TETV Morning News - Thursday, October 26 

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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 26 October, 2023 at 7:49 AM