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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, November 6.
  • The girl's cross country team placed 3rd  in large division schools this Saturday at the Middle School State Championship. They all ran a tough, muddy 2.3 miles. Jana Brownbill came in 18th with a time of 15:31 followed by Ali Kupec with a time of 15:52, Aktihmi Koththigoda 15:58, Greta Johnson 16:17, Charlotte Zhang 16:35, Nora Cayward 17:06, and Mia Delany 17:52. This girl's finished out the season with an impressive 5-1 record.
  • The boys' cross country team competed in the State meet this past Saturday. The conditions were not ideal, but the boys pushed through. In the A Race, Jeffery Zeng and Graeme Taylor both finished the race in under 15:00 minutes. Aiden Pilatti finished in 15 minutes and 8 seconds, within the first 100 runners. Veer Rupani and Evan Taylor were the final two racers to score points for TE in the A Race -- finishing around the 16-minute mark. In the B Race, Durvaank Patel was one of the top fifty finishers, and Peyton Goudreault and Advik Roshan also had very strong races, as well.  Congrats to all the runners on a great season.  
  • On Saturday, the Timothy Edwards Debate Team was shattering records!! First, TE set the record for sending the most number of debaters from one school to the Connecticut Middle School Debate League's November 4th Scrimmage and Tournament, shattering the previous record held by Middlebrook Middle School. Great job TEMS debaters! Next, TE set a record by sending the most number of judges to one debate event. Special thanks to the huge number of South Windsor High School students who joined a few TEMS parents as volunteer judges. Last - and perhaps best, the team of Henry Venne, Keshav Prem and Peter Venne placed 2nd in the OPEN Tournament. This is the best finish of any TEMS team in the history of TEMS Debating. By securing second place, the team qualified for the Championship Invitational in April 2024! Congrats gentlemen! In terms of individual speakers, TEMS set yet another record by placing a record 5 speakers in the Top 20 speakers in the OPEN Division. Top ranked TE debater was Henry Venne in 6th place, followed by Peter Venne in 7th place, Aarav Pruthi in 12th, Suhani Kapil in 14th and Keshav Prem in 15th place! Fantastic day for all debaters from TE!!  Next tournament is Saturday December 16th... so, let's go TE... more records are waiting to be broken. 
  • Start collecting your loose change, Cougars! From Monday November 13th to Friday November 17th CougarTHON is hosting Penny Wars! Each homeroom will compete to see who can raise the most money, all of which will be donated to Connecticut Children’s — our local children’s hospital. The team that collects the most money will win a movie day! Get ready, because the competition is on! Also, on Friday, November 17th, CougarTHON invites you to the Neon Dance! The dance will take place in the Cafe, where snacks, drinks, face painting, and glow sticks will be available for purchase. Tickets will be sold Monday, November 13th through Friday, November 17th, in the main lobby before school, for $10. You can reserve your ticket using the QR code on the TEMS website. So be sure to bust out your brightest colors and get ready for a night of fun! Any questions, please contact Mrs. Klosowski in room 232. Lastly, this Wednesday, November 8th, is HuskyTHON’s Unite As One day, where the HuskyTHON  community will come together in the fight to end childhood illness. To celebrate Unite As One day, CougarTHON — TE’s branch of HuskyTHON — will be selling paper flames for $1 to represent the spark ignited by us to fight childhood illness. Flames will be sold in the main lobby tomorrow and Wednesday and will be hung up in the cafeteria for the Neon Dance on November 17th to reflect our support of Connecticut Children’s.
  • Have you ever considered taking center stage in our school's musical or making the magic happen behind the scenes? Maybe you're an Entertainers veteran eager to know what's in store for the next big production, or you've got a hunch about this year's show. Well, today's your day to find out! Join us in the auditorium immediately following dismissal for our 2023 Entertainers Information Meeting. We're not asking for a commitment; this is simply a gathering to answer all your questions about being part of Entertainers and how you can share your talents, whether it's on stage or behind the scenes. What's on the agenda? We'll discuss the opportunities available, the process of signing up, the specifics on auditions, and, of course, the big reveal of the 2023-2024 TEMS musical. Just a quick reminder, make sure you arrange a ride home or plan to catch the late bus when the meeting concludes at 4:00. For those who can't make it today, no worries! Just drop an email to Ms. Carver or Mrs. Leveille, and they'll make sure you receive all the important info you missed at the meeting. Get ready for an exciting journey into the world of Entertainers. We can't wait to see you there and share the thrill of the upcoming musical with all of you!
