Elementary Weekly Updates March 10, 2024

Elementary Weekly Updates March 10, 2024
Posted on 03/10/2024

Dear TMSA Families,                                                                          March 10, 2024

I hope you have had a great weekend with family and friends and sharpened your saws.  Here are your updates for the week ahead where everyone has genius and is a leader… 

Daylight Savings which means Spring Ahead! Turn your clocks forward.  

Monday is Career Day! 

Report Cards will go out on March 13. Be sure to schedule a conference if you have any questions or concerns.  We are now into the last quarter of the school year.  It sure has gone quickly!  

Important Dates:

March 10 Daylight Savings

March 11 Career Day! 

March 11 Leadership Meeting @ 2 PM

March 13 All Staff Meeting

March 13 Report Cards Go Home

March 14 - 22 Scholastic Book Fair

March 14 Early Release Professional Development @ 11:15   AM

March 15 Early Release Student Lead Conferences @ 11:15   AM

March 14 -March 22 Scholastic Book Fair

March 17 St. Patrick's Day

March 18 SIT Meeting @ 2 PM

March 19 Literacy Night (6PM) and Book Fair Evening Event(5-8PM)

March 19 Parent Champion Meeting 6-7PM

March 21 Spring Talent Show @ 6 PM

March 23 – April 1 Spring Break 


March  Saturday Academy Dates:  2, 9, 16


Leader in Me Habit 8:  Find Your Voice and Help Others to Find Theirs


People who have found their voice focus on expanding their circle of influence, being trustworthy, building trust, blending the voices of others, and creating a common vision.  They align goals and systems and empower others.

Those that achieve great things express their voice by developing their vision, discipline, passion, and conscience.  They recognize, respect and create meaningful opportunities for others to express their voices.


Kid Language

I have found something that I am good at and really like doing.  I am proud but do not boast.  Instead, I use my expertise to help and inspire others.


Ways to Practice Find Your Voice

    • Try something new like painting, writing poetry, horseback riding, basketball or baseball. Then ask yourself:  Did I enjoy myself?  Was it easy or hard?  Do I want to learn more?
    • Go to the library or search the internet to find reading material on new things. What kinds of things spark your interest?  What do you want to continue learning about?
    • Plan some time to help someone in need.  How did the experience make you feel?

Those are your updates for the week ahead.  Let’s make it a great week!  Goooooooooooo Tigers!



Mrs. Burke