Tippecanoe Middle School Daily Announcements
Rachael’s Challenge-Word of the week: Compassion – the feeling that you care about and are sorry about someone else’s trouble, grief, misfortune, etc. with a desire to help them.
Weekly goal: Say hello to 5 new people a day. This is a good way to meet new friends.
Lunch for Today: Gracie’s Beefy Nachos, Bean Dip, Fruit, Milk
Lunch for Tomorrow: Egg w/ Sausage, Pancake on Stick, Fruit, Milk
Attention 7th and 8th graders interested in wrestling this winter! Sign-ups for the wrestling team will be held during lunch today, Thursday. Coaches Krebs and Klepacz will be available to answer any questions and hand out information in the Choir Room.
This is a reminder that tonight, Thursday October 23rd is the fall choir concert in the auditorium at the high school. 6th and 7th graders are to report to THS at 5:45pm and 8th graders are to arrive by 5:30pm. Further information on concert dress and procedures can be found on Mrs. Hughes’ webpage.
There is no STEM club this Thursday. Next STEM club will be Thursday October 30th.
The 8th grade Washington DC trip is closed.
Outdoor Club: Our next trip is October 29th to the corn maze at Majestic Nursery and Garden. Please see the website for permission slips and activity link.
The Miami County Park District is looking for 6-14 brave students to take an adventure with us! We will meet after school once a month at TMS and then take the club members in our MCPD van to a Miami County Park for adventures and inquiry based science projects. Could you be one of our brave OAC members? Fill out our short application/essay contest and see! Everyone is invited to attend an informational meeting today, Thursday, October 23rd in room 122.
The office is looking for a few good young men and women to serve as “Office Aides”. If you are interested and have an everyday study hall during 2nd quarter, please stop in the office to apply. Thank you!!
Next week, October 27th-31st is Red Ribbon Week: a week to spread awareness about making good choices. Student Council would like the entire student body to join us by participating in the following spirit days:
Monday: Wear Red as a Kick-off to Red Ribbon Week
Tuesday: Inside-Out/Backwards Day to turn your life around with positive decisions
Wednesday: Jersey Day to stay active
Thursday: Hat Day to support the Fight Against Cancer
Friday: Costume Day to ‘scare’ away all your bad decisions (costumes must all follow school dress code)
Come join Student Council for a spooky night on October 31st at our Tailgate Party! It will be in gym from 4:30-6:30 pm. Come dressed in your costume and enjoy an evening of activities, contests, snacks, and fun! After the Tailgate you can head down to the city park for the final home football game of the season. Happy Halloween!
SWAT, our after school program for help with assignments, will meet from 2:30-3:15pm in the Media Center (or Frank’s Lab, room127, if the Media Center is not available) each school day.
PLEASE check the lost and found for any item you might have “misplaced”. It is full of coats, sweatshirts, shoes, school supplies, lunch boxes, and water bottles. We will be cleaning it out Nov.3rd. Also see Mrs. Stenger if you are missing jewelry, glasses or a wallet.
Sports: The 7th grade football team completed their season on the road last evening at Tecumseh. We won with the final score being 24 - 6. Our season ended with a 3 win - 3 loss record. The three games we lost, we lost by a total of 8 points. Our record by far does not represent the amount of progress these players made over the past 3 months.
Thanks for all your support and help throughout this past season. Coach Jon Fowler
7th and 8th grade girls that are trying out for basketball: Open gym will be from 2:45-4:00 on October 27th. Tryouts will be Saturday, November 1st from 8:00am-10:00am. You may turn in your paperwork to Coach Finfrock at school or at the open gym.
7th and 8th grade boys that are trying out for basketball need to see Mr.Willdermuth, to sign up and get information about open gyms and tryouts. The next open gym will be, October 21, at 2:45-4:00 and again October 23, 28, & Nov. 4th. Tryouts begin November 7th, time TBD.
Any student that plans to try out for a winter sport must have a Sports Physical and Emergency Medical Form on file before the tryout date. These forms can be found on the school website.
Your 7-1 Red Devils will HOST the 5-3 Arrows from Tecumseh on Friday, October 24 at 7:30 PM in City Park. Student and adult presale tickets for this game are $4.00 per student ticket and $6.00 per adult ticket. Student tickets are valid for any student in grades K-12. All tickets at the gate will be $6.00. We will also honor our middle school football players and cheerleaders during pregame Friday night. Tickets will be available at Hock’s Pharmacy Tuesday through 5:00 PM on Friday. All tickets purchased at Hock’s are CASH ONLY purchases. Tickets can also be purchased during school hours in the middle school office and the high school athletic office starting Tuesday. Elementary buildings will sell tickets through the office on Friday only. Elementary students should bring money in an envelope marked on the outside of the envelope with teacher’s name, number of student tickets, and number of adult tickets. Please include money in the envelope. It does not need to be exact change.
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