Please take a moment to mark your calendars. The following are important dates that you don’t want to miss for April and May.
April 27 MS Steel Drum Concert TFA Alumni Commons 6:30pm-8:00pm
April 28 MS Chapel 9:30am-10:15am Faith Hall 7th Grade Student Led
May 1 Royal Sapphires Auditions
May 2 Parent Association Meeting 10:45am-12:00pm Faith Hall Room 301
May 2 PA Volunteer Association Lunch 12:00-1:30pm Faith Hall Room 301
May 4 National Day of Prayer
May 5 Educational Extension Event- Universal Studios
Last week, the Middle School Ensemble was featured in this semester’s concert “Bright Lights, Big City!”–a dessert theatre experience that celebrated New York City. Students participated in a variety of New York themed songs, while guests enjoyed New York inspired desserts. In addition, several middle school students were featured as dancers and skaters throughout the event. It was a wonderful evening that showcased the artistic talent of our students!
Attention 5th-11th grade girls!
Royal Sapphires Auditions
will be held:
Monday, May 1st
Faith Hall 3rd Floor Room CF
The Royal Sapphires Dance Team represents TFA at
Football games, Pep Rallies, Parades, & Chapels.
The Sapphires also use dance as a tool to
witness the gospel in the community.
Wear dance attire and come prepared to move!
Some Dance experience is recommended.
For more info: Contact:
Author Alex Chediak is speaking to Upper School students in chapel on Thursday, May 11th. Following chapel, we are hosting a Lunch & Learn for parents. All TFA parents are invited!Thursday, May 11 at 12:00pm in the Student Center
$10 per person – includes lunch – Click here to sign up: https://tfa.formstack.com/forms/lunch_and_learn_alex_chediak
8th Grade Celebration Chapel
9:30am-10:30am Faith Hall
8th Grade Video
8th Grade Keynote Presentation
Performances by our Middle School Ensemble
Middle School Teacher of the Year
Disney Dreamer and Doer
Christian Leadership Awards: Timothy & Ruth
Student Government Recognition
Please make sure to mark your calendars for this very important date.
We are actively collecting Box Tops at the Middle School front desk. This program will help our school earn money, but more importantly help teach our students how joining forces with each other can accomplish great things. This project allows our children to choose service before self and participation as a way of life. No need to trim anything neatly, just tear them off and turn them into the collection bucket located at the middle school front desk.
All attendance notifications and questions should be communicated directly to Ms. Lyn Maxime, the 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 firstname.lastname@example.org.
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