  • Attention winter sport athletes...registration for cheerleading and boys and girls Basketball is open!  Your parents must register you on the parent portal and an updated physician statement dated after June 1st, 2023 is required.  Please check the athletics website for more information.  The deadline to register is November 27th.  
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Posted by dmatchett  On Nov 06, 2023 at 7:51 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, November 3.
  • Last night the TEMS girls soccer team faced JFK Middle School for the CRAL Championship. The last time TEMS played JFK the game ended in a 2-2 tie. The Lady Cougars knew it was going to be a tough match and they needed to come out strong and that is just what they did. In the first half the ball was buzzing around the field. JFK just could not keep up. It was goal, after goal, after goal. We were on FIRE! The Lady Cougars ended up placing 4 balls in the back of the net in the first half. The half ended 4-0 us. There was a big pep talk from Captain Allison Marques at the half. JFK came out strong in the second half. They were able to score 2 goals to make the game 4-2. The Cougars held a strong defensive and thanks to goal keeper Victoria Maachi the Cougars were able to walk away with the win. The TEMS girls soccer team wins the 2023 championship. Their final record was 13-0-1. The team would also like to congratulate the boys team on their win last night against Ellington. Coach B and Coach Sayed give a special shout out to all 8th grades; Shea, Allison, Gianna, Gamble, Liston, Doreen, Evelyn, Julia Thorne, Marin and managers Quyen and Mia. Thanks for an awesome season ladies. Let's do it again next year! 
  • Last night the TEMS Boys Soccer team hosted the Ellington Wildcats in the CRAL Championship game.  Both teams were poised to take home the hardware but only one team could as one team had to be crowned champion.  The early stages of the match were controlled very efficiently by the Cougars, as they passed the ball around confidently.  One chance was saved by their keeper, another missed just wide.  The Wildcats weathered the storm and had a few chances of their own, though Aniron Pal sucked everything up like a vacuum.  The score at halftime was 0-0, though it felt like TE had the better of the play.  The second half was much of the same.  TE was attacking relentlessly.  Garren Kerashsky narrowly missed, and Dillon Leacu had his effort tipped onto the bar and it landed just in front of the line.  Fortunately, for Ellington, no one attacked the loose ball and the chance fizzled away.  Dalton Crane, Logan Jackson and Dave Nise, were solid defensively all game.  6th graders Jaxson Blanchfield and Sammy Forko filled in nicely on the right side as well.  As the final whistle blew, the score was still tied 0-0.  Both games against Ellington were draws during the regular season , however, in the tournament there must be a winner so the match went into overtime.  Zayd Sebro pressed, Mo Rahman battled, and Haris worked tirelessly throughout the game.  With the first 5- minute overtime in the books, the Cougars had 5 minutes left in their season.  A corner was earned with about one minute left on the clock.  Aaron Cherian sprinted to the ball to serve it into the box.  As the ball floated in the mixer, the rowdy crowd went uncharacteristically silent.  The ball was lofted over the keeper and found Crane's head.  His header was pure and it found the back of the net.  What was a silent crowd for a couple seconds, it immediately erupted as the Cougars took the 1-0 lead.  Once the final whistle blew, Coach Chandler was extremely relieved.  "The best two teams were in the final.  It was a great game and it just went our way today," he stated.  Dalton Crane added, "I'm super happy with how the team played today.  I think the returning players have a good chance to repeat next season."  Congratulations on a great season boys, an undefeated one at that.  The Cougars finished the year, with a 12-0-2 record.  Congratulations to all of you.  
  • Attention students who auditioned for TETV News. Letter with your results will be available Monday morning in the LMC. Please stop by in the morning and pick up your letters. New anchor positions will begin on Monday for the start of Quarter 2.
  • Hey everyone! The Ruby Team is inviting you to share your stories, memories, and photos of TEMS student Naomi Chung, who passed away last week. Sharing your memories can provide comfort and help celebrate her life, and it's a way to keep her spirit alive and provide solace to those who are missing her dearly. Let's join together to honor Naomi and support those who are feeling her loss. Your Team teachers have a link to a Google Form you can use to share your stories and photos. Thank you in advance for sharing!
