Tison Roo News 2016-17

Week of October 24th

Welcome to the (mostly) weekly newsletter for Tison Middle School! The goal for this newsletter is to provide information on Tison programs, activities, and events for students, parents, and our community.


I always appreciate feedback so if you have any comments or questions, please feel free to email me at lgreer@weatherfordisd.com. Thanks!


Respectfully,

Leah Greer

TMS Library Media Specialist

UPCOMING TISON EVENTS

Monday, Oct 24 -- End of Tison Band Fundraiser


Monday, Oct 24 -- 8th Grade FB vs Stephenville MS @ Roo Stadium (5:00 PM)


Monday, Oct 24 -- "Worth the Wait" Meeting for 6th grade Parents @ NGC (6:30 PM)


Tuesday, Oct 25 -- 7th Grade FB vs Stephenville MS @ Henderson JH (5:00 PM)


Tuesday, Oct 25 -- TISON NJHS INDUCTION CEREMONY @ 6:30 PM in Tison Cafeteria


Thursday, Oct 27 -- Tison VB (7th/8th) vs Brewer @ Brewer MS (5:00 PM)


Friday, Oct 28 -- Cappuccinos & Cocoa on sale in the Tison Library (see info below)


Monday, Oct 31 -- SICKLE DAY (see info below)


Monday, Oct 31 -- Donate 2 Dress Up 4 Halloween (see info below)


Monday, Oct 31 -- 8th Grade FB vs Brewer MS @ Roo Stadium (5:00 PM)


Tuesday, Nov 1 -- 7th Grade FB vs Brewer MS @ Brewer MS (5:00 PM)

MESSAGE FROM THE TISON PRINCIPAL

Dear Tison Families –


I am writing to share some personal news with you. Last week, I was offered and accepted the position of Human Resources Director of Secondary Staffing at Eagle Mountain-Saginaw ISD. This was not an easy decision for me to make and I want you to know that Weatherford ISD and Tison Middle School will always hold a special place in my heart.


Weatherford ISD will now begin the process to select a new principal for Tison Middle School and we will all work to make the transition as seamless as possible. Our focus at Tison will continue to be offering a quality, engaging education for our students.


Tison Middle School is a great place for our staff, students, and families. I want to thank each of you for your support and for entrusting me with your children. It has been a pleasure to watch them learn and grow during their middle school years.


Go ROOS!


Carrie Harrison

Principal

charrison@weatherfordisd.com

RED RIBBON WEEK -- OCT 24TH - 28TH

SPIRIT DAYS

Monday, Oct 24 -- "Hats Off to Being Drug-Free" (Students may wear hats)

Tuesday, Oct 25 -- "Crazy Sock Day"

Wednesday, Oct 26 -- "Wacky Hair Day" (No hairspray at school)

Thursday, Oct 27 -- "Red Eggs & Ham Day" (Students wear red)

Friday, Oct 28 -- "Scare 'Em Blue! Blue Out Day"


**On the "Scare'em Blue! Blue Out Spirit Day" Tison cheerleaders will be offering face painting for $0.50 to help raise funds for the family of a former Tison student who recently lost his battle with cancer -- no other face painting is allowed on this day.**


All apparel must be school appropriate & in dress code or parent contact will be necessary.

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2016-17 YEARBOOKS ON SALE FOR $35 LOWEST PRICE OF THE YEAR!

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The yearbook is on sale at the lowest price of the year!! Get your yearbook NOW for $35. The price goes up January 1, 2017. Yearbook accessories (i.e. name printing, yearbook cover, etc.) are also available at a discounted rate.


To order online, go to www.balfour.com and search for Tison Middle School (Weatherford, TX). If you want to purchase yearbook accessories, you must order online.

If you'd rather pay by cash or check, you can email tmsyearbook@weatherfordisd.com. Just be sure to include the following information: student name, grade level, and quantity of yearbooks you'd like to buy.


Please email Mrs. Fenton at tmsyearbook@weatherfordisd.com if you have any questions.

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Nutritional Information for French Vanilla Cappuccinos & Hot Cocoa

French Vanilla Cappuccinos

Serving = 2 scoops of cappuccino mix to 12 fl oz of hot water


Calories = 180

Total Fat = 5 g (no trans fat)

Cholesterol = 0 mg

Sodium = 110 mg

Total Carbs = 30g

Dietary Fiber = 0g

Sugars = 24g

Protein = <1g


Ingredients: sugar, nondairy creamer (corn syrup solids, coconut oil, sodium caseinate), dipotassium phosphate, mono-and diglycerides, silicon dioxide (anti-caking agent), sodium citrate, salt, sodium aluminosilicate (anti-caking agent), instant coffee, nonfat dry milk, natural and artificial flavors


Milk Chocolate Hot Cocoa

Serving = 2 envelopes of mix to 12 fl oz of hot water



Calories = 180

Total Fat = 4 g (no trans fat)

