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Book Character Ornament Contest

Our students displayed their creativity while making their favorite book character into a Christmas tree ornament. One winner from each grade level was chosen based on a faculty and staff voting process. All ornaments are being displayed on our library tree. 

Jamestown Visit

Students enjoyed a hands-on visit from Jamestown. They experienced the many historical uses of natural elements for survivial. 

December Newsletter

November Newsletter

Picnic Tables

TES is thankful to Mrs. Copp for the new picnic tables. Participating in learning activities while enjoying the beautiful outdoors is a wonderful treat!

Community Helpers

Our kindergarteners at TES recently enjoyed visits from community helpers. We learned from a police officer, fire fighter, dentist, and our very own principal! It's never too early to explore different careers and learn about those who take care of us. 

Enchanted Forest Book Fair

Students, parents, and faculty enjoyed an Enchanted Forest Book Fair last week. Scholastic delighted readers' imaginations with books about mythological creatures and magical adventures. The fair coincided with National School Lunch Week and saw a great parent turn-out! Money raised from the event will pay for an author visit in the winter and new library materials throughout the year Enjoy your new books, TES!

October Newsletter

October Newletter Attatched

Patriot Day

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Today we remember the horrific attack of 9/11. Our students gathered around the flag pole this morning to remember the lives lost and the bravery of our fellow citizens. Mrs. Copp shared with us the details of the Freedom Flag and led us in a moment of silence and pledge of allegiance. Our students and faculty dressed in red, white, and blue to pay tribute. Two fifth grade students hoisted the flag to half mast in remberance. May we never forget.

Girls on the Run

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Our students have begun another season of Girls On the Run! This wonderful program educates our 3rd-5th graders on health, fitness, attitude, teamwork, self-confidence, and social interactions. The girls have a lesson and activities each session and learn the proper way to stretch and have fun exercising. Go girls- keep moving forward!

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