• Good morning, T/E! Today is Monday, June 13, 2022, and it is NATIONAL WEED YOUR GARDEN DAY. It is also day SIX of the schedule. Today’s lunch menu includes PIZZA DIPPERS WITH MARINARA.

     

    Any student that would like to purchase a Yearbook, they will be for sale until the last day of school. Yearbooks will be $40 each and can be purchased by cash or check. Please see Ms. McCarrick in room 218 to buy a yearbook.

     

    Now over to a Flower Show Club announcement.

    ***video***

     

    That’s all the iTEMS we have for today.

    HAVE A MARVELOUS LAST MONDAY, TE!

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  • Good morning, T/E! Today is Friday, June 10, 2022, and it is NATIONAL BALLPOINT PEN DAY. It is also day FIVE of the schedule. Today’s lunch menu includes INDIVIDUAL PIZZA.

     

    Any student that would like to purchase a Yearbook, they will be for sale until the last day of school. Yearbooks will be $40 each and can be purchased by cash or check. Please see Ms. McCarrick in room 218 to buy a yearbook.

     

    Now over to a Flower Show Club announcement and a Student Council announcement.

    ***video***

     

    That’s all the iTEMS we have for today.

    HAVE A FANTASTIC LAST FRIDAY, TE!

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  • Good morning, T/E! Today is Thursday, June 9, 2022, and it is NATIONAL DONALD DUCK DAY. It is also day FOUR of the schedule. Today’s lunch menu includes ROASTED CHICKEN.

     

    Any student that would like to purchase a Yearbook, they will be for sale until the last day of school. Yearbooks will be $40 each and can be purchased by cash or check. Please see Ms. McCarrick in room 218 to buy a yearbook.

     

    Flower Show club members who were juried into the show can see Mrs. Flint this week for their ticket. Those people should only get a ticket if they plan on going to the Philadelphia Flower Show.

     

    Now over to a student council announcement:

    ***video***

     

    That’s all the iTEMS we have for today.

    As this is my last show today, I want to thank everyone at TEMS for being a great audience when watching Bulldog TV every morning and seeing everyone each week. I started on the news desk as a 5th grader, and I have enjoyed doing it since then. I want to thank every teacher for watching our morning announcements every morning and all people that have given me compliments over the years. As I transition to Conestoga in August, I’ll continue to do TV Studio there. Remember to always be a good audience and have a great 2022 summer!

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  • Good morning, T/E! Today is Wednesday, June 8, 2022, and it is NATIONAL BEST FRIENDS DAY. It is also day THREE of the schedule. Today’s lunch menu includes CHICKEN TENDERS WITH DIPPING SAUCE.

     

    Any student that would like to purchase a Yearbook, they will be for sale until the last day of school. Yearbooks will be $40 each and can be purchased by cash or check. Please see Ms. McCarrick in room 218 to buy a yearbook.

     

    Flower Show club members who were juried into the show can see Mrs. Flint this week for their ticket. Those people should only get a ticket if they plan on going to the Philadelphia Flower Show.

     

    There will be no art club TODAY.

     

    The Book Swap is now over as all the books have been selected.  

     

    That’s all the iTEMS we have for today.

    HAVE A WHACKY WEDNESDAY, T/E!

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  • Good morning, T/E! Today is Tuesday, June 7, 2022, and it is NATIONAL CHOCOLATE ICE CREAM DAY. It is also day TWO of the schedule. Today’s lunch menu includes MEATBALL SUB.

     

    Yearbooks have arrived. Any student that preordered a yearbook, will have it delivered to their homeroom. Any student that would like to purchase a Yearbook, they will be for sale until the last day of school. Yearbooks will be $40 each and can be purchased by cash or check. Please see Ms. McCarrick in room 218 to buy a yearbook.

     

    Flower Show club members who were juried into the show can see Mrs. Flint this week for their ticket. Those people should only get a ticket if they plan on going to the Philadelphia Flower Show.

     

    There will be no art club this Wed.

     

    Looking for some new books to read over summer break? Come down to the auditorium during lunch and activity to browse some FREE books! If you have old books that you’re finished with and ready to pass on to someone else, you can still bring them to the auditorium to swap! Any leftover books after the swap will be donated to Book Love next school year.

     

    That’s all the iTEMS we have for today.

    HAVE A TERRIFIC TUESDAY, T/E!

     

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  • Good morning, T/E! Today is Monday, June 6, 2022, and it is D-DAY. It is also day ONE of the schedule. Today’s lunch menu includes PIZZA DIPPERS WITH MARINARA.

     

    Yearbooks have arrived. Any student that preordered a yearbook, will have it delivered to their homeroom. Any student that would like to purchase a Yearbook, they will be for sale starting TODAY until the last day of school. Yearbooks will be $40 each and can be purchased by cash or check. Please see Ms. McCarrick in room 218 to buy a yearbook.

     

    Flower Show club members who were juried into the show can see Mrs. Flint this week for their ticket. Those people should only get a ticket if they plan on going to the Philadelphia Flower Show.

     

    Today is the first day to browse books from the book swap! Please note the change in location. The swap is in the auditorium, so come on down during lunch and activity to check out some new-to-you books! If you forgot to bring books to swap last week, just bring them to the auditorium and someone will help you sort. Happy browsing!

     

    That’s all the iTEMS we have for today.

    HAVE A MARVELOUS MONDAY, T/E!

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  • Good morning, T/E! Today is Friday, June 3, 2022, and it is NATIONAL EGG DAY. It is also day SIX of the schedule. Today’s lunch menu includes FRENCH BREAD PIZZA

     

    Today is the last day to drop off your books for next week's Book Swap! Make sure to stop by the LGR on Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday next week during activity to browse for some new-to-you books to read over the summer!

     

    All library books are due TODAY.

     

    And now for Student Council news.

     

    That’s all the iTEMS we have for today.

    HAVE A FANTASTIC FRIDAY, T/E!

     

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  • Good morning, T/E! Today is Thursday, June 2, 2022, and it is NATIONAL ROCKY ROAD DAY. It is also day FIVE of the schedule. Today’s lunch menu includes SOFT CHICKEN TACO WITH TORTILLA.

     

    We are three days into our Book Swap collection! If you’d like to make space for new books, you’re not too late! You have until the end of the week to go through your pre-loved books and bring them to school. Books of all genres are accepted as long as they’re middle school appropriate. Collection boxes can be found in the main and back entrances. This a reminder that the more books donated, the wider range of selection you will have during the browsing days next week. Readers or not, everyone is encouraged to participate. Besides, who doesn’t enjoy a free book?

     

    Flower Show club is cancelled for TODAY.

     

    TODAY will be the last day for 5th and 6th grade after school sports.  

     

    All library books are due this Friday.

     

    Now over to a short video on fire preparedness.

    ****video***

     

    That’s all the iTEMS we have for today.

    HAVE A TERRIFIC THURSDAY, T/E!

     

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  • Good morning, T/E! Today is Wednesday, June 1, 2022, and it is NATIONAL SAY SOMETHING NICE DAY. It is also day FOUR of the schedule. Today’s lunch menu includes CHEESE RAVIOLI WITH SPAGHETTI SAUCE.

     

    We are two/three days into our Book Swap collection! If you’d like to make space for new books, you’re not too late! You have until the end of the week to go through your pre-loved books and bring them to school. Books of all genres are accepted as long as they’re middle school appropriate. Collection boxes can be found in the main and back entrances. This a reminder that the more books donated, the wider range of selection you will have during the browsing days next week. Readers or not, everyone is encouraged to participate. Besides, who doesn’t enjoy a free book?

     

    Flower Show club is cancelled for tomorrow.

     

    All library books are due this Friday.

     

    That’s all the iTEMS we have for today.

    HAVE A WILDLY NICE WEDNESDAY, T/E!

     

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  • Good morning, T/E! Today is Tuesday, May 31, 2022, and it is NATIONAL SAVE YOUR HEARING DAY. It is also day THREE of the schedule. Today’s lunch menu includes BREADED CHICKEN NUGGETS WITH DIPPING SAUCE.

     

    Today was the first collection day for the Book Swap! Thank you to those who have already dropped off books in the collection boxes. If you would like to contribute, you still have until Friday to bring in your books. Browsing days will take place beginning Monday, June 6 and end on Wednesday, June 8. Any remaining books will be donated to next year's Book Love drive. Bookworms or not, all students are encouraged to participate in this fun and free book swap. Stock up on new-to-you books for the summer!ALL library books are due this Friday. Please return all library books by Friday. Stop by to ask what books you have checked out to be sure you've returned all the books you borrowed this year.

     

    During fourth period, a 7th/8th-grade SOAR meeting will be in Mr. Boukalik's room TODAY. Members should bring their lunch. Don't hesitate to contact Mr. Boukalik, Dr. Phillips, or Mr. Hardy if you have any questions or concerns.

     

    That’s all the iTEMS we have for today.

    HAVE A TERRIFIC TUESDAY, T/E!

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  • Good morning, T/E! Today is Friday, May 27, 2022, and it is NATIONAL CELLOPHONE TAPE DAY. It is also day TWO of the schedule. Today’s lunch menu includes INDIVIDUAL PIZZA.

     

    ALL library books are due next Friday, June 3. Please return all library books by Friday, June 3. Stop by to ask what books you have checked out to be sure you've returned all the books you borrowed this year.

     

    Now to a school supply drive update.

    *** videos ***

     

    That’s all the iTEMS we have for today.

    HAVE A FANTASTIC FRIDAY, T/E!

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  • Good morning, T/E! Today is Thursday, May 26, 2022, and it is NATIONAL BLUEBERRY CHEESECAKE DAY. It is also day ONE of the schedule. Today’s lunch menu includes MACARONI AND CHEESE.

     

    Are your shelves cluttered with old books and no space for new ones? If so, we have good news for you. You can start sorting through your shelves now. The TEMS Book Swap is coming up! Starting Tuesday, May 31st you can drop off your books at the front and back entrances where collection boxes will be found. Books of all genres are accepted as long as they’re middle school appropriate. There will be three book browsing days after the books are collected and sorted. The dates are June 6, 7, and 8.  Any leftover books will be saved for next year's Book Love collection to donate to under resourced schools in Philadelphia. Thank you in advance for participating.

     

    Now to a school supply drive update.

    *** video ***

     

    That’s all the iTEMS we have for today.

    HAVE A TERRIFIC THURSDAY, T/E!

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  • Good morning, T/E! Today is Wednesday, May 25, 2022, and it is NATIONAL TAP DANCE DAY. It is also day SIX of the schedule. Today’s lunch menu includes MACARONI AND CHEESE.

     

    Are your shelves cluttered with old books and no space for new ones? If so, we have good news for you. You can start sorting through your shelves now. The TEMS Book Swap is coming up! Starting Tuesday, May 31st you can drop off your books at the front and back entrances where collection boxes will be found. Books of all genres are accepted as long as they’re middle school appropriate. There will be three book browsing days after the books are collected and sorted. The dates are June 6, 7, and 8.  Any leftover books will be saved for next year's Book Love collection to donate to under resourced schools in Philadelphia. Thank you in advance for participating.

     

    Congratulations to the TEMS Softball Team on their undefeated season! The team won its one and only official game as well as multiple scrimmages. The team finished the season with a record of one and oh.

     

    Now to a school supply drive update and the final Geography Challenge results from Mr. Parker.

    *** videos ***

     

    That’s all the iTEMS we have for today.

    HAVE A WILD WEDNESDAY, T/E!

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  • Good morning, T/E! Today is Tuesday, May 24, 2022, and it is NATIONAL SCAVENGER HUNT DAY. It is also day FIVE of the schedule. Today’s lunch menu includes CHICKEN TENDERS WITH DIPPING SAUCE.

     

    Are your shelves cluttered with old books and no space for new ones? If so, we have good news for you. You can start sorting through your shelves now. The TEMS Book Swap is coming up! Starting Tuesday, May 31st you can drop off your books at the front and back entrances where collection boxes will be found. Books of all genres are accepted as long as they’re middle school appropriate. There will be three book browsing days after the books are collected and sorted. The dates are June 6, 7, and 8.  Any leftover books will be saved for next year's Book Love collection to donate to under resourced schools in Philadelphia. Thank you in advance for participating.

     

    During fourth period, the 7th and 8th-grade SOAR meeting will be in Mr. Boukalik's room TODAY. Members should bring their lunch. Please contact Mr. Boukalik, Dr. Phillips, or Mr. Hardy if you have any questions or concerns.

     

    Now to a closing video about the teachers being pied fundraiser, a school supply drive reminder and Student Council news.

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    Now to Mr. Parker's FINAL Geography challenge of the year. 

     

    That’s all the iTEMS we have for today.

    HAVE A TERRIFIC TUESDAY, T/E!

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  • Good morning, T/E! Today is Monday, May 23, 2022, and it is NATIONAL LUCKY PENNIES DAY. It is also day FOUR of the schedule. Today’s lunch menu includes PIZZA DIPPERS WITH MARINARA.

     

    Are your shelves cluttered with old books and no space for new ones? If so, we have good news for you. You can start sorting through your shelves now. The TEMS Book Swap is coming up! Starting Tuesday, May 31st you can drop off your books at the front and back entrances where collection boxes will be found. Books of all genres are accepted as long as they’re middle school appropriate. There will be three book browsing days after the books are collected and sorted. The dates are June 6, 7, and 8.  Any leftover books will be saved for next year's Book Love collection to donate to under resourced schools in Philadelphia. Thank you in advance for participating.

     

    During fourth period, the 7th and 8th-grade SOAR meeting will be in Mr. Boukalik's room TOMORROW. Members should bring their lunch. Please contact Mr. Boukalik, Dr. Phillips, or Mr. Hardy if you have any questions or concerns.

     

    Now to a very special pie video.

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    Here is a reminder about the School Supply Drive going on this week.

    *** video ***

     

    That’s all the iTEMS we have for today.

    HAVE A MARVELOUS MONDAY, T/E!

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  • Good morning, T/E! Today is Friday, May 20, 2022, and it is NATIONAL PICK STRAWBEERIES DAY. It is also day THREE of the schedule. Today’s lunch menu includes FRENCH BREAD PIZZA.

     

    Both the 7th and 8th grade girls lacrosse teams closed out their seasons with huge wins against Radnor. Congrats on a great season, girls.

     

    Next week, Leadership Seminar has partnered with TE CARE to collect school supplies. Here’s more information.

    *** video ***

    Now for news from your Student Council.

    *** video ***

    That’s all the iTEMS we have for today.

    HAVE A FANTASTIC FRIDAY, T/E!

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  • Good morning, T/E! Today is Thursday, May 19, 2022, and it is NATIONAL DEVIL’S FOOD CAKE DAY. It is also day TWO of the schedule. Today’s lunch menu includes SOFT CHICKEN TACO WITH TORTILLA

     

    TODAY’S Flower Show club is canceled.

     

    Next week, Leadership Seminar has partnered with TE CARE to collect school supplies. Here’s more information.

    *** video ***

     

    We now return to close out the staff pie videos. Please remember that each of these teachers volunteered to be pied in order to support the important cause of providing mental health services for members of our Chester County community.  Thank them for their participation when you see them.

    *** video ***

     

    Now for some news from your Student Council.

    *** video ***

    That’s all the iTEMS we have for today.

    HAVE A THRILLING THURSDAY, T/E!

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  • Good morning, T/E! Today is Wednesday, May 18, 2022, and it is NATIONAL VISIT YOUR RELATIVES DAY. It is also day ONE of the schedule. Today’s lunch menu includes BREADED CHICKEN CHUNKS WITH DIPPING SAUCE.

    Next week, Leadership Seminar has partnered with TE CARE to collect school supplies. Here’s more information.

    *** video ***

    We now return to close out the staff pie videos. Please remember that each of these teachers volunteered to be pied in order to support the important cause of providing mental health services for members of our Chester County community.  Thank them for their participation when you see them.

    *** video ***

    That’s all the iTEMS we have for today.

    HAVE A WILD WEDNESDAY, T/E!

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  • Good morning, T/E! Today is Monday, May 16, 2022, and it is NATIONAL BIOGRAPHER’S DAY. It is also day SIX of the schedule. Today’s lunch menu includes INDIVIDUAL PIZZA.

    Next week, Leadership Seminar has partnered with TE CARE to collect school supplies. Here’s more information.

    *** video ***

    That’s all the iTEMS we have for today.

    HAVE A MARVELOUS MONDAY and enjoy the day off tomorrow, T/E!

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  • Good morning, T/E! Today is Friday, May 13, 2022, and it is NATIONAL APPLE PIE DAY. It is also day FIVE of the schedule. Today’s lunch menu includes INDIVIDUAL PIZZA.

     

    This week is Food Allergy Awareness Week. Here’s some helpful information.

    ***Food Allergy Awareness Video*** 

     

    That’s all the iTEMS we have for today.

    HAVE A FANTASTIC FRIDAY THE THIRTEENTH, T/E!

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  • Good morning, T/E! Today is Thursday, May 12, 2022, and it is NATIONAL LIMERICK DAY. It is also day FOUR of the schedule. Today’s lunch menu includes SOFT CHICKEN TACO WITH TORTILLA.

     

    On Tuesday, the 7th Grade Baseball team beat Ridley Middle School, with hits and great defense from the whole team. Happy, Liam, and Jason combined to pitch a strong 6 innings. The game ended with an amazing triple play by Happy, Brennan, and Brad to secure the win.

     

    Congratulations to both the 7th and 8th grade girls lacrosse teams on their huge wins against Agnes Irwin! The girls are back in action on Friday for their last home game of the season against ETR.

     

    This week is Food Allergy Awareness Week. Here’s some helpful information, followed by a student council announcement.

    ***Food Allergy Awareness Video*** 

     

    That’s all the iTEMS we have for today.

    HAVE A THRILLING THURSDAY, T/E!

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  • Good morning, T/E! Today is Wednesday, May 11, 2022, and it is NATIONAL TWILIGHT ZONE DAY. It is also day THREE of the schedule. Today’s lunch menu includes CHICKEN TENDERS WITH DIPPING SAUCE.

     

    Jr. Model UN Members represent T/E extraordinarily well at the Final Conference Tuesday, May 10th. Congratulations to the following members for being recognized by the World Affairs Council of Philadephia. Earning outstanding student delegates for their country were Minnie K, Fryashti M, Vivian P, Subham G, Jonah N, and Wesley N. Other students earning honorable mention were Vishruth V, Maddie L, Yashvi J, Lexi L, Vivian W, and Charlene L.

     

    This week is Food Allergy Awareness Week. Here’s some helpful information, followed by a student council announcement.

    ***Food Allergy Awareness Video*** 

     

    That’s all the iTEMS we have for today.

    HAVE A WILD WEDNESDAY, T/E!

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  • Good morning, T/E! Today is Tuesday, May 10, 2022, and it is NATIONAL CLEAN UP YOUR ROOM DAY. It is also day TWO of the schedule. Today’s lunch menu includes MEATBALL SUB.

     

    The 7th/8th-grade SOAR meeting will be in Mr. Boukalik's room TODAY during fourth period. Members should bring their lunch. Please contact Mr. Boukalik, Dr. Phillips, or Mr. Hardy if you have any questions or concerns.