  • Attention Science Olympiad members there is no meeting this week but there will be a meeting next week on Thursday, November 9th. Please go to the Google Classroom and fill out the Google Form to request partners and events by Monday, November 6th of next week. Please bring any permission slips to the November 9th meeting as well.
  • TEMS Entertainers will be having its General Interest, informational meeting on Monday, November 6th. The meeting will take place in the auditorium immediately after dismissal. Whether you want to be on stage or work behind the scenes, or you have any questions about Entertainers, join us on Monday to learn all about the show this year! If you can't make the meeting but are interested in joining Entertainers, contact Ms. Carver or Mrs. Leveille and they will send you the information you missed at the meeting on Monday.
  • Attention winter sport athletes...registration for cheerleading and boys and girls Basketball is open!  Your parents must register you on the parent portal and an updated physician statement dated after June 1st, 2023 is required.  Please check the athletics website for more information.  The deadline to register is November 27th.  
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Posted by dmatchett  On Nov 03, 2023 at 8:36 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 Morning News. Today is Thursday, November 2.
  • Looks like we went back in tome today… oh wait, its just decades day. Don't forget to take a picture of your team today. The grade with the most participation is going to win a cross team lunch. Tomorrow we conclude our first spirit week with national jersey day! So dress as your favorite sports team or wear your favorite jersey! Cant wait to see your jerseys.
  • Hey everyone! The Ruby Team is inviting you to share your stories, memories, and photos of TEMS student Naomi Chung, who passed away last week. Sharing your memories can provide comfort and help celebrate her life, and it's a way to keep her spirit alive and provide solace to those who are missing her dearly. Let's join together to honor Naomi and support those who are feeling her loss. Your Team teachers have a link to a Google Form you can use to share your stories and photos. Thank you in advance for sharing!
  • Attention science Olympiad members there is no meeting this week but there will be a meeting next week on Thursday, November 9th. Please go to the Google Classroom and fill out the Google form to request partners and events by Monday, November 6th of next week. Please bring any permission slips to the November 9th meeting as well.
  • If you're at all interested in joining Entertainers, the TEMS theater club, make sure you make it to the general interest, informational meeting next Monday, November 6th. We will make the long-awaited announcement of what musical we’re doing this year. You’ll also get the lowdown on how you can become a part of Entertainers, whether it's on stage as a dazzling actor or behind the scenes as a crucial member of the theater crews. You'll also learn how to sign up for Entertainers, audition details, and you'll get the chance to ask all the burning questions you have about the club. After the meeting, you'll be sent home with essential information to share with your family. We want everyone to be in the loop! If for some reason you can't make it to the meeting, don't fret! You can still be a part of the excitement. Just contact Ms. Carver or Mrs. Leveille, and they'll make sure you receive all the information you need. So mark your calendars for November 6th, and get ready to discover your inner entertainer. We can't wait to see you there!
  • Attention winter sport athletes...registration for cheerleading and boys and girls Basketball is open!  Your parents must register you on the parent portal and an updated physician statement dated after June 1st, 2023 is required.  Please check the athletics website for more information.  The deadline to register is November 27th.  
  • Roses are red...violets are blue...the UConn Writing Project...Is waiting for you. Come write poems like this. It's a chance you should not miss. Make sure you sign up this week. So your writing will reach its peak! Meetings start in November. It will be a time ... you'll always remember. 
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Posted by dmatchett  On Nov 02, 2023 at 7:48 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, November 1.
  • Spirit week is off and rolling, and so are many of your school supplies. We are so excited that so many of you have been participating. Don’t forget for tomorrow Dress as a Decade with your grade level, 8th grade will dress as early 2000’s, 7th the 80’s, and 6th grade 90’s! Student council will be having a spirit day competition on tomorrow for Decades Day! So dress to impress! The grade with the most spirit participants will win a cross team lunch! And on Friday, it’s national jersey day! So dress as your favorite sports team or wear your favorite jersey!
  • Attention Science Olympiad members there is no meeting this week but there will be a meeting next week on Thursday November 9th. Please go to the Google Classroom and fill out the Google form to request partners and events by Monday, November 6th of next week. Please bring any permission slips to the November 9th meeting as well.
