2018-19

Daily Announcements

THURSDAY 10/18/18

 

LOCKER ETIQUETTE

As a courtesy to our wonderful custodians, please, please, please do not put things on top of the lockers. The tops of the lockers are dusted daily and often times things are falling off as they dust and are hitting them in the head. Going forward, anything left on top of the lockers will be thrown away nightly. Please be respectful of the hard work they do to keep our school looking so nice. Thank you.

 

SPIRIT WEEK!

Please make sure all costumes are school-appropriate.

Monday, Oct 22. - Meme Day: Dress like your favorite school-appropriate meme!

Tuesday. Oct 23. - Twin day: Dress like someone or a teacher!

Wednesday, Oct 24. - Character Day: Dress up like a real or fictional character!

Thursday, Oct 25. - Throwback Thursday: Pick a decade, or simply wear some awesome vintage clothing!

Friday, Oct. 26. - Color Day: Grade 6-Red, 7-Orange, 8-Yellow, 9-Green, 10-Blue, 11-Purple, 12-White.​

 

THESPIAN MEETING

Hello Thespians!

Friday, October 26th will be the second thespian meeting of the year! Even if you missed the first meeting you're more than welcome to join us in room 325 at 3:15! We've got lots of fun activities to share and plan!

 

NHS OPEN FRIGHT NIGHT

Who: All TSA students and families!

When: October 24th, @ 5:30-8:00pm

Where: TSA dock and parking lot

Get your spook on at Open Fright Night! Join NHS for trunk or treat, a Halloween costume contest, pumpkin decorating, festive music, dancing, concessions, and more! This event is free admission, but if you are interested in buying concessions, come prepared! Interested in participating in the trunk or treat? Sign up to decorate the trunk of your car and pass out candy on the NHS board by the 3rd floor main staircase!

 

BOOK CLUB

Book Club invites you to join them in reading their first book of the year, The Unwanteds by Lisa McMann.  Secure a copy, read the book, and meet with us in room 313 on November 6th to discuss what you read.  We may even bring snacks!  ​

The Schoology code for the group is 54GN9-XFPBX​

 

SAVE THE DATE: TSA HOMECOMING!

When: October 27th, 2018

Where: SeaGate Convention Center (401 Jefferson Ave)

When: 8:00-10:30pm

Who: 9th-12th graders

Price: $20 per person

*Tickets can be purchased in the box office after school on October 22nd-25th.

**Outside guest forms are available in the first & third floor office. They are due to Mr. Johnson by October 24th!

 

TSA PROUDLY PRESENTS THE FALL SENIOR HIGH MUSICAL:

Catch Me if You Can.

October 18-21 at the Owens Performing Arts Center

7:00 Evening Performances, 2:30 Matinee

GET YOUR TICKETS NOW!!!

Based on the hit film and the incredible true story, Catch Me If You Can is the high-flying musical comedy about chasing your dreams and not getting caught. Nominated for four Tony awards, including Best Musical, this delightfully entertaining show was created by a Tony Award-winning "dream team," with a book by Terrence McNally (The Full Monty, Ragtime) and a swinging score by Marc Shaiman and Scott Wittman (Hairspray).

Seeking fame and fortune, precocious teenager, Frank Abignale, Jr., runs away from home to begin an unforgettable adventure. With nothing more than his boyish charm, a big imagination and millions of dollars in forged checks, Frank successfully poses as a pilot, a doctor and a lawyer – living the high life and winning the girl of his dreams. When Frank's lies catch the attention of FBI agent, Carl Hanratty, though, Carl pursues Frank across the country to make him pay for his crimes.

Catch Me If You Can is a big and bright spectacle with high-energy dance numbers and a riveting story, making it an ideal choice for Community and Professional theatres.

 

COSPLAY CLUB

Would you like to improve your cosplay? Or maybe you want to learn what cosplay is all about? Join our first ever meeting on October 26th to learn our plans for the year and to sign up. Schoology code QV4WZ-94HDN

 

SENIORS!

Your senior picture, quote and baby picture are DUE to Mrs. Henderson before February 14, 2019!!  She will be happy to take them earlier!  You may email, bring in on a flash drive or bring in a physical copy (it will be returned to you).  If you have questions see Mrs. Henderson in room 312.

 

DISMISSAL PROCEDURES

ALL students are supposed to exit school via the second floor loading dock entrance unless they ride the Sylvania bus. If you do not ride the Sylvania bus, you should not be leaving through the first floor door.

 

ABANDONED GUITARS

Did you leave your guitar at school over the summer? If so, contact Mrs. Heer at mheer@ts4arts.org or come to room 407 to claim your guitar.

 

TSA CLOSET

No one in our TSA Family should go without.  If you or someone you know is struggling without enough clothing, proper shoes, or toiletry/hygiene items needed to take care of themselves, help is available.  Reach out to a trusted teacher, administrator, or staff member and they will make sure that any student in need receives items in a confidential, private manner. This is a common problem with an easy solution. Reach out to any faculty, staff or administrator today.


WEDNESDAY 10/17/18

 

LOST & FOUND

The lost and found is currently set up in the hallway outside the first floor office. If you are missing any personal belongings please go and check for it there. Do not take items that do not belong to you!!

 

LOCKER ETIQUETTE

As a courtesy to our wonderful custodians, please, please, please do not put things on top of the lockers. The tops of the lockers are dusted daily and often times things are falling off as they dust and are hitting them in the head. Going forward, anything left on top of the lockers will be thrown away nightly. Please be respectful of the hard work they do to keep our school looking so nice. Thank you.

 

SPIRIT WEEK!

Please make sure all costumes are school-appropriate.

Monday, Oct 22. - Meme Day: Dress like your favorite school-appropriate meme!

Tuesday. Oct 23. - Twin day: Dress like someone or a teacher!

Wednesday, Oct 24. - Character Day: Dress up like a real or fictional character!

Thursday, Oct 25. - Throwback Thursday: Pick a decade, or simply wear some awesome vintage clothing!

Friday, Oct. 26. - Color Day: Grade 6-Red, 7-Orange, 8-Yellow, 9-Green, 10-Blue, 11-Purple, 12-White.​

 

THESPIAN MEETING

Hello Thespians!

This friday the 19th there will be the second thespian meeting of the year! Even if you missed the first meeting you're more than welcome to join us in room 325 at 3:15! We've got lots of fun activities to share and plan!

 

NHS OPEN FRIGHT NIGHT

Who: All TSA students and families!

When: October 24th, @ 5:30-8:00pm

Where: TSA dock and parking lot

Get your spook on at Open Fright Night! Join NHS for trunk or treat, a Halloween costume contest, pumpkin decorating, festive music, dancing, concessions, and more! This event is free admission, but if you are interested in buying concessions, come prepared! Interested in participating in the trunk or treat? Sign up to decorate the trunk of your car and pass out candy on the NHS board by the 3rd floor main staircase!

BOOK CLUB

Book Club invites you to join them in reading their first book of the year, The Unwanteds by Lisa McMann.  Secure a copy, read the book, and meet with us in room 313 on November 6th to discuss what you read.  We may even bring snacks!  ​

The Schoology code for the group is 54GN9-XFPBX​

 

SAVE THE DATE: TSA HOMECOMING!

When: October 27th, 2018

Where: SeaGate Convention Center (401 Jefferson Ave)

When: 8:00-10:30pm

Who: 9th-12th graders

Price: $20 per person

*Tickets can be purchased in the box office after school on October 22nd-25th.

**Outside guest forms are available in the first & third floor office. They are due to Mr. Johnson by October 24th!

 

TSA PROUDLY PRESENTS THE FALL SENIOR HIGH MUSICAL:

Catch Me if You Can.

October 18-21 at the Owens Performing Arts Center

7:00 Evening Performances, 2:30 Matinee

GET YOUR TICKETS NOW!!!

Based on the hit film and the incredible true story, Catch Me If You Can is the high-flying musical comedy about chasing your dreams and not getting caught. Nominated for four Tony awards, including Best Musical, this delightfully entertaining show was created by a Tony Award-winning "dream team," with a book by Terrence McNally (The Full Monty, Ragtime) and a swinging score by Marc Shaiman and Scott Wittman (Hairspray).

Seeking fame and fortune, precocious teenager, Frank Abignale, Jr., runs away from home to begin an unforgettable adventure. With nothing more than his boyish charm, a big imagination and millions of dollars in forged checks, Frank successfully poses as a pilot, a doctor and a lawyer – living the high life and winning the girl of his dreams. When Frank's lies catch the attention of FBI agent, Carl Hanratty, though, Carl pursues Frank across the country to make him pay for his crimes.

Catch Me If You Can is a big and bright spectacle with high-energy dance numbers and a riveting story, making it an ideal choice for Community and Professional theatres.

 

COSPLAY CLUB

Would you like to improve your cosplay? Or maybe you want to learn what cosplay is all about? Join our first ever meeting on October 26th to learn our plans for the year and to sign up. Schoology code QV4WZ-94HDN

 

SENIORS!

Your senior picture, quote and baby picture are DUE to Mrs. Henderson before February 14, 2019!!  She will be happy to take them earlier!  You may email, bring in on a flash drive or bring in a physical copy (it will be returned to you).  If you have questions see Mrs. Henderson in room 312.

 

DISMISSAL PROCEDURES

ALL students are supposed to exit school via the second floor loading dock entrance unless they ride the Sylvania bus. If you do not ride the Sylvania bus, you should not be leaving through the first floor door.

 

ABANDONED GUITARS

Did you leave your guitar at school over the summer? If so, contact Mrs. Heer at mheer@ts4arts.org or come to room 407 to claim your guitar.

 

TSA CLOSET

No one in our TSA Family should go without.  If you or someone you know is struggling without enough clothing, proper shoes, or toiletry/hygiene items needed to take care of themselves, help is available.  Reach out to a trusted teacher, administrator, or staff member and they will make sure that any student in need receives items in a confidential, private manner. This is a common problem with an easy solution. Reach out to any faculty, staff or administrator today.


TUESDAY 10/16/18

 

LOST & FOUND

The lost and found is currently set up in the hallway outside the first floor office. If you are missing any personal belongings please go and check for it there. Do not take items that do not belong to you!!

 

LOCKER ETIQUETTE

As a courtesy to our wonderful custodians, please, please, please do not put things on top of the lockers. The tops of the lockers are dusted daily and often times things are falling off as they dust and are hitting them in the head. Going forward, anything left on top of the lockers will be thrown away nightly. Please be respectful of the hard work they do to keep our school looking so nice. Thank you.

 

BOOK CLUB

Book Club invites you to join them in reading their first book of the year, The Unwanteds by Lisa McMann.  Secure a copy, read the book, and meet with us in room 313 on November 6th to discuss what you read.  We may even bring snacks!  ​

The Schoology code for the group is 54GN9-XFPBX​

 

SAVE THE DATE: TSA HOMECOMING!

When: October 27th, 2018

Where: SeaGate Convention Center (401 Jefferson Ave)

When: 8:00-10:30pm

Who: 9th-12th graders

Price: $20 per person

*Tickets can be purchased in the box office after school on October 22nd-25th.

**Outside guest forms are available in the first & third floor office. They are due to Mr. Johnson by October 24th!

 

TSA PROUDLY PRESENTS THE FALL SENIOR HIGH MUSICAL:

Catch Me if You Can.

October 18-21 at the Owens Performing Arts Center

7:00 Evening Performances, 2:30 Matinee

GET YOUR TICKETS NOW!!!

Based on the hit film and the incredible true story, Catch Me If You Can is the high-flying musical comedy about chasing your dreams and not getting caught. Nominated for four Tony awards, including Best Musical, this delightfully entertaining show was created by a Tony Award-winning "dream team," with a book by Terrence McNally (The Full Monty, Ragtime) and a swinging score by Marc Shaiman and Scott Wittman (Hairspray).

Seeking fame and fortune, precocious teenager, Frank Abignale, Jr., runs away from home to begin an unforgettable adventure. With nothing more than his boyish charm, a big imagination and millions of dollars in forged checks, Frank successfully poses as a pilot, a doctor and a lawyer – living the high life and winning the girl of his dreams. When Frank's lies catch the attention of FBI agent, Carl Hanratty, though, Carl pursues Frank across the country to make him pay for his crimes.

Catch Me If You Can is a big and bright spectacle with high-energy dance numbers and a riveting story, making it an ideal choice for Community and Professional theatres.

 

COSPLAY CLUB

Would you like to improve your cosplay? Or maybe you want to learn what cosplay is all about? Join our first ever meeting on October 26th to learn our plans for the year and to sign up. Schoology code QV4WZ-94HDN

 

SENIORS!

Your senior picture, quote and baby picture are DUE to Mrs. Henderson before February 14, 2019!!  She will be happy to take them earlier!  You may email, bring in on a flash drive or bring in a physical copy (it will be returned to you).  If you have questions see Mrs. Henderson in room 312.

 

DISMISSAL PROCEDURES

ALL students are supposed to exit school via the second floor loading dock entrance unless they ride the Sylvania bus. If you do not ride the Sylvania bus, you should not be leaving through the first floor door.

 

ABANDONED GUITARS

Did you leave your guitar at school over the summer? If so, contact Mrs. Heer at mheer@ts4arts.org or come to room 407 to claim your guitar.

 

TSA CLOSET

No one in our TSA Family should go without.  If you or someone you know is struggling without enough clothing, proper shoes, or toiletry/hygiene items needed to take care of themselves, help is available.  Reach out to a trusted teacher, administrator, or staff member and they will make sure that any student in need receives items in a confidential, private manner. This is a common problem with an easy solution. Reach out to any faculty, staff or administrator today.


THURSDAY 10/11/18

 

SCHEDULE REMINDER

There is no school tomorrow or Monday, October 15th. Please plan accordingly.

 

LOST & FOUND

The lost and found is currently set up in the hallway outside the first floor office. If you are missing any personal belongings please go and check for it there. Do not take items that do not belong to you!!

 

LOCKER ETIQUETTE

As a courtesy to our wonderful custodians, please, please, please do not put things on top of the lockers. The tops of the lockers are dusted daily and often times things are falling off as they dust and are hitting them in the head. Going forward, anything left on top of the lockers will be thrown away nightly. Please be respectful of the hard work they do to keep our school looking so nice. Thank you.

 

BOOK CLUB

Book Club invites you to join them in reading their first book of the year, The Unwanteds by Lisa McMann.  Secure a copy, read the book, and meet with us in room 313 on November 6th to discuss what you read.  We may even bring snacks!  ​

The Schoology code for the group is 54GN9-XFPBX​

 

SAVE THE DATE: TSA HOMECOMING!

When: October 27th, 2018

Where: SeaGate Convention Center (401 Jefferson Ave)

When: 8:00-10:30pm

Who: 9th-12th graders

Price: $20 per person

*Tickets can be purchased in the box office after school on October 22nd-25th.

**Outside guest forms are available in the first & third floor office. They are due to Mr. Johnson by October 24th!

 

TSA PROUDLY PRESENTS THE FALL SENIOR HIGH MUSICAL:

Catch Me if You Can.

October 18-21 at the Owens Performing Arts Center

7:00 Evening Performances, 2:30 Matinee

GET YOUR TICKETS NOW!!!

Based on the hit film and the incredible true story, Catch Me If You Can is the high-flying musical comedy about chasing your dreams and not getting caught. Nominated for four Tony awards, including Best Musical, this delightfully entertaining show was created by a Tony Award-winning "dream team," with a book by Terrence McNally (The Full Monty, Ragtime) and a swinging score by Marc Shaiman and Scott Wittman (Hairspray).

Seeking fame and fortune, precocious teenager, Frank Abignale, Jr., runs away from home to begin an unforgettable adventure. With nothing more than his boyish charm, a big imagination and millions of dollars in forged checks, Frank successfully poses as a pilot, a doctor and a lawyer – living the high life and winning the girl of his dreams. When Frank's lies catch the attention of FBI agent, Carl Hanratty, though, Carl pursues Frank across the country to make him pay for his crimes.

Catch Me If You Can is a big and bright spectacle with high-energy dance numbers and a riveting story, making it an ideal choice for Community and Professional theatres.

 

COSPLAY CLUB

Would you like to improve your cosplay? Or maybe you want to learn what cosplay is all about? Join our first ever meeting on October 26th to learn our plans for the year and to sign up. Schoology code QV4WZ-94HDN

 

SENIORS!

Your senior picture, quote and baby picture are DUE to Mrs. Henderson before February 14, 2019!!  She will be happy to take them earlier!  You may email, bring in on a flash drive or bring in a physical copy (it will be returned to you).  If you have questions see Mrs. Henderson in room 312.

 

DISMISSAL PROCEDURES

ALL students are supposed to exit school via the second floor loading dock entrance unless they ride the Sylvania bus. If you do not ride the Sylvania bus, you should not be leaving through the first floor door.

 

ABANDONED GUITARS

Did you leave your guitar at school over the summer? If so, contact Mrs. Heer at mheer@ts4arts.org or come to room 407 to claim your guitar.

 

TSA CLOSET

No one in our TSA Family should go without.  If you or someone you know is struggling without enough clothing, proper shoes, or toiletry/hygiene items needed to take care of themselves, help is available.  Reach out to a trusted teacher, administrator, or staff member and they will make sure that any student in need receives items in a confidential, private manner. This is a common problem with an easy solution. Reach out to any faculty, staff or administrator today.


WEDNESDAY 10/10/18

 

SCHEDULE REMINDER

There is no school this Friday, October 12th or Monday, October 15th. Please plan accordingly.

 

LOCKER ETIQUETTE

As a courtesy to our wonderful custodians, please, please, please do not put things on top of the lockers. The tops of the lockers are dusted daily and often times things are falling off as they dust and are hitting them in the head. Going forward, anything left on top of the lockers will be thrown away nightly. Please be respectful of the hard work they do to keep our school looking so nice. Thank you.

 

BOOK CLUB

Book Club invites you to join them in reading their first book of the year, The Unwanteds by Lisa McMann.  Secure a copy, read the book, and meet with us in room 313 on November 6th to discuss what you read.  We may even bring snacks!  ​

The Schoology code for the group is 54GN9-XFPBX​

 

SAVE THE DATE: TSA HOMECOMING!

When: October 27th, 2018

Where: SeaGate Convention Center (401 Jefferson Ave)

When: 8:00-10:30pm

Who: 9th-12th graders

Price: $20 per person

*Tickets can be purchased in the box office after school on October 22nd-25th.

**Outside guest forms are available in the first & third floor office. They are due to Mr. Johnson by October 24th!

 

PICTURE RETAKE DAY

Picture retakes will be TOMORROW. If you missed schedule pick up, or would just like to have a new photo taken for the yearbook, listen for the announcement that will be made to release you from class.

 

TSA PROUDLY PRESENTS THE FALL SENIOR HIGH MUSICAL:

Catch Me if You Can.

October 18-21 at the Owens Performing Arts Center

7:00 Evening Performances, 2:30 Matinee

GET YOUR TICKETS NOW!!!

Based on the hit film and the incredible true story, Catch Me If You Can is the high-flying musical comedy about chasing your dreams and not getting caught. Nominated for four Tony awards, including Best Musical, this delightfully entertaining show was created by a Tony Award-winning "dream team," with a book by Terrence McNally (The Full Monty, Ragtime) and a swinging score by Marc Shaiman and Scott Wittman (Hairspray).

Seeking fame and fortune, precocious teenager, Frank Abignale, Jr., runs away from home to begin an unforgettable adventure. With nothing more than his boyish charm, a big imagination and millions of dollars in forged checks, Frank successfully poses as a pilot, a doctor and a lawyer – living the high life and winning the girl of his dreams. When Frank's lies catch the attention of FBI agent, Carl Hanratty, though, Carl pursues Frank across the country to make him pay for his crimes.

Catch Me If You Can is a big and bright spectacle with high-energy dance numbers and a riveting story, making it an ideal choice for Community and Professional theatres.

 

TSA TIMES

​The October edition of the TSA Times is attached to this email. Check it out!!!

 

COSPLAY CLUB

Would you like to improve your cosplay? Or maybe you want to learn what cosplay is all about? Join our first ever meeting on October 26th to learn our plans for the year and to sign up. Schoology code QV4WZ-94HDN

 

SENIORS!

Your senior picture, quote and baby picture are DUE to Mrs. Henderson before February 14, 2019!!  She will be happy to take them earlier!  You may email, bring in on a flash drive or bring in a physical copy (it will be returned to you).  If you have questions see Mrs. Henderson in room 312.

 

DISMISSAL PROCEDURES

ALL students are supposed to exit school via the second floor loading dock entrance unless they ride the Sylvania bus. If you do not ride the Sylvania bus, you should not be leaving through the first floor door.

 

ABANDONED GUITARS

Did you leave your guitar at school over the summer? If so, contact Mrs. Heer at mheer@ts4arts.org or come to room 407 to claim your guitar.

 

TSA CLOSET

No one in our TSA Family should go without.  If you or someone you know is struggling without enough clothing, proper shoes, or toiletry/hygiene items needed to take care of themselves, help is available.  Reach out to a trusted teacher, administrator, or staff member and they will make sure that any student in need receives items in a confidential, private manner. This is a common problem with an easy solution. Reach out to any faculty, staff or administrator today.

 


TUESDAY 10/09/18

 

SCHEDULE REMINDER

There is no school this Friday, October 12th or Monday, October 15th. Please plan accordingly.

 

SAVE THE DATE: TSA HOMECOMING!

When: October 27th, 2018

Where: SeaGate Convention Center (401 Jefferson Ave)

When: 8:00-10:30pm

Who: 9th-12th graders

Price: $20 per person

*Tickets can be purchased in the box office after school on October 22nd-25th.

**Outside guest forms are available in the first & third floor office. They are due to Mr. Johnson by October 24th!

 

PICTURE RETAKE DAY

Picture retakes will be on Thursday, October 11th. If you missed schedule pick up, or would just like to have a new photo taken for the yearbook, listen for the announcement that will be made to release you from class.

 

EMBRACE MEETING

Please join us for our next EMBRACE meeting this Wednesday, October 10th from 3-4p in room 307! If you’d like to be considered as part of our club roster for things such as voting, t-shirts, social outings, etc, you need to attend this meeting. We’ll be discussing important dates, planning our upcoming volunteering, and as always, discussing current events. Please reach out to Ms. Fowler with any questions!

 

TSA PROUDLY PRESENTS THE FALL SENIOR HIGH MUSICAL:

Catch Me if You Can.

October 18-21 at the Owens Performing Arts Center

7:00 Evening Performances, 2:30 Matinee

GET YOUR TICKETS NOW!!!

Based on the hit film and the incredible true story, Catch Me If You Can is the high-flying musical comedy about chasing your dreams and not getting caught. Nominated for four Tony awards, including Best Musical, this delightfully entertaining show was created by a Tony Award-winning "dream team," with a book by Terrence McNally (The Full Monty, Ragtime) and a swinging score by Marc Shaiman and Scott Wittman (Hairspray).

Seeking fame and fortune, precocious teenager, Frank Abignale, Jr., runs away from home to begin an unforgettable adventure. With nothing more than his boyish charm, a big imagination and millions of dollars in forged checks, Frank successfully poses as a pilot, a doctor and a lawyer – living the high life and winning the girl of his dreams. When Frank's lies catch the attention of FBI agent, Carl Hanratty, though, Carl pursues Frank across the country to make him pay for his crimes.

Catch Me If You Can is a big and bright spectacle with high-energy dance numbers and a riveting story, making it an ideal choice for Community and Professional theatres.

 

COSPLAY CLUB

Would you like to improve your cosplay? Or maybe you want to learn what cosplay is all about? Join our first ever meeting on October 26th to learn our plans for the year and to sign up. Schoology code QV4WZ-94HDN

 

SENIORS!

Your senior picture, quote and baby picture are DUE to Mrs. Henderson before February 14, 2019!!  She will be happy to take them earlier!  You may email, bring in on a flash drive or bring in a physical copy (it will be returned to you).  If you have questions see Mrs. Henderson in room 312.

 

DISMISSAL PROCEDURES

ALL students are supposed to exit school via the second floor loading dock entrance unless they ride the Sylvania bus. If you do not ride the Sylvania bus, you should not be leaving through the first floor door.

 

ABANDONED GUITARS

Did you leave your guitar at school over the summer? If so, contact Mrs. Heer at mheer@ts4arts.org or come to room 407 to claim your guitar.

 

TSA CLOSET

No one in our TSA Family should go without.  If you or someone you know is struggling without enough clothing, proper shoes, or toiletry/hygiene items needed to take care of themselves, help is available.  Reach out to a trusted teacher, administrator, or staff member and they will make sure that any student in need receives items in a confidential, private manner. This is a common problem with an easy solution. Reach out to any faculty, staff or administrator today


MONDAY 10/08/18

 

HOMECOMING GUEST PERMISSION SLIPS

If you plan on bringing a guest with you to homecoming, you MUST turn in a guest permission slip form for them. You can retrieve a form from the first floor office or the Principal’s office (room 317). Forms are due to Mr. Johnson by Wednesday October 24th.

 

PICTURE RETAKE DAY

Picture retakes will be on Thursday, October 11th. If you missed schedule pick up, or would just like to have a new photo taken for the yearbook, listen for the announcement that will be made to release you from class.

 

EMBRACE MEETING

Please join us for our next EMBRACE meeting this Wednesday, October 10th from 3-4p in room 307! If you’d like to be considered as part of our club roster for things such as voting, t-shirts, social outings, etc, you need to attend this meeting. We’ll be discussing important dates, planning our upcoming volunteering, and as always, discussing current events. Please reach out to Ms. Fowler with any questions!

 

TSA TIMES

​The October edition of the TSA Times is attached to this email. Check it out!!!

 

COSPLAY CLUB

Would you like to improve your cosplay? Or maybe you want to learn what cosplay is all about? Join our first ever meeting on October 26th to learn our plans for the year and to sign up. Schoology code QV4WZ-94HDN

 

SENIORS!

Your senior picture, quote and baby picture are DUE to Mrs. Henderson before February 14, 2019!!  She will be happy to take them earlier!  You may email, bring in on a flash drive or bring in a physical copy (it will be returned to you).  If you have questions see Mrs. Henderson in room 312.

 

DISMISSAL PROCEDURES

ALL students are supposed to exit school via the second floor loading dock entrance unless they ride the Sylvania bus. If you do not ride the Sylvania bus, you should not be leaving through the first floor door.

 

ABANDONED GUITARS

Did you leave your guitar at school over the summer? If so, contact Mrs. Heer at mheer@ts4arts.org or come to room 407 to claim your guitar.

 

TSA CLOSET

No one in our TSA Family should go without.  If you or someone you know is struggling without enough clothing, proper shoes, or toiletry/hygiene items needed to take care of themselves, help is available.  Reach out to a trusted teacher, administrator, or staff member and they will make sure that any student in need receives items in a confidential, private manner. This is a common problem with an easy solution. Reach out to any faculty, staff or administrator today.


FRIDAY 10/05/18

 

PICTURE RETAKE DAY

Picture retakes will be on Thursday, October 11th. If you missed schedule pick up, or would just like to have a new photo taken for the yearbook, listen for the announcement that will be made to release you from class.

 

COSPLAY CLUB

Would you like to improve your cosplay? Or maybe you want to learn what cosplay is all about? Join our first ever meeting on October 26th to learn our plans for the year and to sign up. Schoology code QV4WZ-94HDN

 

SENIORS!

Your senior picture, quote and baby picture are DUE to Mrs. Henderson before February 14, 2019!!  She will be happy to take them earlier!  You may email, bring in on a flash drive or bring in a physical copy (it will be returned to you).  If you have questions see Mrs. Henderson in room 312.

 

DISMISSAL PROCEDURES

ALL students are supposed to exit school via the second floor loading dock entrance unless they ride the Sylvania bus. If you do not ride the Sylvania bus, you should not be leaving through the first floor door.

 

ABANDONED GUITARS

Did you leave your guitar at school over the summer? If so, contact Mrs. Heer at mheer@ts4arts.org or come to room 407 to claim your guitar.

 

ADVANCED STAGE CLOTHING DRIVE

Time to clean out your closets...

TSA Advanced Stage is hosting a clothing drive on Saturday, October 6th from 9:30-2:30 at The Shops at Fallen Timbers, across from the movie theater.  

Accepting infant through adult sizes of gently used and new clothing, shoes, hats, outerwear, handbags, and formal wear.  

Support TSA and make room for that new wardrobe you’ve been dying to buy, what could be better!​

 

TSA CLOSET

No one in our TSA Family should go without.  If you or someone you know is struggling without enough clothing, proper shoes, or toiletry/hygiene items needed to take care of themselves, help is available.  Reach out to a trusted teacher, administrator, or staff member and they will make sure that any student in need receives items in a confidential, private manner. This is a common problem with an easy solution. Reach out to any faculty, staff or administrator today.


THURSDAY 10/4/2018

 

PICTURE RETAKE DAY

Picture retakes will be on Thursday, October 11th. If you missed schedule pick up, or would just like to have a new photo taken for the yearbook, listen for the announcement that will be made to release you from class.

 

AMERICAN SIGN LANGUAGE WORKSHOP

A free, 2-hour ASL workshop will happen from 3:05-5:05 this Friday October 5th here at TSA. Space is limited to the first fifty students who sign up. You can sign up outside the principal’s office on the 3rd floor. Please print your name clearly. If you have questions, contact Ms. Ferguson.

 

COSPLAY CLUB

Would you like to improve your cosplay? Or maybe you want to learn what cosplay is all about? Join our first ever meeting on October 26th to learn our plans for the year and to sign up. Schoology code QV4WZ-94HDN

 

SENIORS!

Your senior picture, quote and baby picture are DUE to Mrs. Henderson before February 14, 2019!!  She will be happy to take them earlier!  You may email, bring in on a flash drive or bring in a physical copy (it will be returned to you).  If you have questions see Mrs. Henderson in room 312.

 

PRISM MEETING

Prism is having its first discussion topic meeting on Friday October 5th! We will be discussing body positivity and how it relates to the LGBTQIA+ community. Please join us for a fun, informative, and safe conversation. Meetings are held in room 313 from 3-4pm on the 1st and 3rd Friday of every month. Hope to see you there!

 

DISMISSAL PROCEDURES

ALL students are supposed to exit school via the second floor loading dock entrance unless they ride the Sylvania bus. If you do not ride the Sylvania bus, you should not be leaving through the first floor door.

 

GLASS CITY STEEL AUDITIONS

HEY!! FUTURE GLASS CITY STEEL MEMBERS!!!! The first round of auditions for the after-school steel band will be on October 4th starting at 3:10 and continuing until all applicants have been heard. There is no experience necessary, but a good sense of rhythm and the ability to read music is ideal for a successful audition. Rehearsals for the after-school steel band will be on Wednesdays and Fridays and they will not start until the beginning of the second quarter (October 24th). If you are interested, please sign up for an audition time outside room 417. GOOD LUCK!!!! HIT COUNT HIT!!!

 

ABANDONED GUITARS

Did you leave your guitar at school over the summer? If so, contact Mrs. Heer at mheer@ts4arts.org or come to room 407 to claim your guitar.

 

ADVANCED STAGE CLOTHING DRIVE

Time to clean out your closets...

TSA Advanced Stage is hosting a clothing drive on Friday, October 5th from 7:30-4:00 by the TSA dock and Saturday, October 6th from 9:30-2:30 at The Shops at Fallen Timbers, across from the movie theater.  

Accepting infant through adult sizes of gently used and new clothing, shoes, hats, outerwear, handbags, and formal wear.  

Support TSA and make room for that new wardrobe you’ve been dying to buy, what could be better!

 

HANNAH’S SOCKS COLLECTION

Hannah's Socks is a non-profit organization that collects socks for low income and homeless families. TSA is working with Hannah's Sock to conduct our own sock drive! From Monday, September 24th through Friday, October 5th TSA will be collecting socks for women, men and children (we need children's sock the most). Please help us out by bringing in new socks to donate! There are donation boxes available in the 1st and 3rd floor offices.

 

TSA CLOSET

No one in our TSA Family should go without.  If you or someone you know is struggling without enough clothing, proper shoes, or toiletry/hygiene items needed to take care of themselves, help is available.  Reach out to a trusted teacher, administrator, or staff member and they will make sure that any student in need receives items in a confidential, private manner. This is a common problem with an easy solution. Reach out to any faculty, staff or administrator today.


WEDNESDAY 10/03/18

 

PICTURE RETAKE DAY

Picture retakes will be on Thursday, October 11th. If you missed schedule pick up, or would just like to have a new photo taken for the yearbook, listen for the announcement that will be made to release you from class.

 

AMERICAN SIGN LANGUAGE WORKSHOP

A free, 2-hour ASL workshop will happen from 3:05-5:05 this Friday October 5th here at TSA. Space is limited to the first fifty students who sign up. You can sign up outside the principal’s office on the 3rd floor. Please print your name clearly. If you have questions, contact Ms. Ferguson.

 

CATCH ME IF YOU CAN CREW NEEDED

If you are interested in being a part of the crew for the fall musical Catch Me if You Can, there is a meeting on Thursday October 4th. It will be from 3:05-3:20 in room 208. If you have any questions, please see Mx. Johannes.

 

COSPLAY CLUB

Would you like to improve your cosplay? Or maybe you want to learn what cosplay is all about? Join our first ever meeting on October 26th to learn our plans for the year and to sign up. Schoology code QV4WZ-94HDN

 

SENIORS!

Your senior picture, quote and baby picture are DUE to Mrs. Henderson before February 14, 2019!!  She will be happy to take them earlier!  You may email, bring in on a flash drive or bring in a physical copy (it will be returned to you).  If you have questions see Mrs. Henderson in room 312.

 

PRISM MEETING

Prism is having its first discussion topic meeting on Friday October 5th! We will be discussing body positivity and how it relates to the LGBTQIA+ community. Please join us for a fun, informative, and safe conversation. Meetings are held in room 313 from 3-4pm on the 1st and 3rd Friday of every month. Hope to see you there!

 

DISMISSAL PROCEDURES

ALL students are supposed to exit school via the second floor loading dock entrance unless they ride the Sylvania bus. If you do not ride the Sylvania bus, you should not be leaving through the first floor door.

 

GLASS CITY STEEL AUDITIONS

HEY!! FUTURE GLASS CITY STEEL MEMBERS!!!! The first round of auditions for the after-school steel band will be on October 4th starting at 3:10 and continuing until all applicants have been heard. There is no experience necessary, but a good sense of rhythm and the ability to read music is ideal for a successful audition. Rehearsals for the after-school steel band will be on Wednesdays and Fridays and they will not start until the beginning of the second quarter (October 24th). If you are interested, please sign up for an audition time outside room 417. GOOD LUCK!!!! HIT COUNT HIT!!!

 

ABANDONDED GUITARS

Did you leave your guitar at school over the summer? If so, contact Mrs. Heer at mheer@ts4arts.org or come to room 407 to claim your guitar.

 

ADVANCED STAGE CLOTHING DRIVE

Time to clean out your closets...

TSA Advanced Stage is hosting a clothing drive on Friday, October 5th from 7:30-4:00 by the TSA dock and Saturday, October 6th from 9:30-2:30 at The Shops at Fallen Timbers, across from the movie theater.  

Accepting infant through adult sizes of gently used and new clothing, shoes, hats, outerwear, handbags, and formal wear.  

Support TSA and make room for that new wardrobe you’ve been dying to buy, what could be better!​

 

HANNAH’S SOCKS COLLECTION

Hannah's Socks is a non-profit organization that collects socks for low income and homeless families. TSA is working with Hannah's Sock to conduct our own sock drive! From Monday, September 24th through Friday, October 5thTSA will be collecting socks for women, men and children (we need children's sock the most). Please help us out by bringing in new socks to donate! There are donation boxes available in the 1st and 3rd floor offices.

 

JUNIOR DANCE COMPANY

A brand new TSA dance company is being started exclusively for students in grades 6-8. To sign up you must commit to the entire 4-week session. Each session costs $10 and rehearsals are every Wednesday from 3:00-4:30. The company begins on October 3rd. There is no audition required, to sign up follow this link: https://app.arts-people.com/index.php?class=tsart

For more information please email Ms. Blanc at ablanc@ts4arts.org

 

TSA CLOSET

No one in our TSA Family should go without.  If you or someone you know is struggling without enough clothing, proper shoes, or toiletry/hygiene items needed to take care of themselves, help is available.  Reach out to a trusted teacher, administrator, or staff member and they will make sure that any student in need receives items in a confidential, private manner. This is a common problem with an easy solution. Reach out to any faculty, staff or administrator today.


TUESDAY 10/02/18

 

PICTURE RETAKE DAY

Picture retakes will be on Thursday, October 11th. If you missed schedule pick up, or would just like to have a new photo taken for the yearbook, listen for the announcement that will be made to release you from class.

 

AMERICAN SIGN LANGUAGE WORKSHOP

A free, 2-hour ASL workshop will happen from 3:05-5:05 this Friday October 5th here at TSA. Space is limited to the first fifty students who sign up. You can sign up outside the principal’s office on the 3rd floor. Please print your name clearly. If you have questions, contact Ms. Ferguson.

 

CREATIVE WRITING CLUB CANCELLED

Good afternoon everyone! Unfortunately, we will not be having Creative Writing Club this Wednesday. However, that doesn't mean you should stop yourself from writing something neat! Seeing as a new season has just recently started, take the opportunity to write about fall. Be sure to use lots of concrete images (what does fall smell like/taste like/sound like, etc.) and we can share them next Wednesday. Until then, have an amazing rest of your week!

 

CATCH ME IF YOU CAN CREW NEEDED

If you are interested in being a part of the crew for the fall musical Catch Me if You Can, there is a meeting on Thursday October 4th. It will be from 3:05-3:20 in room 208. If you have any questions, please see Mx. Johannes.

 

COSPLAY CLUB

Would you like to improve your cosplay? Or maybe you want to learn what cosplay is all about? Join our first ever meeting on October 26th to learn our plans for the year and to sign up. Schoology code QV4WZ-94HDN

 

SENIORS!

Your senior picture, quote and baby picture are DUE to Mrs. Henderson before February 14, 2019!!  She will be happy to take them earlier!  You may email, bring in on a flash drive or bring in a physical copy (it will be returned to you).  If you have questions see Mrs. Henderson in room 312.

 

PRISM MEETING

Prism is having its first discussion topic meeting on Friday October 5th! We will be discussing body positivity and how it relates to the LGBTQIA+ community Please join us for a fun, informative, and safe conversation. Meetings are held in room 313 from 3-4pm on the 1st and 3rd Friday of every month. Hope to see you there!

 

DISMISSAL PROCEDURES

ALL students are supposed to exit school via the second floor loading dock entrance unless they ride the Sylvania bus. If you do not ride the Sylvania bus, you should not be leaving through the first floor door.

 

GLASS CITY STEEL AUDITIONS

HEY!! FUTURE GLASS CITY STEEL MEMBERS!!!! The first round of auditions for the after-school steel band will be on October 4th starting at 3:10 and continuing until all applicants have been heard. There is no experience necessary, but a good sense of rhythm and the ability to read music is ideal for a successful audition. Rehearsals for the after-school steel band will be on Wednesdays and Fridays and they will not start until the beginning of the second quarter (October 24th). If you are interested, please sign up for an audition time outside room 417. GOOD LUCK!!!! HIT COUNT HIT!!!

 

ABANDONDED GUITARS

Did you leave your guitar at school over the summer? If so, contact Mrs. Heer at mheer@ts4arts.org or come to room 407 to claim your guitar.

 

ADVANCED STAGE CLOTHING DRIVE

Time to clean out your closets...

TSA Advanced Stage is hosting a clothing drive on Friday, October 5th from 7:30-4:00 by the TSA dock and Saturday, October 6th from 9:30-2:30 at The Shops at Fallen Timbers, across from the movie theater.  

Accepting infant through adult sizes of gently used and new clothing, shoes, hats, outerwear, handbags, and formal wear.  

Support TSA and make room for that new wardrobe you’ve been dying to buy, what could be better!​

 

HANNAH’S SOCKS COLLECTION

Hannah's Socks is a non-profit organization that collects socks for low income and homeless families. TSA is working with Hannah's Sock to conduct our own sock drive! From Monday, September 24th through Friday, October 5thTSA will be collecting socks for women, men and children (we need children's sock the most). Please help us out by bringing in new socks to donate! There are donation boxes available in the 1st and 3rd floor offices.

 

JUNIOR DANCE COMPANY

A brand new TSA dance company is being started exclusively for students in grades 6-8. To sign up you must commit to the entire 4-week session. Each session costs $10 and rehearsals are every Wednesday from 3:00-4:30. The company begins on October 3rd. There is no audition required, to sign up follow this link: https://app.arts-people.com/index.php?class=tsart

For more information please email Ms. Blanc at ablanc@ts4arts.org

 

TSA CLOSET

No one in our TSA Family should go without.  If you or someone you know is struggling without enough clothing, proper shoes, or toiletry/hygiene items needed to take care of themselves, help is available.  Reach out to a trusted teacher, administrator, or staff member and they will make sure that any student in need receives items in a confidential, private manner. This is a common problem with an easy solution. Reach out to any faculty, staff or administrator today.

FRIDAY 09/28/18

 

MS PRIOR ON AFV!!!

We know you love Ms. Prior. We know you love funny videos. So for one night only, why not combine them and watch Ms. Prior on America’s Funniest Home Videos!!!! Tune into your local ABC station THIS Sunday 9/30 at 7:00pm to see Ms. Prior in all of her funny video glory. #MsPriorOnAFV

 

CATCH ME IF YOU CAN CREW NEEDED

If you are interested in being a part of the crew for the fall musical Catch Me if You Can, there is a meeting on Thursday October 4th. It will be from 3:05-3:20 in room 208. If you have any questions, please see Mx. Johannes.

 

SENIORS!

Your senior picture, quote and baby picture are DUE to Mrs. Henderson before February 14, 2019!!  She will be happy to take them earlier!  You may email, bring in on a flash drive or bring in a physical copy (it will be returned to you).  If you have questions see Mrs. Henderson in room 312.

 

PRISM MEETING

Prism is having its first discussion topic meeting on Friday October 5th! We will be discussing body positivity and how it relates to the LGBTQIA+ community Please join us for a fun, informative, and safe converation. Meetings are held in room 313 from 3-4pm on the 1st and 3rd Friday of every month. Hope to see you there!

 

DUNGEONS & DRAGONS CLUB

We are still looking for people to join in our epic adventure! Dungeons and Dragons Club will be meeting this Tuesday October 2nd to continue our quest and we hope you will come create characters and roll dice with us! We meet the first and third Tuesdays of the month from 3-4:30 in room 205. Contact Ms. Lottier or Mx. Johannes if you have any questions.

 

THESPIANS!

Zombie Crawl Makeup Permission Forms Due next Monday October 1st!

It's going to be a lot of fun! Stop by Mrs. LeFevre's (room 325) for a form.

 

DISMISSAL PROCEDURES

ALL students are supposed to exit school via the second floor loading dock entrance unless they ride the Sylvania bus. If you do not ride the Sylvania bus, you should not be leaving through the first floor door.

 

GLASS CITY STEEL AUDITIONS

HEY!! FUTURE GLASS CITY STEEL MEMBERS!!!! The first round of auditions for the after-school steel band will be on October 4th starting at 3:10 and continuing until all applicants have been heard. There is no experience necessary, but a good sense of rhythm and the ability to read music is ideal for a successful audition. Rehearsals for the after-school steel band will be on Wednesdays and Fridays and they will not start until the beginning of the second quarter (October 24th). If you are interested, please sign up for an audition time outside room 417. GOOD LUCK!!!! HIT COUNT HIT!!!

 

ABANDONDED GUITARS

Did you leave your guitar at school over the summer? If so, contact Mrs. Heer at mheer@ts4arts.org or come to room 407 to claim your guitar.

 

ADVANCED STAGE CLOTHING DRIVE

Time to clean out your closets...

TSA Advanced Stage is hosting a clothing drive on Friday, October 5th from 7:30-4:00 by the TSA dock and Saturday, October 6th from 9:30-2:30 at The Shops at Fallen Timbers, across from the movie theater.  

Accepting infant through adult sizes of gently used and new clothing, shoes, hats, outerwear, handbags, and formal wear.  

Support TSA and make room for that new wardrobe you’ve been dying to buy, what could be better!​

 

HANNAH’S SOCKS COLLECTION

Hannah's Socks is a non-profit organization that collects socks for low income and homeless families. TSA is working with Hannah's Sock to conduct our own sock drive! From Monday, September 24th through Friday, October 5thTSA will be collecting socks for women, men and children (we need children's sock the most). Please help us out by bringing in new socks to donate! There are donation boxes available in the 1st and 3rd floor offices.

 

JUNIOR DANCE COMPANY

A brand new TSA dance company is being started exclusively for students in grades 6-8. To sign up you must commit to the entire 4-week session. Each session costs $10 and rehearsals are every Wednesday from 3:00-4:30. The company begins on October 3rd. There is no audition required, to sign up follow this link: https://app.arts-people.com/index.php?class=tsart

For more information please email Ms. Blanc at ablanc@ts4arts.org

 

NEWS FROM THE FLYING PIG CAFÉ

Do you want to get lunch quickly? Are you tired of waiting in long lines?  We have simple steps to help you today!

 

·      Have your school ID out and ready to scan! Can’t find your ID? You can order a replacement for only $5 (see Mrs. Jones in the 1st floor office) Have an old ID?  That works just as well! (Your bar code is the same every year and your old picture is adorable, we love to see it)

 

·      Get the ID out while you wait in line.

 

·      Don’t have either?  Bring your iPad.  We scan the big bar code on the back.  Have it out and ready to go to keep the line moving.  Have to keep your iPad in class?  Then you NEED your ID.  See above.

 

Are you paying with cash or putting a check on your account?  You still need to scan.  Have the $money$ AND ID/iPad out and ready to go. (For students with debit or credit cards, you can put money on your lunch account but only in the 1st floor office with a $10 minimum) If your adults at home want to pay online, it can take 10-20 minutes to load to your account.  

 

**Still don't have either one at lunch? For the 2nd,3rd,4th.....time?  Then please stay seated until the end of the line to come up so those with ID/iPad can move through the line quickly.**

 

Questions? Ask any lunch lady or Ms. Ferguson 

 

YEARBOOKS!

We have a FEW high school yearbooks left from last year 2017-2018.  If you are interested in purchasing one the cost is $55 and we accept cash or checks made payable to TSA.  Please stop in Mrs. Henderson's room if you are interested!

 

TSA CLOSET

No one in our TSA Family should go without.  If you or someone you know is struggling without enough clothing, proper shoes, or toiletry/hygiene items needed to take care of themselves, help is available.  Reach out to a trusted teacher, administrator, or staff member and they will make sure that any student in need receives items in a confidential, private manner. This is a common problem with an easy solution. Reach out to any faculty, staff or administrator today.

 

NHS @ CLEAN YOUR STREAMS!

This weekend, TSA’s National Honor Society participated in “Clean Your Streams”! Clean Your Streams is a program where local groups get the opportunity to make a real, positive impact on the environment by removing miscellaneous trash from local bodies of water. NHS spent their weekend trekking through the waters of the Maumee River and filling trash bags to the brim with garbage from Blue Grass Island at Swan Creek Metropark. Overall, their organization collected over 200 pounds of litter – varying from opened beverage cans, shoes, fishing wire, and even parts of a boat! Congratulations NHS!


THURSDAY 09/27/18

 

MS PRIOR ON AFV!!!

We know you love Ms. Prior. We know you love funny videos. So for one night only, why not combine them and watch Ms. Prior on America’s Funniest Home Videos!!!! Tune into your local ABC station THIS Sunday 9/30 at 7:00pm to see Ms. Prior in all of her funny video glory. #MsPriorOnAFV

 

CATCH ME IF YOU CAN CREW NEEDED

If you are interested in being a part of the crew for the fall musical Catch Me if You Can, there is a meeting on Thursday October 4th. It will be from 3:05-3:20 in room 208. If you have any questions, please see Mx. Johannes.

 

SENIORS!

Your senior picture, quote and baby picture are DUE to Mrs. Henderson before February 14, 2019!!  She will be happy to take them earlier!  You may email, bring in on a flash drive or bring in a physical copy (it will be returned to you).  If you have questions see Mrs. Henderson in room 312.

 

PRISM MEETING

Prism is having its first discussion topic meeting on Friday October 5th! We will be discussing body positivity and how it relates to the LGBTQIA+ community Please join us for a fun, informative, and safe converation. Meetings are held in room 313 from 3-4pm on the 1st and 3rd Friday of every month. Hope to see you there!

 

DUNGEONS & DRAGONS CLUB

We are still looking for people to join in our epic adventure! Dungeons and Dragons Club will be meeting this Tuesday October 2nd to continue our quest and we hope you will come create characters and roll dice with us! We meet the first and third Tuesdays of the month from 3-4:30 in room 205. Contact Ms. Lottier or Mx. Johannes if you have any questions.

 

THESPIANS!

Zombie Crawl Makeup Permission Forms Due next Monday October 1st!

It's going to be a lot of fun! Stop by Mrs. LeFevre's (room 325) for a form.

 

DISMISSAL PROCEDURES

ALL students are supposed to exit school via the second floor loading dock entrance unless they ride the Sylvania bus. If you do not ride the Sylvania bus, you should not be leaving through the first floor door.

 

DANCING WITH THE STAFF

Do you love to see your favorite teachers and staff members dance? Then come to Dancing with the Staff tonight at 7:00pm at the Bowser High School auditorium. Tickets are $8 for general admission. This is a show you do not want to miss!!!

 

GLASS CITY STEEL AUDITIONS

HEY!! FUTURE GLASS CITY STEEL MEMBERS!!!! The first round of auditions for the after-school steel band will be on October 4th starting at 3:10 and continuing until all applicants have been heard. There is no experience necessary, but a good sense of rhythm and the ability to read music is ideal for a successful audition. Rehearsals for the after-school steel band will be on Wednesdays and Fridays and they will not start until the beginning of the second quarter (October 24th). If you are interested, please sign up for an audition time outside room 417. GOOD LUCK!!!! HIT COUNT HIT!!!

 

ABANDONDED GUITARS

Did you leave your guitar at school over the summer? If so, contact Mrs. Heer at mheer@ts4arts.org or come to room 407 to claim your guitar.

 

ADVANCED STAGE CLOTHING DRIVE

Time to clean out your closets...

TSA Advanced Stage is hosting a clothing drive on Friday, October 5th from 7:30-4:00 by the TSA dock and Saturday, October 6th from 9:30-2:30 at The Shops at Fallen Timbers, across from the movie theater.  

Accepting infant through adult sizes of gently used and new clothing, shoes, hats, outerwear, handbags, and formal wear.  

Support TSA and make room for that new wardrobe you’ve been dying to buy, what could be better!​

 

HANNAH’S SOCKS COLLECTION

Hannah's Socks is a non-profit organization that collects socks for low income and homeless families. TSA is working with Hannah's Sock to conduct our own sock drive! From Monday, September 24th through Friday, October 5thTSA will be collecting socks for women, men and children (we need children's sock the most). Please help us out by bringing in new socks to donate! There are donation boxes available in the 1st and 3rd floor offices.

 

FACE PAINTING GROUP

Open to all students in grades 8-12 who are interested in learning face painting techniques.  Old and new members are invited to attend to learn about what will be expected this year as a face painter for TSA.  If you are an old member and you are still interested in participating in gigs, and you cannot make this meeting, please email me. The meeting will be held in Art Hayes' room 402, from 3:15pm-4:30pm on Wednesday September 26.  However, Yearly meetings will be held on Tuesdays.

 

JUNIOR DANCE COMPANY

A brand new TSA dance company is being started exclusively for students in grades 6-8. To sign up you must commit to the entire 4-week session. Each session costs $10 and rehearsals are every Wednesday from 3:00-4:30. The company begins on October 3rd. There is no audition required, to sign up follow this link: https://app.arts-people.com/index.php?class=tsart

For more information please email Ms. Blanc at ablanc@ts4arts.org

 

NEWS FROM THE FLYING PIG CAFÉ

Do you want to get lunch quickly? Are you tired of waiting in long lines?  We have simple steps to help you today!

 

·      Have your school ID out and ready to scan! Can’t find your ID? You can order a replacement for only $5 (see Mrs. Jones in the 1st floor office) Have an old ID?  That works just as well! (Your bar code is the same every year and your old picture is adorable, we love to see it)

 

·      Get the ID out while you wait in line.

 

·      Don’t have either?  Bring your iPad.  We scan the big bar code on the back.  Have it out and ready to go to keep the line moving.  Have to keep your iPad in class?  Then you NEED your ID.  See above.

 

Are you paying with cash or putting a check on your account?  You still need to scan.  Have the $money$ AND ID/iPad out and ready to go. (For students with debit or credit cards, you can put money on your lunch account but only in the 1st floor office with a $10 minimum) If your adults at home want to pay online, it can take 10-20 minutes to load to your account.  

 

**Still don't have either one at lunch? For the 2nd,3rd,4th.....time?  Then please stay seated until the end of the line to come up so those with ID/iPad can move through the line quickly.**

 

Questions? Ask any lunch lady or Ms. Ferguson

 

AUDITIONS

The 2018 2019 Senior High play is William Shakespeare’s gender-bending, disguise-wearing, prank-playing, love-sick comedy “Twelfth Night, or What You Will” (so much fun, he had to give it TWO titles!). Auditions will be held on Friday, September 28th from 3-6pm in room 331. Please prepare a 1 minute MEMORIZED monologue from any Shakespeare play. Suggestions and much more info is available on the Schoology Group page: 4J7F8-TC7NZ. Or email Ms. Quinlan with any questions. The sign-up sheet is on the 3rd floor theatre board.​

 

YEARBOOKS!

We have a FEW high school yearbooks left from last year 2017-2018.  If you are interested in purchasing one the cost is $55 and we accept cash or checks made payable to TSA.  Please stop in Mrs. Henderson's room if you are interested!

 

TSA CLOSET

No one in our TSA Family should go without.  If you or someone you know is struggling without enough clothing, proper shoes, or toiletry/hygiene items needed to take care of themselves, help is available.  Reach out to a trusted teacher, administrator, or staff member and they will make sure that any student in need receives items in a confidential, private manner. This is a common problem with an easy solution. Reach out to any faculty, staff or administrator today.

 

NHS @ CLEAN YOUR STREAMS!

This weekend, TSA’s National Honor Society participated in “Clean Your Streams”! Clean Your Streams is a program where local groups get the opportunity to make a real, positive impact on the environment by removing miscellaneous trash from local bodies of water. NHS spent their weekend trekking through the waters of the Maumee River and filling trash bags to the brim with garbage from Blue Grass Island at Swan Creek Metropark. Overall, their organization collected over 200 pounds of litter – varying from opened beverage cans, shoes, fishing wire, and even parts of a boat! Congratulations NHS!


WEDNESDAY 09/26/18

 

MS PRIOR ON AFV!!!

We know you love Ms. Prior. We know you love funny videos. So for one night only, why not combine them and watch Ms. Prior on America’s Funniest Home Videos!!!! Tune into your local ABC station THIS Sunday 9/30 at 7:00pm to see Ms. Prior in all of her funny video glory. #MsPriorOnAFV

 

THESPIANS!

Zombie Crawl Makeup Permission Forms Due next Monday October 1st!

It's going to be a lot of fun! Stop by Mrs. LeFevre's (room 325) for a form.

 

DISMISSAL PROCEDURES

ALL students are supposed to exit school via the second floor loading dock entrance unless they ride the Sylvania bus. If you do not ride the Sylvania bus, you should not be leaving through the first floor door.

 

DANCING WITH THE STAFF

Do you love to see your favorite teachers and staff members dance? Then come to Dancing with the Staff tomorrow at 7:00pm at the Bowser High School auditorium. Tickets are $8 for general admission. This is a show you do not want to miss!!!

 

GLASS CITY STEEL AUDITIONS

HEY!! FUTURE GLASS CITY STEEL MEMBERS!!!! The first round of auditions for the after-school steel band will be on October 4th starting at 3:10 and continuing until all applicants have been heard. There is no experience necessary, but a good sense of rhythm and the ability to read music is ideal for a successful audition. Rehearsals for the after-school steel band will be on Wednesdays and Fridays and they will not start until the beginning of the second quarter (October 24th). If you are interested, please sign up for an audition time outside room 417. GOOD LUCK!!!! HIT COUNT HIT!!!

 

ABANDONDED GUITARS

Did you leave your guitar at school over the summer? If so, contact Mrs. Heer at mheer@ts4arts.org or come to room 407 to claim your guitar.

 

ADVANCED STAGE CLOTHING DRIVE

Time to clean out your closets...

TSA Advanced Stage is hosting a clothing drive on Friday, October 5th from 7:30-4:00 by the TSA dock and Saturday, October 6th from 9:30-2:30 at The Shops at Fallen Timbers, across from the movie theater.  

Accepting infant through adult sizes of gently used and new clothing, shoes, hats, outerwear, handbags, and formal wear.  

Support TSA and make room for that new wardrobe you’ve been dying to buy, what could be better!​

 

HANNAH’S SOCKS COLLECTION

Hannah's Socks is a non-profit organization that collects socks for low income and homeless families. TSA is working with Hannah's Sock to conduct our own sock drive! From Monday, September 24th through Friday, October 5thTSA will be collecting socks for women, men and children (we need children's sock the most). Please help us out by bringing in new socks to donate! There are donation boxes available in the 1st and 3rd floor offices.

 

FACE PAINTING GROUP

Open to all students in grades 8-12 who are interested in learning face painting techniques.  Old and new members are invited to attend to learn about what will be expected this year as a face painter for TSA.  If you are an old member and you are still interested in participating in gigs, and you cannot make this meeting, please email me. The meeting will be held in Art Hayes' room 402, from 3:15pm-4:30pm on Wednesday September 26.  However, Yearly meetings will be held on Tuesdays.

 

JUNIOR DANCE COMPANY

A brand new TSA dance company is being started exclusively for students in grades 6-8. To sign up you must commit to the entire 4-week session. Each session costs $10 and rehearsals are every Wednesday from 3:00-4:30. The company begins on October 3rd. There is no audition required, to sign up follow this link: https://app.arts-people.com/index.php?class=tsart

For more information please email Ms. Blanc at ablanc@ts4arts.org

 

NEWS FROM THE FLYING PIG CAFÉ

Do you want to get lunch quickly? Are you tired of waiting in long lines?  We have simple steps to help you today!

 

·      Have your school ID out and ready to scan! Can’t find your ID? You can order a replacement for only $5 (see Mrs. Jones in the 1st floor office) Have an old ID?  That works just as well! (Your bar code is the same every year and your old picture is adorable, we love to see it)

 

·      Get the ID out while you wait in line.

 

·      Don’t have either?  Bring your iPad.  We scan the big bar code on the back.  Have it out and ready to go to keep the line moving.  Have to keep your iPad in class?  Then you NEED your ID.  See above.

 

Are you paying with cash or putting a check on your account?  You still need to scan.  Have the $money$ AND ID/iPad out and ready to go. (For students with debit or credit cards, you can put money on your lunch account but only in the 1st floor office with a $10 minimum) If your adults at home want to pay online, it can take 10-20 minutes to load to your account.  

 

**Still don't have either one at lunch? For the 2nd,3rd,4th.....time?  Then please stay seated until the end of the line to come up so those with ID/iPad can move through the line quickly.**

 

Questions? Ask any lunch lady or Ms. Ferguson

 

AUDITIONS

The 2018 2019 Senior High play is William Shakespeare’s gender-bending, disguise-wearing, prank-playing, love-sick comedy “Twelfth Night, or What You Will” (so much fun, he had to give it TWO titles!). Auditions will be held on Friday, September 28th from 3-6pm in room 331. Please prepare a 1 minute MEMORIZED monologue from any Shakespeare play. Suggestions and much more info is available on the Schoology Group page: 4J7F8-TC7NZ. Or email Ms. Quinlan with any questions. The sign-up sheet is on the 3rd floor theatre board.​

 

COMIC BOOK CLASS

Do you love comic books? The Art Supply Depo is holding a comic book class that is held every Saturday of October from 3:00-5:00pm. This workshop will explore the many methods of creating a comic book. Students will be guided in a 4 week process where they will write, draw, and produce an 8-12 page comic book. For more information, or to purchase tickets for this class, visit www.arsupplydepo.com/toledo-workshops/

 

YEARBOOKS!

We have a FEW high school yearbooks left from last year 2017-2018.  If you are interested in purchasing one the cost is $55 and we accept cash or checks made payable to TSA.  Please stop in Mrs. Henderson's room if you are interested!

 

TSA CLOSET

No one in our TSA Family should go without.  If you or someone you know is struggling without enough clothing, proper shoes, or toiletry/hygiene items needed to take care of themselves, help is available.  Reach out to a trusted teacher, administrator, or staff member and they will make sure that any student in need receives items in a confidential, private manner. This is a common problem with an easy solution. Reach out to any faculty, staff or administrator today.

 

NHS @ CLEAN YOUR STREAMS!

This weekend, TSA’s National Honor Society participated in “Clean Your Streams”! Clean Your Streams is a program where local groups get the opportunity to make a real, positive impact on the environment by removing miscellaneous trash from local bodies of water. NHS spent their weekend trekking through the waters of the Maumee River and filling trash bags to the brim with garbage from Blue Grass Island at Swan Creek Metropark. Overall, their organization collected over 200 pounds of litter – varying from opened beverage cans, shoes, fishing wire, and even parts of a boat! Congratulations NHS!


TUESDAY 09/25/18

 

DISMISSAL PROCEDURES

ALL students are supposed to exit school via the second floor loading dock entrance unless they ride the Sylvania bus. If you do not ride the Sylvania bus, you should not be leaving through the first floor door.

 

DANCING WITH THE STAFF

Do you love to see your favorite teachers and staff members dance? Then come to Dancing with the Staff this Thursday at 7:00pm at the Bowser High School auditorium. Tickets are $8 for general admission. This is a show you do not want to miss!!!

 

GLASS CITY STEEL AUDITIONS

HEY!! FUTURE GLASS CITY STEEL MEMBERS!!!! The first round of auditions for the after-school steel band will be on October 4th starting at 3:10 and continuing until all applicants have been heard. There is no experience necessary, but a good sense of rhythm and the ability to read music is ideal for a successful audition. Rehearsals for the after-school steel band will be on Wednesdays and Fridays and they will not start until the beginning of the second quarter (October 24th). If you are interested, please sign up for an audition time outside room 417. GOOD LUCK!!!! HIT COUNT HIT!!!

 

ABANDONED GUITARS

Did you leave your guitar at school over the summer? If so, contact Mrs. Heer at mheer@ts4arts.org or come to room 407 to claim your guitar.

 

ADVANCED STAGE CLOTHING DRIVE

Time to clean out your closets...

TSA Advanced Stage is hosting a clothing drive on Friday, October 5th from 7:30-4:00 by the TSA dock and Saturday, October 6th from 9:30-2:30 at The Shops at Fallen Timbers, across from the movie theater.  

Accepting infant through adult sizes of gently used and new clothing, shoes, hats, outerwear, handbags, and formal wear.  

Support TSA and make room for that new wardrobe you’ve been dying to buy, what could be better!​

 

HANNAH’S SOCKS COLLECTION

Hannah's Socks is a non-profit organization that collects socks for low income and homeless families. TSA is working with Hannah's Sock to conduct our own sock drive! From Monday, September 24th through Friday, October 5thTSA will be collecting socks for women, men and children (we need children's sock the most). Please help us out by bringing in new socks to donate! There are donation boxes available in the 1st and 3rd floor offices.

 

FACE PAINTING GROUP

Open to all students in grades 8-12 who are interested in learning face painting techniques.  Old and new members are invited to attend to learn about what will be expected this year as a face painter for TSA.  If you are an old member and you are still interested in participating in gigs, and you cannot make this meeting, please email me. The meeting will be held in Art Hayes' room 402, from 3:15pm-4:30pm on Wednesday September 26.  However, Yearly meetings will be held on Tuesdays.

 

JUNIOR DANCE COMPANY

A brand new TSA dance company is being started exclusively for students in grades 6-8. To sign up you must commit to the entire 4-week session. Each session costs $10 and rehearsals are every Wednesday from 3:00-4:30. The company begins on October 3rd. There is no audition required, to sign up follow this link: https://app.arts-people.com/index.php?class=tsart

For more information please email Ms. Blanc at ablanc@ts4arts.org

 

NEWS FROM THE FLYING PIG CAFÉ

Do you want to get lunch quickly? Are you tired of waiting in long lines?  We have simple steps to help you today!

 

·      Have your school ID out and ready to scan! Can’t find your ID? You can order a replacement for only $5 (see Mrs. Jones in the 1st floor office) Have an old ID?  That works just as well! (Your bar code is the same every year and your old picture is adorable, we love to see it)

 

·      Get the ID out while you wait in line.

 

·      Don’t have either?  Bring your iPad.  We scan the big bar code on the back.  Have it out and ready to go to keep the line moving.  Have to keep your iPad in class?  Then you NEED your ID.  See above.

 

Are you paying with cash or putting a check on your account?  You still need to scan.  Have the $money$ AND ID/iPad out and ready to go. (For students with debit or credit cards, you can put money on your lunch account but only in the 1st floor office with a $10 minimum) If your adults at home want to pay online, it can take 10-20 minutes to load to your account.  

 

**Still don't have either one at lunch? For the 2nd,3rd,4th.....time?  Then please stay seated until the end of the line to come up so those with ID/iPad can move through the line quickly.**

 

Questions? Ask any lunch lady or Ms. Ferguson

 

AUDITIONS

The 2018 2019 Senior High play is William Shakespeare’s gender-bending, disguise-wearing, prank-playing, love-sick comedy “Twelfth Night, or What You Will” (so much fun, he had to give it TWO titles!). Auditions will be held on Friday, September 28th from 3-6pm in room 331. Please prepare a 1 minute MEMORIZED monologue from any Shakespeare play. Suggestions and much more info is available on the Schoology Group page: 4J7F8-TC7NZ. Or email Ms. Quinlan with any questions. The sign-up sheet is on the 3rd floor theatre board.​

 

COMIC BOOK CLASS

Do you love comic books? The Art Supply Depo is holding a comic book class that is held every Saturday of October from 3:00-5:00pm. This workshop will explore the many methods of creating a comic book. Students will be guided in a 4 week process where they will write, draw, and produce an 8-12 page comic book. For more information, or to purchase tickets for this class, visit www.arsupplydepo.com/toledo-workshops/

 

YEARBOOKS!

We have a FEW high school yearbooks left from last year 2017-2018.  If you are interested in purchasing one the cost is $55 and we accept cash or checks made payable to TSA.  Please stop in Mrs. Henderson's room if you are interested!

 

TSA CLOSET

No one in our TSA Family should go without.  If you or someone you know is struggling without enough clothing, proper shoes, or toiletry/hygiene items needed to take care of themselves, help is available.  Reach out to a trusted teacher, administrator, or staff member and they will make sure that any student in need receives items in a confidential, private manner. This is a common problem with an easy solution. Reach out to any faculty, staff or administrator today.

 

NHS @ CLEAN YOUR STREAMS!

This weekend, TSA’s National Honor Society participated in “Clean Your Streams”! Clean Your Streams is a program where local groups get the opportunity to make a real, positive impact on the environment by removing miscellaneous trash from local bodies of water. NHS spent their weekend trekking through the waters of the Maumee River and filling trash bags to the brim with garbage from Blue Grass Island at Swan Creek Metropark. Overall, their organization collected over 200 pounds of litter – varying from opened beverage cans, shoes, fishing wire, and even parts of a boat! Congratulations NHS!


MONDAY 09/24/18

 

LOST & FOUND

If you have found yourself missing one of your possessions, please go to the first floor office and check the lost and found. The collection is already very large and grows every single day. There are many jackets, agenda books and some lunch boxes! Don’t go home without your stuff!! Check the lost and found!!

DANCING WITH THE STAFF

Do you love to see your favorite teachers and staff members dance? Then come to Dancing with the Staff this Thursday at 7:00pm at the Bowser High School auditorium. Tickets are $8 for general admission. This is a show you do not want to miss!!!

 

GLASS CITY STEEL AUDITIONS

HEY!! FUTURE GLASS CITY STEEL MEMBERS!!!! The first round of auditions for the after-school steel band will be on October 4th starting at 3:10 and continuing until all applicants have been heard. There is no experience necessary, but a good sense of rhythm and the ability to read music is ideal for a successful audition. Rehearsals for the after-school steel band will be on Wednesdays and Fridays and they will not start until the beginning of the second quarter (October 24th). If you are interested, please sign up for an audition time outside room 417. GOOD LUCK!!!! HIT COUNT HIT!!!

