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Short, Yet Productive School Week

November 20, 2017

Student singers after Veteran's Day Choral Concert


Patriots will attend a complete lineup of full-length classes over the short school week before the Thanksgiving holiday, with a student treat built in.

MON, NOV 20: a W/F schedule with Blocks 5, 6, 7 & 8, including a visit to StarMart during B6

TUES, NOV 21: a regular routine of Blocks 1, 2, 3 & 4, with Report Cards and NWEA MAP test results handed out during homeroom.

Last Day to Contribute Cans to Christmas Mother

November 20, 2017

Today–Mon., Nov. 20–is the last day to donate canned goods to the Henrico Christmas Mother. Patriots can deliver goods to their Block 6 classroom or to the Library.

Since 1942, this organization has provided food, new clothes, toys, books and other gift items to Henrico families during the holiday season.  Over the years Tuckahoe families have been very generous donating canned food to the Henrico Christmas Mother.


Keep Up with TMS “Daily Announcements”

November 20, 2017

Student ArtworkKeep up with day-to-day events at TMS by linking HERE.

Also, take a look at this week’s Parent Highlights 11.20.17.









Calling All Wrestlers & Basketball Players

November 12, 2017

TMS Basketball Team and Wrestling Team tryouts continue this week after school. To try out, students must have the following:

Please pick up your student-athletes up from practice at 5:25 pm. Wrestlers will be practicing at Ridge Elementary School.

Check out the latest Athletics Blog news about winter sports–yes,  “winter” sports.

Parents Needed to Speak About Careers

November 12, 2017

The TMS Counseling Team is seeking Patriot parents to share their career experiences with our 8th graders during the Career Fair on Nov. 29. If interested, simply sign up here: https://sites.google.com/henrico.k12.va.us/tmscareerfair



Learn About Specialty Centers

November 12, 2017

8th Grade Students & Parents: Learn more about your exciting HCPS Specialty Center options for the 2018/19 school year. Each HCPS high school is home to at least one specialty center, offering students rigorous, college-prep courses in a wide range of areas in the humanities, technology and engineering, leadership, education and human development and more.



Contribute Your Vision for Education

November 6, 2017

Henrico County Public Schools (HCPS) is creating a new strategic plan for 2018-25, and you can be part of this visionary process. HCPS families, employees and community members to kicked off the important initiative on Nov. 8 with educational consultant, David Stephen, co-founder of Boston-based New Vista Designs for Learning. His leading edge work in curricula, programming and school design centers on the question: How can the design of school programs and buildings best support the changing needs of 21st century students and teachers? His 45-minute speech will align with one of the HCPS cornerstones, “Academic Progress,” and will be followed by a question & answer period.

Other opportunities for hands-on involvement:

  • Link here to apply for a Steering Committee of 15 to 20 people, including students, families, HCPS employees and community members to help draft the plan. Participation will include two full-day work meetings in January and April, 2018. The application window closes Nov. 10.
  • Link here to complete a brief, online survey, which will close Nov. 10.


Bring Christmas Mother Book Donations to TMS Library

November 5, 2017

Henrico County Christmas Mother Book Drive LogoNow through Nov. 27, the TMS Library is accepting Henrico Christmas Mother book donations–either new or gently used–suitable for children or young adults. All Henrico County Public Libraries are participating in the book drive.

Since 1942, Henrico Christmas Mother has provided food, new clothes, toys, books and other gift items to Henrico families with children, seniors age 65+ and disabled adults during the holiday season.

All donations will be delivered to the Christmas Mother’s warehouse for distribution to children throughout the county. For details about the program, visit the Henrico Christmas Mother Website.






Patriot Families Enjoyed TMS Festivities at Barnes & Noble

November 4, 2017

TMS family at B&N Book FairPatriot shoppers and volunteers enjoyed a fun-filled weekend at our Annual Barnes & Noble Weekend at the bookstore’s Libbie Mill location.

Sponsored by the TMS PTA, the family style weekend featured shopping, book signings, and jump-roping, and much more!

Continue to support us by shopping online at B&N, from Nov. 3-9, and using Voucher #12238846.


TMS Fall Bazaar Featured Gifts Galore

November 4, 2017

TMS family enjoying FALL BAZAAR

TMS hosted a successful 2nd Annual TMS Fall Bazaar on Sat., Nov. 4. Patriot families and members of the community enjoyed a host of gift vendors, food, kids’ games, and a silent auction. For a special treat, TMS Patriots dropped their names in a raffle to serve as “Principal for the Day.” Listen out for the grand(e) winner!

Decorators for TMS Fall BAZAARCheerleaders at TMS Fall Bazaar





9000 Three Chopt Road, Henrico, VA 23229
Phone (804) 673-3720 | Fax (804) 673-3731
School Hours: 8:35 a.m. – 3:15 p.m.
Half-day dismissal time: 12:10 p.m.

School Administration:
Ann Greene, Principal
Meredith Parker, Associate Principal
Derrick Deloatch, Assistant Principal 
Katherine Moorman, Assistant Principal