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Principal: Claudia Harris / Assistant Principal:  Mitchell Hovey




October 16, 2014

  • Attention all students that signed up for basketball. There are lists of eligible students posted outside of G3. If you are not on one of these lists, you cannot try out. 8th grade boys tryout on Friday, October 17th and all girls tryout on Monday, Oct. 20th. See Mr. Lunt in G-3 for questions.
  • Need help with homework? Renaissance and AVID are now offering after school peer tutoring. The tutoring will be in H-7 and there will be tutors for Math, English, Science and History. The peer tutoring will be available once a week either on Tuesday or Thursday and starts at 3:05 and ends at 4:00. First tutoring session will be held today.
  • Every year hundreds of students are victims of bullying. Many of these students have self-harmed or committed suicide because of the bully’s actions. In memory of those who have committed suicide, Wednesday, October 22 is the Day of Silence. It’s a day students volunteer to be silent unless its class related. We hope you volunteer for bully-awareness.
  • Need advice? Newspaper is here to help. All you need to do is submit your problems to the Advice Box inside the library. Please put your name on your note, although it will not be announced in the paper.
  • Don’t forget that Friday is College Shirt Day!
  • Attention all 7th and 8th grade knowledge bowl participants. We will be having a meeting in H8 to prepare for the science competition coming up in November. Please plan to get together in Mr. Brown's room on Tuesday, October 21st after school. If you will not be able to make it, let Mr. Brown know. Again, that's Tuesday the 21st in H8 after school.
  • Thank you for supporting last week’s October 2014 Scholastic Book fair. You may still shop online for great books through October 21, 2014. You will find the THMS Scholastic page by clicking on Library Media Center, located at the middle of the left side on the Terrace Hills Middle School website. Remember, your purchases increase the number of high interest library books available.