Tomahawk Middle School Newsletter
It has been my honor......
Please know that I wish each and every student a bright, happy, and healthy future!
Mr. Paul Kurth, the new principal, is very lucky to have such a talented group of students in his new building!
7th Grade Field Trip to Nicolet College - Career Exploration
Year Book Distribution
Yearbooks will be distributed May 22 during team. If students did not purchase a yearbook, there will be some for sale during team time. The cost is $20. Checks should be made payable to TMS.
Chrome Book Collection
The homeroom teacher along with the student will fill out a form to check the chrome book for any damage. It is important that the student also bring in the charger that was issued with the chrome book. If the charging cord is not returned a $25 fee will be charged for replacement. The middle school office has charging cords available for purchase.
Good luck to Betsy Hall at State Special Olympics! She will be competing in the 100 meter run and the standing long jump events!
7th Grade Living Museum
Greetings from the Middle School Physical Education Department
Soon we will be getting ready to do our year end fitness testing. This includes our “Beat the Record” days in which all of our students will be given the chance to break our school fitness records. These records are separate for each grade and broken down by gender. We have had some outstanding performances over the past couple of years and we are excited to see what happens this year. We will be giving out awards for top event performances and record breakers for each grade level at the middle school end of the year awards.
We will be finishing our year with some outdoor units. Hopefully Mother Nature will be kind to us.
Remember to take advantage of all of the opportunities that our area has to offer this summer and stay active!!!
Instrumental Music Department News
6th Grade Band
Well, we are wrapping up the first year of band. We have finished book one which is a great accomplishment and we just had our Spring Concert! Mr. Marin would like to thank all of the students for their hard work over the last year and hopes that they will continue with Band in the Fall. This is just the start of your child's musical adventures .
7th Grade Band
Congratulations to the 7th Grade Band for all of their hard work over the year. You have accomplished a great deal in the past nine months. While it is Mr. Marin's hope that everybody will continue with Band in the Fall, if your child is not participating in Band and you wish to sell your instrument, please contact Mr. Marin.
Summer Music Camps
If your child is interested in going to Music Camps during the summer they should contact Mr. Marin for information as soon as possible. Spots for music camps can fill up quickly.
Washington DC Trip
Thanks to everyone for a great Washington D.C. Trip. Hopefully all the students had a good time, learned about our nation's history and had their worldview expanded by this trip. If you are interested, there is a facebook page set up for this year's trip. It contains pictures from this year's trip as well as past years. The address is https://www.facebook.com/washingtondc8thgrade
TMS Awards Program
Tuesday, June 2nd, 8:30-11:30am
1048 East King Road
8th grade awards will be at 8:30
7th grade awards will be at 9:30
6th grade awards will be at 10:30
MAY 22, 2015
Yearbook distribution during TEAM
MAY 25, 2015
No School; Memorial Day
MAY 27, 2015
6th-8th gr. PBIS winners’ ice cream party, outside during Team time
MAY 29, 2015
All student library books are due!
MAY 30, 2015
THS Graduation Day
JUNE 2, 2015
TMS Awards Program; 8:00-11:30 auditorium
JUNE 4, 2015
8th Grade to Wisconsin Dells; 7:15 am-6:00 pm
JUNE 4-6, 2015
Special Olympics State Summer Games; Stevens Point
JUNE 5, 2015
Last Day of School
6th and 7th grade to Nokomis Park; end of year fun day
JUNE 9-11, 2015
TMS Football Camp; 8-10 am
JUNE 9-25, 2015