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Summer School Bus Routes

June 23, 2017

Students heading to summer school at HCPS sites at Quiocassin or Brookland Middle Schools have bus transportation at multiple locations. See the schedule here:


Parting Shots Into Summer!

June 19, 2017

students await school bus two students with yearbook
students at awards ceremonystudent & teacher saying goodbye
students at year-end assembly

Summertime Learning that “Adds Up”

June 11, 2017

Help your children maintain their math and problem-solving skills over the summer, when they can lose an average of 2.6 months of math skills. HCPS is partnering with Imagine Learning (formerly TTM) to offer a web-based, summer slide program. Learn the details here: ImagineMathLetter-to-Parents. Parents must register their child by Fri., June 30. The tutorial website will be accessible, upon registration, from Mon., June 19, until Wed., Aug. 9.   

Imagine Math is an online math tutoring program that can help students avoid “summer learning loss”. Students will work on a carefully selected set of topics designed to help them maintain the math skills they gained during the school year. Additionally, using Imagine Math in the summer helps to prepare students for the topics they will see when the new school year begins.

Take Your Reading on Vacation!

May 22, 2017

Students reading in the library


Get a head start on your Summer Reading, with a host of suggested books for every grade level and related assignment details. 

Also visit the HCPS Summer Reading site to see a video message from award-winning author, Kwame Alexander, of Crossover and Surf’s Up; to link to Henrico County e-books; and to learn more about the Henrico County Public Library Summer Reading Club.  

“Relay for Life” Drew Numbers

May 22, 2017

Patriot team in "Relay for Life"TMS Students in "Relay for Life"Seventy-five TMS students walked the track in the fight against cancer during the American Cancer Society’s “Relay for Life” event held at Pocahontas Middle School on Sat., May 6. Our Patriots joined hundreds of other students and staff from area schools to recognize survivors and to honor lives lost to cancer. Special thanks to our own Doug Kasselberg, English teacher, who has led the TMS team in this event for the past 4 years. In addition to raising awareness of cancer among fellow-students, Patriots also raised more than $7000 for the cause.

Current TV Drama Raises Serious Conversations

May 15, 2017

The Netflix drama, 13 Reasons Why, released at the end of March 2017, is based on Jay Asher’s controversial teen novel of the same name. Netflix recently announced plans to strengthen the current advisory warnings of TV-MA (Mature Audience), due to concerns from educators and mental health experts. The TV-MA rating of the series is due to strong language, intense sexual situations, and intense violence. Programs with TV-MA ratings are specifically designed to be viewed by adults and therefore may be unsuitable for children under 17.

To help parents/guardians to engage in conversation with their children about this series and the seriousness of the topics covered,  including bullying, inappropriate use of social media, underage drinking, rape and suicide, are the following helpful links:

If you have any questions or concerns please contact your child’s TMS School Counselor @ (804) 673-3723.


TMS Teacher, Gifted In Technology Leadership

May 15, 2017

Our very own MrIMG_0418 (1)s. Lauren Matthews, Gifted Resource Teacher, earned the “RichTech Innovation in Education Award”  at the 22nd annual RVA Tech Awards Gala (aka “Geek Prom) on May 10. The event was sponsored by the Richmond Technology Council, an organization that connects business, government and education leaders throughout the Commonwealth to further technology innovation and collaboration.

“What a fun evening to dress up, get out on the town, network with other leaders in technology fields around Richmond, and enjoy recognizing others who have worked to expand technology in our community.” she said.

Earlier this year, five students from one of Mrs. Matthews’ 8th Grade Gifted Enrichment classes won a $5,000 “Best In State” Award for an original travel app concept, CITYQUEST, they entered in the 2016-17 Verizon App Challenge —a nationwide contest for middle and high school students.

Mrs. Matthews proudly admits that her “RichTech” Award is proudly sitting at home, on a bookshelf next to her daughter’s books and favorite stuffed hedgehog.

8th Grade Celebrations Galore

May 14, 2017

Several 8th gradersFind details about the host of exciting events planned for our upcoming graduates!

  • 8th Grade Field Trip to National Mall, Washington, D.C. – Tues., June 6
  • 8th Grade Picnic – Tues., June 6
  • 8th Grade Celebration – Fri., June 9
  • 8th Grade Awards Ceremony – Mon., June 12
  • Yearbook Distribution @ Chipotle – Tues., June 13

We welcome your time, talents and financial support for our 8th Grade Celebration, as this event is funded entirely by donations: DonationForm



“First-Place” Win in Denim Drive

May 4, 2017
Associate Principal, Dr. Parker, hands off TMS denim contributions to Goodwill.

Associate Principal, Dr. Parker, hands off TMS denim contributions to Goodwill.

Thanks to all of the Patriot Families that contributed to the annual Goodwill”Denim Drive, ” TMS took First Place! Principal Greene accepted a $1000 prize check during a special ceremony on Sat., May 6, at Regency Square. These funds will help to continue our PBIS (Positive Behavior Incentives & Supports) efforts with Star-Bucks, Star-Mart, and more!

TMS Musicians Win Accolades in the Park

May 1, 2017

Our TMS musicians performed beautifully last week at the Busch Gardens “Music in the Park” competition:

  • The TMS Intermediate/Advanced Orchestra received an “Excellent” rating and 2nd Place.
  • The TMS Concert Band received a “Superior” rating and 1st Place.
  • The TMS Intermediate/Advanced Chorus, Men’s Chorus and Select Chorus all received “Superior” ratings and 1st Place in their respective categories.
  • The TMS Concert Band and Select Chorus were “Grand Champions” for band and chorus groups!

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