Cholesterol = 0 mg

Sodium = 300 mg

Potassium = 540 mg

Total Carbs = 32g

Dietary Fiber = <1g

Sugars = 16g

Protein = 1g

Calcium = 60% / Iron = 8%


Ingredients: sugar, corn syrup, modified whey, cocoa (processed with alkali), hydrogenated coconut oil, nonfat milk, calcium carbonate, less than 2% of: salt, dipotassium phosphate, mono and diglycerides, carrageenan, acesulfame potassium, sucralose, artificial flavor


*Both meet the Texas Public Schools Nutrition Policy which states that 12 fl. oz of beverages other than milk must not contain more than 30 grams of sugar per 8 fl. oz. Beverages will also not be sold during competitive periods with the cafeteria.*


Cappuccino & Cocoa sales support Tison Library programs such as the Tison Library Reading Challenge!

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The Tison Band is currently selling cookie dough just in time for the holiday season!


If you know a Tison student currently in band, ask him or her to let you see the order form. All orders must be turned in to the Tison Band Hall by Monday, October 24th! Delivery date for the cookie dough is NOVEMBER 17th. Since it ships frozen, cookie dough MUST be picked up on delivery date.


If you are interested in ordering, but do not know a Tison band student, please email April Page, the Tison Band Director (apage@weatherfordisd.com) for information on how to order!

TISON NOW COLLECTING BOX TOPS!

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We are currently collecting box tops! If you have any you'd like to donate, please bring them to the main office or have your student drop them off. Thanks!

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TISON ROO IN THE SPOTLIGHT

Grady Moore, 7th grader

Grady has been nominated by his ELA teacher, Coach Light, to be recognized in the Tison newsletter! Here are her comments:


"Grady is one of the most kind-hearted individuals that I have met. He helps with lockers, holds doors, and tries to help anyone that needs help in class. He even stops to help those who have dropped their things in the middle of the hall. Although he is extremely quiet, his actions speak louder than words."


In order to get to know Grady a little better, he completed a simple survey and below are his answers:


What do you most look forward to when you wake up in the morning and why?

I like to wake up in the morning because I want to go to school and have a good day of learning with all of my teachers.

In a word, describe school.

Learning

Write one word that describes you as a person.

Happy

What is your favorite TV show?

I like to watch ESPN. I like what they have to say about the players.

What is your favorite movie?

My favorite movie is one of the Superman movies. I like them because they have a lot of action.

What is your favorite song?

My favorite songs are all of the country songs because I like the way the beat goes with the words.

What is your favorite book?

My favorite book is the Outsiders. It is one of the best books that I have read in a long time.

What is your favorite game?

My favorite game to play is Phase 10 because it gets me to think in a different way.

What do you like to do in your free time and why?

I like to play sports and swim. I like to play sports because it gets me moving. I like to swim because it keeps me in shape when I am not playing sports.

If you could have lunch with a famous person, who would it be? Why?

It would be a pro baseball player because I would have so much to ask them about their career.

When you think about life after you graduate from school (high school or college) what career sounds goods to you and why?

I would like to be a professional sports player or a personal trainer. I would be a personal trainer because I like to push people to their best ability.

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@tisonprincipal (Principal, Carrie Harrison)

@WeatherfordDad (Assistant Principal, Trace Craft)

@brittonsfa3 (Assistant Principal, Stephanie Britton)

@tisonband (April Page, TMS Band Director & Jay McNew, TMS Assistant Director)

@belledirector (Tison All Stars/WHS Blue Belles Director, Laura Buckner)

@Tisonchoir (Choir, Kathi Richards)

@MrsFentonTMS (7th grade Math & yearbook teacher, Leslie Fenton)

@Profe_Ferrell (Spanish & Tison cheerleader sponsor, Kym Ferrell)

@GwenWard19 (Counselor, Gwen Ward)

@tisonlibrary (Library Media Specialist, Leah Greer)

@CoachGibbens (BlendEd American History, American History, & Coach - James Gibbens)

@mrtexashistory (Texas History - Corey Whitehead)

@1LBaird (Keyboarding teacher, Laura Baird)

@coachhull_TMS (Brittany Hull, Athletics and PE)

@MharrisScience (7th grade Science teacher, Melissa Harris)

@AndreaHayward3 (8th grade Math teacher, Andrea Hayward)

@ErinLight3 (7th grade ELA teacher & Tennis coach, Erin Light)

@wmohr8 (8th grade Math teacher, Wendy Mohr)

@mattnovikoff (Inclusion/Math Resource Teacher, Matt Novikoff)

@stpatterson11 (8th grade ELA teacher, Stephanie Patterson)

@smilesas8 (8th grade Science teacher, Sally Scott)

@Msscottscience8 (8th grade Science teacher & NJHS co-sponsor), Sally Scott)

@ToniScience (8th grade Science teacher & NJHS co-sponsor, Toni Chapman)

RED RIBBON WEEK -- OCT 24TH-28TH