  • The TEMS Boys soccer team played host to the Illing Rams last night in the semi-final round of the CRAL playoffs.  TE went into the game as the number one seed and boy, did they prove it.  The Cougars came out firing on all cylinders.  Smooth passing and crisp movement all over the pitch gave the Cougars the overall advantage in the match. Aaron Cherian opened the scoring early in the first half, finishing a pass from Mo Rahman into the bottom left hand corner of the net.  The Cougars' press continued and it paid off more quickly than the Rams wanted.  Dalton Crane, finished a nice cross from Haris Ahinipotoku, with his head making it 2-0.  Shortly thereafter, Garren Kerachsky found himself free on the the left side.  His perfectly timed cross found Zayd Sebro in the middle of the box.  His finish was extremely cheeky as he looked like Lionel Messi finishing a goal.  The scoring didn't stop there, Carson Henriques slotted in Doug Quiuqui effortlessly and he finished his chance making it four!  The Rams provided little in terms of attach for the rest of the match.  But the Cougars were determined to prove their worth.  Kerachsky found himself free in the box for the fifth goal of the game, while Rahman turned receiver and put the game to bed, finishing off a pass from Adam Elsendyouney.  "I was a little concerned about this match after watching the boys warm up", Coach Chandler said.  "However, they proved me wrong quickly with a plethora of goals, some of which were top class", he added.  The Cougars play against Ellington today for the CRAL Championship.  Good luck boys!
  • The TE girls soccer team makes it to the CRAL final. The lady Cougars will play on Thursday at 3:45 at Nevers. Last night was a tough match for the Cougars. The game started off with a quick foul. This led to Allison Marques taking a direct kick right outside the 18 which led to the first goal for the lady Cougars. The lady Cougars were fired up! Kinsley Wood took a PK for the Cougars in the first half to make the score 2-0. The half ended 3-0 Cougars. Early in the second half, Sienna DiSalvatore passed a beautiful through ball to Emily Gamble who fired one in the back of the net! The game didn't stop there. Suffield game back with two goals. The final score was 5-2! Good luck in the final ladies! 
  • TEMS Entertainers will be having its General Interest, informational meeting next Monday, November 6th. The meeting will take place in the auditorium immediately after dismissal. Whether you want to be on stage or work behind the scenes, or you have any questions about Entertainers, join us on Monday to learn all about the show this year! If you can't make the meeting but are interested in joining Entertainers, contact Ms. Carver or Mrs. Leveille and they will send you the information you need.
  • Attention all TEMS Jazz Ensemble members; please pay attention to this important rehearsal schedule change.  Our next rehearsal will be tomorrow (Thursday) before school.  Please make a note of the change and see you tomorrow for rehearsal at 7 AM.
  • Attention winter sport athletes...registration for cheerleading and boys and girls Basketball is open!  Your parents must register you on the parent portal and an updated physician statement dated after June 1st, 2023 is required.  Please check the athletics website for more information.  The deadline to register is November 27th.  
  • Are you interested in participating in the morning announcements… Well the auditions for Quarter two are tomorrow after school in room 375. Students will read through a daily news script off of the teleprompter to audition. Auditions are first come first serve. We look forward to seeing you tomorrow afternoon.
  • Roses are red ...violets are blue ...the UConn Writing Project ...Is waiting for you. Come write poems like this. It's a chance you should not miss. Make sure you sign up this week. So your writing will reach its peak! Meetings start in November. It will be a time ... you'll always remember. 
  • Connect with TE thru Social Media! Follow us on FacebookInstagram or  X. Get the latest TE News and announcements!
Posted by dmatchett  On Nov 01, 2023 at 7:59 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, October 31.
  • Spirit week continues, and man do those costumes look amazing today. Don't forget, tomorrow is anything but a backpack day so bring in your supplies using anything… except a backpack of course. For Thursday, dress as your decade with your grade level: 8th grade early 2000’s, 7th the 80’s, and 6th grade 90’s! Thursday student council will be having a spirit day competition on Thursday for Decades Day! So dress to impress! The team with the most spirit participants will win a cross team lunch! Ms. B says shoutout to Ny'Zae Brown for the idea! And on Friday, it’s National Jersey Day! So dress as your favorite sports team!