 

ADVANCED STAGE CLOTHING DRIVE

Time to clean out your closets...

TSA Advanced Stage is hosting a clothing drive on Friday, October 5th from 7:30-4:00 by the TSA dock and Saturday, October 6th from 9:30-2:30 at The Shops at Fallen Timbers, across from the movie theater.  

Accepting infant through adult sizes of gently used and new clothing, shoes, hats, outerwear, handbags, and formal wear.  

Support TSA and make room for that new wardrobe you’ve been dying to buy, what could be better!​

 

HANNAH’S SOCKS COLLECTION

Hannah's Socks is a non-profit organization that collects socks for low income and homeless families. TSA is working with Hannah's Sock to conduct our own sock drive! From Monday, September 24th through Friday, October 5thTSA will be collecting socks for women, men and children (we need children's sock the most). Please help us out by bringing in new socks to donate! There are donation boxes available in the 1st and 3rd floor offices.

 

FACE PAINTING GROUP

Open to all students in grades 8-12 who are interested in learning face painting techniques.  Old and new members are invited to attend to learn about what will be expected this year as a face painter for TSA.  If you are an old member and you are still interested in participating in gigs, and you cannot make this meeting, please email me. The meeting will be held in Art Hayes' room 402, from 3:15pm-4:30pm on Wednesday September 26.  However, Yearly meetings will be held on Tuesdays.

 

JUNIOR DANCE COMPANY

A brand new TSA dance company is being started exclusively for students in grades 6-8. To sign up you must commit to the entire 4-week session. Each session costs $10 and rehearsals are every Wednesday from 3:00-4:30. The company begins on October 3rd. There is no audition required, to sign up follow this link: https://app.arts-people.com/index.php?class=tsart

For more information please email Ms. Blanc at ablanc@ts4arts.org

 

NEWS FROM THE FLYING PIG CAFÉ

Do you want to get lunch quickly? Are you tired of waiting in long lines?  We have simple steps to help you today!

 

·      Have your school ID out and ready to scan! Can’t find your ID? You can order a replacement for only $5 (see Mrs. Jones in the 1st floor office) Have an old ID?  That works just as well! (Your bar code is the same every year and your old picture is adorable, we love to see it)

 

·      Get the ID out while you wait in line.

 

·      Don’t have either?  Bring your iPad.  We scan the big bar code on the back.  Have it out and ready to go to keep the line moving.  Have to keep your iPad in class?  Then you NEED your ID.  See above.

 

Are you paying with cash or putting a check on your account?  You still need to scan.  Have the $money$ AND ID/iPad out and ready to go. (For students with debit or credit cards, you can put money on your lunch account but only in the 1st floor office with a $10 minimum) If your adults at home want to pay online, it can take 10-20 minutes to load to your account.  

 

**Still don't have either one at lunch? For the 2nd,3rd,4th.....time?  Then please stay seated until the end of the line to come up so those with ID/iPad can move through the line quickly.**

 

Questions? Ask any lunch lady or Ms. Ferguson

 

AUDITIONS

The 2018 2019 Senior High play is William Shakespeare’s gender-bending, disguise-wearing, prank-playing, love-sick comedy “Twelfth Night, or What You Will” (so much fun, he had to give it TWO titles!). Auditions will be held on Friday, September 28th from 3-6pm in room 331. Please prepare a 1 minute MEMORIZED monologue from any Shakespeare play. Suggestions and much more info is available on the Schoology Group page: 4J7F8-TC7NZ. Or email Ms. Quinlan with any questions. The sign-up sheet is on the 3rd floor theatre board.​

 

COMIC BOOK CLASS

Do you love comic books? The Art Supply Depo is holding a comic book class that is held every Saturday of October from 3:00-5:00pm. This workshop will explore the many methods of creating a comic book. Students will be guided in a 4 week process where they will write, draw, and produce an 8-12 page comic book. For more information, or to purchase tickets for this class, visit www.arsupplydepo.com/toledo-workshops/

 

YEARBOOKS!

We have a FEW high school yearbooks left from last year 2017-2018.  If you are interested in purchasing one the cost is $55 and we accept cash or checks made payable to TSA.  Please stop in Mrs. Henderson's room if you are interested!

 

TSA CLOSET

No one in our TSA Family should go without.  If you or someone you know is struggling without enough clothing, proper shoes, or toiletry/hygiene items needed to take care of themselves, help is available.  Reach out to a trusted teacher, administrator, or staff member and they will make sure that any student in need receives items in a confidential, private manner. This is a common problem with an easy solution. Reach out to any faculty, staff or administrator today.


FRIDAY 09/21/18

 

LOST & FOUND

If you have found yourself missing one of your possessions, please go to the first floor office and check the lost and found. The collection is already very large and grows every single day. There are many jackets, agenda books and some lunch boxes! Don’t go home without your stuff!! Check the lost and found!!

 

GLASS CITY STEEL AUDITIONS

HEY!! FUTURE GLASS CITY STEEL MEMBERS!!!! The first round of auditions for the after-school steel band will be on October 4th starting at 3:10 and continuing until all applicants have been heard. There is no experience necessary, but a good sense of rhythm and the ability to read music is ideal for a successful audition. Rehearsals for the after-school steel band will be on Wednesdays and Fridays and they will not start until the beginning of the second quarter (October 24th). If you are interested, please sign up for an audition time outside room 417. GOOD LUCK!!!! HIT COUNT HIT!!!

 

ADVANCED STAGE CLOTHING DRIVE

Time to clean out your closets...

TSA Advanced Stage is hosting a clothing drive on Friday, October 5th from 7:30-4:00 by the TSA dock and Saturday, October 6th from 9:30-2:30 at The Shops at Fallen Timbers, across from the movie theater.  

Accepting infant through adult sizes of gently used and new clothing, shoes, hats, outerwear, handbags, and formal wear.  

Support TSA and make room for that new wardrobe you’ve been dying to buy, what could be better!​

 

HANNAH’S SOCKS COLLECTION

Hannah's Socks is a non-profit organization that collects socks for low income and homeless families. TSA is working with Hannah's Sock to conduct our own sock drive! From Monday, September 24th through Friday, October 5thTSA will be collecting socks for women, men and children (we need children's sock the most). Please help us out by bringing in new socks to donate! There are donation boxes available in the 1st and 3rd floor offices.

 

FACE PAINTING GROUP

Open to all students in grades 8-12 who are interested in learning face painting techniques.  Old and new members are invited to attend to learn about what will be expected this year as a face painter for TSA.  If you are an old member and you are still interested in participating in gigs, and you cannot make this meeting, please email me. The meeting will be held in Art Hayes' room 402, from 3:15pm-4:30pm on Wednesday September 26.  However, Yearly meetings will be held on Tuesdays.

 

JUNIOR DANCE COMPANY

A brand new TSA dance company is being started exclusively for students in grades 6-8. To sign up you must commit to the entire 4-week session. Each session costs $10 and rehearsals are every Wednesday from 3:00-4:30. The company begins on October 3rd. There is no audition required, to sign up follow this link: https://app.arts-people.com/index.php?class=tsart

For more information please email Ms. Blanc at ablanc@ts4arts.org

 

NEWS FROM THE FLYING PIG CAFÉ

Do you want to get lunch quickly? Are you tired of waiting in long lines?  We have simple steps to help you today!

 

·      Have your school ID out and ready to scan! Can’t find your ID? You can order a replacement for only $5 (see Mrs. Jones in the 1st floor office) Have an old ID?  That works just as well! (Your bar code is the same every year and your old picture is adorable, we love to see it)

 

·      Get the ID out while you wait in line.

 

·      Don’t have either?  Bring your iPad.  We scan the big bar code on the back.  Have it out and ready to go to keep the line moving.  Have to keep your iPad in class?  Then you NEED your ID.  See above.

 

Are you paying with cash or putting a check on your account?  You still need to scan.  Have the $money$ AND ID/iPad out and ready to go. (For students with debit or credit cards, you can put money on your lunch account but only in the 1st floor office with a $10 minimum) If your adults at home want to pay online, it can take 10-20 minutes to load to your account.  

 

**Still don't have either one at lunch? For the 2nd,3rd,4th.....time?  Then please stay seated until the end of the line to come up so those with ID/iPad can move through the line quickly.**

 

Questions? Ask any lunch lady or Ms. Ferguson

 

STUDENT MENTORS

Do you like helping others? Do you want to join a group that helps students? If so apply for student Mentors today! =) Mentors is a group of 8-12th graders who serve as active role models in the TSA community. They provide peer mentoring, peer discussion, and peer mediation to the junior division students.

 

If you're interested in applying, get an application from the 3rd floor guidance bookshelf located by the elevator. You will need to pick up 1 Mentors application & 2 Teacher Evaluation forms. Please write a 50-150-word essay about why you should be a Mentor. Then have 2 teachers fill out short evaluations about you. You will need to turn in your essay application into Mrs. Maurer's mailbox located on the 3rd floor (room 300) by Monday, September 24 at 3:00 to be eligible. Email Mrs. Maurer at smaurer@ts4arts.org with any questions.

 

PERFORMANCE OPPORTUNITY

Are you a musician looking for performance opportunities for yourself or your group? Or looking for service hours for school or another organization? In exchange you can get a free accompanist for Solo & Ensemble competition. The commitment includes at least two rehearsals and three church service performances, scheduled with your availability. Interested? Check with Mr. Saygers in the 4th Floor Arts Office for more details and contact information, or email to dsaygers@ts4arts.org.

 

AUDITIONS

The 2018 2019 Senior High play is William Shakespeare’s gender-bending, disguise-wearing, prank-playing, love-sick comedy “Twelfth Night, or What You Will” (so much fun, he had to give it TWO titles!). Auditions will be held on Friday, September 28th from 3-6pm in room 331. Please prepare a 1 minute MEMORIZED monologue from any Shakespeare play. Suggestions and much more info is available on the Schoology Group page: 4J7F8-TC7NZ. Or email Ms. Quinlan with any questions. The sign-up sheet is on the 3rd floor theatre board.​

 

COMIC BOOK CLASS

Do you love comic books? The Art Supply Depo is holding a comic book class that is held every Saturday of October from 3:00-5:00pm. This workshop will explore the many methods of creating a comic book. Students will be guided in a 4 week process where they will write, draw, and produce an 8-12 page comic book. For more information, or to purchase tickets for this class, visit www.arsupplydepo.com/toledo-workshops/

 

YEARBOOKS!

We have a FEW high school yearbooks left from last year 2017-2018.  If you are interested in purchasing one the cost is $55 and we accept cash or checks made payable to TSA.  Please stop in Mrs. Henderson's room if you are interested!

 

TSA CLOSET

No one in our TSA Family should go without.  If you or someone you know is struggling without enough clothing, proper shoes, or toiletry/hygiene items needed to take care of themselves, help is available.  Reach out to a trusted teacher, administrator, or staff member and they will make sure that any student in need receives items in a confidential, private manner. This is a common problem with an easy solution. Reach out to any faculty, staff or administrator today.


THURSDAY 09/20/18

 

LOST & FOUND

If you have found yourself missing one of your possessions, please go to the first floor office and check the lost and found. The collection is already very large and grows every single day. There are many jackets, agenda books and some lunch boxes! Don’t go home without your stuff!! Check the lost and found!!

 

ADVANCED STAGE CLOTHING DRIVE

Time to clean out your closets...

TSA Advanced Stage is hosting a clothing drive on Friday, October 5th from 7:30-4:00 by the TSA dock and Saturday, October 6th from 9:30-2:30 at The Shops at Fallen Timbers, across from the movie theater.  

Accepting infant through adult sizes of gently used and new clothing, shoes, hats, outerwear, handbags, and formal wear.  

Support TSA and make room for that new wardrobe you’ve been dying to buy, what could be better!​

 

FACE PAINTING GROUP

Open to all students in grades 8-12 who are interested in learning face painting techniques.  Old and new members are invited to attend to learn about what will be expected this year as a face painter for TSA.  If you are an old member and you are still interested in participating in gigs, and you cannot make this meeting, please email me. The meeting will be held in Art Hayes' room 402, from 3:15pm-4:30pm on Wednesday September 26.  However, Yearly meetings will be held on Tuesdays.

 

JUNIOR DANCE COMPANY

A brand new TSA dance company is being started exclusively for students in grades 6-8. To sign up you must commit to the entire 4-week session. Each session costs $10 and rehearsals are every Wednesday from 3:00-4:30. The company begins on October 3rd. There is no audition required, to sign up follow this link: https://app.arts-people.com/index.php?class=tsart

For more information please email Ms. Blanc at ablanc@ts4arts.org

 

NEWS FROM THE FLYING PIG CAFÉ

Do you want to get lunch quickly? Are you tired of waiting in long lines?  We have simple steps to help you today!

 

·      Have your school ID out and ready to scan! Can’t find your ID? You can order a replacement for only $5 (see Mrs. Jones in the 1st floor office) Have an old ID?  That works just as well! (Your bar code is the same every year and your old picture is adorable, we love to see it)

 

·      Get the ID out while you wait in line.

 

·      Don’t have either?  Bring your iPad.  We scan the big bar code on the back.  Have it out and ready to go to keep the line moving.  Have to keep your iPad in class?  Then you NEED your ID.  See above.

 

Are you paying with cash or putting a check on your account?  You still need to scan.  Have the $money$ AND ID/iPad out and ready to go. (For students with debit or credit cards, you can put money on your lunch account but only in the 1st floor office with a $10 minimum) If your adults at home want to pay online, it can take 10-20 minutes to load to your account.  

 

**Still don't have either one at lunch? For the 2nd,3rd,4th.....time?  Then please stay seated until the end of the line to come up so those with ID/iPad can move through the line quickly.**

 

Questions? Ask any lunch lady or Ms. Ferguson

 

STUDENT MENTORS

Do you like helping others? Do you want to join a group that helps students? If so apply for student Mentors today! =) Mentors is a group of 8-12th graders who serve as active role models in the TSA community. They provide peer mentoring, peer discussion, and peer mediation to the junior division students.

 

If you're interested in applying, get an application from the 3rd floor guidance bookshelf located by the elevator. You will need to pick up 1 Mentors application & 2 Teacher Evaluation forms. Please write a 50-150-word essay about why you should be a Mentor. Then have 2 teachers fill out short evaluations about you. You will need to turn in your essay application into Mrs. Maurer's mailbox located on the 3rd floor (room 300) by Monday, September 24 at 3:00 to be eligible. Email Mrs. Maurer at smaurer@ts4arts.org with any questions.

 

ASSISTANT HOUSE MANAGERS NEEDED

Have you ever wanted to learn more about the process of greeting patrons at an event and making sure they have the best possible experience? Are you interested in working with the public at performance events like concerts, theatre productions, and dance showcases? If so, then you might be interested in becoming an Assistant House Manager at TSA. We are currently looking for responsible students who are interested in learning how to help our events be the best possible experience for audience and performers alike.

If you are interested in becoming an Assistant House Manager, please contact Mr. Bader in the Arts Office on the 4th floor.

 

PERFORMANCE OPPORTUNITY

Are you a musician looking for performance opportunities for yourself or your group? Or looking for service hours for school or another organization? In exchange you can get a free accompanist for Solo & Ensemble competition. The commitment includes at least two rehearsals and three church service performances, scheduled with your availability. Interested? Check with Mr. Saygers in the 4th Floor Arts Office for more details and contact information, or email to dsaygers@ts4arts.org.

 

AUDITIONS

The 2018 2019 Senior High play is William Shakespeare’s gender-bending, disguise-wearing, prank-playing, love-sick comedy “Twelfth Night, or What You Will” (so much fun, he had to give it TWO titles!). Auditions will be held on Friday, September 28th from 3-6pm in room 331. Please prepare a 1 minute MEMORIZED monologue from any Shakespeare play. Suggestions and much more info is available on the Schoology Group page: 4J7F8-TC7NZ. Or email Ms. Quinlan with any questions. The sign-up sheet is on the 3rd floor theatre board.​

 

COMIC BOOK CLASS

Do you love comic books? The Art Supply Depo is holding a comic book class that is held every Saturday of October from 3:00-5:00pm. This workshop will explore the many methods of creating a comic book. Students will be guided in a 4 week process where they will write, draw, and produce an 8-12 page comic book. For more information, or to purchase tickets for this class, visit www.arsupplydepo.com/toledo-workshops/

 

YEARBOOKS!

We have a FEW high school yearbooks left from last year 2017-2018.  If you are interested in purchasing one the cost is $55 and we accept cash or checks made payable to TSA.  Please stop in Mrs. Henderson's room if you are interested!

 

TSA CLOSET

No one in our TSA Family should go without.  If you or someone you know is struggling without enough clothing, proper shoes, or toiletry/hygiene items needed to take care of themselves, help is available.  Reach out to a trusted teacher, administrator, or staff member and they will make sure that any student in need receives items in a confidential, private manner. This is a common problem with an easy solution. Reach out to any faculty, staff or administrator today.


WEDNESDAY 09/19/18

 

LOST & FOUND

If you have found yourself missing one of your possessions, please go to the first floor office and check the lost and found. The collection is already very large and grows every single day. There are many jackets, agenda books and some lunch boxes! Don’t go home without your stuff!! Check the lost and found!!

 

FACE PAINTING GROUP

Open to all students in grades 8-12 who are interested in learning face painting techniques.  Old and new members are invited to attend to learn about what will be expected this year as a face painter for TSA.  If you are an old member and you are still interested in participating in gigs, and you cannot make this meeting, please email me. The meeting will be held in Art Hayes' room 402, from 3:15pm-4:30pm on Wednesday September 26.  However, Yearly meetings will be held on Tuesdays.

 

JUNIOR DANCE COMPANY

A brand new TSA dance company is being started exclusively for students in grades 6-8. To sign up you must commit to the entire 4-week session. Each session costs $10 and rehearsals are every Wednesday from 3:00-4:30. The company begins on October 3rd. There is no audition required, to sign up follow this link: https://app.arts-people.com/index.php?class=tsart

For more information please email Ms. Blanc at ablanc@ts4arts.org

 

NEWS FROM THE FLYING PIG CAFÉ

Do you want to get lunch quickly? Are you tired of waiting in long lines?  We have simple steps to help you today!

 

·      Have your school ID out and ready to scan! Can’t find your ID? You can order a replacement for only $5 (see Mrs. Jones in the 1st floor office) Have an old ID?  That works just as well! (Your bar code is the same every year and your old picture is adorable, we love to see it)

 

·      Get the ID out while you wait in line.

 

·      Don’t have either?  Bring your iPad.  We scan the big bar code on the back.  Have it out and ready to go to keep the line moving.  Have to keep your iPad in class?  Then you NEED your ID.  See above.

 

Are you paying with cash or putting a check on your account?  You still need to scan.  Have the $money$ AND ID/iPad out and ready to go. (For students with debit or credit cards, you can put money on your lunch account but only in the 1st floor office with a $10 minimum) If your adults at home want to pay online, it can take 10-20 minutes to load to your account.  

 

**Still don't have either one at lunch? For the 2nd,3rd,4th.....time?  Then please stay seated until the end of the line to come up so those with ID/iPad can move through the line quickly.**

 

Questions? Ask any lunch lady or Ms. Ferguson

 

FAFSA NIGHT

Bowling Green State University will have a representative in our Attic Theater tonight at 6:15 PM to go over the FAFSA (Free Application for Federal Student Aid) process.  This evening is open to any high school student and their family but the information is VERY IMPORTANT to current seniors and their family.  Please plan to attend.

 

STUDENT MENTORS

Do you like helping others? Do you want to join a group that helps students? If so apply for student Mentors today! =) Mentors is a group of 8-12th graders who serve as active role models in the TSA community. They provide peer mentoring, peer discussion, and peer mediation to the junior division students.

 

If you're interested in applying, get an application from the 3rd floor guidance bookshelf located by the elevator. You will need to pick up 1 Mentors application & 2 Teacher Evaluation forms. Please write a 50-150-word essay about why you should be a Mentor. Then have 2 teachers fill out short evaluations about you. You will need to turn in your essay application into Mrs. Maurer's mailbox located on the 3rd floor (room 300) by Monday, September 24 at 3:00 to be eligible. Email Mrs. Maurer at smaurer@ts4arts.org with any questions.

 

ASSISTANT HOUSE MANAGERS NEEDED

Have you ever wanted to learn more about the process of greeting patrons at an event and making sure they have the best possible experience? Are you interested in working with the public at performance events like concerts, theatre productions, and dance showcases? If so, then you might be interested in becoming an Assistant House Manager at TSA. We are currently looking for responsible students who are interested in learning how to help our events be the best possible experience for audience and performers alike.

If you are interested in becoming an Assistant House Manager, please contact Mr. Bader in the Arts Office on the 4th floor.

 

PERFORMANCE OPPORTUNITY

Are you a musician looking for performance opportunities for yourself or your group? Or looking for service hours for school or another organization? In exchange you can get a free accompanist for Solo & Ensemble competition. The commitment includes at least two rehearsals and three church service performances, scheduled with your availability. Interested? Check with Mr. Saygers in the 4th Floor Arts Office for more details and contact information, or email to dsaygers@ts4arts.org.

 

AUDITIONS

The 2018 2019 Senior High play is William Shakespeare’s gender-bending, disguise-wearing, prank-playing, love-sick comedy “Twelfth Night, or What You Will” (so much fun, he had to give it TWO titles!). Auditions will be held on Friday, September 28th from 3-6pm in room 331. Please prepare a 1 minute MEMORIZED monologue from any Shakespeare play. Suggestions and much more info is available on the Schoology Group page: 4J7F8-TC7NZ. Or email Ms. Quinlan with any questions. The sign-up sheet is on the 3rd floor theatre board.​

 

COMIC BOOK CLASS

Do you love comic books? The Art Supply Depo is holding a comic book class that is held every Saturday of October from 3:00-5:00pm. This workshop will explore the many methods of creating a comic book. Students will be guided in a 4 week process where they will write, draw, and produce an 8-12 page comic book. For more information, or to purchase tickets for this class, visit www.arsupplydepo.com/toledo-workshops/

 

YEARBOOKS!

We have a FEW high school yearbooks left from last year 2017-2018.  If you are interested in purchasing one the cost is $55 and we accept cash or checks made payable to TSA.  Please stop in Mrs. Henderson's room if you are interested!

 

TSA CLOSET

No one in our TSA Family should go without.  If you or someone you know is struggling without enough clothing, proper shoes, or toiletry/hygiene items needed to take care of themselves, help is available.  Reach out to a trusted teacher, administrator, or staff member and they will make sure that any student in need receives items in a confidential, private manner. This is a common problem with an easy solution. Reach out to any faculty, staff or administrator today.


MONDAY 09/17/18

 

TWO-HOUR DELAY

This Wednesday, September 19th is a scheduled two hour delay.

The two-hour delay schedule will be emailed out to all students on Wednesday morning. Please make the necessary arrangements for getting to school on time.

 

LOST & FOUND

If you have found yourself missing one of your possessions, please go to the first floor office and check the lost and found. The collection is already very large and grows every single day. There are many jackets, agenda books and some lunch boxes! Don’t go home without your stuff!! Check the lost and found!!

 

JUNIOR DANCE COMPANY

A brand new TSA dance company is being started exclusively for students in grades 6-8. To sign up you must commit to the entire 4-week session. Each session costs $10 and rehearsals are every Wednesday from 3:00-4:30. The company begins on October 3rd. There is no audition required, to sign up follow this link: https://app.arts-people.com/index.php?class=tsart

For more information please email Ms Blanc at ablanc@ts4arts.org

 

NEWS FROM THE FLYING PIG CAFÉ

Do you want to get lunch quickly? Are you tired of waiting in long lines?  We have simple steps to help you today!

 

·      Have your school ID out and ready to scan! Can’t find your ID? You can order a replacement for only $5 (see Mrs. Jones in the 1st floor office) Have an old ID?  That works just as well! (Your bar code is the same every year and your old picture is adorable, we love to see it)

 

·      Get the ID out while you wait in line.

 

·      Don’t have either?  Bring your iPad.  We scan the big bar code on the back.  Have it out and ready to go to keep the line moving.  Have to keep your iPad in class?  Then you NEED your ID.  See above.

 

Are you paying with cash or putting a check on your account?  You still need to scan.  Have the $money$ AND ID/iPad out and ready to go. (For students with debit or credit cards, you can put money on your lunch account but only in the 1st floor office with a $10 minimum) If your adults at home want to pay online, it can take 10-20 minutes to load to your account.  

 

**Still don't have either one at lunch? for the 2nd,3rd,4th.....time?  Then please stay seated until the end of the line to come up so those with ID/iPads can move through the line quickly.**

 

Questions? Ask any lunch lady or Ms. Ferguson

 

FAFSA NIGHT

Bowling Green State University will have a representative in our Attic Theater on Wednesday, September 19th at 6:15 PM to go over the FAFSA (Free Application for Federal Student Aid) process.  This evening is open to any high school student and their family but the information is VERY IMPORTANT to current seniors and their family.  Please plan to attend.

 

FREE TUTORING

The Learning Club of Toledo is offering free, after-school tutoring and it’s starting up soon! Parent orientation/student sign up is tomorrow from 5:30-7:30. Check out the attached file for more information!

 

CHESS CLUB

Students of all ages and levels are invited to join Chess Club starting Wednesday September 19th in room 310. Chess Club meets after school from 3:00 until 4:00. If you are interested in learning to play, or improving your strategies, come join us! Chess Club also meets on Tuesdays starting on September 25th, same room, same time.

 

STUDENT MENTORS

Do you like helping others? Do you want to join a group that helps students? If so apply for student Mentors today! =) Mentors is a group of 8-12th graders who serve as active role models in the TSA community. They provide peer mentoring, peer discussion, and peer mediation to the junior division students.

 

If you're interested in applying, get an application from the 3rd floor guidance bookshelf located by the elevator. You will need to pick up 1 Mentors application & 2 Teacher Evaluation forms. Please write a 50-150 word essay about why you should be a Mentor. Then have 2 teachers fill out short evaluations about you. You will need to turn in your essay application into Mrs. Maurer's mailbox located on the 3rd floor (room 300) by Monday, September 24 at 3:00 to be eligible. Email Mrs. Maurer at smaurer@ts4arts.org with any questions.

 

ASSISTANT HOUSE MANAGERS NEEDED

Have you ever wanted to learn more about the process of greeting patrons at an event and making sure they have the best possible experience? Are you interested in working with the public at performance events like concerts, theatre productions, and dance showcases? If so, then you might be interested in becoming an Assistant House Manager at TSA. We are currently looking for responsible students who are interested in learning how to help our events be the best possible experience for audience and performers alike.

If you are interested in becoming an Assistant House Manager, please contact Mr. Bader in the Arts Office on the 4th floor.

 

PERFORMANCE OPPORTUNITY

Are you a musician looking for performance opportunities for yourself or your group? Or looking for service hours for school or another organization? In exchange you can get a free accompanist for Solo & Ensemble competition. The commitment includes at least two rehearsals and three church service performances, scheduled with your availability. Interested? Check with Mr. Saygers in the 4th Floor Arts Office for more details and contact information, or email to dsaygers@ts4arts.org.

 

AUDITIONS

The 2018 2019 Senior High play is William Shakespeare’s gender-bending, disguise-wearing, prank-playing, love-sick comedy “Twelfth Night, or What You Will” (so much fun, he had to give it TWO titles!). Auditions will be held on Friday, September 28th from 3-6pm in room 331. Please prepare a 1 minute MEMORIZED monologue from any Shakespeare play. Suggestions and much more info is available on the Schoology Group page: 4J7F8-TC7NZ. Or email Ms. Quinlan with any questions. The sign-up sheet is on the 3rd floor theatre board.​

 

ELF JR AUDITIONS

2018 Junior High Musical is Elf Jr.! This musical is based off of the comedic holiday film and follows the happiest elf, Buddy, on a journey to find out who he is. Auditions are for 6th-8th grade. They will be held on September 18th & 19th from 3-6pm in room 139. Please prepare 16 bars of an up-tempo musical theatre song OR an up-tempo Christmas Carol. Email Mrs. Toth with any questions. The sign-up sheet is on the 1st floor board.

 

COMIC BOOK CLASS

Do you love comic books? The Art Supply Depo is holding a comic book class that is held every Saturday of October from 3:00-5:00pm. This workshop will explore the many methods of creating a comic book. Students will be guided in a 4 week process where they will write, draw, and produce a 8-12 page comic book. For more information, or to purchase tickets for this class, visit www.arsupplydepo.com/toledo-workshops/

 

YEARBOOKS!

We have a FEW high school yearbooks left from last year 2017-2018.  If you are interested in purchasing one the cost is $55 and we accept cash or checks made payable to TSA.  Please stop in Mrs. Henderson's room if you are interested!

 

TSA CLOSET

No one in our TSA Family should go without.  If you or someone you know is struggling without enough clothing, proper shoes, or toiletry/hygiene items needed to take care of themselves, help is available.  Reach out to a trusted teacher, administrator, or staff member and they will make sure that any student in need receives items in a confidential, private manner. This is a common problem with an easy solution. Reach out to any faculty, staff or administrator today.


FRIDAY 09/14/18

 

LOST & FOUND

If you have found yourself missing one of your possessions, please go to the first floor office and check the lost and found. The collection is already very large and grows every single day. There are many jackets, agenda books and some lunch boxes! Don’t go home without your stuff!! Check the lost and found!!

 

NEWS FROM THE FLYING PIG CAFÉ

Do you want to get lunch quickly? Are you tired of waiting in long lines?  We have simple steps to help you today!

 

·      Have your school ID out and ready to scan! Can’t find your ID? You can order a replacement for only $5 (see Mrs. Jones in the 1st floor office) Have an old ID?  That works just as well! (Your bar code is the same every year and your old picture is adorable, we love to see it)

 

·      Get the ID out while you wait in line.

 

·      Don’t have either?  Bring your iPad.  We scan the big bar code on the back.  Have it out and ready to go to keep the line moving.  Have to keep your iPad in class?  Then you NEED your ID.  See above.

 

Are you paying with cash or putting a check on your account?  You still need to scan.  Have the $money$ AND ID/iPad out and ready to go. (For students with debit or credit cards, you can put money on your lunch account but only in the 1st floor office with a $10 minimum) If your adults at home want to pay online, it can take 10-20 minutes to load to your account.  

 

**Still don't have either one at lunch? for the 2nd,3rd,4th.....time?  Then please stay seated until the end of the line to come up so those with ID/iPads can move through the line quickly.**

 

Questions? Ask any lunch lady or Ms. Ferguson

 

FAFSA NIGHT

Bowling Green State University will have a representative in our Attic Theater on Wednesday, September 19th at 6:15 PM to go over the FAFSA (Free Application for Federal Student Aid) process.  This evening is open to any high school student and their family but the information is VERY IMPORTANT to current seniors and their family.  Please plan to attend.

 

FREE TUTORING

The Learning Club of Toledo is offering free, after-school tutoring and it’s starting up soon! Parent orientation/student sign up is next Tuesday the 18th from 5:30-7:30. Check out the attached file for more information!

 

CHESS CLUB

Students of all ages and levels are invited to join Chess Club starting Wednesday September 19th in room 310. Chess Club meets after school from 3:00 until 4:00. If you are interested in learning to play, or improving your strategies, come join us! Chess Club also meets on Tuesdays starting on September 25th, same room, same time.

 

STUDENT MENTORS

Do you like helping others? Do you want to join a group that helps students? If so apply for student Mentors today! =) Mentors is a group of 8-12th graders who serve as active role models in the TSA community. They provide peer mentoring, peer discussion, and peer mediation to the junior division students.

 

If you're interested in applying, get an application from the 3rd floor guidance bookshelf located by the elevator. You will need to pick up 1 Mentors application & 2 Teacher Evaluation forms. Please write a 50-150 word essay about why you should be a Mentor. Then have 2 teachers fill out short evaluations about you. You will need to turn in your essay application into Mrs. Maurer's mailbox located on the 3rd floor (room 300) by Monday, September 24 at 3:00 to be eligible. Email Mrs. Maurer at smaurer@ts4arts.org with any questions.

 

ASSISTANT HOUSE MANAGERS NEEDED

Have you ever wanted to learn more about the process of greeting patrons at an event and making sure they have the best possible experience? Are you interested in working with the public at performance events like concerts, theatre productions, and dance showcases? If so, then you might be interested in becoming an Assistant House Manager at TSA. We are currently looking for responsible students who are interested in learning how to help our events be the best possible experience for audience and performers alike.

If you are interested in becoming an Assistant House Manager, please contact Mr. Bader in the Arts Office on the 4th floor.

 

PERFORMANCE OPPORTUNITY

Are you a musician looking for performance opportunities for yourself or your group? Or looking for service hours for school or another organization? In exchange you can get a free accompanist for Solo & Ensemble competition. The commitment includes at least two rehearsals and three church service performances, scheduled with your availability. Interested? Check with Mr. Saygers in the 4th Floor Arts Office for more details and contact information, or email to dsaygers@ts4arts.org.

 

AUDITIONS

The 2018 2019 Senior High play is William Shakespeare’s gender-bending, disguise-wearing, prank-playing, love-sick comedy “Twelfth Night, or What You Will” (so much fun, he had to give it TWO titles!). Auditions will be held on Friday, September 28th from 3-6pm in room 331. Please prepare a 1 minute MEMORIZED monologue from any Shakespeare play. Suggestions and much more info is available on the Schoology Group page: 4J7F8-TC7NZ. Or email Ms. Quinlan with any questions. The sign-up sheet is on the 3rd floor theatre board.​

 

ELF JR AUDITIONS

2018 Junior High Musical is Elf Jr.! This musical is based off of the comedic holiday film and follows the happiest elf, Buddy, on a journey to find out who he is. Auditions are for 6th-8th grade. They will be held on September 18th & 19th from 3-6pm in room 139. Please prepare 16 bars of an up-tempo musical theatre song OR an up-tempo Christmas Carol. Email Mrs. Toth with any questions. The sign-up sheet is on the 1st floor board.

 

COMIC BOOK CLASS

Do you love comic books? The Art Supply Depo is holding a comic book class that is held every Saturday of October from 3:00-5:00pm. This workshop will explore the many methods of creating a comic book. Students will be guided in a 4 week process where they will write, draw, and produce a 8-12 page comic book. For more information, or to purchase tickets for this class, visit www.arsupplydepo.com/toledo-workshops/

 

YEARBOOKS!

We have a FEW high school yearbooks left from last year 2017-2018.  If you are interested in purchasing one the cost is $55 and we accept cash or checks made payable to TSA.  Please stop in Mrs. Henderson's room if you are interested!

 

TSA CLOSET

No one in our TSA Family should go without.  If you or someone you know is struggling without enough clothing, proper shoes, or toiletry/hygiene items needed to take care of themselves, help is available.  Reach out to a trusted teacher, administrator, or staff member and they will make sure that any student in need receives items in a confidential, private manner. This is a common problem with an easy solution. Reach out to any faculty, staff or administrator today.


THURSDAY 09/13/18

 

EXCESSIVE LITTER ON SCHOOL GROUNDS

The use of the school garden is a privilege. There has been an unreasonable amount of garbage littering the garden every day. This is unacceptable. If the littering in the garden does not stop it will be permanently closed.

There has also been ice cream wrappers littered all around the school building after school when the ice cream truck stops by. Please dispose of your treat wrappers in a garbage can. There are cans inside the garden. There is no excuse for littering when there are multiple garbage cans that can be used.

 

NEWS FROM THE FLYING PIG CAFÉ

Do you want to get lunch quickly? Are you tired of waiting in long lines?  We have simple steps to help you today!

 

·      Have your school ID out and ready to scan! Can’t find your ID? You can order a replacement for only $5 (see Mrs. Jones in the 1st floor office) Have an old ID?  That works just as well! (Your bar code is the same every year and your old picture is adorable, we love to see it)

 

·      Get the ID out while you wait in line.

 

·      Don’t have either?  Bring your iPad.  We scan the big bar code on the back.  Have it out and ready to go to keep the line moving.  Have to keep your iPad in class?  Then you NEED your ID.  See above.

 

Are you paying with cash or putting a check on your account?  You still need to scan.  Have the $money$ AND ID/iPad out and ready to go. (For students with debit or credit cards, you can put money on your lunch account but only in the 1st floor office with a $10 minimum) If your adults at home want to pay online, it can take 10-20 minutes to load to your account.  

 

**Still don't have either one at lunch? for the 2nd,3rd,4th.....time?  Then please stay seated until the end of the line to come up so those with ID/iPads can move through the line quickly.**

 

Questions? Ask any lunch lady or Ms. Ferguson

 

FAFSA NIGHT

Bowling Green State University will have a representative in our Attic Theater on Wednesday, September 19th at 6:15 PM to go over the FAFSA (Free Application for Federal Student Aid) process.  This evening is open to any high school student and their family but the information is VERY IMPORTANT to current seniors and their family.  Please plan to attend.

 

FREE TUTORING

The Learning Club of Toledo is offering free, after-school tutoring and it’s starting up soon! Parent orientation/student sign up is next Tuesday the 18th from 5:30-7:30. Check out the attached file for more information!

 

CHESS CLUB

Students of all ages and levels are invited to join Chess Club starting Wednesday September 19th in room 310. Chess Club meets after school from 3:00 until 4:00. If you are interested in learning to play, or improving your strategies, come join us! Chess Club also meets on Tuesdays starting on September 25th, same room, same time.

 

THESPIAN MEETING

Thespians will be holding its first meeting in the Flying Pig tomorrow (9/14) after school for both Senior and Junior Thespians! Come check it out, this is an opportunity to meet really fun people and enjoy theatre! There will be pizza, theater, and improv!

 

STUDENT MENTORS

Do you like helping others? Do you want to join a group that helps students? If so apply for student Mentors today! =) Mentors is a group of 8-12th graders who serve as active role models in the TSA community. They provide peer mentoring, peer discussion, and peer mediation to the junior division students.

 

If you're interested in applying, get an application from the 3rd floor guidance bookshelf located by the elevator. You will need to pick up 1 Mentors application & 2 Teacher Evaluation forms. Please write a 50-150 word essay about why you should be a Mentor. Then have 2 teachers fill out short evaluations about you. You will need to turn in your essay application into Mrs. Maurer's mailbox located on the 3rd floor (room 300) by Monday, September 24 at 3:00 to be eligible. Email Mrs. Maurer at smaurer@ts4arts.org with any questions.

 

ASSISTANT HOUSE MANAGERS NEEDED

Have you ever wanted to learn more about the process of greeting patrons at an event and making sure they have the best possible experience? Are you interested in working with the public at performance events like concerts, theatre productions, and dance showcases? If so, then you might be interested in becoming an Assistant House Manager at TSA. We are currently looking for responsible students who are interested in learning how to help our events be the best possible experience for audience and performers alike.

If you are interested in becoming an Assistant House Manager, please contact Mr. Bader in the Arts Office on the 4th floor.

 

PERFORMANCE OPPORTUNITY

Are you a musician looking for performance opportunities for yourself or your group? Or looking for service hours for school or another organization? In exchange you can get a free accompanist for Solo & Ensemble competition. The commitment includes at least two rehearsals and three church service performances, scheduled with your availability. Interested? Check with Mr. Saygers in the 4th Floor Arts Office for more details and contact information, or email to dsaygers@ts4arts.org.

 

AUDITIONS

The 2018 2019 Senior High play is William Shakespeare’s gender-bending, disguise-wearing, prank-playing, love-sick comedy “Twelfth Night, or What You Will” (so much fun, he had to give it TWO titles!). Auditions will be held on Friday, September 28th from 3-6pm in room 331. Please prepare a 1 minute MEMORIZED monologue from any Shakespeare play. Suggestions and much more info is available on the Schoology Group page: 4J7F8-TC7NZ. Or email Ms. Quinlan with any questions. The sign-up sheet is on the 3rd floor theatre board.​

 

ELF JR AUDITIONS

2018 Junior High Musical is Elf Jr.! This musical is based off of the comedic holiday film and follows the happiest elf, Buddy, on a journey to find out who he is. Auditions are for 6th-8th grade. They will be held on September 18th & 19th from 3-6pm in room 139. Please prepare 16 bars of an up-tempo musical theatre song OR an up-tempo Christmas Carol. Email Mrs. Toth with any questions. The sign-up sheet is on the 1st floor board.

 

COMIC BOOK CLASS

Do you love comic books? The Art Supply Depo is holding a comic book class that is held every Saturday of October from 3:00-5:00pm. This workshop will explore the many methods of creating a comic book. Students will be guided in a 4 week process where they will write, draw, and produce a 8-12 page comic book. For more information, or to purchase tickets for this class, visit www.arsupplydepo.com/toledo-workshops/

 

YEARBOOKS!

We have a FEW high school yearbooks left from last year 2017-2018.  If you are interested in purchasing one the cost is $55 and we accept cash or checks made payable to TSA.  Please stop in Mrs. Henderson's room if you are interested!

 

TSA CLOSET

No one in our TSA Family should go without.  If you or someone you know is struggling without enough clothing, proper shoes, or toiletry/hygiene items needed to take care of themselves, help is available.  Reach out to a trusted teacher, administrator, or staff member and they will make sure that any student in need receives items in a confidential, private manner. This is a common problem with an easy solution. Reach out to any faculty, staff or administrator today.


WEDNESDAY 09/12/18

 

EXCESSIVE LITTER ON SCHOOL GROUNDS

The use of the school garden is a privilege. There has been an unreasonable amount of garbage littering the garden every day. This is unacceptable. If the littering in the garden does not stop it will be permanently closed.

There has also been ice cream wrappers littered all around the school building after school when the ice cream truck stops by. Please dispose of your treat wrappers in a garbage can. There are cans inside the garden. There is no excuse for littering when there are multiple garbage cans that can be used.

 

FAFSA NIGHT

Bowling Green State University will have a representative in our Attic Theater on Wednesday, September 19th at 6:15 PM to go over the FAFSA (Free Application for Federal Student Aid) process.  This evening is open to any high school student and their family but the information is VERY IMPORTANT to current seniors and their family.  Please plan to attend.

 

FREE TUTORING

The Learning Club of Toledo is offering free, after-school tutoring and it’s starting up soon! Parent orientation/student sign up is next Tuesday the 18th from 5:30-7:30. Check out the attached file for more information!

TUBA RECITAL

Just what is it that Artistic Directors do? They play the tuba!

Catch TSA's Artistic Director David Saygers demonstrate his artistic skills tonight at 7:00 pm in the Attic Theatre, and find out what depths he will go to, musically that is. On the tuba. Low notes. Free admission (cause really, who's gonna pay to see a tuba recital?) And as a Bonus Ms. Dauel will be playing the piano!

 

THESPIAN MEETING

Thespians will be holding its first meeting in the Flying Pig this Friday (9/14) after school for both Senior and Junior Thespians! Come check it out, this is an opportunity to meet really fun people and enjoy theatre! There will be pizza, theater, and improv!

 

STUDENT MENTORS

Do you like helping others? Do you want to join a group that helps students? If so apply for student Mentors today! =) Mentors is a group of 8-12th graders who serve as active role models in the TSA community. They provide peer mentoring, peer discussion, and peer mediation to the junior division students.

 

If you're interested in applying, get an application from the 3rd floor guidance bookshelf located by the elevator. You will need to pick up 1 Mentors application & 2 Teacher Evaluation forms. Please write a 50-150 word essay about why you should be a Mentor. Then have 2 teachers fill out short evaluations about you. You will need to turn in your essay application into Mrs. Maurer's mailbox located on the 3rd floor (room 300) by Monday, September 24 at 3:00 to be eligible. Email Mrs. Maurer at smaurer@ts4arts.org with any questions.

 

ASSISTANT HOUSE MANAGERS NEEDED

Have you ever wanted to learn more about the process of greeting patrons at an event and making sure they have the best possible experience? Are you interested in working with the public at performance events like concerts, theatre productions, and dance showcases? If so, then you might be interested in becoming an Assistant House Manager at TSA. We are currently looking for responsible students who are interested in learning how to help our events be the best possible experience for audience and performers alike.

If you are interested in becoming an Assistant House Manager, please contact Mr. Bader in the Arts Office on the 4th floor.

 

PERFORMANCE OPPORTUNITY

Are you a musician looking for performance opportunities for yourself or your group? Or looking for service hours for school or another organization? In exchange you can get a free accompanist for Solo & Ensemble competition. The commitment includes at least two rehearsals and three church service performances, scheduled with your availability. Interested? Check with Mr. Saygers in the 4th Floor Arts Office for more details and contact information, or email to dsaygers@ts4arts.org.

 

AUDITIONS

The 2018 2019 Senior High play is William Shakespeare’s gender-bending, disguise-wearing, prank-playing, love-sick comedy “Twelfth Night, or What You Will” (so much fun, he had to give it TWO titles!). Auditions will be held on Friday, September 28th from 3-6pm in room 331. Please prepare a 1 minute MEMORIZED monologue from any Shakespeare play. Suggestions and much more info is available on the Schoology Group page: 4J7F8-TC7NZ. Or email Ms. Quinlan with any questions. The sign-up sheet is on the 3rd floor theatre board.​

 

ELF JR AUDITIONS

2018 Junior High Musical is Elf Jr.! This musical is based off of the comedic holiday film and follows the happiest elf, Buddy, on a journey to find out who he is. Auditions are for 6th-8th grade. They will be held on September 18th & 19th from 3-6pm in room 139. Please prepare 16 bars of an up-tempo musical theatre song OR an up-tempo Christmas Carol. Email Mrs. Toth with any questions. The sign-up sheet is on the 1st floor board.

 

COMIC BOOK CLASS

Do you love comic books? The Art Supply Depo is holding a comic book class that is held every Saturday of October from 3:00-5:00pm. This workshop will explore the many methods of creating a comic book. Students will be guided in a 4 week process where they will write, draw, and produce a 8-12 page comic book. For more information, or to purchase tickets for this class, visit www.arsupplydepo.com/toledo-workshops/

 

YEARBOOKS!

We have a FEW high school yearbooks left from last year 2017-2018.  If you are interested in purchasing one the cost is $55 and we accept cash or checks made payable to TSA.  Please stop in Mrs. Henderson's room if you are interested!

 

TSA CLOSET

No one in our TSA Family should go without.  If you or someone you know is struggling without enough clothing, proper shoes, or toiletry/hygiene items needed to take care of themselves, help is available.  Reach out to a trusted teacher, administrator, or staff member and they will make sure that any student in need receives items in a confidential, private manner. This is a common problem with an easy solution. Reach out to any faculty, staff or administrator today.


TUESDAY 09/11/18

 

EXCESSIVE LITTER ON SCHOOL GROUNDS

The use of the school garden is a privilege. There has been an unreasonable amount of garbage littering the garden every day. This is unacceptable. If the littering in the garden does not stop it will be permanently closed.

There has also been ice cream wrappers littered all around the school building after school when the ice cream truck stops by. Please dispose of your treat wrappers in a garbage can. There are cans inside the garden. There is no excuse for littering when there are multiple garbage cans that can be used.

 

FAFSA NIGHT

Bowling Green State University will have a representative in our Attic Theater on Wednesday, September 19th at 6:15 PM to go over the FAFSA (Free Application for Federal Student Aid) process.  This evening is open to any high school student and their family but the information is VERY IMPORTANT to current seniors and their family.  Please plan to attend.

 

FREE TUTORING

The Learning Club of Toledo is offering free, after-school tutoring and it’s starting up soon! Parent orientation/student sign up is next Tuesday the 18th from 5:30-7:30. Check out the attached file for more information!

TUBA RECITAL

Just what is it that Artistic Directors do? They play the tuba!

Catch TSA's Artistic Director David Saygers demonstrate his artistic skills on Wednesday September 12 at 7:00 pm in the Attic Theatre, and find out what depths he will go to, musically that is. On the tuba. Low notes. Free admission (cause really, who's gonna pay to see a tuba recital?) And as a Bonus Ms. Dauel will be playing the piano!

 

THESPIAN MEETING

Thespians will be holding its first meeting in the Flying Pig this Friday (9/14) after school for both Senior and Junior Thespians! Come check it out, this is an opportunity to meet really fun people and enjoy theatre! There will be pizza, theater, and improv!

 

STUDENT MENTORS

Do you like helping others? Do you want to join a group that helps students? If so apply for student Mentors today! =) Mentors is a group of 8-12th graders who serve as active role models in the TSA community. They provide peer mentoring, peer discussion, and peer mediation to the junior division students.

 

If you're interested in applying, get an application from the 3rd floor guidance bookshelf located by the elevator. You will need to pick up 1 Mentors application & 2 Teacher Evaluation forms. Please write a 50-150 word essay about why you should be a Mentor. Then have 2 teachers fill out short evaluations about you. You will need to turn in your essay application into Mrs. Maurer's mailbox located on the 3rd floor (room 300) by Monday, September 24 at 3:00 to be eligible. Email Mrs. Maurer at smaurer@ts4arts.org with any questions.

 

ASSISTANT HOUSE MANAGERS NEEDED

Have you ever wanted to learn more about the process of greeting patrons at an event and making sure they have the best possible experience? Are you interested in working with the public at performance events like concerts, theatre productions, and dance showcases? If so, then you might be interested in becoming an Assistant House Manager at TSA. We are currently looking for responsible students who are interested in learning how to help our events be the best possible experience for audience and performers alike.

If you are interested in becoming an Assistant House Manager, please contact Mr. Bader in the Arts Office on the 4th floor.

 

EMBRACE MEETING

TSA’s student group for cultural diversity, EMBRACE, will have its first meeting of the year on Wednesday, September 12th from 3-4pm in room 307! Come join us as we celebrate and promote cultural diversity through togetherness, service, sharing our experiences, and discussing current events related to diversity! If you were involved with EMBRACE last year, or are interested in joining this year, please attend no matter who you are, as we’ll be electing officers and making plans for the new year! Meetings will be on the 2nd and 4th Wednesday of each month, and please reach out to Ms. Fowler with any questions.

 

PERFORMANCE OPPORTUNITY

Are you a musician looking for performance opportunities for yourself or your group? Or looking for service hours for school or another organization? In exchange you can get a free accompanist for Solo & Ensemble competition. The commitment includes at least two rehearsals and three church service performances, scheduled with your availability. Interested? Check with Mr. Saygers in the 4th Floor Arts Office for more details and contact information, or email to dsaygers@ts4arts.org.

 

AUDITIONS

The 2018 2019 Senior High play is William Shakespeare’s gender-bending, disguise-wearing, prank-playing, love-sick comedy “Twelfth Night, or What You Will” (so much fun, he had to give it TWO titles!). Auditions will be held on Friday, September 28th from 3-6pm in room 331. Please prepare a 1 minute MEMORIZED monologue from any Shakespeare play. Suggestions and much more info is available on the Schoology Group page: 4J7F8-TC7NZ. Or email Ms. Quinlan with any questions. The sign-up sheet is on the 3rd floor theatre board.​

 

ELF JR AUDITIONS

2018 Junior High Musical is Elf Jr.! This musical is based off of the comedic holiday film and follows the happiest elf, Buddy, on a journey to find out who he is. Auditions are for 6th-8th grade. They will be held on September 18th & 19th from 3-6pm in room 139. Please prepare 16 bars of an up-tempo musical theatre song OR an up-tempo Christmas Carol. Email Mrs. Toth with any questions. The sign-up sheet is on the 1st floor board.

 

COMIC BOOK CLASS

Do you love comic books? The Art Supply Depo is holding a comic book class that is held every Saturday of October from 3:00-5:00pm. This workshop will explore the many methods of creating a comic book. Students will be guided in a 4 week process where they will write, draw, and produce a 8-12 page comic book. For more information, or to purchase tickets for this class, visit www.arsupplydepo.com/toledo-workshops/

 

YEARBOOKS!

We have a FEW high school yearbooks left from last year 2017-2018.  If you are interested in purchasing one the cost is $55 and we accept cash or checks made payable to TSA.  Please stop in Mrs. Henderson's room if you are interested!

 

TSA CLOSET

No one in our TSA Family should go without.  If you or someone you know is struggling without enough clothing, proper shoes, or toiletry/hygiene items needed to take care of themselves, help is available.  Reach out to a trusted teacher, administrator, or staff member and they will make sure that any student in need receives items in a confidential, private manner. This is a common problem with an easy solution. Reach out to any faculty, staff or administrator today.



MONDAY 09/10/18

 

EXCESSIVE LITTER ON SCHOOL GROUNDS

The use of the school garden is a privilege. There has been an unreasonable amount of garbage littering the garden every day. This is unacceptable. If the littering in the garden does not stop it will be permanently closed.

There has also been ice cream wrappers littered all around the school building after school when the ice cream truck stops by. Please dispose of your treat wrappers in a garbage can. There are cans inside the garden. There is no excuse for littering when there are multiple garbage cans that can be used.

TUBA RECITAL

Just what is it that Artistic Directors do? They play the tuba!

Catch TSA's Artistic Director David Saygers demonstrate his artistic skills on Wednesday September 12 at 7:00 pm in the Attic Theatre, and find out what depths he will go to, musically that is. On the tuba. Low notes. Free admission (cause really, who's gonna pay to see a tuba recital?) And as a Bonus Ms. Dauel will be playing the piano!

 

THESPIAN MEETING

Thespians will be holding its first meeting in the Flying Pig this Friday (9/14) after school for both Senior and Junior Thespians! Come check it out, this is an opportunity to meet really fun people and enjoy theatre! There will be pizza, theater, and improv!

 

STUDENT MENTORS

Do you like helping others? Do you want to join a group that helps students? If so apply for student Mentors today! =) Mentors is a group of 8-12th graders who serve as active role models in the TSA community. They provide peer mentoring, peer discussion, and peer mediation to the junior division students.

 

If you're interested in applying, get an application from the 3rd floor guidance bookshelf located by the elevator. You will need to pick up 1 Mentors application & 2 Teacher Evaluation forms. Please write a 50-150 word essay about why you should be a Mentor. Then have 2 teachers fill out short evaluations about you. You will need to turn in your essay application into Mrs. Maurer's mailbox located on the 3rd floor (room 300) by Monday, September 24 at 3:00 to be eligible. Email Mrs. Maurer at smaurer@ts4arts.org with any questions.

 

ASSISTANT HOUSE MANAGERS NEEDED

Have you ever wanted to learn more about the process of greeting patrons at an event and making sure they have the best possible experience? Are you interested in working with the public at performance events like concerts, theatre productions, and dance showcases? If so, then you might be interested in becoming an Assistant House Manager at TSA. We are currently looking for responsible students who are interested in learning how to help our events be the best possible experience for audience and performers alike.

If you are interested in becoming an Assistant House Manager, please contact Mr. Bader in the Arts Office on the 4th floor.

 

EMBRACE MEETING

TSA’s student group for cultural diversity, EMBRACE, will have its first meeting of the year on Wednesday, September 12th from 3-4pm in room 307! Come join us as we celebrate and promote cultural diversity through togetherness, service, sharing our experiences, and discussing current events related to diversity! If you were involved with EMBRACE last year, or are interested in joining this year, please attend no matter who you are, as we’ll be electing officers and making plans for the new year! Meetings will be on the 2nd and 4th Wednesday of each month, and please reach out to Ms. Fowler with any questions.

 

PERFORMANCE OPPORTUNITY

Are you a musician looking for performance opportunities for yourself or your group? Or looking for service hours for school or another organization? In exchange you can get a free accompanist for Solo & Ensemble competition. The commitment includes at least two rehearsals and three church service performances, scheduled with your availability. Interested? Check with Mr. Saygers in the 4th Floor Arts Office for more details and contact information, or email to dsaygers@ts4arts.org.

 

AUDITIONS

The 2018 2019 Senior High play is William Shakespeare’s gender-bending, disguise-wearing, prank-playing, love-sick comedy “Twelfth Night, or What You Will” (so much fun, he had to give it TWO titles!). Auditions will be held on Friday, September 28th from 3-6pm in room 331. Please prepare a 1 minute MEMORIZED monologue from any Shakespeare play. Suggestions and much more info is available on the Schoology Group page: 4J7F8-TC7NZ. Or email Ms. Quinlan with any questions. The sign-up sheet is on the 3rd floor theatre board.​

 

ELF JR AUDITIONS

2018 Junior High Musical is Elf Jr.! This musical is based off of the comedic holiday film and follows the happiest elf, Buddy, on a journey to find out who he is. Auditions are for 6th-8th grade. They will be held on September 18th & 19th from 3-6pm in room 139. Please prepare 16 bars of an up-tempo musical theatre song OR an up-tempo Christmas Carol. Email Mrs. Toth with any questions. The sign-up sheet is on the 1st floor board.

 

YEARBOOKS!

We have a FEW high school yearbooks left from last year 2017-2018.  If you are interested in purchasing one the cost is $55 and we accept cash or checks made payable to TSA.  Please stop in Mrs. Henderson's room (312) if you are interested!

 

TSA CLOSET

No one in our TSA Family should go without.  If you or someone you know is struggling without enough clothing, proper shoes, or toiletry/hygiene items needed to take care of themselves, help is available.  Reach out to a trusted teacher, administrator, or staff member and they will make sure that any student in need receives items in a confidential, private manner. This is a common problem with an easy solution. Reach out to any faculty, staff or administrator today.


FRIDAY 09/07/18

 

EXCESSIVE LITTER ON SCHOOL GROUNDS

The use of the school garden is a privilege. There has been an unreasonable amount of garbage littering the garden every day. This is unacceptable. If the littering in the garden does not stop it will be permanently closed.

There has also been ice cream wrappers littered all around the school building after school when the ice cream truck stops by. Please dispose of your treat wrappers in a garbage can. There are cans inside the garden. There is no excuse for littering when there are multiple garbage cans that can be used.

 

TUBA RECITAL

Just what is it that Artistic Directors do? They play the tuba!

Catch TSA's Artistic Director David Saygers demonstrate his artistic skills on Wednesday September 12 at 7:00 pm in the Attic Theatre, and find out what depths he will go to, musically that is. On the tuba. Low notes. Free admission (cause really, who's gonna pay to see a tuba recital?) And as a Bonus Ms. Dauel will be playing the piano!

4TH ANNUAL FLYING PIG FEST

Do you like food?              Sure, we all do!

Do you like music?            Well, duh.

Do you like throwing a wet sponge in the face of your teacher?       Whaaa? That's a thing?

 

It is at this year's Flying Pig Arts Fest! Tickets are available on the TSA website or at the TSA Box Office. Tickets are: $35 for VIP (or $50 for 2 VIP), $10 for adults and $5 for students. Children under 5 get in free. The gate to the closed parking lot area opens at 3:45pm on Saturday September 8th. There will be food trucks, games, face painting, art vendors selling their cool stuff, a sidewalk chalk painting contest, and bands, Bands, BANDS!!

 

And, STUDENTS, get a load of this: if you get your family, neighbors, and friends to buy tickets and they give your name when they buy BEFORE Saturday the 8th, and those tickets total at least $50, you will be entered into a drawing and one lucky winner will get to go to dinner in a limo (YES, IN A LIMO!!!) with one friend and the staff member of their choice (and the staff members' significant other or friend). Yep - you get to go to a fancy dinner in a limo. So GO SELL TICKETS!!!

 

FLYING PIG ARTS FEST – CHALK WALK

Hey all you creative types!  The Flying Pig Arts Festival is right around the corner and this is our first ever Chalk Walk - themed "Happily Ever After". Gather a team of four and sign up to create a piece from 4-6 pm on Sept. 8 at the festival.  There will be a great prize for the team creating the Happiest Ever After chalk drawing. Click on the link to sign up today. This event is open to students, friends, parents, anyone interested! No fee to participate!

https://goo.gl/forms/LTbmlvOMj1Dv7PQn2​

 

EMBRACE MEETING

TSA’s student group for cultural diversity, EMBRACE, will have its first meeting of the year on Wednesday, September 12th from 3-4pm in room 307! Come join us as we celebrate and promote cultural diversity through togetherness, service, sharing our experiences, and discussing current events related to diversity! If you were involved with EMBRACE last year, or are interested in joining this year, please attend no matter who you are, as we’ll be electing officers and making plans for the new year! Meetings will be on the 2nd and 4th Wednesday of each month, and please reach out to Ms. Fowler with any questions.

 

AUDITIONS

The 2018 2019 Senior High play is William Shakespeare’s gender-bending, disguise-wearing, prank-playing, love-sick comedy “Twelfth Night, or What You Will” (so much fun, he had to give it TWO titles!). Auditions will be held on Friday, September 28th from 3-6pm in room 331. Please prepare a 1 minute MEMORIZED monologue from any Shakespeare play. Suggestions and much more info is available on the Schoology Group page: 4J7F8-TC7NZ. Or email Ms. Quinlan with any questions. The sign-up sheet is on the 3rd floor theatre board.​

 

ELF JR AUDITIONS

2018 Junior High Musical is Elf Jr.! This musical is based off of the comedic holiday film and follows the happiest elf, Buddy, on a journey to find out who he is. Auditions are for 6th-8th grade. They will be held on September 18th & 19th from 3-6pm in room 139. Please prepare 16 bars of an up-tempo musical theatre song OR an up-tempo Christmas Carol. Email Mrs. Toth with any questions. The sign-up sheet is on the 1st floor board.

 

TOLEDO MUSEUM OF ART TEEN APPRENTICES

TMA uses Teen Apprentices from TSA to create programs and projects at the Museum. You get to plan Teen Parties at the museum, learn about the TMA's collections and special exhibitions develop campaigns to reach other teens, explore careers in museums, and more!

    Apprentices attend one or two training sessions each month at the Museum, during school hours (and are responsible for completing any work missed at TSA.) The Apprentices receive museum benefits, like free admission to exhibitions, and to other museums.

    TSA Teen Apprentices have planned some of the Museum's most successful parties for Teens, and several Apprentices have gone on to become employees at the Museum.

    Any TSA students who might be interested in becoming a Teen Apprentice should contact Mr. Saygers in the 4th Floor Arts Office or by email at dsaygers@ts4arts.org

 

YEARBOOKS!

We have a FEW high school yearbooks left from last year 2017-2018.  If you are interested in purchasing one the cost is $55 and we accept cash or checks made payable to TSA.  Please stop in Mrs. Henderson's room if you are interested!

 

TSA CLOSET

No one in our TSA Family should go without.  If you or someone you know is struggling without enough clothing, proper shoes, or toiletry/hygiene items needed to take care of themselves, help is available.  Reach out to a trusted teacher, administrator, or staff member and they will make sure that any student in need receives items in a confidential, private manner.  This is a common problem with an easy solution. Reach out to any faculty, staff or administrator today.


THURSDAY 09/06/18

 

EXCESSIVE LITTER ON SCHOOL GROUNDS

The use of the school garden is a privilege. There has been an unreasonable amount of garbage littering the gardens every day. This is unacceptable. If the littering in the garden does not stop it will be permanently closed.

There has also been ice cream wrappers littered all around the school building after school when the ice cream truck stops by. Please dispose of your treat wrappers in a garbage can. There are cans inside the garden. There is no excuse for littering when there are multiple garbage cans that can be used.

 

4TH ANNUAL FLYING PIG FEST

Do you like food?              Sure, we all do!

Do you like music?            Well, duh.

Do you like throwing a wet sponge in the face of your teacher?       Whaaa? That's a thing?

 

It is at this year's Flying Pig Arts Fest! Tickets are available on the TSA website or at the TSA Box Office. Tickets are: $35 for VIP (or $50 for 2 VIP), $10 for adults and $5 for students. Children under 5 get in free. The gate to the closed parking lot area opens at 3:45pm on Saturday September 8th. There will be food trucks, games, face painting, art vendors selling their cool stuff, a sidewalk chalk painting contest, and bands, Bands, BANDS!!

 

And, STUDENTS, get a load of this: if you get your family, neighbors, and friends to buy tickets and they give your name when they buy BEFORE Saturday the 8th, and those tickets total at least $50, you will be entered into a drawing and one lucky winner will get to go to dinner in a limo (YES, IN A LIMO!!!) with one friend and the staff member of their choice (and the staff members' significant other or friend). Yep - you get to go to a fancy dinner in a limo. So GO SELL TICKETS!!!

 

FLYING PIG ARTS FEST – CHALK WALK

Hey all you creative types!  The Flying Pig Arts Festival is right around the corner and this is our first ever Chalk Walk - themed "Happily Ever After". Gather a team of four and sign up to create a piece from 4-6 pm on Sept. 8 at the festival.  There will be a great prize for the team creating the Happiest Ever After chalk drawing. Click on the link to sign up today. This event is open to students, friends, parents, anyone interested! No fee to participate!

https://goo.gl/forms/LTbmlvOMj1Dv7PQn2

 

PRIVATE LESSONS

Just one more day remains to sign up for Private Lessons. Be sure to turn in your completed registration forms (along with payment and/or scholarship paperwork) no later than Friday, September 7th.

If you need registration or scholarship forms please come to the Arts Office on the 4th floor

 

PRISM MEETING

This Friday September 7th is Prism's first meeting! Prism is TSA's student group for LGBTQIA+ and ally students to come together, hang out, and discuss topics pertinent to the LGBTQIA+ community! This first meeting will include electing officers and getting to know each other a bit. Meetings are held in room 313 from 3-4pm on the 1st and 3rd Friday of every month. Hope to see you there!

AUDITIONS

The 2018 2019 Senior High play is William Shakespeare’s gender-bending, disguise-wearing, prank-playing, love-sick comedy “Twelfth Night, or What You Will” (so much fun, he had to give it TWO titles!). Auditions will be held on Friday, September 28th from 3-6pm in room 331. Please prepare a 1 minute MEMORIZED monologue from any Shakespeare play. Suggestions and much more info is available on the Schoology Group page: 4J7F8-TC7NZ. Or email Ms. Quinlan with any questions. The sign-up sheet is on the 3rd floor theatre board.

 

ELF JR AUDITIONS

2018 Junior High Musical is Elf Jr.! This musical is based off of the comedic holiday film and follows the happiest elf, Buddy, on a journey to find out who he is. Auditions are for 6th-8th grade. They will be held on September 18th & 19th from 3-6pm in room 139. Please prepare 16 bars of an up-tempo musical theatre song OR an up-tempo Christmas Carol. Email Mrs. Toth with any questions. The sign-up sheet is on the 1st floor board.

 

 

TOLEDO MUSEUM OF ART TEEN APPRENTICES

TMA uses Teen Apprentices from TSA to create programs and projects at the Museum. You get to plan Teen Parties at the museum, learn about the TMA's collections and special exhibitions develop campaigns to reach other teens, explore careers in museums, and more!

    Apprentices attend one or two training sessions each month at the Museum, during school hours (and are responsible for completing any work missed at TSA.) The Apprentices receive museum benefits, like free admission to exhibitions, and to other museums.

    TSA Teen Apprentices have planned some of the Museum's most successful parties for Teens, and several Apprentices have gone on to become employees at the Museum.

    Any TSA students who might be interested in becoming a Teen Apprentice should contact Mr. Saygers in the 4th Floor Arts Office or by email at dsaygers@ts4arts.org

 

YEARBOOKS!

We have a FEW high school yearbooks left from last year 2017-2018.  If you are interested in purchasing one the cost is $55 and we accept cash or checks made payable to TSA.  Please stop in Mrs. Henderson's room if you are interested!

 

TSA CLOSET

No one in our TSA Family should go without.  If you or someone you know is struggling without enough clothing, proper shoes, or toiletry/hygiene items needed to take care of themselves, help is available.  Reach out to a trusted teacher, administrator, or staff member and they will make sure that any student in need receives items in a confidential, private manner.  This is a common problem with an easy solution. Reach out to any faculty, staff or administrator today.​


WEDNESDAY 09/05/2018

4TH ANNUAL FLYING PIG FEST

Do you like food?              Sure, we all do!

Do you like music?            Well, duh.

Do you like throwing a wet sponge in the face of your teacher?       Whaaa? That's a thing?

 

It is at this year's Flying Pig Arts Fest! Tickets are available on the TSA website or at the TSA Box Office. Tickets are: $35 for VIP (or $50 for 2 VIP), $10 for adults and $5 for students. Children under 5 get in free. The gate to the closed parking lot area opens at 3:45pm on Saturday September 8th. There will be food trucks, games, face painting, art vendors selling their cool stuff, a sidewalk chalk painting contest, and bands, Bands, BANDS!!

