Daily Announcements

TRANSIT MIDDLE MORNING ANNOUNCEMENTS

January 20, 2022

 B Day

 

 Attention 5th and 6th graders! Sports and Socializing will take place on Friday, January 21, from 6:00-8:00. Come join your friends for a fun-filled night of music, sports, and crafts! Make sure to bring your student ID and signed waiver form.

Attention 8th Graders: Don’t be left out, tomorrow is the last day to turn in your 8th grade T Shirt orders.

  Hey Future City! Check your google classroom for information tasks from Mrs. Miranda, competition schedules and more. Remember, our Future City meeting this Friday is virtual, through google meet, not a live meeting.  

 Attention grade 5 & 6! Your Sudoku weekly puzzles are due tomorrow.  There are videos in the math enrichment google classroom to help you out. Your math teachers have extra copies if you need them.

Today, after school, we will continue the Chess Tournament that began last week. If you are out of the tournament, you are still welcome to come and watch. 

 Science Fair meetings tomorrow morning, Friday, at 8:00 am, to discusspresentation boards and the presentation video.   

 We wish our Transit Future City teams the best of luck at their competition Saturday.  Silvanus, Marinus Builders and New Helvetica each have unique futuristic ideas to solve the problems plaguing humanity today.  We are proud of you Future City!

 Good morning everyone, this message is for all the girls of Transit.  You are invited to a club called, “Girls Who Code” – a beginning coding group for girls.

 If you think you may be interested, grab a friend and plan on attending our first meeting on Thursday, January 27th, at 8am, in room B227. This is not a competition, there is no pressure to join, and we are all there to help each other meet our goals. Find out what you can get out of the club.

 See you Thursday,

 Mr. Bova

 

January 19, 2022

 A Day

 Attention 5th and 6th graders! Sports and Socializing will take place on Friday, January 21, from 6:00-8:00. Come join your friends for a fun-filled night of music, sports, and crafts! Make sure to bring your student ID and signed waiver form.

  Recycling Club is cancelled today, 1/19/22.

 Hey Future City- Get your honor statements and media waivers turned in tonight or you could be removed from the team.

 Be sure to finish up all the tasks Mrs. Miranda assigned at the meeting last Friday. Mrs. Miranda posted more tasks to finish before the competition in the Informational Future City goggle classroom today. Remember our Future City meeting this Friday is a google meet. Our meeting in school was cancelled. Future City should check your google classroom for information.

Attention grade 5 & 6! Your Sudoku weekly puzzles are due by Friday.  Mrs. Miranda will be in the auditorium to go over the puzzles and to hand out week 2 puzzles. Your math teachers have extra copies if you need them. Remember, there are videos to help out in your math enrichment google classroom.

This Thursday, after school, we will continue the Chess Tournament that began last week. If you are out of the tournament you are still welcome to come and watch. 

Good morning Science Fair students. This week we have a meeting Friday morning, at 8am, to discuss presentation boards, start planning them out, and the presentation video.

We want to wish Future City teams good luck this weekend at their competition.  Keep up your energy team Silvanus! Stay the path of your technology team Marinus Builders. And good luck to our grade 6 team, New Helvetica. Continue to collaborate and work together. Best of luck to you Transit Future City teams!

Congrats to Transit students earning regional awards for PTSA Reflections Competition.

Outstanding Interpretation (Gold Medals):

Claire Kapperman, Visual Arts

Jessica Park, Visual Arts

Ahmad Shaur, Photography

Award of Excellence (Silver Medals):

Riya Kaur, Film Production

Caroline McPhillips, Photography

Merit Award (Bronze Medal):

 Sanskriti Chauhan, Photography

Honorable Mention:

Jessica Park, Literature

Timmy Ray, Literature

Emma Condino, Photography

 Congrats to all of the band students! Great job last night. Musical, energetic, and beautiful.   Way to go!

 Good morning everyone, this message is for all the girls of Transit.  You are invited to a club called “Girls Who Code” – a beginning coding group for girls.

 What is Girls Who Code you ask? Girls Who Code is a national organization whose main goal is to increase the number of women in the field of computer science.  The organization is working to close the gender gap in technology and change the image of what a programmer looks like. The aim of the club is to inspire, educate, and equip young women with the computer programming skills for jobs of the future. Whether or not you want to build a website, an app, or a robot, you will need to learn the basics for all programming languages through different kinds of activities.

 Seven years ago, three thousand students had completed a Girls Who Code program, 95% of whom went on to major in computer science at university. As of last spring, that number has reached 300,000 girls!

 If you think you may be interested, grab a friend and plan on attending our first meeting on Thursday, January 27th, at 8am, in room B227. This is not a competition, there is no pressure to join, and we are all there to help each other meet our goals. Find out what you can get out of the club.

 See you Thursday,

 Mr. Bova




January 18, 2022

B Day

 The next Math Olympiad competition will be Monday, January 24th, at 8am, in Cafeteria C.

 Attention 5th and 6th graders! Sports and Socializing will take place on Friday, January 21, from 6:00-8:00. Come join your friends for a fun-filled night of music, sports, and crafts! Make sure to bring your student ID and signed waiver form.

 Today is Turn off Tuesday. Turn off your Chromebook during this announcement every Tuesday AND when you see Restart to Update.  How do you turn off your Chromebook?

1)    Click the Clock.

2)   On the screen… click the power icon, NOT keyboard.

3)   Close cover… Wait 15 seconds… open cover and it will start up in 15 seconds.

 Recycling Club is cancelled tomorrow, 1/19/22.

 Good morning everyone, this message is for all the girls of Transit.  You are invited to a club called “Girls Who Code” – a beginning coding group for girls.

 What is Girls Who Code you ask? Girls Who Code is a national organization whose main goal is to increase the number of women in the field of computer science.  The organization is working to close the gender gap in technology and change the image of what a programmer looks like. The aim of the club is to inspire, educate, and equip young women with the computer programming skills for jobs of the future. Whether or not you want to build a website, an app, or a robot, you will need to learn the basics for all programming languages through different kinds of activities.

 Seven years ago, three thousand students had completed a Girls Who Code program, 95% of whom went on to major in computer science at university. As of last spring, that number has reached 300,000 girls!

 If you think you may be interested, grab a friend and plan on attending our first meeting on Thursday, January 27th, at 8am, in room B227. This is not a competition, there is no pressure to join, and we are all there to help each other meet our goals. Find out what you can get out of the club.

 See you Thursday,

 Mr. Bova