     

    This week is Food Allergy Awareness Week. Here’s some helpful information.

    ***Food Allergy Awareness Video*** 

     

    Now over to Mr. Parker’s weekly Geography challenge.

    ***Geo video***

     

    That’s all the iTEMS we have for today.

    HAVE A THUNDEROUS TUESDAY, T/E!

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  • Good morning, T/E! Today is Monday, May 9, 2022, and it is NATIONAL LOST SOCK MEMORIAL DAY. It is also day ONE of the schedule. Today’s lunch menu includes PIZZA DIPPERS WITH MARINARA.

     

    TEMS Softball triumphed against Strath Haven on Thursday. A victorious home run by Taylor K, along with other runs scored by Abby K, Drew, and Charlotte. Katie took the girls to the win with her run.

     

    This week is Food Allergy Awareness Week. Here’s some helpful information.

    ***Food Allergy Awareness Video*** 

     

    Now to a special Pie in the Face video.

    ***pie video***

     

    That’s all the iTEMS we have for today.

    HAVE A MARVELOUS MONDAY, T/E!

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  • Good morning, T/E! Today is Friday, May 6, 2022, and it is NATIONAL NURSES DAY. It is also day SIX of the schedule. Today’s lunch menu includes FRENCH BREAD PIZZA.

    Library books are due TODAY. Please bring your books to the library to return or renew them.

    Next week is Food Allergy Awareness Week. Here’s some helpful information.

    ***Food Allergy Awareness Video*** 

    Now for Student Council news:

    ***StuCo Video*** 

    That’s all the iTEMS we have for today.

    HAVE A WONDERFUL WEEKEND, T/E!

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  • Good morning, T/E! Today is Thursday, May 5, 2022 and it is CINCO DE MAYO. It is also day FIVE of the schedule. Today’s lunch menu includes SOFT CHICKEN TACO WITH TORTILLA.

     

    There will be no Coding Engineering Design club this week. Please check Schoology for an update.

     

    Library books are due this Friday. Please bring your books to the library to return or renew them no later than TOMORROW.

     

    Congratulations to the following students for participating in the Chester County Science Fair.

    5th grader – Ansel B

    5th grader – Dominic H

    6th grader – Tvisha J

    7th grader – Vishruth V

    8th grader – Rowan C

    Ansel B earned 1st place in the Chemistry category. Tvisha J. earned 3rd place in the Mathematics category. Vishruth V. earned an honorable mention award in the Engineering category.

    Rowan C. earned 1st place in the Environmental Science category. He also recently presented his project at the Delaware Valley Science Fair and earned 2nd place in the Environmental Science category. At the Pennsylvania Junior Academy of Science regional fair this year Rowan earned a 1st place award in the Earth & Space category. He will participate in the state level competition this month and the Broadcom Masters science fair in the fall.

     

    Now for the latest pie video.  Remember that teachers volunteered for this to support mental health services for members of our Chester County community.  Thank teachers for participating when you see them.

     

    That’s all the iTEMS we have for today.

    HAVE AN THRILLING THURSDAY, T/E!

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  • Good morning, T/E! Today is Wednesday, May 4, 2022 and it is NATIONAL STAR WARS DAY. It is also day FOUR of the schedule. Today’s lunch menu includes CHEESE RAVIOLI WITH SPAGHETTI SAUCE.

     

    The 8th grade girls lacrosse team secured a win against Springton Lake last week.

     

    There will be no Coding Engineering Design club this week. Please check Schoology for an update.

     

    The Multi-Cultural, African-American, ESL and the Jr. Model UN club would like to thank you all who participated and attended the Cultural Museum Day. The pride and enthusiasm of our student body were terrific. Everyone demonstrated respect, enjoyment, and acceptance of all cultures at the event. Thank you for making TEM a better place for all.

     

    Library books are due this Friday. Please bring your books to the Library to return or renew them by this Friday.

     

    Now for the latest pie video.  Remember that teachers volunteered for this to support mental health services for members of our Chester County community.  Thank teachers for participating when you see them.

     

    Next week is Food Allergy Awareness Week. Here’s more information.

    ****FAAW Video****

     

    That’s all the iTEMS we have for today. May the Fourth be with you.

    HAVE AN OBI-WAN WEDNESDAY, T/E!

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  • Good morning, T/E! Today is Tuesday, May 3, 2022 and it is NATIONAL CHOCOLATE CUSTARD DAY. It is also day THREE of the schedule. Today’s lunch menu includes BREADED CHICKEN NUGGETS WITH DIPPING SAUCE.

     

    The TEMS softball team crushed Sun Valley on Thursday last week. Amazing pitching by Katie and Drew along with runs by Charlotte, Michelle, Abby C, Katie, Drew, Abby K, Lyla, Paige, Lucy, Lainey, Adley, and Jules.

     

    Reading Olympics will have a mandatory meeting today, Tuesday, May 3 during 5th/6th grade lunch and activity. Contact Mrs. Clark with any questions.

     

    Now for the latest pie video.  Remember that teachers volunteered for this to support mental health services for members of our Chester County community.  Thank teachers for participating when you see them.

     

    That’s all the iTEMS we have for today.

    HAVE A TERRIFIC TUESDAY, T/E!

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  • Good morning, T/E! Today is Friday, April 29, 2022 and it is NATIONAL ZIPPER DAY. It is also day TWO of the schedule. Today’s lunch menu includes INDIVIDUAL PIZZA.

     

    Now to a special Friday edition of Mr. Parker’s weekly geography challenge.

     

    That’s all the iTEMS we have for today.

    HAVE A FANTASTIC FRIDAY, T/E!

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  • Good morning, T/E! Today is Thursday, April 28, 2022 and it is NATIONAL SUPERHERO DAY. It is also day ONE of the schedule. Today’s lunch menu includes MACARONI AND CHEESE.

     

    Interested TE seventh and eighth graders have been participating in the PA High School Math League Competition throughout the school year.  This is a series of six contests taken monthly from October through March.  TEMS students finished second in Chester County among area HIGH SCHOOL and 10th in the state.  Jeffrey W, Chris H and Ethan Z made the list of high scoring students.  THE AMC 8 results are in.  Eighth grader Anthony Z was the high scorer for TEMS and placed in the top 1% in the country.  Eighth graders Ryan D, Justin W, Lexi L, Ethan Z, Jeffrey W. and seventh grader Miranda L placed in the top 5% in the nation.  Way to go TE!!

     

    Friday, April 29th, is our Annual Cultural Museum Day from 9:00 am to 2:00 pm, sponsored by the Jr. Model UN Club. This year's theme is "Together We Can Do Great Things." Students are invited to participate by sharing their heritage with the TE family. The Museum will be available all day, so stop by and enjoy the fun and exciting displays from parents, students, friends, and teachers as we celebrate Cultural Diversity at TE. Participants who need to set up their display should check into their homeroom and then come to the large gym by 7:45 am. All other participants should come to the large gym after homeroom. Please let Mr. Hardy know if you have any questions or concerns.

     

    Now for the latest pie video.  Please remember that each of these teachers volunteered to be pied in order to support the important cause of providing mental health services for members of our Chester County community.  Thank them for their participation when you see them.

     

    That’s all the iTEMS we have for today.

    HAVE A TERRIFIC THURSDAY, T/E!

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  • Good morning, T/E! Today is Wednesday, April 27, 2022 and it is NATIONAL GUMMI BEAR DAY. It is also day SIX of the schedule. Today’s lunch menu includes MINI CORN DOGS.

     

    The following clubs will not meet this week: Art Club for 5th and 6th grade. Coding, Engineering and Design Club. Keeping Courtyards Clean and Garden Club.

     

    Now for the latest pie video.  Please remember that each of these teachers volunteered to be pied in order to support the important cause of providing mental health services for members of our Chester County community.  Thank them for their participation when you see them.

     

    That’s all the iTEMS we have for today.

    HAVE A WONDERFUL WEDNESDAY, T/E!

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  • Good morning, T/E! Today is Tuesday, April 26, 2022 and it is NATIONAL PRETZEL DAY. It is also day FIVE of the schedule. Today’s lunch menu includes BEEF RAVIOLI WITH TOMATO SAUCE.

     

    The following clubs will not meet this week: Art Club for 5th and 6th grade. Coding, Engineering and Design Club. Keeping Courtyards Clean and Garden Club.

     

    The 7th Grade Baseball team won a close game against Valley Forge on Friday. The Bulldogs had great pitching the whole game from Happy, Brad, and Nolan. Nolan also had the game-winning hit, a 2-run double that scored Jason and Happy in the last inning.

     

    The 7th and 8th grade girls’ softball team won against Welsh Valley on Thursday. Runs were scored by Michelle B., Taylor K., Lainey F, Drew M, Lucy S, Charlotte F, Abby K, and Paige G.

     

    Last Friday both the Boys and Girls Track and Field 4 by 100 meter relay teams ran season best times at Upper Darby for the Penn Relay Trials.

     

    Now for the latest pie videos.  Please remember that each of these teachers volunteered to be pied in order to support the important cause of providing mental health services for members of our Chester County community.  Thank them for their participation when you see them.

     

    Mr. Parker’s Geography Challenge will return on Friday.

     

    That’s all the iTEMS we have for today.

    HAVE A TERRIFIC TUESDAY, T/E!

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  • Good morning, T/E! Today is Monday, April 25, 2022 and it is NATIONAL ZUCCHINI BREAD DAY. It is also day FOUR of the schedule. Today’s lunch menu includes CHICKEN TENDERS WITH DIPPING SAUCE.

     

    The 8th grade girls lacrosse team scored a huge win against Valley Forge last Thursday afternoon.

     

    There is no art club on Tuesday April 26 for fifth and sixth grade.

     

    Coding, Engineering and Design Club has been cancelled for this week.

     

    Friday, April 29th, is the Annual Cultural Museum Day from 9:00 am to 2:00 pm, sponsored by our Jr. Model UN Club.  This year's theme is "Together We Can Do Great Things." Students are invited to participate by sharing their heritage with the TE family. The Museum will be available all day, so stop by and enjoy the fun and exciting displays from parents, students, friends, and teachers as we celebrate Cultural Diversity at TE. Participants who need to set up displays should check into their homeroom and then come to the front of the school by 7:45 am. All other participants should come to the front of the school after homeroom. Please let Mr. Hardy know if you have any questions or concerns.

     

    Now over to the first round of pie in the face videos.

     

    That’s all the iTEMS we have for today.

    HAVE A MARVELOUS MONDAY, T/E!

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  • Good morning, T/E! Today is Friday, April 22, 2022 and it is NATIONAL EARTH DAY. It is also day THREE of the schedule. Today’s lunch menu includes PIZZA DIPPERS WITH MARINARA.

     

    The 7th and 8th grade track team traveled to Valley Forge Middle School on Wednesday afternoon for a scrimmage. It was an overall great performance by the entire track team. The Bulldogs open their regular season next week.

     

    That’s all the iTEMS we have for today.

    HAVE A FANTASTIC FRIDAY, T/E!

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  • Good morning, T/E! Today is Thursday, April 21, 2022 and it is NATIONAL CHOCOLATE COVERED CASHEWS DAY. It is also day TWO of the schedule. Today’s lunch menu includes SOFT CHICKEN TACO WITH TORTILLA.

     

    There will be no Coding, Engineering, Design Club this week. Check the Schoology group for updates.

     

    The Dungeons and Dragons Club will not meet this week.

     

    All 8th grade students who wish to perform in this year’s Variety Show need to report to an organizational meeting TODAY during Activity Period. The meeting will be held in Mr. Ferris’ Room, 226.

     

    The Multicultural Club is meeting TODAY in Senorita Neto's room during period 4. Attendants should bring their lunch and plan to help each other prepare for the Cultural Museum next week

     

    That’s all the iTEMS we have for today.

    HAVE A THRILLING THURSDAY, T/E!

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  • Good morning, T/E! Today is Wednesday, April 20, 2022 and it is NATIONAL HANGING OUT DAY. It is also day ONE of the schedule. Today’s lunch menu includes BREADED CHICKEN CHUNKS WITH DIPPING SAUCE.

     

    There will be no Coding, Engineering, Design Club this week. Check the Schoology group for updates

     

    The Dungeons and Dragons Club will not meet this week.

     

    All 8th grade students who wish to perform in this year’s Variety Show need to report to an organizational meeting TOMORROW during Activity Period.  The meeting will be held in Mr. Ferris’ Room, 226.

     

    That’s all the iTEMS we have for today.

    HAVE A WONDERFUL WEDNESDAY, T/E!

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  • Good morning, T/E! Today is Tuesday, April 19, 2022 and it is NATIONAL GARLIC DAY. It is also day SIX of the schedule. Today’s lunch menu includes PULLED PORK SANDWICH ON A KAISER ROLL.

     

    The 7th/8th-grade SOAR meeting will be in Mr. Boukalik's room TODAY during fourth period. Members should bring a lunch. Please contact Mr. Boukalik, Dr. Phillips, or Mr. Hardy if you have any questions or concerns.

     

    There will be no Coding, Engineering, Design Club this week. Check the Schoology group for updates

     

    And now for Mr. Parker’s Geography Challenge.

    ***Geography Challenge Video***

     

    That’s all the iTEMS we have for today.

    HAVE A TERRIFIC TUESDAY, T/E!

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  • Good morning, T/E! Today is Monday, April 11, 2022 and it is NATIONAL ANIMAL CRACKERS DAY. It is also day FIVE of the schedule. Today’s lunch menu includes CHEESE QUESADILLA PIZZA.

     

    The 7th/8th-grade SOAR meeting will be in Mr. Boukalik's room on Tuesday, April 19th, during the fourth period. Members should bring a lunch. Please contact Mr. Boukalik, Dr. Phillips, or Mr. Hardy if you have any questions or concerns.

     

    That’s all the iTEMS we have for today.

    HAVE A MARVELOUS MONDAY, T/E!

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  • Good morning, T/E! Today is Friday, April 8, 2022 and it is NATIONAL ZOO LOVER’S DAY. It is also day FOUR of the schedule. Today’s lunch menu includes INDIVIDUAL PIZZA.

     

     

    Today is the last day to donate for the pie in the face fundraiser. Now to another video for mental health awareness week.

     

     

    That’s all the iTEMS we have for today. Have a great spring break AND…

    HAVE A FANTASTIC FRIDAY, T/E!

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  • Good morning, T/E! Today is Thursday, April 7, 2022 and it is NATIONAL COFFEE CAKE DAY. It is also day THREE of the schedule. Today’s lunch menu includes PENNE PASTA WITH MEAT SAUCE.

     

    SOAR Members should complete and turn in the permission slip for the SLAM training scheduled for Friday, April 8, 2022. Members should let your teachers know that this is an all-day event, and members will plan for all assignments due that day. Contact Mr. Boukalik, Dr. Phillips, or Mr. Hardy if you have any questions or concerns.

     

    Culture Museum Day will take place on Friday, April 29th. All students are invited to participate in this cultural event. Students interested in creating a cultural display, a dance, or leading a world game should contact the following teachers by April 20th: Ms. Elshakhs in Room 120A for Cultural Displays. Dr. Strohmetz in Room 203 for the TEM World of Dance. Mr. Hardy in Room 138 for World Games. 

     

    Now over to a pie in the face video.

     

     

    That’s all the iTEMS we have for today.

    HAVE A THRILLING THURSDAY, T/E!

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  • Good morning, T/E! Today is Wednesday, April 6, 2022 and it is NATIONAL WALKING DAY. It is also day TWO of the schedule. Today’s lunch menu includes CHICKEN TENDERS WITH DIPPING SAUCE.

     

    SOAR Members should complete and turn in the permission slip for the SLAM training scheduled for Friday, April 8, 2022. Members should let your teachers know that this is an all-day event, and members will plan for all assignments due that day. Contact Mr. Boulkalik, Dr. Phillips, or Mr. Hardy if you have any questions or concerns.

     

    The 7th Grade baseball team beat Welsh Valley Middle School on Monday. Brad H, Jason S, and Mikey E combined to pitch a shutout. The team also got big hits from Nolan C, Mikey E, and Lucca L to score some runs in the big win.

     

    Both the 7th and 8th grade girls lacrosse teams scored big wins against Welsh Valley on Monday afternoon.

     

    Now over to a student council announcement.

     

     

    That’s all the iTEMS we have for today.

    HAVE A WALKING WEDNESDAY, T/E!

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  • Good morning, T/E! Today is Tuesday, April 5, 2022 and it is NATIONAL DEEP DISH PIZZA DAY. It is also day ONE of the schedule. Today’s lunch menu includes MEATBALL SUB.

     

    Culture Museum Day will take place on Friday, April 29th. All students are invited to participate in this cultural event. Students interested in creating a cultural display, a dance, or leading a world game should contact the following teachers by April 20th: Mrs. Elshakhs in Room 120A for Cultural Displays. Dr. Strohmetz in Room 203 for the TEM World of Dance. Mr. Hardy in Room 138 for World Games. 

     

    Now over to a Pie in the Face video, followed by a student council announcement and then Mr. Parker’s weekly geography challenge.

     

     

    That’s all the iTEMS we have for today.

    HAVE A TERRIFIC TUESDAY, T/E!

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  • Good morning, T/E! Today is Monday, April 4, 2022 and it is NATIONAL PEANUT BUTTER AND JELLY DAY. It is also day SIX of the schedule. Today’s lunch menu includes OVEN ROASTED CHICKEN.

     

    The 7th and 8th grade girls’ lacrosse teams secured big wins against Haverford last Thursday! The players are back in action at home TODAY against Welsh Valley.

     

    Now over to a Pie in the Face video, followed by a student council announcement.

     

     

    That’s all the iTEMS we have for today.

    HAVE A MARVELOUS MONDAY, T/E!

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  • Good morning, T/E! Today is Friday, April 1, 2022 and it is NATIONAL ONE CENT DAY. It is also day FIVE of the schedule. Today’s lunch menu includes FRENCH BREAD PIZZA.

     

    Beginning Monday, supervised basketball will be offered in the small gym between 7:50 and 8:20 AM. This “Open Gym” will be available to 5th and 6th graders on Mondays and Wednesdays, and 7th and 8th graders on Tuesdays and Thursdays. Anyone interested in participating must enter the school via the front entrance. Students will not be permitted to walk from the back of the school to the small gym before school. Any instance of misbehavior will mean a student is instantly ineligible to participate in “open gym.”

     

    Library books are due TODAY. Please bring your books to the library to return or renew them TODAY.

     

    That’s all the iTEMS we have for today.

    HAVE A FOOLISH FRIDAY, T/E!

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  • Good morning, T/E! Today is Thursday, March 31, 2022 and it is NATIONAL CRAYON DAY. It is also day FOUR of the schedule. Today’s lunch menu includes SOFT CHICKEN TACO WITH TORTILLA.

     

    Culture Museum Day will take place on Friday, April 29th. All students are invited to participate in this cultural event. Students interested in creating a cultural display, a dance, or leading a world game should contact the following teachers by April 20th: Mrs. Elshakhs in Room 120A for Cultural Displays. Dr. Strohmetz in Room 203 for the TEM World of Dance. Mr. Hardy in Room 138 for World Games. 