  • The boys' cross-country team was UNABLE to compete in this year's CRAL divisional championship because of the weather. Let's take a moment and recognize the eight athletes who qualified to run at CRAL through their hard work and dedication this season. Please help me in congratulating: 6th graders: Jackson Reed, Evan Taylor, Elliot Wenzel. 7th grader: Aiden Pilatti. 8th graders:Veer Rupani, Alexander Larmand, Graeme Taylor, and Jefferey Zeng. Good luck at the State Meet this weekend.
  • The CRAL Cross Country Championship was also canceled for the girls due to weather. There were seven athletes who put in hard work all season that did not get the opportunity to showcase their efforts. Those athletes were Jana Brownbill, Ali Kupec, Greta Johnson, Akithmi Koththigoda, Charlotte Zhang, Mia Delaney, and Arianna Polmatier.
  • TEMS Entertainers is thrilled to invite you to the General Interest and Informational Meeting for Entertainers 2023/2024.  This is your chance to be a part of the magic that happens on our school's stage. The meeting will take place on Monday, November 6th in the Auditorium immediately following dismissal. You can catch the late bus or arrange for a pick-up after the meeting ends at 4:00. At the meeting, we will make the long-awaited announcement of what musical we’re doing this year! You’ll also get the lowdown on how you can become a part of Entertainers, whether it's on stage as a dazzling actor or behind the scenes as a crucial member of the theater crews. Here's what you can expect to learn at the meeting: How to sign up for Entertainers; Audition details like when they are and what to prepare. We'll have a Q&A session where you can get all the answers you need. After the meeting, you'll be sent home with essential information to share with your family. We want everyone to be in the loop! If for some reason you can't make it to the meeting, don't fret! You can still be a part of the excitement. Just contact Ms. Carver or Mrs. Leveille, and they'll make sure you receive all the information you missed during the meeting. So mark your calendars for November 6th, and get ready to discover your inner entertainer. We can't wait to see you there!
  • Attention winter sport athletes...registration for cheerleading and boys and girls Basketball is open!  Your parents must register you on the parent portal and an updated physician statement dated after June 1st, 2023 is required.  Please check the athletics website for more information.  The deadline to register is November 27th.  
  • Are you interested in participating in the morning announcements… Well the auditions for Quarter two are this Thursday afterschool in room 375. Students will read through a daily news script off of the teleprompter to audition. Auditions are first come first serve. I look forward to seeing you Thursday afternoon.
  • Roses are red, violets are blue, the UConn Writing Project, is waiting for you. Come write poems like this. It's a chance you should not miss. Make sure you sign up this week. So your writing will reach its peak! Meetings start in November. It will be a time...you'll always remember. 
  • Connect with TE thru Social Media! Follow us on FacebookInstagram or  X. Get the latest TE News and announcements!
Posted by dmatchett  On Oct 31, 2023 at 8:14 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, October 30.
  • Student councils first spirit week of the year has started! We are so excited to see everyone wearing pink for Breast Cancer Awareness today!. Don't forget, tomorrow will be a spooky day so you will dress your dreams! (No masks or props allowed)  On Wednesday will be anything but a backpack; bring in your supplies using anything… except a backpack. Thursday is dress as your decade: 8th grade early 2000’s, 7th the 80’s, and 6th grade 90’s! On Friday, it’s national jersey day! So dress as your favorite sports team!
  • Attention winter sport athletes...registration for cheerleading and boys and girls basketball is open.  Your parents must register you on the parent portal and an updated physician statement dated after June 1st, 2023 is required.  Please check the athletics website for more information.  The deadline to register is November 27th.  
  • Are you interested in participating in the morning announcements… Well the auditions for Quarter two are this Thursday afterschool in room 375. Students will read through a daily news script off of the teleprompter to audition. Auditions are first come first serve. I look forward to seeing you Thursday afternoon.
  • The night sky was painted with darkness as a chill crept through the air. Calvin and Samantha looked up and...Waiting for the rest of this story?  Well, the ending is up to you. Come finish the story after school at the UConn Writing Project. Sign up soon.  The workshops start in November. Stop by Mr. Millard or Mr. Stinchon's room for more information. Can't wait to hear how this story will end!
