News at TMS
2014-2015 Red Ribbon Week
October 20 – October 24
MONDAY: Born to be Drug Free
Students show their school support against drugs – wear school colors of black and gold
TUESDAY: Sock it to Drugs
Wear your most colorful, crazy, & outrageous socks
WEDNESDAY: Say BOO to Drugs
“Don’t sweat it” wear your sweats to show being drug free is cool. (no pajamas)
THURSDAY: Put a Cap on Drugs
Wear your favorite or craziest hat
FRIDAY: Team up against Drugs
Wear your favorite college or professional Sports Team
Congratulations to the National Junior Honor Society inductees for 2014-2015!
Didn't catch everything in the Sunday evening phone call from Mr. Madden? Click on "Weekly Announcements" under the "Parents" tab to see what you missed.
The 7th grade teaching team of Mrs. Diggs, Mrs. Day, Ms. Nicholson, and Mr. Wieland are participating in Socktober. This charity collects a number of items to help those in need. Please have your student contact these teachers to see how you can help.
Mrs. King's art students have started work on murals to brighten our hallways!
Million Page Challenge
Students and staff are working together to read 1,000,000+ pages this school year!
Remind your student to record his/her pages read and drop it off in the media center.
In September we read over 109,000 pages!
Dr. Cobb spoke with our PTO about the school bond on Tuesday night.
Tuesday 9/30 7th Grade Curriculum Night 6-7
PTO Meeting 9/30 7:00 in the media center
8th grade band and chorus performed at the Spot Festival. We have some great talent at TMS!
Students who earned 105 or more points in the Summer Reading Challenge enjoyed an ice cream party in the library Friday at the end of the day. Great job everyone!
Missed Curriculum Night?
See presentation attachments:
8th Grade Curriculum Night 2014.ppt
TMS 8th Grade Parent night (2).ppt
TMS 6th Grade Parent night.ppt
TMS 7th Grade Parent night.ppt