     

    Beginning Monday, supervised basketball will be offered in the small gym between 7:50 and 8:20 AM. This “Open Gym” will be available to 5th and 6th graders on Mondays and Wednesdays, and 7th and 8th graders on Tuesdays and Thursdays. Anyone interested in participating must enter the school via the front entrance. Students will not be permitted to walk from the back of the school to the small gym before school. Any instance of misbehavior will mean a student is instantly ineligible to participate in “open gym.”

     

    Library books are due this Friday. Please bring books to the library to return or renew them by this Friday.

     

    Now over to a Pie in the Face fundraising video.

    **Video**

     

    That’s all the iTEMS we have for today.

    HAVE A THRILLING THURSDAY, T/E!

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  • Good morning, T/E! Today is Wednesday, March 30, 2022 and it is NATIONAL PENCIL DAY. It is also day THREE of the schedule. Today’s lunch menu includes CHEESE RAVIOLI WITH SPAGHETTI SAUCE.

     

    Shrihan, a 7th grade student, is collecting broken, unused crayons that usually get tossed in trash. He has teamed up with a nonprofit organization where these crayons will be recycled, and then distributed to various Children's hospitals across the USA. Please help him in this endeavor by contributing crayons you no longer use in the collection boxes labeled "My Crayons initiative" that are placed at the front and back entrance of the school. The collection bins will be available until the end of April.

     

    Beginning Monday, April 4, we will supervise basketball in the small gym between 7:50 and 8:20 AM.  This “Open Gym” will be available to 5th and 6th graders on Mondays and Wednesdays, and 7th and 8th graders on Tuesdays and Thursdays.  Anyone interested in participating must enter the school via the front entrance.  Students will not be permitted to walk from the back of the school to the small gym before school.  Any instances of misbehavior will be instantly ineligible to participate in “open gym.”

     

    TEMS sixth, seventh and eighth grade students took part in the Pennsylvania Math League Competition in February. All three grades placed FIRST in the state of Pennsylvania!  The school score is the composition of the top 5 students in each grade. Following are the state rankings for TEMS high scorers. Sixth graders Ethan Q earned the second-place position in PA followed by Asher W in 4th place.  Daqian H placed seventh and Claire L and Fryashti M tied for ninth. In 7th grade Miranda L was TEMS top scorer in third place in the state followed by Dan Z in twelfth.  Other team members were Minsi C, Vishruth V, Tyki A, Yashvi J, Brady L, Connor M and Emily W. In 8th grade Jeffrey W led the 8th grade in 4th place followed by Justin W in 8th and Ryan D, Adhvik M, and Ethan Z tied for 11th place.

     

    It is time for the CHAMPIONSHIP ROUND in the TEMS Library Book Madness. Check the library Schoology group for a link to vote for which book will be named the 2022 CHAMPION. Voting for this round ends Wednesday afternoon. Also, be sure to stop by the library to check out the bracket!

     

    Library books are due this Friday. Please bring your books to the library to return or renew them by this Friday.

     

    Now over to a Pie in the Face fundraising video.

    **Video**

     

    That’s all the iTEMS we have for today.

    HAVE A WONDERFUL WEDNESDAY, T/E!

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  • Good morning, T/E! Today is Tuesday, March 29, 2022 and it is NATIONAL VIETNAM WAR VETERANS DAY. It is also day TWO of the schedule. Today’s lunch menu includes BREADED CHICKEN NUGGETS WITH DIPPING SAUCE.

     

    Culture Museum Day will take place on Friday, April 29th. All students are invited to participate in this cultural event. If you are interested in creating a cultural display, a dance, or leading a world game, please contact the following teachers by April 20th. Mrs. Elshakhs in Room 120A, if you are interested in Cultural Displays. Dr. Strohmetz in Room 203, if you are interested in TEM World of Dance. Mr. Hardy in Room 138, if you are interested in World Games.

     

    "And now for a multicultural minute on Women's History Month from the Multicultural Club..."

     

    The 7th/8th-grade SOAR meeting will be in the Tech Ed classroom 122A TODAY during fourth and fifth periods. Students attending should bring their lunch. Please contact Mr. Boukalik, Dr. Phillips, or Mr. Hardy if you have any questions or concerns.

     

    Shrihan, a 7th grade student, is collecting broken, unused crayons that usually get tossed in trash. He has teamed up with a nonprofit organization where these crayons will be recycled, and then distributed to various Children's hospitals across the USA. Please help him in this endeavor by contributing crayons you no longer use in the collection boxes labeled "My Crayons initiative" that are placed at the front and back entrance of the school. The collection bins will be available until the end of April.

     

    Beginning Monday, April 4, we will supervise basketball in the small gym between 7:50 and 8:20 AM.  This “Open Gym” will be available to 5th and 6th graders on Mondays and Wednesdays, and 7th and 8th graders on Tuesdays and Thursdays.  Anyone interested in participating must enter the school via the front entrance.  Students will not be permitted to walk from the back of the school to the small gym before school.  Any instances of misbehavior will be instantly ineligible to participate in “open gym.”

     

    It is time for the CHAMPIONSHIP ROUND in the TEMS Library Book Madness. Check the library Schoology group for a link to vote for which book will be named the 2022 CHAMPION. Voting for this round ends Wednesday afternoon. Also, be sure to stop by the library to check out the bracket!

     

    Library books are due this Friday. Please bring your books to the library to return or renew them by this Friday.

     

    Now over to Mr. Parker’s Weekly Geography Challenge.  

     

    That’s all the iTEMS we have for today.

    HAVE A THUNDEROUS TUESDAY, T/E!

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  • Good morning, T/E! Today is Monday, March 28, 2022 and it is NATIONAL BLACK FOREST CAKE DAY. It is also day ONE of the schedule. Today’s lunch menu includes PIZZA DIPPERS WITH MARINARA.

     

    Culture Museum Day will take place on Friday, April 29th. All students are invited to participate in this cultural event. If you are interested in creating a cultural display, a dance, or leading a world game, please contact the following teachers by April 20th. Mrs. Elshakhs in Room 120A, if you are interested in Cultural Displays. Dr. Strohmetz in Room 203, if you are interested in TEM World of Dance. Mr. Hardy in Room 138, if you are interested in World Games. 

     

    "And now for a multicultural minute on Women's History Month from the Multicultural Club..."

     

    The 7th/8th-grade SOAR meeting will be in the Tech Ed classroom 122A on Tuesday during fourth and fifth periods. Students attending should bring their lunch. Please contact Mr. Boukalik, Dr. Phillips, or Mr. Hardy if you have any questions or concerns.

     

    Now over to Student Council News.

     

    That’s all the iTEMS we have for today.

    HAVE A MARVELOUS MONDAY, T/E!

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  • Good morning, T/E! Today is Friday, March 25, 2022 and it is NATIONAL MEDAL OF HONOR DAY. It is also day SIX of the schedule. Today’s lunch menu includes INDIVIDUAL PIZZA.

     

    Any student interested in joining the Bible Club should reach out to Dr. Connelly in room 203 for more information.

     

    Any student interested in joining the Keeping Courtyards Clean Club should contact Mrs. Gordon.

     

    It is time for the Final 4 in the TEMS Library Book Madness. Check the library Schoology group for a link to vote for which books will advance championship. Voting for this round ends this afternoon. Be sure to stop by the library to check out the bracket!

     

    Culture Museum Day will take place on Friday, April 29th. All students are invited to participate in this cultural event. If you are interested in creating a cultural display, a dance, or leading a world game, please contact the following teachers by April 20th. Mrs. Elshakhs in Room 120A, if you are interested in Cultural Displays. Dr. Strohmetz in Room 203, if you are interested in TEM World of Dance. Mr. Hardy in Room 138, if you are interested in World Games. 

     

    Now over to Student Council News.

     

    That’s all the iTEMS we have for today.

    HAVE A FANTASTIC FRIDAY, T/E!

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  • Hi, this is Jonah with your Student Council Announcement.


    Thank you to all of the 5th grade HR Reps who attended our meeting this morning.  Please remember to post the flyer about our 5th and 6th grade Social in your HR and talk to them about what activities we will have at the Social.  6th grade Student Council Reps will be coming to all 6th grade HRs next week to explain the social to them. The 5th and 6th grade Social will be on Thursday, April 21st from 3:15-5:00. 

     

    7th and 8th graders- we will be having our first dance in over 2 years.  It is called the Spring Fling and it will be on Friday, May 13th from 7:30-9:30 in the cafeteria and Large Group Room.  We will have more information in the coming weeks!

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  • Good morning, T/E! Today is Thursday, March 24, 2022 and it is NATIONAL CHEESESTEAK DAY. It is also day FIVE of the schedule. Today’s lunch menu includes MACARONI AND CHEESE.

     

    Any student interested in joining the Bible Club should reach out to Dr. Connelly in room 203 for more information.

     

    Reading Olympics will meet today during lunch & activity. Students attending should bring their lunch.

     

    If you are interested in joining the Keeping Courtyards Clean Club, contact Mrs. Gordon.

     

    7th & 8th graders are invited to attend the Multicultural Club today in room 206 during Period 4.  Students may bring lunch and join us for all of lunch and activity period.  New members are always welcome. For questions about the Multicultural club, contact Ms. Elshakhs or Senorita Neto.

     

    It is time for the Final 4 in the TEMS Library Book Madness. Check the library Schoology group for a link to vote for which books will advance championship. Voting for this round ends Friday afternoon. Also, be sure to stop by the library to check out the bracket!

     

    Now over to Student Council News.

     

    That’s all the iTEMS we have for today.

    HAVE A TERRIFIC THURSDAY, T/E!

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  • Good morning, T/E! Today is Wednesday, March 23, 2022 and it is NATIONAL PUPPY DAY. It is also day FOUR of the schedule. Today’s lunch menu includes MINI CORN DOGS.

     

    Any student interested in joining the Bible Club should reach out to Dr. Connelly in room 203 for more information.

     

    Have you misplaced any articles of clothing? Please check the lost and found tables in front of the office and by the gym.  All clothing items left in the lost and found will be donated to charity on Friday.

     

    Any student interested in joining the Dungeons and Dragons club, meetings will be after school on Thursdays in room 145. Permission Forms are in the main office. Contact Mrs. Gordon for more information.

     

    If you are interested in joining the Keeping Courtyards Clean Club, contact Mrs. Gordon.

     

    That’s all the iTEMS we have for today.

    HAVE A WHACKY WEDNESDAY, T/E!

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  • Good morning, T/E! Today is Tuesday, March 22, 2022 and it is NATIONAL WEST VIRGINIA DAY. It is also day THREE of the schedule. Today’s lunch menu includes BEEF RAVIOLI WITH TOMATO SAUCE.

     

    Any student interested in joining the Bible Club should reach out to Dr. Connelly in room 203 for more information.

     

    Have you misplaced any articles of clothing? Please check the lost and found tables in front of the office and by the gym.  All clothing items left in the lost and found will be donated to charity on Friday.

     

    If you are interested in joining the Dungeons and Dragons club, meetings will be after school on Thursdays in room 147. Permission Forms are in the main office. Contact Mrs. Gordon for more information.

     

    That’s all the iTEMS we have for today.

    HAVE A TERRIFIC TUESDAY, T/E!

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  • Good morning, T/E! Today is Monday, March 21, 2022 and it is NATIONAL COMMON COURTESY DAY. It is also day TWO of the schedule. Today’s lunch menu includes CHEESE QUESADILLA PIZZA.

     

    Any student interested in joining the Bible Club should reach out to Dr. Connelly in room 203 for more information.

     

    Have you misplaced any articles of clothing? Please check the lost and found tables in front of the office and by the gym.  All clothing items left in the lost and found will be donated to charity on Friday.

     

    Congratulations to our TEMS participants in the 2022 State MATHCOUNTS Competition.  Eighth graders Lexi L, Chris H, Alexia T, Jeffrey W, Justin W, and Ethan Z.  qualified for the State Competition held last Saturday in Harrisburg.  Over the course of this school year, the students have shown determination, dedication, comradery, and teamwork in their preparation for this event.  They studied tirelessly and displayed enthusiasm and support for one another throughout the process.  Special accolades are in order for Jeffrey W. for his 9th place finish and qualification for the Countdown Round based upon his scores in the individual written rounds.  Jeffrey held his position against the 10th place challenger in a very exciting display of mathematical problem-solving during this one-on-one portion of the competition. 

     

    That’s all the iTEMS we have for today.

    HAVE A MAGICAL MONDAY, T/E!

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  • Good morning, T/E! Today is Friday, March 18, 2022 and it is NATIONAL SLOPPY JOE DAY. It is also day ONE of the schedule. Today’s lunch menu includes PIZZA DIPPERS WITH MARINARA.

     

    Have you misplaced any articles of clothing? Please check the lost and found tables in front of the office and by the gym. All clothing items left in the lost and found will be donated to charity next Friday, March 25th.

     

    Any student interested in joining the Bible Club should reach out to Dr. Connelly in room 203 for more information.

     

    It is time for TEMS Library Book Madness. Check the library Schoology group for a link to vote in the Sweet 16 of library books. Voting for this round ends Friday afternoon. Also, be sure to stop by the library to check out the bracket.

     

    Here’s news from your Student Council:

     

    Thank you to everyone who participated in our March Madness Spirit Day! Teachers…this a reminder to enter the names of those in your HR who participated into the raffle. Remember that the most spirited in your HR gets TWO Raffle tickets. Student Council will choose a winner and announce the winner of the $20 gift card to DICK’s Sporting Goods at the end of the day.

    Don’t forget the TEMS RED CROSS CLUB will be selling soft pretzels for $2 each and juice for $1 each during all activity periods today. They will be sold outside by the gym doors. All proceeds will go to the international Red Cross and their support of the many refugees in Eastern Europe.

    Fifth grade HR Reps…we will be having our next HR Rep meeting next Friday, March 25th at 8am in the Large Group Room. We will be discussing the details of upcoming 5th and 6th grade Social, which will be on Thursday, April 21st.)

     

    That’s all the iTEMS we have for today.

    HAVE A FANTASTIC FRIDAY, T/E!

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  • Good morning, T/E! Today is Thursday, March 17, 2022 and it is ST. PATRICK’S DAY. It is also day SIX of the schedule. Today’s lunch menu includes SOFT CHICKEN TACO WITH TORTILLA.

     

    Anyone who would like to help support the estimated two million men, women, and children who have fled their homeland in Eastern Europe, should consider buying a packet of sunflower seeds TOMORROW morning before school. Tables will be set up in the Lobby and Back Entrance of the school. A $5 donation will go to the International Rescue Committee which is providing essential supplies to the refugees.

     

    For those students interested in beautifying the TEMS courtyards, then the KCC Club is for you. Be prepared to get your hands dirty while having some fun making the TEMS courtyards clean and beautiful. The club will meet every Wednesday after school from 3:15 to 4:15. The first meeting will be held next Wednesday, March 23rd in room 123. Permission forms are available online and in the main office. Please see Ms. Grimwood or Mrs. Gordon with any questions.  

     

    Now over to Student Council news.

     

    That’s all the iTEMS we have for today.

    HAVE A THRILLING THURSDAY, T/E!

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  • Good morning, T/E! Today is Wednesday, March 16, 2022 and it is NATIONAL PANDA DAY. It is also day FIVE of the schedule. Today’s lunch menu includes BREADED CHICKEN CHUNKS AND DINNER ROLL.

     

    Anyone who would like to help support the estimated two million men, women, and children who have fled their homeland in Eastern Europe, should consider buying a packet of sunflower seeds Friday morning before school. Tables will be set up in the Lobby and Back Entrance of the school. A $5 donation will go to the International Rescue Committee which is providing essential supplies to the refugees.

     

    Now over to Student Council news.

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    That’s all the iTEMS we have for today.

    HAVE A WILD WEDNESDAY, T/E!

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  • Good morning, T/E! Today is Tuesday, March 15, 2022 and it is NATIONAL SHOE THE WORLD DAY. It is also day FOUR of the schedule. Today’s lunch menu includes PULLED PORK SANDWICH ON A KAISER ROLL.

     

    Anyone who would like to help support the estimated two million men, women, and children who have fled their homeland in Eastern Europe, should consider buying a packet of sunflower seeds tomorrow or Friday morning before school. Tables will be set up in the Lobby and Back Entrance of the school. Your $5 donation will go to the International Rescue Committee which is providing essential supplies to the refugees.

     

    Reading Olympics will meet today during 5th/6th grade lunch and activity in room 111. Students should bring their lunches to the meeting.

     

    SOAR Members should plan to attend the meeting TODAY to continue the journey. The 7th/8th-grade SOAR meeting will be held in room 4, the Family Consumer Science Room during lunch and activity period. SOAR members should bring their lunches to the meeting.

     

    Now for Mr. Parker’s Geography Challenge.

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    That’s all the iTEMS we have for today.

    HAVE A TERRIFIC TUESDAY, T/E!

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  • Good morning, T/E! Today is Monday, March 14, 2022 and it is NATIONAL POTATO CHIP DAY. It is also day THREE of the schedule. Today’s lunch menu includes CHEESE QUESADILLA PIZZA.

    Anyone who would like to help support the estimated two million men, women, and children who have fled their homeland in Eastern Europe, should consider buying a packet of sunflower seeds on Wednesday or Friday morning before school. Tables will be set up in the Lobby and Back Entrance of the school. Your $5 donation will go to the International Rescue Committee which is providing essential supplies to the refugees.

    That’s all the iTEMS we have for today.

    HAVE A MANIC MONDAY, T/E!

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  • Good morning, T/E! Today is Friday, March 11, 2022 and it is NATIONAL JOHNNY APPLESEED DAY. It is also day TWO of the schedule. Today’s lunch menu includes INDIVIDUAL PIZZA.

     

    Spring sport athletes are reminded to have all required paperwork in order to participate this spring.

     

    That’s all the iTEMS we have for today.

    HAVE A FANTASTIC FRIDAY, T/E!

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  • Good morning, T/E! Today is Thursday, March 10, 2022 and it is NATIONAL BLUEBERRY POPOVER DAY. It is also day FOUR of the schedule. Today’s lunch menu includes PENNE PASTA WITH MEAT SAUCE.

     

    7th & 8th graders are invited to attend the Multicultural Club TODAY in room 206 during Period 4 lunch and activity.  Students may bring lunch and join the meeting for all of 4th period.  New members are always welcome. For questions about the Multicultural club, contact Ms. Elshakhs or Senorita Neto.

     

    That’s all the iTEMS we have for today.

    HAVE A THRILLING THURSDAY, T/E!

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  • Good morning, T/E! Today is Wednesday, March 9, 2022 and it is NATIONAL CRABMEAT DAY. It is also day THREE of the schedule. Today’s lunch menu includes CHICKEN TENDERS WITH A DINNER ROLL WITH DIPPING SAUCE.

     

    7th & 8th graders are invited to attend the Multicultural Club on Thursday in room 206 during Period 4 lunch and activity.  Students may bring lunch and join the meeting for all of 4th period.  New members are always welcome. For questions about the Multicultural club, contact Ms. Elshakhs or Senorita Neto.