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Posted by dmatchett  On Oct 30, 2023 at 8:27 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, October 27.
  • Student councils introduces TE's first spirit week of the year! On Monday, we wear pink for Breast Cancer Awareness!. On Tuesday there will be a spooky day so you will dress your dreams! (No masks or props allowed) On Wednesday will be anything but a backpack; bring in your supplies using anything… except a backpack. Thursday,  dress as your decade 8th grade early 2000’s, 7th the 80’s, and 6th grade 90’s! On Friday, it’s national jersey day! So dress as your favorite sports team! So remember to wear pink on Monday! 
  • Attention 8th Graders…. The Monster Mash Dance is Friday, October 27th. This is a chance for all 8th graders to come together and have some fun. So get out your best costume and join us - no masks or props allowed! Tickets are $10 and are on sale now!! Students attending must complete the Dance Google Form before purchasing their ticket. The last opportunity to buy tickets will be today during lunch.
  • Hey sports fans, do you want to have an awesome night this Saturday? Then you should come out and support the South Windsor Panthers Football and Cheer Teams at Rye Street Park. They are having a Saturday Night Lights event this Saturday. The Panthers B Team plays at 5:30 and the A team at 7:30. Come on out, enjoy some time with friends, and cheer on our team!
  • The night sky was painted with darkness as a chill crept through the air. Calvin and Samantha looked up and...Waiting for the rest of this story?  Well, the ending is up to you. Come finish the story after school at the UConn Writing Project. Sign up soon.  The workshops starts in November. Stop by Mr. Millard or Mr. Stinchon's room for more information. Can't wait to hear how this story will end! 
  • Attention winter sport athletes...registration for cheerleading and boys and girls basketball is open.  Your parents must register you on the parent portal and an updated physician statement dated after June 1st, 2023 is required.  Please check the athletics website for more information.  The deadline to register is November 27th.  
  • Attention all TE Band members; please remember to bring your Chromebook and headphones to band class today.  Additionally, all of Mr. Marci's instrumental lessons have been cancelled for today.  Please remain in your regular encore class.
  • And now for a treat, we have the finalists from the corn husking competition. In the student division, our winner is Bryce Chandler. And for our Staff Division we have the finals between Mr Clifton, Mrs Morelli, and Mrs Hanson. And the winner is…. Mr. Clifton. Congratulations to everyone involved, what a fun competition.
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Posted by dmatchett  On Oct 27, 2023 at 7:59 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, October 26.
  • And now for our Walk a Thon News…. We have Reached our $25,000 goal and raised $25,039!!! Thank you to everyone who helped and spread the word. Today we will have the Walk A Thon followed by Kona Ice for all students. Enjoy the beautiful day and the time with each other. We also have our final winners for the Raffle. The winners of the DQ gift cards are: Ryan Botticello, Rejina Shama, Evan Yurack, Lilah Gartman, and Kaylee Morgenthau. 
  • Student councils introduces TE's first spirit week of the year! On Monday, we wear pink for Breast Cancer Awareness!. On Tuesday there will be a spooky day so you will dress your dreams! (No masks or props allowed) On Wednesday will be anything but a backpack; bring in your supplies using anything… except a backpack. Thursday,  dress as your decade 8th grade early 2000’s, 7th the 80’s, and 6th grade 90’s! On Friday, it’s national jersey day! So dress as your favorite sports team! So remember to wear pink on Monday! 
  • Attention 8th Graders…. The Monster Mash Dance is Friday, October 27th. This is a chance for all 8th graders to come together and have some fun. So get out your best costume and join us - no masks or props allowed! Tickets are $10 and are on sale now!! Students attending must complete the Dance Google Form before purchasing their ticket. The last opportunity to buy tickets will be Friday 10/27 during lunch.
  • The girls soccer team had two tough matches this week. The first game resulted in a 2-2 tie against Enfield Middle School on Tuesday. Yesterday, the Lady Cougars were able to beat Suffield Middle School 2-0. Coach B said there were many shots on goal, but we were unable to finish! Thankfully, Gianna DiSalvatore and Emily Gamble came through for the Cougars this week both placing one in the back of the net. 6th grader Sienna DiSalvatore had two amazing games this week! The Lady Cougars enter the playoffs next week. The semi-final will be on Tuesday at 3:45.