 

And, STUDENTS, get a load of this: if you get your family, neighbors, and friends to buy tickets and they give your name when they buy BEFORE Saturday the 8th, and those tickets total at least $50, you will be entered into a drawing and one lucky winner will get to go to dinner in a limo (YES, IN A LIMO!!!) with one friend and the staff member of their choice (and the staff members' significant other or friend). Yep - you get to go to a fancy dinner in a limo. So GO SELL TICKETS!!!

 

FLYING PIG ARTS FEST – CHALK WALK

Hey all you creative types!  The Flying Pig Arts Festival is right around the corner and this is our first ever Chalk Walk - themed "Happily Ever After". Gather a team of four and sign up to create a piece from 4-6 pm on Sept. 8 at the festival.  There will be a great prize for the team creating the Happiest Ever After chalk drawing. Click on the link to sign up today. This event is open to students, friends, parents, anyone interested! No fee to participate!

https://goo.gl/forms/LTbmlvOMj1Dv7PQn2

 

PRIVATE LESSONS

Just one more week remains to sign up for Private Lessons. Be sure to turn in your completed registration forms (along with payment and/or scholarship paperwork) no later than Friday, September 7th.

If you need registration or scholarship forms please come to the Arts Office on the 4th floor

 

PRISM MEETING

This Friday September 7th is Prism's first meeting! Prism is TSA's student group for LGBTQIA+ and ally students to come together, hang out, and disucss topics pertinent to the LGBTQIA+ community! This first meeting will include electing officers and getting to know each other a bit. Meetings are held in room 313 from 3-4pm on the 1st and 3rd Friday of every month. Hope to see you there!

JOIN DUNGEONS & DRAGONS CLUB

Ever wanted to be a wizard with a stylish hat? Or a warrior fighting a giant monster? Come to Dungeons & Dragons Club and experience the most famous tabletop game! We have a student DM and will happily teach anyone who would like to learn! The club meets the first and third Tuesdays of the month from 3-4:30 in room 205. Join us 9/4 for our first meeting of the year and come along on an epic adventure! Contact Ms. Lottier or Mx. Johannes if you have any questions.

 

AUDITIONS

The 2018 2019 Senior High play is William Shakespeare’s gender-bending, disguise-wearing, prank-playing, love-sick comedy “Twelfth Night, or What You Will” (so much fun, he had to give it TWO titles!). Auditions will be held on Friday, September 28th from 3-6pm in room 331. Please prepare a 1 minute MEMORIZED monologue from any Shakespeare play. Suggestions and much more info is available on the Schoology Group page: 4J7F8-TC7NZ. Or email Ms. Quinlan with any questions. The sign-up sheet is on the 3rd floor theatre board.

 

ANIME CLUB

Do you like anime? Are you interested in meeting fellow anime fans? Then come to Anime Club! We will be having an informational meeting in room 303, Thursday, September 6th. We hope to see you there!

 

TOLEDO MUSEUM OF ART TEEN APPRENTICES

TMA uses Teen Apprentices from TSA to create programs and projects at the Museum. You get to plan Teen Parties at the museum, learn about the TMA's collections and special exhibitions, develop campaigns to reach other teens, explore careers in museums, and more!

    Apprentices attend one or two training sessions each month at the Museum, during school hours (and are responsible for completing any work missed at TSA.) The Apprentices receive museum benefits, like free admission to exhibitions, and to other museums.

    TSA Teen Apprentices have planned some of the Museum's most successful parties for Teens, and several Apprentices have gone on to become employees at the Museum.

    Any TSA students who might be interested in becoming a Teen Apprentice should contact Mr. Saygers in the 4th Floor Arts Office or by email at dsaygers@ts4arts.org

 

YEARBOOKS!

We have a FEW high school yearbooks left from last year 2017-2018.  If you are interested in purchasing one the cost is $55 and we accept cash or checks made payable to TSA.  Please stop in Mrs. Henderson's room if you are interested!

 

TSA CLOSET

No one in our TSA Family should go without.  If you or someone you know is struggling without enough clothing, proper shoes, or toiletry/hygiene items needed to take care of themselves, help is available.  Reach out to a trusted teacher, administrator, or staff member and they will make sure that any student in need receives items in a confidential, private manner.  This is a common problem with an easy solution. Reach out to any faculty, staff or administrator today.

 

TSA ENVIROTHON

Envirothon is a competition every spring that has students pitting their environmental knowledge from the local, state, and eventually national level.  TSA has two teams of 5 with 2 alternates for each team.  We will practice on Wednedays from 3:15-4:15pm in Room 303.  Areas covered are soils, water quality, animal/behavior, environmental law, and more! Students will prepare for competition throughout the fall and then compete for team positions in March.  (We will be giving sample competition questions/tests).  Last year TSA did very well in our first year out! Interested? Come to our first meeting on September 5th in Room 303.  Questions? Contact Mrs. Haywood-Imbrogno or Ms. Smith.


TUESDAY 09/04/18

 

4TH ANNUAL FLYING PIG FEST

Do you like food?              Sure, we all do!

Do you like music?            Well, duh.

Do you like throwing a wet sponge in the face of your teacher?       Whaaa? That's a thing?

 

It is at this year's Flying Pig Arts Fest! Tickets are available on the TSA website or at the TSA Box Office. Tickets are: $35 for VIP (or $50 for 2 VIP), $10 for adults and $5 for students. Children under 5 get in free. The gate to the closed parking lot area opens at 3:45pm on Saturday September 8th. There will be food trucks, games, face painting, art vendors selling their cool stuff, a sidewalk chalk painting contest, and bands, Bands, BANDS!!

 

And, STUDENTS, get a load of this: if you get your family, neighbors, and friends to buy tickets and they give your name when they buy BEFORE Saturday the 8th, and those tickets total at least $50, you will be entered into a drawing and one lucky winner will get to go to dinner in a limo (YES, IN A LIMO!!!) with one friend and the staff member of their choice (and the staff members' significant other or friend). Yep - you get to go to a fancy dinner in a limo. So GO SELL TICKETS!!!

 

FLYING PIG ARTS FEST – CHALK WALK

Hey all you creative types!  The Flying Pig Arts Festival is right around the corner and this is our first ever Chalk Walk - themed "Happily Ever After". Gather a team of four and sign up to create a piece from 4-6 pm on Sept. 8 at the festival.  There will be a great prize for the team creating the Happiest Ever After chalk drawing. Click on the link to sign up today. This event is open to students, friends, parents, anyone interested! No fee to participate!

https://goo.gl/forms/LTbmlvOMj1Dv7PQn2​

 

PRIVATE LESSONS

Just one more week remains to sign up for Private Lessons. Be sure to turn in your completed registration forms (along with payment and/or scholarship paperwork) no later than Friday, September 7th.

If you need registration or scholarship forms please come to the Arts Office on the 4th floor

 

PRISM MEETING

This Friday September 7th is Prism's first meeting! Prism is TSA's student group for LGBTQIA+ and ally students to come together, hang out, and disucss topics pertinent to the LGBTQIA+ community! This first meeting will include electing officers and getting to know each other a bit. Meetings are held in room 313 from 3-4pm on the 1st and 3rd Friday of every month. Hope to see you there!

JOIN DUNGEONS & DRAGONS CLUB

Ever wanted to be a wizard with a stylish hat? Or a warrior fighting a giant monster? Come to Dungeons & Dragons Club and experience the most famous tabletop game! We have a student DM and will happily teach anyone who would like to learn! The club meets the first and third Tuesdays of the month from 3-4:30 in room 205. Join us 9/4 for our first meeting of the year and come along on an epic adventure! Contact Ms. Lottier or Mx. Johannes if you have any questions.

 

AUDITIONS

The 2018 2019 Senior High play is William Shakespeare’s gender-bending, disguise-wearing, prank-playing, love-sick comedy “Twelfth Night, or What You Will” (so much fun, he had to give it TWO titles!). Auditions will be held on Friday, September 28th from 3-6pm in room 331. Please prepare a 1 minute MEMORIZED monologue from any Shakespeare play. Suggestions and much more info is available on the Schoology Group page: 4J7F8-TC7NZ. Or email Ms. Quinlan with any questions. The sign-up sheet is on the 3rd floor theatre board.​

 

ANIME CLUB

Do you like anime? Are you interested in meeting fellow anime fans? Then come to Anime Club! We will be having an informational meeting in room 303, Thursday, September 6th. We hope to see you there!

 

TOLEDO MUSEUM OF ART TEEN APPRENTICES

TMA uses Teen Apprentices from TSA to create programs and projects at the Museum. You get to plan Teen Parties at the museum, learn about the TMA's collections and special exhibitions, develop campaigns to reach other teens, explore careers in museums, and more!

    Apprentices attend one or two training sessions each month at the Museum, during school hours (and are responsible for completing any work missed at TSA.) The Apprentices receive museum benefits, like free admission to exhibitions, and to other museums.

    TSA Teen Apprentices have planned some of the Museum's most successful parties for Teens, and several Apprentices have gone on to become employees at the Museum.

    Any TSA students who might be interested in becoming a Teen Apprentice should contact Mr. Saygers in the 4th Floor Arts Office or by email at dsaygers@ts4arts.org

 

YEARBOOKS!

We have a FEW high school yearbooks left from last year 2017-2018.  If you are interested in purchasing one the cost is $55 and we accept cash or checks made payable to TSA.  Please stop in Mrs. Henderson's room if you are interested!

 

TSA CLOSET

No one in our TSA Family should go without.  If you or someone you know is struggling without enough clothing, proper shoes, or toiletry/hygiene items needed to take care of themselves, help is available.  Reach out to a trusted teacher, administrator, or staff member and they will make sure that any student in need receives items in a confidential, private manner.  This is a common problem with an easy solution. Reach out to any faculty, staff or administrator today.

 

TSA ENVIROTHON

Envirothon is a competition every spring that has students pitting their environmental knowledge from the local, state, and eventually national level.  TSA has two teams of 5 with 2 alternates for each team.  We will practice on Wednedays from 3:15-4:15pm in Room 303.  Areas covered are soils, water quality, animal/behavior, environmental law, and more! Students will prepare for competition throughout the fall and then compete for team positions in March.  (We will be giving sample competition questions/tests).  Last year TSA did very well in our first year out! Interested? Come to our first meeting on September 5th in Room 303.  Questions? Contact Mrs. Haywood-Imbrogno or Ms. Smith.

 

DRESS CODE

Please remember that you have the privilege of being able to wear what you want WITHIN REASON and with following some important rules. You are not permitted to wear:

·      Transparent, excessively tight or see through tops, bare midriffs, strapless tops, and outfits that provide minimum coverage or show cleavage, halters, backless dresses or tops, tube tops, muscle shirts, or any clothing exposing undergarments or excessive skin which may be distracting

PLEASE make good choices regarding your wardrobe from now on, or expect to be asked to correct your attire. If you cannot correct it, you may be sent home to do so.

 

BOOK BAGS

Students, please keep book bags in your lockers. You should not be carrying the book bags throughout the day. Book bags add to the crowdedness of the halls, and especially the stairways. Sometimes book bags accidentally brush against art or displays on the walls or on pedestals. You are issued lockers to keep your belongings in them. Please use your lockers. Thank you!


FRIDAY 08/31/18

 

LONG WEEKEND

Reminder- There is NO school Monday due to Labor Day.

Have a safe and enjoyable 3 day weekend!

 

PRIVATE LESSONS

Just one more week remains to sign up for Private Lessons. Be sure to turn in your completed registration forms (along with payment and/or scholarship paperwork) no later than Friday, September 7th.

If you need registration or scholarship forms please come to the Arts Office on the 4th floor

JOIN DUNGEONS & DRAGONS CLUB
Ever wanted to be a wizard with a stylish hat? Or a warrior fighting a giant monster? Come to Dungeons & Dragons Club and experience the most famous tabletop game! We have a student DM and will happily teach anyone who would like to learn! The club meets the first and third Tuesdays of the month from 3-4:30 in room 205. Join us 9/4 for our first meeting of the year and come along on an epic adventure! Contact Ms. Lottier or Mx. Johannes if you have any questions.

 

FLYING PIG ARTS FEST – CHALK WALK

Hey all you creative types!  The Flying Pig Arts Festival is right around the corner and this is our first ever Chalk Walk - themed "Happily Ever After". Gather a team of four and sign up to create a piece from 4-6 pm on Sept. 8 at the festival.  There will be a great prize for the team creating the Happiest Ever After chalk drawing. Click on the link to sign up today. This event is open to students, friends, parents, anyone interested! No fee to participate!

https://goo.gl/forms/LTbmlvOMj1Dv7PQn2​

 

AUDITIONS

The 2018 2019 Senior High play is William Shakespeare’s gender-bending, disguise-wearing, prank-playing, love-sick comedy “Twelfth Night, or What You Will” (so much fun, he had to give it TWO titles!). Auditions will be held on Friday, September 28th from 3-6pm in room 331. Please prepare a 1 minute MEMORIZED monologue from any Shakespeare play. Suggestions and much more info is available on the Schoology Group page: 4J7F8-TC7NZ. Or email Ms. Quinlan with any questions. The sign-up sheet is on the 3rd floor theatre board.​

 

ANIME CLUB

Do you like anime? Are you interested in meeting fellow anime fans? Then come to Anime Club! We will be having an informational meeting in room 303, Thursday, September 6th. We hope to see you there!

 

TOLEDO MUSEUM OF ART TEEN APPRENTICES

TMA uses Teen Apprentices from TSA to create programs and projects at the Museum. You get to plan Teen Parties at the museum, learn about the TMA's collections and special exhibitions, develop campaigns to reach other teens, explore careers in museums, and more!

    Apprentices attend one or two training sessions each month at the Museum, during school hours (and are responsible for completing any work missed at TSA.) The Apprentices receive museum benefits, like free admission to exhibitions, and to other museums.

    TSA Teen Apprentices have planned some of the Museum's most successful parties for Teens, and several Apprentices have gone on to become employees at the Museum.

    Any TSA students who might be interested in becoming a Teen Apprentice should contact Mr. Saygers in the 4th Floor Arts Office or by email at dsaygers@ts4arts.org

 

YEARBOOKS!

We have a FEW high school yearbooks left from last year 2017-2018.  If you are interested in purchasing one the cost is $55 and we accept cash or checks made payable to TSA.  Please stop in Mrs. Henderson's room if you are interested!

 

TSA CLOSET

No one in our TSA Family should go without.  If you or someone you know is struggling without enough clothing, proper shoes, or toiletry/hygiene items needed to take care of themselves, help is available.  Reach out to a trusted teacher, administrator, or staff member and they will make sure that any student in need receives items in a confidential, private manner.  This is a common problem with an easy solution. Reach out to any faculty, staff or administrator today.

 

TSA ENVIROTHON

Envirothon is a competition every spring that has students pitting their environmental knowledge from the local, state, and eventually national level.  TSA has two teams of 5 with 2 alternates for each team.  We will practice on Wednedays from 3:15-4:15pm in Room 303.  Areas covered are soils, water quality, animal/behavior, environmental law, and more! Students will prepare for competition throughout the fall and then compete for team positions in March.  (We will be giving sample competition questions/tests).  Last year TSA did very well in our first year out! Interested? Come to our first meeting on September 5th in Room 303.  Questions? Contact Mrs. Haywood-Imbrogno or Ms. Smith.

 

DRESS CODE

Please remember that you have the privilege of being able to wear what you want WITHIN REASON and with following some important rules. You are not permitted to wear:

·      Transparent, excessively tight or see through tops, bare midriffs, strapless tops, and outfits that provide minimum coverage or show cleavage, halters, backless dresses or tops, tube tops, muscle shirts, or any clothing exposing undergarments or excessive skin which may be distracting

PLEASE make good choices regarding your wardrobe from now on, or expect to be asked to correct your attire. If you cannot correct it, you may be sent home to do so.

 

BOOK BAGS

Students, please keep book bags in your lockers. You should not be carrying the book bags throughout the day. Book bags add to the crowdedness of the halls, and especially the stairways. Sometimes book bags accidentally brush against art or displays on the walls or on pedestals. You are issued lockers to keep your belongings in them. Please use your lockers. Thank you!

 

4TH ANNUAL FLYING PIG FEST

Do you like food?              Sure, we all do!

Do you like music?            Well, duh.

Do you like throwing a wet sponge in the face of your teacher?       Whaaa? That's a thing?

 

It is at this year's Flying Pig Arts Fest! Tickets are available on the TSA website or at the TSA Box Office. Tickets are: $35 for VIP (or $50 for 2 VIP), $10 for adults and $5 for students. Children under 5 get in free. The gate to the closed parking lot area opens at 3:45pm on Saturday September 8th. There will be food trucks, games, face painting, art vendors selling their cool stuff, a sidewalk chalk painting contest, and bands, Bands, BANDS!!

 

And, STUDENTS, get a load of this: if you get your family, neighbors, and friends to buy tickets and they give your name when they buy BEFORE Saturday the 8th, and those tickets total at least $50, you will be entered into a drawing and one lucky winner will get to go to dinner in a limo (YES, IN A LIMO!!!) with one friend and the staff member of their choice (and the staff members' significant other or friend). Yep - you get to go to a fancy dinner in a limo. So GO SELL TICKETS!!!


THURSDAY 08/30/18

 

SYLVANIA  BUS CHANGE

There has been a change in the morning Sylvania bus schedule. This change will go in effect TOMORROW 8/31/18

Bus #40

Departs Southview at 7:20am

Departs Northview at 7:30am

FLYING PIG ARTS FEST – CHALK WALK

Hey all you creative types!  The Flying Pig Arts Festival is right around the corner and this is our first ever Chalk Walk - themed "Happily Ever After". Gather a team of four and sign up to create a piece from 4-6 pm on Sept. 8 at the festival.  There will be a great prize for the team creating the Happiest Ever After chalk drawing. Click on the link to sign up today. This event is open to students, friends, parents, anyone interested! No fee to participate!

https://goo.gl/forms/LTbmlvOMj1Dv7PQn2

 

AUDITIONS

The 2018 2019 Senior High play is William Shakespeare’s gender-bending, disguise-wearing, prank-playing, love-sick comedy “Twelfth Night, or What You Will” (so much fun, he had to give it TWO titles!). Auditions will be held on Friday, September 28th from 3-6pm in room 331. Please prepare a 1 minute MEMORIZED monologue from any Shakespeare play. Suggestions and much more info is available on the Schoology Group page: 4J7F8-TC7NZ. Or email Ms. Quinlan with any questions. The sign-up sheet is on the 3rd floor theatre board.​

 

ANIME CLUB

Do you like anime? Are you interested in meeting fellow anime fans? Then come to Anime Club! We will be having an informational meeting in room 303, Thursday, September 6th. We hope to see you there!

 

MARIACHI ENSEMBLE

Do you love Mariachi music? Do you love to sing? In Spanish? If you are interested in joining TSA's Mariachi Ensemble as a guitarist, violinist or singer, please join us in room 412 this Thursday from 3-4:00. If you have any questions, please contact Mrs. Anderson danderson@ts4arts.org

 

TOLEDO MUSEUM OF ART TEEN APPRENTICES

TMA uses Teen Apprentices from TSA to create programs and projects at the Museum. You get to plan Teen Parties at the museum, learn about the TMA's collections and special exhibitions, develop campaigns to reach other teens, explore careers in museums, and more!

    Apprentices attend one or two training sessions each month at the Museum, during school hours (and are responsible for completing any work missed at TSA.) The Apprentices receive museum benefits, like free admission to exhibitions, and to other museums.

    TSA Teen Apprentices have planned some of the Museum's most successful parties for Teens, and several Apprentices have gone on to become employees at the Museum.

    Any TSA students who might be interested in becoming a Teen Apprentice should contact Mr. Saygers in the 4th Floor Arts Office or by email at dsaygers@ts4arts.org

 

YEARBOOKS!

We have a FEW high school yearbooks left from last year 2017-2018.  If you are interested in purchasing one the cost is $55 and we accept cash or checks made payable to TSA.  Please stop in Mrs. Henderson's room if you are interested!

 

TSA CLOSET

No one in our TSA Family should go without.  If you or someone you know is struggling without enough clothing, proper shoes, or toiletry/hygiene items needed to take care of themselves, help is available.  Reach out to a trusted teacher, administrator, or staff member and they will make sure that any student in need receives items in a confidential, private manner.  This is a common problem with an easy solution. Reach out to any faculty, staff or administrator today.

 

TSA ENVIROTHON

Envirothon is a competition every spring that has students pitting their environmental knowledge from the local, state, and eventually national level.  TSA has two teams of 5 with 2 alternates for each team.  We will practice on Wednedays from 3:15-4:15pm in Room 303.  Areas covered are soils, water quality, animal/behavior, environmental law, and more! Students will prepare for competition throughout the fall and then compete for team positions in March.  (We will be giving sample competition questions/tests).  Last year TSA did very well in our first year out! Interested? Come to our first meeting on September 5th in Room 303.  Questions? Contact Mrs. Haywood-Imbrogno or Ms. Smith.

 

INDIVIDUAL STUDENT MEETINGS

Mr. Sayger and Mr. Bader will be meeting with individual students in 10th, 11th, and 12th grades over the next week in the fourth floor office. You will receive an email with your scheduled meeting time. Please be sure to read your email closely so you do not miss your meeting. The schedule of meetings will be:

Sophomores - Thursday (8/30) and Friday (8/31)

 

FIRE DRILL

During a fire drill, if you are in a class dismissed from the 1st or 2nd floor, your class will line up in the parking lot on the 14th street side, to the left of the stairs.

Classes dismissed from the 3rd floor will meet in the middle of the parking lot, and classes dismissed from the 4th floor will meet on the 15th street side of the parking lot. If you find yourself unsure of where to go during a fire drill, ask a teacher for help or go to the stone arch for assistance.

 

DRESS CODE

Please remember that you have the privilege of being able to wear what you want WITHIN REASON and with following some important rules. You are not permitted to wear:

·      Transparent, excessively tight or see through tops, bare midriffs, strapless tops, and outfits that provide minimum coverage or show cleavage, halters, backless dresses or tops, tube tops, muscle shirts, or any clothing exposing undergarments or excessive skin which may be distracting

PLEASE make good choices regarding your wardrobe from now on, or expect to be asked to correct your attire. If you cannot correct it, you may be sent home to do so.

 

BOOK BAGS

Students, please keep book bags in your lockers. You should not be carrying the book bags throughout the day. Book bags add to the crowdedness of the halls, and especially the stairways. Sometimes book bags accidentally brush against art or displays on the walls or on pedestals. You are issued lockers to keep your belongings in them. Please use your lockers. Thank you!

 

PRIVATE LESSONS

For those students wishing to take private lessons, please remember to turn in your completed registration paperwork to the Arts office on the 4th floor. If you do not have registration papers, please pick them up from the Arts office. The deadline for submitting the completed forms is September 7th. Lessons will begin the week of September 17.

 

LOST CALCULATOR

If you found a gray and navy colored graphing calculator, on the first floor, please turn that calculator in to Mrs. Jones, or Mr. Johnson in the first floor office as soon as possible. Thank you!

 

4TH ANNUAL FLYING PIG FEST

Do you like food?              Sure, we all do!

Do you like music?            Well, duh.

Do you like throwing a wet sponge in the face of your teacher?       Whaaa? That's a thing?

 

It is at this year's Flying Pig Arts Fest! Tickets are available on the TSA website or at the TSA Box Office. Tickets are: $35 for VIP (or $50 for 2 VIP), $10 for adults and $5 for students. Children under 5 get in free. The gate to the closed parking lot area opens at 3:45pm on Saturday September 8th. There will be food trucks, games, face painting, art vendors selling their cool stuff, a sidewalk chalk painting contest, and bands, Bands, BANDS!!

 

And, STUDENTS, get a load of this: if you get your family, neighbors, and friends to buy tickets and they give your name when they buy BEFORE Saturday the 8th, and those tickets total at least $50, you will be entered into a drawing and one lucky winner will get to go to dinner in a limo (YES, IN A LIMO!!!) with one friend and the staff member of their choice (and the staff members' significant other or friend). Yep - you get to go to a fancy dinner in a limo. So GO SELL TICKETS!!


WEDNESDAY 08/29/18

 

AUDITIONS

The 2018 2019 Senior High play is William Shakespeare’s gender-bending, disguise-wearing, prank-playing, love-sick comedy “Twelfth Night, or What You Will” (so much fun, he had to give it TWO titles!). Auditions will be held on Friday, September 28th from 3-6pm in room 331. Please prepare a 1 minute MEMORIZED monologue from any Shakespeare play. Suggestions and much more info is available on the Schoology Group page: 4J7F8-TC7NZ. Or email Ms. Quinlan with any questions. The sign-up sheet is on the 3rd floor theatre board.​

 

MARIACHI ENSEMBLE

Do you love Mariachi music? Do you love to sing? In Spanish? If you are interested in joining TSA's Mariachi Ensemble as a guitarist, violinist or singer, please join us in room 412 this Thursday from 3-4:00. If you have any questions, please contact Mrs. Anderson danderson@ts4arts.org

 

TOLEDO MUSEUM OF ART TEEN APPRENTICES

TMA uses Teen Apprentices from TSA to create programs and projects at the Museum. You get to plan Teen Parties at the museum, learn about the TMA's collections and special exhibitions, develop campaigns to reach other teens, explore careers in museums, and more!

    Apprentices attend one or two training sessions each month at the Museum, during school hours (and are responsible for completing any work missed at TSA.) The Apprentices receive museum benefits, like free admission to exhibitions, and to other museums.

    TSA Teen Apprentices have planned some of the Museum's most successful parties for Teens, and several Apprentices have gone on to become employees at the Museum.

    Any TSA students who might be interested in becoming a Teen Apprentice should contact Mr. Saygers in the 4th Floor Arts Office or by email at dsaygers@ts4arts.org

 

YEARBOOKS!

We have a FEW high school yearbooks left from last year 2017-2018.  If you are interested in purchasing one the cost is $55 and we accept cash or checks made payable to TSA.  Please stop in Mrs. Henderson's room if you are interested!

 

TSA CLOSET

No one in our TSA Family should go without.  If you or someone you know is struggling without enough clothing, proper shoes, or toiletry/hygiene items needed to take care of themselves, help is available.  Reach out to a trusted teacher, administrator, or staff member and they will make sure that any student in need receives items in a confidential, private manner.  This is a common problem with an easy solution. Reach out to any faculty, staff or administrator today.

 

TSA ENVIROTHON

Envirothon is a competition every spring that has students pitting their environmental knowledge from the local, state, and eventually national level.  TSA has two teams of 5 with 2 alternates for each team.  We will practice on Wednedays from 3:15-4:15pm in Room 303.  Areas covered are soils, water quality, animal/behavior, environmental law, and more! Students will prepare for competition throughout the fall and then compete for team positions in March.  (We will be giving sample competition questions/tests).  Last year TSA did very well in our first year out! Interested? Come to our first meeting on September 5th in Room 303.  Questions? Contact Mrs. Haywood-Imbrogno or Ms. Smith.

 

INDIVIDUAL STUDENT MEETINGS

Mr. Sayger and Mr. Bader will be meeting with individual students in 10th, 11th, and 12th grades over the next week in the fourth floor office. You will receive an email with your scheduled meeting time. Please be sure to read your email closely so you do not miss your meeting. The schedule of meetings will be:

Sophomores - Thursday (8/30) and Friday (8/31)

 

FIRE DRILL

During a fire drill, if you are in a class dismissed from the 1st or 2nd floor, your class will line up in the parking lot on the 14th street side, to the left of the stairs.

Classes dismissed from the 3rd floor will meet in the middle of the parking lot, and classes dismissed from the 4th floor will meet on the 15th street side of the parking lot. If you find yourself unsure of where to go during a fire drill, ask a teacher for help or go to the stone arch for assistance.

 

DRESS CODE

Please remember that you have the privilege of being able to wear what you want WITHIN REASON and with following some important rules. You are not permitted to wear:

·      Transparent, excessively tight or see through tops, bare midriffs, strapless tops, and outfits that provide minimum coverage or show cleavage, halters, backless dresses or tops, tube tops, muscle shirts, or any clothing exposing undergarments or excessive skin which may be distracting

PLEASE make good choices regarding your wardrobe from now on, or expect to be asked to correct your attire. If you cannot correct it, you may be sent home to do so.

 

BOOK BAGS

Students, please keep book bags in your lockers. You should not be carrying the book bags throughout the day. Book bags add to the crowdedness of the halls, and especially the stairways. Sometimes book bags accidentally brush against art or displays on the walls or on pedestals. You are issued lockers to keep your belongings in them. Please use your lockers. Thank you!

 

PRIVATE LESSONS

For those students wishing to take private lessons, please remember to turn in your completed registration paperwork to the Arts office on the 4th floor. If you do not have registration papers, please pick them up from the Arts office. The deadline for submitting the completed forms is September 7th. Lessons will begin the week of September 17.

 

LOST CALCULATOR

If you found a gray and navy colored graphing calculator, on the first floor, please turn that calculator in to Mrs. Jones, or Mr. Johnson in the first floor office as soon as possible. Thank you!

 

4TH ANNUAL FLYING PIG FEST

Do you like food?              Sure, we all do!

Do you like music?            Well, duh.

Do you like throwing a wet sponge in the face of your teacher?       Whaaa? That's a thing?

 

It is at this year's Flying Pig Arts Fest! Tickets are available on the TSA website or at the TSA Box Office. Tickets are: $35 for VIP (or $50 for 2 VIP), $10 for adults and $5 for students. Children under 5 get in free. The gate to the closed parking lot area opens at 3:45pm on Saturday September 8th. There will be food trucks, games, face painting, art vendors selling their cool stuff, a sidewalk chalk painting contest, and bands, Bands, BANDS!!

 

And, STUDENTS, get a load of this: if you get your family, neighbors, and friends to buy tickets and they give your name when they buy BEFORE Saturday the 8th, and those tickets total at least $50, you will be entered into a drawing and one lucky winner will get to go to dinner in a limo (YES, IN A LIMO!!!) with one friend and the staff member of their choice (and the staff members' significant other or friend). Yep - you get to go to a fancy dinner in a limo. So GO SELL TICKETS!!!

 


TUESDAY 08/28/18

 

TOLEDO MUSEUM OF ART TEEN APPRENTICES

TMA uses Teen Apprentices from TSA to create programs and projects at the Museum. You get to plan Teen Parties at the museum, learn about the TMA's collections and special exhibitions, develop campaigns to reach other teens, explore careers in museums, and more!

    Apprentices attend one or two training sessions each month at the Museum, during school hours (and are responsible for completing any work missed at TSA.) The Apprentices receive museum benefits, like free admission to exhibitions, and to other museums.

    TSA Teen Apprentices have planned some of the Museum's most successful parties for Teens, and several Apprentices have gone on to become employees at the Museum.

    Any TSA students who might be interested in becoming a Teen Apprentice should contact Mr. Saygers in the 4th Floor Arts Office or by email at dsaygers@ts4arts.org

 

YEARBOOKS

We have a FEW high school yearbooks left from last year 2017-2018.  If you are interested in purchasing one the cost is $55 and we accept cash or checks made payable to TSA.  Please stop in Mrs. Henderson's room if you are interested!

 

TSA CLOSET

No one in our TSA Family should go without.  If you or someone you know is struggling without enough clothing, proper shoes, or toiletry/hygiene items needed to take care of themselves, help is available.  Reach out to a trusted teacher, administrator, or staff member and they will make sure that any student in need receives items in a confidential, private manner.  This is a common problem with an easy solution. Reach out to any faculty, staff or administrator today.

 

TSA ENVIROTHON

Envirothon is a competition every spring that has students pitting their environmental knowledge from the local, state, and eventually national level.  TSA has two teams of 5 with 2 alternates for each team.  We will practice on Wednedays from 3:15-4:15pm in Room 303.  Areas covered are soils, water quality, animal/behavior, environmental law, and more! Students will prepare for competition throughout the fall and then compete for team positions in March.  (We will be giving sample competition questions/tests).  Last year TSA did very well in our first year out! Interested? Come to our first meeting on September 5th in Room 303.  Questions? Contact Mrs. Haywood-Imbrogno or Ms. Smith.

 

INDIVIDUAL STUDENT MEETINGS

Mr. Sayger and Mr. Bader will be meeting with individual students in 10th, 11th, and 12th grades over the next week in the fourth floor office. You will receive an email with your scheduled meeting time. Please be sure to read your email closely so you do not miss your meeting. The schedule of meetings will be:

Juniors - Tuesday (8/28) and Wednesday (8/29)

Sophomores - Thursday (8/30) and Friday (8/31)

 

FIRE DRILL

During a fire drill, if you are in a class dismissed from the 1st or 2nd floor, your class will line up in the parking lot on the 14th street side, to the left of the stairs.

Classes dismissed from the 3rd floor will meet in the middle of the parking lot, and classes dismissed from the 4th floor will meet on the 15th street side of the parking lot. If you find yourself unsure of where to go during a fire drill, ask a teacher for help or go to the stone arch for assistance.

 

DRESS CODE

Please remember that you have the privilege of being able to wear what you want WITHIN REASON and with following some important rules. You are not permitted to wear:

·          Transparent, excessively tight or see through tops, bare midriffs, strapless tops, and outfits that provide minimum coverage or show cleavage, halters, backless dresses or tops, tube tops, muscle shirts, or any clothing exposing undergarments or excessive skin which may be distracting

PLEASE make good choices regarding your wardrobe from now on, or expect to be asked to correct your attire. If you cannot correct it, you may be sent home to do so.

 

BOOK BAGS

Students, please keep book bags in your lockers. You should not be carrying the book bags throughout the day. Book bags add to the crowdedness of the halls, and especially the stairways. Sometimes book bags accidentally brush against art or displays on the walls or on pedestals. You are issued lockers to keep your belongings in them. Please use your lockers. Thank you!

 

PRIVATE LESSONS

For those students wishing to take private lessons, please remember to turn in your completed registration paperwork to the Arts office on the 4th floor. If you do not have registration papers, please pick them up from the Arts office. The deadline for submitting the completed forms is September 7th. Lessons will begin the week of September 17.

 

LOST CALCULATOR

If you found a gray and navy colored graphing calculator, on the first floor, please turn that calculator in to Mrs. Jones, or Mr. Johnson in the first floor office as soon as possible. Thank you!

 

4TH ANNUAL FLYING PIG FEST

Do you like food?              Sure, we all do!

Do you like music?            Well, duh.

Do you like throwing a wet sponge in the face of your teacher?       Whaaa? That's a thing?

 

It is at this year's Flying Pig Arts Fest! Tickets are available on the TSA website or at the TSA Box Office. Tickets are: $35 for VIP (or $50 for 2 VIP), $10 for adults and $5 for students. Children under 5 get in free. The gate to the closed parking lot area opens at 3:45pm on Saturday September 8th. There will be food trucks, games, face painting, art vendors selling their cool stuff, a sidewalk chalk painting contest, and bands, Bands, BANDS!!

 

And, STUDENTS, get a load of this: if you get your family, neighbors, and friends to buy tickets and they give your name when they buy BEFORE Saturday the 8th, and those tickets total at least $50, you will be entered into a drawing and one lucky winner will get to go to dinner in a limo (YES, IN A LIMO!!!) with one friend and the staff member of their choice (and the staff members' significant other or friend). Yep - you get to go to a fancy dinner in a limo. So GO SELL TICKETS!!!


MONDAY 08/27/18

 

TSA ENVIROTHON

Envirothon is a competition every spring that has students pitting their environmental knowledge from the local, state, and eventually national level.  TSA has two teams of 5 with 2 alternates for each team.  We will practice on Wednedays from 3:15-4:15pm in Room 303.  Areas covered are soils, water quality, animal/behavior, environmental law, and more! Students will prepare for competition throughout the fall and then compete for team positions in March.  (We will be giving sample competition questions/tests).  Last year TSA did very well in our first year out! Interested? Come to our first meeting on September 5th in Room 303.  Questions? Contact Mrs. Haywood-Imbrogno or Ms. Smith.

 

INDIVIDUAL STUDENT MEETINGS

Mr. Sayger and Mr. Bader will be meeting with individual students in 10th, 11th, and 12th grades over the next week in the fourth floor office. You will receive an email with your scheduled meeting time. Please be sure to read your email closely so you do not miss your meeting. The schedule of meetings will be:

Juniors - Tuesday (8/28) and Wednesday (8/29)

Sophomores - Thursday (8/30) and Friday (8/31)

 

FIRE DRILL

During a fire drill, if you are in a class dismissed from the 1st or 2nd floor, your class will line up in the parking lot on the 14th street side, to the left of the stairs.

Classes dismissed from the 3rd floor will meet in the middle of the parking lot, and classes dismissed from the 4th floor will meet on the 15th street side of the parking lot. If you find yourself unsure of where to go during a fire drill, ask a teacher for help or go to the stone arch for assistance.

 

DRESS CODE

Please remember that you have the privilege of being able to wear what you want WITHIN REASON and with following some important rules. You are not permitted to wear:

·      Transparent, excessively tight or see through tops, bare midriffs, strapless tops, and outfits that provide minimum coverage or show cleavage, halters, backless dresses or tops, tube tops, muscle shirts, or any clothing exposing undergarments or excessive skin which may be distracting

PLEASE make good choices regarding your wardrobe from now on, or expect to be asked to correct your attire. If you cannot correct it, you may be sent home to do so.

 

BOOK BAGS

Students, please keep book bags in your lockers. You should not be carrying the book bags throughout the day. Book bags add to the crowdedness of the halls, and especially the stairways. Sometimes book bags accidentally brush against art or displays on the walls or on pedestals. You are issued lockers to keep your belongings in them. Please use your lockers. Thank you!

 

PRIVATE LESSONS

For those students wishing to take private lessons, please remember to turn in your completed registration paperwork to the Arts office on the 4th floor. If you do not have registration papers, please pick them up from the Arts office. The deadline for submitting the completed forms is September 7th. Lessons will begin the week of September 17.

 

LOST CALCULATOR

If you found a gray and navy colored graphing calculator, on the first floor, please turn that calculator in to Mrs. Jones, or Mr. Johnson in the first floor office as soon as possible. Thank you!

 

4TH ANNUAL FLYING PIG FEST

Do you like food?              Sure, we all do!

Do you like music?            Well, duh.

Do you like throwing a wet sponge in the face of your teacher?       Whaaa? That's a thing?

 

It is at this year's Flying Pig Arts Fest! Tickets are available on the TSA website or at the TSA Box Office. Tickets are: $35 for VIP (or $50 for 2 VIP), $10 for adults and $5 for students. Children under 5 get in free. The gate to the closed parking lot area opens at 3:45pm on Saturday September 8th. There will be food trucks, games, face painting, art vendors selling their cool stuff, a sidewalk chalk painting contest, and bands, Bands, BANDS!!

 

And, STUDENTS, get a load of this: if you get your family, neighbors, and friends to buy tickets and they give your name when they buy BEFORE Saturday the 8th, and those tickets total at least $50, you will be entered into a drawing and one lucky winner will get to go to dinner in a limo (YES, IN A LIMO!!!) with one friend and the staff member of their choice (and the staff members' significant other or friend). Yep - you get to go to a fancy dinner in a limo. So GO SELL TICKETS!!!


FRIDAY 08/24/18

INDIVIDUAL STUDENT MEETINGS

Mr. Sayger and Mr. Bader will be meeting with individual students in 10th, 11th, and 12th grades over the next week in the fourth floor office. You will receive an email with your scheduled meeting time. Please be sure to read your email closely so you do not miss your meeting. The schedule of meetings will be:

                Seniors - Friday (8/24) and Monday (8/27)

Juniors - Tuesday (8/28) and Wednesday (8/29)

Sophomores - Thursday (8/30) and Friday (8/31)

 

FIRE DRILL

During a fire drill, if you are in a class dismissed from the 1st or 2nd floor, your class will line up in the parking lot on the 14th street side, to the left of the stairs.

Classes dismissed from the 3rd floor will meet in the middle of the parking lot, and classes dismissed from the 4th floor will meet on the 15th street side of the parking lot. If you find yourself unsure of where to go during a fire drill, ask a teacher for help or go to the stone arch for assistance.

 

DRESS CODE

Please remember that you have the privilege of being able to wear what you want WITHIN REASON and with following some important rules. You are not permitted to wear:

·      Transparent, excessively tight or see through tops, bare midriffs, strapless tops, and outfits that provide minimum coverage or show cleavage, halters, backless dresses or tops, tube tops, muscle shirts, or any clothing exposing undergarments or excessive skin which may be distracting

PLEASE make good choices regarding your wardrobe from now on, or expect to be asked to correct your attire. If you cannot correct it, you may be sent home to do so.

 

BOOK BAGS

Students, please keep book bags in your lockers. You should not be carrying the book bags throughout the day. Book bags add to the crowdedness of the halls, and especially the stairways. Sometimes book bags accidentally brush against art or displays on the walls or on pedestals. You are issued lockers to keep your belongings in them. Please use your lockers. Thank you!

 

PRIVATE LESSONS

For those students wishing to take private lessons, please remember to turn in your completed registration paperwork to the Arts office on the 4th floor. If you do not have registration papers, please pick them up from the Arts office. The deadline for submitting the completed forms is September 7th. Lessons will begin the week of September 17.

 

LOST CALCULATOR

If you found a gray and navy colored graphing calculator, on the first floor, please turn that calculator in to Mrs. Jones, or Mr. Johnson in the first floor office as soon as possible. Thank you!

 

PUPPET CLUB

Do you have an interest in creative problem solving, making inanimate objects come to life, and combining visual and performing arts? Puppet club is the place for you! Open to 7-12th grade TSA students.  We meet twice a month on Fridays in room 402.  Our first meeting is this Friday AUG 24th 3:15-5:00pm in room 402.  Old and new puppeteers should come to learn about our first exciting collaboration!! Questions? Or interested but can't make the first meeting? Contact Mrs. Liz Hayes (Art) at ehayes@ts4arts.org

 

4TH ANNUAL FLYING PIG FEST

Do you like food?              Sure, we all do!

Do you like music?            Well, duh.

Do you like throwing a wet sponge in the face of your teacher?       Whaaa? That's a thing?

 

It is at this year's Flying Pig Arts Fest! Tickets are available on the TSA website or at the TSA Box Office. Tickets are: $35 for VIP (or $50 for 2 VIP), $10 for adults and $5 for students. Children under 5 get in free. The gate to the closed parking lot area opens at 3:45pm on Saturday September 8th. There will be food trucks, games, face painting, art vendors selling their cool stuff, a sidewalk chalk painting contest, and bands, Bands, BANDS!!

 

And, STUDENTS, get a load of this: if you get your family, neighbors, and friends to buy tickets and they give your name when they buy BEFORE Saturday the 8th, and those tickets total at least $50, you will be entered into a drawing and one lucky winner will get to go to dinner in a limo (YES, IN A LIMO!!!) with one friend and the staff member of their choice (and the staff members' significant other or friend). Yep - you get to go to a fancy dinner in a limo. So GO SELL TICKETS!!!


THURSDAY 08/23/18

 

INDIVIDUAL STUDENT MEETINGS

Mr. Sayger and Mr. Bader will be meeting with individual students in 10th, 11th, and 12th grades over the next week. You will receive an email with your scheduled meeting time. Please be sure to read your email closely so you do not miss your meeting. The schedule of meetings will be:

                Seniors - Friday (8/24) and Monday (8/27)

Juniors - Tuesday (8/28) and Wednesday (8/29)

Sophomores - Thursday (8/30) and Friday (8/31)

 

FIRE DRILL

During a fire drill, if you are in a class dismissed from the 1st or 2nd floor, your class will line up in the parking lot on the 14th St side, to the left of the stairs.

Classes dismissed from the 3rd floor will meet in the middle of the parking lot, and classes dismissed from the 4th floor will meet on the 15th St side of the parking lot. If you find yourself unsure of where to go during a fire drill, ask a teacher for help or go to the stone arch for assistance.

 

DRESS CODE

Please remember that you have the privilege of being able to wear what you want WITHIN REASON and with following some important rules. You are not permitted to wear:

·      Transparent, excessively tight or see through tops, bare midriffs, strapless tops, and outfits that provide minimum coverage or show cleavage, halters, backless dresses or tops, tube tops, muscle shirts, or any clothing exposing undergarments or excessive skin which may be distracting

PLEASE make good choices regarding your wardrobe from now on, or expect to be asked to correct your attire. If you cannot correct it, you may be sent home to do so.

 

BOOK BAGS

Students, please keep book bags in your lockers. You should not be carrying the book bags throughout the day. Book bags add to the crowdedness of the halls, and especially the stairways. Sometimes book bags accidentally brush against art or displays on the walls or on pedestals. You are issued lockers to keep your belongings in them. Please use your lockers. Thank you!

 

PRIVATE LESSONS

For those students wishing to take private lessons, please remember to turn in your completed registration paperwork to the Arts office on the 4th floor. If you do not have registration papers, please pick them up from the Arts office. The deadline for submitting the completed forms is September 7th. Lessons will begin the week of September 17.

 

LOST CALCULATOR

If you found a gray and navy colored graphing calculator, on the first floor this morning, please turn that calculator in to Mrs. Jones, or Mr. Johnson in the first floor office as soon as possible. Thank you!

 

PUPPET CLUB

Do you have an interest in creative problem solving, making inanimate objects come to life, and combining visual and performance arts? Puppet club is the place for you! Open to 7-12th grade TSA students.  We meet twice a month on Fridays in room 402.  Our first meeting is this Friday AUG 24th 3:15-5:00pm in room 402.  Old and new puppeteers should come to learn about our first exciting collaboration!! Questions? Or interested but can't make the first meeting? Contact Mrs. Liz Hayes (Art) at ehayes@ts4arts.org

 

4TH ANNUAL FLYING PIG FEST

Do you like food?              Sure, we all do!

Do you like music?            Well, duh.

Do you like throwing a wet sponge in the face of your teacher?       Whaaa? That's a thing?

 

It is at this year's Flying Pig Arts Fest! Tickets are available on the TSA website or at the TSA Box Office. Tickets are: $35 for VIP (or $50 for 2 VIP), $10 for adults and $5 for students. Children under 5 get in free. The gate to the closed parking lot area opens at 3:45pm on Saturday September 8th. There will be food trucks, games, face painting, art vendors selling their cool stuff, a sidewalk chalk painting contest, and bands, Bands, BANDS!!

 

And, STUDENTS, get a load of this: if you get your family, neighbors, and friends to buy tickets and they give your name when they buy BEFORE Saturday the 8th, and those tickets total at least $50, you will be entered into a drawing and one lucky winner will get to go to dinner in a limo (YES, IN A LIMO!!!) with one friend and the staff member of their choice (and the staff members' significant other or friend). Yep - you get to go to a fancy dinner in a limo. So GO SELL TICKETS!!!

 


WEDNESDAY 08/22/18

 

WELCOME BACK!

Welcome back students! We are so excited to have everyone back in the building for another great school year!

This is your daily announcement. You will receive these via email from Ms. Huss every day shortly after 3:00

Please be sure you read the announcements every day because they will always be changing and will contain very important information regarding upcoming performances, school club meetings and other school information.

 

DRESS CODE

Please remember that you have the privilege of being able to wear what you want WITHIN REASON and with following some important rules. You are not permitted to wear:

·          Transparent, excessively tight or see through tops, bare midriffs, strapless tops, and outfits that provide minimum coverage or show cleavage, halters, backless dresses or tops, tube tops, muscle shirts, or any clothing exposing undergarments or excessive skin which may be distracting

PLEASE make good choices regarding your wardrobe from now on, or expect to be asked to correct your attire. If you cannot correct it, you may be sent home to do so.

 

BOOK BAGS

Students, please keep book bags in your lockers. You should not be carrying the book bags throughout the day. Book bags add to the crowdedness of the halls, and especially the stairways. Sometimes book bags accidentally brush against art or displays on the walls or on pedestals. You are issued lockers to keep your belongings in them. Please use your lockers. Thank you!

 

PRIVATE LESSONS

For those students wishing to take private lessons, please remember to turn in your completed registration paperwork to the Arts office on the 4th floor. If you do not have registration papers, please pick them up from the Arts office. The deadline for submitting the completed forms is September 7th. Lessons will begin the week of September 17.

 

LOST CALCULATOR

If you found a gray and navy colored graphing calculator, on the first floor this morning, please turn that calculator in to Mrs. Jones, or Mr. Johnson in the first floor office as soon as possible. Thank you!

 

PUPPET CLUB

Do you have an interest in creative problem solving, making inanimate objects come to life, and combining visual and performance arts? Puppet club is the place for you! Open to 7-12th grade TSA students.  We meet twice a month on Fridays in room 402.  Our first meeting is this Friday AUG 24th 3:15-5:00pm in room 402.  Old and new puppeteers should come to learn about our first exciting collaboration!! Questions? Or interested but can't make the first meeting? Contact Mrs. Liz Hayes (Art) at ehayes@ts4arts.org

 

4TH ANNUAL FLYING PIG FEST

Do you like food?              Sure, we all do!

Do you like music?            Well, duh.

Do you like throwing a wet sponge in the face of your teacher?       Whaaa? That's a thing?

 

It is at this year's Flying Pig Arts Fest! Tickets are available on the TSA website or at the TSA Box Office. Tickets are: $35 for VIP (or $50 for 2 VIP), $10 for adults and $5 for students. Children under 5 get in free. The gate to the closed parking lot area opens at 3:45pm on Saturday September 8th. There will be food trucks, games, face painting, art vendors selling their cool stuff, a sidewalk chalk painting contest, and bands, Bands, BANDS!!

 

And, STUDENTS, get a load of this: if you get your family, neighbors, and friends to buy tickets and they give your name when they buy BEFORE Saturday the 8th, and those tickets total at least $50, you will be entered into a drawing and one lucky winner will get to go to dinner in a limo (YES, IN A LIMO!!!) with one friend and the staff member of their choice (and the staff members' significant other or friend). Yep - you get to go to a fancy dinner in a limo. So GO SELL TICKETS!!!


TUESDAY 08/21/18

 

WELCOME BACK!

Welcome back students! We are so excited to have everyone back in the building for another great school year!

This is your daily announcement. You will receive these via email from Ms. Huss every day shortly after 3:00

Please be sure you read the announcements every day because they will always be changing and will contain very important information regarding upcoming performances, school club meetings and other school information.

 

DRESS CODE

Please remember that you have the privilege of being able to wear what you want WITHIN REASON and with following some important rules. You are not permitted to wear:

·          Transparent, excessively tight or see through tops, bare midriffs, strapless tops, and outfits that provide minimum coverage or show cleavage, halters, backless dresses or tops, tube tops, muscle shirts, or any clothing exposing undergarments or excessive skin which may be distracting

PLEASE make good choices regarding your wardrobe from now on, or expect to be asked to correct your attire. If you cannot correct it, you may be sent home to do so.

 

BOOK BAGS

Students, please keep book bags in your lockers. You should not be carrying the book bags throughout the day. Book bags add to the crowdedness of the halls, and especially the stairways. Sometimes book bags accidentally brush against art or displays on the walls or on pedestals. You are issued lockers to keep your belongings in them. Please use your lockers. Thank you!

 

PRIVATE LESSONS

For those students wishing to take private lessons, please remember to turn in your completed registration paperwork to the Arts office on the 4th floor. If you do not have registration papers, please pick them up from the Arts office. The deadline for submitting the completed forms is September 7th. Lessons will begin the week of September 17.

 

LOST CALCULATOR

If you found a gray and navy colored graphing calculator, on the first floor this morning, please turn that calculator in to Mrs. Jones, or Mr. Johnson in the first floor office as soon as possible. Thank you!​


MONDAY 08/20/18

 

WELCOME BACK TSA!!

Welcome back students! We are so excited to have everyone back in the building for another great school year!

This is your daily announcement. You will receive these via email from Ms. Huss every day shortly after 3:00

Please be sure you read the announcements every day because they will always be changing and will contain very important information regarding upcoming performances, school club meetings and other school information.

 

DRESS CODE

Students, I (Ms. Ferguson) noticed many violations of the dress code today. Please remember that you have the privilege of being able to wear what you want WITHIN REASON and with following some important rules. You are not permitted to wear:

·          Transparent, excessively tight or see through tops, bare midriffs, strapless tops, and outfits that provide minimum coverage or show cleavage, halters, backless dresses or tops, tube tops, muscle shirts, or any clothing exposing undergarments or excessive skin which may be distracting

PLEASE make good choices regarding your wardrobe from now on, or expect to be asked to correct your attire. If you cannot correct it, you may be sent home to do so.

 

BOOK BAGS

Students, please keep book bags in your lockers. You should not be carrying the book bags throughout the day. Book bags add to the crowdedness of the halls, and especially the stairways. Sometimes book bags accidentally brush against art or displays on the walls or on pedestals. You are issued lockers to keep your belongings in them. Please use your lockers. Thank you!​​


THURSDAY 5/17/2018

 

AWARDS ASSEMBLY INFORMATION

All students received an email with information regarding tomorrows assembly. Please read the email carefully so that you will know where you are supposed to be. If you have any questions please ask!

 

EXAM WEEK INFORMATION

Exam week information and the final list of students who received an exam exemption will be emailed to all students tomorrow. Please read this entire email because it is very important. All students who exempt their 7th period exam will need to turn in their iPad, keyboard and lock into their 7th period teacher on Wednesday after they take their last exam.

 

Monday – May 21, 2018

Period 1 EXAM 8:05 AM ‐ 9:35 AM 

Period 2 EXAM 9:40AM ‐ 11:10 AM 

Tuesday - May 22, 2018

Period 3 EXAM 8:05 AM - 9:35 AM 

Period 4 EXAM 9:40 AM - 11:10 AM 

Wednesday - May 23, 2018 

Period 5 EXAM 8:05AM - 9:35 AM 

Period 6 EXAM 9:40 AM - 11:10 AM 

Thursday- May 24, 2018

Period 7 EXAM 8:05AM - 9:35 AM 

 

 

FROM THE FLYING PIG CAFÉ

Attention Students!  All outstanding charges on your lunch account are due THIS FRIDAY, which is the last day of lunch.  Please bring cash or a check to the registers in the Pig or to the first floor office.  Your parents may also make a payment online.  Thank you very much for taking care of any charge you owe!

 

KALEIDOSCOPE LOST & FOUND

A collection of items found at the Valentine after Kaleidoscope can be found in the first floor office. If you are missing something that you had with you during Kaleidoscope week, be sure to check for it this week.

 

OLD WEST END FESTIVAL VOLUNTEERS

Attention Parents, Guardians, and Families!

The Old West End Festival Committee is looking for Volunteers of ALL AGES for Old West End Festival! Please continue reading if you are interested and available! Please direct questions to owevolunteers@gmail.com

 

Old West End House Tours on Saturday, June 2 & Sunday, June 3

House tours function with the help of hundreds of Volunteers! Signing up is easy! June 2nd and 3rd will be this years’ annual Old West End Festival! Shifts are just over three hours, if you are having guests, they are welcome to act as a guide also, high school students who need community hours are welcome, stand up and sit down positions available, scripted parts, you can request a non-scripted part (take tickets at the door).

**There will be training before the event.

To sign up - http://signup.com/go/CzUYkde

 

Old West End Festival 5k on Sunday, June 3

The OWE 5k Stampede kicks off the third day of the festival weekend, Sunday morning. You start and finish this certified 5k race with the world famous Toledo Museum of Art as your backdrop. The run/walk has grown each year in popularity with the regional running community. The 5k winds its way through the historic tree-lined streets of Toledo’s Old West End.

Please sign up to help this race happen. We need people to stand at various corners along the route to help guide the runners/walkers.

To sign up - http://signup.com/go/iXDpMsM

 

KALEIDOSCOPE DVDS

If you would like a copy of the Kaleidoscope 2018 DVD, please pick up an order form in the 1st or 4th floor office and return the form and $20 by THIS FRIDAY! Cash or check made out to Randy Duvall, please. DVDs will be delivered to the school next week. Seniors, if you order a DVD we will get it to you at graduation at the latest. If you have any questions, see Ms. Ferguson.

 

6th GRADE ART

Attention 6th grade students who had art with Ms. Horvath 1st semester! Your artwork is now ready to pick up and take home! Please stop by room 403 AFTER SCHOOL by this Friday to pick up your work. Thanks!

 

RENY DANCERS

Attention Reny Dancers: Anyone who is enrolled in Reny's Intermediate 1, Intermediate 2 or Advanced classes for NEXT year, please see Reny this week! She has info that you need before you leave for summer!

 

NEED TO RELAX?

Join Prism tomorrow, 3:30-4:30 in room 313 for a little pre-exam relaxation and self-care! We'll have snacks, chill tunes, and a calming atmosphere to help ease you into final exams. All are welcome! Hope you can join us!

 

GALLERY RECEPTION

Did you have a poster in the Links My Future, My Vision poster contest? Would you like to support your classmates who did? You can attend a reception for the Poster Contest TODAY in the Porter Gallery from 6-8 pm. And you can also take the opportunity to visit all the downtown art galleries during Arts Commission of Greater Toledo ArtLoop, which runs from 5-9pm throughout downtown.

 

SUMMER JOB OPPORTUNITY

Looking for Summer Work? In the ARTS? We are still talking applications for summer arts teachers. Interested? Check for info in the 4th Floor Arts Office

 

SUMMER VOLUNTEER OPPORTUNITY

Glenwood Lutheran Church is looking for student volunteers this summer for The Giving Store. Their main needs would be on Wednesdays and Saturdays when the prepare stock and when the store is open. Sorting is done each Wednesday from 9 am - noon, except the 4th Wednesday of each month when the store is open to the public. The monthly openings are the 2nd Saturday of each month from 9:30am - 1:30pm, and the 4th Wednesday from 1:30pm - 4:30pm, except for the months of November and December.

Below are the times they would need student help:

May 12, Saturday, 4 students, 9am - 1:30pm for store opening

June 6, Wednesday, 4 students, 9am-noon, sorting/stocking

June 9, Saturday 4 students, 9am - 1:30pm for store opening

June 13, Wednesday, 4 students, 9am - noon, sorting/stocking

June 16, Saturday, Fill-a-Bag Event, 10am - 4pm

 

Student volunteers from St. John’s, St. Francis, and Central Catholic help when possible, as well as members of the Girl Scouts. The work is not heavy or dangerous, and usually lots of fun!

 

If you are interested, please contact Annelle Donaldson at 419-255-0886 or glenwoodlc@gmail.com.

Glenwood Lutheran Church is at 2545 Monroe St., immediately west of the Art Museum.


TUESDAY 5/15/2018

 

FROM THE FLYING PIG CAFÉ

Attention Students!  All outstanding charges on your lunch account are due THIS FRIDAY, which is the last day of lunch.  Please bring cash or a check to the registers in the Pig or to the first floor office.  Your parents may also make a payment online.  Thank you very much for taking care of any charge you owe!

 

KALEIDOSCOPE DVDS

If you would like a copy of the Kaleidoscope 2018 DVD, please pick up an order form in the 1st or 4th floor office and return the form and $20 by THIS FRIDAY! Cash or check made out to Randy Duvall, please. DVDs will be delivered to the school next week. Seniors, if you order a DVD we will get it to you at graduation at the latest. If you have any questions, see Ms. Ferguson.

 

6th GRADE ART

Attention 6th grade students who had art with Ms. Horvath 1st semester! Your artwork is now ready to pick up and take home! Please stop by room 403 AFTER SCHOOL by this Friday to pick up your work. Thanks!

 

RENY DANCERS

Attention Reny Dancers: Anyone who is enrolled in Reny's Intermediate 1, Intermediate 2 or Advanced classes for NEXT year, please see Reny this week! She has info that you need before you leave for summer!

 

NEED TO RELAX?

Join Prism on Friday May 18th, 3:30-4:30 in room 313 for a little pre-exam relaxation and self-care! We'll have snacks, chill tunes, and a calming atmosphere to help ease you into final exams. All are welcome! Hope you can join us!

 

GALLERY RECEPTION

Did you have a poster in the Links My Future, My Vision poster contest? Would you like to support your classmates who did? You can attend a reception for the Poster Contest this Thursday in the Porter Gallery from 6-8 pm. And you can also take the opportunity to visit all the downtown art galleries during Arts Commission of Greater Toledo ArtLoop, which runs from 5-9pm throughout downtown.

 

SUMMER JOB OPPORTUNITY

Looking for Summer Work? In the ARTS? We are still talking applications for summer arts teachers. Interested? Check for info in the 4th Floor Arts Office

 

SUMMER VOLUNTEER OPPORTUNITY

Glenwood Lutheran Church is looking for student volunteers this summer for The Giving Store. Their main needs would be on Wednesdays and Saturdays when the prepare stock and when the store is open. Sorting is done each Wednesday from 9 am - noon, except the 4th Wednesday of each month when the store is open to the public. The monthly openings are the 2nd Saturday of each month from 9:30am - 1:30pm, and the 4th Wednesday from 1:30pm - 4:30pm, except for the months of November and December.

Below are the times they would need student help:

May 12, Saturday, 4 students, 9am - 1:30pm for store opening

June 6, Wednesday, 4 students, 9am-noon, sorting/stocking

June 9, Saturday 4 students, 9am - 1:30pm for store opening

June 13, Wednesday, 4 students, 9am - noon, sorting/stocking

June 16, Saturday, Fill-a-Bag Event, 10am - 4pm

 

Student volunteers from St. John’s, St. Francis, and Central Catholic help when possible, as well as members of the Girl Scouts. The work is not heavy or dangerous, and usually lots of fun!

 

If you are interested, please contact Annelle Donaldson at 419-255-0886 or glenwoodlc@gmail.com.

Glenwood Lutheran Church is at 2545 Monroe St., immediately west of the Art Museum.

 

GOODS FOR GHANA

The Toledo Excel students from TSA are collecting a variety of items to give to school children in Ghana, Africa. There are several boxes located around the school and we are collecting these following items:  

Clothing:

•dresses/skirts •Dress pants/shirts •Jeans •Pants •Shorts •Shoes/socks (preferably new) •T-shirts  

Electronics:

•Earbuds/headphones •Watches  

School Supplies:

•Backpacks •Calculators •Pencils/Pens •Rulers

 

ORDER YOUR YEARBOOK

Have you ordered your yearbook yet?  It’s NOT too late.  Follow the correct link below and order your book today!  We do not order many extra, so be sure to get one today!! Books will be ready for you at schedule pick up in August, that way we don’t miss any of our amazing events.

 

$55 = High School (grades 9-12) - http://www.jostens.com/apps/store/customer/1351581/Toledo-School-for-the-Arts/

 

$45 = Middle School (grades 6-8) -http://www.jostens.com/apps/store/customer/1790836/Toledo-School-for-Arts-JHS/


MONDAY 5/14/2018

 

6th GRADE ART

Attention 6th grade students who had art with Ms. Horvath 1st semester! Your artwork is now ready to pick up and take home! Please stop by room 403 AFTER SCHOOL by this Friday to pick up your work. Thanks!

 

RENY DANCERS

Attention Reny Dancers: Anyone who is enrolled in Reny's Intermediate 1, Intermediate 2 or Advanced classes for NEXT year, please see Reny this week! She has info that you need before you leave for summer!

 

SUMMER VOLUNTEER OPPORTUNITY

Glenwood Lutheran Church is looking for student volunteers this summer for The Giving Store. Their main needs would be on Wednesdays and Saturdays when the prepare stock and when the store is open. Sorting is done each Wednesday from 9 am - noon, except the 4th Wednesday of each month when the store is open to the public. The monthly openings are the 2nd Saturday of each month from 9:30am - 1:30pm, and the 4th Wednesday from 1:30pm - 4:30pm, except for the months of November and December.

Below are the times they would need student help:

May 12, Saturday, 4 students, 9am - 1:30pm for store opening

June 6, Wednesday, 4 students, 9am-noon, sorting/stocking

June 9, Saturday 4 students, 9am - 1:30pm for store opening

June 13, Wednesday, 4 students, 9am - noon, sorting/stocking

June 16, Saturday, Fill-a-Bag Event, 10am - 4pm

 

Student volunteers from St. John’s, St. Francis, and Central Catholic help when possible, as well as members of the Girl Scouts. The work is not heavy or dangerous, and usually lots of fun!

 

If you are interested, please contact Annelle Donaldson at 419-255-0886 or glenwoodlc@gmail.com.

Glenwood Lutheran Church is at 2545 Monroe St., immediately west of the Art Museum.

 

GOODS FOR GHANA

The Toledo Excel students from TSA are collecting a variety of items to give to school children in Ghana, Africa. There are several boxes located around the school and we are collecting these following items:  

Clothing:

•dresses/skirts •Dress pants/shirts •Jeans •Pants •Shorts •Shoes/socks (preferably new) •T-shirts  

Electronics:

•Earbuds/headphones •Watches  

School Supplies:

•Backpacks •Calculators •Pencils/Pens •Rulers

 

ORDER YOUR YEARBOOK

Have you ordered your yearbook yet?  It’s NOT too late.  Follow the correct link below and order your book today!  We do not order many extra, so be sure to get one today!! Books will be ready for you at schedule pick up in August, that way we don’t miss any of our amazing events.

 

$55 = High School (grades 9-12) - http://www.jostens.com/apps/store/customer/1351581/Toledo-School-for-the-Arts/

 

$45 = Middle School (grades 6-8) -http://www.jostens.com/apps/store/customer/1790836/Toledo-School-for-Arts-JHS/


WEDNESDAY 5/9/2018

 

STUDY TABLES

There are NO study tables this week due to the special Kaleidoscope rehearsal schedule. Study tables will resume and normal next week.

 

KALEIDOSCOPE TECH WEEK SCHEDULE

All Students:

Monday, May 7: School in Session 8:05AM – 3:00PM (PM Activity schedule will allow for an extended period 7)

Tuesday, May 8: School in Session 8:05 AM – 11:15 AM (Students will attend periods 1, 2, & 3)

Wednesday, May 9: School in Session 8:05AM – 11:15 AM (Students will attend periods 4, 5, & 6)

Thursday, May 10: School NOT in Session

Friday, May 11: School-wide Field Trip to view/participate in Kaleidoscope dress rehearsal. Students report to TSA at 8:05AM and have an early dismissal from TSA at 1:00PM.

 

Kaleidoscope Participants:

Please see http://ts4arts.org/kaleidoscope/ or check with your studio teacher to confirm rehearsal days, times, and location. Some will be at the Valentine Theatre and some at TSA. Be sure to communicate with your parents/guardians/ transportation providers.

 

EXAM EXEMPTIONS

Exam Exemption forms are available now in the first floor office and in room 317.

All students received an email regarding exam exemption information. Please read everything carefully because no changes will be allowed after the form is turned in BY MAY 14th. You have been given an extra week to complete the form due to Kaleidoscope week. Late forms will NOT be accepted. If you have any questions regarding exam exemptions, please ask!

 

KALIEDOSCOPE BAG LUNCHES

If you would like a bag lunch to take on your way out of school on Kaleidoscope Friday's early release, you need to order one at the link below.  Any student who orders a lunch WILL be charged for that lunch!  (If you are on free or reduced lunch, it will be the same price as usual.)

 

https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSdvCr9P9Ot9mkP6s2X8n5OdpYeYjLmjLN0cAuKZ65asW8eO1Q/viewform?usp=sf_link

 

Orders MUST be in by Wednesday, May 9th.

 

 

SUMMER VOLUNTEER OPPORTUNITY

Glenwood Lutheran Church is looking for student volunteers this summer for The Giving Store. Their main needs would be on Wednesdays and Saturdays when the prepare stock and when the store is open. Sorting is done each Wednesday from 9 am - noon, except the 4th Wednesday of each month when the store is open to the public. The monthly openings are the 2nd Saturday of each month from 9:30am - 1:30pm, and the 4th Wednesday from 1:30pm - 4:30pm, except for the months of November and December.

Below are the times they would need student help:

May 12, Saturday, 4 students, 9am - 1:30pm for store opening

June 6, Wednesday, 4 students, 9am-noon, sorting/stocking

June 9, Saturday 4 students, 9am - 1:30pm for store opening

June 13, Wednesday, 4 students, 9am - noon, sorting/stocking

June 16, Saturday, Fill-a-Bag Event, 10am - 4pm

 

Student volunteers from St. John’s, St. Francis, and Central Catholic help when possible, as well as members of the Girl Scouts. The work is not heavy or dangerous, and usually lots of fun!

 

If you are interested, please contact Annelle Donaldson at 419-255-0886 or glenwoodlc@gmail.com.

Glenwood Lutheran Church is at 2545 Monroe St., immediately west of the Art Museum.

 

VOLUMES

The Creative Writing classes have compiled a selection of nearly 30 students' writing from throughout the year and published a printed edition of Volumes this year. We will be selling these books for $10 per copy. Please see Mr. Allred in room 333 for an order form. All proceeds from this sale will go to program development for the Creative Writing program.