     

    After the exciting South Asia multiple choice quiz, Mr. Parker has figured out how to share the correct Geo video for this week. Here it is.

    **video**

     

    That’s all the iTEMS we have for today.

    HAVE A WILD WEDNESDAY, T/E!

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  • Good morning, T/E! Tuesday, March 8, 2022 and it is NATIONAL PROOFREADING DAY. It is also day FIVE of the schedule. Today’s lunch menu includes a MEATBALL SUB.

     

    Spring sports meetings continue this week for 7th and 8th graders. Girls’ lacrosse will meet during activity period in the small gym TODAY. Baseball also meets TODAY during activity in room 161. Those interested in track should join the Schoology Track Group and attend the first practice next Monday, March 14. This information is also posted outside the Main Office on the Athletics Bulletin Board. All paperwork must be completed to participate in any spring sport.

     

    That’s all the iTEMS we have for today.

    HAVE A TIP-TOP TUESDAY, T/E!

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  • Good morning, T/E! Monday, March 7, 2022 and it is NATIONAL CEREAL DAY. It is also day FOUR of the schedule. Today’s lunch menu includes OVEN-ROASTED CHICKEN.

     

    Spring sports meetings continue this week for 7th and 8th graders. Girls’ lacrosse will meet during activity period in the small gym TOMORROW. Baseball meets TOMORROW during activity in room 161. Those interested in track should join the Schoology Track Group and attend the first practice next Monday, March 14. This information is also posted outside the main office on the Athletics Bulletin Board. All paperwork needs to be in to participate in any spring sport.

     

    That’s all the iTEMS we have for today.

    HAVE A MAGNIFICENT MONDAY, T/E!

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  • Good morning, T/E! Today is Friday, March 4, 2022 and it is NATIONAL GRAMMAR DAY. It is also day THREE of the schedule. Today’s lunch menu includes FRENCH BREAD PIZZA.

     

    Spring sports meetings begin this week for 7th and 8th graders interested in participating. Girls lacrosse will meet during activity period in the small gym TODAY. Baseball meet during activity period in room 161 on Tuesday. 7th and 8th graders interested in joining track should join the Schoology Track Group and attend the first practice on Monday, March 14. These are posted on the Athletics Bulletin Board outside the main office, as well. All paperwork needs to be in in order to participate in any spring sport.         

     

    Library books are due TODAY. Please bring your books to the library to return or renew them TODAY.

     

    That’s all the iTEMS we have for today.

    HAVE A FANTASTIC FRIDAY, T/E!

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  • Good morning, T/E! Today is Thursday, March 3, 2022 and it is NATIONAL COLD CUTS DAY. It is also day TWO of the schedule. Today’s lunch menu includes SOFT CHICKEN TACO WITH TORTILLA.

     

    Spring sports meetings begin this week for 7th and 8th graders interested in participating. Boys’ lacrosse will meet in room 208 during activity period TODAY. Girls lacrosse will meet during activity period in the small gym TOMORROW. Softball will meet in room 111 at 8:00 AM TOMORROW morning. Baseball meet during activity period in room 161 on Tuesday. 7th and 8th graders interested in joining track should join the Schoology Track Group and attend the first practice on Monday, March 14. These are posted on the Athletics Bulletin Board outside the main office, as well. All paperwork needs to be in in order to participate in any spring sport.         

     

    Library books are due TOMORROW. Please bring your books to the library to return or renew them by TOMORROW.

     

    And now to a Book Love announcement.

    *video*

     

    That’s all the iTEMS we have for today.

    HAVE A THRILLING THURSDAY, T/E!

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  • Good morning, T/E! Today is Wednesday, March 2, 2022 and it is NATIONAL BANANA CREAM PIE DAY. It is also day ONE of the schedule. Today’s lunch menu includes CHEESE RAVIOLI WITH SPAGHETTI SAUCE.

     

    Spring sports meetings will be beginning this week for 7th and 8th graders interested in participating. On Thursday, boys’ lacrosse will meet in room 208 during activity period. On Friday, girls lacrosse will meet during activity period in the small gym. Softball will meet in room 111 at 8:00 AM on Friday morning. Next Tuesday, March 8 will have baseball meet during activity period in room 161. 7th and 8th graders interested in joining track should join the Schoology Track Group and attend the first practice on Monday, March 14. These are posted on the Athletics Bulletin Board outside the main office, as well. All paperwork needs to be in in order to participate in any spring sport.         

     

    Library books are due this Friday. Please bring your books to the library to return or renew them by this Friday.

     

    SOAR Members should plan to attend the SOAR meeting to continue the journey. The 7th/8th-grade SOAR meeting will be held TODAY in the Family Consumer Science Room 4 during lunch and activity period. Attendees should bring a lunch.

     

    That’s all the iTEMS we have for today.

    HAVE A WILD WEDNESDAY, T/E!

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  • Good morning, T/E! Today is Tuesday, March 1, 2022 and it is NATIONAL PEANUT BUTTER LOVER’S DAY. It is also day SIX of the schedule. Today’s lunch menu includes BREADED CHICKEN CHUNKS WITH DIPPING SAUCE.

     

    The Technology Engineering Design Club will be starting back up TODAY. This is for existing club members only. Please be sure to have a ride ready to pick you up sharply at 4pm. Please see Mr. Mumford for questions.

     

    Spring sports meetings will be beginning this week for 7th and 8th graders interested in participating. On Thursday, boys’ lacrosse will meet in room 208 during activity period. On Friday, girls lacrosse will meet during activity period in the small gym. Softball will meet in room 111 at 8:00 AM on Friday morning. Next Tuesday, March 8 will have baseball meet during activity period in room 161. Boys and Girls Track will have their first meeting and practice on Monday, March 14 after school in the Large Group Room. These are posted on the Athletics Bulletin Board outside the main office, as well.         

     

    The following students have qualified for the State MATHCOUNTS Competition: Christopher H, Lexi L, Alexia T, Jeffrey W, Justin W, Justin W, and Ethan Z. The competition will be in Harrisburg on March 18th and 19th. 

     

    Library books are due this Friday. Please bring your books to the library to return or renew them by this Friday.

     

    SOAR Members should plan to attend the SOAR meeting to continue the journey. The 7th/8th-grade SOAR meeting will be held in the Family Consumer Science Room 4 on Wednesday, March 2nd, during lunch and activity period. Attendees should bring a lunch.

     

    That’s all the iTEMS we have for today.

    HAVE A TERRIFIC TUESDAY, T/E!

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  • Good morning, T/E! Today is Monday, February 28, 2022 and it is NATIONAL CHOCOLATE SOUFFLE DAY. It is also day FIVE of the schedule. Today’s lunch menu includes PIZZA DIPPERS WITH MARINARA.

     

    The Technology Engineering Design Club is starting back up TOMORROW. This is for existing club members only. Please be sure to have a ride ready to pick you up sharply at 4pm. Please see Mr. Mumford for questions.

     

    Anyone interested in playing 7th or 8th grade girls lacrosse this spring should attend an informational meeting this Friday in the Small Gym during Activity period.

     

    February is Black History Month. It is a month dedicated to recognizing the contributions of African Americans in American History. All month we will be highlighting African Americans whose contributions in science, math, technology, engineering, the arts, sports, and politics have helped to shape what America is today.

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    That’s all the iTEMS we have for today.

    HAVE A MARVELOUS MONDAY, T/E!

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  • Good morning, T/E! Today is Friday, February 25, 2022 and it is NATIONAL CLAM CHOWDER DAY. It is also day FOUR of the schedule.

     

    The Technology Engineering Design Club will be starting back up on March 1. This is for existing club members only. Please be sure to have a ride ready to pick you up sharply at 4pm. Please see Mr. Mumford for questions.

     

    The book love donation drive finishes on Monday. Students can help by bringing in a book or two or ten! Please drop them off at the boxes at any entrance in the school.  Help reach the goal and share books to students who need them in Philadelphia.

     

    February is Black History Month. It is a month dedicated to recognizing the contributions of African Americans in American History. All month we will be highlighting African Americans whose contributions in science, math, technology, engineering, the arts, sports, and politics have helped to shape what America is today.

    ***video***

     

     

    That’s all the iTEMS we have for today.

    HAVE A FANTASTIC FRIDAY, T/E!

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  • Good morning, T/E! Today is Thursday, February 24, 2022 and it is NATIONAL TORTILLA CHIP DAY. It is also day THREE of the schedule. Today’s lunch menu includes CHEESESTEAK SANDWICH.

     

    The Technology Engineering Design Club will be starting back up on March 1. This is for existing club members only. Please be sure to have a ride ready to pick you up sharply at 4pm. Please see Mr. Mumford for questions.

     

    The book love donation drive finishes this Monday, February 28. As of yesterday, 664 books were needed to reach the goal.  Students can help by bringing in a book or two or ten! Please drop them off at the boxes at any entrance in the school.  Help reach the goal and share books to students who need them in Philadelphia.

     

    February is Black History Month. It is a month dedicated to recognizing the contributions of African Americans in American History. All month we will be highlighting African Americans whose contributions in science, math, technology, engineering, the arts, sports, and politics have helped to shape what America is today.

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    That’s all the iTEMS we have for today.

    HAVE A TERRIFIC THURSDAY, T/E!

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  • Good morning, T/E! Today is Wednesday, February 23, 2022 and it is NATIONAL BANANA BREAD DAY. It is also day TWO of the schedule. Today’s lunch menu includes MACARONI AND CHEESE.

     

    The Technology Engineering Design Club will be starting back up on March 1. This is for existing club members only. Please be sure to have a ride ready to pick you up sharply at 4pm. Please see Mr. Mumford for questions.

     

    TEMS Math League members achieved high scores on the Grade Level Math League Contest. Outstanding 6th grade scores were earned by Ethan Q, Asher W, Daqian H, Claire L and Fryashti M.  Miranda L, Dan Z, Minsi C and Vignesh V topped the charts in 7th grade.   8th grade high scorers were Jeffrey W, Justin W, Ryan D, Adhvik M, Ethan Z, Avi G, Lexi L and Alexia T.

     

    The book love donation drive finishes this Monday, February 28.  664 books are needed to reach our goal.  Students can help by bringing in a book or two or ten! Please drop them off at the boxes at any entrance in the school.  Help reach the goal and share books to students who need them in Philadelphia.

     

    February is Black History Month. It is a month dedicated to recognizing the contributions of African Americans in American History. All month we will be highlighting African Americans whose contributions in science, math, technology, engineering, the arts, sports, and politics have helped to shape what America is today.

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    That’s all the iTEMS we have for today.

    HAVE A WONDERFUL WEDNESDAY, T/E!

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  • Good morning, T/E! Today is Tuesday, February 22, 2022 and it is NATIONAL COOK A SWEET POTATO DAY. It is also day ONE of the schedule. Today’s lunch menu includes PENNE PASTA WITH MEAT SAUCE.

     

    Anyone interested in participating on stage crew for the 2022 All-School Musical, Disney’s Beauty & the Beast Jr, should attend a very brief informational meeting tomorrow morning, Wednesday, February 23rd, at 8:15 in room 4.  Please see or message Mrs. Bortz with any questions.

     

    February is Black History Month. It is a month dedicated to recognizing the contributions of African Americans in American History. All month we will be highlighting African Americans whose contributions in science, math, technology, engineering, the arts, sports, and politics have helped to shape what America is today.

    ***video***

     

    That’s all the iTEMS we have for today.

    HAVE A TERRIFIC TUESDAY, T/E!

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  • Good morning, T/E! Today is Friday, February 18, 2022 and it is NATIONAL BATTERY DAY. It is also day SIX of the schedule. Today’s lunch menu includes PIZZA.  

     

    February is Black History Month. It is a month dedicated to recognizing the contributions of African Americans in American History. All month we will be highlighting African Americans whose contributions in science, math, technology, engineering, the arts, sports, and politics have helped to shape what America is today.

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    That’s all the iTEMS we have for today.

    HAVE A FABULOUS FRIDAY, T/E!

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  • Good morning, T/E! Today is Thursday, February 17, 2022 and it is NATIONAL RANDOM ACTS OF KINDNESS DAY. It is also day FIVE of the schedule. Today’s lunch menu includes Soft Chicken Taco with a Tortilla.

     

    February is Black History Month. It is a month dedicated to recognizing the contributions of African Americans in American History. All month we will be highlighting African Americans whose contributions in science, math, technology, engineering, the arts, sports, and politics have helped to shape what America is today.

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    That’s all the iTEMS we have for today.

    HAVE A THUNDEROUS THURSDAY, T/E!

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  • Good morning, T/E! Today is Wednesday, February 16, 2022 and it is NATIONAL ALMOND DAY. It is also day FOUR of the schedule. Today’s lunch menu includes FRENCH TOAST STIX WITH SAUSAGE PATTY.  

     

    The 8th grade boys’ basketball team finished off a successful season with a decisive victory vs Valley Forge on Monday. Led by captains Rowan M. and Charlie R., the team finished with a 7-2 record. Players are reminded that uniform collection and pizza party is Thursday.

     

    February is Black History Month. It is a month dedicated to recognizing the contributions of African Americans in American History. All month we will be highlighting African Americans whose contributions in science, math, technology, engineering, the arts, sports, and politics have helped to shape what America is today.

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    Now over to Student Council News.

     

    That’s all the iTEMS we have for today.

    HAVE A WILD WEDNESDAY, T/E!

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  • Good morning, T/E! Today is Tuesday, February 15, 2022 and it is NATIONAL GUMDROP DAY. It is also day THREE of the schedule. Today’s lunch menu includes BREADED CHICKEN CHUNKS WITH DIPPING SAUCE.

     

    Due to unforeseen circumstances, the Conestoga Studio Art Seniors will not be able to visit TEMS today (Tuesday, February 15th), to speak to students during 8th grade lunch activity. If you have any further questions about the program, please see Ms. Turner, Mr. Humbert, or Mrs. Flint.

     

    T/EMS 8th graders Leo B., Chris H., Jeffrey W., Justin W. and Ethan Z. earned high scores on the February High School Level Math League. This contest is a series of six tests taken one per month. Cumulative scores through the fourth test place TEMS 2nd to Conestoga among Chester County high schools.

     

    The next 7th/8th-grade SOAR meeting will be held in the Family Consumer Science Room 4 TODAY during lunch and activity period. Please bring your lunch. Please see Dr. Phillips, Mr. Boukalik, or Mr. Hardy if you have any questions or concerns.

     

    February is Black History Month. It is a month dedicated to recognizing the contributions of African Americans in American History. All month we will be highlighting African Americans whose contributions in science, math, technology, engineering, the arts, sports, and politics have helped to shape what America is today.

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    Now over to Student Council News.

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    That’s all the iTEMS we have for today.

    HAVE A TERRIFIC TUESDAY, T/E!

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  • Good morning, T/E! Today is Monday, February 14, 2022 and it is NATIONAL FERRIS WHEEL DAY. It is also day TWO of the schedule. Today’s lunch menu includes PIZZA DIPPERS WITH MARINARA.  

     

    8th grade students who are interested in the studio art program at Conestoga High School may attend a meet-and-greet with Conestoga Students who are currently in the program. The Conestoga students will be at TEMS this week to share their work and answer questions about their experience. The visit will take place during 8th grade Activity and will most likely be tomorrow in Mr. Humbert’s art room.

     

    The next 7th/8th-grade SOAR meeting will be held in the Family Consumer Science Room 4 tomorrow during lunch and activity period. Please bring your lunch and prepare to continue the journey. Please see Dr. Phillips, Mr. Boukalik, or Mr. Hardy if you have any questions or concerns.

     

    February is Black History Month. It is a month dedicated to recognizing the contributions of African Americans in American History. All month we will be highlighting African Americans whose contributions in science, math, technology, engineering, the arts, sports, and politics have helped to shape what America is today.

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    Now over to Student Council News.

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    That’s all the iTEMS we have for today.

    HAVE A MAGICAL MONDAY, T/E!

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  • Good morning, T/E! Today is Friday, February 11, 2022 and it is NATIONAL INVENTORS’ DAY. It is also day ONE of the schedule. Today’s lunch menu includes PIZZA.  

     

    8th grade students who are interested in the studio art program at Conestoga High School may attend a meet and greet with Conestoga Students who are currently in the program.  The Conestoga students will be at TEMS next week to share their work and answer questions about their experience. An announcement will be made shorty about the exact day.  The visit will take place during 8th grade activity and will most likely be on Tuesday in Mr. Humbert’s art room.

     

    Both the 7th and 8th grade girls’ basketball teams came up with big wins against Valley Forge on Thursday! On Wednesday, the 8th grade girls’ basketball team defeated ET Richardson Middle school. It was an all-around team win. The girls close out the season today with a home game against Chester Upland.

     

    February is Black History Month. It is a month dedicated to recognizing the contributions of African Americans in American History. All month we will be highlighting African Americans whose contributions in science, math, technology, engineering, the arts, sports, and politics have helped to shape what America is today.

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    Now over to Student Council News.

     

    That’s all the iTEMS we have for today.

    HAVE A FANTASTIC FRIDAY, T/E!

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  • Good morning, T/E! Today is Thursday, February 10, 2022 and it is NATIONAL UMBRELLA DAY. It is also day SIX of the schedule. Today’s lunch menu includes CHEESESTEAK SANDWICH.  

     

     

    The multicultural club is inviting all 7th and 8th grade students TODAY to Senorita Neto’s room 206 during activity to celebrate the Lunar new year. Students can join in by creating Chinese lanterns which symbolize vitality and good luck.

     

     

    8th grade students who are interested in the studio art program at Conestoga High School may attend a meet and greet with Conestoga Students who are currently in the program.  The Conestoga students will be at TEMS next week to share their work and answer questions about their experience. An announcement will be made shorty about the exact day.  The visit will take place during 8th grade activity and will most likely be on Tuesday in Mr. Humbert’s art room.

     

     

    February is Black History Month. It is a month dedicated to recognizing the contributions of African Americans in American History. All month we will be highlighting African Americans whose contributions in science, math, technology, engineering, the arts, sports, and politics have helped to shape what America is today.

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    Now over to Student Council News.

     

    That’s all the iTEMS we have for today.

    HAVE A THRILLING THURSDAY, T/E!

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  • Good morning, T/E! Today is Wednesday, February 9, 2022 and it is NATIONAL PIZZA DAY. It is also day FIVE of the schedule. Today’s lunch menu includes MEATBALL SUB.  

     

    The 8th grade boys’ basketball team continued their strong season with a convincing win over Radnor on Monday. The key bucket late in the game was made by Teddy M. to stop a late Radnor rally. Here is footage of Teddy’s crucial shot.

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    The 7th and 8th grade girls basketball teams secured big wins against Radnor on Monday afternoon! The girls are back in action at home TODAY against ET Richardson.

     

     

    The multicultural club is inviting all 7th and 8th grade students this Thursday, February 10th to Senorita Neto’s room 206 during activity to celebrate the Lunar new year. Students can join in by creating Chinese lanterns which symbolize vitality and good luck.

