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Students present Penny Wars donation to Whitney Point fire station restoration fund.
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A team of students competed in a robotics competion at SUNY Broome.
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Parent engagement: taking an active role in children's education.
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Senior Evan Maslin was named an "Akshar" All-Star by NYS Senator Fred Akshar.
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Chef Cosimo Summa taught knife skills & safety to 8th graders at TRA.
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3rd graders learned about water around the world.
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Top 10 - Class of 2018
 
Front, l-r: Alyssa Ellerson (#6-tie), Alexis Henderson (#4), Amei Standish-Warpus (#2), Morgan Richards (#10), Noah Hust (#8)
Back, l-r: Sara Dewey (#9), Emily Salvemini (#6-tie), Linsey Howell (#5), Kelly Perry (#1), Evan Maslin (#3) 
 
  

Kelly Perry
Valedictorian

 Amei Standish-Warpus
Salutatorian

 
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group of students holding certificates Students compete in Invention Convention
Five creative fourth-graders submitted their invention ideas and drawings for this year's Invention Convention at Binghamton University.  After their submissions were reviewed, Hailey Hogan, Billie Leet, Olivia Somers, Ashley Stafford and Natalie St. John were each invited to build prototypes of their inventions to display and compete at the June 16 event. Ashley Stafford and Hailey Hogan were named as finalists and advance to the State Finals. They were awarded a medal and certificate. Natalie St. John and Billie Leet both earned "Best Prototype" awards. Congratulations to all participants! 
group of boys at monument 5th graders visit Philadelphia
Our 5th-graders had a full day of educational fun during a trip to Philadelphia. The students took in the city's sights and learned about the early history of our government, and also had the opportunity to visit the Adventure Aquarium.  
WP Eagle photo posted on national news!
This awesome photo of a bald eagle next to the American flag at TRA was posted last week on our website and Facebook page, and was subsequently picked up by Fox & Friends, which posted it on their Twitter account!  See their post here.
 
 
two women with devils mascot Binghamton Devils visit TRA
All TRA students in grades 6-8 participated in an Attendance Challenge, and the names of students who met the criteria were entered into a raffle. The winners were treated to breakfast pizza and a visit from the Binghamton Devils mascot. The mascot made a stop in all the 4th and 5th-grade classrooms. 
students sitting around table TRA students teach CEA 2nd-graders
Seventh-graders visited the second-graders at CEA to teach them about ecology and simple machines. The older students helped the younger ones make a book about ecology or simple machines, and then they read the book together. They also played a matching game created by the seventh-graders. The activity was planned by Mrs. Bury and Mrs. Head. 
students sitting in a circle doing an activity about seeds 2nd graders learn about tree seed growth
Mrs. Priscott's second-grade students learned about tree seed growth during a recent science lesson. The students did an activity that demonstrated how seeds travel to get out of the "zone of darkness" where the seeds won't grow.     
picture of a children's book iMovie by 4th graders featured on author's site
Mrs. Stanley's fourth-grade class created an amazing bulletin board featuring children's book author/poet Amy Ludwig VanDerwater's book, "Every Day Birds," to welcome her when she visited recently. The board is made entirely of recycled materials! The students then created an iMovie of their project, which VanDerwater featured on her blog and book webpage. See the iMovie.  Every Day Birds book webpage. 
students gathered around race car Race team gives 4th-graders the inside track
Students in our 4th grade classes had some educational fun with a recent visit from the Blue Line Race Team. The classes had learned about "Matter, Motion and Machines," and students were able to apply new understandings to race cars and the sport of racing. They talked about the science of speed, forces, friction and energy, and looked at the cars to find examples of simple machines they have learned about. Fourth-graders Jacob Holocek, John McCall, Hunter Phillips and sixth-grader Zach McCall are members of this race team.  
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A Message from Superintendent Patricia Follette:

Graduation time is here and we congratulate all the senior students graduating on June 22! For those of you attending graduation, we will once again be live-streaming the ceremony in the auditorium. This effort will help to accommodate more people and provide a more comfortable setting for some of our guests who might find the gymnasium a challenging setting.  We also plan to live-stream the ceremony online, so check our website for upcoming information.(continued)

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