TEC Presents a Night of the Arts – June 8, 2017, at 6:30 p.m.
The T.E.C. Schools
Think. Explore. Create.
is proud to announce their 1st anniversary.
We take this opportunity to thank you for helping us succeed.
You are cordially invited to attend
The Night of the Arts
in honor of our one year milestone!
Thursday, June 8, 2017
Jeppson Hall at Trinity Lutheran Church
6:30 p.m. to 6:45 p.m.: Welcome note and Individual Recitals
6:50 p.m.: Musical Performance
7:30 p.m.: Viewing of Student Work and Light Refreshments
Please RSVP number of attendees to Rupali (508) 577-3045
As a precursor to our end of the year celebration, The Night of the Arts, TEC students have been busy preparing for our first annual Poetry Recital, a celebration of the classical literature that we have studied in class. This isjust one of the variety of ways we approach language at The T.E.C. Elementary School. Students are encouraged to develop reading, writing and comprehension skills through hands-on language materials, and expression in language through poetry, theater and music performances.
There are many underlying benefits of the Poetry Recital. Children love to rhyme and enjoy learning flavorful vocabulary words to describe ordinary things around them. They learn to use precise language and appreciate the beauty of words. Good poems build character and teach moral values. Students learn to observe patterns and develop language skills. They also mentor each other and practice together. This working relationship builds trust and friendship. They learn to speak in public, to a larger audience with a clear voice, good posture and confidence.
Building on the Public Speaking skills developed by preparing for the Poetry Recital, students at The T.E.C. Elementary School will perform a play during The Night of the Arts, that tells the story of American history. Students will add in song, choreography, props and scenery to put on their own production for family, friends, staff, and guests.
Please join T.E.C on June 8, 2017, at 6:30 p.m. in Jeppson Hall for our Night of the Arts celebration!
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In the gospel reading for this coming Sunday, Jesus says several surprising things: that he has come to bring, not peace, but a sword; and that followers must love him more than they love their own family members. Come to worship to meditate on what these sayings might mean, and at the table, be strengthened to live the surprising life of the Christian.Readings: (click readings to view)