     

     

    The TEMS Wrestling team had their final match of the season yesterday vs Strath Haven. The Bulldogs did not come away with the victory, but the team wrestled tough, just couldn’t get enough points for the win. Earning points for the Bulldogs were Steven W, Colin C, and Quinn L. Today the team will celebrate the season after school in the Large Group Room. Wrestlers should remember to bring all of their school issued equipment to be turned in.

     

     

    February is Black History Month. It is a month dedicated to recognizing the contributions of African Americans in American History. All month we will be highlighting African Americans whose contributions in science, math, technology, engineering, the arts, sports, and politics have helped to shape what America is today.

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    Now over to Student Council News and a Book Love video.

     

    That’s all the iTEMS we have for today.

    HAVE A WHACKY WEDNESDAY, T/E!

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  • Good morning, T/E! Today is Tuesday, February 8, 2022 and it is NATIONAL KITE FLYING DAY. It is also day FOUR of the schedule. Today’s lunch menu includes PENNE PASTA WITH MEAT SAUCE.  

     

    The TEMS Wrestling team participated in the South Eastern PA Middle school wrestling tournament this past weekend. The Tournament had over 500 participants from all over the area. The Bulldogs had 12 wrestlers enter the tournament. Congratulations to Steven W who came home the champion of the 117lb weight class. Bryce G finished in the top 16 of his 110lb weight class, Colin C finished in the top 8 of his 122lb weight class, and Hyrum U also finished in the top 16 of his 192lb weight class.  On Tuesday, the wrestling team will finish the season at Strath Haven.

     

    February is Black History Month. It is a month dedicated to recognizing the contributions of African Americans in American History. All month we will be highlighting African Americans whose contributions in science, math, technology, engineering, the arts, sports, and politics have helped to shape what America is today.

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    Now over to Student Council News and Mr. Parker’s weekly geography challenge.

     

    That’s all the iTEMS we have for today.

    HAVE A THUNDEROUS TUESDAY, T/E!

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  • Good morning, T/E! Today is Monday, February 7, 2022 and it is NATIONAL SEND A CARD TO A FRIEND DAY. It is also day THREE of the schedule. Today’s lunch menu includes CHICKEN TENDERS W/ DIPPING SAUCE.  

     

    The Bulldog wrestling team faced a tough Springton Lake wrestling team Thursday losing a very close match. Earning points for the Bulldogs was Bailey B, Steven W, Colin C, Jake F, Quinn L, and Matthew S.

     

    February is Black History Month. It is a month dedicated to recognizing the contributions of African Americans in American History. All month we will be highlighting African Americans whose contributions in science, math, technology, engineering, the arts, sports, and politics have helped to shape what America is today.

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    February is also Book Love month here at TEMS. Here’s information on how to donate.

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    That’s all the iTEMS we have for today.

    HAVE A MAGNIFICENT MONDAY, T/E!

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  • Good morning, T/E! Today is Friday, February 4, 2022 and it is NATIONAL HOMEMADE SOUP DAY. It is also day TWO of the schedule. Today’s lunch menu includes Pizza.

      

    Congratulations to both the 7th and 8th grade girls’ basketball teams on their wins against Springton Lake! The girls are back in action at home on Wednesday vs. E.T. Richardson.

     

    February is Black History Month. It is a month dedicated to recognizing the contributions of African Americans in American History. All month we will be highlighting African Americans whose contributions in science, math, technology, engineering, the arts, sports, and politics have helped to shape what America is today. Stay tuned for our segment on moments in Black History…

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    February is also Book Love month here at TEMS. Here’s information on how to donate.

     

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    That’s all the iTEMS we have for today.

    HAVE A fantastic FRIDAY, T/E!

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  • Good morning, T/E! Today is Thursday, February 3, 2022 and it is NATIONAL WOMEN PHYSICIANS DAY. It is also day ONE of the schedule. Today’s lunch menu includes SOFT CHICKEN TACO with a TORTILLA.  

     

    Library books are due TOMORROW. Students should bring borrowed books to the library to return or renew them by TOMORROW.

     

    SOAR meets in the Family Consumer Science Room, Room 4, TOMORROW during lunch and activity time for 7th and 8th graders. The meeting will last through lunch and activity, so students should buy or bring lunch at the beginning of the period. Please see Dr. Phillips, Mr. Boukalik, or Mr. Hardy if you have any questions.

     

    That’s all the iTEMS we have for today.

    HAVE A THOUGHTFUL THURSDAY, T/E!

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  • Good morning, T/E! Today is Wednesday, February 2, 2022 and it is NATIONAL GROUNDHOG DAY. It is also day SIX of the schedule. Today’s lunch menu includes French Toast Stix with a Sausage Patty.

     

    The 5th and 6th Grade African American Student Union will meet today, Wednesday, February 2nd, during 5th period in Room 211. 

     

    Library books are due this Friday. Students should bring borrowed books to the library to return or renew them by this Friday.

     

    Speaking of books, do you know about T/E Book Love? Here’s Dr. McDermott with what you need to know.

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    Now for this week’s Geography Challenge.

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    That’s all the iTEMS we have for today.

    HAVE A Wonderful Wednesday, T/E!

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  • Good morning, T/E! Today is Monday, January 31, 2022 and it is NATIONAL Inspire Your Heart with Art DAY. It is also day FIVE of the schedule. Today’s lunch menu includes Pizza Dippers w/Marinara sauce.   

     

    The Bulldog wrestling team lost our match against Valley Forge on Friday. The team wrestled hard and represented the school well, earning points for the Bulldogs were Lucca L, Thomas M, and Aaron G. The teams next match will be Home vs Springton Lake on Thursday February 3rd. Come on out and support your Bulldogs!

    That’s all the iTEMS we have for today.

    HAVE A Mindful Monday, T/E!

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  • Good morning, T/E! Today is Friday, January 28, 2022 and it is NATIONAL BLUEBERRY PANCAKE DAY. It is also day FOUR of the schedule. Today’s lunch menu includes Pizza.   

     

    On Wednesday afternoon, the 8th grade girls’ basketball team defeated Paxon Hollow Middle School. The team took an early lead and relied on strong defense to secure the win.

     

    That’s all the iTEMS we have for today.

    HAVE A THOUGHTFUL FRIDAY, T/E!

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  • Good morning, T/E! Today is Thursday, January 27, 2022 and it is NATIONAL CHOCOLATE CAKE DAY. It is also day THREE of the schedule. Today’s lunch menu includes Cheesesteak Sandwich.  

     

    The 7/8 AASU and the Multicultural Club will have a joint meeting TODAY during 4th period lunch and activity in the FCS room. Members should bring their lunch as there is a lot to discuss.

     

    The TEMS wrestling team earned its second win of the season yesterday versus Radnor bringing the team’s record to two wins and three losses. Earning wins for the Bulldogs were Bryce G, Calder K, Steven W, Jake F, Quinn L, Matthew S, Chase M, and Hyrum U. The Bulldogs next match will be Friday at Valley Forge.

     

    That’s all the iTEMS we have for today.

    HAVE A THOUGHTFUL THURSDAY, T/E!

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  • Good morning, T/E! Today is Wednesday, January 26, 2022 and it is NATIONAL PEANUT BRITTLE DAY. It is also day TWO of the schedule. Today’s lunch menu includes Macaroni and Cheese.   

     

    On Monday, both the 7th and 8th grade girls’ basketball teams secured wins at home against Ridley Middle School.

     

    That’s all the iTEMS we have for today.

    HAVE A WONDERFUL WEDNESDAY, T/E!

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  • Good morning, T/E! Today is Tuesday, January 25, 2022 and it is NATIONAL OPPOSITE DAY. It is also day ONE of the schedule. Today’s lunch menu includes Penne Pasta with meat sauce.   

     

    The grade level winners competed in the school-wide spelling bee last Thursday, which resulted in a three-way tie between 7th grader Vishruth V. and eighth graders Zac C. and Anwen D. The tiebreaker was held on Friday morning, and our school champion is eighth grader Anwen D. Anwen will go to the Chester County Bee on February 7th. Congratulations to all, and good luck Anwen!

     

    That’s all the iTEMS we have for today.

    HAVE A TERRIFIC TUESDAY, T/E!

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  • Good morning, T/E! Today is Monday, January 24, 2022 and it is NATIONAL COMPLIMENT DAY. It is also day SIX of the schedule. Today’s lunch menu includes Chicken Tenders, Roll and Dipping Sauce.

     

    Any 6th grade student interested in joining Bulldog TV and working with the morning announcements should contact Mr. Mattison or Mr. Nunnelee for more information on how to join the club.

     

    Now for your Student Council news.

     

    That’s all the iTEMS we have for today.

    HAVE A MARVELOUS MONDAY, T/E!

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  • Good morning, T/E! Today is Friday, January 21, 2022 and it is NATIONAL GRANOLA BAR DAY. It is also day FIVE of the schedule. Today’s lunch menu includes Pizza.  

     

    Any 6th grade student interested in joining Bulldog TV and working with the morning announcements should contact Mr. Mattison or Mr. Nunnelee for more information of how to join the club.

     

    The 7th grade girls’ basketball team went on the road yesterday and secured an impressive win over Strath Haven.

     

    That’s all the iTEMS we have for today.

    HAVE A FANTASTIC FRIDAY, TE!

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  • Good morning, T/E! Today is Thursday, January 20, 2022 and it is NATIONAL CHEESE LOVER’S DAY. It is also day FOUR of the schedule. Today’s lunch menu includes Soft Chicken Taco with Tortilla.  

     

    Any 6th grade student interested in joining Bulldog TV and working with the morning announcements should contact Mr. Mattison or Mr. Nunnelee for more information of how to join the club.

     

    Now over to Student Council News.

    That’s all the iTEMS we have for today.

    ENJOY SOME CHEESE WITH PIMENTO IN SACRAMENTO THIS THURSDAY, TE!

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  • Good morning, T/E! Today is Wednesday, January 19, 2022 and it is NATIONAL POPCORN DAY. It is also day THREE of the schedule. Today’s lunch menu includes French Toast Stix with Sausage Patty.  

     

    Any 6th grade student interested in joining Bulldog TV and working with the morning announcements should contact Mr. Mattison or Mr. Nunnelee for more information of how to join the club.

     

    Congratulations to 8th graders Chris H, Jeffrey W and Ethan Z for their high scores on the January High School Level Math League.  This contest is a series of six tests taken one per month.  Cumulative scores through the third test place TEMS 2nd to Conestoga among Chester County high schools. 

     

    Congratulations go to each the following students for their placement as winners of the grade level spelling bees. From 8th Grade: Anwhen D. and Zac C. From 7th Grade: Vishruth V. and Emily W. From 6th Grade: Fryashti M and Vaness X. From 5th Grade: Tiago M. and Aayush A. The winners will compete in the school-wide spelling bee held TOMORROW during 1st period.

     

    Now over to Mr. Parker’s weekly geography challenge followed by Student Council News.

     

    That’s all the iTEMS we have for today.

    HAVE A WONDEFUL WEDNESDAY, TE!

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  • Good morning, T/E! Today is Tuesday, January 18, 2022 and it is NATIONAL THESARUS DAY also known as Synonymous Day.

     

    It is also day TWO of the schedule. Today’s lunch menu includes Breaded Chicken Chunks with Dipping Sauce.

     

    Any 6th grade student interested in joining Bulldog TV and working with the morning announcements should contact Mr. Mattison or Mr. Nunnelee for more information of how to join the club.

     

    Now over to student council news.

     

    That’s all the iTEMS we have for today.

    HAVE A TERRIFIC TUESDAY, T/E!

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  • Good morning, T/E! Today is Thursday, January 13, 2022 and it is NATIONAL RUBBER DUCKY DAY. It is also day SIX of the schedule. Today’s lunch menu includes Cheesesteak Sandwich.

    TEMS will be offering a new club for 7th and 8th graders called SOAR.  SOAR stands for:  Students Organizing Against Racism, and the club will meet every other week during Activity Time.  The program will provide a safe and comfortable environment to develop knowledge and awareness of race and racism, and their roles in society and culture.  If you are interested in joining SOAR, please plan to attend an informational meeting  TODAY in room 4 during your activity period for more information.

    The 7th and 8th Grade AASU will have a planning meeting TODAY in room 3 during lunch/activity. Members attending should bring thoughts and ideas as there will be planning for several upcoming events to celebrate Black History and support students of color all year at TEMS. Students are expected to bring their lunch. There is a lot to discuss.

    The Bulldog Wrestling team earned a hard-fought win against Northley Middle school yesterday in their first home meet of the season. Wrestlers earning points for the team were Bryce G., Ryan M., Colin C., Jake F., Quinn L. and Malvin K. Please come support our Bulldog Team in our next match against Garnet Valley at home today.

    Flower show club is cancelled for today.

    Now over to Student Council news.

    That’s all the iTEMS we have for today.

    HAVE A TERRIFIC THURSDAY, TE!

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  • Good morning, T/E! Today is Wednesday, January 12, 2022 and it is NATIONAL MARZIPAN DAY. It is also day FIVE of the schedule. Today’s lunch menu includes a Meatball Sub.

     

    TEMS will be offering a new club for 7th and 8th graders called SOAR.  SOAR stands for:  Students Organizing Against Racism, and the club will meet every other week during Activity Time.  The program will provide a safe and comfortable environment to develop knowledge and awareness of race and racism, and their roles in society and culture.  If you are interested in joining SOAR, please plan to attend an informational meeting on Thursday, January 13th, in room 4 during your activity period for more information.

     

    The 7th and 8th Grade AASU will have a planning meeting TOMORROW in the Family Consumer Science room during lunch and activity. Members attending should bring thoughts and ideas as there will be planning for several upcoming events to celebrate Black History and support students of color all year at T/EMS. Students are expected to bring their lunch. There is a lot to discuss.

     

    The 8th grade girls’ basketball team improved its record to 2-0 on Monday afternoon. The team was led by outstanding defense. Contributions were made by every player.

     

    Now to a video about the American Red Cross Club.

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    That’s all the iTEMS we have for today.

    HAVE A WONDERFUL WEDNESDAY, TE!

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  • Good morning, T/E! Today is Tuesday, January 11, 2022 and it is NATIONAL MILK DAY. It is also day FOUR of the schedule. Today’s lunch menu includes Penne Pasta w/ Meat Sauce.

    T/EMS will be offering a new club for 7th and 8th graders called SOAR. SOAR stands for:  Students Organizing Against Racism, and the club will meet every other week during Activity Time. The program will provide a safe and comfortable environment to develop knowledge and awareness of race and racism, and their roles in society and culture. If you are interested in joining SOAR, please plan to attend an informational meeting on Thursday, January 13th, in room 4 during your activity period for more information.

    Now to Mr. Parker’s weekly geography challenge.

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    That’s all the iTEMS we have for today.

    HAVE A TERRIFIC TUESDAY, T/E!

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  • Good morning, T/E! Today is Monday, January 10, 2022 and it is NATIONAL BITTERSWEET CHOCOLATE DAY. It is also day THREE of the schedule. Today’s lunch menu includes Chicken Tenders, Dinner Roll w/Dipping Sauce.

     

    As reminder to the Coding, Engineering & Design Club, there will be no meetings until February. Please look to the Schoology group for updates.

     

    The Rubix Cube club will be forming in the new year. It will take place on Mondays from 3:15-4:00 beginning January 24th and is open to any interested student in grades five through eight. Please note that the new start date is January 24. Contact Dr. Smith with any questions.

     

    Now over to a special video.

     

    That’s all the iTEMS we have for today.

    HAVE A MARVELOUS MONDAY, TE!

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  • Good morning, T/E! Today is Thursday, January 6, 2022 and it is NATIONAL TECHNOLOGY DAY. It is also day TWO of the schedule. Today’s lunch menu includes Soft Chicken Taco w/Tortilla.

     

    As reminder to the Coding, Engineering & Design Club, there will be no meetings until February. Please look to the Schoology group for updates.

     

    Library books are due back this Friday. Please bring your books to the library to return or renew them by this Friday.

     

    The Rubix Cube club will be forming in the new year. It will take place on Mondays from 3:15-4:00 beginning January 24th and is open to any interested student in grades five through eight. Please note that the new start date is January 24. Contact Dr. Smith with any questions.

     

    Now over to a special video.

     

    That’s all the iTEMS we have for today.

    HAVE A THOUGHTFUL THURSDAY, TE!

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  • Good morning, T/E! Today is Wednesday, January 5, 2022 and it is NATIONAL BIRD DAY. It is also day ONE of the schedule. Today’s lunch menu includes French Toast Stix w/ Sausage Patty.

     

    The Rubix Cube club will be forming in the new year. It will take place on Mondays from 3:15-4:00 beginning January 10th and is open to any interested student in grades five through eight.  Permission slips are available on the TE middle school website under the activities tab. Interested students should complete the permission slip and return to Dr. Smith in room 212. Email Dr. Smith with any questions.

     

    As reminder to the Coding, Engineering & Design Club, there will be no meetings until February. Please look to the Schoology group for updates.

     

    Library books are due back this Friday. Please bring your books to the library to return or renew them by this Friday.

     

    For this week's Multicultural Minute, the Multicultural club asked students about what traditions they use to celebrate the New Year.  Here are some of their answers.

     

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    That’s all the iTEMS we have for today.

    HAVE A WONDERFUL WEDNESDAY, TE!

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  • Good morning, T/E! Today is Tuesday, January 4, 2022 and it is NATIONAL TRIVIA DAY. It is also day SIX of the schedule. Today’s lunch menu includes Breaded Chicken Chunks w/Dipping Sauce.

     

    The Rubix Cube club will be forming in the new year. It will take place on Mondays from 3:15-4:00 beginning January 10th and is open to any interested student in grades five through eight.  It is a club for those who struggle with Rubix Cubes, along with those with competitive skills. Students will be able to work in different stations where they can time themselves, receive help from fellow students, or race to solve the Rubix Cube. Permission slips are available on the TE middle school website under the activities tab. Interested students should complete the permission slip and return to Dr. Smith in room 212. Email Dr. Smith with any questions.

     

    The newspaper writing club will not meet after school TODAY. Writers should check the Schoology page for an update with more details.

     

    As reminder to the Coding, Engineering & Design Club, there will be no meetings until February. Please look to the Schoology group for updates.

     

    Now to a new weekly feature from Mr. Parker.

     

    That’s all the iTEMS we have for today.

    HAVE A TERRIFIC TUESDAY, TE!

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  • Good morning, T/E! Today is Monday, January 3, 2022 and it is NATIONAL CHOCOLATE COVERED CHERRY DAY. It is also day FIVE of the schedule. Today’s lunch menu includes Pizza Dippers w/Marinara.

     

    The Rubix Cube club will be forming in the new year. It will take place on Mondays from 3:15-4:00 beginning January 10th and is open to any interested student in grades five through eight.  It is a club for those who struggle with Rubix Cubes, along with those with competitive skills. Students will be able to work in different stations where they can time themselves, receive help from fellow students, or race to solve the Rubix Cube. Permission slips are available on the TE middle school website under the activities tab. Interested students should complete the permission slip and return to Dr. Smith in room 212. Email Dr. Smith with any questions.

     

    The newspaper writing club will not meet after school tomorrow. Writers should check the Schoology page for an update with more details.

     

    That’s all the iTEMS we have for today.

    HAVE A MAGNIFICENT MONDAY, TE!

