Wednesday-March 14

Good morning artists! Art Club meets today!! See you later!

7th and 8th graders need to make sure you are using your own locker with a school approved lock.  If you need a replacement lock, please stop in the main office.  Starting Thursday, unlocked lockers will be bolted.

(7/8th Building) Attention HOPE club members-Our meeting for this week has been moved to Tuesday, March 20 after school. We will meet in the TMSC 6th grade center cafeteria. 

Thompson Types will meet tomorrow, Thursday March 15th in the 6th grade center LRC.  See you there!

Attention all students- Student Council is sponsoring an open gym this Friday, March 16th from 3:30-5:30.  6th grade students will report to the 6th grade center gym and 7th and 8th grade students will need to exit the building and enter through the gym foyer.  The cost is $2 and you must have your school ID.  Refreshments will be available for purchase.  For safety reasons, students may not arrive late or leave early. Come join us for some fun! 

In honor of National Reading Month, the two middle school LRC’s are hosting a Bookmark Throwdown. Thompson and Wredling want YOU to put your artistic or graphic talents to the test by creating an original bookmark that promotes a love for reading. Be creative, be colorful… the winning bookmarks from each school will be professionally printed and distributed at BOTH schools. There will be two categories, hand-drawn or digitally designed. Teachers from each middle school will vote on the winning bookmarks. And the winner(s) will receive the prestige of their bookmark representing their school across the river.  Bookmark forms can be picked up in the LRC. The Bookmark Throwdown will run from March 5 through March 16. Winners will be announced Friday, March 23. Come on Thunder… It’s time to make YOUR mark!

Attention all students: Help support all HOPE clubs in the district by participating in the 2018 4th Annual HOPE Hustle on April 15th at 8:30 am at St. Charles East High School. Registration is now open. Join as an individual or join as a team! Registration information sheets are available in the main office. 

Calling all creative writers!  Fiction on the Fox, a creative writing open mic night, is calling for students in grades 6-12 to submit their original piece of creative writing to be read at this most special night.  See the flyers around school, Ms. Vander Woude, or your language arts teacher for more information!

6th grade building:
Thanks to all who voted for their favorite Rebecca Caudill! The Thompson 6th grade center’s favorite Rebecca Caudill was (drumroll please) A TIE between Fuzzy Mud by Louis Sachar and Awkward Svetlana Chmakova! However, students nationwide voted for A Night Divided by Jennifer A. Nielsen...another fantastic book! Check it out today!