Parent-Teacher Conferences will be held at SEM on Monday October 13th. Report cards will be available on-site. Grades are also available on Parent Portal. If you would like to volunteer to help the PTSA with membership or spirit sales at this event, please contact Cathy Lux at cathy@compuguru or Marianne Leclerc at firstname.lastname@example.org.
PSAT Testing-Donations Needed
Reminder: We still need donations for upcoming testing days… PSAT day—Oct 15
Comic-Con planning meetingis THIS TUESDAY October 14th after school in room 211-- We'd like to have as many students involved as possible, and promise to make the meeting short. Please come and participate as we grow this event!
We are asking to borrow some gaming consoles for the event (Wii, Wii U, X Box 360, or PlayStations). We also need the controllers, cables, and some multiplayer games. If you are able to help, please contact the Gaming Committee Chairman, Tycho Virani at Tycho@compuguru.com.
Next PTSA General Meeting
Tuesday October 21 at 6:30
Special Guest Dr. Lew Blackburn
New way to get information about UIL
In order to help get UIL information out to parents and students this year, we will be using Remind.com. You can sign up to get UIL updates by text or email by going to https://www.remind.com/join/semuil or you sign up to get updates by text by texting @semuil to 972-382-7674. Information that will be communicated via Remind.com will include:
Notification about upcoming invitational meets.
Information about Virtual Meets.
Reminders about permission slips.
Notification if any meets are canceled due to inclement weather.
Other relevant information about practices or events.
Thank you for being a part of our UIL teams.
Mon Oct 13-Report Cards; Parent-Teacher Conferences
Wed Oct 15--PSAT Testing
Fri Oct 17-Fair Day-off
Tue Oct 21-PTSA General Meeting--Guest: Dr. Lew Blackburn
Fri Oct 24-COMIC CON
Fri Oct 24-OCTOBERFEST at Townview 2:45-4:15 PM
Tue Oct 28--PTSA board meeting
Tue Nov 4-PTSA General Meeting--National Honor Society Induction Ceremony
Wed Nov 5-Faculty meeting
Mon Nov 10-Staff Development, no school for students
Tue Nov 11-SBDM meetting
Tue Nov 11-PTSA Board meeting
Tue Nov 11--Admission Preview for middle school students
Mon Nov 17-Report Cards
Nov 26-30-Thanksgiving Break
The Townview Oktoberfest is a version of the German Oktoberfest. Our version promotes cultural awareness and creates a festive event for the student body, faculty, and staff. This event provides a School Carnival-like atmosphere, with both booths for selling different foods and for playing challenging games. Our Oktoberfest also includes a Talent Show. Townview will experience a plethora of foods, American, Latin and European, and other ethnic culture, attire, and talent in a school-wide Fall festival type of atmosphere. This event can be considered as a sort of “Pep Rally” that will show pride in our individual schools and organizations as well as our whole school.
Talent Show: The talent show, first of all, is open to all students and staff at Townview. It is our intent to have a wide variety of talent. For example, we plan to have vocal, instrumental, dance, jazz, folk, R&B, Tejano, hip hop, Gospel, tap, rap, etc. If any genre has been left out, you can help make the list complete by encouraging talents that you know of, or hear of, to audition. Teachers and administrators are welcome to show their stuff too. We had Cat Daddy from K104 to emcee the show last year and the students really enjoyed the interaction with him and the other K104 staff members that were a part of the show. Audition information will be on the video monitors and announcements.
Date: Friday,Oct. 24th 2:45-4:15 pm.
Place: Commons (Booth Space)
Patio (Talent Show: 3:00-4:10) Tickets will be sold for this event by the Big “D” Band
Booth Rental: $20 which includes 3 permits for student workers (for student organizations)
SEM wins Academic Competitions at Princeton Fall Classic
SEM attended the Princeton Fall Classic on October 5th and won all of the Academic Competitions. The academic events offered at Princeton were Number Sense, Calculator, Math, Science and Current Events. The following SEM students and teams placed in their respective events. Awards were given out for the top six students in each grade level for Number Sense, Calculator, Math and Science.
Number Sense – 1st place team Murali Subramanian – 1st place in 12th grade, 1st place overall Minh Tran – 2nd place in 12th grade, 4th place overall Yash Chandak – 1st place in 9th grade, 5th place overall Mahesh Ramgolpal – 3rd place in 10th grade Harinadha Mallidi – 4th place in 9th grade Priyanshu Swar – 6th place in 9th grade Calculator Applications – 1st place team Murali Subramanian – 1st place in 12th grade, 1st place overall Chris Paniagua – 1st place in 10th grade, 3rd place overall Jesus Cantu – 4th place in 10th grade
Mathematics – 1st place team Murali Subramanian – 1st place in 12th grade, 1st place overall Minh Tran – 2nd place in 12th grade, 2nd palce overall Alan Estrada – 3rd place in 12th grade, 5th place overall Yash Chandak – 1st place in 9th grade, 6th place overall Jesus Cantu – 3rd place in 10th grade Catilin Rogers – 6th place in 10th grade Kimmy Chang – 2nd place in 9th grade Harinadha Mallidi – 4th place in 9th grade
Science – 1st place team Minh Tran – 1st place in 12th grade, 1st place overall, Top Biology Score, Top Physics Score Alan Estrada – 3rd place in 12th grade, 3rd place overall, Top Physics Score Natnael Getahun – 2nd place in 11th grade Jesus Cantu – 3rd place in 10th grade Catilin Rogers – 4th place in 10th grade Zachary Openshaw – 5th place in 10th grade Saumya Rawat – 2nd place in 9th grade
Current Events – 1st place team Mahesh Ramgolpal – 2nd place Natnael Getahun – 3rd place Dylan Chorley – 5th place
Please congratulate these students when you see them, and thank you to all of the students who competed on behalf of SEM.
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