East Middle School News
View the April 2018 edition of Our Community, TCAPS' district newsletter for great stories on the many ways our students are achieving excellence, giving back to our community, and so much more.
Two Traverse City East Middle School students, Cole and Trey Harding, qualified for the National History Bee Finals.
On Saturday, May 5, 2018, from 6:00 p.m. to 9:00 p.m., Traverse City Area Public Schools will host a Cinco de Mayo fundraiser dinner and silent auction to support global service volunteer and language learning trips to Spain and Mexico at the Traverse City Masonic Lodge (13360 S W Bay Shore Dr.).
Traverse City East Middle School’s student produced documentary “Predator & Prey” was selected among the “Best in Show” at the Digital Arts, