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Part 3 of TMI's Parent Education Series, "Challenged. Cherished. Known.," featuring Lisa Condrey, School Counselor and Humanities Teacher; Stacy Smith, School Nurse and Healthcare Coordinator; Troy Griffith, Math Teacher; and Sarah Murphy, Director of College Counseling, hosted by TMI Dean of Community and Wellness Tracy Carter.…
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Part 2 of TMI's 3-part Parent Education Series, "Challenged. Cherished. Known.," featuring Paul Kim, Equity Task Force Interim Chair and Humanities Teacher; Sherry Brown, Dean of Students and English Teacher; Troy Eason, Dean of Students and Math Teacher; and Fr. Nate Bostian, Head Chaplain, hosted by TMI Dean of Community and Wellness Tracy Carter…
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In today's Community Update, Head of School Fr. Scott Brown shares an update on COVID and quarantines by breaking down the numbers. He also outlines the plan for staying the course and keeping Wednesday Community days through the third quarter. At the end of this week's update, Fr. Scott shares some of the good news in the community including our a…
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Part 1 of TMI's 3-part Parent Education Series, "Challenged. Cherished. Known.," featuring Anne Schaefer-Salinas, Associate Head of School, and Justin Kutscherousky, Dean of Innovation, hosted by TMI Dean of Community and Wellness Tracy Carter. Parents, check your email for a link to RSVP for Part 2 coming up on November 18, 2020.…
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In today's Community Update, TMI's School Nurse and Healthcare Coordinator, Stacy Smith, shares important reminders and information from the Health Center, including the importance of continuing what we're doing and what happens if someone on our campus tests positive. Following Nurse Stacy is TMI's Director of Safety & Security, Michael Call, who …
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In today's Community Update video, Head of School Fr. Scott Brown talks in detail about what to expect next week when all students are back on campus together starting Monday, October 5. He also shares an update on our athletic programs and what our fall and winter teams can expect. As a reminder, it is time for our families that would like to cont…
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In today's Community Update, Head of School Fr. Scott Brown takes a look back at the first full week of hybrid instruction and emphasizes the importance of every member in our community following the protocols and procedures we have for being on campus. Abiding by the rules and being disciplined while we are both on and off campus will allow us to …
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In today's Community Update, Head of School Fr. Scott Brown takes you on a tour of campus, highlighting the safety procedures and protocols for coming back to campus. He shares details for coming onto campus, drop-off and pick-up locations, how the classrooms will look (including for students in remote instruction), plans for lunch, and more. We lo…
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In today's Community Update, Head of School Fr. Scott Brown gives a detailed overview of the path leading up to September 21. He also answers some of the common questions around finances, expectations for coming back to campus, and reminds parents about making the decision for remote vs in-person instruction for the first quarter. We look forward t…
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In today's Community Update, Head of School Fr. Scott Brown gives an overview of the plans for returning to campus on September 21. In addition, Athletic Director Brandon Palomo gives an update on fall athletics and outlines the plans and scenarios for football, cheerleading, cross country and volleyball. We look forward to the next few weeks as we…
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In today's Community Update, Head of School Fr. Scott Brown shares a few short reminders as we prepare to start off the 2020-2021 school year next week! Listen as he shares exciting news about the Community Engagement Council's new online TMI spirit store and mask store and reminders about our back-to-school boxes, New Family Orientation, and more.…
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In this first community update of the summer, Fr. Scott talks about the behind-the-scenes planning that's continuing to happen to ensure a safe return to school. "We’re mapping the course. We’re preparing the way. And we’re expecting to be surprised. But no matter what comes our way, we’ll be ready," and we look forward to coming back on campus tog…
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In today’s episode, TMI Head Chaplain Fr. Nate Bostian reflects on what it’s been like to take Daily Chapel online, shares a recommendation for dividing the day into five segments (work, play, reflection, connection, and sleep), and offers advice for getting through challenging times during social distancing. Fr. Nate encourages the community to re…
