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Photos of the Week (above)
Week of April 20th-24th
April 27th: LIVE Virtual Morning Meeting
May 4th-8th: Teacher Appreciation Week
UPPER SCHOOL ANNOUNCEMENTS
7th-12 Art Getty Museum Project: Great work for students that are participating in the Getty Museum Recreate Artwork Project. These students used household objects to model and emulate their favorite artworks! This project will continue in the coming weeks as a fun family opportunity.
Please Continue to Consult the TMS 7-12 Continuity of Learning document for the most up to date schedule for synchronous learning and office hours. Please note that we will be having a Morning Meeting at 9:00am this Monday in place of Homeroom Meetings.
Wilkenson Public Library Erin Hollingsworth did a great job reminding 11/12 students how to access research sites remotely and is available for additional library outreach.
Kelly Stellmacher for guiding the school newspaper through these challenging weeks. It’s great to have something that brings us together!
Telluride Mountain School Teacher for creating inspiring immersion projects to fit the online platform.
Emily Durkin for her leadership in supporting students and teachers to complete and submit internal assessments to IB.
Breton Hampton and Maddie Ogilvie for modeling awesome initiative by coming to office hours and using the time to complete their HW three days before the due date!
TMS Alumni ‘10 and SpaceX Engineer Tucker Hensen for zooming in with the 7th/8th grade class to help with their STEM based immersion project.
Thank you to the McTigue family for collecting goggles to send out to health workers through Goggles for Docs!
ONGOING TMS EVENTS
Googles for Docs: Received a generous donation for shipping costs and will collect and ship goggles until May 1st.
IN OUR THOUGHTS
The Whetsell/Traylor Family: For the recent passing of Denise’s father.
The Sanna/Canclini Family: For the recent passing of Carmela’s father.
Mark Rikkers: Recovering from an injury sustained over spring break.
Keith D’Angelo: (TMS volunteer welding instructor) Recovering from a skiing injury sustained in late March.