All Smiles for Ice Cream!

December 6 ,2019

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Sometimes an unexpected treat is the one that tastes the best! Today we celebrated our students going phone free during instructional time for the first 15 weeks of the school year. Our staff are very appreciative of our student's willingness to unplug and tune in to instruction and we were very eager to reward the efforts of all. Thanks for your support on the homefront!
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Titan Updates....

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Celia Darling spent part of her day yesterday on WXXI's 1370 Connection as part of the of an hour long conversation of Youth and Climate Change. Great job Celia!
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Earth Club Wins!

Our Earth Club recently travelled to a regional conference and entered into a Water bottle competition with other local schools. Students had to take pictures of our water bottle stations at the beginning and end of November with the school that saved the most plastic declared the winner!

All State Students Announced

The following students have been selected to participate in this year's NYSSMA (New York State School Music Association) All-State Conference. These young musicians auditioned last spring and were chosen out of thousands of student candidates throughout the state. The conference began yesterday and ends with a Sunday morning performance right here in town on the Eastman stage. All four are singing in the Mixed Choir. Congratulations to Tristan Altobelli, Caroline Fountain, Isabelle Nitsch and Brynn Smith

Fall 2019 Bebras Challenge

All Thomas Computer Science Students competed in the Fall 2019 Bebras Challenge. The following received recognition:

Senior level (students who have taken at least a half year programming class):

Best of School - Scott Schleede

Distinction (top 25%) - Tyler Armstrong, Evan Bechtold, Molly Veerkamp, Tyler Williams, and Thomas Wygal.

Junior level:

Best of School - Sebastian Hudek

Distinction (top 25%) - Matt Brown, Joseph DiNieri, Nick Hamby, Ryan Miklos, Jared Ciminelli, Angelo DeStephano, Reed Frieda, Andrew Mason, Evan Mitchell, Alexandra Ophardt, and John Rider.

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PTSA Needs Your Help!

On Thursday, Dec 12th, PTSA needs volunteer greeters to help pass out Jolly Ranchers to students as they arrive to school. If interested, please sign up on the following link:

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Have some used t-shirts!!??

Adam Daniels, Celia Darling, and Heléna Robinson are collecting used t-shirts as their NHS senior project group. Shirts will be used to make dog toys for Lollypop Farms. Please drop off shirts today thru Dec 20th. There are boxes outside of the cafeterias and in the Blue House to collect the t-shirts.

From the Counseling Center...

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From the Athletic Office...

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Teddy Bear Toss Game

Thanks to our hockey community for the huge number of Teddy Bears thrown out on the rink at last weekend's annual Teddy Bear Toss game against Victor. Here our seniors along with Victor’s captains delivered wagons full of teddy bears to Golisano Children’s Hospital from the game.


Both varsity bowling teams, girls and boys, started out the season winning all their games and matches, against Brighton, each taking all 5 points. Cassidy Potter led the girl's scoring with a high game of 270 and a 3 game series of 757, Cassidy Anschutz had a high game of 259 with a series of 701. On the boy's side Brady Zenns had a 3 game series of 669 with Jack Fulton (team captain) contributing a 3 game series of 637.

Boys Basketball

Boys will play at Churchville Friday night to begin the season

Girls Basketball

The girls will play at Churchville Friday night to begin the season


The wrestlers traveled west Thursday evening to take on the perennial powerhouse Spencerport. The Titans were short a few weight classes and started the match at a deficit. Jackson Allen, Cameron Coccitti and Chris Pannell won their matches on the night. The Titans lost the opener 64-9. They will compete in the Pal Mac tournament this weekend.


The Hockey Played Victor Saturday at the Pollisini center on the campus of RIT. After holding a 3-2 lead heading into the 3rd, they gave up 2 goals and lost 4-3. Scoring for the Titans were Cullen Hennesey with 2 and Teagan Spang with one.

Hockey traveled to Lakeshore Hockey arena on Tuesday to play the Greece Storm. They picked up an 8-2 win. Goals were scored by Cade Spencer had 2 goals, Kevin Gabalski, Dylan LeChance, Adam Cala, Brandon Gierczak. Zack Wolfe, and Teagan Spang had one each.

The Titans are now 2-1 on the season.

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Have a great weekend!

Glenn Widor

Thomas Principal

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