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In today’s episode, TMI’s Personal and College Counselor, Lisa Condrey, shares her knowledge and expertise in reducing stress and anxiety during social distancing and remote instruction. Below are some recommended tools and resources that she shares during the interview: Tips for managing stress and feeling overwhelmed: Remind ourselves of what is …
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Science Teacher Mark Philippi and English Teacher Courtney Duke share their insights and perspectives about remote instruction this past week. They give tips for both students and parents in navigating this new environment and share their love and how much they miss our students and community.Oleh TMI Episcopal
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In today's Panthercast Community Update, we take a look at some of the classroom projects happening in art, geography, and history as well as some of our student and team accomplishments. A few key dates coming up: March 3, 2020 – Latin students to arrive at school at 8am March 3-5, 2020 – Earth Science Coast Trip March 6, 2020 – No school for stud…
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In today's episode, we invite you into Daily Chapel with us as an opportunity to experience this part our community first-hand. You'll be hearing Father Nate's sermon from last Monday on love. What is love? How do we live into love? Fr. Nate asks these questions and shares the importance of love in our lives. Featured clips in this podcast: 10 Sign…
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In today's episode, we're launching a new format for the Panthercast episodes. This bi-weekly community update will bring you into our classrooms by highlighting individual projects and updating you on achievements, upcoming events, and campus updates. Today, we take a look at Mrs. Claudia Clark's 6th grade culture projects and Mrs. Kate Faulk's CP…
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In today's episode, Dean of Community and Wellness Tracy Carter talks in depth about some of the new initiatives this year designed to care for the heart of our school. She shares what's in store for the Parent Education Labs, the new iCare form for students, and Social Emotional Learning at TMI.Oleh TMI Episcopal
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In today’s episode, Associate Head of School Anne Shaefer-Salinas talks about academics here at TMI. She shares her love of education, why she became a passionate advocate for students with different learning styles, and why it’s so important for our teachers to continually evolve and collaborate as they prepare our students for a constantly-changi…
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In today’s episode, Justin Kutscherousky talks in depth about innovation and design here at TMI. He shares some of the student projects that are happening in the classroom and how the design thinking mindset guides them throughout the process. We also touch on the new Walker Innovation Center coming to TMI and how it will serve as a hub for the com…
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Today's episode features the audio from our fall Head of School Social on Wednesday, October 2, 2019. TMI Head of School, The Rev. Scott J. Brown, dives deep into budgets, planning, and what lies ahead for our community. Fr. Scott talks in depth about many of the campus updates taking place, from capital improvements and new vehicles to the groundb…
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The first Panthercast episode of the 2019-2020 school year is out today! We kick off with a Padrecast episode with Fr. Scott Brown, Head of School, who shares his theme and goals for the year ahead. Opening with 484 students, TMI is celebrating its highest enrollment in history. We invite our TMI parents to come learn more about what lies ahead for…
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In his #SeniorChapelTalk, Kyle Nevitt reflected on the many accomplishments of his grandfather–his hero–ranging from pole vaulting to becoming a Navy Seal, and shared the wisdom he passed down. “The real heroes,” his grandfather told him, “are those who spend time getting an education and use that education to make the world a better place.” Educat…
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Listen to last week’s Head of School Spring Social on today’s podcast episode. Head of School, Fr. Scott Brown, talks about everything from Annual Giving to Innovation and Design. Fr. Scott updates the community on the TMI Fund goal, Stars Over TMI, the pillars of our school (Academics, Athletics, Military, Spirituality), personnel, and capital imp…
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In her #SeniorChapelTalk, Jia “Jenny” Qi spoke about her experience as an international boarding student, thrust into a new culture and feeling lonely, missing her family back home. Misunderstanding the lack of communication from her parents, she began to feel isolated. But when she returned home the next summer, she realized just how much her fami…