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  • Good morning, T/E! Today is Thursday, December 23, 2021 and it is FESTIVUS. It is also day FOUR of the schedule. Today’s lunch menu includes Cheesesteak Sandwich.

    Conestoga Study Buddies is canceled today.

    The Rubix Cube club begins on January 10th. The club will meet on Mondays from 3:15-4:00 and is open to any student in grades five through eight. It is a club for those who struggle with Rubix Cubes, along with those with competitive skills. Students will be able to work in different stations where they can time themselves, receive help from fellow students, or race to solve the Rubix Cube. Permission slips are available on the school website under the activities tab. Interested students should complete the permission slip and return it to Dr. Smith in room 212. Email Dr. Smith with any questions.

    Now over to Student Council news.

    That’s all the iTEMS we have for today.

    HAVE A WONDERFUL WINTER BREAK, T/E!

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  • Good morning, T/E! Today is Wednesday, December 22, 2021 and it is FOREFATHER’S DAY. It is also day THREE of the schedule. Today’s lunch menu includes BBQ Pork on a Kaiser Roll.

    Conestoga Study Buddies is canceled today and tomorrow.

    The Rubix Cube club begins on January 10th. The club will meet on Mondays from 3:15-4:00 and is open to any interested student in grades five through eight. It is a club for those who struggle with Rubix Cubes, along with those with competitive skills. Students will be able to work in different stations where they can time themselves, receive help from fellow students, or race to solve the Rubix Cube. Permission slips are available on the TE middle school website under the activities tab. Interested students should complete the permission slip and return it to Dr. Smith in room 212. Email Dr. Smith with any questions.

    The 7th and 8th grade girls’ basketball teams both secured victories against Haverford on Monday. The teams play again TODAY at TEMS against Welsh Valley Middle School.

    Now over to Student Council news.

    That’s all the iTEMS we have for today.

    HAVE A WHACKY WEDNESDAY, TE!

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  • Good morning, T/E! Today is Tuesday, December 21, 2021 and it is NATIONAL CROSSWORD PUZZLE DAY. It is also day TWO of the schedule. Today’s lunch menu includes Penne Pasta w/ Meat Sauce.

    Conestoga Study Buddies will be canceled this week, today through Thursday, December 23.

    The newspaper writing club will not meet TODAY. Members should look to Schoology for an update.

    Now over to Student Council news.

    That’s all the iTEMS we have for today.

    HAVE A THRILLING TUESDAY, TE!

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  • Good morning, T/E! Today is Monday, December 20, 2021 and it is NATIONAL GO CAROLING DAY. It is also day ONE of the schedule. Today’s lunch menu includes Chicken Tenders, Dinner Roll w/Dipping Sauce.

    Conestoga Study Buddies will be canceled this week, today through Thursday, December 23.

    The newspaper writing club will not meet TOMORROW. Members should look to Schoology for an update.

    Now over to Student Council news.

    That’s all the iTEMS we have for today.

    HAVE A MANIC MONDAY, TE!

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  • Good morning, T/E! Today is Friday, December 17, 2021 and it is NATIONAL MAPLE SYRUP DAY. It is also day SIX of the schedule. Today’s lunch menu includes Pizza.

     

    Conestoga Study Buddies will be canceled next week, Monday, December 20 through Thursday, December 23.

     

    The newspaper writing club will not meet next week. Members should look to Schoology for an update.

     

    Now over to Student Council news.

     

    That’s all the iTEMS we have for today.

     

    HAVE A FANTASTIC FRIDAY, TE!

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  • Good morning, T/E! Today is Thursday, December 16, 2021 and it is NATIONAL CHOCOLATE-COVERED ANYTHING DAY. It is also day FIVE of the schedule. Today’s lunch menu includes Soft Chicken Taco w/Tortilla.

     

    The Flower Show Club meeting scheduled for TODAY is canceled.

     

    Today during period 4, there will be officer elections for the Multicultural Club in Senorita Neto's room, 206.  New members are always welcome.  Students who want to run for office should post their applications on the Schoology group December 13 post before period 4 today.

     

    Conestoga Study Buddies will be canceled next week, Monday, December 20 through Thursday, December 23.

     

    The newspaper writing club will not meet next week. Members should look to Schoology for an update.

     

    Now over to Student Council news.

     

    That’s all the iTEMS we have for today.

     

    HAVE A THRILLING THURSDAY, TE!

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  • Good morning, T/E! Today is Wednesday, December 15, 2021 and it is NATIONAL CUPCAKE DAY. It is also day FOUR of the schedule. Today’s lunch menu includes French Toast Stix w/ Sausage Patty.

     

    This past weekend the TEMS Wrestling team competed in the Louis H Stopper Wrestling Tournament and the Bulldogs represented TEMS well on and off the mat. Wrestling at 94 pounds, Will D placed 2nd; at 108 pounds Bryce G placed 3rd; at 115 pounds Steven W placed 1st; at 122 pounds Colin C placed 1st; and at 130 pounds Quinn L placed 2nd. The next match for the team will be at Valley Forge Middle on January 5th.

     

    Thursday’s Flower Show Club is canceled.

     

    Now over to Student Council news.

     

    That’s all the iTEMS we have for today.

    HAVE A WILD WEDNESDAY, TE!

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  • Good morning, T/E! Today is Tuesday, December 14, 2021 and it is NATIONAL ALABAMA DAY. It is also day THREE of the schedule. Today’s lunch menu includes Breaded Chicken Chunks w/Dipping Sauce.

    The canned food drive is still going on. Have you thought about bringing in canned items? If not, now is the time. The drive will run through Wednesday of this week.

    Now over to Student Council news.

    That’s all the iTEMS we have for today.

    HAVE A THOUGHTFUL TUESDAY, TE!

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  • Good morning, T/E! Today is Monday, December 13, 2021 and it is NATIONAL VIOLIN DAY. It is also day ONE of the schedule. Today’s lunch menu includes Pizza Dippers w/Marinara.

    The canned food drive is still going on. Have you thought about bringing in canned items? If not, now is the time. The drive will run through Wednesday of this week.

    Here is a special announcement from the T/E Cares holiday drive.

    That’s all the iTEMS we have for today.

    HAVE A MARVELOUS MONDAY, TE!

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  • Good morning, T/E! Today is FRIDAY, DECEMBER 10, 2021, and it is NATIONAL DEWEY DECIMAL SYSTEM DAY. It is also day ONE of the schedule. Today’s lunch menu includes PIZZA.

    The fifth and sixth African American Student Union Club will have its first meeting TODAY during 5th period lunch and activity in Mrs. Johnson's room 211.

    Congratulations to eighth grader Justin W for his high score on the November Math League Contest. Other notable scores were earned by eighth graders Leo B, Ryan D, Lexi L, Jeffrey W, Anthony Z and Ethan Z. After the October Contest, TEMS mathletes were in 2nd place among Chester County High Schools!

    Now over to Student Council news.

    That’s all the iTEMS we have for today.

    HAVE A RELAXING WEEKEND, TE!

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  • Good morning, T/E! Today is THURSDAY, DECEMBER 9, 2021, and it is NATIONAL PASTRY DAY. It is also day SIX of the schedule. Today’s lunch menu includes a CHEESESTEAK SANDWICH.

     

    The 7th and 8th grade African American Student Union Club meets today during 4th period lunch and activity time in the Family Consumer Science room and the 5th and 6th African American Student Union Club Club will have its first meeting tomorrow during 5th period lunch and activity in Mrs. Johnson's room 211.

     

    7th & 8th graders are invited to attend the Multicultural Club meeting today in room 206 with Senorita Neto during Period 4 lunch and activity.  New members are always welcome at the Multicultural Club.

     

    Now over to Student Council news.

     

    That’s all the iTEMS we have for today.

    HAVE A THUNDEROUS THURSDAY, T/E!

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  • Good morning, T/E! Today is WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 8, 2021, and it is NATIONAL BROWNIE DAY. It is also day FIVE of the schedule. Today’s lunch menu includes BARBECUE PORK ON A KAISER ROLL.

     

    The seventh and eighth grade African American Student Union Club will meet on Thursday during 4th period lunch/activity time in the family consumer science room and the fifth and sixth African American Student Union Club club will have its first meeting on Friday during 5th period lunch and activity in Mrs. Johnson's room 211.

     

    Now over to Student Council news.

     

    That’s all the iTEMS we have for today.

    HAVE A WILD WEDNESDAY, TE!

     

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  • Good morning, T/E! Today is TUESDAY, DECEMBER 7, 2021, and it is NATIONAL PEARL HARBOR REMEMBRENCE DAY. It is also day FOUR of the schedule. Today’s lunch menu includes PENNE PASTA WITH MEAT SAUCE.

     

    There will be a Reading Olympics meeting after school TODAY from 3:15 to 4:00 in Room 111. Please bring the book you are currently reading and your laptop.

     

    The 7/8 African American Student Union (AASU) Club will meet this Thursday during 4th period lunch/activity time in the FCS room and the 5/6 AASU club will have its first meeting this Friday during 5th period lunch and activity in Mrs. Johnson's room 211. 

     

    Now over to Student Council news.

     

    That’s all the iTEMS we have for today.

    HAVE A TERRIFIC TUESDAY, TE!

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  • Good morning, T/E! Today is MONDAY, DECEMBER 6, 2021, and it is NATIONAL MICROWAVE OVEN DAY. It is also day THREE of the schedule. Today’s lunch menu includes CHICKEN TENDERS.

     

    There will be a Reading Olympics meeting after school on Tuesday, December 9th from 3:15 to 4:00 in Room 111. Please bring the book you are currently reading and your laptop.

     

    Thank you to all that donated to the TE Care Holiday cleaning supply drive.  Thanks to your generosity, 45 families will get a bag of cleaning supplies to help offset some of the financial burden they may be feeling this holiday season. 

     

    The multicultural club would like to wish all students Season’s Greetings. Enjoy this Multicultural Minute on Hanukkah.

     

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    That’s all the iTEMS we have for today.

    HAVE A MARVELOUS MONDAY, TE!

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  • Good morning, T/E! Today is FRIDAY, DECEMBER 3, 2021 and it is NATIONAL COOKIE DAY. It is also day TWO of the schedule. Today’s lunch menu includes PIZZA.

     

    Students who have early dismissals need to come to the Main Office at their dismissal time. Students may not leave the building by any other entrance.

     

    The Tuesday 5th and 6th grades after school art club will start alternating Tuesdays beginning next club! Fifth grade will go first. The Wednesday 7th and 8th grades after school art club will start alternating Wednesdays beginning next club! Seventh grade will go first.

     

    All library books are due back TODAY. Please bring your books to the library to return or renew them by TODAY.

     

    Mathcounts for 6th grade will begin meeting on Tuesday mornings at 7:30 AM in room 121.  Interested students should report to Mrs. Patek’s room on Tuesday, December 7 for the first meeting.  Please come prepared to work on challenging math problems. 

     

    That’s all the iTEMS we have for today.

    HAVE A WONDERFUL WEEKEND, TE!

     

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  • Good morning, T/E! Today is THURSDAY, DECEMBER 2, 2021 and it is NATIONAL MUTT DAY. It is also day ONE of the schedule. Today’s lunch menu includes SOFT CHICKEN TACO WITH TORTILLA.

     

    Students who have early dismissals need to come to the Main Office at their dismissal time. Students may not leave the building by any other entrance.

     

    The Tuesday 5th and 6th grades after school art club will start alternating Tuesdays beginning next club! Fifth grade will go first. The Wednesday 7th and 8th grades after school art club will start alternating Wednesdays beginning next club! Seventh grade will go first.

     

    All library books are due back TOMORROW. Please bring your books to the library to return or renew them by TOMORROW.

     

    Mathcounts for 6th grade will begin meeting on Tuesday mornings at 7:30 AM in room 121.  Interested students should report to Mrs. Patek’s room on Tuesday, December 7 for the first meeting.  Please come prepared to work on challenging math problems. 

     

    7th and 8th grade TEMS math students have been working hard since the start of the school year learning new methods for solving complex math problems.  Their practices focused on speed as well as accuracy.  This study culminated in the selection of 12 students who will proceed to the next level of MATHCOUNTS Competition.  Congratulations to the following individuals who have qualified to advance to the Chester County MATHCOUNTS Competition to be held in February. 7th graders : Miranda L and Dan Z. 8th graders – Leo B, Ryan D, Chris H, Lexi L, Alexia T, Jeffrey W, Justin W, Vivian W, Anthony Z and Ethan Z.

     

     

    That’s all the iTEMS we have for today.

    HAVE A TERRIFIC THURSDAY, TE!

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  • Good morning, T/E! Today is WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 1, 2021 and it is NATIONAL PIE DAY. It is also day SIX of the schedule. Today’s lunch menu includes FRENCH TOAST STIX WITH SAUSAGE.

     

    Students who have early dismissals need to come to the Main Office at their dismissal time. Students may not leave the building by any other entrance.

     

    The Tuesday 5th and 6th grades after school art club will start alternating Tuesdays beginning next club! Fifth grade will go first. The Wednesday 7th and 8th grades after school art club will start alternating Wednesdays beginning next club! Seventh grade will go first.

     

    All library books are due back this Friday. Please bring your books to the library to return or renew them by this Friday.

     

    Mathcounts for 6th grade will begin meeting on Tuesday mornings at 7:30 AM in room 121.  Interested students should report to Mrs. Patek’s room on Tuesday, December 7 for the first meeting.  Please come prepared to work on challenging math problems. 

     

    Now over to a special announcement and a Student Council update.

     

    That’s all the iTEMS we have for today.

    HAVE A WILD WEDNESDAY, TE!

     

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  • Good morning, T/E! Today is TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 30, 2021 and it is NATIONAL DAY OF GIVING. It is also day FIVE of the schedule. Today’s lunch menu includes BREADED CHICKEN WITH DIPPING SAUCE.

     

    Students who have early dismissals need to come to the Main Office at their dismissal time. Students may not leave the building by any other entrance.

     

    The Tuesday 5th and 6th grades after school art club will start alternating Tuesdays beginning next club! Fifth grade will go first. The Wednesday 7th and 8th grades after school art club will start alternating Wednesdays beginning next club! Seventh grade will go first.

     

    Now over to a special announcement from TE Cares.  

     

    That’s all the iTEMS we have for today.

    HAVE A GIVING TUESDAY, TE!

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  • Good morning, T/E! Today is TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 23, 2021 and it is NATIONAL CASHEW DAY. It is also day FOUR of the schedule.

     

    Students should check the lost and found for any items that may be missing. The school will be donating any items not claimed by Thanksgiving break.

     

    The Multicultural Club invites you to celebrate Thanksgiving by sharing one thing that you are grateful for.  Students will visit during lunch periods with paper on which you can write one positive thing that you are grateful for.  The messages will decorate a bulletin board at the entrance to the school.  Gratitude and the act of giving thanks can remind us of all that we do have.  It can also remind us to be generous with others in need.  The Multicultural Club wishes everyone a Happy Thanksgiving.

     

    Students who have early dismissals need to come to the Main Office at their dismissal time. Students may not leave the building by any other entrance.

     

    The Tuesday 5th and 6th grades after school art club will start alternating Tuesdays beginning next club! Fifth grade will go first. The Wednesday 7th and 8th grades after school art club will start alternating Wednesdays beginning next club! Seventh grade will go first.

     

    Now over to Student Council news.

     

    That’s all the iTEMS we have for today.

    HAVE A THRILLING TURKEY BREAK, TE!

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  • Good morning, T/E! Today is MONDAY, NOVEMBER 22, 2021, and it is NATIONAL CRANBERRY RELISH DAY. It is also day THREE of the schedule. Today’s lunch includes PIZZA.

     

    Students should check the lost and found for any items that may be missing. The school will be donating any items not claimed by Thanksgiving break.

     

    The Multicultural Club invites you to celebrate Thanksgiving by sharing one thing that you are grateful for. Students will visit during lunch periods with paper on which you can write one positive thing that you are grateful for. The messages will decorate a bulletin board at the entrance to the school. Gratitude and the act of giving thanks can remind us of all that we do have. It can also remind us to be generous with others in need. The Multicultural Club wishes everyone a Happy Thanksgiving.

     

    Students who have early dismissals need to come to the Main Office at their dismissal time. Students may not leave the building by any other entrance.

     

    The T and E Care Holiday Drive will continue through December 3. Students can donate cleaning supplies and other items in homeroom. Thank you for showing a spirit of giving T/E Middle. Here is an announcement from some of the students who are helping with the collections.

     

    ******VIDEO*******

     

    Now over to Student Council news.

     

    That’s all the iTEMS we have for today.

    HAVE A MAGNIFICENT MONDAY, TE!

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  • Good morning, T/E! Today is FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 19, 2021 and it is NATIONAL PLAY MONOPOLY DAY. It is also day TWO of the schedule. Today’s lunch includes PIZZA.

     

    Any student interested in joining the yearbook club, please see Ms. McCarrick in room 218 for a permission slip. Permission slips will be due by November 22. The first meeting will be held Monday, November 22, directly after school in room 218. See Ms. McCarrick if you have any questions. 

     

    Students should check the lost and found for any items that may be missing. The school will be donating any items from the lost and found that are not claimed by Thanksgiving break.

     

    The Multicultural Club invites you to celebrate Thanksgiving by sharing one thing that you are grateful for.  Students will visit during lunch periods with paper on which you can write one positive thing that you are grateful for.  The messages will decorate a bulletin board at the entrance to the school.  Gratitude and the act of giving thanks can remind us of all that we do have.  It can also remind us to be generous with others in need.  The Multicultural Club wishes everyone a Happy Thanksgiving.

     

    Students who have early dismissals need to come to the Main Office at their dismissal time. Students may not leave the building by any other entrance for an early dismissal.

     

    Now over to a special announcement and Student Council news.

     

    That’s all the iTEMS we have for today.

    HAVE A FABULOUS FRIDAY, TE!

     

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  • Good morning, T/E! Today is THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 18, 2021 and it is NATIONAL PRINCESS DAY. It is also day ONE of the schedule. Today’s lunch includes SOFT CHICKEN TACO.

     

    The T and E Care Holiday Drive has been helping families in our own community for many years.  Each homeroom is collecting supplies to donate to a family. Students can donate cleaning supplies, umbrellas, reusable water bottles, and blankets to people who really need them.  Homeroom teachers know which items are needed and students can sign up to bring an item to fill a bag for a local family.  The final date for giving is December 3rd. Thank you for showing a spirit of giving T/E Middle.

     

    Any student interested in joining the yearbook club, please see Ms. McCarrick in room 218 for a permission slip. Permission slips will be due by November 22. The first meeting will be held Monday, November 22, directly after school in room 218. See Ms. McCarrick if you have any questions. 

     

    Mrs. Morris and Mrs. Johnson will be sponsoring the African American Student Union.  The first working lunch/activity meeting of the year will be held on Friday during 4th period in the FCS classroom. Any students in 7th or 8th grade that identify as African American or would love to join and work with our African American students to create a more inclusive school environment for all students are welcome to join. For more information, see Mrs. Morris or Mrs. Johnson.

