Check out the 2022 TMP-M Math Relays Individual Results. Congratulations Monarch Mathletes!
3 months ago, Thomas More Prep-Marian
Individual Results from 2022 Math Relays
Happy Belated birthday to Brayden Gilmore. Brayden turned 15 on November 12; Senior Landon Rozean presented Brayden with a TMP license plate for his car. Go Monarchs!
3 months ago, Front Office
Brayden Gilmore
Congratulations to Sophomore Brooke Koenigsman who was chosen for 3rd Team and Junior Halle Dreiling who was chosen Honorable Mention for the MCL League Volleyball Selections. First Team selections are Maile Hrabe, Smith Center; Camryn Hutchinson, Smith Center; Gracie Kirchhoff, Smith Center; Kinly Rogers, Hoxie; Heather Schemper, Phillipsburg and Taryn Sides, Phillipsburg. Second Team selections are Emily Bainter, Hoxie; Cara Cox, Norton; Emily Eck, Ellis; Dakota Kattenberg, Smith Center; Erika Miller, Norton and Jenna Storz, Phillipsburg. Third Team selections are Jade Beckman, Oakley; Trinitti Gross, Phillipsburg; Kaydawn Haag, Ellis; Brooke Koenigsman, TMP; Karli Krier, Oakley; and Tinley Rentschler, Smith Center. Those chosen for Honorable Mention are Halle Dreiling, TMP; Rylee Haresnape, Norton; Josey Kennedy, Hoxie; Marissa Myers, Russell; Kylee Pfeifer, Ellis and Jenessa Ruder, Norton. Pictured are Halle Dreiling and Brooke Koenigsman. Go Monarchs!
3 months ago, Front Office
Dreiling-Koenigsman
The TMP Math Relay Teams and Individuals competed today the Fort Hays State University and placed 5th overall in the 2A/3A Division.
3 months ago, Sianna Miller
Math Relay
On Wednesday, November 9th the TMP-Marian FFA Chapter competed in the NW District Food Science and Milk Quality contests held in WaKeeney. In the Milk Quality contest the Greenhand team (freshmen) finished 4th and the Senior team finished 6th. The Greenhad team consisted of Isaac Purinton, Grace B. Schmeidler, Ava Schumacher, Blaise Staab, Preston Mermis, Brooke Befort and Connor Breit. The Senior team consisted of Chloe Purinton, Grace A. Schmeidler, Hank Corsair, Morgan Markus and Caleb Marintzer.
3 months ago, Amy Hudson
FFA
Thank you to all who donated diapers for the TMP Diaper Drive; we had a great show of support for those less fortunate than us. As an incentive students will receive a no homework/test day if they are able to fill the doorway of any teachers classroom. Students had enough diapers to fill Mrs. Schoepf's and Mr. Denton's doorways and are looking forward to their reward. Pictured are high school students with their stack of diapers in Mrs. Schoepf's doorway.
3 months ago, Front Office
Diaper Drive
The JV and varsity Scholars Bowl teams competed in a dual tournament at Pratt last night. The JV team took second in their pool and then lost in quarterfinals. The varsity team won their pool and finished third overall.
3 months ago, Isaac Dennis
Happy Belated birthday to Easton Werth who turned 15 on November 7. Seniors Landon Rozean and Kade Harris presented Easton with his TMP license plate for his car. Go MONARCHS!
3 months ago, Front Office
E Werth
TMP-Marian 8th, 10th, and 12th graders participated in RealityU in Al Billinger Fieldhouse today. The annual financial and life simulation helps students begin to comprehend the intricacies of adult life. 10th graders from Ellis and Victoria also participated in the event. Thank you to all the sponsors and volunteers who helped make this event possible, including a grant from the Midwest Energy Community Foundation.
3 months ago, Thomas More Prep-Marian
Students wait in line for their next booth at RealityU
Students check into their housing at RealityU
A male student checks in at a Reality U booth
8th graders visit their first booth at RealityU
THE VOTES ARE IN! TMP National Honor Society’s cutest baby is: Gracyn Schippers!