  • The Timothy Edwards boys soccer team played two games this week and the results of each were identical. The first game was against JFK from Enfield and the second was against Suffield Middle School. Both matches ended in a 4–0 victory for the Cougars. Against JFK, Doug Quiuqui scored three goals while Logan Jackson scored the last goal on a penalty kick. Against Suffield, Haris Zhinipotoku scored the first two goals of the game. Roby Sayavong tallied the third goal, while Logan Jackson put the game to bed with a top shelf finish that had rebounded off the crossbar. The Cougars will head into the CRAL tournament as the number one seed on Monday after school. Good luck boys!!!
  • TE Field Hockey traveled to Somers yesterday for their last game of the season and the Cougars came away with a 1-0 win. Captains Ainslee Deptula, Emily Carmon, Prithi Suriakumarr, Molly Willard and Emma Davis once again controlled the field both offensively and defensively. Coach Custer and Coach Wilkinson wish all of our 8th graders the very best on and off the field next year. It was a great season and congrats to the entire team! 
  • Hey sports fans, do you want to have an awesome night this Saturday? Then you should come out and support the South Windsor Panthers Football and Cheer Teams at Rye Street Park. They are having a Saturday Night Lights event this Saturday at 7:30 pm. Come on out, enjoy some time with friends, and cheer on our team!
  • Don't forget!  Tomorrow is the first meeting of the MathCounts club.  It will be at 7 a.m. in the cafeteria. Bring a pencil, a Chromebook and a friend!
  • The night sky was painted with darkness as a chill crept through the air. Calvin and Samantha looked up and...Waiting for the rest of this story?  Well, the ending is up to you. Come finish the story after school at the UConn Writing Project. Sign up soon.  The workshops start in November. Stop by Mr. Millard or Mr. Stinchon's room for more information. Can't wait to hear how this story will end! 
  • Attention winter sport athletes...registration for cheerleading and boys and girls basketball is open.  Your parents must register you on the parent portal and an updated physician statement dated after June 1st, 2023 is required.  Please check the athletics website for more information.  The deadline to register is November 27th.
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Posted by dmatchett  On Oct 26, 2023 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 Wednesday, October 25.
  • Attention 8th Graders…. The Halloween Monster Mash is Friday, October 27th. This is a chance for all 8th graders to come together and have some fun. So get out your best Halloween costume and join us - no masks or props allowed! Tickets are $10 and are on sale now!! Students attending must complete the Dance Google Form before purchasing their ticket. Can’t wait to see you all there!
  • The Lady Cougars Soccer Team faced JFK last night and it definitely wasn't easy! The team walked away with a tie 2-2. Late in the first half Madison Carpenter fought her way to the goal and fired one in the back of the net. But, that didn't stop JFK who came right back to tie it up when they got a direct kick at the corner of the box.  Gianna DiSalvatore gave the team a much needed pep talk at the half way mark. The Cougars came out strong in the second half which led to Emily Gamble scoring a goal. The Cougars were up by one. Late in the second half JFK was able to tie it up. The Lady Cougars worked hard, but were unable to get another goal against JFK. Victoria Maachi secured the tie for the Lady Cougars with three amazing saves. The girls play Suffield today after school at 3:45! This will be the last game of the regular season. 
  • The field hockey team fought a hard battle but came up short against a very strong Granby team.  Tori Yelle had some beautiful breakaways with Allie Scott making nice passes up the sideline along with Ainslee Deptula and Prithi Suriyakumarr, and Emily Carmon at midfield.  Megan Aparo had tremendous saves but Granby just proved too strong for the TE defense.  Emma Davis made the highlight real making a goal  line save in the first half! In the second game TE could not fend off a pesky Granby team but the coaches were very pleased at their passing and stickwork.  They have shown great improvement since the beginning of the year.  Ella Allore, Stella Swierbutowicz, Emma Hennessey, Ipshita Singh, and Layla Holmes played well for the Cougars.  TE's last game is tomorrow away against Somers.  
  • Do you like math?  Do you enjoy problem solving? If you answered "yes" to these questions, then it sounds like you would enjoy MathCounts? The first meeting of the MathCounts club will be this Friday at 7 am in the cafeteria. You can join the Google Classroom with the code: banirvo. Bring a pencil, your Chromebook, and a friend!  Hope to see you there!  
