News and Announcements

Family First for TK Science Teacher

Many people think of a perfect day as relaxing on some tropical beach or reaching new heights on some grand adventure. Shaun Davis said those kinds of things are great, but if he had to describe his perfect day it would be spending time with his wife, Pamela, and his family having a barbecue in his own backyard and enjoying the sounds of his grandchildren laughing.

MS Students Collect Light and Temperature Data

Is the ground hotter covered with grass, cement or some other ground covering? What type of surface also gathers the most light? How do they all compare and how does it all affect ecosystems? All questions seventh grade students had to try and answer using handheld temperature and light sensor probes.

Order your TKMS Yearbook Now

20-21 Yearbooks are on sale now. Printed forms can be found on the table outside of the main office or click the headline above. Place your order in the Middle School Office today for a soft bound in color yearbook for the 2020-2021 School Year.



Yearbooks will be available during Registration in August of 2021. $25.
No orders will be accepted after May 28 at the end of the school day (2:20 pm).

Students Share Dreams for a Better World on MLK Day

Each link of a paper chain draped around the Lee Elementary library holds a pledge from second and third grade students. Their pledges are ways they can help make the world and their community a better place – pledges like loving each other, helping others, being kind and staying positive - all in honor of Martin Luther King day.

TKMS Musical Cast and Choirs Overcome Numerous Obstacles

Laura Oprea and her middle school musical cast knew on the first day of practice COVID-19 could at any time force them to abandon their production and cancel their performances. It very nearly happened just two days before the three-night performances of “Schoolhouse Rock Jr.” were scheduled to run.
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