3 months ago, Emma Stroyan
Gracyn Schippers
It’s a great morning to come out and support your Monarch cheerleaders as they host their Cheer and Dance showcase. Showcase starts at 10am in the Fieldhouse
3 months ago, Denise Weigel
Fieldhouse
Happy 15th Birthday Derek Becker! Special guest Bishop Vincke, Arin Schibi and Jenna Schlyer presented Derek with his TMP license plate to put on his car. Go MONARCHS!
3 months ago, Front Office
Derek Becker
Fellowship of Christian Athletes October Athlete of the Month: Ashley Hipp
3 months ago, Emma Stroyan
FCA October Athlete of the Month
TMP-Marian teachers and staff are doing a diaper drive to benefit Catholic Charities. The drive is open now until Nov. 9 (Nov. 8 for JH). Here are the places you can bring diapers if you would like to participate (this includes family members and alumni too)! TMP-M Kitchen - Bring size 4, 5, or 6 package of diapers to a kitchen employee. They will give you a ticket for a free TMP-M cookie redeemable at any lunch. TMP-M Front Office - Bring size 4, 5, or 6 package of diapers to office. Receive a coupon for a free 16oz. Snoball. TMP-M House/Community Teacher - Bring size 4, 5, or 6 package of diapers to a House or Community teachers' classroom. During House on Nov. 9 (Nov. 8 for JH), students will stack the donated diapers to block as many teacher doorways as possible. Every teacher whose classroom door is completely covered by the end of the period, will schedule one (1) no homework and no test/quiz day. The more teachers' doorways covered, the more no homework days students will get!
3 months ago, Thomas More Prep-Marian
TMP-M  office shows off donated diapers
The TMP Scholars Bowl team finished third tonight at the tournament in Natoma. The Monarchs had the distinction of scoring more points than any other squad.
3 months ago, Isaac Dennis
Mr. Grizzell’s Adv. English III students wrapped up their “Sleepy Hollow” unit with their original ghost stories.
3 months ago, Travis Grizzell
Spooky Story
3 months ago, Amy Hudson
blood drive
Thomas More Prep-Marian received a total of $1,220 in grants awarded from the Midwest Energy Community Fund. Five hundred dollars of these funds will be used to continue the Reality U experiences for 8th and 10th graders at TMP-Marian. The school hosts Reality U for its own students as well as 10th graders from Ellis and Victoria High Schools. The marching band received $450 in funds to use towards instrument repair and other items essential to a successful marching band. The junior high English Classes received $250 in funds for use in purchasing classroom supplies. TMP-Marian thanks Midwest Energy for its commitment to our community and youth!
3 months ago, Thomas More Prep-Marian
Midwest Energy Logo
Picture Retake day is this Friday, November 4, 2022 beginning at 10:00a.m. Any student that was absent on September 2, 2022 or wishes to have their pictures retaken will get it done on Friday. If you have a packet; please remember to send it with your child that day. Save time and hassle, place your Fall Picture order online, packages, options, and even more background choices are available at the link below: http://thepicturelady.preorderphotos.com/?AccessCode=H47CX9 Thomas More Prep - Marian Picture Day-Friday, November 4, 2022 Online PRE-Orders close 11-6 @ midnight Fall Sports Pictures: The code below will be active for each sports season about a week prior to picture day! Your student-athlete will be having sports pictures taken soon. If you’d like to place your picture order online the following link will get you there: http://thepicturelady.preorderphotos.com/?AccessCode=A93CN4 If you’d rather pay by cash or check, that option is available with the flyer your coach will be giving your child. The ONLINE order option will close 48 hours after picture day –thank you! Questions??? Call The Picture Lady 785-826-6001
3 months ago, Front Office
The Picture Lady
Junior high students in Ms. Rose's English class have been learning the art of argument. 7th graders are researching and debating whether or not kids should play competitive sports while 8th graders are exploring both sides of the debate on human genetic engineering. As part of the research process, students spent a day in class debating the topic to help build their case.
3 months ago, Brenda Rose
7th grade students debate about whether or not kids should play competitive sports.
8th graders have researched and debated whether or not human genetic engineering should be allowed.