Alexa Fry is a Senior Clarinetist at TMP who Auditioned for the KMEA 1234A All-State Band for 2023. She is chosen and placed 1st Chair alternate for the All State Band! In addition, Her skills also allowed her to be apart of the 12A Honor Band. She will represent TMP along with top Musicians who are in 1A and 2A Schools in Kansas. She will be rehearsing and Performing with the 12A Honor Band in Wichita on February 23-25. Congratulations Alexa Fry!
5 days ago, Hector Hernandez
Alexa Fry, Senior Clarinetist. She has Made District Honor All 4 Years in her High School Time! She has also made All-State Band and now 12A Honor Band!
On January 25, 2023 Mrs. Flax took 6 art students to Smith Center for the League Art Paint In. They placed 2nd out of eleven schools that were there. Pictured from left to right are Natalie Loftus, Mary Greenwood, Riley Frank, Brooke Koenigsman, Karli Komarek and Ellie Gibson. Congratulations on a second place finish! Go Monarchs!
5 days ago, Front Office
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The Argentenian students switched roles today. During our House/Community time, they presented to our students on various topics about their home and culture: sports, food, social conventions, etc. It was wonderful to have a peek into their life and things that they are known for.
6 days ago, Front Office
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TMP-M is gearing up for a fun Catholic Schools Week, January 30 - February 3, 2023. We have several fun activities with Holy Family Elementary on Friday. All schools Mass will be celebrated at 10:00 on Friday, February 3, 2023 at Immaculate Heart of Mary Church. Please see the photo for dress up day information. We're looking forward to a fun week celebrating the great things that set us apart from other schools.
6 days ago, Front Office
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Thomas More Prep-Marian Announces New Teacher and Football Coach - https://www.tmp-m.org/o/tmpm/article/971353
7 days ago, Thomas More Prep-Marian
Grant Stephenson
Back in the fall, a multitude (at least a thousand) of high school singers auditioned for their District level KMEA High School Honor Choir. After the district event in December, scores from the same audition were tabulated, and the top singers from all seven districts in Kansas were selected to be in one of the two All-State Honor Choirs. Out of hundreds, roughly 50 soprano 2 singers were chosen from the entire state to fill the spots between both choirs. TMP-M's own Natalie Loftus, senior, was one who was selected for the Mixed Choir! She will go to Wichita at the end of February to spend a weekend rehearsing and then performing with the 2023 KMEA Mixed Honor Choir. This choir is an immense honor, and we are thrilled for Natalie and her hard work paying off! The concert is Saturday, February 25 at 11:30am at Century II in Wichita. Please come support Natalie in her major accomplishment!
14 days ago, Alexandra Rome
Natalie shines on stage!
Start planning your fun for the Super Bowl and help the Pop Singers at the same time! Pop Singers is hosting a Football Squares Fundraiser where you have a chance to win prizes at the end of each quarter of the Super Bowl. Chances can be purchased at home basketball games in January as well. Questions? Call or Text 785-259-7132
18 days ago, Thomas More Prep-Marian
Pop singer fundraiser instructions
Sample Grid for fundraiser
TMP-M Junior High held their annual spelling bee today. 16 students participated, and the following will represent our school in the county spelling bee on February 6th: Ethan Gibson (1st) Mattias Marintzer (2nd) Evan Staab (3rd) Logan Dail (4th) Leo Billinger (alternate) Congratulations!
20 days ago, Brenda Rose
TMP-M Junior High held their annual spelling bee today.
The TMP Scholars Bowl team competed the evening of January 9, 2023 at the MCL tournament in Smith Center. The Monarchs finished with a perfect 7-0 record to win the tournament. This is the Scholars Bowl team's fifth consecutive league title. Congratulations to all of the Scholars Bowl participants.
21 days ago, Front Office
Scholars Bowl
The Argentinian Invasion Has Begun! Thomas More Prep-Marian is beyond excited to welcome the 10 students and one adult chaperone from Buenos Aires to Hays, America! They arrived today on a bus from Eisenhower National Airport in Wichita. They will begin school on Monday, meeting our amazing students, teachers, and families. We're looking forward to finding God in the friendships and relationships with each other. May Christ be present in our interactions and activities together!
