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  • Student Council – Congratulations to all of the performers who show cased their talents on Friday night at the talent show!  What an amazing job you all did!
    We would also like to commend all the students who came out to watch; you were a respectful and appreciative audience!  A great night for all!

    NCS- Check in for Newport Community School will be at 2:15 in the cafeteria.  Power tickets will be available to students that bring a book, their homework, and their agenda with their homework written down.  Power tickets are also available to students that make positive choices after school Today’s enrichment programs are Jewelry Making, T3 Fitness, Chess Club, Learn to Code NAO and Culture Club.

    TMS Softball team travels to Kickemuit Middle School for an away game @ 4:00 pm.

    Baseball- The boys baseball team travels to Davisville today. Game time is 3:45.

     

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  • Tri-M /Student Council : Any Student Council or Tri-M member who is bringing items to sell at the Bake Sale Friday night please put them in Ms. Voute’s office or bring them  to school Friday night by 6:30.

    Student Council – Congratulations to all of the performers who show cased their talents on Friday night at the talent show!  What an amazing job you all did!
    We would also like to commend all the students who came out to watch; you were a respectful and appreciative audience!  A great night for all!

    Solo & Ensemble Festival – Congratulations to Mackenzie Botelho, Afiya Brissett, Georgia Sones, Lillyana Finn, Kanin Leggett, Madeline Leddy, and Alita Kuiee, who received excellent rankings at the RIMEA Solo and Ensemble Festival Saturday, May 20th.  Congratulations to Kai Springer and Robby Dufault who received the highest ranking of superior.

    NCS- Check in for Newport Community School will be at 2:15 in the cafeteria.  Power tickets will be available to students that bring a book, their homework, and their agenda with their homework written down.  Power tickets are also available to students that make positive choices after school.  Today’s enrichment programs are 5th & 6th Grade future lab, A scoop of science, Mega art, Basketball buddies and Mindfullness.

    Baseball –The boys’ baseball team is at Gaudet today.

    Softball-The Thompson softball girls last regular season game is Tuesday in Kickemuit!

     

     

     

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  • Tri-M /Student Council : Any Student Council or Tri-M member who is bringing items to sell at the Bake Sale Friday night please put them in Ms. Voute’s office or bring them  to school Friday night by 6:30.

    Student Council – TMS Faculty and Staff: We are making on final push for the TMS Pennies for Patients campaign. All proceeds from this fundraiser go directly to the Leukemia and Lymphoma Society of RI. At this point TMS has raised $600.00. We would like to be able to send a $1000.00 donation. There will be a box by the teacher’s mailboxes all week….. Every little bit helps! Thank you in advance for your generosity.

    Baseball –The boys’ baseball team defeated Davisville yesterday 9-0.  Win Connelly pitched a complete game - no-hitter while striking out seven.  Gavin Crowley had two triples, two singles and scored two runs.  Michael Weaver doubled and Darian Piker, Luc Lavigueur, Donovan Wright and Connelly each had a base hit.  The Warriors improved their record to 7 and 3 and will face Gaudet on Monday.

     

    Talent Show – The TMS Talent Show dress rehearsal is TODAY, from 2:15 – 3:45 after school.  Please wear & bring everything you need for your act.  MC’s & backstage help should come.

    The Talent Show will take place tonight,  at 7:00.  Students, staff & families are encouraged to attend to cheer on these talented performers as they compete for prizes.  A bake sale will be held to benefit Tri-M & Student Council.

    NCS –Please remember there are no NCS programs on Fridays.  Take your regular transportation home.

    Softball-The Thompson softball girls have done it again! They beat Riverside 2-1 last night in an intense last home game at Braga Field. The night started out with honoring our 8th graders for all their hard work and dedication to the team. They made some great tutu appearances and then they got to work. Jamie Ward took the mound and put 14 strikeouts in the book and had some great defensive plays. The whole Thompson field made great plays as well. Emma Bryan and Mia Prendergast shut down Riverside’s bunting early and the outfield held hits that could have been doubles to outs or singles. Riverside came out and scored one in the first inning and Thompson answered in the 2nd with Mia Prendergast scoring on a great hit by Caroline Warner! The score remained tied 1-1 with great battles on the defense to keep everyone scoreless until the 6th inning! Jamie Ward battled at the plate and got herself on 1st with a walk. Hannah Reilly laid down a great bunt which caused major chaos and Riverside started throwing the ball around. Maeve Crowley took full advantage and scored from 1st! This put Thompson up 2-1 going into the 7th inning. Jamie Ward closed out the 7th inning with 3 strike outs and Thompson’s last home game goes in the book with a win. This win puts Thompson Softball at 9 and 2 for the season and currently in 1st place in the league! Their last regular season game is Tuesday in Kickemuit! Girls have practice today at Braga 3-4:30! 

     

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