Parent Open House is Tonight TMP-Marian parents of current students are invited to the open house at 6:30 p.m. Important information will be shared for about 20 minutes in the Dreiling Theater before parents are dismissed to follow their child's class schedule and meet their teachers. Parents' "school day" will end at 7:51 p.m. We hope to see you there!
Over 1,200 Kansans have tragically died of fentanyl poisoning, and the problem is only getting worse. Fake prescription pills are easy to get and are being sold to our youth at an alarming rate. It is time communities, parents, healthcare providers, schools, businesses, and policymakers come together to advocate for action and decrease the number of fentanyl-related poisonings in Kansas. For more resources, visit www.dea.gov. #OnePillCanKill
Are You Ready for Fall? Fall Sports Gate Workers Needed We are looking for volunteers to help keep the gate for our fall sports season. Any help would be appreciated! If you are able to volunteer please click this link https://tmp-m.us11.list-manage.com/track/click?u=7d05bc4ed397689459d467c74&id=847af4b698&e=6ad0a55e22 .
The DEA has revealed 6 out of every 10 pills with fentanyl contain a potentially lethal dose. Just a tiny amount is enough to kill. The only safe medications come from licensed and accredited medical professionals. Pills purchased outside of a licensed pharmacy are illegal, dangerous, and potentially lethal. #OnePillCanKill
Americans need to understand the reality we are facing: children, through social media platforms like Snapchat, are able to purchase lethal doses of fentanyl often disguised as something else, including candy or illegal drugs. It only takes a small dose to be fatal #OnePillCanKill.
On-Line Streaming of TMP-M Sporting Events by HaysPost Now Has a Fee. See pricing options below.
We are united in Kansas to fight back on one of the deadliest drugs our nation has ever seen. The Fentanyl crisis is not going away overnight- it will take all of us working together to raise awareness and take action. Follow along all week while we share resources and information on the crisis. #OnePillCanKill https://drive.google.com/file/d/1yb3ezJK14Im0ENaMAaHZEdHE2Orulmsl/view Fentanyl poisoning has claimed the lives of more than 1,200 Kansans, a number that is sadly growing each day. The biggest myth when it comes to this epidemic is that ‘it can’t happen to me.’ As students across Kansas head back to school, it is imperative we join forces as a community to bring awareness to the realities of the fentanyl crisis and educate our children. #OnePillCanKIll
First Day of School Is Approaching! Many preparations are under way, including the tuckpointing work on the front of TMP-Marian's beautiful building, as pictured here. All of these preparations whether physical, curricular, or spiritual are happening so that we can welcome all students next week. New student orientations are on Aug. 16 and the first day of school is Aug. 17. TMP-Marian teachers and staff can't wait to see you!
First day of Fall Sports Practices is Monday, Aug. 14!
New Student/Parent Information Night is Tonight. All new students and parents 6th-12th grade are invited to the information night at TMP-Marian at 6:30 p.m. The new JH students meet in the dining hall while parents gather in the Dreiling Theater. New HS students meet in the Learning Commons and parents also gather in the Dreiling Theater. We're excited to introduce you to TMP-Marian! Topics include mission, programs, activities, and policy updates. There is even an optional session for parents about how to use 529s to help reduce the cost of your Hays Catholic Schools education. The event will conclude around 8 p.m.
Did you know you could get a $1,000 award for things like school supplies, academic camps, tutoring from a licensed tutor, or band instruments from a licensed organization. There is no fee to apply and multiple students per household can apply! Even households that earn 300% above the federal poverty level qualify. To see if you qualify and apply, visit - https://www.keep.ks.gov/lp/keep-apply-kansas-education-enrichment-program
Open House Tonight at TMP-Marian! Come-and-go to from 5:30-7:30 p.m. to check out the new JH classrooms, the upgraded weight room, and the Cripplegate project. New or potential families can check out it all!
Dirt work has commenced on the Cripplegate Field upgrade. Come to tomorrow's Open House at TMP-M to check this project out and much more, including the new weight room and 3rd floor classrooms. The July 19 Open House is come-and-go from 5:30-7:30 p.m., and all are welcome!
From 5:30-7:30 p.m. on Wednesday, July 19, TMP-Marian will host an open house. All are welcome to come-and-go as desired. Both the high school and junior high will be open for visitors. This is an event for new and returning students and their families as well as students and families considering TMP-Marian. Teachers and administrators will be available to visit and answer questions. The new junior high classrooms, hallway and bathroom will be on display for the first time to the public. Also open will be the upgraded weight room, the TMP-M garden and the site of the future Creative Learning Building, so don't miss it! -- De las 5:30 a las 7:30 p.m. el miércoles 19 de julio, TMP-Marian organizará una jornada de puertas abiertas. Todos son bienvenidos a ir y venir como se deseen. Tanto la escuela secundaria como la junior high estarán abiertas para los visitantes. Este es un evento para estudiantes nuevos y que regresan y sus familias, así como para estudiantes y familias que están considerando TMP-Marian. Los maestros y administradores estarán disponibles para visitar y responder preguntas. Las nuevas aulas de junior high, el pasillo y el baño se exhibirán por primera vez al público. También estará abierta la sala de pesas mejorada, el jardín TMP-M y el sitio del futuro Edificio de Aprendizaje Creativo, ¡así que no se lo pierdan!
TMP-M Parent Newsletters go out on Tuesdays and Fridays during the school year. During the summer they only go out on Tuesdays. You can sign up to receive the newsletter with this link - https://tmp-m.us11.list-manage.com/subscribe?u=7d05bc4ed397689459d467c74&id=0cf926d3e5 If you are not receiving the parent newsletters (please check you SPAM folder) and feel you should be, please contact Amy Hudson (email@example.com).
This is not just for any mancave. Recently Available - A (big) piece of TMP-M history is being sold - the Cripplegate Field scoreboard. The scoreboard is approximately 6' X 16' and still in working order. If anyone would like to purchase the scoreboard, please send best offer to Chad Meitner at firstname.lastname@example.org If anyone knows of another school or charitable organization that would like the scoreboard, also contact Chad Meitner. TMP-M would be happy to donate it to a worthy organization. Purchaser will need to be able to pick up and transport the scoreboard.
Senior Mia Lang and Junior Gracyn Schippers competed in the E Business event at National FBLA competition in Atlanta today. Finalists will be posted later. Good luck to both Mia and Gracyn. We are very proud of you both!!
Mia Lang and Gracyn Schippers in Atlanta at the National FBLA competition. Good luck to both as they represent the TMP-Marian Monarchs!!
WCKSEC is hiring paraeducator positions at TMP-Marian and Holy Family for the 2023-24 school year! Apply now. Start in August! Starting wage increased to $12.90. Apply at https://www.applitrack.com/haysusd489/onlineapp/default.aspx?Category=Instructional+Aide&subcategory=SPED+PARA
TMP-Marian is a great place to get personalized preparation for your post-high school goals! The school was recognized recently as one of only 97 Kansas high schools (380 total in the state) as an Apply Kansas All-Star School. An Apply Kansas All Star School is a school that meets the criteria for helping students through the process to apply for college and other post-secondary programs before they graduate. High school counselor, Mr. Dave Zachman, leads TMP-Marian's efforts on this and is to be commended for his work. He was included in the video that announced the 97 schools at the June 15, 2023 meeting of the Kansas Board of Regents. You can watch the video here - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZEDMkwjSy0E