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In this episode, TMI’s Head Lacrosse Coach and Summer Programs Coordinator, Blake Skinner, is back to talk about the Summer At TMI activities. Blake introduces a few of our new academic offerings for Upper School students that will give them a chance to get ahead and free up their schedules during the year for more electives and flexibility in thei…
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In her #SeniorChapelTalk, Kristina Samuel described a typical day as her 7-year-old self and her ability to see the beauty in everything. During adolescence, however, her competitive drive led to anxiety and doubt. But, a summer experience as a volunteer at Camp CAMP reshaped her view. It’s a place where anything is doable and dreamable. “I now fin…
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Today’s guest is TMI’s Personal & College Counselor and Psychology Teacher, Lisa Condrey. Lisa earned her Bachelor’s of Art in Psychology & Social Work from the University of Texas at Austin and her Master of Social Work from Florida State University. Before coming to TMI in 2005, she was a counselor at St. Thomas' Episcopal School in Houston and, …
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In her #SeniorChapelTalk, Annie Masterson shared her competitive drive with the TMI community. But, unlike others who could simply shake off not winning, she would spiral downward–viewing defeat as complete failure. Over time, she began to view this combination differently; her competitiveness was really a passion without fear. Though she still str…
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Back for our 10th Padrecast episode is TMI Head of School, Fr. Scott Brown! In today’s show, Fr. Scott recaps our “Walk & Talk” events we introduced last month in February to give parents a chance to walk around campus and visit with Fr. Scott, bringing any question or conversation topic they wanted to hear about directly from him. We are excited t…
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In her #SeniorChapelTalk, Trinity Walker shared her struggles during her six years here at TMI and how they shaped her view of failure and the value of people around her. She recalled one experience of running hill repeats with the cross country team. Realizing she was far behind her team members, the pride and accomplishment she’d felt moments ago…
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In this episode, Bridget Lynch '19 and Sebastian Martinez-Sotomayor '20 talk all about the TMI chapter of the National Honor Society and share their experiences as members of the organization. Bridget and Sebastian talk about membership, what NHS has taught them, community service, and the various projects the chapter has led this year. They also a…
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In his #SeniorChapelTalk, Jake Flinn shared the story of his younger brother being born with a rare, life-threatening condition. After many months, surgeries, and medications, Jake's little brother Matt was able to come home from the hospital. There were many challenges and Matt's medical journey wasn't finished, but every time Jake looked at his l…
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Today’s guest is Sergio Martinez, TMI Class of 2000 and owner of Freight Gallery & Studios. If you’ve been to Southtown for a Second Saturday Artwalk or enjoyed a meal at Kimura @ Freight, then you’ve noticed what an impact Freight Gallery & Studios is making in the local community. Sergio’s love for art grew after college when moved to Prague to t…
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In her #SeniorChapelTalk, Yiling "Elaine" Qiu spoke about her experience volunteering to teach English in a remote village to students who only spoke Tibetan and couldn't understand her Mandarin. She quickly had to adjust her well-prepared plans and began teaching by cultivating their interest in the language. What she learned in the end, is that i…
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In Padrecast #9, Head of School Fr. Scott talks about the Forum Friday in chapel with students, updates in the strategic planning process, and introduces the new "Walk & Talk with Fr. Scott" events. Find out more about the wide variety of questions that students submitted for the Forum Friday chapel on Feb. 1–from deep and thoughtful questions to l…
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In her #SeniorChapelTalk, Inaara Bhayani shared the ups and downs of living with someone who has bipolar disorder. She spoke about how it affected her own confidence and self-worth, sharing how hard it was to both admit and accept that she needed the help of others to overcome the emotional toll it took. “We all have something we’re struggling with…
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In this episode, we feature TMI Fine Arts Instructor Hannah Cooper McCauley, who joined the TMI community 2016 and brings her talents of narrative photography to our school. Her own photography has been exhibited in group and solo shows at various venues internationally, including the Ogden Museum of Southern Art, the Vermont Center for Photography…
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