TETV Morning News - Wednesday, October 18 

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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 18.
  • Hey TE, did you know that today is Unity day. On Unity Day everyone wears ORANGE to unite for kindness, acceptance, and inclusion to send a visible message that no child should ever experience bullying. We are so excited to see all of the orange out there today. Remember we are all in this together!
  • And now for our Walk- A-Thon Raffle Winners. Ryan Botticello, Rejina Shama, Evan Yurack, Lilah Gartman, Kaylee Morgenthau. You have won a DQ gift card for raising over $40 for our school through donations. Keep those donations coming as we work towards our $25,000 goal.
  • The boys cross country team hosted a tri-meet on Tuesday. Jeffery Zeng and Alex Larmand took the top spots for TE, finishing 3 and 4th. Aiden Pilatti shaved three minutes off his prior home meet time, finishing 7th overall. Evan Taylor finished 9th overall, taking almost two minutes off the earlier home meet this season. Overall, the boys' team ran a great race and split the meet, beating St. James, 34 - 72, BUT losing to Tolland in a close race, 30 - 34.Other notable finishes were Tanner Mills and Neel Pandet. They both took a minute off their prior home meet time. The boys' record is 2 -3 on the season.  Their last home meet is next Monday. Good luck, boys! Go Cougars.  
  • Girl's Cross Country won with a score of 15 against Tolland (58) and St. James (170). Jana Brownbill took first place with a time of 16:19, followed by Ali Kupec in second, Greta Johnson in third, Akithmi Koththigoda in fourth, and Charlotte Zang in fifth. Also, Girls Cross Country is canceled for today. Again there will be no Girls Cross Country practice today.
  • The Lady Cougars faced Sage Park yesterday afternoon. The team remains undefeated with yet another win. Shea Brochu and Gianna DiSalvatore both scored early in the first half. Emily Ward charged to goalie and had a great goal early in the second half. Happy Birthday Ward! Lastly, Gianna DiSalvatore passed a ball straight to Allison Marques at the top of the box. Allison fired one in the back of the net. Coach B and Coach Sayed it was the most beautiful goal we have had all season. The final score was 6-0. Go Cougars! The Lady Cougars hope to finish off the regular season undefeated. The team faces East Hartford on Thursday.
  • The TE boys team traveled to Sage Park and came away with a resounding win. Six different players recorded a goal on the night with Drew Boehm netting two. Several players were able to get some much needed rest for the final three games of the season. Those who tallied were AJ Bryson, Haris Zhinipotoku, Liam Staroverov, Matteo Heredia and Adam Elsendyouney. The Cougars next play host to East Hartford on Thursday after school.
  • SAGA is back for another fantastic year! SAGA is a club for students in the LGBTQ community, but you don’t have to be a part of the community to join. All allies and supportive friends are welcome, too! SAGA is a "no commitment" club that meets once a month and is a space where you’ll find support, educational opportunities, special events, games and activities, and a sense of community and family. The club meets downstairs in room 145 in the music hallway. The FIRST meeting for SAGA this year will take place this Thursday, October 19th. Mark your calendars, make a plan, and bring a friend or two to see what we’re all about. Still not sure if SAGA is for you? Reach out to Ms. Carver or Mrs. Reed with any questions or concerns you have.
  • Attention students auditioning for the Spotlight Show Choir:  Reminder!  Tonight is  the deadline for submitting your two audition videos. Again, Spotlight Audition Videos are due by tonight.
  • 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 will be available starting the week of October 23rd. Students attending must also complete the Dance Google Form. Can’t wait to see you all there!
  • The UConn Writing Project is back! This is a state-wide writing competition hosted by UConn.  In the past, 80 students have been recognized for their writing or art. TE is hosting workshops for all students to work on their writing pieces with guidance from teachers and input from peers. All writing types and levels are welcome. Even ART! If you like to write poetry, fiction, or nonfiction; or if you like drawing cartoons, comic strips, or painting realism, go to the TE homepage and click on the link to sign up. The workshops will be in November and December.  6th graders will meet on Mondays, 7th graders on Wednesdays, and 8th graders on Thursdays. Sign up soon!  Any questions, see Mr. Millard or Mr. Stinchon. 
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Posted by dmatchett On 18 October, 2023 at 7:48 AM