Panther Daily


     Panther Daily

                     Friday, September 13, 2019 


JH Lunch rotation is C:  9thgraders eat first, 7thin the cafeteria, 8thgraders in the gym.


Junior High Knowledge Bowl is open to all students in grades 7-9.  There is a sign up sheet outside of Mrs. Amy Anderson's room.  There is a meeting  before and after school on Tuesday, September 17th.  Come and find out what knowledge bowl is all about!


No Weight Room after school today


An SMSU representative will be here next Tuesday Sept 17th at 1:30 - please sign up in the counselor's office to visit with them.


The TMB Football Team along with TAPS will recognize all Veterans before the football game against Wabasso on Friday, September 13, 2019.  All Veterans get in to the game free.  All Veterans should meet by the south end of the football field at 6:35 p.m. and will walk on to the field at 6:45 p.m.  Please spread the word!


Also, at the same FB game, during the halftime, Ms. Elizabeth Johnson will be presented with a grant from the Bayer Fund for the state of the art welders, along with several of the supporting farmers in the community that helped make this grant possible.  Come to support a 

Fellow colleague and teacher.  


Lost or stolen: An iPhone after 6thhour on Wednesday taken from a 9thgrade locker.  If anyone has knowledge of the whereabouts of this iPhone, please see Mrs. Vondracek.


Tuesdays and Thursdays the Homework Help Room for grades 7-9 and 10  is in room 150.  A noon supervisor will tell you if you are on the list.  You must get your food first.


Signup for Senior Powder Puff TShirts is on Locker # 620. Sign up soon.


Get your TMB Panthers car window stickers.  $5 per sticker.  See Mr. Tauer to purchase a sticker.  A picture of what they look like is on Mr. Tauer’s bulletin board outside his office. 


There will be sr high student council meetings during lunch in Mrs. Rubin's room on Mondays-Wednesdays-Fridays until homecoming.


Anyone who would like to purchase fudge or cookie dough, please find a junior or see Mrs. Larsen


Tracy Community Education is offering a flight school for anyone 15 and up.  Class is on Saturday mornings from 9am to noon for ten Saturday’s starting September 21.  For more information please see Mr. Tauer in the Activities Office.


Tracy Area FCA, grades 4-12, Sunday, September 15, 4:30 pm, HS Cafeteria.  Speaker:  Robin Knudson.  Bring a friend & check it out.

Snack provided.


Please come to the office to accept your Panther Pride award: Shelby Zeug, Madison Martin, Jayden Torgeson, Carter Dingman



































































































































































































































































































































































































































































































































































































































































































































































































































































































































































































































































































































































































































































































































































































































































































































































































































































































































































































































































































































































































































































































































































































































     Panther Daily

Monday, March 18, 2019





Jr. High Lunch Rotation: B (8th graders eat first; 9th – cafeteria; 7th-gym)

Homework Help Room today: 8th   Bring lunch tray & homework with you.


Good luck to our concert band and choir today at large group music contest at Cottonwood.  Please come support our musicians as they compete—the band at 5:00 and choir at 7:15 pm at Lakeview High School. 


Baseball players needing a ride to the VMC and Balaton need to ride the Activity Bus.  The Activity Bus will depart the high school at 3:20pm and then stop at Elementary around 3:22pm.  It will then go to the VMC and then on to Balaton. 


Please remember to turn in your $80.00 payment and permission form to attend the state conference to Mrs. Campbell by March 22.


The City of Tracy is hiring Lifeguards (must be 15 on training date), WSI (swim lesson teachers-must be 16 on training date), Front desk, and Management positions.  Applications are online on the City of Tracy Website, or will be available Friday in the HS Office. 


Attention students- Cole Schreier came up with an idea to raise money for Emilie Hissam and her family.  Cole decided he needs a haircut and he is going to let one of you lucky students or faculty cut it.  It will be $1/entry.  You can enter your name and pay at Angela's desk.  The winner will be announced on Wednesday, March 20.  Who's going to be Cole's new barber?


THERE WILL BE SCHOOL ON MONDAY, APRIL 22.  Starting this Friday through Friday, May 3—it will be on a regular schedule with ALL grades starting class at 8:02 (no ramp up, no PLCs, etc.).  Interruptions to a regular class period will be kept to the best minimum that we can do.  This is to capitalize on our instructional time that we are here in school.


Detention is available on Tuesdays and Wednesdays in Room 150 from 3:00-4:30 pm.  Mrs. Apperson is the supervisor.  If you are going to serve tonight, show up by 3:10pm.  If no students show by then, the room will be closed.   


The After School Program is open to all students Mondays-Thursdays.  Bussing is available on Tuesdays and Thursdays at 4:30 pm at Door #1.  The bus has drop-offs in town, Balaton, Garvin.  Drop-offs in Currie are on Tuesdays only.  Once you leave the after school program, you must exit the building.


Please come to the office to accept your Panther Pride award:  Bao Vue, Stephen Rolling