  • Once upon a time, there was a great golden dragon.  This dragon was known for...Waiting for the rest of this story?  Well, the ending is up to you. Come finish the story after school at the UConn Writing Project. Sign up soon.  The workshops start in November. Stop by Mr. Millard or Mr. Stinchon's room for more information. Can't wait to hear how this story will end! 
  • For students seeking to be part of the TE Science Olympiad team an email has been sent to each of you that joined the Google Classroom. The email will let you know if you have been selected to join. For those of you selected to join, the first official meeting will be this Thursday after school in room 255.
  • Attention winter sport athletes...registration for cheerleading and boys and girls basketball is open.  Your parents must register you on the parent portal and an updated physician statement dated after June 1st, 2023 is required.  Please check the athletics website for more information.  The deadline to register is November 27th.  
  • Attention TEMS students: Student council will be hosting our fall spirit week October 30th through November 3rd! We will announce the spirit days on Thursday! If you have any spirit ideas please tell your homeroom representative by Wednesday! We cannot wait!
  • Connect with TE thru Social Media! Follow us on FacebookInstagram or  X. Get the latest TE News and announcements!
Posted by dmatchett  On Oct 25, 2023 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, October 24.
  • Attention 8th Graders…. The Halloween Monster Mash is Friday, October 27th. This is a chance for all 8th graders to come together and have some fun. So get out your best Halloween costume and join us - no masks or props allowed! Tickets are $10 and are on sale now!! Students attending must complete the Dance Google Form before purchasing their ticket. Can’t wait to see you all there!
  • The Boys Cross Country team traveled to Ellington on Tuesday for their final regular season meet. The team was poised for a win.  From the start, TE's Jeffery Zeng took charge and the lead, never giving it up, taking first place overall. He was quickly followed by Alex Larmand, Graeme Taylor, Aiden Pilatti, Elliot Wenzel, Veer Rupani, and Evan Taylor. All of whom finished in the top ten, securing TE's 20 - 44 win over Ellington. Some other notable racers were Alex Bifolck, Advik Roshan, and Dhruv Chakraborty. Each had a great race as well. Congrats to the entire team for a great win! The team finished the regular season 3 - 3 and heads to the CRAL Championship on Monday. Good luck!  Go Cougars!
  • The TE Girl's Cross Country Team won against Ellington with a score of 15-89. Jana Brownbill took first place, followed by Greta Johnson in 2nd, Ali Kupec in 3rd, Akithmi Koththiogda in 4th, and Charlotte Zhang in 5th.
  • Do you like math?  Do you enjoy problem solving?  If you answered "yes" to these questions, then it sounds like you would enjoy MathCounts? The first meeting of the MathCounts club will be this Friday at 7 am in the cafeteria.  You can join the Google Classroom with the code: banirvo.  Bring a pencil, your Chromebook, and a friend!  Hope to see you there!  
  • Once upon a time, there was a great golden dragon.  This dragon was known for... Waiting for the rest of this story?  Well, the ending is up to you. Come finish the story after school at the UConn Writing Project. Sign up soon.  The workshops starts in November. Stop by Mr. Millard or Mr. Stinchon's room for more information. Can't wait to hear how this story will end! 
  • For students seeking to be part of the TE Science Olympiad team an email has been sent to each of you that joined the Google Classroom. The email will let you know if you have been selected to join. For those of you selected to join, the first official meeting will be this Thursday after school in room 255.
  • Attention winter sport athletes...registration for cheerleading and boys and girls basketball opens today.  Your parents must register you on the parent portal and an updated physician statement dated after June 1st, 2023 is required.  Please check the athletics website for more information.  The deadline to register is November 27th.  
  • Attention TEMS students', student council will be hosting our fall spirit week October 30th through November 3rd! We will announce the spirit days on Thursday! If you have any spirit ideas please tell your homeroom representative by Wednesday! We cannot wait! In other student council news…Attention all student council members. There will be a student council meeting this Wednesday, October 25th at 7:15 in room 244!
  • Connect with TE thru Social Media! Follow us on FacebookInstagram or  X. Get the latest TE News and announcements!
Posted by dmatchett  On Oct 24, 2023 at 7:49 AM
  
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