 

LOOKING FOR A SUMMER JOB?

TSA is partnering with two local churches to offer arts programs to elementary age children this summer. We need teachers for Art, Dance, Music & Theatre.  The programs last from June 18 through July 25. A detailed schedule is available along with an application in the arts office. The pay is $10/hour and hours vary, so check out the schedule for more information. You must be at least 16 years old by June 2018. You will need a teacher recommendation in addition to filling out the application.

 

DANCE TEACHER NEEDED

The Ballroom Company is seeking a male Ballroom Dance teacher to work in the Maumee Ohio studio. Training is included with employment. If you think you might enjoy this very social and challenging form of partner dancing, and already have some dance experience, this might be for you! Check with Mr. Saygers for more details.

 

FALL MUSICAL AUDITIONS

TSA is proud to announce the fall musical, Catch Me if You Can. Auditions are May 14th after school in the choir room and callbacks are on May 16th. For auditions please come dressed for a dance audition and prepared to sing 16-32 bars of a pop/rock, contemporary song that will showcase your vocal ability, preferably from musical theatre. Please bring sheet music marked appropriately. Sign up for your audition slot on the 3rd floor callboard. These auditions are open to students who will be in grades 9-12 next year at TSA.

 

GOODS FOR GHANA

The Toledo Excel students from TSA are collecting a variety of items to give to school children in Ghana, Africa. There are several boxes located around the school and we are collecting these following items:  

Clothing:

•dresses/skirts •Dress pants/shirts •Jeans •Pants •Shorts •Shoes/socks (preferably new) •T-shirts  

Electronics:

•Earbuds/headphones •Watches  

School Supplies:

•Backpacks •Calculators •Pencils/Pens •Rulers

 

ORDER YOUR YEARBOOK

Have you ordered your yearbook yet?  It’s NOT too late.  Follow the correct link below and order your book today!  We do not order many extra, so be sure to get one today!! Books will be ready for you at schedule pick up in August, that way we don’t miss any of our amazing events.

 

$55 = High School (grades 9-12) - http://www.jostens.com/apps/store/customer/1351581/Toledo-School-for-the-Arts/

 

$45 = Middle School (grades 6-8) -http://www.jostens.com/apps/store/customer/1790836/Toledo-School-for-Arts-JHS/


MONDAY 5/7/2018

 

STUDY TABLES

There are NO study tables this week due to the special Kaleidoscope rehearsal schedule. Study tables will resume and normal next week.

 

KALEIDOSCOPE TECH WEEK SCHEDULE

All Students:

Monday, May 7: School in Session 8:05AM – 3:00PM (PM Activity schedule will allow for an extended period 7)

Tuesday, May 8: School in Session 8:05 AM – 11:15 AM (Students will attend periods 1, 2, & 3)

Wednesday, May 9: School in Session 8:05AM – 11:15 AM (Students will attend periods 4, 5, & 6)

Thursday, May 10: School NOT in Session

Friday, May 11: School-wide Field Trip to view/participate in Kaleidoscope dress rehearsal. Students report to TSA at 8:05AM and have an early dismissal from TSA at 1:00PM.

 

Kaleidoscope Participants:

Please see http://ts4arts.org/kaleidoscope/ or check with your studio teacher to confirm rehearsal days, times, and location. Some will be at the Valentine Theatre and some at TSA. Be sure to communicate with your parents/guardians/ transportation providers.

 

EXAM EXEMPTIONS

Exam Exemption forms are available now in the first floor office and in room 317.

All students received an email regarding exam exemption information. Please read everything carefully because no changes will be allowed after the form is turned in BY MAY 14th. You have been given an extra week to complete the form due to Kaleidoscope week. Late forms will NOT be accepted. If you have any questions regarding exam exemptions, please ask!

 

KALIEDOSCOPE BAG LUNCHES

If you would like a bag lunch to take on your way out of school on Kaleidoscope Friday's early release, you need to order one at the link below.  Any student who orders a lunch WILL be charged for that lunch!  (If you are on free or reduced lunch, it will be the same price as usual.)

 

https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSdvCr9P9Ot9mkP6s2X8n5OdpYeYjLmjLN0cAuKZ65asW8eO1Q/viewform?usp=sf_link

 

Orders MUST be in by Wednesday, May 9th.

 

 

SUMMER VOLUNTEER OPPORTUNITY

Glenwood Lutheran Church is looking for student volunteers this summer for The Giving Store. Their main needs would be on Wednesdays and Saturdays when the prepare stock and when the store is open. Sorting is done each Wednesday from 9 am - noon, except the 4th Wednesday of each month when the store is open to the public. The monthly openings are the 2nd Saturday of each month from 9:30am - 1:30pm, and the 4th Wednesday from 1:30pm - 4:30pm, except for the months of November and December.

Below are the times they would need student help:

May 12, Saturday, 4 students, 9am - 1:30pm for store opening

June 6, Wednesday, 4 students, 9am-noon, sorting/stocking

June 9, Saturday 4 students, 9am - 1:30pm for store opening

June 13, Wednesday, 4 students, 9am - noon, sorting/stocking

June 16, Saturday, Fill-a-Bag Event, 10am - 4pm

 

Student volunteers from St. John’s, St. Francis, and Central Catholic help when possible, as well as members of the Girl Scouts. The work is not heavy or dangerous, and usually lots of fun!

 

If you are interested, please contact Annelle Donaldson at 419-255-0886 or glenwoodlc@gmail.com.

Glenwood Lutheran Church is at 2545 Monroe St., immediately west of the Art Museum.

 

VOLUMES

The Creative Writing classes have compiled a selection of nearly 30 students' writing from throughout the year and published a printed edition of Volumes this year. We will be selling these books for $10 per copy. Please see Mr. Allred in room 333 for an order form. All proceeds from this sale will go to program development for the Creative Writing program.

 

LOOKING FOR A SUMMER JOB?

TSA is partnering with two local churches to offer arts programs to elementary age children this summer. We need teachers for Art, Dance, Music & Theatre.  The programs last from June 18 through July 25. A detailed schedule is available along with an application in the arts office. The pay is $10/hour and hours vary, so check out the schedule for more information. You must be at least 16 years old by June 2018. You will need a teacher recommendation in addition to filling out the application.

 

DANCE TEACHER NEEDED

The Ballroom Company is seeking a male Ballroom Dance teacher to work in the Maumee Ohio studio. Training is included with employment. If you think you might enjoy this very social and challenging form of partner dancing, and already have some dance experience, this might be for you! Check with Mr. Saygers for more details.

 

FALL MUSICAL AUDITIONS

TSA is proud to announce the fall musical, Catch Me if You Can. Auditions are May 14th after school in the choir room and callbacks are on May 16th. For auditions please come dressed for a dance audition and prepared to sing 16-32 bars of a pop/rock, contemporary song that will showcase your vocal ability, preferably from musical theatre. Please bring sheet music marked appropriately. Sign up for your audition slot on the 3rd floor callboard. These auditions are open to students who will be in grades 9-12 next year at TSA.

 

GOODS FOR GHANA

The Toledo Excel students from TSA are collecting a variety of items to give to school children in Ghana, Africa. There are several boxes located around the school and we are collecting these following items:  

Clothing:

•dresses/skirts •Dress pants/shirts •Jeans •Pants •Shorts •Shoes/socks (preferably new) •T-shirts  

Electronics:

•Earbuds/headphones •Watches  

School Supplies:

•Backpacks •Calculators •Pencils/Pens •Rulers

 

ORDER YOUR YEARBOOK

Have you ordered your yearbook yet?  It’s NOT too late.  Follow the correct link below and order your book today!  We do not order many extra, so be sure to get one today!! Books will be ready for you at schedule pick up in August, that way we don’t miss any of our amazing events.

 

$55 = High School (grades 9-12) - http://www.jostens.com/apps/store/customer/1351581/Toledo-School-for-the-Arts/

 

$45 = Middle School (grades 6-8) -http://www.jostens.com/apps/store/customer/1790836/Toledo-School-for-Arts-JHS/

 


FRIDAY 5/4/2018

 

KALEIDOSCOPE TECH WEEK SCHEDULE

All Students:

Monday, May 7: School in Session 8:05AM – 3:00PM (PM Activity schedule will allow for an extended period 7)

Tuesday, May 8: School in Session 8:05 AM – 11:15 AM (Students will attend periods 1, 2, & 3)

Wednesday, May 9: School in Session 8:05AM – 11:15 AM (Students will attend periods 4, 5, & 6)

Thursday, May 10: School NOT in Session

Friday, May 11: School-wide Field Trip to view/participate in Kaleidoscope dress rehearsal. Students report to TSA at 8:05AM and have an early dismissal from TSA at 1:00PM.

 

Kaleidoscope Participants:

Please see http://ts4arts.org/kaleidoscope/ or check with your studio teacher to confirm rehearsal days, times, and location. Some will be at the Valentine Theatre and some at TSA. Be sure to communicate with your parents/guardians/ transportation providers.

 

EXAM EXEMPTIONS

Exam Exemption forms are available now in the first floor office and in room 317.

All students received an email regarding exam exemption information. Please read everything carefully because no changes will be allowed after the form is turned in BY MAY 14th. You have been given an extra week to complete the form due to Kaleidoscope week. Late forms will NOT be accepted. If you have any questions regarding exam exemptions, please ask!

 

KALIEDOSCOPE BAG LUNCHES

If you would like a bag lunch to take on your way out of school on Kaleidoscope Friday's early release, you need to order one at the link below.  Any student who orders a lunch WILL be charged for that lunch!  (If you are on free or reduced lunch, it will be the same price as usual.)

 

https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSdvCr9P9Ot9mkP6s2X8n5OdpYeYjLmjLN0cAuKZ65asW8eO1Q/viewform?usp=sf_link

 

Orders MUST be in by Wednesday, May 9th.

 

CREDIT REINSTATEMENT

Students, please read your student handbook in regards to credit reinstatement. If you have over 12 unexcused absences in any class period you will not be able to petition for credit reinstatement after Friday May 4th.  This means you will lose credit for that class. If you have any questions regarding credit loss or attendance please contact the high school office (room 317).

 

SUMMER VOLUNTEER OPPORTUNITY

Glenwood Lutheran Church is looking for student volunteers this summer for The Giving Store. Their main needs would be on Wednesdays and Saturdays when the prepare stock and when the store is open. Sorting is done each Wednesday from 9 am - noon, except the 4th Wednesday of each month when the store is open to the public. The monthly openings are the 2nd Saturday of each month from 9:30am - 1:30pm, and the 4th Wednesday from 1:30pm - 4:30pm, except for the months of November and December.

Below are the times they would need student help:

May 12, Saturday, 4 students, 9am - 1:30pm for store opening

June 6, Wednesday, 4 students, 9am-noon, sorting/stocking

June 9, Saturday 4 students, 9am - 1:30pm for store opening

June 13, Wednesday, 4 students, 9am - noon, sorting/stocking

June 16, Saturday, Fill-a-Bag Event, 10am - 4pm

 

Student volunteers from St. John’s, St. Francis, and Central Catholic help when possible, as well as members of the Girl Scouts. The work is not heavy or dangerous, and usually lots of fun!

 

If you are interested, please contact Annelle Donaldson at 419-255-0886 or glenwoodlc@gmail.com.

Glenwood Lutheran Church is at 2545 Monroe St., immediately west of the Art Museum.

 

VOLUMES

The Creative Writing classes have compiled a selection of nearly 30 students' writing from throughout the year and published a printed edition of Volumes this year. We will be selling these books for $10 per copy. Please see Mr. Allred in room 333 for an order form. All proceeds from this sale will go to program development for the Creative Writing program.

 

LOOKING FOR A SUMMER JOB?

TSA is partnering with two local churches to offer arts programs to elementary age children this summer. We need teachers for Art, Dance, Music & Theatre.  The programs last from June 18 through July 25. A detailed schedule is available along with an application in the arts office. The pay is $10/hour and hours vary, so check out the schedule for more information. You must be at least 16 years old by June 2018. You will need a teacher recommendation in addition to filling out the application.

 

DANCE TEACHER NEEDED

The Ballroom Company is seeking a male Ballroom Dance teacher to work in the Maumee Ohio studio. Training is included with employment. If you think you might enjoy this very social and challenging form of partner dancing, and already have some dance experience, this might be for you! Check with Mr. Saygers for more details.

 

FALL MUSICAL AUDITIONS

TSA is proud to announce the fall musical, Catch Me if You Can. Auditions are May 14th after school in the choir room and callbacks are on May 16th. For auditions please come dressed for a dance audition and prepared to sing 16-32 bars of a pop/rock, contemporary song that will showcase your vocal ability, preferably from musical theatre. Please bring sheet music marked appropriately. Sign up for your audition slot on the 3rd floor callboard. These auditions are open to students who will be in grades 9-12 next year at TSA.

 

GOODS FOR GHANA

The Toledo Excel students from TSA are collecting a variety of items to give to school children in Ghana, Africa. There are several boxes located around the school and we are collecting these following items:  

Clothing:

•dresses/skirts •Dress pants/shirts •Jeans •Pants •Shorts •Shoes/socks (preferably new) •T-shirts  

Electronics:

•Earbuds/headphones •Watches  

School Supplies:

•Backpacks •Calculators •Pencils/Pens •Rulers

 

ORDER YOUR YEARBOOK

Have you ordered your yearbook yet?  It’s NOT too late.  Follow the correct link below and order your book today!  We do not order many extra, so be sure to get one today!! Books will be ready for you at schedule pick up in August, that way we don’t miss any of our amazing events.

 

$55 = High School (grades 9-12) - http://www.jostens.com/apps/store/customer/1351581/Toledo-School-for-the-Arts/

 

$45 = Middle School (grades 6-8) -http://www.jostens.com/apps/store/customer/1790836/Toledo-School-for-Arts-JHS/

 


THURSDAY 5/3/2018

 

EXAM EXEMPTIONS

Exam Exemption forms are available now in the first floor office and in room 317.

All students received an email regarding exam exemption information. Please read everything carefully because no changes will be allowed after the form is turned in BY MAY 14th. You have been given an extra week to complete the form due to Kaleidoscope week. Late forms will NOT be accepted. If you have any questions regarding exam exemptions, please ask!

 

CREDIT REINSTATEMENT

Students, please read your student handbook in regards to credit reinstatement. If you have over 12 unexcused absences in any class period you will not be able to petition for credit reinstatement after Friday May 4th.  This means you will lose credit for that class. If you have any questions regarding credit loss or attendance please contact the high school office (room 317).

ALBUM RELEASE PARTY

Come support our very own Isabella Weik at her release party tomorrow at 3:30pm at Black Kite! The album was created for Mr Welenc’s Music Seminar Class.

 

STUDENT COUNCIL ELECTIONS!!

Student Council elections will occur next week! For more information, including the application, add yourself to the course VKK5W-45NPJ . Note that it is a COURSE, not a group. Applications and petitions due TOMORROW Questions: see Johnson or Leatherwood.

 

SENIOR SHOWCASE

The Senior Showcase is tonight at 7:00pm in the Attic Theater! Come see the Seniors perform for one of the very last times as a TSA student. Tickets are $3 and are available online or through the TSA box office. You don’t want to miss this show!

 

VOLUMES

The Creative Writing classes have compiled a selection of nearly 30 students' writing from throughout the year and published a printed edition of Volumes this year. We will be selling these books for $10 per copy. Please see Mr. Allred in room 333 for an order form. All proceeds from this sale will go to program development for the Creative Writing program.

 

LOOKING FOR A SUMMER JOB?

TSA is partnering with two local churches to offer arts programs to elementary age children this summer. We need teachers for Art, Dance, Music & Theatre.  The programs last from June 18 through July 25. A detailed schedule is available along with an application in the arts office. The pay is $10/hour and hours vary, so check out the schedule for more information. You must be at least 16 years old by June 2018. You will need a teacher recommendation in addition to filling out the application.

 

DANCE TEACHER NEEDED

The Ballroom Company is seeking a male Ballroom Dance teacher to work in the Maumee Ohio studio. Training is included with employment. If you think you might enjoy this very social and challenging form of partner dancing, and already have some dance experience, this might be for you! Check with Mr. Saygers for more details.

 

FALL MUSICAL AUDITIONS

TSA is proud to announce the fall musical, Catch Me if You Can. Auditions are May 14th after school in the choir room and callbacks are on May 16th. For auditions please come dressed for a dance audition and prepared to sing 16-32 bars of a pop/rock, contemporary song that will showcase your vocal ability, preferably from musical theatre. Please bring sheet music marked appropriately. Sign up for your audition slot on the 3rd floor callboard. These auditions are open to students who will be in grades 9-12 next year at TSA.

 

GOODS FOR GHANA

The Toledo Excel students from TSA are collecting a variety of items to give to school children in Ghana, Africa. There are several boxes located around the school and we are collecting these following items:  

Clothing:

•dresses/skirts •Dress pants/shirts •Jeans •Pants •Shorts •Shoes/socks (preferably new) •T-shirts  

Electronics:

•Earbuds/headphones •Watches  

School Supplies:

•Backpacks •Calculators •Pencils/Pens •Rulers

 

ORDER YOUR YEARBOOK

Have you ordered your yearbook yet?  It’s NOT too late.  Follow the correct link below and order your book today!  We do not order many extra, so be sure to get one today!! Books will be ready for you at schedule pick up in August, that way we don’t miss any of our amazing events.

 

$55 = High School (grades 9-12) - http://www.jostens.com/apps/store/customer/1351581/Toledo-School-for-the-Arts/

 

$45 = Middle School (grades 6-8) -http://www.jostens.com/apps/store/customer/1790836/Toledo-School-for-Arts-JHS/


WEDNESDAY 5/2/2018

 

EXAM EXEMPTIONS

Exam Exemption forms are available now in the first floor office and in room 317.

All students received an email regarding exam exemption information. Please read everything carefully because no changes will be allowed after the form is turned in BY MAY 14th. You have been given an extra week to complete the form due to Kaleidoscope week. Late forms will NOT be accepted. If you have any questions regarding exam exemptions, please ask!

 

CREDIT REINSTATEMENT

Students, please read your student handbook in regards to credit reinstatement. If you have over 12 unexcused absences in any class period you will not be able to petition for credit reinstatement after Friday May 4th.  This means you will lose credit for that class. If you have any questions regarding credit loss or attendance please contact the high school office (room 317).

 

STUDENT COUNCIL ELECTIONS!!

Student Council elections will occur next week! For more information, including the application, add yourself to the course VKK5W-45NPJ . Note that it is a COURSE, not a group. Applications and petitions due THIS FRIDAY! Questions: see Johnson or Leatherwood.

 

CHESS CLUB

There will be NO Chess Club this week.

 

BEGINNING ENSEMBLES

Come see the Beginning Ensembles perform tomorrow night at 7:00pm in the Attic Theater! Tickets are available online or through the TSA box office. $6 for Adults and $4 for Students & Seniors.

 

SENIOR SHOWCASE

The Senior Showcase is this Thursday, May 3rd at 7:00pm in the Attic Theater! Come see the Seniors perform for one of the very last times as a TSA student. Tickets are $3 and are available online or through the TSA box office. You don’t want to miss this show!

 

VOLUMES

The Creative Writing classes have compiled a selection of nearly 30 students' writing from throughout the year and published a printed edition of Volumes this year. We will be selling these books for $10 per copy. Please see Mr. Allred in room 333 for an order form. All proceeds from this sale will go to program development for the Creative Writing program.

 

LOOKING FOR A SUMMER JOB?

TSA is partnering with two local churches to offer arts programs to elementary age children this summer. We need teachers for Art, Dance, Music & Theatre.  The programs last from June 18 through July 25. A detailed schedule is available along with an application in the arts office. The pay is $10/hour and hours vary, so check out the schedule for more information. You must be at least 16 years old by June 2018. You will need a teacher recommendation in addition to filling out the application.

 

DANCE TEACHER NEEDED

The Ballroom Company is seeking a male Ballroom Dance teacher to work in the Maumee Ohio studio. Training is included with employment. If you think you might enjoy this very social and challenging form of partner dancing, and already have some dance experience, this might be for you! Check with Mr. Saygers for more details.

 

FALL MUSICAL AUDITIONS

TSA is proud to announce the fall musical, Catch Me if You Can. Auditions are May 14th after school in the choir room and callbacks are on May 16th. For auditions please come dressed for a dance audition and prepared to sing 16-32 bars of a pop/rock, contemporary song that will showcase your vocal ability, preferably from musical theatre. Please bring sheet music marked appropriately. Sign up for your audition slot on the 3rd floor callboard. These auditions are open to students who will be in grades 9-12 next year at TSA.

 

GOODS FOR GHANA

The Toledo Excel students from TSA are collecting a variety of items to give to school children in Ghana, Africa. There are several boxes located around the school and we are collecting these following items:  

Clothing:

•dresses/skirts •Dress pants/shirts •Jeans •Pants •Shorts •Shoes/socks (preferably new) •T-shirts  

Electronics:

•Earbuds/headphones •Watches  

School Supplies:

•Backpacks •Calculators •Pencils/Pens •Rulers

 

ORDER YOUR YEARBOOK

Have you ordered your yearbook yet?  It’s NOT too late.  Follow the correct link below and order your book today!  We do not order many extra, so be sure to get one today!! Books will be ready for you at schedule pick up in August, that way we don’t miss any of our amazing events.

 

$55 = High School (grades 9-12) - http://www.jostens.com/apps/store/customer/1351581/Toledo-School-for-the-Arts/

 

$45 = Middle School (grades 6-8) -http://www.jostens.com/apps/store/customer/1790836/Toledo-School-for-Arts-JHS/

 


TUESDAY 5/1/2018

 

EXAM EXEMPTIONS

Exam Exemption forms are available now in the first floor office and in room 317.

All students received an email regarding exam exemption information. Please read everything carefully because no changes will be allowed after the form is turned in BY MAY 14th. You have been given an extra week to complete the form due to Kaleidoscope week. Late forms will NOT be accepted. If you have any questions regarding exam exemptions, please ask!

 

CREDIT REINSTATEMENT

Students, please read your student handbook in regards to credit reinstatement. If you have over 12 unexcused absences in any class period you will not be able to petition for credit reinstatement after Friday May 3.  This means you will lose credit for that class. If you have any questions regarding credit loss or attendance please contact the high school office (room 317).

 

STUDENT COUNCIL ELECTIONS!!

Student Council elections will occur next week! For more information, including the application, add yourself to the course VKK5W-45NPJ . Note that it is a COURSE, not a group. Applications and petitions due THIS FRIDAY! Questions: see Johnson or Leatherwood.

 

CHESS CLUB

There will be NO Chess Club this week.

 

BEGINNING ENSEMBLES

Come see the Beginning Ensembles perform tomorrow night at 7:00pm in the Attic Theater! Tickets are available online or through the TSA box office. $6 for Adults and $4 for Students & Seniors.

 

SENIOR SHOWCASE

The Senior Showcase is this Thursday, May 3rd at 7:00pm in the Attic Theater! Come see the Seniors perform for one of the very last times as a TSA student. Tickets are $3 and are available online or through the TSA box office. You don’t want to miss this show!

 

VOLUMES

The Creative Writing classes have compiled a selection of nearly 30 students' writing from throughout the year and published a printed edition of Volumes this year. We will be selling these books for $10 per copy. Please see Mr. Allred in room 333 for an order form. All proceeds from this sale will go to program development for the Creative Writing program.

 

LOOKING FOR A SUMMER JOB?

TSA is partnering with two local churches to offer arts programs to elementary age children this summer. We need teachers for Art, Dance, Music & Theatre.  The programs last from June 18 through July 25. A detailed schedule is available along with an application in the arts office. The pay is $10/hour and hours vary, so check out the schedule for more information. You must be at least 16 years old by June 2018. You will need a teacher recommendation in addition to filling out the application.

 

DANCE TEACHER NEEDED

The Ballroom Company is seeking a male Ballroom Dance teacher to work in the Maumee Ohio studio. Training is included with employment. If you think you might enjoy this very social and challenging form of partner dancing, and already have some dance experience, this might be for you! Check with Mr. Saygers for more details.

 

FALL MUSICAL AUDITIONS

TSA is proud to announce the fall musical, Catch Me if You Can. Auditions are May 14th after school in the choir room and callbacks are on May 16th. For auditions please come dressed for a dance audition and prepared to sing 16-32 bars of a pop/rock, contemporary song that will showcase your vocal ability, preferably from musical theatre. Please bring sheet music marked appropriately. Sign up for your audition slot on the 3rd floor callboard. These auditions are open to students who will be in grades 9-12 next year at TSA.

 

GOODS FOR GHANA

The Toledo Excel students from TSA are collecting a variety of items to give to school children in Ghana, Africa. There are several boxes located around the school and we are collecting these following items:  

Clothing:

•dresses/skirts •Dress pants/shirts •Jeans •Pants •Shorts •Shoes/socks (preferably new) •T-shirts  

Electronics:

•Earbuds/headphones •Watches  

School Supplies:

•Backpacks •Calculators •Pencils/Pens •Rulers

 

THE GRAFFITI PROJECT

Are you excited for The Graffiti Project? Tickets are on sale now through the TSA Box office or on the school website! Come see the Graffiti Project tonight at 7:00pm at the Owens Community College Center for Fine and Performing Arts. You don’t want to miss it!!

 

ORDER YOUR YEARBOOK

Have you ordered your yearbook yet?  It’s NOT too late.  Follow the correct link below and order your book today!  We do not order many extra, so be sure to get one today!! Books will be ready for you at schedule pick up in August, that way we don’t miss any of our amazing events.

 

$55 = High School (grades 9-12) - http://www.jostens.com/apps/store/customer/1351581/Toledo-School-for-the-Arts/

 

$45 = Middle School (grades 6-8) -http://www.jostens.com/apps/store/customer/1790836/Toledo-School-for-Arts-JHS/


MONDAY 4/30/2018

 

EXAM EXEMPTIONS

Exam Exemption forms are available now in the first floor office and in room 317.

All students received an email regarding exam exemption information. Please read everything carefully because no changes will be allowed after the form is turned in BY MAY 14th. You have been given an extra week to complete the form due to Kaleidoscope week. Late forms will NOT be accepted. If you have any questions regarding exam exemptions, please ask!

 

STUDENT COUNCIL ELECTIONS!!

Student Council elections will occur next week! For more information, including the application, add yourself to the course VKK5W-45NPJ . Note that it is a COURSE, not a group. Applications and petitions due THIS FRIDAY! Questions: see Johnson or Leatherwood.

 

CHESS CLUB

There will be NO Chess Club this week.

 

LOOKING FOR A SUMMER JOB?

TSA is partnering with two local churches to offer arts programs to elementary age children this summer. We need teachers for Art, Dance, Music & Theatre.  The programs last from June 18 through July 25. A detailed schedule is available along with an application in the arts office. The pay is $10/hour and hours vary, so check out the schedule for more information. You must be at least 16 years old by June 2018. You will need a teacher recommendation in addition to filling out the application.

 

DANCE TEACHER NEEDED

The Ballroom Company is seeking a male Ballroom Dance teacher to work in the Maumee Ohio studio. Training is included with employment. If you think you might enjoy this very social and challenging form of partner dancing, and already have some dance experience, this might be for you! Check with Mr. Saygers for more details.

 

FALL MUSICAL AUDITIONS

TSA is proud to announce the fall musical, Catch Me if You Can. Auditions are May 14th after school in the choir room and callbacks are on May 16th. For auditions please come dressed for a dance audition and prepared to sing 16-32 bars of a pop/rock, contemporary song that will showcase your vocal ability, preferably from musical theatre. Please bring sheet music marked appropriately. Sign up for your audition slot on the 3rd floor callboard. These auditions are open to students who will be in grades 9-12 next year at TSA.

 

GOODS FOR GHANA

The Toledo Excel students from TSA are collecting a variety of items to give to school children in Ghana, Africa. There are several boxes located around the school and we are collecting these following items:  

Clothing:

•dresses/skirts •Dress pants/shirts •Jeans •Pants •Shorts •Shoes/socks (preferably new) •T-shirts  

Electronics:

•Earbuds/headphones •Watches  

School Supplies:

•Backpacks •Calculators •Pencils/Pens •Rulers

 

FROM THE FLYING PIG CAFÉ

Attention Students- Friday April 27th (that's this Friday!) is the LAST day that you will be able to charge anything for breakfast or lunch. On Monday April 30th you must have either money on your account, a check or cash to purchase any meals or ala carte items.  Students on free or reduced meals will still be able to get their breakfast or lunch but won't be able to charge extras.  Thank you!

 

THE GRAFFITI PROJECT

Are you excited for The Graffiti Project? Tickets are on sale now through the TSA Box office or on the school website! Come see the Graffiti Project on Tuesday, May 1st at 7:00pm at the Owens Community College Center for Fine and Performing Arts. You don’t want to miss it!!

 

GUITARFEST

The 11th annual GuitarFest is Saturday, April 28th at TSA. There will be guest artists, vendors, masterclasses and performances. There will be lots of activities for guitar players of all levels. Tickets are available online or through the box office, $20 for adults and $15 for students.

 

ORDER YOUR YEARBOOK

Have you ordered your yearbook yet?  It’s NOT too late.  Follow the correct link below and order your book today!  We do not order many extra, so be sure to get one today!! Books will be ready for you at schedule pick up in August, that way we don’t miss any of our amazing events.

 

$55 = High School (grades 9-12) - http://www.jostens.com/apps/store/customer/1351581/Toledo-School-for-the-Arts/

 

$45 = Middle School (grades 6-8) -http://www.jostens.com/apps/store/customer/1790836/Toledo-School-for-Arts-JHS/

 


FRIDAY 4/27/2018

 

EXAM EXEMPTIONS

Exam Exemption forms are available now in the first floor office and in room 317.

All students received an email regarding exam exemption information. Please read everything carefully because no changes will be allowed after the form is turned in BY MAY 14th. You have been given an extra week to complete the form due to Kaleidoscope week. Late forms will NOT be accepted. If you have any questions regarding exam exemptions, please ask!

 

LOOKING FOR A SUMMER JOB?

TSA is partnering with two local churches to offer arts programs to elementary age children this summer. We need teachers for Art, Dance, Music & Theatre.  The programs last from June 18 through July 25. A detailed schedule is available along with an application in the arts office. The pay is $10/hour and hours vary, so check out the schedule for more information. You must be at least 16 years old by June 2018. You will need a teacher recommendation in addition to filling out the application. Applications will be available by Friday this week.

 

DANCE TEACHER NEEDED

The Ballroom Company is seeking a male Ballroom Dance teacher to work in the Maumee Ohio studio. Training is included with employment. If you think you might enjoy this very social and challenging form of partner dancing, and already have some dance experience, this might be for you! Check with Mr. Saygers for more details.

 

FALL MUSICAL AUDITIONS

TSA is proud to announce the fall musical, Catch Me if You Can. Auditions are May 14th after school in the choir room and callbacks are on May 16th. For auditions please come dressed for a dance audition and prepared to sing 16-32 bars of a pop/rock, contemporary song that will showcase your vocal ability, preferably from musical theatre. Please bring sheet music marked appropriately. Sign up for your audition slot on the 3rd floor callboard. These auditions are open to students who will be in grades 9-12 next year at TSA.

 

GOODS FOR GHANA

The Toledo Excel students from TSA are collecting a variety of items to give to school children in Ghana, Africa. There are several boxes located around the school and we are collecting these following items:  

Clothing:

•dresses/skirts •Dress pants/shirts •Jeans •Pants •Shorts •Shoes/socks (preferably new) •T-shirts  

Electronics:

•Earbuds/headphones •Watches  

School Supplies:

•Backpacks •Calculators •Pencils/Pens •Rulers

 

FROM THE FLYING PIG CAFÉ

Attention Students- Friday April 27th (that's this Friday!) is the LAST day that you will be able to charge anything for breakfast or lunch. On Monday April 30th you must have either money on your account, a check or cash to purchase any meals or ala carte items.  Students on free or reduced meals will still be able to get their breakfast or lunch but won't be able to charge extras.  Thank you!

 

THE GRAFFITI PROJECT

Are you excited for The Graffiti Project? Tickets are on sale now through the TSA Box office or on the school website! Come see the Graffiti Project on Tuesday, May 1st at 7:00pm at the Owens Community College Center for Fine and Performing Arts. You don’t want to miss it!!

 

GUITARFEST

The 11th annual GuitarFest is Saturday, April 28th at TSA. There will be guest artists, vendors, masterclasses and performances. There will be lots of activities for guitar players of all levels. Tickets are available online or through the box office, $20 for adults and $15 for students.

 

ORDER YOUR YEARBOOK

Have you ordered your yearbook yet?  It’s NOT too late.  Follow the correct link below and order your book today!  We do not order many extra, so be sure to get one today!! Books will be ready for you at schedule pick up in August, that way we don’t miss any of our amazing events.

 

$55 = High School (grades 9-12) - http://www.jostens.com/apps/store/customer/1351581/Toledo-School-for-the-Arts/

 

$45 = Middle School (grades 6-8) -http://www.jostens.com/apps/store/customer/1790836/Toledo-School-for-Arts-JHS/

 


THURSDAY 4/26/2018

 

EXAM EXEMPTIONS

Exam Exemption forms are available now in the first floor office and in room 317.

All students received an email regarding exam exemption information. Please read everything carefully because no changes will be allowed after the form is turned in BY MAY 14th. You have been given an extra week to complete the form due to Kaleidoscope week. Late forms will NOT be accepted. If you have any questions regarding exam exemptions, please ask!

 

LOOKING FOR A SUMMER JOB?

TSA is partnering with two local churches to offer arts programs to elementary age children this summer. We need teachers for Art, Dance, Music & Theatre.  The programs last from June 18 through July 25. A detailed schedule is available along with an application in the arts office. The pay is $10/hour and hours vary, so check out the schedule for more information. You must be at least 16 years old by June 2018. You will need a teacher recommendation in addition to filling out the application. Applications will be available by Friday this week.

 

DANCE TEACHER NEEDED

The Ballroom Company is seeking a male Ballroom Dance teacher to work in the Maumee Ohio studio. Training is included with employment. If you think you might enjoy this very social and challenging form of partner dancing, and already have some dance experience, this might be for you! Check with Mr. Saygers for more details.

 

FALL MUSICAL AUDITIONS

TSA is proud to announce the fall musical, Catch Me if You Can. Auditions are May 14th after school in the choir room and callbacks are on May 16th. For auditions please come dressed for a dance audition and prepared to sing 16-32 bars of a pop/rock, contemporary song that will showcase your vocal ability, preferably from musical theatre. Please bring sheet music marked appropriately. Sign up for your audition slot on the 3rd floor callboard. These auditions are open to students who will be in grades 9-12 next year at TSA.

 

GOODS FOR GHANA

The Toledo Excel students from TSA are collecting a variety of items to give to school children in Ghana, Africa. There are several boxes located around the school and we are collecting these following items:  

Clothing:

•dresses/skirts •Dress pants/shirts •Jeans •Pants •Shorts •Shoes/socks (preferably new) •T-shirts  

Electronics:

•Earbuds/headphones •Watches  

School Supplies:

•Backpacks •Calculators •Pencils/Pens •Rulers

 

FROM THE FLYING PIG CAFÉ

Attention Students- Friday April 27th (that's this Friday!) is the LAST day that you will be able to charge anything for breakfast or lunch. On Monday April 30th you must have either money on your account, a check or cash to purchase any meals or ala carte items.  Students on free or reduced meals will still be able to get their breakfast or lunch but won't be able to charge extras.  Thank you!

 

THE GRAFFITI PROJECT

Are you excited for The Graffiti Project? Tickets are on sale now through the TSA Box office or on the school website! Come see the Graffiti Project on Tuesday, May 1st at 7:00pm at the Owens Community College Center for Fine and Performing Arts. You don’t want to miss it!!

 

GUITARFEST

The 11th annual GuitarFest is Saturday, April 28th at TSA. There will be guest artists, vendors, masterclasses and performances. There will be lots of activities for guitar players of all levels. Tickets are available online or through the box office, $20 for adults and $15 for students.

 

ORDER YOUR YEARBOOK

Have you ordered your yearbook yet?  It’s NOT too late.  Follow the correct link below and order your book today!  We do not order many extra, so be sure to get one today!! Books will be ready for you at schedule pick up in August, that way we don’t miss any of our amazing events.

 

$55 = High School (grades 9-12) - http://www.jostens.com/apps/store/customer/1351581/Toledo-School-for-the-Arts/

 

$45 = Middle School (grades 6-8) -http://www.jostens.com/apps/store/customer/1790836/Toledo-School-for-Arts-JHS/

 


WEDNESDAY 4/25/2018

 

EXAM EXEMPTIONS

Exam Exemption forms are available now in the first floor office and in room 317.

All students received an email regarding exam exemption information. Please read everything carefully because no changes will be allowed after the form is turned in BY MAY 14th. You have been given an extra week to complete the form due to Kaleidoscope week. Late forms will NOT be accepted. If you have any questions regarding exam exemptions, please ask!

 

LOOKING FOR A SUMMER JOB?

TSA is partnering with two local churches to offer arts programs to elementary age children this summer. We need teachers for Art, Dance, Music & Theatre.  The programs last from June 18 through July 25. A detailed schedule is available along with an application in the arts office. The pay is $10/hour and hours vary, so check out the schedule for more information. You must be at least 16 years old by June 2018. You will need a teacher recommendation in addition to filling out the application. Applications will be available by Friday this week.

 

DANCE TEACHER NEEDED

The Ballroom Company is seeking a male Ballroom Dance teacher to work in the Maumee Ohio studio. Training is included with employment. If you think you might enjoy this very social and challenging form of partner dancing, and already have some dance experience, this might be for you! Check with Mr. Saygers for more details.

 

FALL MUSICAL AUDITIONS

TSA is proud to announce the fall musical, Catch Me if You Can. Auditions are May 14th after school in the choir room and callbacks are on May 16th. For auditions please come dressed for a dance audition and prepared to sing 16-32 bars of a pop/rock, contemporary song that will showcase your vocal ability, preferably from musical theatre. Please bring sheet music marked appropriately. Sign up for your audition slot on the 3rd floor callboard. These auditions are open to students who will be in grades 9-12 next year at TSA.

 

GOODS FOR GHANA

The Toledo Excel students from TSA are collecting a variety of items to give to school children in Ghana, Africa. There are several boxes located around the school and we are collecting these following items:  

Clothing:

•dresses/skirts •Dress pants/shirts •Jeans •Pants •Shorts •Shoes/socks (preferably new) •T-shirts  

Electronics:

•Earbuds/headphones •Watches  

School Supplies:

•Backpacks •Calculators •Pencils/Pens •Rulers

 

FROM THE FLYING PIG CAFÉ

Attention Students- Friday April 27th (that's this Friday!) is the LAST day that you will be able to charge anything for breakfast or lunch. On Monday April 30th you must have either money on your account, a check or cash to purchase any meals or ala carte items.  Students on free or reduced meals will still be able to get their breakfast or lunch but won't be able to charge extras.  Thank you!

 

THE GRAFFITI PROJECT

Are you excited for The Graffiti Project? Tickets are on sale now through the TSA Box office or on the school website! Come see the Graffiti Project on Tuesday, May 1st at 7:00pm at the Owens Community College Center for Fine and Performing Arts. You don’t want to miss it!!

 

GUITARFEST

The 11th annual GuitarFest is Saturday, April 28th at TSA. There will be guest artists, vendors, masterclasses and performances. There will be lots of activities for guitar players of all levels. Tickets are available online or through the box office, $20 for adults and $15 for students.

 

ORDER YOUR YEARBOOK

Have you ordered your yearbook yet?  It’s NOT too late.  Follow the correct link below and order your book today!  We do not order many extra, so be sure to get one today!! Books will be ready for you at schedule pick up in August, that way we don’t miss any of our amazing events.

 

$55 = High School (grades 9-12) - http://www.jostens.com/apps/store/customer/1351581/Toledo-School-for-the-Arts/

 

$45 = Middle School (grades 6-8) -http://www.jostens.com/apps/store/customer/1790836/Toledo-School-for-Arts-JHS/


TUESDAY 4/24/2018

 

CHESS CLUB

There is NO chess club this week.

 

EXAM EXEMPTIONS

Exam Exemption forms are available now in the first floor office and in room 317.

All students received an email regarding exam exemption information. Please read everything carefully because no changes will be allowed after the form is turned in BY MAY 14th. You have been given an extra week to complete the form due to Kaleidoscope week. Late forms will NOT be accepted. If you have any questions regarding exam exemptions, please ask!

 

FALL MUSICAL AUDITIONS

TSA is proud to announce the fall musical, Catch Me if You Can. Auditions are May 14th after school in the choir room and callbacks are on May 16th. For auditions please come dressed for a dance audition and prepared to sing 16-32 bars of a pop/rock, contemporary song that will showcase your vocal ability, preferably from musical theatre. Please bring sheet music marked appropriately. Sign up for your audition slot on the 3rd floor callboard. These auditions are open to students who will be in grades 9-12 next year at TSA.

 

GOODS FOR GHANA

The Toledo Excel students from TSA are collecting a variety of items to give to school children in Ghana, Africa. There are several boxes located around the school and we are collecting these following items:  

Clothing:

•dresses/skirts •Dress pants/shirts •Jeans •Pants •Shorts •Shoes/socks (preferably new) •T-shirts  

Electronics:

•Earbuds/headphones •Watches  

School Supplies:

•Backpacks •Calculators •Pencils/Pens •Rulers

 

FROM THE FLYING PIG CAFÉ

Attention Students- Friday April 27th (that's next Friday!) is the LAST day that you will be able to charge anything for breakfast or lunch. On Monday April 30th you must have either money on your account, a check or cash to purchase any meals or ala carte items.  Students on free or reduced meals will still be able to get their breakfast or lunch but won't be able to charge extras.  Thank you!

 

THE GRAFFITI PROJECT

Are you excited for The Graffiti Project? Tickets are on sale now through the TSA Box office or on the school website! Come see the Graffiti Project on Tuesday, May 1st at 7:00pm at the Owens Community College Center for Fine and Performing Arts. You don’t want to miss it!!

 

GUITARFEST

The 11th annual GuitarFest is Saturday, April 28th at TSA. There will be guest artists, vendors, masterclasses and performances. There will be lots of activities for guitar players of all levels. Tickets are available online or through the box office, $20 for adults and $15 for students.

 

ORDER YOUR YEARBOOK

Have you ordered your yearbook yet?  It’s NOT too late.  Follow the correct link below and order your book today!  We do not order many extra, so be sure to get one today!! Books will be ready for you at schedule pick up in August, that way we don’t miss any of our amazing events.

 

$55 = High School (grades 9-12) - http://www.jostens.com/apps/store/customer/1351581/Toledo-School-for-the-Arts/

 

$45 = Middle School (grades 6-8) -http://www.jostens.com/apps/store/customer/1790836/Toledo-School-for-Arts-JHS/


MONDAY 4/23/2018

 

CHESS CLUB

There is NO chess club this week.

 

EXAM EXEMPTIONS

Exam Exemption forms are available now in the first floor office and in room 317.

All students received an email regarding exam exemption information. Please read everything carefully because no changes will be allowed after the form is turned in BY MAY 14th. You have been given an extra week to complete the form due to Kaleidoscope week. Late forms will NOT be accepted. If you have any questions regarding exam exemptions, please ask!

 

GOODS FOR GHANA

The Toledo Excel students from TSA are collecting a variety of items to give to school children in Ghana, Africa. There are several boxes located around the school and we are collecting these following items:  

Clothing:

•dresses/skirts •Dress pants/shirts •Jeans •Pants •Shorts •Shoes/socks (preferably new) •T-shirts  

Electronics:

•Earbuds/headphones •Watches  

School Supplies:

•Backpacks •Calculators •Pencils/Pens •Rulers

 

FROM THE FLYING PIG CAFÉ

Attention Students- Friday April 27th (that's next Friday!) is the LAST day that you will be able to charge anything for breakfast or lunch. On Monday April 30th you must have either money on your account, a check or cash to purchase any meals or ala carte items.  Students on free or reduced meals will still be able to get their breakfast or lunch but won't be able to charge extras.  Thank you!

 

THE GRAFFITI PROJECT

Are you excited for The Graffiti Project? Tickets are on sale now through the TSA Box office or on the school website! Come see the Graffiti Project on Tuesday, May 1st at 7:00pm at the Owens Community College Center for Fine and Performing Arts. You don’t want to miss it!!

 

GUITARFEST

The 11th annual GuitarFest is Saturday, April 28th at TSA. There will be guest artists, vendors, masterclasses and performances. There will be lots of activities for guitar players of all levels. Tickets are available online or through the box office, $20 for adults and $15 for students.

 

SUMMER ARTS CAMP

If you want more ART this summer, time is RUNNING OUT for the 20% discount for the Summer Arts Camp at TSA!! Open to all students age 10 - 14, the camp runs June 4th - June 15th from 9am - 3:30pm Monday - Friday. Students will get 4 art classes that run for 2 weeks. Choose from a dozen classes including animation, improv, musical instruments, 2D and 3D art, ukulele, dance, singing Broadway, make-up effects, and creative writing.  Pick up a brochure in the 1st or 4th floor office. Invite friends! Register by Monday April 23rd and get a 20% DISCOUNT! Apply to the Student Opportunity Scholarship Fund for financial assistance for the camp! See Ms. Ferguson for more information.

 

TOLEDO OPERA CAMP

Do you love singing? Do you love acting? Then check out the Toledo Opera Camp at TSA this summer! The camp runs June 4th - June 15th from 9:00am - 3:30pm. Students will rehearse and then perform Gilbert and Sullivan’s Pirates of Pinzance. No experience necessary. This camp is open to all students age 11 - 18, so grab your friends and come to Opera Camp! Register by Monday April 23rd and get a 20% DISCOUNT! Apply to the Student Opportunity Scholarship Fund for financial assistance for the camp! See Ms. Ferguson for more information.

 

ORDER YOUR YEARBOOK

Have you ordered your yearbook yet?  It’s NOT too late.  Follow the correct link below and order your book today!  We do not order many extra, so be sure to get one today!! Books will be ready for you at schedule pick up in August, that way we don’t miss any of our amazing events.

 

$55 = High School (grades 9-12) - http://www.jostens.com/apps/store/customer/1351581/Toledo-School-for-the-Arts/

 

$45 = Middle School (grades 6-8) -http://www.jostens.com/apps/store/customer/1790836/Toledo-School-for-Arts-JHS/


FRIDAY 4/20/2018

 

CHESS CLUB

There will not be chess club next Tuesday OR Wednesday. Chess club should resume as normal the following week.

 

GOODS FOR GHANA

The Toledo Excel students from TSA are collecting a variety of items to give to school children in Ghana, Africa. There are several boxes located around the school and we are collecting these following items:  

Clothing:

•dresses/skirts •Dress pants/shirts •Jeans •Pants •Shorts •Shoes/socks (preferably new) •T-shirts  

Electronics:

•Earbuds/headphones •Watches  

School Supplies:

•Backpacks •Calculators •Pencils/Pens •Rulers

 

FROM THE FLYING PIG CAFÉ

Attention Students- Friday April 27th (that's next Friday!) is the LAST day that you will be able to charge anything for breakfast or lunch. On Monday April 30th you must have either money on your account, a check or cash to purchase any meals or ala carte items.  Students on free or reduced meals will still be able to get their breakfast or lunch but won't be able to charge extras.  Thank you!

 

419 DAY - ART LOOP – ART & INGENUITY

Check out the Art Loop every third Thursday April through December! Kick off the season by starting at the Porter Gallery, adventuring around Uptown and Downtown, looking at art, supporting local businesses and celebrating the 419!

https://www.facebook.com/events/812458165615661/

 

DO YOU LIKE JAZZ & DISCOUNTED TICKETS?

Jazz takes center stage! Explore the orchestral world of Duke Ellington in his version of the Nutcrackerand his own tone poem, Harlem. Also in the program is Shoenfield's Four Parables, and Alice Gomez's premiere of Latin Jazz Suite.

8 PM, April 20/21 (Fri/Sat) at TMA peristyle.

Student tickets are only $5

Want 50% off non-student tickets? Take this survey (linked below) to receive your TSA exclusive promo code!

https://goo.gl/forms/TbYLB78GcKuy6RGT2

 

THE GRAFFITI PROJECT

Are you excited for The Graffiti Project? Tickets are on sale now through the TSA Box office or on the school website! Come see the Graffiti Project on Tuesday, May 1st at 7:00pm at the Owens Community College Center for Fine and Performing Arts. You don’t want to miss it!!

 

GUITARFEST

The 11th annual GuitarFest is Saturday, April 28th at TSA. There will be guest artists, vendors, masterclasses and performances. There will be lots of activities for guitar players of all levels. Tickets are available online or through the box office, $20 for adults and $15 for students.

 

SUMMER ARTS CAMP

If you want more ART this summer, time is RUNNING OUT for the 20% discount for the Summer Arts Camp at TSA!! Open to all students age 10 - 14, the camp runs June 4th - June 15th from 9am - 3:30pm Monday - Friday. Students will get 4 art classes that run for 2 weeks. Choose from a dozen classes including animation, improv, musical instruments, 2D and 3D art, ukulele, dance, singing Broadway, make-up effects, and creative writing.  Pick up a brochure in the 1st or 4th floor office. Invite friends! Register by Monday April 23rd and get a 20% DISCOUNT! Apply to the Student Opportunity Scholarship Fund for financial assistance for the camp! See Ms. Ferguson for more information.

 

TOLEDO OPERA CAMP

Do you love singing? Do you love acting? Then check out the Toledo Opera Camp at TSA this summer! The camp runs June 4th - June 15th from 9:00am - 3:30pm. Students will rehearse and then perform Gilbert and Sullivan’s Pirates of Pinzance. No experience necessary. This camp is open to all students age 11 - 18, so grab your friends and come to Opera Camp! Register by Monday April 23rd and get a 20% DISCOUNT! Apply to the Student Opportunity Scholarship Fund for financial assistance for the camp! See Ms. Ferguson for more information.

 

ORDER YOUR YEARBOOK

Have you ordered your yearbook yet?  It’s NOT too late.  Follow the correct link below and order your book today!  We do not order many extra, so be sure to get one today!! Books will be ready for you at schedule pick up in August, that way we don’t miss any of our amazing events.

 

$55 = High School (grades 9-12) - http://www.jostens.com/apps/store/customer/1351581/Toledo-School-for-the-Arts/

 

$45 = Middle School (grades 6-8) -http://www.jostens.com/apps/store/customer/1790836/Toledo-School-for-Arts-JHS/

 


THURSDAY 4/19/2018

 

STUDY TABLES

There will be NO study tables on April 16th through April 20th.

 

CHESS CLUB

There will not be chess club next Tuesday OR Wednesday. Chess club should resume as normal the following week.

 

ANIME CLUB

Anime club is cancelled for today, 4/19

 

FROM THE FLYING PIG CAFÉ

Attention Students- Friday April 27th (that's next Friday!) is the LAST day that you will be able to charge anything for breakfast or lunch. On Monday April 30th you must have either money on your account, a check or cash to purchase any meals or ala carte items.  Students on free or reduced meals will still be able to get their breakfast or lunch but won't be able to charge extras.  Thank you!

 

419 DAY - ART LOOP – ART & INGENUITY

Check out the Art Loop every third Thursday April through December! Kick off the season by starting at the Porter Gallery, adventuring around Uptown and Downtown, looking at art, supporting local businesses and celebrating the 419!

https://www.facebook.com/events/812458165615661/

 

DO YOU LIKE JAZZ & DISCOUNTED TICKETS?

Jazz takes center stage! Explore the orchestral world of Duke Ellington in his version of the Nutcrackerand his own tone poem, Harlem. Also in the program is Shoenfield's Four Parables, and Alice Gomez's premiere of Latin Jazz Suite.

8 PM, April 20/21 (Fri/Sat) at TMA peristyle.

Student tickets are only $5

Want 50% off non-student tickets? Take this survey (linked below) to receive your TSA exclusive promo code!

https://goo.gl/forms/TbYLB78GcKuy6RGT2

 

THE GRAFFITI PROJECT

Are you excited for The Graffiti Project? Tickets are on sale now through the TSA Box office or on the school website! Come see the Graffiti Project on Tuesday, May 1st at 7:00pm at the Owens Community College Center for Fine and Performing Arts. You don’t want to miss it!!

 

GUITARFEST

The 11th annual GuitarFest is Saturday, April 28th at TSA. There will be guest artists, vendors, masterclasses and performances. There will be lots of activities for guitar players of all levels. Tickets are available online or through the box office, $20 for adults and $15 for students.

 

SUMMER ARTS CAMP

If you want more ART this summer, time is RUNNING OUT for the 20% discount for the Summer Arts Camp at TSA!! Open to all students age 10 - 14, the camp runs June 4th - June 15th from 9am - 3:30pm Monday - Friday. Students will get 4 art classes that run for 2 weeks. Choose from a dozen classes including animation, improv, musical instruments, 2D and 3D art, ukulele, dance, singing Broadway, make-up effects, and creative writing.  Pick up a brochure in the 1st or 4th floor office. Invite friends! Register by Monday April 23rd and get a 20% DISCOUNT! Apply to the Student Opportunity Scholarship Fund for financial assistance for the camp! See Ms. Ferguson for more information.

 

TOLEDO OPERA CAMP

Do you love singing? Do you love acting? Then check out the Toledo Opera Camp at TSA this summer! The camp runs June 4th - June 15th from 9:00am - 3:30pm. Students will rehearse and then perform Gilbert and Sullivan’s Pirates of Pinzance. No experience necessary. This camp is open to all students age 11 - 18, so grab your friends and come to Opera Camp! Register by Monday April 23rd and get a 20% DISCOUNT! Apply to the Student Opportunity Scholarship Fund for financial assistance for the camp! See Ms. Ferguson for more information.

 

ORDER YOUR YEARBOOK

Have you ordered your yearbook yet?  It’s NOT too late.  Follow the correct link below and order your book today!  We do not order many extra, so be sure to get one today!! Books will be ready for you at schedule pick up in August, that way we don’t miss any of our amazing events.

 

$55 = High School (grades 9-12) - http://www.jostens.com/apps/store/customer/1351581/Toledo-School-for-the-Arts/

 

$45 = Middle School (grades 6-8) -http://www.jostens.com/apps/store/customer/1790836/Toledo-School-for-Arts-JHS/


WEDNESDAY 4/18/2018

 

STUDY TABLES

There will be NO study tables on April 16th through April 20th.

CHESS CLUB

There will be no chess club TODAY.

There will not be chess club next Tuesday OR Wednesday. Chess club should resume as normal the following week.

 

419 DAY - ART LOOP – ART & INGENUITY

Check out the Art Loop every third Thursday April through December! Kick off the season by starting at the Porter Gallery, adventuring around Uptown and Downtown, looking at art, supporting local businesses and celebrating the 419!

https://www.facebook.com/events/812458165615661/

 

DO YOU LIKE JAZZ & DISCOUNTED TICKETS?

Jazz takes center stage! Explore the orchestral world of Duke Ellington in his version of the Nutcrackerand his own tone poem, Harlem. Also in the program is Shoenfield's Four Parables, and Alice Gomez's premiere of Latin Jazz Suite.

8 PM, April 20/21 (Fri/Sat) at TMA peristyle.

Student tickets are only $5

Want 50% off non-student tickets? Take this survey (linked below) to receive your TSA exclusive promo code!

https://goo.gl/forms/TbYLB78GcKuy6RGT2

 

THE GRAFFITI PROJECT

Are you excited for The Graffiti Project? Tickets are on sale now through the TSA Box office or on the school website! Come see the Graffiti Project on Tuesday, May 1st at 7:00pm at the Owens Community College Center for Fine and Performing Arts. You don’t want to miss it!!

 

GUITARFEST

The 11th annual GuitarFest is Saturday, April 28th at TSA. There will be guest artists, vendors, masterclasses and performances. There will be lots of activities for guitar players of all levels. Tickets are available online or through the box office, $20 for adults and $15 for students.

 

SUMMER ARTS CAMP

If you want more ART this summer, time is RUNNING OUT for the 20% discount for the Summer Arts Camp at TSA!! Open to all students age 10 - 14, the camp runs June 4th - June 15th from 9am - 3:30pm Monday - Friday. Students will get 4 art classes that run for 2 weeks. Choose from a dozen classes including animation, improv, musical instruments, 2D and 3D art, ukulele, dance, singing Broadway, make-up effects, and creative writing.  Pick up a brochure in the 1st or 4th floor office. Invite friends! Register by Monday April 23rd and get a 20% DISCOUNT! Apply to the Student Opportunity Scholarship Fund for financial assistance for the camp! See Ms. Ferguson for more information.

 

TOLEDO OPERA CAMP

Do you love singing? Do you love acting? Then check out the Toledo Opera Camp at TSA this summer! The camp runs June 4th - June 15th from 9:00am - 3:30pm. Students will rehearse and then perform Gilbert and Sullivan’s Pirates of Pinzance. No experience necessary. This camp is open to all students age 11 - 18, so grab your friends and come to Opera Camp! Register by Monday April 23rd and get a 20% DISCOUNT! Apply to the Student Opportunity Scholarship Fund for financial assistance for the camp! See Ms. Ferguson for more information.

 

ORDER YOUR YEARBOOK

Have you ordered your yearbook yet?  It’s NOT too late.  Follow the correct link below and order your book today!  We do not order many extra, so be sure to get one today!! Books will be ready for you at schedule pick up in August, that way we don’t miss any of our amazing events.

 

$55 = High School (grades 9-12) - http://www.jostens.com/apps/store/customer/1351581/Toledo-School-for-the-Arts/

 

$45 = Middle School (grades 6-8) -http://www.jostens.com/apps/store/customer/1790836/Toledo-School-for-Arts-JHS/


TUESDAY 4/17/2018

 

STUDY TABLES

There will be NO study tables on April 16th through April 20th.

 

419 DAY - ART LOOP – ART & INGENUITY

Check out the Art Loop every third Thursday April through December! Kick off the season by starting at the Porter Gallery, adventuring around Uptown and Downtown, looking at art, supporting local businesses and celebrating the 419!

https://www.facebook.com/events/812458165615661/

 

DO YOU LIKE JAZZ & DISCOUNTED TICKETS?

Jazz takes center stage! Explore the orchestral world of Duke Ellington in his version of the Nutcrackerand his own tone poem, Harlem. Also in the program is Shoenfield's Four Parables, and Alice Gomez's premiere of Latin Jazz Suite. 8 PM, April 20/21 (Fri/Sat) at TMA peristyle.

Student tickets are only $5

Want 50% off non-student tickets? Take this survey (linked below) to receive your TSA exclusive promo code!

https://goo.gl/forms/TbYLB78GcKuy6RGT2

 

THE GRAFFITI PROJECT

Are you excited for The Graffiti Project? Tickets are on sale now through the TSA Box office or on the school website! Come see the Graffiti Project on Tuesday, May 1st at 7:00pm at the Owens Community College Center for Fine and Performing Arts. You don’t want to miss it!!

 

SCHOOL WIDE STATE TESTING

Students in grades 6-11 that are taking the state tests the week of April 16th need to bring headphones and calculators to school. Please check with your math teacher for approved calculators.

 

GUITARFEST

The 11th annual GuitarFest is Saturday, April 28th at TSA. There will be guest artists, vendors, masterclasses and performances. There will be lots of activities for guitar players of all levels. Tickets are available online or through the box office, $20 for adults and $15 for students.

 

SUMMER ARTS CAMP

Students, want more art opportunities this summer? Then check out the Summer Arts Camp at TSA. Open to all students age 10 - 14, the camp runs June 4th - June 15th from 9am - 3:30pm Monday - Friday. Students will get 4 art classes that run for 2 weeks. Choose from a dozen classes including animation, improv, musical instruments, 2D and 3D art, ukulele, dance, singing Broadway, make-up effects, and creative writing.  Pick up a brochure in the 1st or 4th floor office. Invite friends! Register before April 23rd and get a 20% discount! Apply to the Student Opportunity Scholarship Fund for financial assistance for the camp! See Ms. Ferguson for more information.

 

TOLEDO OPERA CAMP

Do you love singing? Do you love acting? Then check out the Toledo Opera Camp at TSA this summer! The camp runs June 4th - June 15th from 9:00am - 3:30pm. Students will rehearse and then perform Gilbert and Sullivan’s Pirates of Pinzance. No experience necessary. This camp is open to all students age 11 - 18, so grab your friends and come to Opera Camp! Register before April 23rd and get a 20% discount! Apply to the Student Opportunity Scholarship Fund for financial assistance for the camp! See Ms. Ferguson for more information.

 

ORDER YOUR YEARBOOK

Have you ordered your yearbook yet?  It’s NOT too late.  Follow the correct link below and order your book today!  We do not order many extra, so be sure to get one today!! Books will be ready for you at schedule pick up in August, that way we don’t miss any of our amazing events.

 

$55 = High School (grades 9-12) - http://www.jostens.com/apps/store/customer/1351581/Toledo-School-for-the-Arts/

 

$45 = Middle School (grades 6-8) -http://www.jostens.com/apps/store/customer/1790836/Toledo-School-for-Arts-JHS/


MONDAY 4/16/2018

 

STUDY TABLES

There will be NO study tables on April 16th through April 20th.

 

419 DAY - ART LOOP – ART & INGENUITY

Check out the Art Loop every third Thursday April through December! Kick off the season by starting at the Porter Gallery, adventuring around Uptown and Downtown, looking at art, supporting local businesses and celebrating the 419!

https://www.facebook.com/events/812458165615661/

 

SCHOOL WIDE STATE TESTING

Students in grades 6-11 that are taking the state tests the week of April 16th need to bring headphones and calculators to school. Please check with your math teacher for approved calculators.

 

GUITARFEST

The 11th annual GuitarFest is Saturday, April 28th at TSA. There will be guest artists, vendors, masterclasses and performances. There will be lots of activities for guitar players of all levels. Tickets are available online or through the box office, $20 for adults and $15 for students.

 

SUMMER ARTS CAMP

Students, want more art opportunities this summer? Then check out the Summer Arts Camp at TSA. Open to all students age 10 - 14, the camp runs June 4th - June 15th from 9am - 3:30pm Monday - Friday. Students will get 4 art classes that run for 2 weeks. Choose from a dozen classes including animation, improv, musical instruments, 2D and 3D art, ukulele, dance, singing Broadway, make-up effects, and creative writing.  Pick up a brochure in the 1st or 4th floor office. Invite friends! Register before April 23rd and get a 20% discount! Apply to the Student Opportunity Scholarship Fund for financial assistance for the camp! See Ms. Ferguson for more information.

 

TOLEDO OPERA CAMP

Do you love singing? Do you love acting? Then check out the Toledo Opera Camp at TSA this summer! The camp runs June 4th - June 15th from 9:00am - 3:30pm. Students will rehearse and then perform Gilbert and Sullivan’s Pirates of Pinzance. No experience necessary. This camp is open to all students age 11 - 18, so grab your friends and come to Opera Camp! Register before April 23rd and get a 20% discount! Apply to the Student Opportunity Scholarship Fund for financial assistance for the camp! See Ms. Ferguson for more information.

 

ORDER YOUR YEARBOOK

Have you ordered your yearbook yet?  It’s NOT too late.  Follow the correct link below and order your book today!  We do not order many extra, so be sure to get one today!! Books will be ready for you at schedule pick up in August, that way we don’t miss any of our amazing events.

 

$55 = High School (grades 9-12) - http://www.jostens.com/apps/store/customer/1351581/Toledo-School-for-the-Arts/

 

$45 = Middle School (grades 6-8) -http://www.jostens.com/apps/store/customer/1790836/Toledo-School-for-Arts-JHS/


FRIDAY 4/13/2018

 

STUDY TABLES

There will be NO study tables on April 16th through April 20th.

 

TSA ROCKS!

This Sunday 6pm at Ye Olde Durty Bird! Come rock out with the Pop Combos and cheer them on for their final concert of the year!

 

419 DAY - ART LOOP – ART & INGENUITY

Check out the Art Loop every third Thursday April through December! Kick off the season by starting at the Porter Gallery, adventuring around Uptown and Downtown, looking at art, supporting local businesses and celebrating the 419!

https://www.facebook.com/events/812458165615661/

 

SCHOOL WIDE STATE TESTING

Students in grades 6-11 that are taking the state tests the week of April 16th need to bring headphones and calculators to school. Please check with your math teacher for approved calculators.

 

INTERWOVEN MUSINGS

Interwoven Musings is this Saturday, April 14th at the Ohio Theatre. TSA’s fashion designers will be showcasing their best work on the catwalk and you don’t want to miss it! Tickets are available online and through the box office, $16 for adults and $10 for students and seniors.

 

GUITARFEST

The 11th annual GuitarFest is Saturday, April 28th at TSA. There will be guest artists, vendors, masterclasses and performances. There will be lots of activities for guitar players of all levels. Tickets are available online or through the box office, $20 for adults and $15 for students.

 

SUMMER ARTS CAMP

Students, want more art opportunities this summer? Then check out the Summer Arts Camp at TSA. Open to all students age 10 - 14, the camp runs June 4th - June 15th from 9am - 3:30pm Monday - Friday. Students will get 4 art classes that run for 2 weeks. Choose from a dozen classes including animation, improv, musical instruments, 2D and 3D art, ukulele, dance, singing Broadway, make-up effects, and creative writing.  Pick up a brochure in the 1st or 4th floor office. Invite friends! Register before April 23rd and get a 20% discount! Apply to the Student Opportunity Scholarship Fund for financial assistance for the camp! See Ms. Ferguson for more information.

 

TOLEDO OPERA CAMP

Do you love singing? Do you love acting? Then check out the Toledo Opera Camp at TSA this summer! The camp runs June 4th - June 15th from 9:00am - 3:30pm. Students will rehearse and then perform Gilbert and Sullivan’s Pirates of Pinzance. No experience necessary. This camp is open to all students age 11 - 18, so grab your friends and come to Opera Camp! Register before April 23rd and get a 20% discount! Apply to the Student Opportunity Scholarship Fund for financial assistance for the camp! See Ms. Ferguson for more information.

 

ORDER YOUR YEARBOOK

Have you ordered your yearbook yet?  It’s NOT too late.  Follow the correct link below and order your book today!  We do not order many extra, so be sure to get one today!! Books will be ready for you at schedule pick up in August, that way we don’t miss any of our amazing events.

 

$55 = High School (grades 9-12) - http://www.jostens.com/apps/store/customer/1351581/Toledo-School-for-the-Arts/

 

$45 = Middle School (grades 6-8) -http://www.jostens.com/apps/store/customer/1790836/Toledo-School-for-Arts-JHS/


THURSDAY 4/12/2018

 

TSA ROCKS!

This Sunday 6pm at Ye Olde Durty Bird! Come rock out with the Pop Combos and cheer them on for their final concert of the year!

 

419 DAY - ART LOOP – ART & INGENUITY

Check out the Art Loop every third Thursday April through December! Kick off the season by starting at the Porter Gallery, adventuring around Uptown and Downtown, looking at art, supporting local businesses and celebrating the 419!

https://www.facebook.com/events/812458165615661/

 

SCHOOL WIDE STATE TESTING

Students in grades 6-11 that are taking the state tests the week of April 16th need to bring headphones and calculators to school. Please check with your math teacher for approved calculators.

 

INTERWOVEN MUSINGS

Interwoven Musings is this Saturday, April 14th at the Ohio Theatre. TSA’s fashion designers will be showcasing their best work on the catwalk and you don’t want to miss it! Tickets are available online and through the box office, $16 for adults and $10 for students and seniors.

 

GUITARFEST

The 11th annual GuitarFest is Saturday, April 28th at TSA. There will be guest artists, vendors, masterclasses and performances. There will be lots of activities for guitar players of all levels. Tickets are available online or through the box office, $20 for adults and $15 for students.

 

PROM

Prom tickets are for sale now through April 13th. You can purchase tickets through Ms Leatherwood in room 309 or in the student commons. Tickets are $60. Prom is April 21st.

 

SUMMER ARTS CAMP

Students, want more art opportunities this summer? Then check out the Summer Arts Camp at TSA. Open to all students age 10 - 14, the camp runs June 4th - June 15th from 9am - 3:30pm Monday - Friday. Students will get 4 art classes that run for 2 weeks. Choose from a dozen classes including animation, improv, musical instruments, 2D and 3D art, ukulele, dance, singing Broadway, make-up effects, and creative writing.  Pick up a brochure in the 1st or 4th floor office. Invite friends! Register before April 23rd and get a 20% discount! Apply to the Student Opportunity Scholarship Fund for financial assistance for the camp! See Ms. Ferguson for more information.