24 days ago, Thomas More Prep-Marian
Argentinian Host Students and TMP-M Families
Join the TMP-M cheerleaders for a fun morning! Sign up form link: https://docs.google.com/forms/d/1wxNZubF4FQyM4VvzyA6fnEldElEouGufbUEpkMQxYok/edit
27 days ago, Denise Weigel
mini cheer camp
Monarchs, We Need You! We need 3 more families to open up their hearts and homes to male students from Argentina. Okay, it's not as dire as those cartoons, but Kansas is too cold to camp outside during January. If you can accommodate on more person for just the month, we'd be so grateful. Here are some benefits for your own children when you host: 1) Increased social confidence by having a near-peer who is somewhat reliant on the host sibling to navigate the new family, school, and culture. 2) Exposure to the wider world and, in this case, Argentina. This builds a global confidence in the kids that helps them see the world of opportunities outside their experiences. 3) Many host brothers and sisters report feeling more confident about taking healthy risks, like speaking in a group, traveling, or trying something new. To inquire further, please contact Michele Springer at mspringer@team.nacelopendoor.org or Chad Meitner at 785-639-4671. To start the application process please click here. Your application will be expedited!
28 days ago, Thomas More Prep-Marian
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Happy 15th Birthday to Grant Nehls. Senior Harrison Lowe presented him with a TMP license plate. We hope you have a great day. Go Monarchs!!!
about 1 month ago, Front Office
Nehls
Happy 15th Birthday to Savannah Waldschmidt! Senior Kade Harris presented Savannah with a TMP license plate. We hope you have a great day. Go Monarchs!!!
about 1 month ago, Front Office
Waldschmidt
Happy Birthday to Sinai Armendariz who turned 15 on December 20, 2022. Senior Kade Harris presented Sinai with her TMP license plate. Go Monarchs!
about 1 month ago, Amy Hudson
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The TMP-Monarch high school cheer team would like to wish you and yours a very Merry Christmas and many blessings in the New Year!
about 1 month ago, Front Office
Cheer Team
TMP-M Junior High 8th grader Marie Effa shared about her home country of Nigeria today. She shared where she came from, what life was like there, and also some of her culture.
about 1 month ago, Brenda Rose
Marie wore traditional Nigerian clothing to show her peers more of her culture.
Marie presented the junior high with information about her home country of Nigeria.
Marie and fellow 8th graders pose together following her presentation.
Junior high students enjoyed an afternoon of fun to celebrate Christmas. They played dodge ball and then rotated through Reindeer Games. Students decorated each other like Christmas trees, unwrapped a Saran Wrap ball with candy, played Name that Tune, and participated in Minute to Win It games. The day ended with prizes for the winners along with hot chocolate and cookies thanks to Student Council.
about 1 month ago, Brenda Rose
Students participated in dodge ball with their teams.
Some Minute to Win It games were played in the gym.
Teams decorated their team leaders as Christmas trees.
Students enjoyed unrolling a saran wrap ball and getting to keep the candy.
Happy Birthday to Anna Cappuccio who turned 15 on December 12, 2023. Senior Kade Harris presented Anna with her TMP license plate. Go Monarchs!
about 1 month ago, Front Office
A. Cappuccio
Congratulations to Freshman Blaise Staab, who grabbed clear 1st Place in the Amateur Division during Saturday's United States Chess Federation-rated Lindsborg Open with a score of four wins and no losses! He was trailed closely by 8th Grader Carson Pinkney who took 2nd Place with a score of three wins and one loss on tiebreaks ahead of the player Blaise defeated in the final round. Also competing from TMP were 7th Graders Evan Staab and E.J. Gibson. This was the second non-scholastic event for Blaise, Carson, and Evan. All previously competed in last summer's Kansas Open.
about 1 month ago, Front Office