Take advantage of summer sales on composition books, pencils and other school supplies. In the meantime, relax and enjoy your summer!
TMS is committed to caring for students emotional, social and academic needs. MARCH is our school-wide initiative to providing all students with a positive learning environment where these needs can be met. Make sure to talk with your Patriot at home about the opportunities for student recognition and behavior procedures that support this learning atmosphere at school.
During our tornado-related “shelter in place” in Henrico and surrounding county schools on Mon., Sept. 17, Henrico County Public Schools (HCPS) provided parents with updates via text, e-mail, the HCPS website, and social media. In addition, TMS Principal Ann Greene sent out school-specific emails.
Learn more about HCPS procedures for sending and receiving messages during planned and emergency events, link here.
If you need to update your contact info, please contact TMS.
Patriot Parents can link to Schoology–our online assignment and document-sharing platform for all student classes. Find details about how to make that connection via laptop/desktop and smartphone. Also, learn how to set up email and/or text alerts when your child’s teachers post important messages.
Also, parents now view student grades in the PowerSchool Parent Portal.
TMS has simplified grading policies among teachers school wide. Review these practices for details about grading categories, make-up work, and missing assignments.
To help your Patriot keep up with daily and long-term assignments, make sure they purchase a TMS Agenda for $5.00, available through their Block 1 & 5 classes. The agenda book includes the TMS student handbook, monthly calendars, daily matrix for recording homework, hall passes and more!
Roughly, two children per classroom suffer from a food allergy, with peanut allergies nearly tripling among children in recent years. Allergic reactions can range from a harmless itch, to shortness of breath, to life-threatening issues–such an anaphylaxis–creating a serious concern in schools. Familiarize yourself and your family on the facts and statistics of allergies with the timely, relevant website, F.A.R.E. (Food Allergy Research & Education), featuring fact sheets on common allergens, strategies to deal with these allergens, and the latest medical research.
A growing number of students face life-threatening food allergies, making it essential for everyone on campus to know the facts and preventive strategies. Familiarize yourself with the statistics on the info-packed site, F.A.R.E.: Food Allergy Research and Education.
9000 Three Chopt Road, Henrico, VA 23229
Phone (804) 673-3720 | Fax (804) 673-3725
School Hours: 8:35 a.m. – 3:15 p.m.
Half-day dismissal time: 12:10 p.m.
Ann Greene, Principal