 

TOLEDO OPERA CAMP

Do you love singing? Do you love acting? Then check out the Toledo Opera Camp at TSA this summer! The camp runs June 4th - June 15th from 9:00am - 3:30pm. Students will rehearse and then perform Gilbert and Sullivan’s Pirates of Pinzance. No experience necessary. This camp is open to all students age 11 - 18, so grab your friends and come to Opera Camp! Register before April 23rd and get a 20% discount! Apply to the Student Opportunity Scholarship Fund for financial assistance for the camp! See Ms. Ferguson for more information.

 

ORDER YOUR YEARBOOK

Have you ordered your yearbook yet?  It’s NOT too late.  Follow the correct link below and order your book today!  We do not order many extra, so be sure to get one today!! Books will be ready for you at schedule pick up in August, that way we don’t miss any of our amazing events.

 

$55 = High School (grades 9-12) - http://www.jostens.com/apps/store/customer/1351581/Toledo-School-for-the-Arts/

 

$45 = Middle School (grades 6-8) -http://www.jostens.com/apps/store/customer/1790836/Toledo-School-for-Arts-JHS/


WEDNESDAY 4/11/2018

 

KALEIDOSCOPE STUDENT TALENT FINALS

Join us tonight at 7pm in the Attic Theater for the Kaleidoscope Finals! These 16 acts made the cut out of 50+ auditions and are vying for a spot in Kaleidoscope 2018! Tickets are $6 for adults and $4 for students and seniors.

 

TSA ROCKS!

This Sunday 6pm at Ye Olde Durty Bird! Come rock out with the Pop Combos and cheer them on for their final concert of the year!

 

SCHOOL WIDE STATE TESTING

Students in grades 6-11 that are taking the state tests the week of April 16th need to bring headphones and calculators to school. Please check with your math teacher for approved calculators.

 

INTERWOVEN MUSINGS

Interwoven Musings is this Saturday, April 14th at the Ohio Theatre. TSA’s fashion designers will be showcasing their best work on the catwalk and you don’t want to miss it! Tickets are available online and through the box office, $16 for adults and $10 for students and seniors.

 

GUITARFEST

The 11th annual GuitarFest is Saturday, April 28th at TSA. There will be guest artists, vendors, masterclasses and performances. There will be lots of activities for guitar players of all levels. Tickets are available online or through the box office, $20 for adults and $15 for students.

 

PROM

Prom tickets are for sale now through April 12th. You can purchase tickets through Ms Leatherwood in room 309 or in the student commons. Tickets are $60. Prom is April 21st.

 

SUMMER ARTS CAMP

Students, want more art opportunities this summer? Then check out the Summer Arts Camp at TSA. Open to all students age 10 - 14, the camp runs June 4th - June 15th from 9am - 3:30pm Monday - Friday. Students will get 4 art classes that run for 2 weeks. Choose from a dozen classes including animation, improv, musical instruments, 2D and 3D art, ukulele, dance, singing Broadway, make-up effects, and creative writing.  Pick up a brochure in the 1st or 4th floor office. Invite friends! Register before April 23rd and get a 20% discount! Apply to the Student Opportunity Scholarship Fund for financial assistance for the camp! See Ms. Ferguson for more information.

 

TOLEDO OPERA CAMP

Do you love singing? Do you love acting? Then check out the Toledo Opera Camp at TSA this summer! The camp runs June 4th - June 15th from 9:00am - 3:30pm. Students will rehearse and then perform Gilbert and Sullivan’s Pirates of Pinzance. No experience necessary. This camp is open to all students age 11 - 18, so grab your friends and come to Opera Camp! Register before April 23rd and get a 20% discount! Apply to the Student Opportunity Scholarship Fund for financial assistance for the camp! See Ms. Ferguson for more information.

 

ORDER YOUR YEARBOOK

Have you ordered your yearbook yet?  It’s NOT too late.  Follow the correct link below and order your book today!  We do not order many extra, so be sure to get one today!! Books will be ready for you at schedule pick up in August, that way we don’t miss any of our amazing events.

 

$55 = High School (grades 9-12) - http://www.jostens.com/apps/store/customer/1351581/Toledo-School-for-the-Arts/

 

$45 = Middle School (grades 6-8) -http://www.jostens.com/apps/store/customer/1790836/Toledo-School-for-Arts-JHS/


TUESDAY 4/10/2018

 

KALEIDOSCOPE STUDENT TALENT FINALS

Join us Wednesday April 11th at 7pm in the Attic Theater for the Kaleidoscope Finals! These 16 acts made the cut out of 50+ auditions and are vying for a spot in Kaleidoscope 2018! Tickets are $6 for adults and $4 for students and seniors.

 

SCHOOL WIDE STATE TESTING

Students in grades 6-11 that are taking the state tests the week of April 16th need to bring headphones and calculators to school. Please check with your math teacher for approved calculators.

 

INTERWOVEN MUSINGS

Interwoven Musings is this Saturday, April 14th at the Ohio Theatre. TSA’s fashion designers will be showcasing their best work on the catwalk and you don’t want to miss it! Tickets are available online and through the box office, $16 for adults and $10 for students and seniors.

 

GUITARFEST

The 11th annual GuitarFest is  Saturday, April 28th at TSA. There will be guest artists, vendors, masterclasses and performances. There will be lots of activities for guitar players of all levels. Tickets are available online or through the box office, $20 for adults and $15 for students.

 

PROM

Prom tickets are for sale now through April 12th. You can purchase tickets through Ms Leatherwood in room 309 or in the student commons. Tickets are $60. Prom is April 21st.

 

ORDER YOUR YEARBOOK

Have you ordered your yearbook yet?  It’s NOT too late.  Follow the correct link below and order your book today!  We do not order many extra, so be sure to get one today!! Books will be ready for you at schedule pick up in August, that way we don’t miss any of our amazing events.

 

$55 = High School (grades 9-12) - http://www.jostens.com/apps/store/customer/1351581/Toledo-School-for-the-Arts/

 

$45 = Middle School (grades 6-8) -http://www.jostens.com/apps/store/customer/1790836/Toledo-School-for-Arts-JHS/ 


MONDAY 4/9/2018

 

SCHOOL WIDE STATE TESTING

Students in grades 6-11 that are taking the state tests the week of April 16th need to bring headphones and calculators to school. Please check with your math teacher for approved calculators.

 

DANCE AUDITIONS

Re-auditions for Reny’s studio will be tomorrow from 3-4 in room 437. These are open only to those students who were approved and called back after the first auditions. Please be on time and prepared to start at 3:10! There are many rehearsals going on that day so we need to move as quickly as possible! Remember there are veryyyyyyyyy limited spaces available so I need to see your absolute best!

 

ORDER YOUR YEARBOOK

Have you ordered your yearbook yet?  It’s NOT too late.  Follow the correct link below and order your book today!  We do not order many extra, so be sure to get one today!! Books will be ready for you at schedule pick up in August, that way we don’t miss any of our amazing events.

 

$55 = High School (grades 9-12) - http://www.jostens.com/apps/store/customer/1351581/Toledo-School-for-the-Arts/

 

$45 = Middle School (grades 6-8) -http://www.jostens.com/apps/store/customer/1790836/Toledo-School-for-Arts-JHS/


THURSDAY 3/29/2018

 

SPRING BREAK

Have a safe and relaxing Spring Break! School resumes on Monday, April 9th.

 

LOST & FOUND

The lost and found is currently set up outside the first floor office. If you are missing any personal belongings please go and check for them this week. Any unclaimed items will be gone when you return from spring break.

 

SCHOOL WIDE STATE TESTING

Students in grades 6-11 that are taking the state tests the week of April 16th need to bring headphones and calculators to school. Please check with your math teacher for approved calculators.

 

DANCE AUDITIONS

Re-auditions for Reny’s studio will be on Tuesday April 10th from 3-4 in room 437. These are open only to those students who were approved and called back after the first auditions. Please be on time and prepared to start at 3:10! There are many rehearsals going on that day so we need to move as quickly as possible! Remember there are veryyyyyyyyy limited spaces available so I need to see your absolute best!

 

ORDER YOUR YEARBOOK

Have you ordered your yearbook yet?  It’s NOT too late.  Follow the correct link below and order your book today!  We do not order many extra, so be sure to get one today!! Books will be ready for you at schedule pick up in August, that way we don’t miss any of our amazing events.

 

$55 = High School (grades 9-12) - http://www.jostens.com/apps/store/customer/1351581/Toledo-School-for-the-Arts/

 

$45 = Middle School (grades 6-8) -http://www.jostens.com/apps/store/customer/1790836/Toledo-School-for-Arts-JHS/


WEDNESDAY 3/28/2018

 

LOST & FOUND

The lost and found is currently set up outside the first floor office. If you are missing any personal belongings please go and check for them this week. Any unclaimed items will be gone when you return from spring break.

 

STUDY TABLES

There will NOT be any study tables tomorrow March 29th.

 

A MESSAGE FROM THE DEAN

Social media is a tool used to connect with people, share education, raise social awareness, and to give individuals a voice.  It is important to use your voice, responsibly.

Using social media platforms or electronic communication to identify others, with or without their permission, has the potential to be hurtful.  Toledo School for the Arts encourages our students to use social media in a positive and respectful manner.

 

MUSICAL THEATRE SHOWCASE

Kick off Spring Break in style—Musical Theatre style! The Musical theatre class showcase, “Safety in Numbers” is tonight, March 28th at 7pm in the Attic Theater. Join us for a fun evening of great songs from some of Broadway’s biggest FLOPS! If you love musical theatre then don’t miss this chance to hear songs you’ve never heard before (and may never hear again—who knows?)! Tickets are $6/$4 at the door or ts4arts.org. Seating is limited.

 

SCHOOL WIDE STATE TESTING

Students in grades 6-11 that are taking the state tests the week of April 16th need to bring headphones and calculators to school. Please check with your math teacher for approved calculators.

 

DANCE AUDITIONS

Re-auditions for Reny’s studio will be on Tuesday April 10th from 3-4 in room 437. These are open only to those students who were approved and called back after the first auditions. Please be on time and prepared to start at 3:10! There are many rehearsals going on that day so we need to move as quickly as possible! Remember there are veryyyyyyyyy limited spaces available so I need to see your absolute best!

 

MY TSA

Students, we are looking for submissions for a new social media campaign. The title of the campaign is “My TSA.” We are looking for short, 1-minute videos that show TSA through your eyes. These will be posted on the school’s social media platforms, and we’ll take as many as we get that are appropriate! Do you need more information? Interested? Contact Ms. Doles at ldoles@ts4arts.org.

 

ORDER YOUR YEARBOOK

Have you ordered your yearbook yet?  It’s NOT too late.  Follow the correct link below and order your book today!  We do not order many extra, so be sure to get one today!! Books will be ready for you at schedule pick up in August, that way we don’t miss any of our amazing events.

 

$55 = High School (grades 9-12) - http://www.jostens.com/apps/store/customer/1351581/Toledo-School-for-the-Arts/

 

$45 = Middle School (grades 6-8) -http://www.jostens.com/apps/store/customer/1790836/Toledo-School-for-Arts-JHS/


TUESDAY 3/27/2018

 

LOST & FOUND

The lost and found is currently set up outside the first floor office. If you are missing any personal belongings please go and check for it this week. Any unclaimed items will be gone when you return from spring break.

 

A MESSAGE FROM THE DEAN

Social media is a tool used to connect with people, share education, raise social awareness, and to give individuals a voice.  It is important to use your voice, responsibly.

Using social media platforms or electronic communication to identify others, with or without their permission, has the potential to be hurtful.  Toledo School for the Arts encourages our students to use social media in a positive and respectful manner.

 

MUSICAL THEATRE SHOWCASE

Kick off Spring Break in style—Musical Theatre style! The Musical theatre class showcase, “Safety in Numbers” is THIS Wednesday night, March 28th at 7pm in the Attic Theater. Join us for a fun evening of great songs from some of Broadway’s biggest FLOPS! If you love musical theatre then don’t miss this chance to hear songs you’ve never heard before (and may never hear again—who knows?)! Tickets are $6/$4 at the door or ts4arts.org. Seating is limited.

 

SCHOOL WIDE STATE TESTING

Students in grades 6-11 that are taking the state tests the week of April 16th need to bring headphones and calculators to school. Please check with your math teacher for approved calculators.

 

STEEL DRUM 80’S DANCE PARTY

Get into the spirit of the 80’s Tuesday March 27th by dressing the part! Then come to hear the Solid Gold Dancers of Steel Drums play your favorite hits of the 80’s at 7pm in TSA's Attic Theater. This concert is FREE! So find your neon fingerless gloves, skinny ties, mullets, and eye shadow and come dance to the 80’s!

 

DANCE AUDITIONS

Re-auditions for Reny’s studio will be on Tuesday April 10th from 3-4 in room 437. These are open only to those students who were approved and called back after the first auditions. Please be on time and prepared to start at 3:10! There are many rehearsals going on that day so we need to move as quickly as possible! Remember there are veryyyyyyyyy limited spaces available so I need to see your absolute best!

 

MY TSA

Students, we are looking for submissions for a new social media campaign. The title of the campaign is “My TSA.” We are looking for short, 1-minute videos that show TSA through your eyes. These will be posted on the school’s social media platforms, and we’ll take as many as we get that are appropriate! Do you need more information? Interested? Contact Ms. Doles at ldoles@ts4arts.org.

 

ORDER YOUR YEARBOOK

Have you ordered your yearbook yet?  It’s NOT too late.  Follow the correct link below and order your book today!  We do not order many extra, so be sure to get one today!! Books will be ready for you at schedule pick up in August, that way we don’t miss any of our amazing events.

 

$55 = High School (grades 9-12) - http://www.jostens.com/apps/store/customer/1351581/Toledo-School-for-the-Arts/

 

$45 = Middle School (grades 6-8) -http://www.jostens.com/apps/store/customer/1790836/Toledo-School-for-Arts-JHS/


MONDAY 3/26/2018

 

A MESSAGE FROM THE DEAN

Social media is a tool used to connect with people, share education, raise social awareness, and to give individuals a voice.  It is important to use your voice, responsibly.

Using social media platforms or electronic communication to identify others, with or without their permission, has the potential to be hurtful.  Toledo School for the Arts encourages our students to use social media in a positive and respectful manner.

 

MUSICAL THEATRE SHOWCASE

Kick off Spring Break in style—Musical Theatre style! The Musical theatre class showcase, “Safety in Numbers” is THIS Wednesday night, March 28th at 7pm in the Attic Theater. Join us for a fun evening of great songs from some of Broadway’s biggest FLOPS! If you love musical theatre then don’t miss this chance to hear songs you’ve never heard before (and may never hear again—who knows?)! Tickets are $6/$4 at the door or ts4arts.org. Seating is limited.

 

SCHOOL WIDE STATE TESTING

Students in grades 6-11 that are taking the state tests the week of April 16th need to bring headphones and calculators to school. Please check with your math teacher for approved calculators.

 

LINKS POSTER COMPETITION

Students, remember to go to the third floor gallery and vote for your favorite student piece in the Links Poster Contest. Ballots are available in the third floor gallery and voting will be open through March 27th.

 

STEEL DRUM 80’S DANCE PARTY

Get into the spirit of the 80’s Tuesday March 27th by dressing the part! Then come to hear the Solid Gold Dancers of Steel Drums play your favorite hits of the 80’s at 7pm in TSA's Attic Theater. This concert is FREE! So find your neon fingerless gloves, skinny ties, mullets, and eye shadow and come dance to the 80’s!

 

DANCE AUDITIONS

Re-auditions for Reny’s studio will be on Tuesday April 10th from 3-4 in room 437. These are open only to those students who were approved and called back after the first auditions. Please be on time and prepared to start at 3:10! There are many rehearsals going on that day so we need to move as quickly as possible! Remember there are veryyyyyyyyy limited spaces available so I need to see your absolute best!

 

MY TSA

Students, we are looking for submissions for a new social media campaign. The title of the campaign is “My TSA.” We are looking for short, 1-minute videos that show TSA through your eyes. These will be posted on the school’s social media platforms, and we’ll take as many as we get that are appropriate! Do you need more information? Interested? Contact Ms. Doles at ldoles@ts4arts.org.

 

ORDER YOUR YEARBOOK

Have you ordered your yearbook yet?  It’s NOT too late.  Follow the correct link below and order your book today!  We do not order many extra, so be sure to get one today!! Books will be ready for you at schedule pick up in August, that way we don’t miss any of our amazing events.

 

$55 = High School (grades 9-12) - http://www.jostens.com/apps/store/customer/1351581/Toledo-School-for-the-Arts/

 

$45 = Middle School (grades 6-8) -http://www.jostens.com/apps/store/customer/1790836/Toledo-School-for-Arts-JHS/


FRIDAY 3/23/2018

 

SCHOOL WIDE STATE TESTING

Students in grades 6-11 that are taking the state tests the week of April 16th need to bring headphones and calculators to school. Please check with your math teacher for approved calculators.

 

LINKS POSTER COMPETITION

Students, remember to go to the third floor gallery and vote for your favorite student piece in the Links Poster Contest. Ballots are available in the third floor gallery and voting will be open through March 27th.

 

STEEL DRUM 80’S DANCE PARTY

Get into the spirit of the 80’s Tuesday March 27th by dressing the part! Then come to hear the Solid Gold Dancers of Steel Drums play your favorite hits of the 80’s at 7pm in TSA's Attic Theater. This concert is FREE! So find your neon fingerless gloves, skinny ties, mullets, and eye shadow and come dance to the 80’s!

 

DANCE AUDITIONS

Re-auditions for Reny’s studio will be on Tuesday April 10th from 3-4 in room 437. These are open only to those students who were approved and called back after the first auditions. Please be on time and prepared to start at 3:10! There are many rehearsals going on that day so we need to move as quickly as possible! Remember there are veryyyyyyyyy limited spaces available so I need to see your absolute best!

 

AFTER SCHOOL JAM SESSIONS

LOVE TO PLAY GUITAR??

LOVE TO JAM WITH YOUR FRIENDS AFTER SCHOOL??

If so, please BRING YOUR OWN GUITAR!!

We welcome you to store it in the 4th floor instrument storage room during the school day for easy access after school.

Starting immediately, 420 will be locked at 3:00.

This change is due to the large number of guitars damaged after school.

SPECIAL CIRCUMSTANCES??

Please ask Mrs. Anderson in person, or by email.

 

YOUNG ARTISTS AT WORK

YAAW Applications are Due

Call for Artists ages 14-18: If you are looking for a summer job in the arts, the Young Artists at Work Program applications are due this Friday March 23rd.

For more information visit: http://theartscommission.org/youth 

 

MY TSA

Students, we are looking for submissions for a new social media campaign. The title of the campaign is “My TSA.” We are looking for short, 1-minute videos that show TSA through your eyes. These will be posted on the school’s social media platforms, and we’ll take as many as we get that are appropriate! Do you need more information? Interested? Contact Ms. Doles at ldoles@ts4arts.org.

JR HIGH TALENT SHOW/OPEN MIC NIGHT

The Jr High talent show is this Friday, at 4:00 PM in the Attic Theater. Come support your friend and classmates! See Mr. Randolph in room 103 or email him at rrandolph@ts4arts.org with any questions.

 

KALEIDOSCOPE AUDITIONS

Kaleidoscope Student Talent Prelims will be March 22, 23 and 26. All students are welcome to audition. You can sign up on the board next to teacher mailboxes on the 4th floor. Please watch which day you sign up – types of act can only sign up on certain days! For instance, if you sign up for a dance audition on Friday 3/23, you will not be able to audition that day. Auditions start immediately after school. Films should be submitted before 3:00 pm on March 23 to the Kaleidoscope Film Entries folder on the Student Shared Drive. Rules are posted next to the sign up sheets.  The Finals are April 11.

 

ORDER YOUR YEARBOOK

Have you ordered your yearbook yet?  It’s NOT too late.  Follow the correct link below and order your book today!  We do not order many extra, so be sure to get one today!! Books will be ready for you at schedule pick up in August, that way we don’t miss any of our amazing events.

 

$55 = High School (grades 9-12) - http://www.jostens.com/apps/store/customer/1351581/Toledo-School-for-the-Arts/

 

$45 = Middle School (grades 6-8) -http://www.jostens.com/apps/store/customer/1790836/Toledo-School-for-Arts-JHS/


THURSDAY 3/22/2018

 

LINKS POSTER COMPETITION

Students, remember to go to the third floor gallery and vote for your favorite student piece in the Links Poster Contest. Ballots are available in the third floor gallery and voting will be open through March 27th.

 

DANCE AUDITIONS

Re-auditions for Reny’s studio will be on Tuesday April 10th from 3-4 in room 437. These are open only to those students who were approved and called back after the first auditions. Please be on time and prepared to start at 3:10! There are many rehearsals going on that day so we need to move as quickly as possible! Remember there are veryyyyyyyyy limited spaces available so I need to see your absolute best!

 

AFTER SCHOOL JAM SESSIONS

LOVE TO PLAY GUITAR??

LOVE TO JAM WITH YOUR FRIENDS AFTER SCHOOL??

If so, please BRING YOUR OWN GUITAR!!

We welcome you to store it in the 4th floor instrument storage room during the school day for easy access after school.

Starting immediately, 420 will be locked at 3:00.

This change is due to the large number of guitars damaged after school.

SPECIAL CIRCUMSTANCES??

Please ask Mrs. Anderson in person, or by email.

 

YOUNG ARTISTS AT WORK

YAAW Applications are Due

Call for Artists ages 14-18: If you are looking for a summer job in the arts, the Young Artists at Work Program applications are due this Friday March 23rd.

For more information visit: http://theartscommission.org/youth

 

MY TSA

Students, we are looking for submissions for a new social media campaign. The title of the campaign is “My TSA.” We are looking for short, 1-minute videos that show TSA through your eyes. These will be posted on the school’s social media platforms, and we’ll take as many as we get that are appropriate! Do you need more information? Interested? Contact Ms. Doles at ldoles@ts4arts.org.

 

XHIBIT QI

Tickets for Xhibit QI are on sale now through the Valentine Theater. Come and see the 14th installment of Xhibit tonight at 7:00 at the Valentine Theatre. Tickets are $22, $16, and $10 and can only be purchased by contacting the Valentine Theater directly.

 

JR HIGH TALENT SHOW/OPEN MIC NIGHT

The Jr High talent show is this Friday, at 4:00 PM in the Attic Theater. Come support your friend and classmates! See Mr. Randolph in room 103 or email him at rrandolph@ts4arts.org with any questions.

 

KALEIDOSCOPE AUDITIONS

Kaleidoscope Student Talent Prelims will be March 22, 23 and 26. All students are welcome to audition. You can sign up on the board next to teacher mailboxes on the 4th floor. Please watch which day you sign up – types of act can only sign up on certain days! For instance, if you sign up for a dance audition on Friday 3/23, you will not be able to audition that day. Auditions start immediately after school. Films should be submitted before 3:00 pm on March 23 to the Kaleidoscope Film Entries folder on the Student Shared Drive. Rules are posted next to the sign up sheets.  The Finals are April 11.

 

ORDER YOUR YEARBOOK

Have you ordered your yearbook yet?  It’s NOT too late.  Follow the correct link below and order your book today!  We do not order many extra, so be sure to get one today!! Books will be ready for you at schedule pick up in August, that way we don’t miss any of our amazing events.

 

$55 = High School (grades 9-12) - http://www.jostens.com/apps/store/customer/1351581/Toledo-School-for-the-Arts/

 

$45 = Middle School (grades 6-8) -http://www.jostens.com/apps/store/customer/1790836/Toledo-School-for-Arts-JHS/


WEDNESDAY 3/21/2018

 

LINKS POSTER COMPETITION

Students, remember to go to the third floor gallery and vote for your favorite student piece in the Links Poster Contest. Ballots are available in the third floor gallery and voting will be open through March 27th.

 

AFTER SCHOOL JAM SESSIONS

LOVE TO PLAY GUITAR??

LOVE TO JAM WITH YOUR FRIENDS AFTER SCHOOL??

If so, please BRING YOUR OWN GUITAR!!

We welcome you to store it in the 4th floor instrument storage room during the school day for easy access after school.

Starting immediately, 420 will be locked at 3:00.

This change is due to the large number of guitars damaged after school.

SPECIAL CIRCUMSTANCES??

Please ask Mrs. Anderson in person, or by email.

 

YOUNG ARTISTS AT WORK

YAAW Applications are Due

Call for Artists ages 14-18: If you are looking for a summer job in the arts, the Young Artists at Work Program applications are due this Friday March 23rd.

For more information visit: http://theartscommission.org/youth

 

MY TSA

Students, we are looking for submissions for a new social media campaign. The title of the campaign is “My TSA.” We are looking for short, 1-minute videos that show TSA through your eyes. These will be posted on the school’s social media platforms, and we’ll take as many as we get that are appropriate! Do you need more information? Interested? Contact Ms. Doles at ldoles@ts4arts.org.

 

XHIBIT QI

Tickets for Xhibit QI are on sale now through the Valentine Theater. Come and see the 14th installment of Xhibit tonight at 7:00 at the Valentine Theatre. Tickets are $22, $16, and $10 and can only be purchased by contacting the Valentine Theater directly.

JR HIGH TALENT SHOW/OPEN MIC NIGHT

The Jr High talent show is this Friday, at 4:00 PM in the Attic Theater. Come support your friend and classmates! See Mr. Randolph in room 103 or email him at rrandolph@ts4arts.org with any questions.

 

KALEIDOSCOPE AUDITIONS

Kaleidoscope Student Talent Prelims will be March 22, 23 and 26. All students are welcome to audition. You can sign up on the board next to teacher mailboxes on the 4th floor. Please watch which day you sign up – types of act can only sign up on certain days! For instance, if you sign up for a dance audition on Friday 3/23, you will not be able to audition that day. Auditions start immediately after school. Films should be submitted before 3:00 pm on March 23 to the Kaleidoscope Film Entries folder on the Student Shared Drive. Rules are posted next to the sign up sheets.  The Finals are April 11.

 

ORDER YOUR YEARBOOK

Have you ordered your yearbook yet?  It’s NOT too late.  Follow the correct link below and order your book today!  We do not order many extra, so be sure to get one today!! Books will be ready for you at schedule pick up in August, that way we don’t miss any of our amazing events.

 

$55 = High School (grades 9-12) - http://www.jostens.com/apps/store/customer/1351581/Toledo-School-for-the-Arts/

 

$45 = Middle School (grades 6-8) -http://www.jostens.com/apps/store/customer/1790836/Toledo-School-for-Arts-JHS/


TUESDAY 3/20/2018

 

MY TSA

Students, we are looking for submissions for a new social media campaign. The title of the campaign is “My TSA.” We are looking for short, 1-minute videos that show TSA through your eyes. These will be posted on the school’s social media platforms, and we’ll take as many as we get that are appropriate! Do you need more information? Interested? Contact Ms. Doles at ldoles@ts4arts.org.

 

XHIBIT QI

Tickets for Xhibit QI are on sale now through the TSA box office. Come and see the 14th installment of Xhibit on March 21st at 7:00 at the Valentine Theatre. Tickets are $22, $16, and $10 and can only be purchased through the box office or by calling 419-246-8732 ext 226

 

JR HIGH TALENT SHOW/OPEN MIC NIGHT

Attention all Jr. High students! Do you have a hidden (or not-so-hidden) talent you’d love to have an opportunity to showcase? If you do, we’d love for you to participate in our upcoming talent show/Open Mic Night. It will take place on Friday, March 23, starting at 4:00 PM in the Attic Theatre. If you don’t want to participate, mark it in your calendar, and come support your friends and classmates!

 

Those interested in participating should join the Schoology group with the following code: RGF4R-K2Z3R.  If there are any questions, please see Mr. Randolph in room 103, or email him at rrandolph@ts4arts.org.

 

KALEIDOSCOPE AUDITIONS

Kaleidoscope Student Talent Prelims will be March 22, 23 and 26. All students are welcome to audition. You can sign up on the board next to teacher mailboxes on the 4th floor. Please watch which day you sign up – types of act can only sign up on certain days! For instance, if you sign up for a dance audition on Friday 3/23, you will not be able to audition that day. Auditions start immediately after school. Films should be submitted before 3:00 pm on March 23 to the Kaleidoscope Film Entries folder on the Student Shared Drive. Rules are posted next to the sign up sheets.  The Finals are April 11.

 

ORDER YOUR YEARBOOK

Have you ordered your yearbook yet?  It’s NOT too late.  Follow the correct link below and order your book today!  We do not order many extra, so be sure to get one today!! Books will be ready for you at schedule pick up in August, that way we don’t miss any of our amazing events.

 

$55 = High School (grades 9-12) - http://www.jostens.com/apps/store/customer/1351581/Toledo-School-for-the-Arts/

 

$45 = Middle School (grades 6-8) -http://www.jostens.com/apps/store/customer/1790836/Toledo-School-for-Arts-JHS/


MONDAY 3/19/2018

 

MY TSA

Students, we are looking for submissions for a new social media campaign. The title of the campaign is “My TSA.” We are looking for short, 1-minute videos that show TSA through your eyes. These will be posted on the school’s social media platforms, and we’ll take as many as we get that are appropriate! Do you need more information? Interested? Contact Ms. Doles at ldoles@ts4arts.org.

 

XHIBIT QI

Tickets for Xhibit QI are on sale now through the TSA box office. Come and see the 14th installment of Xhibit on March 21st at 7:00 at the Valentine Theatre. Tickets are $22, $16, and $10 and can only be purchased through the box office or by calling 419-246-8732 ext 226

 

JR HIGH TALENT SHOW/OPEN MIC NIGHT

Attention all Jr. High students! Do you have a hidden (or not-so-hidden) talent you’d love to have an opportunity to showcase? If you do, we’d love for you to participate in our upcoming talent show/Open Mic Night. It will take place on Friday, March 23, starting at 4:00 PM in the Attic Theatre. If you don’t want to participate, mark it in your calendar, and come support your friends and classmates!

 

Those interested in participating should join the Schoology group with the following code: RGF4R-K2Z3R.  If there are any questions, please see Mr. Randolph in room 103, or email him at rrandolph@ts4arts.org.

 

KALEIDOSCOPE AUDITIONS

Kaleidoscope Student Talent Prelims will be March 22, 23 and 26. All students are welcome to audition. You can sign up on the board next to teacher mailboxes on the 4th floor. Please watch which day you sign up – types of act can only sign up on certain days! For instance, if you sign up for a dance audition on Friday 3/23, you will not be able to audition that day. Auditions start immediately after school. Films should be submitted before 3:00 pm on March 23 to the Kaleidoscope Film Entries folder on the Student Shared Drive. Rules are posted next to the sign up sheets.  The Finals are April 11.

 

ORDER YOUR YEARBOOK

Have you ordered your yearbook yet?  It’s NOT too late.  Follow the correct link below and order your book today!  We do not order many extra, so be sure to get one today!! Books will be ready for you at schedule pick up in August, that way we don’t miss any of our amazing events.

 

$55 = High School (grades 9-12) - http://www.jostens.com/apps/store/customer/1351581/Toledo-School-for-the-Arts/

 

$45 = Middle School (grades 6-8) -http://www.jostens.com/apps/store/customer/1790836/Toledo-School-for-Arts-JHS/


THURSDAY 3/15/2018

 

REMINDER

Tomorrow, Friday, March 16th is a teacher work day and there is NO SCHOOL.

 

STEEL DRUM SMASH

GCS presents Steel Drum Smash tonight at Bowsher HS at 7pm. These island sounds are the perfect remedy to beat the cold and make you feel like you are on a beach! The Steel Drum Smash will also include the BGSU Steel Band, TSA’s Glass City Steel and the Glass City Steel Beginner Band, with individual and mass band performances. Tickets are $6 and available in TSA’s Box Office, online at ts4arts.org and at the door the night of the performance.

 

MY TSA

Students, we are looking for submissions for a new social media campaign. The title of the campaign is “My TSA.” We are looking for short, 1-minute videos that show TSA through your eyes. These will be posted on the school’s social media platforms, and we’ll take as many as we get that are appropriate! Do you need more information? Interested? Contact Ms. Doles at ldoles@ts4arts.org.

 

XHIBIT QI

Tickets for Xhibit QI are on sale now through the TSA box office. Come and see the 14th installment of Xhibit on March 21st at 7:00 at the Valentine Theatre. Tickets are $22, $16, and $10 and can only be purchased through the box office or by calling 419-246-8732 ext 226

 

JR HIGH TALENT SHOW/OPEN MIC NIGHT

Attention all Jr. High students! Do you have a hidden (or not-so-hidden) talent you’d love to have an opportunity to showcase? If you do, we’d love for you to participate in our upcoming talent show/Open Mic Night. It will take place on Friday, March 23, starting at 4:00 PM in the Attic Theatre. If you don’t want to participate, mark it in your calendar, and come support your friends and classmates!

 

Those interested in participating should join the Schoology group with the following code: RGF4R-K2Z3R.  If there are any questions, please see Mr. Randolph in room 103, or email him at rrandolph@ts4arts.org.

 

KALEIDOSCOPE AUDITIONS

Kaleidoscope Student Talent Prelims will be March 22, 23 and 26. All students are welcome to audition. You can sign up on the board next to teacher mailboxes on the 4th floor. Please watch which day you sign up – types of act can only sign up on certain days! For instance, if you sign up for a dance audition on Friday 3/23, you will not be able to audition that day. Auditions start immediately after school. Films should be submitted before 3:00 pm on March 23 to the Kaleidoscope Film Entries folder on the Student Shared Drive. Rules are posted next to the sign up sheets.  The Finals are April 11.

 

ORDER YOUR YEARBOOK

Have you ordered your yearbook yet?  It’s NOT too late.  Follow the correct link below and order your book today!  We do not order many extra, so be sure to get one today!! Books will be ready for you at schedule pick up in August, that way we don’t miss any of our amazing events.

 

$55 = High School (grades 9-12) - http://www.jostens.com/apps/store/customer/1351581/Toledo-School-for-the-Arts/

 

$45 = Middle School (grades 6-8) -http://www.jostens.com/apps/store/customer/1790836/Toledo-School-for-Arts-JHS/

 


WEDNESDAY 3/14/2018

 

REMINDER

This Friday, March 16th is a teacher work day and there is NO SCHOOL.

 

STEEL DRUM SMASH

GCS presents Steel Drum Smash on Thursday, March 15th at Bowsher HS at 7pm. These island sounds are the perfect remedy to beat the cold and make you feel like you are on a beach! The Steel Drum Smash will also include the BGSU Steel Band, TSA’s Glass City Steel and the Glass City Steel Beginner Band, with individual and mass band performances. Tickets are $6 and available in TSA’s Box Office, online at ts4arts.org and at the door the night of the performance.

 

MY TSA

Students, we are looking for submissions for a new social media campaign. The title of the campaign is “My TSA.” We are looking for short, 1-minute videos that show TSA through your eyes. These will be posted on the school’s social media platforms, and we’ll take as many as we get that are appropriate! Do you need more information? Interested? Contact Ms. Doles at ldoles@ts4arts.org.

 

XHIBIT QI

Tickets for Xhibit QI are on sale now through the TSA box office. Come and see the 14th installment of Xhibit on March 21st at 7:00 at the Valentine Theatre. Tickets are $22, $16, and $10 and can only be purchased through the box office or by calling 419-246-8732 ext 226

 

JR HIGH TALENT SHOW/OPEN MIC NIGHT

Attention all Jr. High students! Do you have a hidden (or not-so-hidden) talent you’d love to have an opportunity to showcase? If you do, we’d love for you to participate in our upcoming talent show/Open Mic Night. It will take place on Friday, March 23, starting at 4:00 PM in the Attic Theatre. If you don’t want to participate, mark it in your calendar, and come support your friends and classmates!

 

Those interested in participating should join the Schoology group with the following code: RGF4R-K2Z3R.  If there are any questions, please see Mr. Randolph in room 103, or email him at rrandolph@ts4arts.org.

 

KALEIDOSCOPE AUDITIONS

Kaleidoscope Student Talent Prelims will be March 22, 23 and 26. All students are welcome to audition. You can sign up on the board next to teacher mailboxes on the 4th floor. Please watch which day you sign up – types of act can only sign up on certain days! For instance, if you sign up for a dance audition on Friday 3/23, you will not be able to audition that day. Auditions start immediately after school. Films should be submitted before 3:00 pm on March 23 to the Kaleidoscope Film Entries folder on the Student Shared Drive. Rules are posted next to the sign up sheets.  The Finals are April 11.

 

ORDER YOUR YEARBOOK

Have you ordered your yearbook yet?  It’s NOT too late.  Follow the correct link below and order your book today!  We do not order many extra, so be sure to get one today!! Books will be ready for you at schedule pick up in August, that way we don’t miss any of our amazing events.

 

$55 = High School (grades 9-12) - http://www.jostens.com/apps/store/customer/1351581/Toledo-School-for-the-Arts/

 

$45 = Middle School (grades 6-8) -http://www.jostens.com/apps/store/customer/1790836/Toledo-School-for-Arts-JHS/


TUESDAY 3/13/2018

 

REMINDER

This Friday, March 16th is a teacher work day and there is NO SCHOOL.

STEEL DRUM SMASH

GCS presents Steel Drum Smash on Thursday, March 15th at Bowsher HS at 7pm. These island sounds are the perfect remedy to beat the cold and make you feel like you are on a beach! The Steel Drum Smash will also include the BGSU Steel Band, TSA’s Glass City Steel and the Glass City Steel Beginner Band, with individual and mass band performances. Tickets are $6 and available in TSA’s Box Office, online at ts4arts.org and at the door the night of the performance.

 

STUDENTS IN ACTION

Attention Students...we NEED you!  Students In Action will be meeting on both March 7th and the 14th.  Please meet in Mrs. Henderson’s room at 7:30 before school.  We will be taking a yearbook photo on the 14th!  Please mark your calendars!!

 

JR HIGH TALENT SHOW/OPEN MIC NIGHT

Attention all Jr. High students! Do you have a hidden (or not-so-hidden) talent you’d love to have an opportunity to showcase? If you do, we’d love for you to participate in our upcoming talent show/Open Mic Night. It will take place on Friday, March 23, starting at 4:00 PM in the Attic Theatre. If you don’t want to participate, mark it in your calendar, and come support your friends and classmates!

 

Those interested in participating should join the Schoology group with the following code: RGF4R-K2Z3R.  If there are any questions, please see Mr. Randolph in room 103, or email him at rrandolph@ts4arts.org.

 

KALEIDOSCOPE AUDITIONS

Kaleidoscope Student Talent Prelims will be March 22, 23 and 26. All students are welcome to audition. You can sign up on the board next to teacher mailboxes on the 4th floor. Please watch which day you sign up – types of act can only sign up on certain days! For instance, if you sign up for a dance audition on Friday 3/23, you will not be able to audition that day. Auditions start immediately after school. Films should be submitted before 3:00 pm on March 23 to the Kaleidoscope Film Entries folder on the Student Shared Drive. Rules are posted next to the sign up sheets.  The Finals are April 11.

 

ORDER YOUR YEARBOOK

Have you ordered your yearbook yet?  It’s NOT too late.  Follow the correct link below and order your book today!  We do not order many extra, so be sure to get one today!! Books will be ready for you at schedule pick up in August, that way we don’t miss any of our amazing events.

 

$55 = High School (grades 9-12) - http://www.jostens.com/apps/store/customer/1351581/Toledo-School-for-the-Arts/

 

$45 = Middle School (grades 6-8) -http://www.jostens.com/apps/store/customer/1790836/Toledo-School-for-Arts-JHS/


MONDAY 3/12/2018

 

SPRING STRINGS

Please join us on Monday March 12th at 7:00pm in The Attic Theater for the Spring Strings Concert, featuring an alumni orchestra 20+ strong! Tickets are $6 for adults and $4 for students and seniors.

 

STEEL DRUM SMASH

GCS presents Steel Drum Smash on Thursday, March 15th at Bowsher HS at 7pm. These island sounds are the perfect remedy to beat the cold and make you feel like you are on a beach! The Steel Drum Smash will also include the BGSU Steel Band, TSA’s Glass City Steel and the Glass City Steel Beginner Band, with individual and mass band performances. Tickets are $6 and available in TSA’s Box Office, online at ts4arts.org and at the door the night of the performance.

 

STUDENTS IN ACTION

Attention Students...we NEED you!  Students In Action will be meeting on both March 7th and the 14th.  Please meet in Mrs. Henderson’s room at 7:30 before school.  We will be taking a yearbook photo on the 14th!  Please mark your calendars!!

 

JR HIGH TALENT SHOW/OPEN MIC NIGHT

Attention all Jr. High students! Do you have a hidden (or not-so-hidden) talent you’d love to have an opportunity to showcase? If you do, we’d love for you to participate in our upcoming talent show/Open Mic Night. It will take place on Friday, March 23, starting at 4:00 PM in the Attic Theatre. If you don’t want to participate, mark it in your calendar, and come support your friends and classmates!

 

Those interested in participating should join the Schoology group with the following code: RGF4R-K2Z3R.  If there are any questions, please see Mr. Randolph in room 103, or email him at rrandolph@ts4arts.org.

 

KALEIDOSCOPE AUDITIONS

Kaleidoscope Student Talent Prelims will be March 22, 23 and 26. All students are welcome to audition. You can sign up on the board next to teacher mailboxes on the 4th floor. Please watch which day you sign up – types of act can only sign up on certain days! For instance, if you sign up for a dance audition on Friday 3/23, you will not be able to audition that day. Auditions start immediately after school. Films should be submitted before 3:00 pm on March 23 to the Kaleidoscope Film Entries folder on the Student Shared Drive. Rules are posted next to the sign up sheets.  The Finals are April 11.

 

KALEIDOSCOPE AUDITION

Reminder that KSCOPE auditions are on for "You Will Be Found" in the choir room, tomorrow, after school. Please be memorized and ready to go. Check in with Olivia Anderson at the choir room door. Hope to see you there!

 

ORDER YOUR YEARBOOK

Have you ordered your yearbook yet?  It’s NOT too late.  Follow the correct link below and order your book today!  We do not order many extra, so be sure to get one today!! Books will be ready for you at schedule pick up in August, that way we don’t miss any of our amazing events.

 

$55 = High School (grades 9-12) - http://www.jostens.com/apps/store/customer/1351581/Toledo-School-for-the-Arts/

 

$45 = Middle School (grades 6-8) -http://www.jostens.com/apps/store/customer/1790836/Toledo-School-for-Arts-JHS/

 


FRIDAY 3/9/2018

 

CHAMBER @ TRINITY

Music students from various studios will present a recital at Trinity Episcopal Church on Adams Street in downtown Toledo on Sunday March 11th at 1:30pm. Admission is free!

 

SPRING STRINGS

Please join us on Monday March 12th at 7:00pm in The Attic Theater for the Spring Strings Concert, featuring an alumni orchestra 20+ strong! Tickets are $6 for adults and $4 for students and seniors.

 

STEEL DRUM SMASH

GCS presents Steel Drum Smash on Thursday, March 15th at Bowsher HS at 7pm. These island sounds are the perfect remedy to beat the cold and make you feel like you are on a beach! The Steel Drum Smash will also include the BGSU Steel Band, TSA’s Glass City Steel and the Glass City Steel Beginner Band, with individual and mass band performances. Tickets are $6 and available in TSA’s Box Office, online at ts4arts.org and at the door the night of the performance.

 

STUDENTS IN ACTION

Attention Students...we NEED you!  Students In Action will be meeting on both March 7th and the 14th.  Please meet in Mrs. Henderson’s room at 7:30 before school.  We will be taking a yearbook photo on the 14th!  Please mark your calendars!!

 

JR HIGH TALENT SHOW/OPEN MIC NIGHT

Attention all Jr. High students! Do you have a hidden (or not-so-hidden) talent you’d love to have an opportunity to showcase? If you do, we’d love for you to participate in our upcoming talent show/Open Mic Night. It will take place on Friday, March 23, starting at 4:00 PM in the Attic Theatre. If you don’t want to participate, mark it in your calendar, and come support your friends and classmates!

 

Those interested in participating should join the Schoology group with the following code: RGF4R-K2Z3R.  If there are any questions, please see Mr. Randolph in room 103, or email him at rrandolph@ts4arts.org.

 

KALEIDOSCOPE AUDITIONS

Kaleidoscope Student Talent Prelims will be March 22, 23 and 26. All students are welcome to audition. You can sign up on the board next to teacher mailboxes on the 4th floor. Please watch which day you sign up – types of act can only sign up on certain days! For instance, if you sign up for a dance audition on Friday 3/23, you will not be able to audition that day. Auditions start immediately after school. Films should be submitted before 3:00 pm on March 23 to the Kaleidoscope Film Entries folder on the Student Shared Drive. Rules are posted next to the sign up sheets.  The Finals are April 11.

 

KALEIDOSCOPE AUDITION

Mrs. Lefevre, Mrs. Reny, and Mrs. Dauel are looking to put together a Kscope number from Dear Evan Hansen. The number will be "You Will Be Found." Please look for audition notices and music posted on Mrs. Dauel's door and the 3rd floor theatre callboard by Mrs. Lefevre's room. Auditions will take place in the choir room on Tuesday, March 13 after school. We are looking for 12 singers, boys and girls. You will use audition material from the song. See Mrs. Lefevre with any questions. If auditioning for "You Will Be Found" please sign up on the third floor theatre board.

 

ORDER YOUR YEARBOOK

Have you ordered your yearbook yet?  It’s NOT too late.  Follow the correct link below and order your book today!  We do not order many extra, so be sure to get one today!! Books will be ready for you at schedule pick up in August, that way we don’t miss any of our amazing events.

 

$55 = High School (grades 9-12) - http://www.jostens.com/apps/store/customer/1351581/Toledo-School-for-the-Arts/

 

$45 = Middle School (grades 6-8) -http://www.jostens.com/apps/store/customer/1790836/Toledo-School-for-Arts-JHS/


THURSDAY 3/8/2018

 

CHAMBER @ TRINITY

Music students from various studios will present a recital at Trinity Episcopal Church on Adams Street in downtown Toledo on Sunday March 11th at 1:30pm. Admission is free!

 

SPRING STRINGS

Please join us on Monday March 12th at 7:00pm in The Attic Theater for the Spring Strings Concert, featuring an alumni orchestra 20+ strong! Tickets are $6 for adults and $4 for students and seniors.

 

STUDENTS IN ACTION

Attention Students...we NEED you!  Students In Action will be meeting on both March 7th and the 14th.  Please meet in Mrs. Henderson’s room at 7:30 before school.  We will be taking a yearbook photo on the 14th!  Please mark your calendars!!

 

JR HIGH TALENT SHOW/OPEN MIC NIGHT

Attention all Jr. High students! Do you have a hidden (or not-so-hidden) talent you’d love to have an opportunity to showcase? If you do, we’d love for you to participate in our upcoming talent show/Open Mic Night. It will take place on Friday, March 23, starting at 4:00 PM in the Attic Theatre. If you don’t want to participate, mark it in your calendar, and come support your friends and classmates!

 

Those interested in participating should join the Schoology group with the following code: RGF4R-K2Z3R.  If there are any questions, please see Mr. Randolph in room 103, or email him at rrandolph@ts4arts.org.

 

LIMITLESS REWIND

Limitless Rewind tickets on sale NOW! Join Limitless Dance Company for their 10th Anniversary performance! For the first time ever they will perform for TWO nights at the Valentine Theatre! Wednesday March 7th and Thursday March 8th! Come take a look back at some audience favorites from the past nine years of Limitless!

 

JUNIOR HIGH DANCE

The Junior High Dance is on Friday March 9th from 6:30-8:30pm at Imagine School across the street from TSA. $5 to get in, no presale tickets. Only TSA students in grades 6-8. TSA students may bring outside guests but they MUST get a paper guest form from Mr. Johnson and have it filled out by the student’s parents and home school BEFORE the day of the dance. Questions? Email djohnson@st4arts.org

 

KALEIDOSCOPE AUDITIONS

Kaleidoscope Student Talent Prelims will be March 22, 23 and 26. All students are welcome to audition. You can sign up on the board next to teacher mailboxes on the 4th floor. Please watch which day you sign up – types of act can only sign up on certain days! For instance, if you sign up for a dance audition on Friday 3/23, you will not be able to audition that day. Auditions start immediately after school. Films should be submitted before 3:00 pm on March 23 to the Kaleidoscope Film Entries folder on the Student Shared Drive. Rules are posted next to the sign up sheets.  The Finals are April 11.

 

KALEIDOSCOPE AUDITION

Mrs. Lefevre, Mrs. Reny, and Mrs. Dauel are looking to put together a Kscope number from Dear Evan Hansen. The number will be "You Will Be Found." Please look for audition notices and music posted on Mrs. Dauel's door and the 3rd floor theatre callboard by Mrs. Lefevre's room. Auditions will take place in the choir room on Tuesday, March 13 after school. We are looking for 12 singers, boys and girls. You will use audition material from the song. See Mrs. Lefevre with any questions. If auditioning for "You Will Be Found" please sign up on the third floor theatre board.

 

ORDER YOUR YEARBOOK

Have you ordered your yearbook yet?  It’s NOT too late.  Follow the correct link below and order your book today!  We do not order many extra, so be sure to get one today!! Books will be ready for you at schedule pick up in August, that way we don’t miss any of our amazing events.

 

$55 = High School (grades 9-12) - http://www.jostens.com/apps/store/customer/1351581/Toledo-School-for-the-Arts/

 

$45 = Middle School (grades 6-8) -http://www.jostens.com/apps/store/customer/1790836/Toledo-School-for-Arts-JHS/


WEDNESDAY 3/7/2018

 

STUDENTS IN ACTION

Attention Students...we NEED you!  Students In Action will be meeting on both March 7th and the 14th.  Please meet in Mrs. Henderson’s room at 7:30 before school.  We will be taking a yearbook photo on the 14th!  Please mark your calendars!!

 

JR HIGH TALENT SHOW/OPEN MIC NIGHT

Attention all Jr. High students! Do you have a hidden (or not-so-hidden) talent you’d love to have an opportunity to showcase? If you do, we’d love for you to participate in our upcoming talent show/Open Mic Night. It will take place on Friday, March 23, starting at 4:00 PM in the Attic Theatre. If you don’t want to participate, mark it in your calendar, and come support your friends and classmates!

 

Those interested in participating should join the Schoology group with the following code: RGF4R-K2Z3R.  If there are any questions, please see Mr. Randolph in room 103, or email him at rrandolph@ts4arts.org.

 

LIMITLESS REWIND

Limitless Rewind tickets on sale NOW! Join Limitless Dance Company for their 10th Anniversary performance! For the first time ever they will perform for TWO nights at the Valentine Theatre! Wednesday March 7th and Thursday March 8th! Come take a look back at some audience favorites from the past nine years of Limitless!

 

JUNIOR HIGH DANCE

The Junior High Dance is on Friday March 9th from 6:30-8:30pm at Imagine School across the street from TSA. $5 to get in, no presale tickets. Only TSA students in grades 6-8. TSA students may bring outside guests but they MUST get a paper guest form from Mr. Johnson and have it filled out by the student’s parents and home school BEFORE the day of the dance. Questions? Email djohnson@st4arts.org

 

KALEIDOSCOPE AUDITIONS

Kaleidoscope Student Talent Prelims will be March 22, 23 and 26. All students are welcome to audition. You can sign up on the board next to teacher mailboxes on the 4th floor. Please watch which day you sign up – types of act can only sign up on certain days! For instance, if you sign up for a dance audition on Friday 3/23, you will not be able to audition that day. Auditions start immediately after school. Films should be submitted before 3:00 pm on March 23 to the Kaleidoscope Film Entries folder on the Student Shared Drive. Rules are posted next to the sign up sheets.  The Finals are April 11.

 

KALEIDOSCOPE AUDITION

Mrs. Lefevre, Mrs. Reny, and Mrs. Dauel are looking to put together a Kscope number from Dear Evan Hansen. The number will be "You Will Be Found." Please look for audition notices and music posted on Mrs. Dauel's door and the 3rd floor theatre callboard by Mrs. Lefevre's room. Auditions will take place in the choir room on Tuesday, March 13 after school. We are looking for 12 singers, boys and girls. You will use audition material from the song. See Mrs. Lefevre with any questions. If auditioning for "You Will Be Found" please sign up on the third floor theatre board.

 

ORDER YOUR YEARBOOK

Have you ordered your yearbook yet?  It’s NOT too late.  Follow the correct link below and order your book today!  We do not order many extra, so be sure to get one today!! Books will be ready for you at schedule pick up in August, that way we don’t miss any of our amazing events.

 

$55 = High School (grades 9-12) - http://www.jostens.com/apps/store/customer/1351581/Toledo-School-for-the-Arts/

 

$45 = Middle School (grades 6-8) -http://www.jostens.com/apps/store/customer/1790836/Toledo-School-for-Arts-JHS/


TUESDAY 3/6/2018

 

STUDENTS IN ACTION

Attention Students...we NEED you!  Students In Action will be meeting on both March 7th and the 14th.  Please meet in Mrs. Henderson’s room at 7:30 before school.  We will be taking a yearbook photo on the 14th!  Please mark your calendars!!

 

THE TOLEDO MUSEUM OF ARTS WANT TO HEAR YOUR OPINION

High school-aged youth who have a passion for the arts are invited for an afternoon conversation on the future redevelopment of the Museum's Campus & Museum Place Residences. The TMA is especially interested to hear from TSA students! Pizza, candy & treats for your opinion!

Tuesday, March 6: 3-5 p.m. in the Flying Pig Cafe

 

INTERNATIONAL EDUCATORS NIGHT

ATTENTION ALL: Please join us this Tuesday from 6-8 and learn about 21 different countries.  We will be in the attic with light refreshments too.  If you have had the pleasure of meeting our five teachers here at TSA, please come and meet the rest of the group.  This TUESDAY from 6-8 International Educators Night!!!

 

JR HIGH TALENT SHOW/OPEN MIC NIGHT

Attention all Jr. High students! Do you have a hidden (or not-so-hidden) talent you’d love to have an opportunity to showcase? If you do, we’d love for you to participate in our upcoming talent show/Open Mic Night. It will take place on Friday, March 23, starting at 4:00 PM in the Attic Theatre. If you don’t want to participate, mark it in your calendar, and come support your friends and classmates!

 

Those interested in participating should join the Schoology group with the following code: RGF4R-K2Z3R.  If there are any questions, please see Mr. Randolph in room 103, or email him at rrandolph@ts4arts.org.

 

LIMITLESS REWIND

Limitless Rewind tickets on sale NOW! Join Limitless Dance Company for their 10th Anniversary performance! For the first time ever they will perform for TWO nights at the Valentine Theatre! Wednesday March 7th and Thursday March 8th! Come take a look back at some audience favorites from the past nine years of Limitless!

 

JUNIOR HIGH DANCE

The Junior High Dance is on Friday March 9th from 6:30-8:30pm at Imagine School across the street from TSA. $5 to get in, no presale tickets. Only TSA students in grades 6-8. TSA students may bring outside guests but they MUST get a paper guest form from Mr. Johnson and have it filled out by the student’s parents and home school BEFORE the day of the dance. Questions? Email djohnson@st4arts.org

 

KALEIDOSCOPE AUDITIONS

Kaleidoscope Student Talent Prelims will be March 22, 23 and 26. All students are welcome to audition. You can sign up on the board next to teacher mailboxes on the 4th floor. Please watch which day you sign up – types of act can only sign up on certain days! For instance, if you sign up for a dance audition on Friday 3/23, you will not be able to audition that day. Auditions start immediately after school. Films should be submitted before 3:00 pm on March 23 to the Kaleidoscope Film Entries folder on the Student Shared Drive. Rules are posted next to the sign up sheets.  The Finals are April 11.

 

KALEIDOSCOPE AUDITION

Mrs. Lefevre, Mrs. Reny, and Mrs. Dauel are looking to put together a Kscope number from Dear Evan Hansen. The number will be "You Will Be Found." Please look for audition notices and music posted on Mrs. Dauel's door and the 3rd floor theatre callboard by Mrs. Lefevre's room. Auditions will take place in the choir room on Tuesday, March 13 after school. We are looking for 12 singers, boys and girls. You will use audition material from the song. See Mrs. Lefevre with any questions. If auditioning for "You Will Be Found" please sign up on the third floor theatre board.

 

ORDER YOUR YEARBOOK

Have you ordered your yearbook yet?  It’s NOT too late.  Follow the correct link below and order your book today!  We do not order many extra, so be sure to get one today!! Books will be ready for you at schedule pick up in August, that way we don’t miss any of our amazing events.

 

$55 = High School (grades 9-12) - http://www.jostens.com/apps/store/customer/1351581/Toledo-School-for-the-Arts/

 

$45 = Middle School (grades 6-8) -http://www.jostens.com/apps/store/customer/1790836/Toledo-School-for-Arts-JHS/

 

ODE TO THE ZIP CODE

The Toledo City paper teamed up with The Fair Housing Center, The Arts Commission and the Toledo Lucas County Public Library for the Ode to the ZIP Code poetry contest.

Toledo-area residents can enter this free poetry competition by submitting a poem based on their ZIP code.

Each entry should be a five-line, acrostic, haiku-like poem, where the number of words in each line is dictated by the corresponding digit in your ZIP code. (For examples, see the winning poems from our 2017 contest here.)

This year, we’ve added a youth category for poets under the age of 16. Please check the box on the submission form to be automatically entered into the youth contest.

Top entries will be featured in the Toledo City Paper and the authors will be invited to perform their poem live on 419 Day at the Main Library. Winners selected from adult and youth categories will receive cash prizes.

Submissions close on Wednesday, March 7.

http://toledocitypaper.com/online/ottzc-2018-submit/


MONDAY 3/5/2018

 

STUDENTS IN ACTION

Attention Students...we NEED you!  Students In Action will be meeting on both March 7th and the 14th.  Please meet in Mrs. Henderson’s room at 7:30 before school.  We will be taking a yearbook photo on the 14th!  Please mark your calendars!!

 

THE TOLEDO MUSEUM OF ARTS WANT TO HEAR YOUR OPINION

High school-aged youth who have a passion for the arts are invited for an afternoon conversation on the future redevelopment of the Museum's Campus & Museum Place Residences. The TMA is especially interested to hear from TSA students! Pizza, candy & treats for your opinion!

Tuesday, March 6: 3-5 p.m. in the Flying Pig Cafe

 

INTERNATIONAL EDUCATORS NIGHT

ATTENTION ALL: Please join us this Tuesday from 6-8 and learn about 21 different countries.  We will be in the attic with light refreshments too.  If you have had the pleasure of meeting our five teachers here at TSA, please come and meet the rest of the group.  This TUESDAY from 6-8 International Educators Night!!!

 

JR HIGH TALENT SHOW/OPEN MIC NIGHT

Attention all Jr. High students! Do you have a hidden (or not-so-hidden) talent you’d love to have an opportunity to showcase? If you do, we’d love for you to participate in our upcoming talent show/Open Mic Night. It will take place on Friday, March 23, starting at 4:00 PM in the Attic Theatre. If you don’t want to participate, mark it in your calendar, and come support your friends and classmates!

 

Those interested in participating should join the Schoology group with the following code: RGF4R-K2Z3R.  If there are any questions, please see Mr. Randolph in room 103, or email him at rrandolph@ts4arts.org.

 

LIMITLESS REWIND

Limitless Rewind tickets on sale NOW! Join Limitless Dance Company for their 10th Anniversary performance! For the first time ever they will perform for TWO nights at the Valentine Theatre! Wednesday March 7th and Thursday March 8th! Come take a look back at some audience favorites from the past nine years of Limitless!

 

JUNIOR HIGH DANCE

The Junior High Dance is on Friday March 9th from 6:30-8:30pm at Imagine School across the street from TSA. $5 to get in, no presale tickets. Only TSA students in grades 6-8. TSA students may bring outside guests but they MUST get a paper guest form from Mr. Johnson and have it filled out by the student’s parents and home school BEFORE the day of the dance. Questions? Email djohnson@st4arts.org

 

KALEIDOSCOPE AUDITIONS

Kaleidoscope Student Talent Prelims will be March 22, 23 and 26. All students are welcome to audition. You can sign up on the board next to teacher mailboxes on the 4th floor. Please watch which day you sign up – types of act can only sign up on certain days! For instance, if you sign up for a dance audition on Friday 3/23, you will not be able to audition that day. Auditions start immediately after school. Films should be submitted before 3:00 pm on March 23 to the Kaleidoscope Film Entries folder on the Student Shared Drive. Rules are posted next to the sign up sheets.  The Finals are April 11.

 

KALEIDOSCOPE AUDITION

Mrs. Lefevre, Mrs. Reny, and Mrs. Dauel are looking to put together a Kscope number from Dear Evan Hansen. The number will be "You Will Be Found." Please look for audition notices and music posted on Mrs. Dauel's door and the 3rd floor theatre callboard by Mrs. Lefevre's room. Auditions will take place in the choir room on Tuesday, March 13 after school. We are looking for 12 singers, boys and girls. You will use audition material from the song. See Mrs. Lefevre with any questions.

 

ORDER YOUR YEARBOOK

Have you ordered your yearbook yet?  It’s NOT too late.  Follow the correct link below and order your book today!  We do not order many extra, so be sure to get one today!! Books will be ready for you at schedule pick up in August, that way we don’t miss any of our amazing events.

 

$55 = High School (grades 9-12) - http://www.jostens.com/apps/store/customer/1351581/Toledo-School-for-the-Arts/

 

$45 = Middle School (grades 6-8) -http://www.jostens.com/apps/store/customer/1790836/Toledo-School-for-Arts-JHS/

 

ODE TO THE ZIP CODE

The Toledo City paper teamed up with The Fair Housing Center, The Arts Commission and the Toledo Lucas County Public Library for the Ode to the ZIP Code poetry contest.

Toledo-area residents can enter this free poetry competition by submitting a poem based on their ZIP code.

Each entry should be a five-line, acrostic, haiku-like poem, where the number of words in each line is dictated by the corresponding digit in your ZIP code. (For examples, see the winning poems from our 2017 contest here.)

This year, we’ve added a youth category for poets under the age of 16. Please check the box on the submission form to be automatically entered into the youth contest.

Top entries will be featured in the Toledo City Paper and the authors will be invited to perform their poem live on 419 Day at the Main Library. Winners selected from adult and youth categories will receive cash prizes.

Submissions close on Wednesday, March 7.

http://toledocitypaper.com/online/ottzc-2018-submit/


FRIDAY 3/2/2018

 

STUDENTS IN ACTION

Attention Students...we NEED you!  Students In Action will be meeting on both March 7th and the 14th.  Please meet in Mrs. Henderson’s room at 7:30 before school.  We will be taking a yearbook photo on the 14th!  Please mark your calendars!!

 

INTERNATIONAL EDUCATORS NIGHT

ATTENTION ALL: Please join us this Tuesday from 6-8 and learn about 21 different countries.  We will be in the attic with light refreshments too.  If you have had the pleasure of meeting our five teachers here at TSA, please come and meet the rest of the group.  This TUESDAY from 6-8 International Educators Night!!!

 

LIMITLESS REWIND

Limitless Rewind tickets on sale NOW! Join Limitless Dance Company for their 10th Anniversary performance! For the first time ever they will perform for TWO nights at the Valentine Theatre! Wednesday March 7th and Thursday March 8th! Come take a look back at some audience favorites from the past nine years of Limitless!

 

JUNIOR HIGH DANCE

The Junior High Dance is on Friday March 9th from 6:30-8:30pm at Imagine School across the street from TSA. $5 to get in, no presale tickets. Only TSA students in grades 6-8. TSA students may bring outside guests but they MUST get a paper guest form from Mr. Johnson and have it filled out by the student’s parents and home school BEFORE the day of the dance. Questions? Email djohnson@st4arts.org

 

KALEIDOSCOPE AUDITIONS

Kaleidoscope Student Talent Prelims will be March 22, 23 and 26. All students are welcome to audition. You can sign up on the board next to teacher mailboxes on the 4th floor. Please watch which day you sign up – types of act can only sign up on certain days! For instance, if you sign up for a dance audition on Friday 3/23, you will not be able to audition that day. Auditions start immediately after school. Films should be submitted before 3:00 pm on March 23 to the Kaleidoscope Film Entries folder on the Student Shared Drive. Rules are posted next to the sign up sheets.  The Finals are April 11.

 

KALEIDOSCOPE AUDITION

Mrs. Lefevre, Mrs. Reny, and Mrs. Dauel are looking to put together a Kscope number from Dear Evan Hansen. The number will be "You Will Be Found." Please look for audition notices and music posted on Mrs. Dauel's door and the 3rd floor theatre callboard by Mrs. Lefevre's room. Auditions will take place in the choir room on Tuesday, March 13 after school. We are looking for 12 singers, boys and girls. You will use audition material from the song. See Mrs. Lefevre with any questions.

 

ORDER YOUR YEARBOOK

Have you ordered your yearbook yet?  It’s NOT too late.  Follow the correct link below and order your book today!  We do not order many extra, so be sure to get one today!! Books will be ready for you at schedule pick up in August, that way we don’t miss any of our amazing events.

 

$55 = High School (grades 9-12) - http://www.jostens.com/apps/store/customer/1351581/Toledo-School-for-the-Arts/

 

$45 = Middle School (grades 6-8) -http://www.jostens.com/apps/store/customer/1790836/Toledo-School-for-Arts-JHS/

 

ODE TO THE ZIP CODE

The Toledo City paper teamed up with The Fair Housing Center, The Arts Commission and the Toledo Lucas County Public Library for the Ode to the ZIP Code poetry contest.

Toledo-area residents can enter this free poetry competition by submitting a poem based on their ZIP code.

Each entry should be a five-line, acrostic, haiku-like poem, where the number of words in each line is dictated by the corresponding digit in your ZIP code. (For examples, see the winning poems from our 2017 contest here.)

This year, we’ve added a youth category for poets under the age of 16. Please check the box on the submission form to be automatically entered into the youth contest.

Top entries will be featured in the Toledo City Paper and the authors will be invited to perform their poem live on 419 Day at the Main Library. Winners selected from adult and youth categories will receive cash prizes.

Submissions close on Wednesday, March 7.

http://toledocitypaper.com/online/ottzc-2018-submit/


THURSDAY 3/1/2018

 

STUDENTS IN ACTION

Attention Students...we NEED you!  Students In Action will be meeting on both March 7th and the 14th.  Please meet in Mrs. Henderson’s room at 7:30 before school.  We will be taking a yearbook photo on the 14th!  Please mark your calendars!!

 

LIMITLESS REWIND

Limitless Rewind tickets on sale NOW! Join Limitless Dance Company for their 10th Anniversary performance! For the first time ever they will perform for TWO nights at the Valentine Theatre! Wednesday March 7th and Thursday March 8th! Come take a look back at some audience favorites from the past nine years of Limitless!

 

JUNIOR HIGH DANCE

The Junior High Dance is on Friday March 9th from 6:30-8:30pm at Imagine School across the street from TSA. $5 to get in, no presale tickets. Only TSA students in grades 6-8. TSA students may bring outside guests but they MUST get a paper guest form from Mr Johnson and have it filled out by the student’s parents and home school BEFORE the day of the dance. Questions? Email djohnson@st4arts.org

 

KALEIDOSCOPE AUDITIONS

Kaleidoscope Student Talent Prelims will be March 22, 23 and 26. All students are welcome to audition. You can sign up on the board next to teacher mailboxes on the 4th floor. Please watch which day you sign up – types of act can only sign up on certain days! For instance, if you sign up for a dance audition on Friday 3/23, you will not be able to audition that day. Auditions start immediately after school. Films should be submitted before 3:00 pm on March 23 to the Kaleidoscope Film Entries folder on the Student Shared Drive. Rules are posted next to the sign up sheets.  The Finals are April 11.

 

LAW ENFORCEMENT -ARE YOU INTERESTED?

Students who are interested in law enforcement and who would like to have a positive and supportive contact with the Toledo Police are invited to become part of a team using social media to connect TPD to the Toledo community, especially youths. If you're interested email Mr. Saygers dsaygers@ts4arts.org or visit the 4th floor Arts Office for ore info.

 

KALEIDOSCOPE AUDITION

Mrs. Lefevre, Mrs. Reny, and Mrs. Dauel are looking to put together a Kscope number from Dear Evan Hansen. The number will be "You Will Be Found." Please look for audition notices and music posted on Mrs. Dauel's door and the 3rd floor theatre callboard by Mrs. Lefevre's room. Auditions will take place in the choir room on Tuesday, March 13 after school. We are looking for 12 singers, boys and girls. You will use audition material from the song. See Mrs. Lefevre with any questions.

