The writing prompt date has changed again to December 11th. More information to come!
Happy Veterans Day!
As we explained before, we didn’t want to overlook honoring our community’s veterans this year despite not being able to do so in person. Please take a few short minutes to view the video presentation our wonderful PTA worked to create to recognize some special veteran members in our school community. Click the link below to see the video.
The IB writing prompt is now scheduled for Wednesday, Dec. 9th. The current plan is to administer the prompt virtually. However, we will send more information about that as we get it. Thank you for everyone’s patience as we work through the process this year.
Hello TES families and community members!
So many things have been happening! Please don’t mistake the lack of updates on this particular page as a sign of inactivity in the TES community. Change continues to come as we adjust to the needs of learning during a pandemic. Of course, we are all working diligently to prepare for the return of students after the school board announced it’s plan last week.
But before all of that, we will be observing Veterans Day. Our Veterans Day assembly is a time honored tradition at TES. The voices, faces, and artwork normally found in our auditorium on November 11th will be missed this year. But we aren’t going to miss recognizing our community’s veterans. We will be hosting a virtual assembly for the students on November 11th. Students will view a video/slideshow presentation that will also be made available on the school website for families and community members to view.
The slideshow will include information about our community’s veterans. If your family has a veteran they would like to recognize, please be sure to register them using this link: veteran registration. Be sure to register by November 7th to allow us enough time to put together the video presentation.
Like many changes that have taken place this year, it’s not easy to break slightly from tradition. But we’re excited to still provide an opportunity to celebrate these important figures and to teach our students about the importance of respecting those that serve(d) our country.
If you have any questions, please contact Ms. Ozmore.