     

    Students should check the lost and found for any items that may be missing. The school will be donating any items not claimed by Thanksgiving break.

     

    Now over to Student Council news.

     

    That’s all the iTEMS we have for today.

    HAVE A TERRIFIC THURSDAY, TE!

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  • Good morning, T/E! Today is WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 17, 2021 and it is NATIONAL TAKE A HIKE DAY. It is also day SIX of the schedule. Today’s lunch includes FRENCH TOAST STIX.

     

    The T and E Care Holiday Drive has been helping families in our own community for many years.  Each homeroom is collecting supplies to donate to a family. Students can donate cleaning supplies, umbrellas, reusable water bottles, and blankets to people who really need them.  Homeroom teachers know which items are needed and students can sign up to bring an item to fill a bag for a local family.  The final date for giving is December 3rd. Thank you for showing a spirit of giving T/E Middle.

     

    Any student interested in joining the yearbook club, please see Ms. McCarrick in room 218 for a permission slip. Permission slips will be due by November 22. The first meeting will be held Monday, November 22, directly after school in room 218. See Ms. McCarrick if you have any questions. 

     

    Mrs. Morris and Mrs. Johnson will be sponsoring the African American Student Union.  The first working lunch/activity meeting of the year will be held on Friday during 4th period in the FCS classroom. Any students in 7th or 8th grade that identify as African American or would love to join and work with our African American students to create a more inclusive school environment for all students are welcome to join. Mrs. Morris and Mrs. Johnshon are looking forward to a great meeting this Friday, November 12th during 4th period lunch/activity in the Family Consumer Science Classroom by the school store. For more information, see Mrs. Morris or Mrs. Johnson.

     

    Now over to Student Council news.

     

    That’s all the iTEMS we have for today.

    HAVE A WILD WEDNESDAY, TE!

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  • Good morning, T/E! Today is TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 16, 2021 and it is NATIONAL FAST FOOD DAY. It is also day FIVE of the schedule. Today’s lunch includes BREADED CHICKEN WITH DIPPING SAUCE.

     

    The T and E Care Holiday Drive has been helping families in our own community for many years.  Each homeroom is collecting supplies to donate to a family. Students can donate cleaning supplies, umbrellas, reusable water bottles, and blankets to people who really need them.  Homeroom teachers know which items are needed and students can sign up to bring an item to fill a bag for a local family.  The final date for giving is December 3rd. Thank you for showing a spirit of giving T/E Middle.

     

     

    That’s all the iTEMS we have for today.

    HAVE A TERRIFIC TUESDAY, TE!

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  • Good morning, T/E! Today is MONDAY, NOVEMBER 15, 2021 and it is AMERICA RECYCLES DAY. It is also day FOUR of the schedule. Today’s lunch includes PIZZA DIPPERS WITH MARINARA.

     

    The T and E Care Holiday Drive has been helping families in our own community for many years.  Each homeroom is collecting supplies to donate to a family. Students can donate cleaning supplies, umbrellas, reusable water bottles, and blankets to people who really need them.  Homeroom teachers know which items are needed and students can sign up to bring an item to fill a bag for a local family.  The final date for giving is December 3rd. Thank you for showing a spirit of giving T/E Middle.

     

     

    That’s all the iTEMS we have for today.

    HAVE A MAGNIFICENT MONDAY, TE!

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  • Good morning, T/E! Today is FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 12, 2021, and it is NATIONAL FRENCH DIP DAY. It is also day THREE of the schedule. Today’s lunch includes PIZZA.

     

    Mathcounts for the sixth grade will begin meeting on Tuesday mornings at 7:30 in room 121 starting in December. This group is open to any 6th graders interested in challenging math problems. Please see Mrs. Patek with any questions. 

     

    For 7th and 8th grade students looking to participate in winter sports, the PIAA paperwork needs to be in by Monday, November 15. Students should check the bulletin board outside the main office for additional information on the season. The 8th grade Boys and Girls Basketball tryouts will take place on November 15, 16, and 17. The 7th grade Boys and Girls Basketball tryouts will take place on November 18, 19 and 22.

     

    All 7th and with grade boys and girls interested in joining the wrestling team, please attend the information meeting Tuesday, November 16, in Mrs. Bortz's Family Consumer Science room during activity. All questions will be answered there.

     

    Now over to Student Council news.

     

    That’s all the iTEMS we have for today.

    HAVE A FABULOUS FRIDAY, TE!

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  • Good morning, T/E! Today is THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 11, 2021, and it is VETERANS DAY. It is also day TWO of the schedule. Today’s lunch includes CHEESESTEAK SANDWICH.

     

    Mathcounts for the sixth grade will begin meeting on Tuesday mornings at 7:30 in room 121 starting in December. This group is open to any 6th graders interested in challenging math problems. Please see Mrs. Patek with any questions. 

     

    Congratulations to eighth graders Chris H. and Jeffrey W. for their perfect scores on the November High School Math League Competition, the second of six-monthly contests. Other high scorers were eighth graders Lexi L. and Ethan Z. T/E Middle School is currently tied for second place in Chester County among the area high schools participating in the High School Math League Series. Conestoga holds the top spot in the rankings. Great work T/E!

     

    The Science Olympiad meeting scheduled for TODAY is cancelled. Science Olympians should see the Schoology post for more information.

     

    Girls in 7th or 8th grade who are interested in trying out for the 7th or 8th grade girls’ basketball teams should attend an interest meeting in the small gym TODAY during activity period.

     

    Student athletes in 7th and 8th grade looking to participate in winter sports are reminded that the P.I.A.A. paperwork is due Monday, November 15. Students should check the bulletin board outside the Main Office for additional information about the season. The 8th grade Boys and Girls Basketball tryouts will take place on November 15, 16, and 17. The 7th grade Boys and Girls Basketball tryouts will take place on November 18, 19 and 22.

     

    Now over to Student Council news.

     

    That’s all the iTEMS we have for today.

    HAVE A THOUGHTFUL THURSDAY, T/E!

     

     

     

     

    Good morning, T/E! Today is THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 11, 2021, and it is VETERANS DAY. It is also day TWO of the schedule. Today’s lunch includes CHEESESTEAK SANDWICH.

     

    Mathcounts for the sixth grade will begin meeting on Tuesday mornings at 7:30 in room 121 starting in December. This group is open to any 6th graders interested in challenging math problems. Please see Mrs. Patek with any questions. 

     

    Congratulations to eighth graders Chris H. and Jeffrey W. for their perfect scores on the November High School Math League Competition, the second of six-monthly contests. Other high scorers were eighth graders Lexi L. and Ethan Z. T/E Middle School is currently tied for second place in Chester County among the area high schools participating in the High School Math League Series. Conestoga holds the top spot in the rankings. Great work T/E!

     

    The Science Olympiad meeting scheduled for TODAY is cancelled. Science Olympians should see the Schoology post for more information.

     

    Girls in 7th or 8th grade who are interested in trying out for the 7th or 8th grade girls’ basketball teams should attend an interest meeting in the small gym TODAY during activity period.

     

    Student athletes in 7th and 8th grade looking to participate in winter sports are reminded that the P.I.A.A. paperwork is due Monday, November 15. Students should check the bulletin board outside the Main Office for additional information about the season. The 8th grade Boys and Girls Basketball tryouts will take place on November 15, 16, and 17. The 7th grade Boys and Girls Basketball tryouts will take place on November 18, 19 and 22.

     

    Now over to Student Council news.

     

    That’s all the iTEMS we have for today.

    HAVE A THOUGHTFUL THURSDAY, T/E!

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  • Good morning, T/E! Today is WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 10, 2021, and it is NATIONAL VANILLA CUPCAKE DAY. It is also day ONE of the schedule. Today’s lunch includes BARBECUE PORK ON A KAISER ROLL.

     

    Mathcounts for the sixth grade will begin meeting on Tuesday mornings at 7:30 AM in room 121 starting in December. This group is open to any 6th graders interested in challenging math problems. Please see Mrs. Patek with any questions. 

     

    7th & 8th graders are invited to attend the Multicultural Club today in room 206 during Period 4 lunch and activity. Students can bring lunch and join the meeting for all of 4th period. New members are always welcome. For questions about the Multicultural club, contact Ms. Elshakhs or Senorita Neto.

     

    There is a meeting for any 7th grade boy interested in trying out for the basketball team today in room 231 during Activity period. Tryouts will begin after school on November 18th. Impact tests and paperwork need to be in by Monday, November 15. See Mr. Brandt if you have any questions.

     

    If you are interested in trying out for the 7th or 8th grade girls’ basketball teams, there will be an interest meeting in the small gym this tomorrow during activity period. Please check the bulletin board outside the main office for additional information on the season.

     

    Yesterday, the Unlimited Football Team concluded their season with a victory over Beverly Hills Middle School. Leading the scoring charge was Rowan M. with three rushing touchdowns, Kurt T. had a 65-yard kick return for a touchdown, and finally Shane O. completed a 20-yard pass to Jackson S. for the final touchdown. The defense pushed Beverly Hills backward for a majority of the game and had many tackles in the backfield. Landon J. made a touchdown saving tackle, Aidan M. had a sack, and Brian F. had an interception. Great season and good luck to our 8th graders moving up to the Freshman team at Conestoga!

     

    Now over to Student Council news.

     

    That’s all the iTEMS we have for today.

    HAVE A WHACKY WEDNESDAY, T/E!

     

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  • Good morning, T/E! Today is TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 9, 2021, and it is NATIONAL SCRAPPLE DAY. It is also day SIX of the schedule. Today’s lunch includes PENNE PASTA WITH MEAT SAUCE.

     

    Mathcounts for the sixth grade will begin meeting on Tuesday mornings at 7:30 AM in room 121 starting in December. This group is open to any 6th graders interested in challenging math problems. Please see Mrs. Patek with any questions. 

     

    7th & 8th graders are invited to attend the Multicultural Club tomorrow in room 206 during Period 4 lunch and activity. Students can bring lunch and join the meeting for all of 4th period. New members are always welcome. For questions about the Multicultural club, contact Ms. Elshakhs or Senorita Neto.

     

    The 7th and 8th Grade Volleyball teams both picked up victories in their final game of the season against Paxon Hollow.

     

    Now over to a Junior Model UN video and Student Council news.

     

    That’s all the iTEMS we have for today.

    HAVE A TERRIFIC TUESDAY, TE!

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  • Good morning, T/E! Today is MONDAY, NOVEMBER 8, 2021, and it is NATIONAL CAPPUCINO DAY. It is also day FIVE of the schedule. Today’s lunch includes CHICKEN TENDERS.

     

    There is a meeting today for any 8th grade boys interested in trying out for the basketball team. The meeting will be in room 231 TODAY during activity period. Impact tests and paperwork need to be in before the tryouts start on Monday, November 15. See Mr. McCarthy in room 231 with any questions.

     

    Mathcounts for the sixth grade will begin meeting on Tuesday mornings at 7:30 AM in room 121 starting in December. This group is open to any 6th graders interested in challenging math problems. Please see Mrs. Patek in room 121 with any questions. 

     

    The 7th grade boys soccer team finished their season strong with another victory over Paxon Hollow. TEMS goals came from Ryan M, Justin M, and Mark B. This makes the team 3 and 3 on the season, with other strong victories over Valley Forge and Bala Cynwyd.

     

    Now over to Student Council news.

     

    That’s all the iTEMS we have for today.

    HAVE A MAGNIFICENT MONDAY, TE!

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  • Good morning, T/E! Today is FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 5, 2021, and it is NATIONAL DOUGHNUT DAY. It is also day FOUR of the schedule. Today’s lunch includes PIZZA.

     

    The TV Studio is looking for new members. Any 7th or 8th grade student interested in being part of the TV studio and helping with morning announcements should e-mail or message Mr. Nunnelee or Mr. Mattison for more information. Students can be in front of or behind the camera. The club will open to 5th and 6th grade students in the second half of the year.

     

    There is a meeting for any 8th grade boy interested in trying out for the basketball team. The meeting will be in room 231 on Monday, November 8 during activity period. Impact tests and paperwork need to be in before the tryouts start on Monday, November 15. See Mr. McCarthy if you have any questions.

     

    The Unlimited Football Team defeated Paxon Hollow yesterday. The team played incredible defense, while the offense controlled the game. Rowan M. had two rushing touchdowns, Jackson S. had two interceptions, and Colin C. had an interception. Aidan M. also recovered a key fumble. The team next plays Beverly Hills on Monday.

     

    Today's Multicultural Minute is to honor the holiday of Diwali.  Students can enjoy learning about Diwali with this quick video created by Multicultural Club students.

     

    ***MULTICULTURAL VIDEO****

     

    Now over to Student Council news.

     

    That’s all the iTEMS we have for today.

    HAVE A WONDERFUL WEEKEND, TE!

     

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  • Good morning T/E! Today is THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 4, 2021 and it is NATIONAL CANDY DAY. It is also day THREE of the schedule. Today’s lunch includes SOFT CHICKEN TACO WITH TORTILLA.

     

    The TV Studio is looking for new members. Any 7th or 8th grade student interested in being part of the TV studio and helping with morning announcements should e-mail or message Mr. Nunnelee or Mr. Mattison for more information. Students can be in front of or behind the camera. The club will open to 5th and 6th grade students in the second half of the year.

     

    Congratulations to both the 7th and 8th grade field hockey teams on undefeated seasons.

     

    The 7th Grade Volleyball had a bounce-back victory Wednesday against Radnor Middle School. The team has one more contest left.

     

    Now over to Student Council news.

     

    That’s all the iTEMS we have for today.

    HAVE A THOUGHTFUL THURSDAY, TE!

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  • Good morning T/E! Today is WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 3, 2021 and it is NATIONAL SANDWICH DAY. It is also day TWO of the schedule. Today’s lunch includes FRENCH TOAST STIX WITH SAUSAGE PATTY.

     

    The TV Studio is looking for new members. Any 7th or 8th grade student interested in being part of the TV studio and helping with morning announcements should e-mail or message Mr. Nunnelee or Mr. Mattison for more information. Students can be in front of or behind the camera. The club will open to 5th and 6th grade students in the second half of the year.

     

    The Coding, Engineering, Design Club will not meet this week. The club will resume next week on Tuesday or Thursday, depending on the day Mr. Mumford has confirmed for you. If you have questions, please see Mr. Mumford in 122A.

     

    The 8th grade field hockey team had a convincing win against Garnet Valley to close out the season.

     

    Now over to a special announcement from Dr. Philips and then Student Council news.

     

    That’s all the iTEMS we have for today.

    HAVE A WONDERFUL WEDNESDAY, TE!

     

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  • Good morning T/E! Today is MONDAY, NOVEMBER 1, 2021 and it is NATIONAL FAMILY LITERACY DAY. It is also day ONE of the schedule. Today’s lunch includes PIZZA DIPPERS WITH MARINARA.

     

    The TV Studio is looking for new members. Any 7th or 8th grade student interested in being part of the TV studio and helping with morning announcements should e-mail or message Mr. Nunnelee or Mr. Mattison for more information. Students can be in front of or behind the camera. The club will open to 5th and 6th grade students in the second half of the year.

     

    The 8th grade field hockey team earned a big win against arch-rival Valley Forge last Thursday. The team has one remaining game on the season.

     

    Now over to Student Council news.

     

    That’s all the iTEMS we have for today.

    ENJOY A GOOD BOOK WITH YOUR FAMILY TODAY, TE!

     

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  • Good morning T/E! Today is THURSDAY, OCTOBER 28, 2021 and it is NATIONAL FIRST RESPONDERS DAY. It is also day FIVE of the schedule. Today’s lunch includes CHEESESTEAK SANDWICH.

     

    Now over to Student Council news.

     

    That’s all the iTEMS we have for today.

    HAVE A TERRIFIC THURSDAY, TE!

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  • Good morning, T/E! Today is WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 27, 2021, and it is NATIONAL CIVICS DAY. It is also day FOUR of the schedule. Today’s lunch includes BARBECUE PORK ON A KAISER ROLL.

     

    The Coding, Engineering and Design Club will not meet this week. Please check Schoology for more information or see Mr. Mumford.

     

    The 8th grade field hockey team had a big win against Ridley on Monday.

     

    The 7th Grade Volleyball team secured a triumphant win over Bala Cynwyd Middle School on Monday.

     

    All students who normally eat in the Auditorium should eat outside in the outdoor eating area today.

     

    Now over to Student Council news.

     

    That’s all the iTEMS we have for today.

    HAVE A WILD WEDNESDAY, T/E!

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  • Good morning, T/E! Today is TUESDAY, OCTOBER 26, 2021, and it is NATIONAL PUMPKIN DAY. It is also day THREE of the schedule. Today’s lunch includes PENNE PASTA WITH MEAT SAUCE.

     

    The Coding, Engineering and Design Club will not meet this week. Please check Schoology for more information or see Mr. Mumford.

     

    The Jr. Robotics Club will meet after school today in room 205, Mr. Broadhead’s room. The 7th and 8th Grade Robotics club will meet tomorrow after school in the Tech Ed Room, room 122A.

     

    Now over to Student Council news.

     

    That’s all the iTEMS we have for today.

    HAVE A TERRIFIC TUESDAY, TE!

     

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  • Good morning T/E! Today is MONDAY, OCTOBER 25, 2021 and it is NATIONAL GREASY FOOD DAY. It is also day TWO of the schedule. Today’s lunch includes CHICKEN TENDERS WITH DIPPING SAUCE.

     

    Both the 7th and 8th grade field hockey teams scored impressive victories against Upper Merion last week.

     

    The 7th and 8th Grade Robotics Club will meet in the Tech Ed room today after school and on Wednesday. The 5th and 6th Grade Robotics team will meet on Tuesday in room 205, Mr. Broadhead’s room after school.

     

    The 7th grade Volleyball picked up an impressive win against ET Richardson Middle School Friday night. The team took the first set and then rallied back in the 3rd set to secure the victory.

     

    Now over to Student Council news.

     

    That’s all the iTEMS we have for today.

    HAVE A MARVELOUS MONDAY, TE!

     

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  • Good morning T/E! Today is FRIDAY, OCTOBER 22, 2021 and it is NATIONAL COLOR DAY. It is also day ONE of the schedule. Today’s lunch includes PIZZA.

     

    Now over to Student Council news.

     

    That’s all the iTEMS we have for today.

    HAVE A WONDERFUL WEEKEND, TE!

     

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  • Good morning, T/E! Today is THURSDAY, OCTOBER 21, 2021, and it is NATIONAL REPTILE AWARENESS DAY. It is also day SIX of the schedule. Today’s lunch includes SOFT CHICKEN TACO WITH A TORTILLA.

     

    Congratulations to the 8th grade field hockey team on their win against Strath Haven!

     

    Now over to Student Council news.

     

    That’s all the iTEMS we have for today.

    HAVE A THOUGHTFUL THURSDAY, T/E!

     

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  • Good morning T/E! Today is WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 20, 2021 and it is NATIONAL YOUTH CONFIDENCE DAY. It is also day FIVE of the schedule. Today’s lunch includes FRENCH TOAST STIX WITH SAUSAGE PATTY.

     

    The 7th and 8th grade field hockey teams battled Springton Lake on Monday and both came away with victories.