 

ORDER YOUR YEARBOOK

Have you ordered your yearbook yet?  It’s NOT too late.  Follow the correct link below and order your book today!  We do not order many extra, so be sure to get one today!! Books will be ready for you at schedule pick up in August, that way we don’t miss any of our amazing events.

 

$55 = High School (grades 9-12) - http://www.jostens.com/apps/store/customer/1351581/Toledo-School-for-the-Arts/

 

$45 = Middle School (grades 6-8) -http://www.jostens.com/apps/store/customer/1790836/Toledo-School-for-Arts-JHS/

 

ODE TO THE ZIP CODE

The Toledo City paper teamed up with The Fair Housing Center, The Arts Commission and the Toledo Lucas County Public Library for the Ode to the ZIP Code poetry contest.

Toledo-area residents can enter this free poetry competition by submitting a poem based on their ZIP code.

Each entry should be a five-line, acrostic, haiku-like poem, where the number of words in each line is dictated by the corresponding digit in your ZIP code. (For examples, see the winning poems from our 2017 contest here.)

This year, we’ve added a youth category for poets under the age of 16. Please check the box on the submission form to be automatically entered into the youth contest.

Top entries will be featured in the Toledo City Paper and the authors will be invited to perform their poem live on 419 Day at the Main Library. Winners selected from adult and youth categories will receive cash prizes.

Submissions close on Wednesday, March 7.

http://toledocitypaper.com/online/ottzc-2018-submit/


WEDNESDAY 2/28/2018

 

STUDENTS IN ACTION

Attention Students...we NEED you!  Students In Action will be meeting on both March 7th and the 14th.  Please meet in Mrs. Henderson’s room at 7:30 before school.  We will be taking a yearbook photo on the 14th!  Please mark your calendars!!

 

LIMITLESS REWIND

Limitless Rewind tickets on sale NOW! Join Limitless Dance Company for their 10th Anniversary performance! For the first time ever they will perform for TWO nights at the Valentine Theatre! Wednesday March 7th and Thursday March 8th! Come take a look back at some audience favorites from the past nine years of Limitless!

 

JUNIOR HIGH DANCE

The Junior High Dance is on Friday March 9th from 6:30-8:30pm at Imagine School across the street from TSA. $5 to get in, no presale tickets. Only TSA students in grades 6-8. TSA students may bring outside guests but they MUST get a paper guest form from Mr Johnson and have it filled out by the student’s parents and home school BEFORE the day of the dance. Questions? Email djohnson@st4arts.org

 

KALEIDOSCOPE AUDITIONS

Kaleidoscope Student Talent Prelims will be March 22, 23 and 26. All students are welcome to audition. You can sign up on the board next to teacher mailboxes on the 4th floor. Please watch which day you sign up – types of act can only sign up on certain days! For instance, if you sign up for a dance audition on Friday 3/23, you will not be able to audition that day. Auditions start immediately after school. Films should be submitted before 3:00 pm on March 23 to the Kaleidoscope Film Entries folder on the Student Shared Drive. Rules are posted next to the sign up sheets.  The Finals are April 11.

 

MODELS NEEDED

It's that time of year again!! "Interwoven Musings" is looking for models to be in our 3rd annual fashion show to be held on April 14th at 7pm at The Ohio Theatre. We are looking for diverse models who can walk well in heels, and some who can walk well without heels, and really work the runway. We will have women's wear, men's wear, androgynous looks, and costumes. We need the models to be available Thursday April 12th from 4-8pm and Friday April 13th from 4-9:30pm. There will be various times individually scheduled with the designers for fittings and hair and makeup consultation, which will most likely occur right after school.

 

AUDITIONS will take place Wednesday February 28th from 3:15-4:00pm in room 211, Mrs. Patchett's costume shop. You do not need to be present for both. PLEASE BRING YOUR OWN HEELS OR DRESS SHOES TO WALK IN.

Any questions, please feel free to email Mrs. Patchett at apatchett@ts4arts.org

**this includes if you absolutely cannot make either audition I need to set up a time individually for you to audition***

 

LAW ENFORCEMENT -ARE YOU INTERESTED?

Students who are interested in law enforcement and who would like to have a positive and supportive contact with the Toledo Police are invited to become part of a team using social media to connect TPD to the Toledo community, especially youths. If you're interested email Mr. Saygers dsaygers@ts4arts.org or visit the 4th floor Arts Office for ore info.

 

KALEIDOSCOPE AUDITION

Mrs. Lefevre, Mrs. Reny, and Mrs. Dauel are looking to put together a Kscope number from Dear Evan Hansen. The number will be "You Will Be Found." Please look for audition notices and music posted on Mrs. Dauel's door and the 3rd floor theatre callboard by Mrs. Lefevre's room. Auditions will take place in the choir room on Tuesday, March 13 after school. We are looking for 12 singers, boys and girls. You will use audition material from the song. See Mrs. Lefevre with any questions.

 

ORDER YOUR YEARBOOK

Have you ordered your yearbook yet?  It’s NOT too late.  Follow the correct link below and order your book today!  We do not order many extra, so be sure to get one today!! Books will be ready for you at schedule pick up in August, that way we don’t miss any of our amazing events.

 

$55 = High School (grades 9-12) - http://www.jostens.com/apps/store/customer/1351581/Toledo-School-for-the-Arts/

 

$45 = Middle School (grades 6-8) -http://www.jostens.com/apps/store/customer/1790836/Toledo-School-for-Arts-JHS/

 

CCP INFORMATION

Attention Juniors interested in CCP:

Please note that the February ACT test date may not return scores in time for colleges to get them for admission processes. Consider taking the Accuplacer instead, to be sure your scores will be received in time. Contact CCP representatives or Mrs. C-J with questions.


TUESDAY 2/27/2018

 

PERCUSSION CONCERT

The Percussion Studio has a concert in the Attic Theatre tonight at 7pm. Come hear 10 Things to Like About Russia! Tickets are available in the Box Office or at the door and are $6 for adults and $4 for students and seniors.

 

STUDENTS IN ACTION

Attention Students...we NEED you!  Students In Action will be meeting on both March 7th and the 14th.  Please meet in Mrs. Henderson’s room at 7:30 before school.  We will be taking a yearbook photo on the 14th!  Please mark your calendars!!

 

LIMITLESS REWIND

Limitless Rewind tickets on sale NOW! Join Limitless Dance Company for their 10th Anniversary performance! For the first time ever they will perform for TWO nights at the Valentine Theatre! Wednesday March 7th and Thursday March 8th! Come take a look back at some audience favorites from the past nine years of Limitless!

 

JUNIOR HIGH DANCE

The Junior High Dance is on Friday March 9th from 6:30-8:30pm at Imagine School across the street from TSA. $5 to get in, no presale tickets. Only TSA students in grades 6-8. TSA students may bring outside guests but they MUST get a paper guest form from Mr Johnson and have it filled out by the student’s parents and home school BEFORE the day of the dance. Questions? Email djohnson@st4arts.org

 

KALEIDOSCOPE AUDITIONS

Kaleidoscope Student Talent Prelims will be March 22, 23 and 26. All students are welcome to audition. You can sign up on the board next to teacher mailboxes on the 4th floor. Please watch which day you sign up – types of act can only sign up on certain days! For instance, if you sign up for a dance audition on Friday 3/23, you will not be able to audition that day. Auditions start immediately after school. Films should be submitted before 3:00 pm on March 23 to the Kaleidoscope Film Entries folder on the Student Shared Drive. Rules are posted next to the sign up sheets.  The Finals are April 11.

 

MODELS NEEDED

It's that time of year again!! "Interwoven Musings" is looking for models to be in our 3rd annual fashion show to be held on April 14th at 7pm at The Ohio Theatre. We are looking for diverse models who can walk well in heels, and some who can walk well without heels, and really work the runway. We will have women's wear, men's wear, androgynous looks, and costumes. We need the models to be available Thursday April 12th from 4-8pm and Friday April 13th from 4-9:30pm. There will be various times individually scheduled with the designers for fittings and hair and makeup consultation, which will most likely occur right after school.

 

AUDITIONS will take place Tuesday February 27th from 3:15pm- 4:00pm and Wednesday February 28th from 3:15-4:00pm in room 211, Mrs. Patchett's costume shop. You do not need to be present for both. PLEASE BRING YOUR OWN HEELS OR DRESS SHOES TO WALK IN.

Any questions, please feel free to email Mrs. Patchett at apatchett@ts4arts.org

**this includes if you absolutely cannot make either audition I need to set up a time individually for you to audition***

 

LAW ENFORCEMENT -ARE YOU INTERESTED?

Students who are interested in law enforcement and who would like to have a positive and supportive contact with the Toledo Police are invited to become part of a team using social media to connect TPD to the Toledo community, especially youths. If you're interested email Mr. Saygers dsaygers@ts4arts.org or visit the 4th floor Arts Office for ore info.

 

KALEIDOSCOPE AUDITION

Mrs. Lefevre, Mrs. Reny, and Mrs. Dauel are looking to put together a Kscope number from Dear Evan Hansen. The number will be "You Will Be Found." Please look for audition notices and music posted on Mrs. Dauel's door and the 3rd floor theatre callboard by Mrs. Lefevre's room. Auditions will take place in the choir room on Tuesday, March 13 after school. We are looking for 12 singers, boys and girls. You will use audition material from the song. See Mrs. Lefevre with any questions.

 

ORDER YOUR YEARBOOK

Have you ordered your yearbook yet?  It’s NOT too late.  Follow the correct link below and order your book today!  We do not order many extra, so be sure to get one today!! Books will be ready for you at schedule pick up in August, that way we don’t miss any of our amazing events.

 

$55 = High School (grades 9-12) - http://www.jostens.com/apps/store/customer/1351581/Toledo-School-for-the-Arts/

 

$45 = Middle School (grades 6-8) -http://www.jostens.com/apps/store/customer/1790836/Toledo-School-for-Arts-JHS/

 

CCP INFORMATION

Attention Juniors interested in CCP:

Please note that the February ACT test date may not return scores in time for colleges to get them for admission processes. Consider taking the Accuplacer instead, to be sure your scores will be received in time. Contact CCP representatives or Mrs. C-J with questions.


MONDAY 2/26/2018

 

ACT REMINDER FOR 2/27/2018

All current Juniors need to enter through the front entrance (14th Street, under the maroon awning).  You must take everything except several sharpened #2 pencils, and an ACT approved calculator (approved list was emailed to all Juniors) to your locker, and report to your assigned classroom (noted below) NO LATER than 7:45 a.m.  

 

Late students will not be permitted to participate in the state sponsored ACT.

 

 

Students with the last name beginning with:

A-G need to report to Ms. Smietanski’s room (#313)

H-L need to report to Mr. Szparagowski’s room (#316)

M-R need to report to Ms. Gracia/Ms. Kutcher’s room (#306)

S-Z need to report to Mr. Schnoover’s room (#329)

 

PERCUSSION CONCERT

The Percussion Studio has a concert in the Attic Theatre on Tuesday February 27th at 7pm. Come hear 10 Things to Like About Russia! Tickets are available in the Box Office or at the door and are $6 for adults and $4 for students and seniors.

 

LIMITLESS REWIND

Limitless Rewind tickets on sale NOW! Join Limitless Dance Company for their 10th Anniversary performance! For the first time ever they will perform for TWO nights at the Valentine Theatre! Wednesday March 7th and Thursday March 8th! Come take a look back at some audience favorites from the past nine years of Limitless!

 

JUNIOR HIGH DANCE

The Junior High Dance is on Friday March 9th from 6:30-8:30pm at Imagine School across the street from TSA. $5 to get in, no presale tickets. Only TSA students in grades 6-8. TSA students may bring outside guests but they MUST get a paper guest form from Mr Johnson and have it filled out by the student’s parents and home school BEFORE the day of the dance. Questions? Email djohnson@st4arts.org

 

KALEIDOSCOPE AUDITIONS

Kaleidoscope Student Talent Prelims will be March 22, 23 and 26. All students are welcome to audition. You can sign up on the board next to teacher mailboxes on the 4th floor. Please watch which day you sign up – types of act can only sign up on certain days! For instance, if you sign up for a dance audition on Friday 3/23, you will not be able to audition that day. Auditions start immediately after school. Films should be submitted before 3:00 pm on March 23 to the Kaleidoscope Film Entries folder on the Student Shared Drive. Rules are posted next to the sign up sheets.  The Finals are April 11.

 

MODELS NEEDED

It's that time of year again!! "Interwoven Musings" is looking for models to be in our 3rd annual fashion show to be held on April 14th at 7pm at The Ohio Theatre. We are looking for diverse models who can walk well in heels, and some who can walk well without heels, and really work the runway. We will have women's wear, men's wear, androgynous looks, and costumes. We need the models to be available Thursday April 12th from 4-8pm and Friday April 13th from 4-9:30pm. There will be various times individually scheduled with the designers for fittings and hair and makeup consultation, which will most likely occur right after school.

 

AUDITIONS will take place Tuesday February 27th from 3:15pm- 4:00pm and Wednesday February 28th from 3:15-4:00pm in room 211, Mrs. Patchett's costume shop. You do not need to be present for both. PLEASE BRING YOUR OWN HEELS OR DRESS SHOES TO WALK IN.

Any questions, please feel free to email Mrs. Patchett at apatchett@ts4arts.org

**this includes if you absolutely cannot make either audition I need to set up a time individually for you to audition***

 

LAW ENFORCEMENT -ARE YOU INTERESTED?

Students who are interested in law enforcement and who would like to have a positive and supportive contact with the Toledo Police are invited to become part of a team using social media to connect TPD to the Toledo community, especially youths. If you're interested email Mr. Saygers dsaygers@ts4arts.org or visit the 4th floor Arts Office for ore info.

 

KALEIDOSCOPE AUDITION

Mrs. Lefevre, Mrs. Reny, and Mrs. Dauel are looking to put together a Kscope number from Dear Evan Hansen. The number will be "You Will Be Found." Please look for audition notices and music posted on Mrs. Dauel's door and the 3rd floor theatre callboard by Mrs. Lefevre's room. Auditions will take place in the choir room on Tuesday, March 13 after school. We are looking for 12 singers, boys and girls. You will use audition material from the song. See Mrs. Lefevre with any questions.

 

ORDER YOUR YEARBOOK

Have you ordered your yearbook yet?  It’s NOT too late.  Follow the correct link below and order your book today!  We do not order many extra, so be sure to get one today!! Books will be ready for you at schedule pick up in August, that way we don’t miss any of our amazing events.

 

$55 = High School (grades 9-12) - http://www.jostens.com/apps/store/customer/1351581/Toledo-School-for-the-Arts/

 

$45 = Middle School (grades 6-8) -http://www.jostens.com/apps/store/customer/1790836/Toledo-School-for-Arts-JHS/

 

CCP INFORMATION

Attention Juniors interested in CCP:

Please note that the February ACT test date may not return scores in time for colleges to get them for admission processes. Consider taking the Accuplacer instead, to be sure your scores will be received in time. Contact CCP representatives or Mrs. C-J with questions.


FRIDAY 2/23/2018

 

SPOKEN WORD

Hey everyone, come hear our talented Creative Writers read their original poetry, prose and songs Friday February 23rd in the Attic Theatre at 4:00pm. It’s free!

 

PERCUSSION CONCERT

The Percussion Studio has a concert in the Attic Theatre on Tuesday February 27th at 7pm. Come hear 10 Things to Like About Russia! Tickets are available in the Box Office or at the door and are $6 for adults and $4 for students and seniors.

 

Y|OUR NIGHT REVIVAL

This is not your average Friday. Toledo teens are invited to come to TMA to create their own experience while exploring art from the past. Play some games, eat some snacks, listen to music, and win some prizes!

All youth attending (Y)our Night will receive FREE admission into 'The Mummies: From Egypt to Toledo' exhibition.

Pizza and drinks will be served in the Cloister.

DJ Benny Goodtimes will be spinning dusty fund and soul from around the globe in the Great Gallery.

TONIGHT FRIDAY FEBRUARY 23RD AT 6:30PM FREE

https://www.facebook.com/events/151307775654764/

 

KALEIDOSCOPE AUDITIONS

Kaleidoscope Student Talent Prelims will be March 22, 23 and 26. All students are welcome to audition. You can sign up on the board next to teacher mailboxes on the 4th floor. Please watch which day you sign up – types of act can only sign up on certain days! For instance, if you sign up for a dance audition on Friday 3/23, you will not be able to audition that day. Auditions start immediately after school. Films should be submitted before 3:00 pm on March 23 to the Kaleidoscope Film Entries folder on the Student Shared Drive. Rules are posted next to the sign up sheets.  The Finals are April 11.

 

TSA ROCKS!

TSA Rocks this Sunday at Ye Olde Durty Bird 6pm in Downtown Toledo! Come hang with TSA's Pop Combos (Black Sail, Dynamic Revival, and Blindside). We'd love to see you there!

 

MODELS NEEDED

It's that time of year again!! "Interwoven Musings" is looking for models to be in our 3rd annual fashion show to be held on April 14th at 7pm at The Ohio Theatre. We are looking for diverse models who can walk well in heels, and some who can walk well without heels, and really work the runway. We will have women's wear, men's wear, androgynous looks, and costumes. We need the models to be available Thursday April 12th from 4-8pm and Friday April 13th from 4-9:30pm. There will be various times individually scheduled with the designers for fittings and hair and makeup consultation, which will most likely occur right after school.

 

AUDITIONS will take place next week Tuesday February 27th from 3:15pm- 4:00pm and Wednesday February 28th from 3:15-4:00pm in room 211, Mrs. Patchett's costume shop. You do not need to be present for both. PLEASE BRING YOUR OWN HEELS OR DRESS SHOES TO WALK IN.

Any questions, please feel free to email Mrs. Patchett at apatchett@ts4arts.org

**this includes if you absolutely cannot make either audition I need to set up a time individually for you to audition***

 

STUDENT TUTOR OPPORTUNITY

Students who are interested in making a little cash while helping out your fellow classmates please pick up an application to become a tutor.  Applications will be in the 3rd floor office (room 317).  Tutors are needed in Study Tables on Tues, Wed, and Thurs from 3-4.  Any questions please see Ms. Hiser or Mrs. Fong.

 

LAW ENFORCEMENT -ARE YOU INTERESTED?

Students who are interested in law enforcement and who would like to have a positive and supportive contact with the Toledo Police are invited to become part of a team using social media to connect TPD to the Toledo community, especially youths. If you're interested email Mr. Saygers dsaygers@ts4arts.org or visit the 4th floor Arts Office for ore info.

 

KALEIDOSCOPE AUDITION

Mrs. Lefevre, Mrs. Reny, and Mrs. Dauel are looking to put together a Kscope number from Dear Evan Hansen. The number will be "You Will Be Found." Please look for audition notices and music posted on Mrs. Dauel's door and the 3rd floor theatre callboard by Mrs. Lefevre's room. Auditions will take place in the choir room on Tuesday, March 13 after school. We are looking for 12 singers, boys and girls. You will use audition material from the song. See Mrs. Lefevre with any questions.

 

ACT PREP

Mr. Szparagowski is holding an ACT prep course in Room 327, Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays (except President’s Day) from 3:10-4:30 p.m.  The cost is $35.  For more information, please contact Mr. Szparagowski at RSzparagowski@ts4arts.org.

 

LIMITLESS REWIND

Limitless Rewind tickets on sale NOW! Join Limitless Dance Company for their 10th Anniversary performance! For the first time ever they will perform for TWO nights at the Valentine Theatre! Wednesday March 7th and Thursday March 8th! Come take a look back at some audience favorites from the past nine years of Limitless!

 

ORDER YOUR YEARBOOK

Have you ordered your yearbook yet?  It’s NOT too late.  Follow the correct link below and order your book today!  We do not order many extra, so be sure to get one today!! Books will be ready for you at schedule pick up in August, that way we don’t miss any of our amazing events.

 

$55 = High School (grades 9-12) - http://www.jostens.com/apps/store/customer/1351581/Toledo-School-for-the-Arts/

 

$45 = Middle School (grades 6-8) -http://www.jostens.com/apps/store/customer/1790836/Toledo-School-for-Arts-JHS/

 

SCHOLARSHIP OPPORTUNITY

Attention Junior and Senior Math Nerds.  If you would like the opportunity to complete in a math competition to win $1,000 to $20,000 dollars please check out this link: https://m3challenge.siam.org/challenge, then email Mr. Szparagowski to let him know if you are interested (rszparagowski@ts4arts.org).  We can create a team of three to five students.  We need to register a team by February 23 to be able to compete.

 

CCP INFORMATION

Attention Juniors interested in CCP:

Please note that the February ACT test date may not return scores in time for colleges to get them for admission processes. Consider taking the Accuplacer instead, to be sure your scores will be received in time. Contact CCP representatives or Mrs. C-J with questions.


THURSDAY 2/22/2018

 

SPOKEN WORD

Hey everyone, come hear our talented Creative Writers read their original poetry, prose and songs Friday February 23rd in the Attic Theatre at 4:00pm. It’s free!

 

PERCUSSION CONCERT

The Percussion Studio has a concert in the Attic Theatre on Tuesday February 27th at 7pm. Come hear 10 Things to Like About Russia! Tickets are available in the Box Office or at the door and are $6 for adults and $4 for students and seniors.

 

KALEIDOSCOPE AUDITIONS

Kaleidoscope Student Talent Prelims will be March 22, 23 and 26. All students are welcome to audition. You can sign up on the board next to teacher mailboxes on the 4th floor. Please watch which day you sign up – types of act can only sign up on certain days! For instance, if you sign up for a dance audition on Friday 3/23, you will not be able to audition that day. Auditions start immediately after school. Films should be submitted before 3:00 pm on March 23 to the Kaleidoscope Film Entries folder on the Student Shared Drive. Rules are posted next to the sign up sheets.  The Finals are April 11.

 

TSA ROCKS!

TSA Rocks this Sunday at Ye Olde Durty Bird 6pm in Downtown Toledo! Come hang with TSA's Pop Combos (Black Sail, Dynamic Revival, and Blindside). We'd love to see you there!

 

KALEIDOSCOPE CREW NEEDED

If you are interested in being a part of the crew for 2018 Kaleidoscope, there is a meeting on Thursday February 22nd. It will be from 3:05-3:20 in room 208. If you have any questions, please see Johannes.

 

MODELS NEEDED

It's that time of year again!! "Interwoven Musings" is looking for models to be in our 3rd annual fashion show to be held on April 14th at 7pm at The Ohio Theatre. We are looking for diverse models who can walk well in heels, and some who can walk well without heels, and really work the runway. We will have women's wear, men's wear, androgynous looks, and costumes. We need the models to be available Thursday April 12th from 4-8pm and Friday April 13th from 4-9:30pm. There will be various times individually scheduled with the designers for fittings and hair and makeup consultation, which will most likely occur right after school.

 

AUDITIONS will take place next week Tuesday February 27th from 3:15pm- 4:00pm and Wednesday February 28th from 3:15-4:00pm in room 211, Mrs. Patchett's costume shop. You do not need to be present for both. PLEASE BRING YOUR OWN HEELS OR DRESS SHOES TO WALK IN.

Any questions, please feel free to email Mrs. Patchett at ‪apatchett@ts4arts.org

**this includes if you absolutely cannot make either audition I need to set up a time individually for you to audition***

 

STUDENT TUTOR OPPORTUNITY

Students who are interested in making a little cash while helping out your fellow classmates please pick up an application to become a tutor.  Applications will be in the 3rd floor office (room 317).  Tutors are needed in Study Tables on Tues, Wed, and Thurs from 3-4.  Any questions please see Ms. Hiser or Mrs. Fong.

 

LAW ENFORCEMENT -ARE YOU INTERESTED?

Students who are interested in law enforcement and who would like to have a positive and supportive contact with the Toledo Police are invited to become part of a team using social media to connect TPD to the Toledo community, especially youths. If you're interested email Mr. Saygers dsaygers@ts4arts.org or visit the 4th floor Arts Office for ore info.

 

KALEIDOSCOPE AUDITION

Mrs. Lefevre, Mrs. Reny, and Mrs. Dauel are looking to put together a Kscope number from Dear Evan Hansen. The number will be "You Will Be Found." Please look for audition notices and music posted on Mrs. Dauel's door and the 3rd floor theatre callboard by Mrs. Lefevre's room. Auditions will take place in the choir room on Tuesday, March 13 after school. We are looking for 12 singers, boys and girls. You will use audition material from the song. See Mrs. Lefevre with any questions.

 

ACT PREP

Mr. Szparagowski is holding an ACT prep course in Room 327, Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays (except President’s Day) from 3:10-4:30 p.m.  The cost is $35.  For more information, please contact Mr. Szparagowski at RSzparagowski@ts4arts.org.

 

LIMITLESS REWIND

Limitless Rewind tickets on sale NOW! Join Limitless Dance Company for their 10th Anniversary performance! For the first time ever they will perform for TWO nights at the Valentine Theatre! Wednesday March 7th and Thursday March 8th! Come take a look back at some audience favorites from the past nine years of Limitless!

 

ORDER YOUR YEARBOOK

Have you ordered your yearbook yet?  It’s NOT too late.  Follow the correct link below and order your book today!  We do not order many extra, so be sure to get one today!! Books will be ready for you at schedule pick up in August, that way we don’t miss any of our amazing events.

 

$55 = High School (grades 9-12) - http://www.jostens.com/apps/store/customer/1351581/Toledo-School-for-the-Arts/

 

$45 = Middle School (grades 6-8) -http://www.jostens.com/apps/store/customer/1790836/Toledo-School-for-Arts-JHS/

 

SCHOLARSHIP OPPORTUNITY

Attention Junior and Senior Math Nerds.  If you would like the opportunity to complete in a math competition to win $1,000 to $20,000 dollars please check out this link: https://m3challenge.siam.org/challenge, then email Mr. Szparagowski to let him know if you are interested (rszparagowski@ts4arts.org).  We can create a team of three to five students.  We need to register a team by February 23 to be able to compete.

 

CCP INFORMATION

Attention Juniors interested in CCP:

Please note that the February ACT test date may not return scores in time for colleges to get them for admission processes. Consider taking the Accuplacer instead, to be sure your scores will be received in time. Contact CCP representatives or Mrs. C-J with questions.


WEDNESDAY 2/21/2018

 

A WILDE CANVAS

Don't miss this upcoming dance production from Wilde Studio. In collaboration with Mrs. Hayes Studio, dance and live art will come together at the Valentine Theatre.

The performance begins at 7:00pm on Wednesday, February 21 at The Valentine Theatre (410 Adams St., Toledo, OH). Tickets are price based on seating locations; $22, $16, and $10. To order your tickets contact the TSA Box Office at 419-246-8732 x226, or visit ts4arts.org.

 

SCHOOL STORE HOURS

TSA School Store will be open during "A Wilde Canvas" at the Valentine Theater this evening.  Come out and Shop and Support!  The store at TSA will be closed the remainder of this week and next for inventory.  Friday, March 2 we will reopen during First Friday with a whole new spring line of products created by ARTFORCE.  Stop in and see!

 

TSA ROCKS!

TSA Rocks this Sunday at Ye Olde Durty Bird 6pm in Downtown Toledo! Come hang with TSA's Pop Combos (Black Sail, Dynamic Revival, and Blindside). We'd love to see you there!

 

KALEIDOSCOPE CREW NEEDED

If you are interested in being a part of the crew for 2018 Kaleidoscope, there is a meeting on Thursday February 22nd. It will be from 3:05-3:20 in room 208. If you have any questions, please see Johannes.

 

STUDENT TUTOR OPPORTUNITY

Students who are interested in making a little cash while helping out your fellow classmates please pick up an application to become a tutor.  Applications will be in the 3rd floor office (room 317).  Tutors are needed in Study Tables on Tues, Wed, and Thurs from 3-4.  Any questions please see Ms. Hiser or Mrs. Fong.

 

LAW ENFORCEMENT -ARE YOU INTERESTED?

Students who are interested in law enforcement and who would like to have a positive and supportive contact with the Toledo Police are invited to become part of a team using social media to connect TPD to the Toledo community, especially youths. If you're interested email Mr. Saygers dsaygers@ts4arts.org or visit the 4th floor Arts Office for ore info.

 

BLUE LAKE SUMMER CAMP SCHOLARSHIP

Blue Lake Summer Camp is a music, dance, theatre and art summer camp in the Michigan woods. You'll have a chance to an intense experience in your arts field, and spend a week or more with other students who have similar interests, including vocal and instrumental music, dance, music theatre, theatre and visual art. Many TSA students have attended in the past and enjoyed the experience. You can find out more about Blue Lake at https://bluelake.org/

A Blue Lake representative will be at TSA on Feb 22, from 10-1, to audition students for scholarships to attend the camp. Scholarships often cover half of the cost, so you'll definitely want to audition. Have a short selection prepared. Auditions will be in room 425.

 

KALEIDOSCOPE AUDITION

Mrs. Lefevre, Mrs. Reny, and Mrs. Dauel are looking to put together a Kscope number from Dear Evan Hansen. The number will be "You Will Be Found." Please look for audition notices and music posted on Mrs. Dauel's door and the 3rd floor theatre callboard by Mrs. Lefevre's room. Auditions will take place in the choir room on Tuesday, March 13 after school. We are looking for 12 singers, boys and girls. You will use audition material from the song. See Mrs. Lefevre with any questions.

 

ACT PREP

Mr. Szparagowski is holding an ACT prep course in Room 327, Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays (except President’s Day) from 3:10-4:30 p.m.  The cost is $35.  For more information, please contact Mr. Szparagowski at RSzparagowski@ts4arts.org.

 

LIMITLESS REWIND

Limitless Rewind tickets on sale NOW! Join Limitless Dance Company for their 10th Anniversary performance! For the first time ever they will perform for TWO nights at the Valentine Theatre! Wednesday March 7th and Thursday March 8th! Come take a look back at some audience favorites from the past nine years of Limitless!

 

ORDER YOUR YEARBOOK

Have you ordered your yearbook yet?  It’s NOT too late.  Follow the correct link below and order your book today!  We do not order many extra, so be sure to get one today!! Books will be ready for you at schedule pick up in August, that way we don’t miss any of our amazing events.

 

$55 = High School (grades 9-12) - http://www.jostens.com/apps/store/customer/1351581/Toledo-School-for-the-Arts/

 

$45 = Middle School (grades 6-8) -http://www.jostens.com/apps/store/customer/1790836/Toledo-School-for-Arts-JHS/

 

SCHOLARSHIP OPPORTUNITY

Attention Junior and Senior Math Nerds.  If you would like the opportunity to complete in a math competition to win $1,000 to $20,000 dollars please check out this link: https://m3challenge.siam.org/challenge, then email Mr. Szparagowski to let him know if you are interested (rszparagowski@ts4arts.org).  We can create a team of three to five students.  We need to register a team by February 23 to be able to compete.

 

CCP INFORMATION

Attention Juniors interested in CCP:

Please note that the February ACT test date may not return scores in time for colleges to get them for admission processes. Consider taking the Accuplacer instead, to be sure your scores will be received in time. Contact CCP representatives or Mrs. C-J with questions.

 


TUESDAY 2/20/2018

 

A WILDE CANVAS

Don't miss this upcoming dance production from Wilde Studio. In collaboration with Mrs. Hayes Studio, dance and live art will come together at the Valentine Theatre.

The performance begins at 7:00pm on Wednesday, February 21 at The Valentine Theatre (410 Adams St., Toledo, OH). Tickets are price based on seating locations; $22, $16, and $10. To order your tickets contact the TSA Box Office at 419-246-8732 x226, or visit ts4arts.org.

 

STUDENTS IN ACTION

Attention: we NEED Students In Action!!  Please meet Wednesday in room 312 with Mrs. Henderson.  We have a few ideas, but we need STUDENTS to put them in ACTION!

 

KALEIDOSCOPE CREW NEEDED

If you are interested in being a part of the crew for 2018 Kaleidoscope, there is a meeting on Thursday February 22nd. It will be from 3:05-3:20 in room 208. If you have any questions, please see Johannes.

 

STUDENT TUTOR OPPORTUNITY

Students who are interested in making a little cash while helping out your fellow classmates please pick up an application to become a tutor.  Applications will be in the 3rd floor office.  Tutors are needed in Study Tables on Tues, Wed, and Thurs from 3-4.  Any questions please see Ms. Hiser or Mrs. Fong.

 

LAW ENFORCEMENT -ARE YOU INTERESTED?

Students who are interested in law enforcement and who would like to have a positive and supportive contact with the Toledo Police are invited to become part of a team using social media to connect TPD to the Toledo community, especially youths. If you're interested email Mr. Saygers dsaygers@ts4arts.org or visit the 4th floor Arts Office for ore info.

 

BLUE LAKE SUMMER CAMP SCHOLARSHIP

Blue Lake Summer Camp is a music, dance, theatre and art summer camp in the Michigan woods. You'll have a chance to an intense experience in your arts field, and spend a week or more with other students who have similar interests, including vocal and instrumental music, dance, music theatre, theatre and visual art. Many TSA students have attended in the past and enjoyed the experience. You can find out more about Blue Lake at https://bluelake.org/

A Blue Lake representative will be at TSA on Feb 22, from 10-1, to audition students for scholarships to attend the camp. Scholarships often cover half of the cost, so you'll definitely want to audition. Have a short selection prepared. Auditions will be in room 425.

 

KALEIDOSCOPE AUDITION

Mrs. Lefevre, Mrs. Reny, and Mrs. Dauel are looking to put together a Kscope number from Dear Evan Hansen. The number will be "You Will Be Found." Please look for audition notices and music posted on Mrs. Dauel's door and the 3rd floor theatre callboard by Mrs. Lefevre's room. Auditions will take place in the choir room on Tuesday, March 13 after school. We are looking for 12 singers, boys and girls. You will use audition material from the song. See Mrs. Lefevre with any questions.

 

ATTENTION TSA STUDENTS, PARENTS, & CAREGIVERS

 The TSA Parent Organization will host a screening of the film, "Screenagers" on Tuesday, February 20, 2018 at 6:00 pm.  

 

"Screenagers" is about the impact of the digital age on children and how to help them minimize harmful effects and find balance.  

 

Please join the TSA Parent Organization, in the Toledo School for the Arts Attic Theater, on February 20, 2018 at 6:00 pm.

 

ACT PREP

Mr. Szparagowski is holding an ACT prep course in Room 327, Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays (except President’s Day) from 3:10-4:30 p.m.  The cost is $35.  For more information, please contact Mr. Szparagowski at RSzparagowski@ts4arts.org.

 

LIMITLESS REWIND

Limitless Rewind tickets on sale NOW! Join Limitless Dance Company for their 10th Anniversary performance! For the first time ever they will perform for TWO nights at the Valentine Theatre! Wednesday March 7th and Thursday March 8th! Come take a look back at some audience favorites from the past nine years of Limitless!

 

ORDER YOUR YEARBOOK

Have you ordered your yearbook yet?  It’s NOT too late.  Follow the correct link below and order your book today!  We do not order many extra, so be sure to get one today!! Books will be ready for you at schedule pick up in August, that way we don’t miss any of our amazing events.

 

$55 = High School (grades 9-12) - http://www.jostens.com/apps/store/customer/1351581/Toledo-School-for-the-Arts/

 

$45 = Middle School (grades 6-8) -http://www.jostens.com/apps/store/customer/1790836/Toledo-School-for-Arts-JHS/

 

SCHOLARSHIP OPPORTUNITY

Attention Junior and Senior Math Nerds.  If you would like the opportunity to complete in a math competition to win $1,000 to $20,000 dollars please check out this link: https://m3challenge.siam.org/challenge, then email Mr. Szparagowski to let him know if you are interested (rszparagowski@ts4arts.org).  We can create a team of three to five students.  We need to register a team by February 23 to be able to compete.

 

CCP INFORMATION

Attention Juniors interested in CCP:

Please note that the February ACT test date may not return scores in time for colleges to get them for admission processes. Consider taking the Accuplacer instead, to be sure your scores will be received in time. Contact CCP representatives or Mrs. C-J with questions.


FRIDAY 2/16/2018

 

A WILDE CANVAS

Don't miss this upcoming dance production from Wilde Studio. In collaboration with Mrs. Hayes Studio, dance and live art will come together at the Valentine Theatre.

The performance begins at 7:00pm on Wednesday, February 21 at The Valentine Theatre (410 Adams St., Toledo, OH). Tickets are price based on seating locations; $22, $16, and $10. To order your tickets contact the TSA Box Office at 419-246-8732 x226, or visit ts4arts.org.

 

STUDENTS IN ACTION

Attention: we NEED Students In Action!!  Please meet Wednesday in room 312 with Mrs. Henderson.  We have a few ideas, but we need STUDENTS to put them in ACTION!

 

STUDENT TUTOR OPPORTUNITY

Students who are interested in making a little cash while helping out your fellow classmates please pick up an application to become a tutor.  Applications will be in the 3rd floor office.  Tutors are needed in Study Tables on Tues, Wed, and Thurs from 3-4.  Any questions please see Ms. Hiser or Mrs. Fong.

 

LAW ENFORCEMENT -ARE YOU INTERESTED?

Students who are interested in law enforcement and who would like to have a positive and supportive contact with the Toledo Police are invited to become part of a team using social media to connect TPD to the Toledo community, especially youths. If you're interested email Mr. Saygers dsaygers@ts4arts.org or visit the 4th floor Arts Office for ore info.

 

BLUE LAKE SUMMER CAMP SCHOLARSHIP

Blue Lake Summer Camp is a music, dance, theatre and art summer camp in the Michigan woods. You'll have a chance to an intense experience in your arts field, and spend a week or more with other students who have similar interests, including vocal and instrumental music, dance, music theatre, theatre and visual art. Many TSA students have attended in the past and enjoyed the experience. You can find out more about Blue Lake at https://bluelake.org/

A Blue Lake representative will be at TSA on Feb 22, from 10-1, to audition students for scholarships to attend the camp. Scholarships often cover half of the cost, so you'll definitely want to audition. Have a short selection prepared. Auditions will be in room 425.

 

KALEIDOSCOPE AUDITION

Mrs. Lefevre, Mrs. Reny, and Mrs. Dauel are looking to put together a Kscope number from Dear Evan Hansen. The number will be "You Will Be Found." Please look for audition notices and music posted on Mrs. Dauel's door and the 3rd floor theatre callboard by Mrs. Lefevre's room. Auditions will take place in the choir room on Tuesday, March 13 after school. We are looking for 12 singers, boys and girls. You will use audition material from the song. See Mrs. Lefevre with any questions.

 

ATTENTION TSA STUDENTS, PARENTS, & CAREGIVERS

 The TSA Parent Organization will host a screening of the film, "Screenagers" on Tuesday, February 20, 2018 at 6:00 pm.  

 

"Screenagers" is about the impact of the digital age on children and how to help them minimize harmful effects and find balance.  

 

Please join the TSA Parent Organization, in the Toledo School for the Arts Attic Theater, on February 20, 2018 at 6:00 pm.

 

ACT PREP

Mr. Szparagowski is holding an ACT prep course in Room 327, Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays (except President’s Day) from 3:10-4:30 p.m.  The cost is $35.  For more information, please contact Mr. Szparagowski at RSzparagowski@ts4arts.org.

 

LIMITLESS REWIND

Limitless Rewind tickets on sale NOW! Join Limitless Dance Company for their 10th Anniversary performance! For the first time ever they will perform for TWO nights at the Valentine Theatre! Wednesday March 7th and Thursday March 8th! Come take a look back at some audience favorites from the past nine years of Limitless!

 

ORDER YOUR YEARBOOK

Have you ordered your yearbook yet?  It’s NOT too late.  Follow the correct link below and order your book today!  We do not order many extra, so be sure to get one today!! Books will be ready for you at schedule pick up in August, that way we don’t miss any of our amazing events.

 

$55 = High School (grades 9-12) - http://www.jostens.com/apps/store/customer/1351581/Toledo-School-for-the-Arts/

 

$45 = Middle School (grades 6-8) -http://www.jostens.com/apps/store/customer/1790836/Toledo-School-for-Arts-JHS/

 

SCHOLARSHIP OPPORTUNITY

Attention Junior and Senior Math Nerds.  If you would like the opportunity to complete in a math competition to win $1,000 to $20,000 dollars please check out this link: https://m3challenge.siam.org/challenge, then email Mr. Szparagowski to let him know if you are interested (rszparagowski@ts4arts.org).  We can create a team of three to five students.  We need to register a team by February 23 to be able to compete.

 

CCP INFORMATION

Attention Juniors interested in CCP:

Please note that the February ACT test date may not return scores in time for colleges to get them for admission processes. Consider taking the Accuplacer instead, to be sure your scores will be received in time. Contact CCP representatives or Mrs. C-J with questions.



THURSDAY 2/15/2018

 

A WILDE CANVAS

Don't miss this upcoming dance production from Wilde Studio. In collaboration with Mrs. Hayes Studio, dance and live art will come together at the Valentine Theatre.

The performance begins at 7:00 pm on Wednesday, February 21 at The Valentine Theatre (410 Adams St., Toledo, OH). Tickets are price based on seating locations; $22, $16, and $10. To order your tickets contact the TSA Box Office at 419-246-8732 x226, or visit ts4arts.org.

 

STUDENT TUTOR OPPORTUNITY

Students who are interested in making a little cash while helping out your fellow classmates please pick up an application to become a tutor.  Applications will be in the 3rd floor office.  Tutors are needed in Study Tables on Tues, Wed, and Thurs from 3-4.  Any questions please see Ms. Hiser or Mrs. Fong.

 

LAW ENFORCEMENT -ARE YOU INTERESTED?

Students who are interested in law enforcement and who would like to have a positive and supportive contact with the Toledo Police are invited to become part of a team using social media to connect TPD to the Toledo community, especially youths. If you're interested email Mr. Saygers dsaygers@ts4arts.org or visit the 4th floor Arts Office for ore info.

 

NEXT YEAR INTERMEDIATE AND ADVANCED HIP HOP DANCERS

If you are taking or on the final audition list for the intermediate or advanced hip hop courses for next year, please come to this mandatory meeting. Meeting information is below:

MANDATORY 2018-2019 HIP HOP COURSE MEETING

When: Friday, February 16th

Time: 3:00PM-3:30PM

 

BLUE LAKE SUMMER CAMP SCHOLARSHIP

Blue Lake Summer Camp is a music, dance, theatre and art summer camp in the Michigan woods. You'll have a chance to an intense experience in your arts field, and spend a week or more with other students who have similar interests, including vocal and instrumental music, dance, music theatre, theatre and visual art. Many TSA students have attended in the past and enjoyed the experience. You can find out more about Blue Lake at https://bluelake.org/

A Blue Lake representative will be at TSA on Feb 22, from 10-1, to audition students for scholarships to attend the camp. Scholarships often cover half of the cost, so you'll definitely want to audition. Have a short selection prepared. Auditions will be in room 425.

 

KALEIDOSCOPE AUDITION

Mrs. Lefevre, Mrs. Reny, and Mrs. Dauel are looking to put together a Kscope number from Dear Evan Hansen. The number will be "You Will Be Found." Please look for audition notices and music posted on Mrs. Dauel's door and the 3rd floor theatre callboard by Mrs. Lefevre's room. Auditions will take place in the choir room on Tuesday, March 13 after school. We are looking for 12 singers, boys and girls. You will use audition material from the song. See Mrs. Lefevre with any questions.

 

ATTENTION TSA STUDENTS, PARENTS, & CAREGIVERS

 The TSA Parent Organization will host a screening of the film, "Screenagers" on Tuesday, February 20, 2018 at 6:00 pm.  

 

"Screenagers" is about the impact of the digital age on children and how to help them minimize harmful effects and find balance.  

 

Please join the TSA Parent Organization, in the Toledo School for the Arts Attic Theater, on February 20, 2018 at 6:00 pm.

 

ACT PREP

Mr. Szparagowski is holding an ACT prep course in Room 327, Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays (except President’s Day) from 3:10-4:30 p.m.  The cost is $35.  For more information, please contact Mr. Szparagowski at RSzparagowski@ts4arts.org.

 

LIMITLESS REWIND

Limitless Rewind tickets on sale NOW! Join Limitless Dance Company for their 10th Anniversary performance! For the first time ever they will perform for TWO nights at the Valentine Theatre! Wednesday March 7th and Thursday March 8th! Come take a look back at some audience favorites from the past nine years of Limitless!

 

ORDER YOUR YEARBOOK

Have you ordered your yearbook yet?  It’s NOT too late.  Follow the correct link below and order your book today!  We do not order many extra, so be sure to get one today!! Books will be ready for you at schedule pick up in August, that way we don’t miss any of our amazing events.

 

$55 = High School (grades 9-12) - http://www.jostens.com/apps/store/customer/1351581/Toledo-School-for-the-Arts/

 

$45 = Middle School (grades 6-8) -http://www.jostens.com/apps/store/customer/1790836/Toledo-School-for-Arts-JHS/

 

SCHOLARSHIP OPPORTUNITY

Attention Junior and Senior Math Nerds.  If you would like the opportunity to complete in a math competition to win $1,000 to $20,000 dollars please check out this link: https://m3challenge.siam.org/challenge, then email Mr. Szparagowski to let him know if you are interested (rszparagowski@ts4arts.org).  We can create a team of three to five students.  We need to register a team by February 23 to be able to compete.

 

CCP INFORMATION

Attention Juniors interested in CCP:

Please note that the February ACT test date may not return scores in time for colleges to get them for admission processes. Consider taking the Accuplacer instead, to be sure your scores will be received in time. Contact CCP representatives or Mrs. C-J with questions.

 


WEDNESDAY 2/14/2018

 

LIMITLESS REWIND

Limitless Rewind tickets on sale NOW! Join Limitless Dance Company for their 10th Anniversary performance! For the first time ever they will perform for TWO nights at the Valentine Theatre! Wednesday March 7th and Thursday March 8th! Come take a look back at some audience favorites from the past nine years of Limitless!

 

STUDENT TUTOR OPPORTUNITY

Students who are interested in making a little cash while helping out your fellow classmates please pick up an application to become a tutor.  Applications will be in the 3rd floor office.  Tutors are needed in Study Tables on Tues, Wed, and Thurs from 3-4.  Any questions please see Ms. Hiser or Mrs. Fong.

 

NEXT YEAR INTERMEDIATE AND ADVANCED HIP HOP DANCERS

If you are taking or on the final audition list for the intermediate or advanced hip hop courses for next year, please come to this mandatory meeting. Meeting information is below:

MANDATORY 2018-2019 HIP HOP COURSE MEETING

When: Friday, February 16th

Time: 3:00PM-3:30PM

 

KALEIDOSCOPE AUDITION

Mrs. Lefevre, Mrs. Reny, and Mrs. Dauel are looking to put together a Kscope number from Dear Evan Hansen. The number will be "You Will Be Found." Please look for audition notices and music posted on Mrs. Dauel's door and the 3rd floor theatre callboard by Mrs. Lefevre's room. Auditions will take place in the choir room on Tuesday, March 13 after school. We are looking for 12 singers, boys and girls. You will use audition material from the song. See Mrs. Lefevre with any questions.

 

ATTENTION TSA STUDENTS, PARENTS, & CAREGIVERS

At the 3:00 pm dismissal, all TSA students are to exit the building through the 2nd floor Loading Dock, except for students who are catching their school bus.

 

All TSA students should be in the Student Commons area or at an approved, supervised school related activity by 3:30 pm.

 

Students are not allowed to linger in the hallways, in the restrooms, or in an unsupervised classroom.  Thank you.

  

ACT PREP

Mr. Szparagowski is holding an ACT prep course in Room 327, Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays (except President’s Day) from 3:10-4:30 p.m.  The cost is $35.  For more information, please contact Mr. Szparagowski at RSzparagowski@ts4arts.org.

 

A WILDE CANVAS

Don't miss this upcoming dance production from Wilde Studio. In collaboration with Mrs. Hayes Studio, dance and live art will come together at the Valentine Theatre.

The performance begins at 7:00pm on Wednesday, February 21 at The Valentine Theatre (410 Adams St., Toledo, OH). Tickets are price based on seating locations; $22, $16, and $10. To order your tickets contact the TSA Box Office at 419-246-8732 x226, or visit ts4arts.org.

 

ORDER YOUR YEARBOOK

Have you ordered your yearbook yet?  It’s NOT too late.  Follow the correct link below and order your book today!  We do not order many extra, so be sure to get one today!! Books will be ready for you at schedule pick up in August, that way we don’t miss any of our amazing events.

 

$55 = High School (grades 9-12) - http://www.jostens.com/apps/store/customer/1351581/Toledo-School-for-the-Arts/

 

$45 = Middle School (grades 6-8) -http://www.jostens.com/apps/store/customer/1790836/Toledo-School-for-Arts-JHS/

 

SCHOLARSHIP OPPORTUNITY

Attention Junior and Senior Math Nerds.  If you would like the opportunity to complete in a math competition to win $1,000 to $20,000 dollars please check out this link: https://m3challenge.siam.org/challenge, then email Mr. Szparagowski to let him know if you are interested (rszparagowski@ts4arts.org).  We can create a team of three to five students.  We need to register a team by February 23 to be able to compete.

CCP INFORMATION

Attention Juniors interested in CCP:

Please note that the February ACT test date may not return scores in time for colleges to get them for admission processes. Consider taking the Accuplacer instead, to be sure your scores will be received in time. Contact CCP representatives or Mrs. C-J with questions.


TUESDAY 2/13/2018

 

STUDENT TUTOR OPPORTUNITY

Students who are interested in making a little cash while helping out your fellow classmates please pick up an application to become a tutor.  Applications will be in the 3rd floor office.  Tutors are needed in Study Tables on Tues, Wed, and Thurs from 3-4.  Any questions please see Ms. Hiser or Mrs. Fong.

 

STUDENTS IN ACTION

Attention students: we are going to try again...Students in Action meeting tomorrow morning in room 312.  See you there!

 

NEXT YEAR INTERMEDIATE AND ADVANCED HIP HOP DANCERS

If you are taking or on the final audition list for the intermediate or advanced hip hop courses for next year, please come to this mandatory meeting. Meeting information is below:

MANDATORY 2018-2019 HIP HOP COURSE MEETING

When: Friday, February 16th

Time: 3:00PM-3:30PM

 

KALEIDOSCOPE AUDITION

Mrs. Lefevre, Mrs. Reny, and Mrs. Dauel are looking to put together a Kscope number from Dear Evan Hansen. The number will be "You Will Be Found." Please look for audition notices and music posted on Mrs. Dauel's door and the 3rd floor theatre callboard by Mrs. Lefevre's room. Auditions will take place in the choir room on Tuesday, March 13 after school. We are looking for 12 singers, boys and girls. You will use audition material from the song. See Mrs. Lefevre with any questions.

 

ATTENTION TSA STUDENTS, PARENTS, & CAREGIVERS

At the 3:00 pm dismissal, all TSA students are to exit the building through the 2nd floor Loading Dock, except for students who are catching their school bus.

 

All TSA students should be in the Student Commons area or at an approved, supervised school related activity by 3:30 pm.

 

Students are not allowed to linger in the hallways, in the restrooms, or in an unsupervised classroom.  Thank you.

 

QUIZ BOWL

The TSA quiz bowl team gained a hard fought victory against SE Division Champion Maumee Valley Country Day School in a home match played at TSA last night by a score of 270 to 185.

 

TSA has already clinched berths in Ohio Regional play, and is once again qualified for a berth in the NAQT Small School National Championship Tournament.    TSA finished the regular season as Great Lake Academic League Champions with a record of 23 wins and 1 loss, and currently has 7 wins and 1 loss in TAAQBL play.

 

ACT PREP

Mr. Szparagowski is holding an ACT prep course in Room 327, Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays (except President’s Day) from 3:10-4:30 p.m.  The cost is $35.  For more information, please contact Mr. Szparagowski at RSzparagowski@ts4arts.org.

 

A WILDE CANVAS

Don't miss this upcoming dance production from Wilde Studio. In collaboration with Mrs. Hayes Studio, dance and live art will come together at the Valentine Theatre.

The performance begins at 7:00pm on Wednesday, February 21 at The Valentine Theatre (410 Adams St., Toledo, OH). Tickets are price based on seating locations; $22, $16, and $10. To order your tickets contact the TSA Box Office at 419-246-8732 x226, or visit ts4arts.org.

 

ORDER YOUR YEARBOOK

Have you ordered your yearbook yet?  It’s NOT too late.  Follow the correct link below and order your book today!  We do not order many extra, so be sure to get one today!! Books will be ready for you at schedule pick up in August, that way we don’t miss any of our amazing events.

 

$55 = High School (grades 9-12) - http://www.jostens.com/apps/store/customer/1351581/Toledo-School-for-the-Arts/

 

$45 = Middle School (grades 6-8) -http://www.jostens.com/apps/store/customer/1790836/Toledo-School-for-Arts-JHS/

 

SCHOLARSHIP OPPORTUNITY

Attention Junior and Senior Math Nerds.  If you would like the opportunity to complete in a math competition to win $1,000 to $20,000 dollars please check out this link: https://m3challenge.siam.org/challenge, then email Mr. Szparagowski to let him know if you are interested (rszparagowski@ts4arts.org).  We can create a team of three to five students.  We need to register a team by February 23 to be able to compete.

 

CCP INFORMATION

Attention Juniors interested in CCP:

Please note that the February ACT test date may not return scores in time for colleges to get them for admission processes. Consider taking the Accuplacer instead, to be sure your scores will be received in time. Contact CCP representatives or Mrs. C-J with questions.

 


MONDAY 2/12/2018

 

ATTENTION SENIOR CLASS OF 2018

All senior pictures, quotes and baby pictures are due to Mrs. Henderson on February 13th before 3:00!  If you have questions see her in room 312 or email her at jhenderson@ts4arts.org.  All materials may be emailed or hand delivered or a combination of both!!!

 

KALEIDOSCOPE AUDITION

Mrs. Lefevre, Mrs. Reny, and Mrs. Dauel are looking to put together a Kscope number from Dear Evan Hansen. The number will be "You Will Be Found." Please look for audition notices and music posted on Mrs. Dauel's door and the 3rd floor theatre callboard by Mrs. Lefevre's room. Auditions will take place in the choir room on Tuesday, March 13 after school. We are looking for 12 singers, boys and girls. You will use audition material from the song. See Mrs. Lefevre with any questions.

 

ATTENTION TSA STUDENTS, PARENTS, & CAREGIVERS

At the 3:00 pm dismissal, all TSA students are to exit the building through the 2nd floor Loading Dock, except for students who are catching their school bus.

 

All TSA students should be in the Student Commons area or at an approved, supervised school related activity by 3:30 pm.

 

Students are not allowed to linger in the hallways, in the restrooms, or in an unsupervised classroom.  Thank you.

 

QUIZ BOWL

The TSA quiz bowl team gained a hard fought victory against SE Division Champion Maumee Valley Country Day School in a home match played at TSA last night by a score of 270 to 185.

 

TSA has already clinched berths in Ohio Regional play, and is once again qualified for a berth in the NAQT Small School National Championship Tournament.    TSA finished the regular season as Great Lake Academic League Champions with a record of 23 wins and 1 loss, and currently has 7 wins and 1 loss in TAAQBL play.

 

ACT PREP

Mr. Szparagowski is holding an ACT prep course in Room 327, Monday’s, Wednesday’s and Friday’s (except President’s Day) from 3:10-4:30 p.m.  The cost is $35.  For more information, please contact Mr. Szparagowski at RSzparagowski@ts4arts.org.

 

A WILDE CANVAS

Don't miss this upcoming dance production from Wilde Studio. In collaboration with Mrs. Hayes Studio, dance and live art will come together at the Valentine Theatre.

The performance begins at 7:00pm on Wednesday, February 21 at The Valentine Theatre (410 Adams St., Toledo, OH). Tickets are price based on seating locations; $22, $16, and $10. To order your tickets contact the TSA Box Office at 419-246-8732 x226, or visit ts4arts.org.

 

ORDER YOUR YEARBOOK

Have you ordered your yearbook yet?  It’s NOT too late.  Follow the correct link below and order your book today!  We do not order many extra, so be sure to get one today!! Books will be ready for you at schedule pick up in August, that way we don’t miss any of our amazing events.

 

$55 = High School (grades 9-12) - http://www.jostens.com/apps/store/customer/1351581/Toledo-School-for-the-Arts/

 

$45 = Middle School (grades 6-8) -http://www.jostens.com/apps/store/customer/1790836/Toledo-School-for-Arts-JHS/

 

SCHOLARSHIP OPPORTUNITY

Attention Junior and Senior Math Nerds.  If you would like the opportunity to complete in a math competition to win $1,000 to $20,000 dollars please check out this link: https://m3challenge.siam.org/challenge, then email Mr. Szparagowski to let him know if you are interested (rszparagowski@ts4arts.org).  We can create a team of three to five students.  We need to register a team by February 23 to be able to compete.

 

CCP INFORMATION

Attention Juniors interested in CCP:

Please note that the February ACT test date may not return scores in time for colleges to get them for admission processes. Consider taking the Accuplacer instead, to be sure your scores will be received in time. Contact CCP representatives or Mrs. C-J with questions.


THURSDAY 2/8/2018

 

ATTENTION SENIOR CLASS OF 2018

All senior pictures, quotes and baby pictures are due to Mrs. Henderson on February 13th before 3:00!  If you have questions see her in room 312 or email her at jhenderson@ts4arts.org.  All materials may be emailed or hand delivered or a combination of both!!!

 

NATIONAL SCHOOL COUNSELING WEEK

Congratulations to the winners of the Lego block contest: Amelia Curtis and Laraya Parker. They both guessed 180 Lego blocks. The actual number of blocks in the jar was 183. The winners will receive elevator passes for next week. Thank you for everyone who guessed during lunch on Monday. Happy National School Counseling Week!

 

ATTENTION TSA STUDENTS, PARENTS, & CAREGIVERS

At the 3:00 pm dismissal, all TSA students are to exit the building through the 2nd floor Loading Dock, except for students who are catching their school bus.

 

All TSA students should be in the Student Commons area or at an approved, supervised school related activity by 3:30 pm.

 

Students are not allowed to linger in the hallways, in the restrooms, or in an unsupervised classroom.  Thank you.

 

QUIZ BOWL

The TSA quiz bowl team gained a hard fought victory against SE Division Champion Maumee Valley Country Day School in a home match played at TSA last night by a score of 270 to 185.

 

TSA has already clinched berths in Ohio Regional play, and is once again qualified for a berth in the NAQT Small School National Championship Tournament.    TSA finished the regular season as Great Lake Academic League Champions with a record of 23 wins and 1 loss, and currently has 7 wins and 1 loss in TAAQBL play.

 

ACT PREP

Mr. Szparagowski is holding an ACT prep course in Room 327, Monday’s, Wednesday’s and Friday’s (except President’s Day) from 3:10-4:30 p.m.  The cost is $35.  For more information, please contact Mr. Szparagowski at RSzparagowski@ts4arts.org.

 

THE WITCHES

Get Your Tickets For Witches TODAY

Don’t miss the Junior High play Witches, by Roald Dahl and David Wood at the Toledo Rep’s 10th Street Theater Thursday Feb 8th, 9th, and 10th at 7:00pm and Sun Feb 11th at 2:30pm. This play incorporates student-created animation, lights, costumes and make-up effects with live action to bring to life Dahl’s classic story. The Witches are nothing like the ones who wear pointed hats and fly on broomsticks – they look very much like ordinary women, which helps their deception. The play offers many opportunities for illusions and humor provided by the vulgar Jenkins family, whose son, Bruno, also becomes a mouse. Tickets are $16 for adults and $10 for students and seniors. Buy your tickets at the TSA Box Office or on-line at ts4arts.org.

 

A WILDE CANVAS

Don't miss this upcoming dance production from Wilde Studio. In collaboration with Mrs. Hayes Studio, dance and live art will come together at the Valentine Theatre.

The performance begins at 7:00pm on Wednesday, February 21 at The Valentine Theatre (410 Adams St., Toledo, OH). Tickets are price based on seating locations; $22, $16, and $10. To order your tickets contact the TSA Box Office at 419-246-8732 x226, or visit ts4arts.org.

 

ORDER YOUR YEARBOOK

Have you ordered your yearbook yet?  It’s NOT too late.  Follow the correct link below and order your book today!  We do not order many extra, so be sure to get one today!! Books will be ready for you at schedule pick up in August, that way we don’t miss any of our amazing events.

 

$55 = High School (grades 9-12) - http://www.jostens.com/apps/store/customer/1351581/Toledo-School-for-the-Arts/

 

$45 = Middle School (grades 6-8) -http://www.jostens.com/apps/store/customer/1790836/Toledo-School-for-Arts-JHS/

 

SCHOLARSHIP OPPORTUNITY

Attention Junior and Senior Math Nerds.  If you would like the opportunity to complete in a math competition to win $1,000 to $20,000 dollars please check out this link: https://m3challenge.siam.org/challenge, then email Mr. Szparagowski to let him know if you are interested (rszparagowski@ts4arts.org).  We can create a team of three to five students.  We need to register a team by February 23 to be able to compete.

 

CCP INFORMATION

Attention Juniors interested in CCP:

Please note that the February ACT test date may not return scores in time for colleges to get them for admission processes. Consider taking the Accuplacer instead, to be sure your scores will be received in time. Contact CCP representatives or Mrs. C-J with questions.

 


WEDNESDAY 2/7/2018

 

STUDENTS IN ACTION

High School Students - please come and join Students in Action tomorrow, February 7th in room 312 with Mrs. Henderson.  We have a couple of new ideas, but would love to hear from you!  Please join us at 7:30 a.m. Wednesday February 7th.

 

QUIZ BOWL

The TSA quiz bowl team gained a hard fought victory against SE Division Champion Maumee Valley Country Day School in a home match played at TSA last night by a score of 270 to 185.

 

TSA has already clinched berths in Ohio Regional play, and is once again qualified for a berth in the NAQT Small School National Championship Tournament. TSA finished the regular season as Great Lake Academic League Champions with a record of 23 wins and 1 loss, and currently has 7 wins and 1 loss in TAAQBL play.

 

ACT PREP

Mr. Szparagowski is holding an ACT prep course in Room 327, Monday’s, Wednesday’s and Friday’s (except President’s Day) from 3:10-4:30 p.m.  The cost is $35.  For more information, please contact Mr. Szparagowski at RSzparagowski@ts4arts.org.

 

THE WITCHES

Get Your Tickets For Witches TODAY

Don’t miss the Junior High play Witches, by Roald Dahl and David Wood at the Toledo Rep’s 10th Street Theater Thursday Feb 8th, 9th, and 10th at 7:00pm and Sun Feb 11th at 2:30pm. This play incorporates student-created animation, lights, costumes and make-up effects with live action to bring to life Dahl’s classic story. The Witches are nothing like the ones who wear pointed hats and fly on broomsticks – they look very much like ordinary women, which helps their deception. The play offers many opportunities for illusions and humor provided by the vulgar Jenkins family, whose son, Bruno, also becomes a mouse. Tickets are $16 for adults and $10 for students and seniors. Buy your tickets at the TSA Box Office or on-line at ts4arts.org.

 

A WILDE CANVAS

Don't miss this upcoming dance production from Wilde Studio. In collaboration with Mrs. Hayes Studio, dance and live art will come together at the Valentine Theatre.

The performance begins at 7:00pm on Wednesday, February 21 at The Valentine Theatre (410 Adams St., Toledo, OH). Tickets are price based on seating locations; $22, $16, and $10. To order your tickets contact the TSA Box Office at 419-246-8732 x226, or visit ts4arts.org.

 

ORDER YOUR YEARBOOK

Have you ordered your yearbook yet?  It’s NOT too late.  Follow the correct link below and order your book today!  We do not order many extra, so be sure to get one today!! Books will be ready for you at schedule pick up in August, that way we don’t miss any of our amazing events.

 

$55 = High School (grades 9-12) - http://www.jostens.com/apps/store/customer/1351581/Toledo-School-for-the-Arts/

 

$45 = Middle School (grades 6-8) -http://www.jostens.com/apps/store/customer/1790836/Toledo-School-for-Arts-JHS/

 

SCHOLARSHIP OPPORTUNITY

Attention Junior and Senior Math Nerds.  If you would like the opportunity to complete in a math competition to win $1,000 to $20,000 dollars please check out this link: https://m3challenge.siam.org/challenge, then email Mr. Szparagowski to let him know if you are interested (rszparagowski@ts4arts.org).  We can create a team of three to five students.  We need to register a team by February 23 to be able to compete.

 

CCP INFORMATION

Attention Juniors interested in CCP:

Please note that the February ACT test date may not return scores in time for colleges to get them for admission processes. Consider taking the Accuplacer instead, to be sure your scores will be received in time. Contact CCP representatives or Mrs. C-J with questions.


TUESDAY 2/6/2018

 

STUDENTS IN ACTION

High School Students - please come and join Students in Action tomorrow, February 7th in room 312 with Mrs. Henderson.  We have a couple of new ideas, but would love to hear from you!  Please join us at 7:30 a.m. Wednesday February 7th.

 

QUIZ BOWL

The TSA quiz bowl team gained a hard fought victory against SE Division Champion Maumee Valley Country Day School in a home match played at TSA last night by a score of 270 to 185.

 

TSA has already clinched berths in Ohio Regional play, and is once again qualified for a berth in the NAQT Small School National Championship Tournament. TSA finished the regular season as Great Lake Academic League Champions with a record of 23 wins and 1 loss, and currently has 7 wins and 1 loss in TAAQBL play.

 

ACT PREP

Mr. Szparagowski is holding an ACT prep course in Room 327, Monday’s, Wednesday’s and Friday’s (except President’s Day) from 3:10-4:30 p.m.  The cost is $35.  For more information, please contact Mr. Szparagowski at RSzparagowski@ts4arts.org.

 

THE WITCHES

Get Your Tickets For Witches TODAY

Don’t miss the Junior High play Witches, by Roald Dahl and David Wood at the Toledo Rep’s 10th Street Theater Thursday Feb 8th, 9th, and 10th at 7:00pm and Sun Feb 11th at 2:30pm. This play incorporates student-created animation, lights, costumes and make-up effects with live action to bring to life Dahl’s classic story. The Witches are nothing like the ones who wear pointed hats and fly on broomsticks – they look very much like ordinary women, which helps their deception. The play offers many opportunities for illusions and humor provided by the vulgar Jenkins family, whose son, Bruno, also becomes a mouse. Tickets are $16 for adults and $10 for students and seniors. Buy your tickets at the TSA Box Office or on-line at ts4arts.org.

 

A WILDE CANVAS

Don't miss this upcoming dance production from Wilde Studio. In collaboration with Mrs. Hayes Studio, dance and live art will come together at the Valentine Theatre.

The performance begins at 7:00pm on Wednesday, February 21 at The Valentine Theatre (410 Adams St., Toledo, OH). Tickets are price based on seating locations; $22, $16, and $10. To order your tickets contact the TSA Box Office at 419-246-8732 x226, or visit ts4arts.org.

 

ORDER YOUR YEARBOOK

Have you ordered your yearbook yet?  It’s NOT too late.  Follow the correct link below and order your book today!  We do not order many extra, so be sure to get one today!! Books will be ready for you at schedule pick up in August, that way we don’t miss any of our amazing events.

 

$55 = High School (grades 9-12) - http://www.jostens.com/apps/store/customer/1351581/Toledo-School-for-the-Arts/

 

$45 = Middle School (grades 6-8) -http://www.jostens.com/apps/store/customer/1790836/Toledo-School-for-Arts-JHS/

 

SCHOLARSHIP OPPORTUNITY

Attention Junior and Senior Math Nerds.  If you would like the opportunity to complete in a math competition to win $1,000 to $20,000 dollars please check out this link: https://m3challenge.siam.org/challenge, then email Mr. Szparagowski to let him know if you are interested (rszparagowski@ts4arts.org).  We can create a team of three to five students.  We need to register a team by February 23 to be able to compete.

 

CCP INFORMATION

Attention Juniors interested in CCP:

Please note that the February ACT test date may not return scores in time for colleges to get them for admission processes. Consider taking the Accuplacer instead, to be sure your scores will be received in time. Contact CCP representatives or Mrs. C-J with questions.

 


MONDAY 2/5/2018

 

STUDENTS IN ACTION

High School Students - please come and join Students in Action this Wednesday February 7th in room 312 with Mrs. Henderson.  We have a couple of new ideas, but would love to hear from you!  Please join us at 7:30 a.m. Wednesday February 7th.

