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WHAT'S GOING ON AT TVS ELEMENTARY?

September Calendar
9/4 NO SCHOOL-Labor Day
9/8 MAKE UP PICTURE DAY
9/11 Permission Slip sent home for 3rd grade girl and boy crown bearer drawing for Homecoming
9/15 Fifth Grade Field Trip to Symphony in Richmond
9/18 Drawing for Homecoming crown bearer
8/22 Homecoming Game
8/25 School Board Meeting 

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Posted Tuesday, August 22, 2017

7-12 Picture Day

High School/Middle School picture day is scheduled for September 19. CTC students should plan on having their pictures taken before boarding the CTC bus.

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Posted Monday, August 21, 2017

Solar Eclipse

Protect Your Eyes!
Never look directly at the Sun, eclipsed or otherwise, without proper protective eyewear. The Sun’s UV radiation can burn the retinas in your eyes, and cause permanent damage or even blindness.To watch a solar eclipse safely, wear protective eclipse glasses or project an image of the eclipsed Sun using a pinhole projector. (https://www.timeanddate.com/eclipse/total-solar-eclipse.html)


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Posted Monday, August 21, 2017

Solar Eclipse Stages

There are 5 stages in a total solar eclipse:
1. Partial eclipse begins (1st contact): The Moon starts becoming visible over the Sun's disk. The Sun looks as if a bite has been taken from it.
2. Total eclipse begins (2nd contact): The entire disk of the Sun is covered by the Moon. Observers in the path of the Moon's umbra may be able to see Baily's beads and the diamond ring effect, just before totality.
3. Totality and maximum eclipse: The Moon completely covers the disk of the Sun. Only the Sun's corona is visible. This is the most dramatic stage of a total solar eclipse. At this time, the sky goes dark, temperatures can fall, and birds and animals often go quiet. The midpoint of time of totality is known as the maximum point of the eclipse. Observers in the path of the Moon's umbra may be able to see Baily's beads and the diamond ring effect, just after totality ends.
4. Total eclipse ends (3rd contact): The Moon starts moving away, and the Sun reappears.
5. Partial eclipse ends (4th contact): The Moon stops overlapping the Sun's disk. The eclipse ends at this stage in this location.

(https://www.timeanddate.com/eclipse/total-solar-eclipse.html)


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Posted Monday, August 21, 2017

8th Grade Washington D.C.

On Wednesday, September 6th, there will be a parent /student meeting concerning this years 8th grade Washington D.C. trip in the Media Center at 7:00 pm. If there are any questions please contact Mr. Cottingim or Mr. Shockey.

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Posted Monday, August 21, 2017

Proof of Meningitis Vaccine Required

All Students entering the 12th grade are required to have one dose of Meningitis vaccine before the start of the school year. Parents may choose to have their children vaccinated through their own doctor or at the Preble County General Health District. Call the Health Department at 472-0087 for more information or an appointment.

Parents must provide the school with a copy of the updated immunization record by September 5, 2017. Students not in compliance will be excluded from school.

If you have any questions, contact the School Nurse @ 839-4693.

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Posted Monday, August 21, 2017

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