spring sports include baseball, softball and track and field.
  • 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 Feb 22, 2024 at 7:55 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, February 21.
  • SAGA will be hosting its February meeting tomorrow, Thursday, February 22nd, right after school in room 145 downstairs. Maybe you've been curious about SAGA but haven't yet checked things out. Thursday is another great opportunity to see what we're all about! If you have any questions or concerns, don't hesitate to reach out to Ms. Carver or Mrs. Reed. See you tomorrow!
  • Attention science Olympiad members: Science Olympiad will meet after school today (2/21) and tomorrow (2/22). Please plan to attend at least one of these meetings this week. Please bring the signed medical and photo release forms. 
  • Out of the Blue will meet after school on Monday February 26 in room 222.  Ms. Olsen looks forward to seeing you there."
  • Jump Start will be held this afternoon. Please come down to the cafeteria right after school and remember to bring all of your supplies.
  • The School Store has some big changes to announce! We are will now be open during lunch on Thursdays! We also have new items! We now have earbuds! Come get these and many other exciting and amazing items every Thursday at the Cougar Den!!! Hope to see you there!!!
  • Are you interested in learning about different cultures? Do  you like to try different foods from all around the world? If yes, then be sure to come to International Night, a cultural extravaganza! We will have a variety of activities, including performances from different cultures, various types of food from different cuisines, cultural crafts, activities to appreciate our different ethnicities, and LOTS of fun! Come join us on International Night on April 4th from 6-8pm! It’s going to be an awesome experience! Please have your parent or guardian fill out the Google Form that is on the TE website to let us know you will be coming to this special event!
  • All 7th and 8th graders are invited to the Better Together Dance this Friday, February 23rd from 6-8 pm. It’s a great opportunity to meet up with your friends and just have fun! Dancing, snacks, contests and prizes will be what you're missing if you don't get your ticket to this Friday's dance! If you're interested, tickets will be sold for $10 every day this week upstairs in upper common area B, across from Alt 6, before homeroom. The money raised from this dance will support the Entertainers and their upcoming production of Finding Nemo, Jr. Be sure to fill out the form required to attend, which can be accessed by scanning the QR code found on each Better Together dance flier. Can’t wait to see you on this wonderful night!
  • Attention baseball players...there will be a mandatory baseball meeting on Thursday, February 22nd for those athletes interested in trying out for the TE baseball team.  The meeting will be held in Room 135 immediately after school and conclude at 3:30pm.  If you need to take the late bus home you can stay after school until 4pm.  
  • Attention spring sport athletes...registration for spring sports is now open.  It will close on Monday, April 1st.  You will need to register on the parent portal and complete the physician statement.  Spring sports include baseball, softball and track and field.
  • 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 Feb 21, 2024 at 7:43 AM
  
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