 

THE WITCHES

Get Your Tickets For Witches TODAY

Don’t miss the Junior High play Witches, by Roald Dahl and David Wood at the Toledo Rep’s 10th Street Theater Thursday Feb 8th, 9th, and 10th at 7:00pm and Sun Feb 11th at 2:30pm. This play incorporates student-created animation, lights, costumes and make-up effects with live action to bring to life Dahl’s classic story. The Witches are nothing like the ones who wear pointed hats and fly on broomsticks – they look very much like ordinary women, which helps their deception. The play offers many opportunities for illusions and humor provided by the vulgar Jenkins family, whose son, Bruno, also becomes a mouse. Tickets are $16 for adults and $10 for students and seniors. Buy your tickets at the TSA Box Office or on-line at ts4arts.org.

 

A WILDE CANVAS

Don't miss this upcoming dance production from Wilde Studio. In collaboration with Mrs. Hayes Studio, dance and live art will come together at the Valentine Theatre.

The performance begins at 7:00pm on Wednesday, February 21 at The Valentine Theatre (410 Adams St., Toledo, OH). Tickets are price based on seating locations; $22, $16, and $10. To order your tickets contact the TSA Box Office at 419-246-8732 x226, or visit ts4arts.org.

 

ORDER YOUR YEARBOOK

Have you ordered your yearbook yet?  It’s NOT too late.  Follow the correct link below and order your book today!  We do not order many extra, so be sure to get one today!! Books will be ready for you at schedule pick up in August, that way we don’t miss any of our amazing events.

 

$55 = High School (grades 9-12) - http://www.jostens.com/apps/store/customer/1351581/Toledo-School-for-the-Arts/

 

$45 = Middle School (grades 6-8) -http://www.jostens.com/apps/store/customer/1790836/Toledo-School-for-Arts-JHS/

 

SCHOLARSHIP OPPORTUNITY

Attention Junior and Senior Math Nerds.  If you would like the opportunity to complete in a math competition to win $1,000 to $20,000 dollars please check out this link: https://m3challenge.siam.org/challenge, then email Mr. Szparagowski to let him know if you are interested (rszparagowski@ts4arts.org).  We can create a team of three to five students.  We need to register a team by February 23 to be able to compete.

 

CCP INFORMATION

Attention Juniors interested in CCP:

Please note that the February ACT test date may not return scores in time for colleges to get them for admission processes. Consider taking the Accuplacer instead, to be sure your scores will be received in time. Contact CCP representatives or Mrs. C-J with questions.


FRIDAY 2/2/2018

 

STUDENTS IN ACTION

High School Students - please come and join Students in Action this Wednesday February 7th in room 312 with Mrs. Henderson.  We have a couple of new ideas, but would love to hear from you!  Please join us at 7:30 a.m. Wednesday February 7th.

 

THE WITCHES

Get Your Tickets For Witches TODAY

Don’t miss the Junior High play Witches, by Roald Dahl and David Wood at the Toledo Rep’s 10th Street Theater Thursday Feb 8th, 9th, and 10th at 7:00pm and Sun Feb 11th at 2:30pm. This play incorporates student-created animation, lights, costumes and make-up effects with live action to bring to life Dahl’s classic story. The Witches are nothing like the ones who wear pointed hats and fly on broomsticks – they look very much like ordinary women, which helps their deception. The play offers many opportunities for illusions and humor provided by the vulgar Jenkins family, whose son, Bruno, also becomes a mouse. Tickets are $16 for adults and $10 for students and seniors. Buy your tickets at the TSA Box Office or on-line at ts4arts.org.

 

A WILDE CANVAS

Don't miss this upcoming dance production from Wilde Studio. In collaboration with Mrs. Hayes Studio, dance and live art will come together at the Valentine Theatre.

The performance begins at 7:00pm on Wednesday, February 21 at The Valentine Theatre (410 Adams St., Toledo, OH). Tickets are price based on seating locations; $22, $16, and $10. To order your tickets contact the TSA Box Office at 419-246-8732 x226, or visit ts4arts.org.

 

ORDER YOUR YEARBOOK

Have you ordered your yearbook yet?  It’s NOT too late.  Follow the correct link below and order your book today!  We do not order many extra, so be sure to get one today!! Books will be ready for you at schedule pick up in August, that way we don’t miss any of our amazing events.

 

$55 = High School (grades 9-12) - http://www.jostens.com/apps/store/customer/1351581/Toledo-School-for-the-Arts/

 

$45 = Middle School (grades 6-8) -http://www.jostens.com/apps/store/customer/1790836/Toledo-School-for-Arts-JHS/

 

SCHOLARSHIP OPPORTUNITY

Attention Junior and Senior Math Nerds.  If you would like the opportunity to complete in a math competition to win $1,000 to $20,000 dollars please check out this link: https://m3challenge.siam.org/challenge, then email Mr. Szparagowski to let him know if you are interested (rszparagowski@ts4arts.org).  We can create a team of three to five students.  We need to register a team by February 23 to be able to compete.

 

CCP INFORMATION

Attention Juniors interested in CCP:

Please note that the February ACT test date may not return scores in time for colleges to get them for admission processes. Consider taking the Accuplacer instead, to be sure your scores will be received in time. Contact CCP representatives or Mrs. C-J with questions.

 

ATTENTION 6TH 7TH and 8TH GRADERS


THURSDAY 2/1/2018

 

CLASS AUDITIONS

The MUSICAL THEATRE CLASS and INTERMEDIATE ACTING auditions will be held tomorrow during the morning ACTIVITY PERIOD. Please ask your 2nd hour teacher if you may be excused to come to room 331 during this time to present your audition and then return immediately to class.

If you are involved in First Friday please email Ms. Quinlan at jquinlan@ts4arts.org ASAP to discuss an alternate time THAT DAY for your audition.

Thanks for your patience and flexibility!

Requirements:

For Musical Theatre--this class is open to students who will be in 9th-12 grades next year, with preference given to students planning to complete a Musical Theatre Major Certificate, and/or those who have successfully completed choir and at least one acting class at TSA. Please prepare 16-32 bars of a song from a musical (memorized) and bring an accompaniment track cued up to your starting place. Speakers will be provided.

For Intermediate Acting-- this class is open to students in grades 11 and 12 only, who have successfully completed Theatre Arts 2 at TSA. Please prepare a one minute monologue from a play (memorized)."

 

A WILDE CANVAS

Don't miss this upcoming dance production from Wilde Studio. In collaboration with Mrs. Hayes Studio, dance and live art will come together at the Valentine Theatre.

The performance begins at 7:00pm on Wednesday, February 21 at The Valentine Theatre (410 Adams St., Toledo, OH). Tickets are price based on seating locations; $22, $16, and $10. To order your tickets contact the TSA Box Office at 419-246-8732 x226, or visit ts4arts.org.

 

ORDER YOUR YEARBOOK

Have you ordered your yearbook yet?  It’s NOT too late.  Follow the correct link below and order your book today!  We do not order many extra, so be sure to get one today!! Books will be ready for you at schedule pick up in August, that way we don’t miss any of our amazing events.

 

$55 = High School (grades 9-12) - http://www.jostens.com/apps/store/customer/1351581/Toledo-School-for-the-Arts/

 

$45 = Middle School (grades 6-8) -http://www.jostens.com/apps/store/customer/1790836/Toledo-School-for-Arts-JHS/

SCHOLARSHIP OPPORTUNITY

Attention Junior and Senior Math Nerds.  If you would like the opportunity to complete in a math competition to win $1,000 to $20,000 dollars please check out this link: https://m3challenge.siam.org/challenge, then email Mr. Szparagowski to let him know if you are interested (rszparagowski@ts4arts.org).  We can create a team of three to five students.  We need to register a team by February 23 to be able to compete.

 

CCP INFORMATION

Attention Juniors interested in CCP:

Please note that the February ACT test date may not return scores in time for colleges to get them for admission processes. Consider taking the Accuplacer instead, to be sure your scores will be received in time. Contact CCP representatives or Mrs. C-J with questions.

 

ATTENTION 6TH 7TH and 8TH GRADERS


WEDNESDAY 1/31/2018

 

IMPORTANT 18-19 SCHEDULING INFORMATION

ATTENTION 6th-11th GRADERS:  Don’t forget that all forms are due either January 31 or February 1st as indicated on the registration form you have received.    

·      Mrs. Hough will begin scheduling appointments with your counselor at the end of this week, from the completed registration forms received.    

·      Be sure to check your email, as Mrs. Hough will send you an email when your appointment has been scheduled.

·      Please add a reminder to your iPad and be prompt.

·       If you cannot make your scheduled time, please let Mrs. Hough (JHough@ts4arts.org) know right away.

 

CLASS AUDITIONS

The MUSICAL THEATRE CLASS and INTERMEDIATE ACTING auditions will be held during the Friday morning ACTIVITY PERIOD. Please ask your 2nd hour teacher if you may be excused to come to room 331 during this time to present your audition and then return immediately to class.

If you are involved in First Friday please email Ms. Quinlan at jquinlan@ts4arts.org ASAP to discuss an alternate time THAT DAY for your audition.

Thanks for your patience and flexibility!

Requirements:

For Musical Theatre--this class is open to students who will be in 9th-12 grades next year, with preference given to students planning to complete a Musical Theatre Major Certificate, and/or those who have successfully completed choir and at least one acting class at TSA. Please prepare 16-32 bars of a song from a musical (memorized) and bring an accompaniment track cued up to your starting place. Speakers will be provided.

For Intermediate Acting-- this class is open to students in grades 11 and 12 only, who have successfully completed Theatre Arts 2 at TSA. Please prepare a one minute monologue from a play (memorized)."

 

A WILDE CANVAS

Don't miss this upcoming dance production from Wilde Studio. In collaboration with Mrs. Hayes Studio, dance and live art will come together at the Valentine Theatre.

The performance begins at 7:00pm on Wednesday, February 21 at The Valentine Theatre (410 Adams St., Toledo, OH). Tickets are price based on seating locations; $22, $16, and $10. To order your tickets contact the TSA Box Office at 419-246-8732 x226, or visit ts4arts.org.

 

ORDER YOUR YEARBOOK

Have you ordered your yearbook yet?  It’s NOT too late.  Follow the correct link below and order your book today!  We do not order many extra, so be sure to get one today!! Books will be ready for you at schedule pick up in August, that way we don’t miss any of our amazing events.

 

$55 = High School (grades 9-12) - http://www.jostens.com/apps/store/customer/1351581/Toledo-School-for-the-Arts/

 

$45 = Middle School (grades 6-8) -http://www.jostens.com/apps/store/customer/1790836/Toledo-School-for-Arts-JHS/

 

TOLEDO SYMPHONY

The Toledo Symphony is offering student tickets to a really fun program on Feb 2-3. You can see Holst's Planets, one of the most entertaining classical pieces to hear in concert. Musical settings that describe all the planets - even Pluto! Tickets are only $2 for students and adults who go with them. Its gonna be a TSA party with the TSO so get your tickets from the 4th Floor Arts Office now!

 

SCHOLARSHIP OPPORTUNITY

Attention Junior and Senior Math Nerds.  If you would like the opportunity to complete in a math competition to win $1,000 to $20,000 dollars please check out this link: https://m3challenge.siam.org/challenge, then email Mr. Szparagowski to let him know if you are interested (rszparagowski@ts4arts.org).  We can create a team of three to five students.  We need to register a team by February 23 to be able to compete.

 

CCP INFORMATION

Attention Juniors interested in CCP:

Please note that the February ACT test date may not return scores in time for colleges to get them for admission processes. Consider taking the Accuplacer instead, to be sure your scores will be received in time. Contact CCP representatives or Mrs. C-J with questions.

 

JOIN TSA STRINGS!

"It's where you make your best friends!"

Have you ever wanted to try violin, viola, Cello or bass? Come join TSA Strings!

No experience necessary. We start at the Beginning!

Many 7th graders as well as older students start in Beginning Orchestra

Instruments provided free of charge!

Full year elective with 3 or more concerts per year!

Pathway to vocational String Quartet and Mariachi ensembles!

Advanced Strings travel yearly to Disney, Washington DC, Chicago, Cleveland, Cedar Point, NYC and more!

Questions? Ask Mrs. Anderson danderson@ts4arts.org

Join the schoology group Code: 9Q92J-8TMN5

 

ATTENTION 6TH 7TH and 8TH GRADERS


TUESDAY 1/30/2018

 

IMPORTANT 18-19 SCHEDULING INFORMATION

ATTENTION 6th-11th GRADERS:  Don’t forget that all forms are due either January 31 or February 1st as indicated on the registration form you have received.    

·      Mrs. Hough will begin scheduling appointments with your counselor at the end of this week, from the completed registration forms received.    

·      Be sure to check your email, as Mrs. Hough will send you an email when your appointment has been scheduled.

·      Please add a reminder to your iPad and be prompt.

·       If you cannot make your scheduled time, please let Mrs. Hough (JHough@ts4arts.org) know right away.

 

ORDER YOUR YEARBOOK

Have you ordered your yearbook yet?  It’s NOT too late.  Follow the correct link below and order your book today!  We do not order many extra, so be sure to get one today!! Books will be ready for you at schedule pick up in August, that way we don’t miss any of our amazing events.

 

$55 = High School (grades 9-12) - http://www.jostens.com/apps/store/customer/1351581/Toledo-School-for-the-Arts/

 

$45 = Middle School (grades 6-8) -http://www.jostens.com/apps/store/customer/1790836/Toledo-School-for-Arts-JHS/

 

TOLEDO SYMPHONY

The Toledo Symphony is offering student tickets to a really fun program on Feb 2-3. You can see Holst's Planets, one of the most entertaining classical pieces to hear in concert. Musical settings that describe all the planets - even Pluto! Tickets are only $2 for students and adults who go with them. Its gonna be a TSA party with the TSO so get your tickets from the 4th Floor Arts Office now!

 

SCHOLARSHIP OPPORTUNITY

Attention Junior and Senior Math Nerds.  If you would like the opportunity to complete in a math competition to win $1,000 to $20,000 dollars please check out this link: https://m3challenge.siam.org/challenge, then email Mr. Szparagowski to let him know if you are interested (rszparagowski@ts4arts.org).  We can create a team of three to five students.  We need to register a team by February 23 to be able to compete.

 

CLASS AUDITIONS

**Class Auditions have been postponed. Please look for the date/time in the announcements later this week.**

"Auditions for next year's MUSICAL THEATRE CLASS and INTERMEDIATE ACTING will be held on TBD in room 331. If you are unable to attend at that time, please email Ms. Quinlan at jquinlan@ts4arts.org ASAP.

Requirements:

For Musical Theatre--this class is open to students who will be in 9th-12 grades next year, with preference given to students planning to complete a Musical Theatre Major Certificate, and/or those who have successfully completed choir and at least one acting class at TSA. Please prepare 16-32 bars of a song from a musical (memorized) and bring an accompaniment track cued up to your starting place. Speakers will be provided.

For Intermediate Acting-- this class is open to students in grades 11 and 12 only, who have successfully completed Theatre Arts 2 at TSA. Please prepare a one minute monologue from a play (memorized)."

 

CCP INFORMATION

Attention Juniors interested in CCP:

Please note that the February ACT test date may not return scores in time for colleges to get them for admission processes. Consider taking the Accuplacer instead, to be sure your scores will be received in time. Contact CCP representatives or Mrs. C-J with questions.

 

JOIN TSA STRINGS!

"It's where you make your best friends!"

Have you ever wanted to try violin, viola, Cello or bass? Come join TSA Strings!

No experience necessary. We start at the Beginning!

Many 7th graders as well as older students start in Beginning Orchestra

Instruments provided free of charge!

Full year elective with 3 or more concerts per year!

Pathway to vocational String Quartet and Mariachi ensembles!

Advanced Strings travel yearly to Disney, Washington DC, Chicago, Cleveland, Cedar Point, NYC and more!

Questions? Ask Mrs. Anderson danderson@ts4arts.org

Join the schoology group Code: 9Q92J-8TMN5

 

COMPOSITION WORKSHOP

Every Tuesday After School January 23-Feb 20

Interested in Writing Songs or Instrumental Compositions? Arrangements of Music you like? Musical Pieces for you and your friends to play together? Join us for a weekly session where we will write, discuss and perform your music! Each week there will be a new idea for a short piece you will write for the next week’s session. At the end of February you will have written 4 or 5 pieces of music, and gotten to hear them played live! Join Us Each Week in Room 414!

 

IMPROV NIGHT

Hey TSA students and staff! Ready to laugh your faces off?

Improv Night is TONIGHT at 7:00pm. This is our big fundraiser for the New York Trip and this year we have 41 people going. Help us get there by watching and voting for your most hilarious TSA teacher! Watch Mr. Longacre, Mr. Randolph, Mrs. Gogel, Mr. Johnson, Ms. Brandon, Mrs. Hayes, Mr. Moyer, Mrs. Horvath, and Mrs. Campbell-Johannes compete for TSA’s funniest teacher. And we’ve gotten so big, we’ve moved to a new location. Check out the poster below and we hope to see you there


MONDAY 1/29/2018

 

ORDER YOUR YEARBOOK

Have you ordered your yearbook yet?  It’s NOT too late.  Follow the correct link below and order your book today!  We do not order many extra, so be sure to get one today!! Books will be ready for you at schedule pick up in August, that way we don’t miss any of our amazing events.

 

$55 = High School (grades 9-12) - http://www.jostens.com/apps/store/customer/1351581/Toledo-School-for-the-Arts/

 

$45 = Middle School (grades 6-8) -http://www.jostens.com/apps/store/customer/1790836/Toledo-School-for-Arts-JHS/

 

TOLEDO SYMPHONY

The Toledo Symphony is offering student tickets to a really fun program on Feb 2-3. You can see Holst's Planets, one of the most entertaining classical pieces to hear in concert. Musical settings that describe all the planets - even Pluto! Tickets are only $2 for students and adults who go with them. Its gonna be a TSA party with the TSO so get your tickets from the 4th Floor Arts Office now!

 

MUSEUM GLASS CLASSES

High School students, I have a limited number of openings for the Museum Glass Classes at the Toledo Museum of Art for this semester. These classes are free, but they require a commitment from you to attend all the classes. The classes meet on Fridays from 4:00 - 6:00 in the Glass Pavilion. You need to arrange your own transportation to the museum, and to be picked up from there at 6:00pm. The classes do not meet during our Spring break, but do meet all other Fridays starting January 19th through May 18th. If you are interested in joining this amazing free opportunity, please contact Ms. Ferguson ASAP (email - lferguson@ts4arts.org or stop by the 4th floor office). The spaces will be filled on a first come first serve basis. If you are a Junior High student and are interested in being put on a list for future glass class opportunities, let Ms. Ferguson know of your interest.

 

SCHOLARSHIP OPPORTUNITY

Attention Junior and Senior Math Nerds.  If you would like the opportunity to complete in a math competition to win $1,000 to $20,000 dollars please check out this link: https://m3challenge.siam.org/challenge, then email Mr. Szparagowski to let him know if you are interested (rszparagowski@ts4arts.org).  We can create a team of three to five students.  We need to register a team by February 23 to be able to compete.

 

CLASS AUDITIONS

**Class Auditions have been postponed. Please look for the date/time in the announcements later this week.**

"Auditions for next year's MUSICAL THEATRE CLASS and INTERMEDIATE ACTING will be held on TBD in room 331. If you are unable to attend at that time, please email Ms. Quinlan at jquinlan@ts4arts.org ASAP.

Requirements:

For Musical Theatre--this class is open to students who will be in 9th-12 grades next year, with preference given to students planning to complete a Musical Theatre Major Certificate, and/or those who have successfully completed choir and at least one acting class at TSA. Please prepare 16-32 bars of a song from a musical (memorized) and bring an accompaniment track cued up to your starting place. Speakers will be provided.

For Intermediate Acting-- this class is open to students in grades 11 and 12 only, who have successfully completed Theatre Arts 2 at TSA. Please prepare a one minute monologue from a play (memorized)."

 

CCP INFORMATION

Attention Juniors interested in CCP:

Please note that the February ACT test date may not return scores in time for colleges to get them for admission processes. Consider taking the Accuplacer instead, to be sure your scores will be received in time. Contact CCP representatives or Mrs. C-J with questions.

 

JOIN TSA STRINGS!

"It's where you make your best friends!"

Have you ever wanted to try violin, viola, Cello or bass? Come join TSA Strings!

No experience necessary. We start at the Beginning!

Many 7th graders as well as older students start in Beginning Orchestra

Instruments provided free of charge!

Full year elective with 3 or more concerts per year!

Pathway to vocational String Quartet and Mariachi ensembles!

Advanced Strings travel yearly to Disney, Washington DC, Chicago, Cleveland, Cedar Point, NYC and more!

Questions? Ask Mrs. Anderson danderson@ts4arts.org

Join the schoology group Code: 9Q92J-8TMN5

 

COMPOSITION WORKSHOP

Every Tuesday After School January 23-Feb 20

Interested in Writing Songs or Instrumental Compositions? Arrangements of Music you like? Musical Pieces for you and your friends to play together? Join us for a weekly session where we will write, discuss and perform your music! Each week there will be a new idea for a short piece you will write for the next week’s session. At the end of February you will have written 4 or 5 pieces of music, and gotten to hear them played live! Join Us Each Week in Room 414!

 

IMPROV NIGHT

Hey TSA students and staff! Ready to laugh your faces off?

Improv Night is tomorrow at 7:00pm. This is our big fundraiser for the New York Trip and this year we have 41 people going. Help us get there by watching and voting for your most hilarious TSA teacher! Watch Mr. Longacre, Mr. Randolph, Mrs. Gogel, Mr. Johnson, Ms. Brandon, Mrs. Hayes, Mr. Moyer, Mrs. Horvath, and Mrs. Campbell-Johannes compete for TSA’s funniest teacher. And we’ve gotten so big, we’ve moved to a new location. Check out the poster below and we hope to see you there!


FRIDAY 1/26/2018

 

MORNING DROP OFF

This is a reminder that students must enter the building through the loading dock every morning. If you are here before 8:05 you must enter through the loading dock entrance NOT the first floor office. The loading dock doors are not open until 7:30. If you are dropped off before then you have to wait outside by the loading dock, not in the first floor office. The doors open at 7:30 and are locked at 8:05. If you arrive after 8:05 then you should go to the first floor entrance and sign in for the day.

 

ORDER YOUR YEARBOOK

Have you ordered your yearbook yet?  It’s NOT too late.  Follow the correct link below and order your book today!  We do not order many extra, so be sure to get one today!! Books will be ready for you at schedule pick up in August, that way we don’t miss any of our amazing events.

 

$55 = High School (grades 9-12) - http://www.jostens.com/apps/store/customer/1351581/Toledo-School-for-the-Arts/

 

$45 = Middle School (grades 6-8) -http://www.jostens.com/apps/store/customer/1790836/Toledo-School-for-Arts-JHS/

 

MUSEUM GLASS CLASSES

High School students, I have a limited number of openings for the Museum Glass Classes at the Toledo Museum of Art for this semester. These classes are free, but they require a commitment from you to attend all the classes. The classes meet on Fridays from 4:00 - 6:00 in the Glass Pavilion. You need to arrange your own transportation to the museum, and to be picked up from there at 6:00pm. The classes do not meet during our Spring break, but do meet all other Fridays starting January 19th through May 18th. If you are interested in joining this amazing free opportunity, please contact Ms. Ferguson ASAP (email - lferguson@ts4arts.org or stop by the 4th floor office). The spaces will be filled on a first come first serve basis. If you are a Junior High student and are interested in being put on a list for future glass class opportunities, let Ms. Ferguson know of your interest.

 

SCHOLARSHIP OPPORTUNITY

Attention Junior and Senior Math Nerds.  If you would like the opportunity to complete in a math competition to win $1,000 to $20,000 dollars please check out this link: https://m3challenge.siam.org/challenge , then email Mr. Szparagowski to let him know if you are interested (rszparagowski@ts4arts.org).  We can create a team of three to five students.  We need to register a team by February 23 to be able to compete.

 

CLASS AUDITIONS

"Auditions for next year's MUSICAL THEATRE CLASS and INTERMEDIATE ACTING will be held on Tuesday, January 30th beginning at 3:05pm in room 331. If you are unable to attend at that time, please email Ms. Quinlan at jquinlan@ts4arts.org ASAP.

Requirements:

For Musical Theatre--this class is open to students who will be in 9th-12 grades next year, with preference given to students planning to complete a Musical Theatre Major Certificate, and/or those who have successfully completed choir and at least one acting class at TSA. Please prepare 16-32 bars of a song from a musical (memorized) and bring an accompaniment track cued up to your starting place. Speakers will be provided.

For Intermediate Acting-- this class is open to students in grades 11 and 12 only, who have successfully completed Theatre Arts 2 at TSA. Please prepare a one minute monologue from a play (memorized)."

 

CCP INFORMATION

Attention Juniors interested in CCP:

Please note that the February ACT test date may not return scores in time for colleges to get them for admission processes. Consider taking the Accuplacer instead, to be sure your scores will be received in time. Contact CCP representatives or Mrs. C-J with questions.

 

YOUNG ARTISTS AT WORK

Looking for a summer job in the arts?

Apply for the Young Artist At Work program. YAAW is a six-week PAID apprenticeship program through the Arts Commission. YAAW is an opportunity for teens ages 14-18 to explore potential careers in creative industries. Read more about the program and apply here.

http://theartscommission.org/youth

 

JOIN TSA STRINGS!

"It's where you make your best friends!"

Have you ever wanted to try violin, viola, Cello or bass? Come join TSA Strings!

No experience necessary. We start at the Beginning!

Many 7th graders as well as older students start in Beginning Orchestra

Instruments provided free of charge!

Full year elective with 3 or more concerts per year!

Pathway to vocational String Quartet and Mariachi ensembles!

Advanced Strings travel yearly to Disney, Washington DC, Chicago, Cleveland, Cedar Point, NYC and more!

Questions? Ask Mrs. Anderson danderson@ts4arts.org

Join the schoology group Code: 9Q92J-8TMN5

 

UKULELE CLASSES

Ukulele Classes for Beginners (Session 2)

Is your New Year’s Resolution to learn a new instrument? Did you miss the first info meeting? Come to the Guitar Room (room #420) after school today for an informational meeting regarding the upcoming ukulele classes. There is absolutely no musical experience required for this class and students will have the opportunity to perform in the Spring Strings Concert.

Can't make the meeting? That's okay! Contact the instructor at cjlyphout@stu.ts4arts.org and you will be given all of the information you need.

 

ACT PREP

Attention Juniors Taking the ACT:

Mr. Szparagowski and Ms. Varier will be starting an after school ACT Preparatory Program.  We are planning on starting some point next week and having classes up until the ACT testing date, Feb. 27.  We will hold lessons 4 days a week and give daily practice time to work on problems and go over mistakes.  There will be an expectation that you come to at least 2 out of the 4 days.  Please come to room 316 to sign up for the course and give your availability, so we can know the best days to hold the classes.  Please sign up by Thursday so we can announce plans for the next week.  

 

POETRY OUT LOUD

Audience Needed!

TODAY, immediately after school, TSA will be holding its first ever school-wide Poetry Out Loud competition! Poetry Out Loud is a national program that allows high school students to compete in reciting poetry. The school winner on Friday will move on to the regional competition in Findlay next month. The winner of regional and state will move on to the national championship, where they will compete to win a $10,000 prize! Please come to the Attic Theater after school on Friday, from 3:15 - 5:15, to cheer on TSA's talented high school competitors!

 

COMPOSITION WORKSHOP

Every Tuesday After School January 23-Feb 20

Interested in Writing Songs or Instrumental Compositions? Arrangements of Music you like? Musical Pieces for you and your friends to play together? Join Us for a weekly session where we will write, discuss and perform your music! Each week there will be a new idea for a short piece you will write for the next week’s session. At the end of February you will have written 4 or 5 pieces of music, and gotten to hear them played live! Join Us Each Week in Room 414!

 

IMPROV NIGHT

Hey TSA students and staff! Ready to laugh your faces off?

Improv Night is upon us (January 30 at 7:00pm). This is our big fundraiser for the New York Trip and this year we have 41 people going. Help us get there by watching and voting for your most hilarious TSA teacher! Watch Mr. Longacre, Mr. Randolph, Mrs. Gogel, Mr. Johnson, Ms. Brandon, Mrs. Hayes, Mr. Moyer, Mrs. Horvath, and Mrs. Campbell-Johannes compete for TSA’s funniest teacher. And we’ve gotten so big, we’ve moved to a new location. Check out the poster below and we hope to see you there!


THURSDAY 1/25/2018

 

MORNING DROP OFF

This is a reminder that students must enter the building through the loading dock every morning. If you are here before 8:05 you must enter through the loading dock entrance NOT the first floor office. The loading dock doors are not open until 7:30. If you are dropped off before then you have to wait outside by the loading dock, not in the first floor office. The doors open at 7:30 and are locked at 8:05. If you arrive after 8:05 then you should go to the first floor entrance and sign in for the day.

 

ORDER YOUR YEARBOOK

Have you ordered your yearbook yet?  It’s NOT too late.  Follow the correct link below and order your book today!  We do not order many extra, so be sure to get one today!! Books will be ready for you at schedule pick up in August, that way we don’t miss any of our amazing events.

 

$55 = High School (grades 9-12) - http://www.jostens.com/apps/store/customer/1351581/Toledo-School-for-the-Arts/

 

$45 = Middle School (grades 6-8) -http://www.jostens.com/apps/store/customer/1790836/Toledo-School-for-Arts-JHS/

 

MUSEUM GLASS CLASSES

High School students, I have a limited number of openings for the Museum Glass Classes at the Toledo Museum of Art for this semester. These classes are free, but they require a commitment from you to attend all the classes. The classes meet on Fridays from 4:00 - 6:00 in the Glass Pavilion. You need to arrange your own transportation to the museum, and to be picked up from there at 6:00pm. The classes do not meet during our Spring break, but do meet all other Fridays starting January 19th through May 18th. If you are interested in joining this amazing free opportunity, please contact Ms. Ferguson ASAP (email - lferguson@ts4arts.org or stop by the 4th floor office). The spaces will be filled on a first come first serve basis. If you are a Junior High student and are interested in being put on a list for future glass class opportunities, let Ms. Ferguson know of your interest.

 

SCHOLARSHIP OPPORTUNITY

Attention Junior and Senior Math Nerds.  If you would like the opportunity to complete in a math competition to win $1,000 to $20,000 dollars please check out this link: https://m3challenge.siam.org/challenge , then email Mr. Szparagowski to let him know if you are interested (rszparagowski@ts4arts.org).  We can create a team of three to five students.  We need to register a team by February 23 to be able to compete.

 

CLASS AUDITIONS

"Auditions for next year's MUSICAL THEATRE CLASS and INTERMEDIATE ACTING will be held on Tuesday, January 30th beginning at 3:05pm in room 331. If you are unable to attend at that time, please email Ms. Quinlan at jquinlan@ts4arts.org ASAP.

Requirements:

For Musical Theatre--this class is open to students who will be in 9th-12 grades next year, with preference given to students planning to complete a Musical Theatre Major Certificate, and/or those who have successfully completed choir and at least one acting class at TSA. Please prepare 16-32 bars of a song from a musical (memorized) and bring an accompaniment track cued up to your starting place. Speakers will be provided.

For Intermediate Acting-- this class is open to students in grades 11 and 12 only, who have successfully completed Theatre Arts 2 at TSA. Please prepare a one minute monologue from a play (memorized)."

 

CCP INFORMATION

Attention Juniors interested in CCP:

Please note that the February ACT test date may not return scores in time for colleges to get them for admission processes. Consider taking the Accuplacer instead, to be sure your scores will be received in time. Contact CCP representatives or Mrs. C-J with questions.

 

YOUNG ARTISTS AT WORK

Looking for a summer job in the arts?

Apply for the Young Artist At Work program. YAAW is a six-week PAID apprenticeship program through the Arts Commission. YAAW is an opportunity for teens ages 14-18 to explore potential careers in creative industries. Read more about the program and apply here.

http://theartscommission.org/youth

 

PORTER GALLERY

February in the Porter Gallery is parent and staff works! Any parents with current or past works may submit. Have a piece you made back in the day? That’s perfect! This is open to parents but is not limited to guardians. If another family member like a grandma/grandpa or aunt/uncle wishes to participate they are welcome to submit work. The Gallery will need an intent to participate by no later than Friday January 19th. The work will need to be submitted by the following Friday, the 26th.

 

Please submit your intent to participate to Gallery@ts4arts.org

With the subject: Staff/Parent Participation

In the body of the email

Please state your first and last name, your student’s name(s) and grade(s), and the type of work you plan to submit (painting, sculpture, pottery etc.)

All Participation submissions must be made by Friday January 19th. A confirmation email will be sent along with more instructions on work drop off and pick up times.

 

JOIN TSA STRINGS!

"It's where you make your best friends!"

Have you ever wanted to try violin, viola, Cello or bass? Come join TSA Strings!

No experience necessary. We start at the Beginning!

Many 7th graders as well as older students start in Beginning Orchestra

Instruments provided free of charge!

Full year elective with 3 or more concerts per year!

Pathway to vocational String Quartet and Mariachi ensembles!

Advanced Strings travel yearly to Disney, Washington DC, Chicago, Cleveland, Cedar Point, NYC and more!

Questions? Ask Mrs. Anderson danderson@ts4arts.org

Join the schoology group Code: 9Q92J-8TMN5

 

POP COMBO AUDITIONS

Do you sing or play an instrument?!?! Wanna be in a band, play shows, and have fun? Then Pop Combo (Commercial Music) is for you! There are three Combos total. Classes meet everyday during school. All are performing groups (three shows a year, maybe more) playing a range of popular music from classic to current pop tunes. Come see what it's all about!

Auditions: Tuesday Jan. 23 and Thursday Jan. 25 at 3pm in room 204

What we need: Vocalists, Guitarists, Bassists, Drummers, Keyboard Players, Horn Players

Prepare: A pop song of your choice to sing or play (for example: Stand By Me, Come Together, Wonderwall, Riptide, etc.)

Questions: email MHeer@ts4arts.org

 

UKULELE CLASSES

Ukulele Classes for Beginners (Session 2)

Is your New Year’s Resolution to learn a new instrument? Did you miss the first info meeting? Come to the Guitar Room (room #420) after school on Friday, January 26th for an informational meeting regarding the upcoming ukulele classes. There is absolutely no musical experience required for this class and students will have the opportunity to perform in the Spring Strings Concert.

Can't make the meeting? That's okay! Contact the instructor at cjlyphout@stu.ts4arts.org and you will be given all of the information you need.

 

ACT PREP

Attention Juniors Taking the ACT:

Mr. Szparagowski and Ms. Varier will be starting an after school ACT Preparatory Program.  We are planning on starting some point next week and having classes up until the ACT testing date, Feb. 27.  We will hold lessons 4 days a week and give daily practice time to work on problems and go over mistakes.  There will be an expectation that you come to at least 2 out of the 4 days.  Please come to room 316 to sign up for the course and give your availability, so we can know the best days to hold the classes.  Please sign up by Thursday so we can announce plans for the next week.  

 

POETRY OUT LOUD

Audience Needed!

This Friday January 26th, immediately after school, TSA will be holding its first ever school-wide Poetry Out Loud competition! Poetry Out Loud is a national program that allows high school students to compete in reciting poetry. The school winner on Friday will move on to the regional competition in Findlay next month. The winner of regional and state will move on to the national championship, where they will compete to win a $10,000 prize! Please come to the Attic Theater after school on Friday, from 3:15 - 5:15, to cheer on TSA's talented high school competitors!

 

COMPOSITION WORKSHOP

Every Tuesday After School January 23-Feb 20

Interested in Writing Songs or Instrumental Compositions? Arrangements of Music you like? Musical Pieces for you and your friends to play together? Join Us for a weekly session where we will write, discuss and perform your music! Each week there will be a new idea for a short piece you will write for the next week’s session. At the end of February you will have written 4 or 5 pieces of music, and gotten to hear them played live! Join Us Each Week in Room 414!

 

IMPROV NIGHT

Hey TSA students and staff! Ready to laugh your faces off?

Improv Night is upon us (January 30 at 7:00pm). This is our big fundraiser for the New York Trip and this year we have 41 people going. Help us get there by watching and voting for your most hilarious TSA teacher! Watch Mr. Longacre, Mr. Randolph, Mrs. Gogel, Mr. Johnson, Ms. Brandon, Mrs. Hayes, Mr. Moyer, Mrs. Horvath, and Mrs. Campbell-Johannes compete for TSA’s funniest teacher. And...we’ve gotten so big, we’ve moved to a new location. Check out the poster below and we hope to see you there !


WEDNESDAY 1/24/2018

 

MORNING DROP OFF

This is a reminder that students must enter the building through the loading dock every morning. If you are here before 8:05 you must enter through the loading dock entrance NOT the first floor office. The loading dock doors are not open until 7:30. If you are dropped off before then you have to wait outside by the loading dock, not in the first floor office. The doors open at 7:30 and are locked at 8:05. If you arrive after 8:05 then you should go to the first floor entrance and sign in for the day.

 

ORDER YOUR YEARBOOK

Have you ordered your yearbook yet?  It’s NOT too late.  Follow the correct link below and order your book today!  We do not order many extra, so be sure to get one today!! Books will be ready for you at schedule pick up in August, that way we don’t miss any of our amazing events.

 

$55 = High School (grades 9-12) - http://www.jostens.com/apps/store/customer/1351581/Toledo-School-for-the-Arts/

 

$45 = Middle School (grades 6-8) -http://www.jostens.com/apps/store/customer/1790836/Toledo-School-for-Arts-JHS/

 

MUSEUM GLASS CLASSES

High School students, I have a limited number of openings for the Museum Glass Classes at the Toledo Museum of Art for this semester. These classes are free, but they require a commitment from you to attend all the classes. The classes meet on Fridays from 4:00 - 6:00 in the Glass Pavilion. You need to arrange your own transportation to the museum, and to be picked up from there at 6:00pm. The classes do not meet during our Spring break, but do meet all other Fridays starting January 19th through May 18th. If you are interested in joining this amazing free opportunity, please contact Ms. Ferguson ASAP (email - lferguson@ts4arts.org or stop by the 4th floor office). The spaces will be filled on a first come first serve basis. If you are a Junior High student and are interested in being put on a list for future glass class opportunities, let Ms. Ferguson know of your interest.

 

SCHOLARSHIP OPPORTUNITY

Attention Junior and Senior Math Nerds.  If you would like the opportunity to complete in a math competition to win $1,000 to $20,000 dollars please check out this link: https://m3challenge.siam.org/challenge , then email Mr. Szparagowski to let him know if you are interested (rszparagowski@ts4arts.org).  We can create a team of three to five students.  We need to register a team by February 23 to be able to compete.

 

CLASS AUDITIONS

"Auditions for next year's MUSICAL THEATRE CLASS and INTERMEDIATE ACTING will be held on Tuesday, January 30th beginning at 3:05pm in room 331. If you are unable to attend at that time, please email Ms. Quinlan at jquinlan@ts4arts.org ASAP.

Requirements:

For Musical Theatre--this class is open to students who will be in 9th-12 grades next year, with preference given to students planning to complete a Musical Theatre Major Certificate, and/or those who have successfully completed choir and at least one acting class at TSA. Please prepare 16-32 bars of a song from a musical (memorized) and bring an accompaniment track cued up to your starting place. Speakers will be provided.

For Intermediate Acting-- this class is open to students in grades 11 and 12 only, who have successfully completed Theatre Arts 2 at TSA. Please prepare a one minute monologue from a play (memorized)."

 

CCP INFORMATION

Attention Juniors interested in CCP:

Please note that the February ACT test date may not return scores in time for colleges to get them for admission processes. Consider taking the Accuplacer instead, to be sure your scores will be received in time. Contact CCP representatives or Mrs. C-J with questions.

 

YOUNG ARTISTS AT WORK

Looking for a summer job in the arts?

Apply for the Young Artist At Work program. YAAW is a six-week PAID apprenticeship program through the Arts Commission. YAAW is an opportunity for teens ages 14-18 to explore potential careers in creative industries. Read more about the program and apply here.

http://theartscommission.org/youth

 

PORTER GALLERY

February in the Porter Gallery is parent and staff works! Any parents with current or past works may submit. Have a piece you made back in the day? That’s perfect! This is open to parents but is not limited to guardians. If another family member like a grandma/grandpa or aunt/uncle wishes to participate they are welcome to submit work. The Gallery will need an intent to participate by no later than Friday January 19th. The work will need to be submitted by the following Friday, the 26th.

 

Please submit your intent to participate to Gallery@ts4arts.org

With the subject: Staff/Parent Participation

In the body of the email

Please state your first and last name, your student’s name(s) and grade(s), and the type of work you plan to submit (painting, sculpture, pottery etc.)

All Participation submissions must be made by Friday January 19th. A confirmation email will be sent along with more instructions on work drop off and pick up times.

 

JOIN TSA STRINGS!

"It's where you make your best friends!"

Have you ever wanted to try violin, viola, Cello or bass? Come join TSA Strings!

No experience necessary. We start at the Beginning!

Many 7th graders as well as older students start in Beginning Orchestra

Instruments provided free of charge!

Full year elective with 3 or more concerts per year!

Pathway to vocational String Quartet and Mariachi ensembles!

Advanced Strings travel yearly to Disney, Washington DC, Chicago, Cleveland, Cedar Point, NYC and more!

Questions? Ask Mrs. Anderson danderson@ts4arts.org

Join the schoology group Code: 9Q92J-8TMN5

 

POP COMBO AUDITIONS

Do you sing or play an instrument?!?! Wanna be in a band, play shows, and have fun? Then Pop Combo (Commercial Music) is for you! There are three Combos total. Classes meet everyday during school. All are performing groups (three shows a year, maybe more) playing a range of popular music from classic to current pop tunes. Come see what it's all about!

Auditions: Tuesday Jan. 23 and Thursday Jan. 25 at 3pm in room 204

What we need: Vocalists, Guitarists, Bassists, Drummers, Keyboard Players, Horn Players

Prepare: A pop song of your choice to sing or play (for example: Stand By Me, Come Together, Wonderwall, Riptide, etc.)

Questions: email MHeer@ts4arts.org

 

UKULELE CLASSES

Ukulele Classes for Beginners (Session 2)

Is your New Year’s Resolution to learn a new instrument? Did you miss the first info meeting? Come to the Guitar Room (room #420) after school on Friday, January 26th for an informational meeting regarding the upcoming ukulele classes. There is absolutely no musical experience required for this class and students will have the opportunity to perform in the Spring Strings Concert.

Can't make the meeting? That's okay! Contact the instructor at cjlyphout@stu.ts4arts.org and you will be given all of the information you need.

 

ACT PREP

Attention Juniors Taking the ACT:

Mr. Szparagowski and Ms. Varier will be starting an after school ACT Preparatory Program.  We are planning on starting some point next week and having classes up until the ACT testing date, Feb. 27.  We will hold lessons 4 days a week and give daily practice time to work on problems and go over mistakes.  There will be an expectation that you come to at least 2 out of the 4 days.  Please come to room 316 to sign up for the course and give your availability, so we can know the best days to hold the classes.  Please sign up by Thursday so we can announce plans for the next week.  

 

POETRY OUT LOUD

Audience Needed!

This Friday January 26th, immediately after school, TSA will be holding its first ever school-wide Poetry Out Loud competition! Poetry Out Loud is a national program that allows high school students to compete in reciting poetry. The school winner on Friday will move on to the regional competition in Findlay next month. The winner of regional and state will move on to the national championship, where they will compete to win a $10,000 prize! Please come to the Attic Theater after school on Friday, from 3:15 - 5:15, to cheer on TSA's talented high school competitors!

 

COMPOSITION WORKSHOP

Every Tuesday After School  January 23-Feb 20

Interested in Writing Songs or Instrumental Compositions? Arrangements of Music you like? Musical Pieces for you and your friends to play together? Join Us for a weekly session where we will write, discuss and perform your music! Each week there will be a new idea for a short piece you will write for the next week’s session. At the end of February you will have written 4 or 5 pieces of music, and gotten to hear them played live! Join Us Each Week in Room 414!

 

IMPROV NIGHT

Hey TSA students and staff! Ready to laugh your faces off?

Improv Night is upon us (January 30 at 7:00pm). This is our big fundraiser for the New York Trip and this year we have 41 people going. Help us get there by watching and voting for your most hilarious TSA teacher! Watch Mr. Longacre, Mr. Randolph, Mrs. Gogel, Mr. Johnson, Ms. Brandon, Mrs. Hayes, Mr. Moyer, Mrs. Horvath, and Mrs. Campbell-Johannes compete for TSA’s funniest teacher. And...we’ve gotten so big, we’ve moved to a new location. Check out the poster below and we hope to see you there !


TUESDAY 1/23/2018

 

MORNING DROP OFF

This is a reminder that students must enter the building through the loading dock every morning. If you are here before 8:05 you must enter through the loading dock entrance NOT the first floor office. The loading dock doors are not open until 7:30. If you are dropped off before then you have to wait outside by the loading dock, not in the first floor office. The doors open at 7:30 and are locked at 8:05. If you arrive after 8:05 then you should go to the first floor entrance and sign in for the day.

 

STUDENTS IN ACTION

Students In Action: we will be meeting tomorrow at 7:30 a.m.!  Please join us as we begin planning for this semester, we need your ideas and help to organize them!  Our next meeting will be February 7th.  All meetings are in Mrs. Henderson’s room 312.

 

ORDER YOUR YEARBOOK

Have you ordered your yearbook yet?  It’s NOT too late.  Follow the correct link below and order your book today!  We do not order many extra, so be sure to get one today!! Books will be ready for you at schedule pick up in August, that way we don’t miss any of our amazing events.

 

$55 = High School (grades 9-12) - http://www.jostens.com/apps/store/customer/1351581/Toledo-School-for-the-Arts/

 

$45 = Middle School (grades 6-8) -http://www.jostens.com/apps/store/customer/1790836/Toledo-School-for-Arts-JHS/

 

MUSEUM GLASS CLASSES

High School students, I have a limited number of openings for the Museum Glass Classes at the Toledo Museum of Art for this semester. These classes are free, but they require a commitment from you to attend all the classes. The classes meet on Fridays from 4:00 - 6:00 in the Glass Pavilion. You need to arrange your own transportation to the museum, and to be picked up from there at 6:00pm. The classes do not meet during our Spring break, but do meet all other Fridays starting January 19th through May 18th. If you are interested in joining this amazing free opportunity, please contact Ms. Ferguson ASAP (email - lferguson@ts4arts.org or stop by the 4th floor office). The spaces will be filled on a first come first serve basis. If you are a Junior High student and are interested in being put on a list for future glass class opportunities, let Ms. Ferguson know of your interest.

 

SCHOLARSHIP OPPORTUNITY

Attention Junior and Senior Math Nerds.  If you would like the opportunity to complete in a math competition to win $1,000 to $20,000 dollars please check out this link: https://m3challenge.siam.org/challenge , then email Mr. Szparagowski to let him know if you are interested (rszparagowski@ts4arts.org).  We can create a team of three to five students.  We need to register a team by February 23 to be able to compete.

 

CLASS AUDITIONS

"Auditions for next year's MUSICAL THEATRE CLASS and INTERMEDIATE ACTING will be held on Tuesday, January 30th beginning at 3:05pm in room 331. If you are unable to attend at that time, please email Ms. Quinlan at jquinlan@ts4arts.org ASAP.

Requirements:

For Musical Theatre--this class is open to students who will be in 9th-12 grades next year, with preference given to students planning to complete a Musical Theatre Major Certificate, and/or those who have successfully completed choir and at least one acting class at TSA. Please prepare 16-32 bars of a song from a musical (memorized) and bring an accompaniment track cued up to your starting place. Speakers will be provided.

For Intermediate Acting-- this class is open to students in grades 11 and 12 only, who have successfully completed Theatre Arts 2 at TSA. Please prepare a one minute monologue from a play (memorized)."

 

CCP INFORMATION

Attention Juniors interested in CCP:

Please note that the February ACT test date may not return scores in time for colleges to get them for admission processes. Consider taking the Accuplacer instead, to be sure your scores will be received in time. Contact CCP representatives or Mrs. C-J with questions.

 

YOUNG ARTISTS AT WORK

Looking for a summer job in the arts?

Apply for the Young Artist At Work program. YAAW is a six-week PAID apprenticeship program through the Arts Commission. YAAW is an opportunity for teens ages 14-18 to explore potential careers in creative industries. Read more about the program and apply here.

http://theartscommission.org/youth

 

PORTER GALLERY

February in the Porter Gallery is parent and staff works! Any parents with current or past works may submit. Have a piece you made back in the day? That’s perfect! This is open to parents but is not limited to guardians. If another family member like a grandma/grandpa or aunt/uncle wishes to participate they are welcome to submit work. The Gallery will need an intent to participate by no later than Friday January 19th. The work will need to be submitted by the following Friday, the 26th.

 

Please submit your intent to participate to Gallery@ts4arts.org

With the subject: Staff/Parent Participation

In the body of the email

Please state your first and last name, your student’s name(s) and grade(s), and the type of work you plan to submit (painting, sculpture, pottery etc.)

All Participation submissions must be made by Friday January 19th. A confirmation email will be sent along with more instructions on work drop off and pick up times.

 

JOIN TSA STRINGS!

"It's where you make your best friends!"

Have you ever wanted to try violin, viola, Cello or bass? Come join TSA Strings!

No experience necessary. We start at the Beginning!

Many 7th graders as well as older students start in Beginning Orchestra

Instruments provided free of charge!

Full year elective with 3 or more concerts per year!

Pathway to vocational String Quartet and Mariachi ensembles!

Advanced Strings travel yearly to Disney, Washington DC, Chicago, Cleveland, Cedar Point, NYC and more!

Questions? Ask Mrs. Anderson danderson@ts4arts.org

Join the schoology group Code: 9Q92J-8TMN5

 

POP COMBO AUDITIONS

Do you sing or play an instrument?!?! Wanna be in a band, play shows, and have fun? Then Pop Combo (Commercial Music) is for you! There are three Combos total. Classes meet everyday during school. All are performing groups (three shows a year, maybe more) playing a range of popular music from classic to current pop tunes. Come see what it's all about!

Auditions: Tuesday Jan. 23 and Thursday Jan. 25 at 3pm in room 204

What we need: Vocalists, Guitarists, Bassists, Drummers, Keyboard Players, Horn Players

Prepare: A pop song of your choice to sing or play (for example: Stand By Me, Come Together, Wonderwall, Riptide, etc.)

Questions: email MHeer@ts4arts.org

 

UKULELE CLASSES

Ukulele Classes for Beginners (Session 2)

Is your New Year’s Resolution to learn a new instrument? Did you miss the first info meeting? Come to the Guitar Room (room #420) after school on Friday, January 26th for an informational meeting regarding the upcoming ukulele classes. There is absolutely no musical experience required for this class and students will have the opportunity to perform in the Spring Strings Concert.

Can't make the meeting? That's okay! Contact the instructor at cjlyphout@stu.ts4arts.org and you will be given all of the information you need.

 

ACT PREP

Attention Juniors Taking the ACT:

Mr. Szparagowski and Ms. Varier will be starting an after school ACT Preparatory Program.  We are planning on starting some point next week and having classes up until the ACT testing date, Feb. 27.  We will hold lessons 4 days a week and give daily practice time to work on problems and go over mistakes.  There will be an expectation that you come to at least 2 out of the 4 days.  Please come to room 316 to sign up for the course and give your availability, so we can know the best days to hold the classes.  Please sign up by Thursday so we can announce plans for the next week.  

 

POETRY OUT LOUD

Audience Needed!

This Friday January 26th, immediately after school, TSA will be holding its first ever school-wide Poetry Out Loud competition! Poetry Out Loud is a national program that allows high school students to compete in reciting poetry. The school winner on Friday will move on to the regional competition in Findlay next month. The winner of regional and state will move on to the national championship, where they will compete to win a $10,000 prize! Please come to the Attic Theater after school on Friday, from 3:15 - 5:15, to cheer on TSA's talented high school competitors!

 

COMPOSITION WORKSHOP

Every Tuesday After School  January 23-Feb 20

Interested in Writing Songs or Instrumental Compositions? Arrangements of Music you like? Musical Pieces for you and your friends to play together? Join Us for a weekly session where we will write, discuss and perform your music! Each week there will be a new idea for a short piece you will write for the next week’s session. At the end of February you will have written 4 or 5 pieces of music, and gotten to hear them played live! Join Us Each Week in Room 414!

 

IMPROV NIGHT

Hey TSA students and staff! Ready to laugh your faces off?

Improv Night is upon us (January 30 at 7:00pm). This is our big fundraiser for the New York Trip and this year we have 41 people going. Help us get there by watching and voting for your most hilarious TSA teacher! Watch Mr. Longacre, Mr. Randolph, Mrs. Gogel, Mr. Johnson, Ms. Brandon, Mrs. Hayes, Mr. Moyer, Mrs. Horvath, and Mrs. Campbell-Johannes compete for TSA’s funniest teacher. And...we’ve gotten so big, we’ve moved to a new location. Check out the poster below and we hope to see you there !

 


MONDAY 1/22/2018

 

MORNING DROP OFF

This is a reminder that students must enter the building through the loading dock every morning. If you are here before 8:05 you must enter through the loading dock entrance NOT the first floor office. The loading dock doors are not open until 7:30. If you are dropped off before then you have to wait outside by the loading dock, not in the first floor office. The doors open at 7:30 and are locked at 8:05. If you arrive after 8:05 then you should go to the first floor entrance and sign in for the day.

 

STUDENTS IN ACTION

Students In Action: we will be meeting THIS Wednesday at 7:30 a.m.!  Please join us as we begin planning for this semester, we need your ideas and help to organize them!  Our next meeting will be February 7th.  All meetings are in Mrs. Henderson’s room 312.

 

ORDER YOUR YEARBOOK

Have you ordered your yearbook yet?  It’s NOT too late.  Follow the correct link below and order your book today!  We do not order many extra, so be sure to get one today!! Books will be ready for you at schedule pick up in August, that way we don’t miss any of our amazing events.

 

$55 = High School (grades 9-12) - http://www.jostens.com/apps/store/customer/1351581/Toledo-School-for-the-Arts/

 

$45 = Middle School (grades 6-8) -http://www.jostens.com/apps/store/customer/1790836/Toledo-School-for-Arts-JHS/

 

MUSEUM GLASS CLASSES

High School students, I have a limited number of openings for the Museum Glass Classes at the Toledo Museum of Art for this semester. These classes are free, but they require a commitment from you to attend all the classes. The classes meet on Fridays from 4:00 - 6:00 in the Glass Pavilion. You need to arrange your own transportation to the museum, and to be picked up from there at 6:00pm. The classes do not meet during our Spring break, but do meet all other Fridays starting January 19th through May 18th. If you are interested in joining this amazing free opportunity, please contact Ms. Ferguson ASAP (email - lferguson@ts4arts.org or stop by the 4th floor office). The spaces will be filled on a first come first serve basis. If you are a Junior High student and are interested in being put on a list for future glass class opportunities, let Ms. Ferguson know of your interest.

 

SCHOLARSHIP OPPORTUNITY

Attention Junior and Senior Math Nerds.  If you would like the opportunity to complete in a math competition to win $1,000 to $20,000 dollars please check out this link: https://m3challenge.siam.org/challenge , then email Mr. Szparagowski to let him know if you are interested (rszparagowski@ts4arts.org).  We can create a team of three to five students.  We need to register a team by February 23 to be able to compete.

 

CLASS AUDITIONS

"Auditions for next year's MUSICAL THEATRE CLASS and INTERMEDIATE ACTING will be held on Tuesday, January 30th beginning at 3:05pm in room 331. If you are unable to attend at that time, please email Ms. Quinlan at jquinlan@ts4arts.org ASAP.

Requirements:

For Musical Theatre--this class is open to students who will be in 9th-12 grades next year, with preference given to students planning to complete a Musical Theatre Major Certificate, and/or those who have successfully completed choir and at least one acting class at TSA. Please prepare 16-32 bars of a song from a musical (memorized) and bring an accompaniment track cued up to your starting place. Speakers will be provided.

For Intermediate Acting-- this class is open to students in grades 11 and 12 only, who have successfully completed Theatre Arts 2 at TSA. Please prepare a one minute monologue from a play (memorized)."

 

CCP INFORMATION

Attention Juniors interested in CCP:

Please note that the February ACT test date may not return scores in time for colleges to get them for admission processes. Consider taking the Accuplacer instead, to be sure your scores will be received in time. Contact CCP representatives or Mrs. C-J with questions.

 

YOUNG ARTISTS AT WORK

Looking for a summer job in the arts?

Apply for the Young Artist At Work program. YAAW is a six-week PAID apprenticeship program through the Arts Commission. YAAW is an opportunity for teens ages 14-18 to explore potential careers in creative industries. Read more about the program and apply here.

http://theartscommission.org/youth

 

PORTER GALLERY

February in the Porter Gallery is parent and staff works! Any parents with current or past works may submit. Have a piece you made back in the day? That’s perfect! This is open to parents but is not limited to guardians. If another family member like a grandma/grandpa or aunt/uncle wishes to participate they are welcome to submit work. The Gallery will need an intent to participate by no later than Friday January 19th. The work will need to be submitted by the following Friday, the 26th.

 

Please submit your intent to participate to Gallery@ts4arts.org

With the subject: Staff/Parent Participation

In the body of the email

Please state your first and last name, your student’s name(s) and grade(s), and the type of work you plan to submit (painting, sculpture, pottery etc.)

All Participation submissions must be made by Friday January 19th. A confirmation email will be sent along with more instructions on work drop off and pick up times.

 

JOIN TSA STRINGS!

"It's where you make your best friends!"

Have you ever wanted to try violin, viola, Cello or bass? Come join TSA Strings!

No experience necessary. We start at the Beginning!

Many 7th graders as well as older students start in Beginning Orchestra

Instruments provided free of charge!

Full year elective with 3 or more concerts per year!

Pathway to vocational String Quartet and Mariachi ensembles!

Advanced Strings travel yearly to Disney, Washington DC, Chicago, Cleveland, Cedar Point, NYC and more!

Questions? Ask Mrs. Anderson danderson@ts4arts.org

Join the schoology group Code: 9Q92J-8TMN5

 

POP COMBO AUDITIONS

Do you sing or play an instrument?!?! Wanna be in a band, play shows, and have fun? Then Pop Combo (Commercial Music) is for you! There are three Combos total. Classes meet everyday during school. All are performing groups (three shows a year, maybe more) playing a range of popular music from classic to current pop tunes. Come see what it's all about!

Auditions: Tuesday Jan. 23 and Thursday Jan. 25 at 3pm in room 204

What we need: Vocalists, Guitarists, Bassists, Drummers, Keyboard Players, Horn Players

Prepare: A pop song of your choice to sing or play (for example: Stand By Me, Come Together, Wonderwall, Riptide, etc.)

Questions: email MHeer@ts4arts.org

 

UKULELE CLASSES

Ukulele Classes for Beginners (Session 2)

Is your New Year’s Resolution to learn a new instrument? Did you miss the first info meeting? Come to the Guitar Room (room #420) after school on Friday, January 26th for an informational meeting regarding the upcoming ukulele classes. There is absolutely no musical experience required for this class and students will have the opportunity to perform in the Spring Strings Concert.

Can't make the meeting? That's okay! Contact the instructor at cjlyphout@stu.ts4arts.org and you will be given all of the information you need.

 

ACT PREP

Attention Juniors Taking the ACT:

Mr. Szparagowski and Ms. Varier will be starting an after school ACT Preparatory Program.  We are planning on starting some point next week and having classes up until the ACT testing date, Feb. 27.  We will hold lessons 4 days a week and give daily practice time to work on problems and go over mistakes.  There will be an expectation that you come to at least 2 out of the 4 days.  Please come to room 316 to sign up for the course and give your availability, so we can know the best days to hold the classes.  Please sign up by Thursday so we can announce plans for the next week.  

 

POETRY OUT LOUD

Audience Needed!

This Friday January 26th, immediately after school, TSA will be holding its first ever school-wide Poetry Out Loud competition! Poetry Out Loud is a national program that allows high school students to compete in reciting poetry. The school winner on Friday will move on to the regional competition in Findlay next month. The winner of regional and state will move on to the national championship, where they will compete to win a $10,000 prize! Please come to the Attic Theater after school on Friday, from 3:15 - 5:15, to cheer on TSA's talented high school competitors!

 

COMPOSITION WORKSHOP

Every Tuesday After School  January 23-Feb 20

Interested in Writing Songs or Instrumental Compositions? Arrangements of Music you like? Musical Pieces for you and your friends to play together? Join Us for a weekly session where we will write, discuss and perform your music! Each week there will be a new idea for a short piece you will write for the next week’s session. At the end of February you will have written 4 or 5 pieces of music, and gotten to hear them played live! Join Us Each Week in Room 414!


FRIDAY 1/19/2018

 

MORNING DROP OFF

This is a reminder that students must enter the building through the loading dock every morning. If you are here before 8:05 you must enter through the loading dock entrance NOT the first floor office. The loading dock doors are not open until 7:30. If you are dropped off before then you have to wait outside by the loading dock, not in the first floor office. The doors open at 7:30 and are locked at 8:05. If you arrive after 8:05 then you should go to the first floor entrance and sign in for the day.

 

MUSEUM GLASS CLASSES

High School students, I have a limited number of openings for the Museum Glass Classes at the Toledo Museum of Art for this semester. These classes are free, but they require a commitment from you to attend all the classes. The classes meet on Fridays from 4:00 - 6:00 in the Glass Pavilion. You need to arrange your own transportation to the museum, and to be picked up from there at 6:00pm. The classes do not meet during our Spring break, but do meet all other Fridays starting January 19th through May 18th. If you are interested in joining this amazing free opportunity, please contact Ms. Ferguson ASAP (email - lferguson@ts4arts.org or stop by the 4th floor office). The spaces will be filled on a first come first serve basis. If you are a Junior High student and are interested in being put on a list for future glass class opportunities, let Ms. Ferguson know of your interest.

 

CLASS AUDITIONS

"Auditions for next year's MUSICAL THEATRE CLASS and INTERMEDIATE ACTING will be held on Tuesday, January 30th beginning at 3:05pm in room 331. If you are unable to attend at that time, please email Ms. Quinlan at jquinlan@ts4arts.org ASAP.

Requirements:

For Musical Theatre--this class is open to students who will be in 9th-12 grades next year, with preference given to students planning to complete a Musical Theatre Major Certificate, and/or those who have successfully completed choir and at least one acting class at TSA. Please prepare 16-32 bars of a song from a musical (memorized) and bring an accompaniment track cued up to your starting place. Speakers will be provided.

For Intermediate Acting-- this class is open to students in grades 11 and 12 only, who have successfully completed Theatre Arts 2 at TSA. Please prepare a one minute monologue from a play (memorized)."

 

CCP INFORMATION

Attention Juniors interested in CCP:

Please note that the February ACT test date may not return scores in time for colleges to get them for admission processes. Consider taking the Accuplacer instead, to be sure your scores will be received in time. Contact CCP representatives or Mrs. C-J with questions.

 

THESPIANS

Since weather screwed up our last meeting, we will meet TODAY in LEFEVRE's room (325) to discuss State Conference. Please plan on being there and getting a packet from me regarding conference. We will talk dues, tshirts, membership, and conference.

 

YOUNG ARTISTS AT WORK

Looking for a summer job in the arts?

Apply for the Young Artist At Work program. YAAW is a six-week PAID apprenticeship program through the Arts Commission. YAAW is an opportunity for teens ages 14-18 to explore potential careers in creative industries. Read more about the program and apply here.

http://theartscommission.org/youth

 

PORTER GALLERY

February in the Porter Gallery is parent and staff works! Any parents with current or past works may submit. Have a piece you made back in the day? That’s perfect! This is open to parents but is not limited to guardians. If another family member like a grandma/grandpa or aunt/uncle wishes to participate they are welcome to submit work. The Gallery will need an intent to participate by no later than Friday January 19th. The work will need to be submitted by the following Friday, the 26th.

 

Please submit your intent to participate to Gallery@ts4arts.org

With the subject: Staff/Parent Participation

In the body of the email

Please state your first and last name, your student’s name(s) and grade(s), and the type of work you plan to submit (painting, sculpture, pottery etc.)

All Participation submissions must be made by Friday January 19th. A confirmation email will be sent along with more instructions on work drop off and pick up times.

 

JOIN TSA STRINGS!

"It's where you make your best friends!"

Have you ever wanted to try violin, viola, Cello or bass? Come join TSA Strings!

No experience necessary. We start at the Beginning!

Many 7th graders as well as older students start in Beginning Orchestra

Instruments provided free of charge!

Full year elective with 3 or more concerts per year!

Pathway to vocational String Quartet and Mariachi ensembles!

Advanced Strings travel yearly to Disney, Washington DC, Chicago, Cleveland, Cedar Point, NYC and more!

Questions? Ask Mrs. Anderson danderson@ts4arts.org

Join the schoology group Code: 9Q92J-8TMN5

 

POP COMBO AUDITIONS

Do you sing or play an instrument?!?! Wanna be in a band, play shows, and have fun? Then Pop Combo (Commercial Music) is for you! There are three Combos total. Classes meet everyday during school. All are performing groups (three shows a year, maybe more) playing a range of popular music from classic to current pop tunes. Come see what it's all about!

Auditions: Tuesday Jan. 23 and Thursday Jan. 25 at 3pm in room 204

What we need: Vocalists, Guitarists, Bassists, Drummers, Keyboard Players, Horn Players

Prepare: A pop song of your choice to sing or play (for example: Stand By Me, Come Together, Wonderwall, Riptide, etc.)

Questions: email MHeer@ts4arts.org

 

SPECIALS IN THE STUDENT COMMONS

Bring your money!!

Tuesday Special: Baked Goods $1.00

Wednesday Special: Pizza $2.00

Thursday Special: Mozzarella Sticks $2.00

Friday Special: Pizza and Ice Cream $2.00 and $1.00

 


THURSDAY 1/18/2018

 

MORNING DROP OFF

This is a reminder that students must enter the building through the loading dock every morning. If you are here before 8:05 you must enter through the loading dock entrance NOT the first floor office. The loading dock doors are not open until 7:30. If you are dropped off before then you have to wait outside by the loading dock, not in the first floor office. The doors open at 7:30 and are locked at 8:05. If you arrive after 8:05 then you should go to the first floor entrance and sign in for the day.

 

CLASS AUDITIONS

"Auditions for next year's MUSICAL THEATRE CLASS and INTERMEDIATE ACTING will be held on Tuesday, January 30th beginning at 3:05pm in room 331. If you are unable to attend at that time, please email Ms. Quinlan at jquinlan@ts4arts.org ASAP.

Requirements:

For Musical Theatre--this class is open to students who will be in 9th-12 grades next year, with preference given to students planning to complete a Musical Theatre Major Certificate, and/or those who have successfully completed choir and at least one acting class at TSA. Please prepare 16-32 bars of a song from a musical (memorized) and bring an accompaniment track cued up to your starting place. Speakers will be provided.

For Intermediate Acting-- this class is open to students in grades 11 and 12 only, who have successfully completed Theatre Arts 2 at TSA. Please prepare a one minute monologue from a play (memorized)."

 

CCP INFORMATION

Attention Juniors interested in CCP:

Please note that the February ACT test date may not return scores in time for colleges to get them for admission processes. Consider taking the Accuplacer instead, to be sure your scores will be received in time. Contact CCP representatives or Mrs. C-J with questions.

 

THESPIANS

Since weather screwed up our last meeting, we will meet TOMORROW in LEFEVRE's room (325) to discuss State Conference. Please plan on being there and getting a packet from me regarding conference. We will talk dues, tshirts, membership, and conference.

 

YOUNG ARTISTS AT WORK

Looking for a summer job in the arts?

Apply for the Young Artist At Work program. YAAW is a six-week PAID apprenticeship program through the Arts Commission. YAAW is an opportunity for teens ages 14-18 to explore potential careers in creative industries. Read more about the program and apply here.

http://theartscommission.org/youth

 

PORTER GALLERY

February in the Porter Gallery is parent and staff works! Any parents with current or past works may submit. Have a piece you made back in the day? That’s perfect! This is open to parents but is not limited to guardians. If another family member like a grandma/grandpa or aunt/uncle wishes to participate they are welcome to submit work. The Gallery will need an intent to participate by no later than Friday January 19th. The work will need to be submitted by the following Friday, the 26th.

