Please take a moment to mark your calendars. The following are important dates that you don’t want to miss for October.
Oct6-7 No School
Oct 10 No School Student Holiday/ Teacher Workday
Oct 11 2nd Quarter Begins
Oct 12 8th Grade-College Workshop w/US Guidance- Wear College t-shirts
Oct 11 MS Portrait Retakes- Gym Lobby
Oct 13 MS Chapel- Faith Hall 9:30am
Oct 19 8th Grade PSAT Testing
Oct 19 7th Grade Leadership/Social Media Workshop
Oct 19 MS 8th Grade PAL DC Parent Meeting – TFA Library 3pm-4pm
The 7th-grade students created puppet shows called “Life at the Greek Academy”. The students had a fun time sharing and utilizing their puppet skills.
7th Grade Science- Student engagement at its best. learning and having fun while modeling amoebas and parameciums with play dough.
8th Grade TFA Families,
The semester is already flying by and the PSAT is right around the corner. As the PSATCoordinator for this year’s test, I wanted to send you some important information about the upcoming PSAT/NMSQT, and the new PSAT 8/9. Test day is Wednesday, October 19th, 2016!
The Collegeboard website provides comprehensive information about the tests, how they are scored, the significance of the tests, and what to expect come test day. I encourage you to do your research, and explore the website to find out more about how the test is setup, and what to expect.
All of our 8th and 9th graders will be taking the PSAT8/9. For more information regarding this test, please visit the following link:
Here are some important reminders and tips to get ready for test day on Wednesday, October 19th:
Here is a list of what NOT to bring on test day-
The PSAT is a practice test for the official SAT. Please be aware that the PSAT does carry other special significance. The following things are important for each parent and student to know about the PSAT:
With the added emphasis pertaining to the PSAT, here are some short-term strategies that we ask you to please review with your student before the test:
I hope that these tips are helpful to your student. Lastly, but most importantly, pray for your child and all of our TFA students as they prepare for the PSAT on Wednesday, October 19th, 2016!
Thank you for being in support of your student and our TFA family!
Upper School College Advisors are holding SCAN (Student, College/Career, Academic, Naviance) meetings with 8th grade parents to cover
You can Click Here to Sign Up for any one of the dates below: Room 151 in the Upper School
Thursday, October 6 at 7:50 am- 8:40 am
Thank you to all those who made it to the first meeting!
All attendance notifications and questions should be communicated directly to Ms. Lyn Maxime, the new attendance clerk for both the Upper and Middle School divisions. All Middle School students who are tardy to campus must check in with Ms. Maxime when they arrive at school. You may contact Ms. Maxime concerning your student being tardy or absent at (407)206-8630 or email her at email@example.com.Middle School Attendance
E.C.H.O. stands for Every Child Has an Opportunity! It’s your student’s opportunity to grow and provides a home base for communicating here in the Magnificent Middle School! E.C.H.O. is your key (Did you hear that E.C.H.O.?) to communicating with your Magnificent Middle School Scholar. Let me E.C.H.O. that! It is your key (E.C.H.O) to communicating with your Middle School Scholar!
Here are the ABC’s of how E.C.H.O. can serve you and your student:
-Students are dismissed from 7th period to ECHO classrooms
-Students without signed parent permission slips are dismissed when a parent visits the lobby to pick them up. MS Office will contact ECHO classroom teacher.
–Students with signed parent permission slips are dismissed
–Student shows text from parent stating location of parent on TFA campus
–Parent emails ECHO teacher stating their arrival and location on TFA campus
Monday, Tuesday, Thursday & Friday: 7:50am-3:15pm
Students with gluten sensitivities have a few options in our cafeteria. Please ask for Chef Jaime, Greg, or Emily for assistance. Options include gluten free pasta available daily as well as grab and go salads, grilled chicken and hamburger patties. There are also a few items on the menu that can be tailored to be gluten free.
Our goal with the uniform policy is for students to maintain a professional look while at school. We appreciate your understanding and partnership.
Want to stand out from the crowd? Dress blazers are now available for all 6th-12th-grade students (male & female). Step up your wardrobe game and come to school dressed to impress! Blazers can be purchased in person at the Dennis Uniform Store (1101 N. Keller Road, Suite G-3 , Orlando, FL 32810) or online here: http://www.dennisuniform.com/ONLStore/d-store-home.asp?pageitem=12&pagenumber=1&gn=2&sc=ETF&dis=20851816