     

    Now over to Student Council news.

     

    That’s all the iTEMS we have for today.

    HAVE A CONFIDENT WEDNESDAY, TE!

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  • Good morning T/E! Today is TUESDAY, OCTOBER 19, 2021 and it is NATIONAL SEAFOOD BISQUE DAY. It is also day FOUR of the schedule. Today’s lunch includes BREADED CHICKEN WITH DIPPING SAUCE.

     

    That’s all the iTEMS we have for today.

    HAVE A TERRIFIC TUESDAY, TE!

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  • Good morning T/E! Today is MONDAY, OCTOBER 18, 2021 and it is NATIONAL CHOCOLATE CUPCAKE DAY. It is also day THREE of the schedule. Today’s lunch includes PIZZA DIPPERS WITH MARINARA.

     

    Congratulations to the top scorers on our first high school math league contest. Eighth graders Jeffrey W and Leo B were the front runners in the October contest! Look for new results each month through March.

     

     

    That’s all the iTEMS we have for today.

    HAVE A MARVELOUS MONDAY, TE!

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  • Good morning T/E! Today is FRIDAY, OCTOBER 15, 2021 and it is NATIONAL CHEESE CURD DAY. It is also day TWO of the schedule. Today’s lunch includes PIZZA.

     

    Students in grade 6-8 who are interesting in joining the Coding, Engineering and Design Club will have an opportunity to explore computer programming, robotics, engineering, and design work throughout the year. Students will utilize technology, 3D printers, laser cutters, and power tools/machinery. The club will meet Wednesday’s after school in 122A, the Tech Ed room.  The club will start October 20th. Please see Mr. Mumford before homeroom for more information or grab a permission slip out of room 122A

     

    7th graders who signed up for Art Club on Wednesdays are invited to switch to Tuesdays if able. Please see Mrs. Flint’s Schoology message to you about this possible change if it works for you and your family. Any 7th grader who had Mrs. Flint for 5th grade Art, the ceramic cylinder seals and cave wall art can be picked up in room 152. Any 7th grader who had Ms. Turner for 5th grade Art can pick up their clay hippo that was on display in room 153

     

    Congratulations to the 7th-grade field hockey team for their win over Northley Middle School on Wednesday. Goals were scored by Courtney S, Tori H, and Lexi R.  It was a solid overall team win.

     

    Today marks the last day of Hispanic Heritage month. A celebration that recognizes the contributions of Hispanic Americans. The multicultural club spent their first meeting learning all bout Hispanic Heritage month and wanted to share that they learned with the rest of TEMS.

     

     

    AND NOW TO A SPECIAL ANNOUNCEMENT

     

    That’s all the iTEMS we have for today.

    HAVE A WONDERFUL WEEKEND, TE!

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  • Good morning T/E! Today is THURSDAY, OCTOBER 14, 2021 and it is NATIONAL DESSERT DAY. It is also day ONE of the schedule. Today’s lunch includes CHEESESTEAK SANDWICH.

    Students in grade 6-8 who are interesting in joining the Coding, Engineering and Design Club will have an opportunity to explore computer programming, robotics, engineering, and design work throughout the year. Students will utilize technology, 3D printers, laser cutters, and power tools/machinery. The club will meet Wednesday’s after school in 122A, the Tech Ed room. The club will start October 20th. Please see Mr. Mumford before homeroom for more information or grab a permission slip out of room 122A

    There will a Science Olympiad meeting today from 3:10-3:55 in Room 211.

    7th graders who signed up for Art Club on Wednesdays are invited to switch to Tuesdays if able. Please see Mrs. Flint’s Schoology message to you about this possible change if it works for you and your family. Any 7th grader who had Mrs. Flint for 5th grade Art, the ceramic cylinder seals and cave wall art can be picked up in room 152. Any 7th grader who had Ms. Turner for 5th grade Art can pick up their clay hippo that was on display in room 153

    The TEMS football team moved to three and oh with a twenty eight to eight victory over Paxon Hollow Middle School on Tuesday. Ryan M led the offense with three touchdowns. Brad H spread the field with strong throws throughout the game. Steven Z picked up over one hundred yards on the ground at running back. The defense only allowed three first downs during the game. It was a solid all-around team win.

    AND NOW TO STUDENT COUNCIL NEWS

    That’s all the iTEMS we have for today.
    HAVE A DESSERT-FILLED THURSDAY, TE!

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  • Good morning, T/E! Today is WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 13, 2021, and it is NATIONAL YORKSHIRE PUDDING DAY. It is also day SIX of the schedule. Today’s lunch includes BARBECUE PORK ON A KAISER ROLL.

     

    The first meeting of the Multicultural Club is today during 4th period Lunch and Activity in room 206. The club is a fun space to enjoy learning about your own culture and other cultures. In the past, the Multicultural club has helped with World Traditions Day, World Food Day, World Music Day, and the Cultural Museum. Club meetings are open to 7th & 8th graders. Students should come to room 206 at the start of 4th period and bring lunch with them. For questions, contact Ms. Elshakhs in room 120A or Senorita Neto in room 206.

     

    Students in grade 6-8 who are interested in joining the Coding, Engineering and Design Club will have opportunities to explore computer programming, robotics, engineering, and design work throughout the year. Students will utilize technology, 3D printers, laser cutters, and power tools and machinery. The club will meet Wednesday’s after school in 122A, the Tech Ed room.  The club will start October 20th. Please see Mr. Mumford before homeroom for more information or grab a permission slip out of room 122A.

     

    Science Olympiad will meet on tomorrow from 3:10-3:55 in Room 211. Don’t forget to bring permission slips to Dr. Strohmetz in Room 203.

     

    And now for a message from Student Council.

     

    That’s all the iTEMS we have for today.

    HAVE A WHACKY WEDNESDAY, T/E!

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  • Good morning T/E! Today is TUESDAY, OCTOBER 12, 2021 and it is NATIONAL SAVINGS DAY. It is also day FIVE of the schedule. Today’s lunch includes PENNE PASTA WITH MEAT SAUCE.

     

    Reading Olympics will be meeting after school today from 3:10 to 4:00 in Room #111. It is your responsibility to have a ride home.

     

    The first meeting of the Multicultural Club is Wednesday, Oct 13 during 4th period Lunch and Activity in room 206. The club is a fun space to enjoy learning about your own culture and other cultures. In the past, the Multicultural club has helped with World Traditions Day, World Food Day, World Music Day, and the Cultural Museum. Club meetings are open to 7th & 8th graders. Students should come to room 206 at the start of 4th period and bring lunch with them. For questions, contact Ms. Elshakhs in room 120A or Senorita Neto in room 206.

     

    Students in grade 6-8 who are interesting in joining the Coding, Engineering and Design Club will have an opportunity to explore computer programming, robotics, engineering, and design work throughout the year. Students will utilize technology, 3D printers, laser cutters, and power tools/machinery. The club will meet Wednesday’s after school in 122A, the Tech Ed room.  The club will start October 20th. Please see Mr. Mumford before homeroom for more information or grab a permission slip out of room 122A.

     

    Now for a message from Student Council.

     

    That’s all the iTEMS we have for today.

    HAVE A THUNDEROUS TUESDAY, TE!

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  • Good morning, T/E! Today is MONDAY, OCTOBER 11, 2021, and it is NATIONAL SAUSAGE PIZZA DAY. It is also day FOUR of the schedule. Today’s lunch includes CHICKEN TENDERS WITH DIPPING SAUCE.

     

    Reading Olympics is officially starting for the 2021-2022 school year! The first meeting will be tomorrow afternoon from 3:15 until 4:00 in Room 111. Anyone interested, please email or see Mrs. Clark in Room 111 or Ms. Neary in Room 174 for more information.

     

    Jazz Band sign-ups are open now. The following instrument options are available for interested students: Saxophones, trombones, trumpets, drums, piano, electric guitar, and bass guitar. Students must have some experience playing the chosen instrument; beginners are not eligible for Jazz Band. Interested students should join the “Jazz Auditions 2021-2022” Schoology group or ask Mr. Stefano or Mr. Seaton for information.

     

    The Robotics and Jr. Robotics clubs are now accepting applications. Students should go to the Clubs and Activities section of the TEMS website to get information and complete an application. See Mr. Broadhead in room 205 or Mr. Nunnelee in 203 for questions not answered by the website.

     

    The first meeting of the Multicultural Club is Wednesday, Oct 13. The club is a fun space to enjoy learning about cultures and to teach others about your own culture. The Multicultural club also creates entertaining activities for TEMS students. In the past, the club has helped with World Traditions Day, World Food Day, World Music Day, and the Cultural Museum. Club meetings are held during 4th period lunch and activity for 7th & 8th graders, but also welcomes 5th & 6th graders to visit or present in schoolwide activities. Students that participate will bring lunch and join the club in room 206 at the start of 4th period. For questions, contact Ms. Elshakhs or Senorita Neto.

     

    Our 18th annual PINK DAY will be Thursday. PINK DAY is the day TEMS comes together as a community to show support for those who are dealing with cancer in their lives. Wear PINK from head-to-toe to show caring and support for one another. Funds will also be raised for Ryan’s Case for Smiles. This organization. which was started by a family in the TE school district, makes colorful and fun pillowcases for children dealing with life-threatening illnesses all over the country. Shirts, ribbons, stickers, donuts, pretzels and juice will all be sold this week to help support Ryan’s Case for Smiles.

     

    Students interesting in joining the Coding, Engineering and Design Club will have an opportunity to explore computer programming, robotics, engineering, and design work throughout the year. Students will utilize technology, 3D printers, laser cutters, and power tools/machinery. The club will meet Wednesdays after school in 122A, the Tech Ed room starting October 20th. Please see Mr. Mumford before homeroom for more information or to grab a permission slip in room 122A.

     

    That’s all the iTEMS we have for today.       HAVE A MAGNIFICENT MONDAY, T/E!

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  • Good morning, T/E! Today is FRIDAY, OCTOBER 8, 2021, and it is NATIONAL HERO DAY. It is also day THREE of the schedule. Today’s lunch menu includes PIZZA.

     

    Reading Olympics is officially starting for the 2021-2022 school year! The first meeting will be Tuesday afternoon, October 12 from 3:15 until 4:00 in Room 111. Please email any questions, or see Mrs. Clark in Room 111 or Ms. Neary in Room 174 for more information.

     

    Jazz Band sign-ups are open now. The following instrument options are available for interested students: Saxophones, trombones, trumpets, drums, piano, electric guitar, and bass guitar. Students must have some experience playing the chosen instrument; beginners are not eligible for Jazz Band. Interested students should join the “Jazz Auditions 2021-2022” Schoology group or ask Mr. Stefano or Mr. Seaton for information.

     

    The Robotics and Jr. Robotics clubs are now accepting applications to join. Students should go to the Clubs and Activities section of the TEMS website to get information and complete an application. See Mr. Broadhead in room 205 or Mr. Nunnelee in 203 for questions not answered by the website.

     

    Our 18th annual PINK DAY will be next Thursday, October 14th.  PINK DAY is the day we come together as a community to show our support for those who are dealing with cancer in their lives. We wear PINK from head-to-toe to show our support for one another and to show we care.  We also try to raise money for Ryan’s Case for Smiles. This organization makes colorful and fun pillowcases for children dealing with life-threatening illnesses all over the country. This organization was started by a family in our school district.

     

    We have our own TEMS PINK DAY shirts that you can buy for $12 each. They will be available to buy next Monday through Wednesday mornings outside the auditorium. Next Thursday on our actual PINK DAY you can buy a shirt, or to add pink in another way, you can buy a pink ribbon pin for $1 each or a sticker on which you can write the name of a family member or friend who has battled or is currently battling cancer. These also cost $1 each. During all activity periods on PINK DAY we will sell donuts for $2 each and soft pretzels and juice for $1 each outside the gym on the side of the building until we sell out.

     

    All proceeds from our PINK DAY will go to Ryan’s Case for Smiles!!!

     

    Student Council is asking you to donate $1 each to help build our Wall of Smiles.  If you donate $1 you can write a nice note to a child in a local hospital.  We will be posting the Smile Notes on the bulletin board in the main hallway and our hope is to fill the entire bulletin board.  We will take a picture of the filled “Wall of Smiles” and then send that to our local hospital with the Smile Notes.  We will be selling Smiles this Friday, October 8th before school outside the auditorium. We also will be selling them next Monday through Wednesday before school outside the auditorium and on PINK DAY.  Thank you to all who participate in this. 

     

    That’s all the iTEMS we have for today.

    HAVE A WONDERFUL WEEKEND, TE!

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  • Good morning, T/E! Today is THURSDAY, OCTOBER 7, 2021 and it is NATIONAL CHOCOLATE COVERED PRETZEL DAY. It is also day TWO of the schedule. Today’s lunch includes SOFT CHICKEN TACO.

     

    Reading Olympics is officially starting for the 2021-2022 school year! Our first meeting will be Tuesday, October 12 at 3:15 until 4:00pm in Room #111. Anyone interested, please see Mrs. Clark in Room #111 or Ms. Neary in Room #174 for more information. Please email Mrs. Clark or Ms. Neary with any questions.

     

    The first Science Olympiad meeting will be today right after school in Room 211. Please remember to have arranged your own transportation home.

    And now a message from your Student Council.

     

    Hi! I’m Chase from Student Council here to talk to you about PINK DAY!

    Our 18th annual PINK DAY will be next Thursday, October 14th.  PINK DAY is the day we come together as a community to show our support for those who are dealing with cancer in their lives. We wear PINK from head-to-toe to show our support for one another and to show we care.  We also try to raise money for Ryan’s Case for Smiles. This organization makes colorful and fun pillowcases for children dealing with life-threatening illnesses all over the country. This organization was started by a family in our school district.

     

    We have our own TEMS PINK DAY shirts that you can buy for $12 each. They will be available to buy next Monday through Wednesday mornings outside the auditorium. Next Thursday on our actual PINK DAY you can buy a shirt, or to add pink in another way, you can buy a pink ribbon pin for $1 each or a sticker on which you can write the name of a family member or friend who has battled or is currently battling cancer. These also cost $1 each. During all activity periods on PINK DAY we will sell donuts for $2 each and soft pretzels and juice for $1 each outside the gym on the side of the building until we sell out.

     

    All proceeds from our PINK DAY will go to Ryan’s Case for Smiles!!!

     

    Student Council is asking you to donate $1 each to help build our Wall of Smiles.  If you donate $1 you can write a nice note to a child in a local hospital.  We will be posting the Smile Notes on the bulletin board in the main hallway and our hope is to fill the entire bulletin board.  We will take a picture of the filled “Wall of Smiles” and then send that to our local hospital with the Smile Notes.  We will be selling Smiles this Friday, October 8th before school outside the auditorium. We also will be selling them next Monday through Wednesday before school outside the auditorium and on PINK DAY.  Thank you to all who participate in this. 

     

    There will be a 5th grade HR rep meeting this Friday in the Large Group Room at 8 am.  At least one of the two HR Reps from each 5th grade HR should attend.  Both are welcome!  We will talk about what is means to be a HR Rep and upcoming Student Council school events.

     

    Our spirit day for October is Costume Day and will be on Friday, October 29th.  Students can wear your Halloween costume of just orange and black to school that day.  Those who participate will be able to enter a raffle for a prize.  Just a reminder that we are still required to wear a mask over our nose and mouths for health reasons, but you cannot wear a mask that covers your entire face during the school day.  You also cannot bring in a weapon as part of your costume.

     

    That’s all the iTEMS we have for today.

    HAVE A TERRIFIC THURSDAY, TE!

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  • Good morning, T/E! Today is WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 6, 2021 and it is NATIONAL NOODLE DAY. It is also day ONE of the schedule. Today’s lunch includes FRENCH TOAST STIX WITH SAUSAGE PATTY.

     

    Anyone interested in auditioning for a role in this year’s all-school musical production, Disney’s Beauty & the Beast Jr, and could not attend the info meeting should see Mrs. Bortz in room 4 as soon as possible or message her through Schoology. The deadline for completing audition forms and signing up is today, Wednesday, October 6th. This is for students interested in the cast only, not stage crew. A meeting for those interested in stage crew will be held later in the year.  Please contact Mrs. Bortz with any questions.

     

    Reading Olympics is officially starting for the 2021-2022 school year! The first meeting will be Tuesday, October 12 at 3:15 until 4:00pm in Room 111. Anyone interested, please see Mrs. Clark in Room 111 or Ms. Neary in Room 174 for more information. Please email Mrs. Clark or Ms. Neary with any questions.

     

    The first Science Olympiad meeting will be tomorrow right after school in Room 211. Science Olympians need to arrange their own transportation home.

     

    There will be a 6th grade Jr. Model UN meeting in room 4 during activity period today. If there are any questions, please see Mr. Hardy.

     

    And now a message from your Student Council.

     

    Hi! I’m Chase from Student Council here to talk to you about PINK DAY!

     

    Our 18th annual PINK DAY will be next Thursday, October 14th.  PINK DAY is the day we come together as a community to show our support for those who are dealing with cancer in their lives. We wear PINK from head-to-toe to show our support for one another and to show we care.  We also try to raise money for Ryan’s Case for Smiles. This organization makes colorful and fun pillowcases for children dealing with life-threatening illnesses all over the country. This organization was started by a family in our school district.

     

    We have our own TEMS PINK DAY shirts that you can buy for $12 each. They will be available to buy next Monday through Wednesday mornings outside the auditorium. Next Thursday on our actual PINK DAY you can buy a shirt, or to add pink in another way, you can buy a pink ribbon pin for $1 each or a sticker on which you can write the name of a family member or friend who has battled or is currently battling cancer. These also cost $1 each. During all activity periods on PINK DAY we will sell donuts for $2 each and soft pretzels and juice for $1 each outside the gym on the side of the building until we sell out.

    All proceeds from our PINK DAY will go to Ryan’s Case for Smiles!!!

     

    Hi! I’m Katie with your Student Council update: Student Council is asking you to donate $1 each to help build our Wall of Smiles.  If you donate $1 you can write a nice note to a child in a local hospital.  We will be posting the Smile Notes on the bulletin board in the main hallway and our hope is to fill the entire bulletin board.  We will take a picture of the filled “Wall of Smiles” and then send that to our local hospital with the Smile Notes.  We will be selling Smiles this Friday, October 8th before school outside the auditorium. We also will be selling them next Monday through Wednesday before school outside the auditorium and on PINK DAY.  Thank you to all who participate in this. 

     

    There will be a 5th grade HR rep meeting this Friday in the Large Group Room at 8 am.  At least one of the two HR Reps from each 5th grade HR should attend.  Both are welcome!  We will talk about what is means to be a HR Rep and upcoming Student Council school events.

     

    Our spirit day for October is Costume Day and will be on Friday, October 29th.  Students can wear your Halloween costume of just orange and black to school that day.  Those who participate will be able to enter a raffle for a prize.  Just a reminder that we are still required to wear a mask over our nose and mouths for health reasons, but you cannot wear a mask that covers your entire face during the school day.  You also cannot bring in a weapon as part of your costume.

     

    That’s all the iTEMS we have for today.

    HAVE A WISHFUL WEDNESDAY, TE!

     

     

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