 

Please submit your intent to participate to Gallery@ts4arts.org

With the subject: Staff/Parent Participation

In the body of the email

Please state your first and last name, your student’s name(s) and grade(s), and the type of work you plan to submit (painting, sculpture, pottery etc.)

All Participation submissions must be made by Friday January 19th. A confirmation email will be sent along with more instructions on work drop off and pick up times.

 

JOIN TSA STRINGS!

"It's where you make your best friends!"

Have you ever wanted to try violin, viola, Cello or bass? Come join TSA Strings!

No experience necessary. We start at the Beginning!

Many 7th graders as well as older students start in Beginning Orchestra

Instruments provided free of charge!

Full year elective with 3 or more concerts per year!

Pathway to vocational String Quartet and Mariachi ensembles!

Advanced Strings travel yearly to Disney, Washington DC, Chicago, Cleveland, Cedar Point, NYC and more!

Questions? Ask Mrs. Anderson danderson@ts4arts.org

Join the schoology group Code: 9Q92J-8TMN5

 

POP COMBO AUDITIONS

Do you sing or play an instrument?!?! Wanna be in a band, play shows, and have fun? Then Pop Combo (Commercial Music) is for you! There are three Combos total. Classes meet everyday during school. All are performing groups (three shows a year, maybe more) playing a range of popular music from classic to current pop tunes. Come see what it's all about!

Auditions: Tuesday Jan. 23 and Thursday Jan. 25 at 3pm in room 204

What we need: Vocalists, Guitarists, Bassists, Drummers, Keyboard Players, Horn Players

Prepare: A pop song of your choice to sing or play (for example: Stand By Me, Come Together, Wonderwall, Riptide, etc.)

Questions: email MHeer@ts4arts.org

 

SPECIALS IN THE STUDENT COMMONS

Bring your money!!

Tuesday Special: Baked Goods $1.00

Wednesday Special: Pizza $2.00

Thursday Special: Mozzarella Sticks $2.00

Friday Special: Pizza and Ice Cream $2.00 and $1.00


WEDNESDAY 1/17/2018

 

CLASS AUDITIONS

"Auditions for next year's MUSICAL THEATRE CLASS and INTERMEDIATE ACTING will be held on Tuesday, January 30th beginning at 3:05pm in room 331. If you are unable to attend at that time, please email Ms. Quinlan at jquinlan@ts4arts.org ASAP.

Requirements:

For Musical Theatre--this class is open to students who will be in 9th-12 grades next year, with preference given to students planning to complete a Musical Theatre Major Certificate, and/or those who have successfully completed choir and at least one acting class at TSA. Please prepare 16-32 bars of a song from a musical (memorized) and bring an accompaniment track cued up to your starting place. Speakers will be provided.

For Intermediate Acting-- this class is open to students in grades 11 and 12 only, who have successfully completed Theatre Arts 2 at TSA. Please prepare a one minute monologue from a play (memorized)."

 

CCP INFORMATION

Attention Juniors interested in CCP:

Please note that the February ACT test date may not return scores in time for colleges to get them for admission processes. Consider taking the Accuplacer instead, to be sure your scores will be received in time. Contact CCP representatives or Mrs. C-J with questions.

 

THESPIANS

Since weather screwed up our last meeting, we will meet THIS FRIDAY in LEFEVRE's room (325) to discuss State Conference. Please plan on being there and getting a packet from me regarding conference. We will talk dues, tshirts, membership, and conference.

 

YOUNG ARTISTS AT WORK

Looking for a summer job in the arts?

Apply for the Young Artist At Work program. YAAW is a six-week PAID apprenticeship program through the Arts Commission. YAAW is an opportunity for teens ages 14-18 to explore potential careers in creative industries. Read more about the program and apply here.

http://theartscommission.org/youth

 

PORTER GALLERY

February in the Porter Gallery is parent and staff works! Any parents with current or past works may submit. Have a piece you made back in the day? That’s perfect! This is open to parents but is not limited to guardians. If another family member like a grandma/grandpa or aunt/uncle wishes to participate they are welcome to submit work. The Gallery will need an intent to participate by no later than Friday January 19th. The work will need to be submitted by the following Friday, the 26th.

 

Please submit your intent to participate to Gallery@ts4arts.org

With the subject: Staff/Parent Participation

In the body of the email

Please state your first and last name, your student’s name(s) and grade(s), and the type of work you plan to submit (painting, sculpture, pottery etc.)

All Participation submissions must be made by Friday January 19th. A confirmation email will be sent along with more instructions on work drop off and pick up times.

 

JOIN TSA STRINGS!

"It's where you make your best friends!"

Have you ever wanted to try violin, viola, Cello or bass? Come join TSA Strings!

No experience necessary. We start at the Beginning!

Many 7th graders as well as older students start in Beginning Orchestra

Instruments provided free of charge!

Full year elective with 3 or more concerts per year!

Pathway to vocational String Quartet and Mariachi ensembles!

Advanced Strings travel yearly to Disney, Washington DC, Chicago, Cleveland, Cedar Point, NYC and more!

Questions? Ask Mrs. Anderson danderson@ts4arts.org

Join the schoology group Code: 9Q92J-8TMN5

 

POP COMBO AUDITIONS

Do you sing or play an instrument?!?! Wanna be in a band, play shows, and have fun? Then Pop Combo (Commercial Music) is for you! There are three Combos total. Classes meet everyday during school. All are performing groups (three shows a year, maybe more) playing a range of popular music from classic to current pop tunes. Come see what it's all about!

Auditions: Tuesday Jan. 23 and Thursday Jan. 25 at 3pm in room 204

What we need: Vocalists, Guitarists, Bassists, Drummers, Keyboard Players, Horn Players

Prepare: A pop song of your choice to sing or play (for example: Stand By Me, Come Together, Wonderwall, Riptide, etc.)

Questions: email MHeer@ts4arts.org

 

SPECIALS IN THE STUDENT COMMONS

Bring your money!!

Tuesday Special: Baked Goods $1.00

Wednesday Special: Pizza $2.00

Thursday Special: Mozzarella Sticks $2.00

Friday Special: Pizza and Ice Cream $2.00 and $1.00


TUESDAY 1/16/2018

 

2-HOUR DELAY

Please remember that tomorrow is a scheduled 2-hour delay. School will start at 10:05 and we will run on the normal 2-hour delay schedule. Please make necessary arrangements so you will be able to get to school on time.

 

THESPIANS

Since weather screwed up our last meeting, we will meet THIS FRIDAY in LEFEVRE's room (325) to discuss State Conference. Please plan on being there and getting a packet from me regarding conference. We will talk dues, tshirts, membership, and conference.

 

YOUNG ARTISTS AT WORK

Looking for a summer job in the arts?

Apply for the Young Artist At Work program. YAAW is a six-week PAID apprenticeship program through the Arts Commission. YAAW is an opportunity for teens ages 14-18 to explore potential careers in creative industries. Read more about the program and apply here.

http://theartscommission.org/youth

 

PORTER GALLERY

February in the Porter Gallery is parent and staff works! Any parents with current or past works may submit. Have a piece you made back in the day? That’s perfect! This is open to parents but is not limited to guardians. If another family member like a grandma/grandpa or aunt/uncle wishes to participate they are welcome to submit work. The Gallery will need an intent to participate by no later than Friday January 19th. The work will need to be submitted by the following Friday, the 26th.

 

Please submit your intent to participate to Gallery@ts4arts.org

With the subject: Staff/Parent Participation

In the body of the email

Please state your first and last name, your student’s name(s) and grade(s), and the type of work you plan to submit (painting, sculpture, pottery etc.)

All Participation submissions must be made by Friday January 19th. A confirmation email will be sent along with more instructions on work drop off and pick up times.

 

JOIN TSA STRINGS!

"It's where you make your best friends!"

Have you ever wanted to try violin, viola, Cello or bass? Come join TSA Strings!

No experience necessary. We start at the Beginning!

Many 7th graders as well as older students start in Beginning Orchestra

Instruments provided free of charge!

Full year elective with 3 or more concerts per year!

Pathway to vocational String Quartet and Mariachi ensembles!

Advanced Strings travel yearly to Disney, Washington DC, Chicago, Cleveland, Cedar Point, NYC and more!

Questions? Ask Mrs. Anderson danderson@ts4arts.org

Join the schoology group Code: 9Q92J-8TMN5

 

POP COMBO AUDITIONS

Do you sing or play an instrument?!?! Wanna be in a band, play shows, and have fun? Then Pop Combo (Commercial Music) is for you! There are three Combos total. Classes meet everyday during school. All are performing groups (three shows a year, maybe more) playing a range of popular music from classic to current pop tunes. Come see what it's all about!

Auditions: Tuesday Jan. 23 and Thursday Jan. 25 at 3pm in room 204

What we need: Vocalists, Guitarists, Bassists, Drummers, Keyboard Players, Horn Players

Prepare: A pop song of your choice to sing or play (for example: Stand By Me, Come Together, Wonderwall, Riptide, etc.)

Questions: email MHeer@ts4arts.org

 

UKULELE CLASSES FOR BEGINNER (SESSION 2)

Is your New Year’s Resolution to learn a new instrument? Come to the Guitar Room (room #420) after school on Tuesday, January 16th for an informational meeting regarding the upcoming ukulele classes. There is absolutely no musical experience required for this class.

Can't make the meeting? That's okay! Contact the instructor at cjlyphout@stu.ts4arts.org and you will be given all of the information you need.

 

SPECIALS IN THE STUDENT COMMONS

Bring your money!!

Tuesday Special: Baked Goods $1.00

Wednesday Special: Pizza $2.00

Thursday Special: Mozzarella Sticks $2.00

Friday Special: Pizza and Ice Cream $2.00 and $1.00


THURSDAY 1/11/2018

 

IPADS

New Year Reminder: ALL STUDENTS must show their iPad to Mrs. Hough upon entering each morning. If your iPad is in your bag, you MUST get it out. If you left it at home or in school, you will sign in.  Please be prepared and have your iPads ready before you get to the 2nd floor stairwell door.

 

PRIVATE MUSIC LESSONS

Private Music Lessons start back up again THIS WEEK. Please be on time and have your music and instruments with you. Please contact Ms. Ferguson with any questions or concerns.

 

JOIN TSA STRINGS!

"It's where you make your best friends!"

Have you ever wanted to try violin, viola, Cello or bass? Come join TSA Strings!

No experience necessary. We start at the Beginning!

Many 7th graders as well as older students start in Beginning Orchestra

Instruments provided free of charge!

Full year elective with 3 or more concerts per year!

Pathway to vocational String Quartet and Mariachi ensembles!

Advanced Strings travel yearly to Disney, Washington DC, Chicago, Cleveland, Cedar Point, NYC and more!

Questions? Ask Mrs. Anderson danderson@ts4arts.org

Join the schoology group Code: 9Q92J-8TMN5

 

POP COMBO AUDITIONS

Do you sing or play an instrument?!?! Wanna be in a band, play shows, and have fun? Then Pop Combo (Commercial Music) is for you! There are three Combos total. Classes meet everyday during school. All are performing groups (three shows a year, maybe more) playing a range of popular music from classic to current pop tunes. Come see what it's all about!

Auditions: Tuesday Jan. 23 and Thursday Jan. 25 at 3pm in room 204

What we need: Vocalists, Guitarists, Bassists, Drummers, Keyboard Players, Horn Players

Prepare: A pop song of your choice to sing or play (for example: Stand By Me, Come Together, Wonderwall, Riptide, etc.)

Questions: email MHeer@ts4arts.org

 

UKULELE CLASSES FOR BEGINNER (SESSION 2)

Is your New Year’s Resolution to learn a new instrument? Come to the Guitar Room (room #420) after school on Tuesday, January 16th for an informational meeting regarding the upcoming ukulele classes. There is absolutely no musical experience required for this class.

Can't make the meeting? That's okay! Contact the instructor at cjlyphout@stu.ts4arts.org and you will be given all of the information you need.

 

THESPIANS

Welcome to the New Year everybody! Glad to have you back! There WILL be a thespians meeting tomorrow, in room 325. You must be at this meeting if you want to go to STATE CONFERENCE.

 

SPECIALS IN THE STUDENT COMMONS

This week and next! Bring your money!!

Tuesday Special: Baked Goods $1.00

Wednesday Special: Pizza $2.00

Thursday Special: Mozzarella Sticks $2.00

Friday Special: Pizza and Ice Cream $2.00 and $1.00


WEDNESDAY 1/10/2018

 

IPADS

New Year Reminder: ALL STUDENTS must show their iPad to Mrs. Hough upon entering each morning. If your iPad is in your bag, you MUST get it out. If you left it at home or in school, you will sign in.  Please be prepared and have your iPads ready before you get to the 2nd floor stairwell door.

 

PRIVATE MUSIC LESSONS

Private Music Lessons start back up again THIS WEEK. Please be on time and have your music and instruments with you. Please contact Ms. Ferguson with any questions or concerns.

 

JOIN TSA STRINGS!

"It's where you make your best friends!"

Have you ever wanted to try violin, viola, Cello or bass? Come join TSA Strings!

No experience necessary. We start at the Beginning!

Many 7th graders as well as older students start in Beginning Orchestra

Instruments provided free of charge!

Full year elective with 3 or more concerts per year!

Pathway to vocational String Quartet and Mariachi ensembles!

Advanced Strings travel yearly to Disney, Washington DC, Chicago, Cleveland, Cedar Point, NYC and more!

Questions? Ask Mrs. Anderson danderson@ts4arts.org

Join the schoology group Code: 9Q92J-8TMN5

 

UKULELE CLASSES FOR BEGINNER (SESSION 2)

Is your New Year’s Resolution to learn a new instrument? Come to the Guitar Room (room #420) after school on Tuesday, January 16th for an informational meeting regarding the upcoming ukulele classes. There is absolutely no musical experience required for this class.

Can't make the meeting? That's okay! Contact the instructor at cjlyphout@stu.ts4arts.org and you will be given all of the information you need.

 

THESPIANS

Welcome to the New Year everybody! Glad to have you back! There WILL be a thespians meeting THIS Friday in room 325. You must be at this meeting if you want to go to STATE CONFERENCE.

 

SPECIALS IN THE STUDENT COMMONS

This week and next! Bring your money!!

Tuesday Special: Baked Goods $1.00

Wednesday Special: Pizza $2.00

Thursday Special: Mozzarella Sticks $2.00

Friday Special: Pizza and Ice Cream $2.00 and $1.00


TUESDAY, 1/9/2018

 

IPADS

New Year Reminder: ALL STUDENTS must show their iPad to Mrs. Hough upon entering each morning. If your iPad is in your bag, you MUST get it out. If you left it at home or in school, you will sign in.  Please be prepared and have your iPads ready before you get to the 2nd floor stairwell door.

 

PRIVATE MUSIC LESSONS

Private Music Lessons start back up again THIS WEEK. Please be on time and have your music and instruments with you. Please contact Ms. Ferguson with any questions or concerns.

 

JOIN TSA STRINGS!

"It's where you make your best friends!"

Have you ever wanted to try violin, viola, Cello or bass? Come join TSA Strings!

No experience necessary. We start at the Beginning!

Many 7th graders as well as older students start in Beginning Orchestra

Instruments provided free of charge!

Full year elective with 3 or more concerts per year!

Pathway to vocational String Quartet and Mariachi ensembles!

Advanced Strings travel yearly to Disney, Washington DC, Chicago, Cleveland, Cedar Point, NYC and more!

Questions? Ask Mrs. Anderson danderson@ts4arts.org

Join the schoology group Code: 9Q92J-8TMN5

 

UKULELE CLASSES FOR BEGINNER (SESSION 2)

Is your New Year’s Resolution to learn a new instrument? Come to the Guitar Room (room #420) after school on Tuesday, January 16th for an informational meeting regarding the upcoming ukulele classes. There is absolutely no musical experience required for this class.

Can't make the meeting? That's okay! Contact the instructor at cjlyphout@stu.ts4arts.org and you will be given all of the information you need.

 

THESPIANS

Welcome to the New Year everybody! Glad to have you back! There WILL be a thespians meeting THIS Friday in room 325. You must be at this meeting if you want to go to STATE CONFERENCE.


FRIDAY 12/22/17

 

WINTER BREAK

Have a restful and wonderful Holiday Season!

See you next year!

 

IPADS

New Year Reminder: ALL STUDENTS must show their iPad to Mrs. Hough upon entering each morning. If your iPad is in your bag, you MUST get it out. If you left it at home or in school, you will sign in.  Please be prepared and have your iPads ready before you get to the 2nd floor stairwell door.

 

STUDENT CODE OF CONDUCT

TSA Students, Parents, & Caregivers,

Winter Break is a time when students and families may enjoy electronic and other communication devices, as well as, toys and play objects.  While spending time as a family, please take time to review and discuss the Toledo School of Arts Student Code of Conduct.

TSA students should be mindful to use electronic and other communication devices, as well as, social media platforms, in a responsible manner.

The Student Code of Conduct, policy 271, can be found at www.ts4arts.org.  Click the "About Us" tab, click "School Policies", and then click "Section 2".  

Have a WONDERFUL Winter Break!

 

LOST & FOUND

The lost and found is currently set up outside the first floor office. If you are missing any personal belongings please go and check for it this week. Any unclaimed items will be gone when you return from winter break.

 

SEMESTER CLASS CHANGE

If you have a semester class, please be sure to check your schedule before you get back from break for room changes.

 

ALUMNI FIRST FRIDAY

Everyone is invited to join in welcoming back our alumni for the annual Alumni First Friday, January 5th at 7PM in the Attic Theater. Come visit with alumni and see what they are working on at this free event!

 

ARE YOU STRESSED ABOUT EXAMS????

BRING YOUR MONEY TO THE COMMONS AND HELP WITH THAT STRESS!

The funds raised will help the acting and design students travel to NYC this Spring Break.

 

The Commons: Specials for Exam Week

Monday: Baked Goods and Meatballs

 3 Meatballs for 2.00/ Baked Goods 1.00

Tuesday: Mozzarella Sticks and Sauce

3 Sticks for 2.00

Wednesday: Pretzels and Cheese

1 Pretzel and Cheese for 2.00

Thursday: Pizza

1 Slice for 2.00

Friday: Doughnuts

1 Doughnut for 2.00

 

WINNER!

Congratulations to Casey Riley!  She is the winner of the Oldest Class Ring Contest.  She brought in a ring from 1932 and will receive her class ring for free.

   

PUNCH CARD RAFFLE

There are PUNCH CARDS in the first and fourth floor office - take them to all three of our Satellite Store locations - Schramm's Flowers on Central Avenue, River Center Gallery in Sylvania, and Petit Fours in the Oliver House - by January 31 and get your card punched.  Bring it back to TSA and enter into a raffle to win a beautiful gift basket of goodies!  No purchase necessary, just support our efforts and go visit the stores..........but feel free to purchase if you'd like!  How cool is it that TSA students' artwork is for sale all across town??


THURSDAY 12/21/17

 

LOST & FOUND

The lost and found is currently set up outside the first floor office. If you are missing any personal belongings please go and check for it this week. Any unclaimed items will be gone when you return from winter break.

 

SEMESTER CLASS CHANGE

If you have a semester class, please be sure to check your schedule before you get back from break for room changes.

 

ALUMNI FIRST FRIDAY

Everyone is invited to join in welcoming back our alumni for the annual Alumni First Friday, January 5th at 7PM in the Attic Theater. Come visit with alumni and see what they are working on at this free event!

 

EXAM WEEK INFO

Please carefully read the email that was sent out to all students regarding this week’s exams. An email was also sent out with the final list of students that received an exam exemption. Please check that list for your name. Do not just assume that you are exempt because you filled out the form.

 

ARE YOU STRESSED ABOUT EXAMS????

BRING YOUR MONEY TO THE COMMONS AND HELP WITH THAT STRESS!

The funds raised will help the acting and design students travel to NYC this Spring Break.

 

The Commons: Specials for Exam Week

Monday: Baked Goods and Meatballs

 3 Meatballs for 2.00/ Baked Goods 1.00

Tuesday: Mozzarella Sticks and Sauce

3 Sticks for 2.00

Wednesday: Pretzels and Cheese

1 Pretzel and Cheese for 2.00

Thursday: Pizza

1 Slice for 2.00

Friday: Doughnuts

1 Doughnut for 2.00

 

WINNER!

Congratulations to Casey Riley!  She is the winner of the Oldest Class Ring Contest.  She brought in a ring from 1932 and will receive her class ring for free.

   

PUNCH CARD RAFFLE

There are PUNCH CARDS in the first and fourth floor office - take them to all three of our Satellite Store locations - Schramm's Flowers on Central Avenue, River Center Gallery in Sylvania, and Petit Fours in the Oliver House - by January 31 and get your card punched.  Bring it back to TSA and enter into a raffle to win a beautiful gift basket of goodies!  No purchase necessary, just support our efforts and go visit the stores..........but feel free to purchase if you'd like!  How cool is it that TSA students' artwork is for sale all across town??


WEDNESDAY 12/20/17

 

LOST & FOUND

The lost and found is currently set up outside the first floor office. If you are missing any personal belonging please go and check for it this week. Any unclaimed items will be gone when you return from winter break.

 

SEMESTER CLASS CHANGE

If you have a semester class, please be sure to check your schedule before you get back from break for room changes.

 

ALUMNI FIRST FRIDAY

Everyone is invited to join in welcoming back our alumni for the annual Alumni First Friday, January 5th at 7PM in the Attic Theater. Come visit with alumni and see what they are working on at this free event!

 

EXAM WEEK INFO

Please carefully read the email that was sent out to all students regarding this week’s exams. An email was also sent out with the final list of students that received an exam exemption. Please check that list for your name. Do not just assume that you are exempt because you filled out the form.

 

ARE YOU STRESSED ABOUT EXAMS????

BRING YOUR MONEY TO THE COMMONS AND HELP WITH THAT STRESS!

The funds raised will help the acting and design students travel to NYC this Spring Break.

 

The Commons: Specials for Exam Week

Monday: Baked Goods and Meatballs

 3 Meatballs for 2.00/ Baked Goods 1.00

Tuesday: Mozzarella Sticks and Sauce

3 Sticks for 2.00

Wednesday: Pretzels and Cheese

1 Pretzel and Cheese for 2.00

Thursday: Pizza

1 Slice for 2.00

Friday: Doughnuts

1 Doughnut for 2.00

 

WINNER!

Congratulations to Casey Riley!  She is the winner of the Oldest Class Ring Contest.  She brought in a ring from 1932 and will receive her class ring for free.

   

PUNCH CARD RAFFLE

There are PUNCH CARDS in the first and fourth floor office - take them to all three of our Satellite Store locations - Schramm's Flowers on Central Avenue, River Center Gallery in Sylvania, and Petit Fours in the Oliver House - by January 31 and get your card punched.  Bring it back to TSA and enter into a raffle to win a beautiful gift basket of goodies!  No purchase necessary, just support our efforts and go visit the stores..........but feel free to purchase if you'd like!  How cool is it that TSA students' artwork is for sale all across town??


TUESDAY 12/19/17

 

SCHOOL STORE HOURS

Master Thief game cards just arrived at TSA on sale for $25! We knew that we had to open up the school store at least once more before break. LAST MINUTE HOLIDAY SHOPPING HOURS: Wednesday from 11:15 to 12:30 PM. SHOP TSA!

 

ALUMNI FIRST FRIDAY

Everyone is invited to join in welcoming back our alumni for the annual Alumni First Friday, January 5th at 7PM in the Attic Theater. Come visit with alumni and see what they are working on at this free event!

 

EXAM WEEK INFO

Please carefully read the email that was sent out to all students regarding this week’s exams. An email was also sent out with the final list of students that received an exam exemption. Please check that list for your name. Do not just assume that you are exempt because you filled out the form.

 

ARE YOU STRESSED ABOUT EXAMS????

BRING YOUR MONEY TO THE COMMONS AND HELP WITH THAT STRESS!

The funds raised will help the acting and design students travel to NYC this Spring Break.

 

The Commons: Specials for Exam Week

Monday: Baked Goods and Meatballs

 3 Meatballs for 2.00/ Baked Goods 1.00

Tuesday: Mozzarella Sticks and Sauce

3 Sticks for 2.00

Wednesday: Pretzels and Cheese

1 Pretzel and Cheese for 2.00

Thursday: Pizza

1 Slice for 2.00

Friday: Doughnuts

1 Doughnut for 2.00

 

WINNER!

Congratulations to Casey Riley!  She is the winner of the Oldest Class Ring Contest.  She brought in a ring from 1932 and will receive her class ring for free.

   

PUNCH CARD RAFFLE

There are PUNCH CARDS in the first and fourth floor office - take them to all three of our Satellite Store locations - Schramm's Flowers on Central Avenue, River Center Gallery in Sylvania, and Petit Fours in the Oliver House - by January 31 and get your card punched.  Bring it back to TSA and enter into a raffle to win a beautiful gift basket of goodies!  No purchase necessary, just support our efforts and go visit the stores..........but feel free to purchase if you'd like!  How cool is it that TSA students' artwork is for sale all across town??

 


MONDAY 12/18/2017

 

SCHOOL STORE HOURS

Master Thief game cards just arrived at TSA on sale for $25! We knew that we had to open up the school store at least once more before break. LAST MINUTE HOLIDAY SHOPPING HOURS: Wednesday from 11:15 to 12:30 PM. SHOP TSA!

 

ALUMNI FIRST FRIDAY

Everyone is invited to join in welcoming back our alumni for the annual Alumni First Friday, January 5th at 7PM in the Attic Theater. Come visit with alumni and see what they are working on at this free event!

 

EXAM WEEK INFO

Please carefully read the email that was sent out to all students regarding next week’s exams. An email was also sent out with the final list of students that received an exam exemption. Please check that list for your name. Do not just assume that you are exempt because you filled out the form.

 

ARE YOU STRESSED ABOUT EXAMS????

BRING YOUR MONEY TO THE COMMONS AND HELP WITH THAT STRESS!

The funds raised will help the acting and design students travel to NYC this Spring Break.

 

The Commons: Specials for Exam Week

Monday: Baked Goods and Meatballs

 3 Meatballs for 2.00/ Baked Goods 1.00

Tuesday: Mozzarella Sticks and Sauce

3 Sticks for 2.00

Wednesday: Pretzels and Cheese

1 Pretzel and Cheese for 2.00

Thursday: Pizza

1 Slice for 2.00

Friday: Doughnuts

1 Doughnut for 2.00

 

WINNER!

Congratulations to Casey Riley!  She is the winner of the Oldest Class Ring Contest.  She brought in a ring from 1932 and will receive her class ring for free.

   

PUNCH CARD RAFFLE

There are PUNCH CARDS in the first and fourth floor office - take them to all three of our Satellite Store locations - Schramm's Flowers on Central Avenue, River Center Gallery in Sylvania, and Petit Fours in the Oliver House - by January 31 and get your card punched.  Bring it back to TSA and enter into a raffle to win a beautiful gift basket of goodies!  No purchase necessary, just support our efforts and go visit the stores..........but feel free to purchase if you'd like!  How cool is it that TSA students' artwork is for sale all across town??


FRIDAY 12/15/2017

 

EXAM WEEK INFO

Please carefully read the email that was sent out to all students regarding next week’s exams. An email was also sent out with the final list of students that received an exam exemption. Please check that list for your name. Do not just assume that you are exempt because you filled out the form.

 

ARE YOU STRESSED ABOUT EXAMS????

BRING YOUR MONEY TO THE COMMONS AND HELP WITH THAT STRESS!

The funds raised will help the acting and design students travel to NYC this Spring Break.

 

The Commons: Specials for Exam Week

Monday: Baked Goods and Meatballs

 3 Meatballs for 2.00/ Baked Goods 1.00

Tuesday: Mozzarella Sticks and Sauce

3 Sticks for 2.00

Wednesday: Pretzels and Cheese

1 Pretzel and Cheese for 2.00

Thursday: Pizza

1 Slice for 2.00

Friday: Doughnuts

1 Doughnut for 2.00

 

WINNER!

Congratulations to Casey Riley!  She is the winner of the Oldest Class Ring Contest.  She brought in a ring from 1932 and will receive her class ring for free.

 

Need to Relax?

Join Prism today, December 15th, 3:15-4:15 in room 313 for a little pre-exam relaxation and self-care! We'll have hot chocolate, festive tunes, and a calming atmosphere to help ease you into semester exams. All are welcome! Hope you can join us!

   

PUNCH CARD RAFFLE

There are PUNCH CARDS in the first and fourth floor office - take them to all three of our Satellite Store locations - Schramm's Flowers on Central Avenue, River Center Gallery in Sylvania, and Petit Fours in the Oliver House - by January 31 and get your card punched.  Bring it back to TSA and enter into a raffle to win a beautiful gift basket of goodies!  No purchase necessary, just support our efforts and go visit the stores..........but feel free to purchase if you'd like!  How cool is it that TSA students' artwork is for sale all across town??

 

IN MEMORY

Students in Action is helping to support this cause and would like your help-

The Young-Russell family, a part of the TSA family, suffered the loss of their young child (Allison) recently and in her memory has organized the "Allison's Books + Beanies" donation drive.  "Allison's Books + Beanies" will collect NEW children's books, blankets, beanies/hats, scarves, etc. to donate to a local pediatric intensive care unit where they will be used to comfort, care and help children of all ages who are in the NICU/PICU units.

There is a TSA donation box in each English classroom. If you don’t have an English class, there is also a box in the first floor office!  Please donate generously. Donations will be accepted until December 15, 2017.


THURSDAY 12/14/2017

 

WINNER!

Congratulations to Casey Riley!  She is the winner of the Oldest Class Ring Contest.  She brought in a ring from 1932 and will receive her class ring for free.

 

NEED TO RELAX?

Join Prism tomorrow, December 15th, 3:15-4:15 in room 313 for a little pre-exam relaxation and self-care! We'll have hot chocolate, festive tunes, and a calming atmosphere to help ease you into semester exams. All are welcome! Hope you can join us!

 

WINTER MUSIC FEST

You like music...

You like your friends...

Skip watching weird memes for an evening and cheer for your friends making music! Winter Music Fest is tonight, Dec. 14th at 7:00PM in the Bowsher Auditorium. (Someone has to be in the audience...that's your job!)

Ticket info at ts4arts.org

See you there!

 

ART SHOW RECEPTION

Attention art lovers: the TSA Visual Art Department is proud to invite you to our first-ever after school art show reception! We will be holding an open-house style reception in celebration of our New Student Works exhibition in the Porter Gallery on the 1st floor, today, from 3:00 to 4:00. All are invited to meet the 6th - 12th grade artists, view some amazing pieces of art, and enjoy some refreshments. We hope you can stop by!

  

SITHMAS

In a school not so far away…Revenge of the Sithmas!   December 11-15

Join NHS in celebrating the holidays Star Wars style! Get ready for a week full of out of this world after school activities like a dance party, and costume contest! During lunches you can get pictures in the Star Wars universe via green screen, and purchase of tie fighter/ X wing grams!  Also, the extra special Hagegrams! Each Hagegram will be personally delivered, barbershop quartet style, by the Hagedorn brothers!

There are two kinds of Hagegrams to send to your friends:

1.        A standard issue holiday greeting delivered to your friend’s fourth period class $10

2.        A short customized message containing your friend’s name and a short personalized song written by Gabe Hagedorn. $20

 

Each Hagegram comes with one green screen photo.

 

Hagagrams will be delivered Friday December 15.

 

Hagegrams WILL NOT be sold after December 8.

 

Other grams are available for purchase at lunch December 5-12

 

Proceeds from the sale of grams will be split between the charity Heifer International, and a fund to benefit TSA families in need.  

 

Get ready for the best celebration in the galaxy!

 

PUNCH CARD RAFFLE

There are PUNCH CARDS in the first and fourth floor office - take them to all three of our Satellite Store locations - Schramm's Flowers on Central Avenue, River Center Gallery in Sylvania, and Petit Fours in the Oliver House - by January 31 and get your card punched.  Bring it back to TSA and enter into a raffle to win a beautiful gift basket of goodies!  No purchase necessary, just support our efforts and go visit the stores..........but feel free to purchase if you'd like!  How cool is it that TSA students' artwork is for sale all across town??

 

IN MEMORY

Students in Action is helping to support this cause and would like your help-

The Young-Russell family, a part of the TSA family, suffered the loss of their young child (Allison) recently and in her memory has organized the "Allison's Books + Beanies" donation drive.  "Allison's Books + Beanies" will collect NEW children's books, blankets, beanies/hats, scarves, etc. to donate to a local pediatric intensive care unit where they will be used to comfort, care and help children of all ages who are in the NICU/PICU units.

There is a TSA donation box in each English classroom. If you don’t have an English class, there is also a box in the first floor office!  Please donate generously. Donations will be accepted until December 15, 2017.


WEDNESDAY 12/13/2017

 

NEED TO RELAX?

Join Prism on Friday December 15th, 3:15-4:15 in room 313 for a little pre-exam relaxation and self-care! We'll have hot chocolate, festive tunes, and a calming atmosphere to help ease you into semester exams. All are welcome! Hope you can join us!

 

 WINTER MUSIC FEST

You like music...

You like your friends...

Skip watching weird memes for an evening and cheer for your friends making music! Winter Music Fest is tomorrow, Dec. 14th at 7:00PM in the Bowsher Auditorium. (Someone has to be in the audience...that's your job!)

Ticket info at ts4arts.org

See you there!

 

ART SHOW RECEPTION

Attention art lovers: the TSA Visual Art Department is proud to invite you to our first-ever after school art show reception! We will be holding an open-house style reception in celebration of our New Student Works exhibition in the Porter Gallery on the 1st floor, tomorrow, from 3:00 to 4:00. All are invited to meet the 6th - 12th grade artists, view some amazing pieces of art, and enjoy some refreshments. We hope you can stop by!

  

 SITHMAS

In a school not so far away…Revenge of the Sithmas!   December 11-15

Join NHS in celebrating the holidays Star Wars style! Get ready for a week full of out of this world after school activities like a dance party, and costume contest! During lunches you can get pictures in the Star Wars universe via green screen, and purchase of tie fighter/ X wing grams!  Also, the extra special Hagegrams! Each Hagegram will be personally delivered, barbershop quartet style, by the Hagedorn brothers!

There are two kinds of Hagegrams to send to your friends:

1.        A standard issue holiday greeting delivered to your friend’s fourth period class $10

2.        A short customized message containing your friend’s name and a short personalized song written by Gabe Hagedorn. $20

 

Each Hagegram comes with one green screen photo.

 

Hagagrams will be delivered Friday December 15.

 

Hagegrams WILL NOT be sold after December 8.

 

Other grams are available for purchase at lunch December 5-12

 

Proceeds from the sale of grams will be split between the charity Heifer International, and a fund to benefit TSA families in need.  

 

Get ready for the best celebration in the galaxy!

 

PUNCH CARD RAFFLE

There are PUNCH CARDS in the first and fourth floor office - take them to all three of our Satellite Store locations - Schramm's Flowers on Central Avenue, River Center Gallery in Sylvania, and Petit Fours in the Oliver House - by January 31 and get your card punched.  Bring it back to TSA and enter into a raffle to win a beautiful gift basket of goodies!  No purchase necessary, just support our efforts and go visit the stores..........but feel free to purchase if you'd like!  How cool is it that TSA students' artwork is for sale all across town??

 

IN MEMORY

Students in Action is helping to support this cause and would like your help-

The Young-Russell family, a part of the TSA family, suffered the loss of their young child (Allison) recently and in her memory has organized the "Allison's Books + Beanies" donation drive.  "Allison's Books + Beanies" will collect NEW children's books, blankets, beanies/hats, scarves, etc. to donate to a local pediatric intensive care unit where they will be used to comfort, care and help children of all ages who are in the NICU/PICU units.

There is a TSA donation box in each English classroom. If you don’t have an English class, there is also a box in the first floor office!  Please donate generously. Donations will be accepted until December 15, 2017.


TUESDAY 12/12/17

 

Choir Concert - Past and Present

Join us tonight at the beautiful Trinity Episcopal Church downtown on Adams Street at 7pm for a lovely evening filled with music for the season featuring piano students and TSA’s Junior Chorus, Senior Chorus, and (for the first time ever) TSA’s Alumni Chorus. Tickets can be purchased at our box office today after school and at the door at Trinity, $6 Adult, $4 Student & Senior. Hope to see you tonight!

 

WINTER MUSIC FEST

You like music...

You like your friends...

Skip watching weird memes for an evening and cheer for your friends making music! Winter Music Fest is this Thursday, Dec. 14th at 7:00PM in the Bowsher Auditorium. (Someone has to be in the audience...that's your job!)

Ticket info at ts4arts.org

See you there!

 

ART SHOW RECEPTION

Attention art lovers: the TSA Visual Art Department is proud to invite you to our first-ever after school art show reception! We will be holding an open-house style reception in celebration of our New Student Works exhibition in the Porter Gallery on the 1st floor, this Thursday, from 3:00 to 4:00. All are invited to meet the 6th - 12th grade artists, view some amazing pieces of art, and enjoy some refreshments. We hope you can stop by!

 

SENIORS – STILL TIME TO ORDER

Attention Seniors: There is still time to order your graduation items. Please turn your order form and your down payment in to Mrs. Perry in the Guidance Office by tomorrow, Wed. December 13th.

 

 SITHMAS

In a school not so far away…Revenge of the Sithmas!   December 11-15

Join NHS in celebrating the holidays Star Wars style! Get ready for a week full of out of this world after school activities like a dance party, and costume contest! During lunches you can get pictures in the Star Wars universe via green screen, and purchase of tie fighter/ X wing grams!  Also, the extra special Hagegrams! Each Hagegram will be personally delivered, barbershop quartet style, by the Hagedorn brothers!

There are two kinds of Hagegrams to send to your friends:

1.        A standard issue holiday greeting delivered to your friend’s fourth period class $10

2.        A short customized message containing your friend’s name and a short personalized song written by Gabe Hagedorn. $20

 

Each Hagegram comes with one green screen photo.

 

Hagagrams will be delivered Friday December 15.

 

Hagegrams WILL NOT be sold after December 8.

 

Other grams are available for purchase at lunch December 5-12

 

Proceeds from the sale of grams will be split between the charity Heifer International, and a fund to benefit TSA families in need.  

 

Get ready for the best celebration in the galaxy!

 

PUNCH CARD RAFFLE

There are PUNCH CARDS in the first and fourth floor office - take them to all three of our Satellite Store locations - Schramm's Flowers on Central Avenue, River Center Gallery in Sylvania, and Petit Fours in the Oliver House - by January 31 and get your card punched.  Bring it back to TSA and enter into a raffle to win a beautiful gift basket of goodies!  No purchase necessary, just support our efforts and go visit the stores..........but feel free to purchase if you'd like!  How cool is it that TSA students' artwork is for sale all across town??

 

IN MEMORY

Students in Action is helping to support this cause and would like your help-

The Young-Russell family, a part of the TSA family, suffered the loss of their young child (Allison) recently and in her memory has organized the "Allison's Books + Beanies" donation drive.  "Allison's Books + Beanies" will collect NEW children's books, blankets, beanies/hats, scarves, etc. to donate to a local pediatric intensive care unit where they will be used to comfort, care and help children of all ages who are in the NICU/PICU units.

There is a TSA donation box in each English classroom. If you don’t have an English class, there is also a box in the first floor office!  Please donate generously. Donations will be accepted until December 15, 2017.

 


MONDAY 12/11/2017

 

WINTER MUSIC FEST

You like music...

You like your friends...

Skip watching weird memes for an evening and cheer for your friends making music! Winter Music Fest is this Thursday, Dec. 14th at 7:00PM in the Bowsher Auditorium. (someone has to be in the audience...that's your job!)

Ticket info at ts4arts.org

See you there!

 

ART SHOW RECEPTION

Attention art lovers: the TSA Visual Art Department is proud to invite you to our first-ever after school art show reception! We will be holding an open-house style reception in celebration of our New Student Works exhibition in the Porter Gallery on the 1st floor, this Thursday, from 3:00 to 4:00. All are invited to meet the 6th - 12th grade artists, view some amazing pieces of art, and enjoy some refreshments. We hope you can stop by!

 

SENIORS – STILL TIME TO ORDER

Attention Seniors: There is still time to order your graduation items. Please turn your order form and your down payment in to Mrs. Perry in the Guidance Office by Wed. December 13th.

 

 SITHMAS

In a school not so far away…Revenge of the Sithmas!   December 11-15

Join NHS in celebrating the holidays Star Wars style! Get ready for a week full of out of this world after school activities like a dance party, and costume contest! During lunches you can get pictures in the Star Wars universe via green screen, and purchase of tie fighter/ X wing grams!  Also, the extra special Hagegrams! Each Hagegram will be personally delivered, barbershop quartet style, by the Hagedorn brothers!

There are two kinds of Hagegrams to send to your friends:

1.        A standard issue holiday greeting delivered to your friend’s fourth period class $10

2.        A short customized message containing your friend’s name and a short personalized song written by Gabe Hagedorn. $20

 

Each Hagegram comes with one green screen photo.

 

Hagagrams will be delivered Friday December 15.

 

Hagegrams WILL NOT be sold after December 8.

 

Other grams are available for purchase at lunch December 5-12

 

Proceeds from the sale of grams will be split between the charity Heifer International, and a fund to benefit TSA families in need.  

 

Get ready for the best celebration in the galaxy!

 

PUNCH CARD RAFFLE

There are PUNCH CARDS in the first and fourth floor office - take them to all three of our Satellite Store locations - Schramm's Flowers on Central Avenue, River Center Gallery in Sylvania, and Petit Fours in the Oliver House - by January 31 and get your card punched.  Bring it back to TSA and enter into a raffle to win a beautiful gift basket of goodies!  No purchase necessary, just support our efforts and go visit the stores..........but feel free to purchase if you'd like!  How cool is it that TSA students' artwork is for sale all across town??

 

IN MEMORY

Students in Action is helping to support this cause and would like your help-

The Young-Russell family, a part of the TSA family, suffered the loss of their young child (Allison) recently and in her memory has organized the "Allison's Books + Beanies" donation drive.  "Allison's Books + Beanies" will collect NEW children's books, blankets, beanies/hats, scarves, etc. to donate to a local pediatric intensive care unit where they will be used to comfort, care and help children of all ages who are in the NICU/PICU units.

There is a TSA donation box in each English classroom. If you don’t have an English class, there is also a box in the first floor office!  Please donate generously. Donations will be accepted until December 15, 2017.


FRIDAY 12/8/2017

SENIOR THESPIANS

There is a senior thespian meeting TODAY in Lefevre's room. We have important stuff to discuss. See you then!!

 

SENIORS – STILL TIME TO ORDER

Attention Seniors: There is still time to order your graduation items. Please turn your order form and your down payment in to Mrs. Perry in the Guidance Office by Wed. December 13th.

 

 SITHMAS

In a school not so far away…Revenge of the Sithmas!   December 11-15

Join NHS in celebrating the holidays Star Wars style! Get ready for a week full of out of this world after school activities like a dance party, and costume contest! During lunches you can get pictures in the Star Wars universe via green screen, and purchase of tie fighter/ X wing grams!  Also, the extra special Hagegrams! Each Hagegram will be personally delivered, barbershop quartet style, by the Hagedorn brothers!

There are two kinds of Hagegrams to send to your friends:

1.        A standard issue holiday greeting delivered to your friend’s fourth period class $10

2.        A short customized message containing your friend’s name and a short personalized song written by Gabe Hagedorn. $20

 

Each Hagegram comes with one green screen photo.

 

Hagagrams will be delivered Friday December 15.

 

Hagegrams WILL NOT be sold after December 8.

 

Other grams are available for purchase at lunch December 5-12

 

Proceeds from the sale of grams will be split between the charity Heifer International, and a fund to benefit TSA families in need.  

 

Get ready for the best celebration in the galaxy!

 

INSPECTING CAROL

Looking for a really good laugh before exams??? Come see TSA's "Inspecting Carol" this weekend at Toledo Rep's 10th Street Stage! If you love theatre, or have ever seen A Christmas Carol, or have ever had to make a papier-mache turkey, then this show is for YOU! Today, Friday and Saturday at 7pm and Sunday at 2:30pm. Tickets on our website, at the box office or at the door. $16

Adults and $10 students/seniors

 

NEW ADMIN ASSISTANT TO THE PRINCIPAL

New Assistant / new contact.  Welcome Ms. Huss who will be the new Assistant to the Principal as of next week. She will be your new contact for information regarding the high school office, attendance, etc.  Her email is bhuss@ts4arts.org.  You will be hearing from her soon.  Please read her email messages and respond when necessary, as well as offer to help in any way you can.        

  

PUNCH CARD RAFFLE

There are PUNCH CARDS in the first and fourth floor office - take them to all three of our Satellite Store locations - Schramm's Flowers on Central Avenue, River Center Gallery in Sylvania, and Petit Fours in the Oliver House - by January 31 and get your card punched.  Bring it back to TSA and enter into a raffle to win a beautiful gift basket of goodies!  No purchase necessary, just support our efforts and go visit the stores..........but feel free to purchase if you'd like!  How cool is it that TSA students' artwork is for sale all across town??

 

IN MEMORY

Students in Action is helping to support this cause and would like your help-

The Young-Russell family, a part of the TSA family, suffered the loss of their young child (Allison) recently and in her memory has organized the "Allison's Books + Beanies" donation drive.  "Allison's Books + Beanies" will collect NEW children's books, blankets, beanies/hats, scarves, etc. to donate to a local pediatric intensive care unit where they will be used to comfort, care and help children of all ages who are in the NICU/PICU units.

There is a TSA donation box in each English classroom. If you don’t have an English class, there is also a box in the first floor office!  Please donate generously. Donations will be accepted until December 15, 2017.


Thursday, 12/7/2017

 

EXAM EXEMPTIONS

Exam exemption forms are due TOMORROW December 8th no later than 3:15. If you do not turn your form in by the deadline it will NOT be accepted. It must be signed by the teacher who’s exam you are exempting from as well as a parent or guardian. You may turn your form in at the office in the first and third floor anytime throughout the day.

 

SENIOR THESPIANS

There is a senior thespian meeting THIS FRIDAY in Lefevre's room. We have important stuff to discuss. See you then!!

 

ANIME CLUB

Anime club will be having a meeting today, in Mrs. Haywood-Imbrogno's room, room 303, from 3:15 to 4:30. In this meeting we'll be discussing how a white elephant gift exchange works, so if you don't know how that works you should come. We hope to see you there!

 

SENIORS – STILL TIME TO ORDER

Attention Seniors: There is still time to order your graduation items. Please turn your order form and your down payment in to Mrs. Perry in the Guidance Office by Wed. December 13th.

 

 SITHMAS

In a school not so far away…Revenge of the Sithmas!   December 11-15

Join NHS in celebrating the holidays Star Wars style! Get ready for a week full of out of this world after school activities like a dance party, and costume contest! During lunches you can get pictures in the Star Wars universe via green screen, and purchase of tie fighter/ X wing grams!  Also, the extra special Hagegrams! Each Hagegram will be personally delivered, barbershop quartet style, by the Hagedorn brothers!

There are two kinds of Hagegrams to send to your friends:

1.        A standard issue holiday greeting delivered to your friend’s fourth period class $10

2.        A short customized message containing your friend’s name and a short personalized song written by Gabe Hagedorn. $20

 

Each Hagegram comes with one green screen photo.

 

Hagagrams will be delivered Friday December 15.

 

Hagegrams WILL NOT be sold after December 8.

 

Other grams are available for purchase at lunch December 5-12

 

Proceeds from the sale of grams will be split between the charity Heifer International, and a fund to benefit TSA families in need.

 

Get ready for the best celebration in the galaxy!

 

INSPECTING CAROL

Looking for a really good laugh before exams??? Come see TSA's "Inspecting Carol" this weekend at Toledo Rep's 10th Street Stage! If you love theatre, or have ever seen A Christmas Carol, or have ever had to make a papier-mache turkey, then this show is for YOU! This Friday and Saturday at 7pm and Sunday at 2:30pm. Tickets on our website, at the box office or at the door. $16

Adults and $10 students/seniors

 

NEW ADMIN ASSISTANT TO THE PRINCIPAL

New Assistant / new contact.  Welcome Ms. Huss who will be the new Assistant to the Principal as of next week. She will be your new contact for information regarding the high school office, attendance, etc.  Her email is bhuss@ts4arts.org.  You will be hearing from her soon.  Please read her email messages and respond when necessary, as well as offer to help in any way you can.      

 

SHOP TSA

Ya'll need to get ready for this HOLIDAY SALE! Ask your parents for a raise in your allowance or ask your jobs for a raise because new TSA wear is coming in! tomorrow, Wednesday December 6th, the school store will be open from 3-5pm. On Thursday December 7th, hours are from 3-7 pm. And wait for it........A DISCOUNT of: buy one get 30% off your second purchase. Buy yourself, friends, family a gift to get into the holiday spirit! SHOP TSA!

  

PUNCH CARD RAFFLE

There are PUNCH CARDS in the first and fourth floor office - take them to all three of our Satellite Store locations - Schramm's Flowers on Central Avenue, River Center Gallery in Sylvania, and Petit Fours in the Oliver House - by January 31 and get your card punched.  Bring it back to TSA and enter into a raffle to win a beautiful gift basket of goodies!  No purchase necessary, just support our efforts and go visit the stores..........but feel free to purchase if you'd like!  How cool is it that TSA students' artwork is for sale all across town??

 

IN MEMORY

Students in Action is helping to support this cause and would like your help-

The Young-Russell family, a part of the TSA family, suffered the loss of their young child (Allison) recently and in her memory has organized the "Allison's Books + Beanies" donation drive.  "Allison's Books + Beanies" will collect NEW children's books, blankets, beanies/hats, scarves, etc. to donate to a local pediatric intensive care unit where they will be used to comfort, care and help children of all ages who are in the NICU/PICU units.

There is a TSA donation box in each English classroom. If you don’t have an English class, there is also a box in the first floor office!  Please donate generously. Donations will be accepted until December 15, 2017.


Wednesday, 12/6/2017

ANIME CLUB

Anime club will be having a meeting this Thursday in Mrs. Haywood-Imbrogno's room, room 303, from 3:15 to 4:30. In this meeting we'll be discussing how a white elephant gift exchange works, so if you don't know how that works you should come. We hope to see you there!

 

SENIORS – STILL TIME TO ORDER

Attention Seniors: There is still time to order your graduation items.  Please turn your order form and your down payment into Mrs. Perry in the Guidance Office by Wed. December 13th.

 

SITHMAS

In a school not so far away…Revenge of the Sithmas!   December 11-15

Join NHS in celebrating the holidays Star Wars style! Get ready for a week full of out of this world after school activities like a dance party, and costume contest! During lunches you can get pictures in the Star Wars universe via green screen, and purchase of tie fighter/ X wing grams!  Also, the extra special Hagegrams! Each Hagegram will be personally delivered, barbershop quartet style, by the Hagedorn brothers!

There are two kinds of Hagegrams to send to your friends:

1.    A standard issue holiday greeting delivered to your friend’s fourth period class $10

2.    A short customized message containing your friend’s name and a short personalized song written by Gabe Hagedorn. $20

Each Hagegram comes with one green screen photo.

Hagagrams will be delivered Friday December 15.

Hagegrams WILL NOT be sold after December 8.

Other grams are available for purchase at lunch December 5-12

Proceeds from the sale of grams will be split between the charity Heifer International, and a fund to benefit TSA families in need.

Get ready for the best celebration in the galaxy!

 

INSPECTING CAROL

Looking for a really good laugh before exams??? Come see TSA's "Inspecting Carol" this weekend at Toledo Rep's 10th Street Stage! If you love theatre, or have ever seen A Christmas Carol, or have ever had to make a papier-mache turkey, then this show is for YOU! This Friday and Saturday at 7pm and Sunday at 2:30pm. Tickets on our website, at the box office or at the door. $16

Adults and $10 students/seniors

 

NEW ADMIN ASSISTANT TO THE PRINCIPAL

New Assistant / new contact.  Welcome Ms. Huss who will be the new Assistant to the Principal as of next week. She will be your new contact for information regarding the high school office, attendance, etc.  Her email is bhuss@ts4arts.org.  You will be hearing from her soon.  Please read her email messages and respond when necessary, as well as offer to help in any way you can.            

 

SHOP TSA

Ya'll need to get ready for this HOLIDAY SALE! Ask your parents for a raise in your allowance or ask your jobs for a raise because new TSA wear is coming in! tomorrow, Wednesday December 6th, the school store will be open from 3-5pm. On Thursday December 7th, hours are from 3-7 pm. And wait for it........A DISCOUNT of: buy one get 30% off your second purchase. Buy yourself, friends, family a gift to get into the holiday spirit! SHOP TSA!

 

EXAM EXEMPTIONS

Grades 7-12 received an email with details regarding exam exemptions as well as two follow-up emails with corrections.  Please read everything carefully because no changes will be allowed after the form is turned in BY December 8th.  Grade six received a separate email because they will be taking their all ACADEMIC unit tests on exam days and may only request an exemption from arts classes, and only IF the teacher allows it. If anyone has questions, reread your email. If it is still confusing, ASK FOR HELP.      

 

PUNCH CARD RAFFLE

There are PUNCH CARDS in the first and fourth floor office - take them to all three of our Satellite Store locations - Schramm's Flowers on Central Avenue, River Center Gallery in Sylvania, and Petit Fours in the Oliver House - by January 31 and get your card punched.  Bring it back to TSA and enter into a raffle to win a beautiful gift basket of goodies!  No purchase necessary, just support our efforts and go visit the stores..........but feel free to purchase if you'd like!  How cool is it that TSA students' artwork is for sale all across town??

 

IN MEMORY

Students in Action is helping to support this cause and would like your help-

The Young-Russell family, a part of the TSA family, suffered the loss of their young child (Allison) recently and in her memory has organized the "Allison's Books + Beanies" donation drive.  "Allison's Books + Beanies" will collect NEW children's books, blankets, beanies/hats, scarves, etc. to donate to a local pediatric intensive care unit where they will be used to comfort, care and help children of all ages who are in the NICU/PICU units.

There is a TSA donation box in each English classroom. If you don’t have an English class, there is also a box in the first floor office!  Please donate generously. Donations will be accepted until December 15, 2017.  


Tuesday, 12/5/2017

 

INSPECTING CAROL

Looking for a really good laugh before exams??? Come see TSA's "Inspecting Carol" this weekend at Toledo Rep's 10th Street Stage! If you love theatre, or have ever seen A Christmas Carol, or have ever had to make a papier-mache turkey, then this show is for YOU! This Friday and Saturday at 7pm and Sunday at 2:30pm. Tickets on our website, at the box office or at the door. $16

Adults and $10 students/seniors

 

NEW ADMIN ASSISTANT TO THE PRINCIPAL

New Assistant / new contact.  Welcome Ms. Huss who will be the new Assistant to the Principal as of next week. She will be your new contact for information regarding the high school office, attendance, etc.  Her email is bhuss@ts4arts.org.  You will be hearing from her soon.  Please read her email messages and respond when necessary, as well as offer to help in any way you can.            

 

SHOP TSA

Ya'll need to get ready for this HOLIDAY SALE! Ask your parents for a raise in your allowance or ask your jobs for a raise because new TSA wear is coming in! tomorrow, Wednesday December 6th, the school store will be open from 3-5pm. On Thursday December 7th, hours are from 3-7 pm. And wait for it........A DISCOUNT of: buy one get 30% off your second purchase. Buy yourself, friends, family a gift to get into the holiday spirit! SHOP TSA!

 

EXAM EXEMPTIONS

Grades 7-12 received an email with details regarding exam exemptions as well as two follow-up emails with corrections.  Please read everything carefully because no changes will be allowed after the form is turned in BY December 8th.  Grade six received a separate email because they will be taking their all ACADEMIC unit tests on exam days and may only request an exemption from arts classes, and only IF the teacher allows it. If anyone has questions, reread your email. If it is still confusing, ASK FOR HELP.      

 

PUNCH CARD RAFFLE

There are PUNCH CARDS in the first and fourth floor office - take them to all three of our Satellite Store locations - Schramm's Flowers on Central Avenue, River Center Gallery in Sylvania, and Petit Fours in the Oliver House - by January 31 and get your card punched.  Bring it back to TSA and enter into a raffle to win a beautiful gift basket of goodies!  No purchase necessary, just support our efforts and go visit the stores..........but feel free to purchase if you'd like!  How cool is it that TSA students' artwork is for sale all across town??

 

IN MEMORY

Students in Action is helping to support this cause and would like your help-

The Young-Russell family, a part of the TSA family, suffered the loss of their young child (Allison) recently and in her memory has organized the "Allison's Books + Beanies" donation drive.  "Allison's Books + Beanies" will collect NEW children's books, blankets, beanies/hats, scarves, etc. to donate to a local pediatric intensive care unit where they will be used to comfort, care and help children of all ages who are in the NICU/PICU units.

There is a TSA donation box in each English classroom. If you don’t have an English class, there is also a box in the first floor office!  Please donate generously. Donations will be accepted until December 15, 2017.  

 


Monday, 12/4/2017

 

INSPECTING CAROL

Looking for a really good laugh before exams??? Come see TSA's "Inspecting Carol" this weekend at Toledo Rep's 10th Street Stage! If you love theatre, or have ever seen A Christmas Carol, or have ever had to make a papier-mache turkey, then this show is for YOU! This Friday and Saturday at 7pm and Sunday at 2:30pm. Tickets on our website, at the box office or at the door. $16

Adults and $10 students/seniors

 

NEW ADMIN ASSISTANT TO THE PRINCIPAL

New Assistant / new contact.  Welcome Ms. Huss who will be the new Assistant to the Principal as of next week. She will be your new contact for information regarding the high school office, attendance, etc.  Her email is bhuss@ts4arts.org.  You will be hearing from her soon.  Please read her email messages and respond when necessary, as well as offer to help in any way you can.            

 

SHOP TSA

Ya'll need to get ready for this HOLIDAY SALE! Ask your parents for a raise in your allowance or ask your jobs for a raise because new TSA wear is coming in! Today - December 4th and Wednesday December 6th, the school store will be open from 3-5pm. On Thursday December 7th, hours are from 3-7 pm. And wait for it........A DISCOUNT of: buy one get 30% off your second purchase. Buy yourself, friends, family a gift to get into the holiday spirit! SHOP TSA!

 

STUDY TABLES

If you are referred to Study Tables or are interested in attending, they are held in room 122 on Tuesday and Thursday after school.  They are also available on Wednesday morning at 7:30am in room 305.  

 

EXAM EXEMPTIONS

Grades 7-12 received an email with details regarding exam exemptions as well as two follow-up emails with corrections.  Please read everything carefully because no changes will be allowed after the form is turned in BY December 8th.  Grade six received a separate email because they will be taking their all ACADEMIC unit tests on exam days and may only request an exemption from arts classes, and only IF the teacher allows it. If anyone has questions, reread your email. If it is still confusing, ASK FOR HELP.      

 

PUNCH CARD RAFFLE

There are PUNCH CARDS in the first and fourth floor office - take them to all three of our Satellite Store locations - Schramm's Flowers on Central Avenue, River Center Gallery in Sylvania, and Petit Fours in the Oliver House - by January 31 and get your card punched.  Bring it back to TSA and enter into a raffle to win a beautiful gift basket of goodies!  No purchase necessary, just support our efforts and go visit the stores..........but feel free to purchase if you'd like!  How cool is it that TSA students' artwork is for sale all across town??

 

IN MEMORY

Students in Action is helping to support this cause and would like your help-

The Young-Russell family, a part of the TSA family, suffered the loss of their young child (Allison) recently and in her memory has organized the "Allison's Books + Beanies" donation drive.  "Allison's Books + Beanies" will collect NEW children's books, blankets, beanies/hats, scarves, etc. to donate to a local pediatric intensive care unit where they will be used to comfort, care and help children of all ages who are in the NICU/PICU units.

There is a TSA donation box in each English classroom. If you don’t have an English class, there is also a box in the first floor office!  Please donate generously. Donations will be accepted ‪until December 15, 2017.  

 


 

Friday, 12/1/2017

NEW ADMIN ASSISTANT TO THE PRINCIPAL

New Assistant / new contact.  Welcome Ms. Huss who will be the new Assistant to the Principal as of next week. She will be your new contact for information regarding the high school office, attendance, etc.  Her email is bhuss@ts4arts.org.  You will be hearing from her soon.  Please read her email messages and respond when necessary, as well as offer to help in any way you can.            

 

INSPECTING CAROL

Come and see the Sr. High play, Inspecting Carol

December 7-9 at 7pm and December 10 at 2:30pm.

Toledo Repertoire’s 10th St. Theater

$16 adults, $10 student/senior

 

SHOP TSA

Ya'll need to get ready for this HOLIDAY SALE! Ask your parents for a raise in your allowance or ask your jobs for a raise because new TSA wear is coming in! Monday December 4th and Wednesday December 6th, the school store will be open from 3-5pm. On Thursday December 7th, hours are from 3-7 pm. And wait for it........A DISCOUNT of: buy one get 30% off your second purchase. Buy yourself, friends, family a gift to get into the holiday spirit! SHOP TSA!

 

STUDY TABLES

If you are referred to Study Tables or are interested in attending, they are held in room 122 on Tuesday and Thursday after school.  They are also available on Wednesday morning at 7:30am in room 305.  

 

EXAM EXEMPTIONS

Grades 7-12 received an email with details regarding exam exemptions as well as two follow-up emails with corrections.  Please read everything carefully because no changes will be allowed after the form is turned in BY December 8th.  Grade six received a separate email because they will be taking their all ACADEMIC unit tests on exam days and may only request an exemption from arts classes, and only IF the teacher allows it. If anyone has questions, reread your email. If it is still confusing, ASK FOR HELP.      

 

PUNCH CARD RAFFLE

There are PUNCH CARDS in the first and fourth floor office - take them to all three of our Satellite Store locations - Schramm's Flowers on Central Avenue, River Center Gallery in Sylvania, and Petit Fours in the Oliver House - by January 31 and get your card punched.  Bring it back to TSA and enter into a raffle to win a beautiful gift basket of goodies!  No purchase necessary, just support our efforts and go visit the stores..........but feel free to purchase if you'd like!  How cool is it that TSA students' artwork is for sale all across town??

 

IN MEMORY

Students in Action is helping to support this cause and would like your help-

The Young-Russell family, a part of the TSA family, suffered the loss of their young child (Allison) recently and in her memory has organized the "Allison's Books + Beanies" donation drive.  "Allison's Books + Beanies" will collect NEW children's books, blankets, beanies/hats, scarves, etc. to donate to a local pediatric intensive care unit where they will be used to comfort, care and help children of all ages who are in the NICU/PICU units.

There is a TSA donation box in each English classroom. If you don’t have an English class, there is also a box in the first floor office!  Please donate generously. Donations will be accepted until December 15, 2017.  


Thursday, 11/30/17

SHOP TSA

Ya'll need to get ready for this HOLIDAY SALE! Ask your parents for a raise in your allowance or ask your jobs for a raise because new TSA wear is coming in! Monday December 4th and Wednesday December 6th, the school store will be open from 3-5pm. On Thursday December 7th, hours are from 3-7 pm. And wait for it........A DISCOUNT of: buy one get 30% off your second purchase. Buy yourself, friends, family a gift to get into the holiday spirit! SHOP TSA!

 

STUDY TABLES

If you are referred to Study Tables or are interested in attending, they are held in room 122 on Tuesday and Thursday after school.  They are also available on Wednesday morning at 7:30am in room 305.  

 

EXAM EXEMPTIONS

Grades 7-12 received an email with details regarding exam exemptions as well as two follow-up emails with corrections.  Please read everything carefully because no changes will be allowed after the form is turned in BY December 8th.  Grade six received a separate email because they will be taking their all ACADEMIC unit tests on exam days and may only request an exemption from arts classes, and only IF the teacher allows it. If anyone has questions, reread your email. If it is still confusing, ASK FOR HELP.      

 

PUNCH CARD RAFFLE

There are PUNCH CARDS in the first and fourth floor office - take them to all three of our Satellite Store locations - Schramm's Flowers on Central Avenue, River Center Gallery in Sylvania, and Petit Fours in the Oliver House - by January 31 and get your card punched.  Bring it back to TSA and enter into a raffle to win a beautiful gift basket of goodies!  No purchase necessary, just support our efforts and go visit the stores..........but feel free to purchase if you'd like!  How cool is it that TSA students' artwork is for sale all across town??

 

IN MEMORY

Students in Action is helping to support this cause and would like your help-

The Young-Russell family, a part of the TSA family, suffered the loss of their young child (Allison) recently and in her memory has organized the "Allison's Books + Beanies" donation drive.  "Allison's Books + Beanies" will collect NEW children's books, blankets, beanies/hats, scarves, etc. to donate to a local pediatric intensive care unit where they will be used to comfort, care and help children of all ages who are in the NICU/PICU units.

There is a TSA donation box in each English classroom. If you don’t have an English class, there is also a box in the first floor office!  Please donate generously. Donations will be accepted until December 15, 2017.  

 


Wednesday, 11/2/17

STUDY TABLES

If you are referred to Study Tables or are interested in attending, they are held in room 122 on Tuesday and Thursday after school.  They are also available on Wednesday morning at 7:30am in room 305.  

 

COMMONS SPECIALS  

Meatballs and Mozzarella Sticks

TODAY in the commons, there will be meatballs on sale /three meatballs for $2 AND on Thursday we will have mozzarella sticks/ 3 for $2.

Come and check out the Commons specials this Wednesday and Thursday!!

 

EXAM EXEMPTIONS

Grades 7-12 received an email with details regarding exam exemptions as well as two follow-up emails with corrections.  Please read everything carefully because no changes will be allowed after the form is turned in BY December 8th.  Grade six received a separate email because they will be taking their all ACADEMIC unit tests on exam days and may only request an exemption from arts classes, and only IF the teacher allows it. If anyone has questions, reread your email. If it is still confusing, ASK FOR HELP.      

 

1 MORE DAY - PLEASE DONATE

National Junior Honor Society will be collecting feminine hygiene products for Fight Homelessness. Period. -until November 30th. The collection box will be located in the first floor by the main office. Products collected will be distributed to over 15 Toledo area homeless shelters and organizations that work with women.

Homeless and low-income women and girls often face obstacles with access to feminine hygiene products. Collection efforts over the past two years have led to the donation of THOUSANDS of products to over FIFTEEN different organizations working with homeless and low-income women and girls in the Toledo-area.  

 

YU-GI-OH! CLUB

Yu-Gi-Oh! Club will be having a meeting TODAY from 3:10 to 4:30 in Mrs. Hayes's room, room 109. Come on and get your game on!

 

PUNCH CARD RAFFLE

There are PUNCH CARDS in the first and fourth floor office - take them to all three of our Satellite Store locations - Schramm's Flowers on Central Avenue, River Center Gallery in Sylvania, and Petit Fours in the Oliver House - by January 31 and get your card punched.  Bring it back to TSA and enter into a raffle to win a beautiful gift basket of goodies!  No purchase necessary, just support our efforts and go visit the stores..........but feel free to purchase if you'd like!  How cool is it that TSA students' artwork is for sale all across town??

 

CREATIVE WRITING CLUB

You are coming to Creative Writing Club. Tell your parents that it's every Thursday after school, and that you will be attending from now on. Tell them to pick you up at 4:15. You will bring a poem, a short story, a script, a song, a haiku, a rap, or a prediction/ horoscope, but you Will. Bring. Something.

Come to Mr. Longacre's room (311).

 

IN MEMORY

Students in Action is helping to support this cause and would like your help-

The Young-Russell family, a part of the TSA family, suffered the loss of their young child (Allison) recently and in her memory has organized the "Allison's Books + Beanies" donation drive.  "Allison's Books + Beanies" will collect NEW children's books, blankets, beanies/hats, scarves, etc. to donate to a local pediatric intensive care unit where they will be used to comfort, care and help children of all ages who are in the NICU/PICU units.

There is a TSA donation box in each English classroom. If you don’t have an English class, there is also a box in the first floor office!  Please donate generously. Donations will be accepted until December 15, 2017.  

 

 


Tuesday, 11/28/17

COMMONS SPECIALS  

Meatballs and Mozzarella Sticks

On Wednesday in the commons, there will be meatballs on sale /three meatballs for $2 AND on Thursday we will have mozzarella sticks/ 3 for $2.

Come and check out the Commons specials this Wednesday and Thursday!!

 

EXAM EXEMPTIONS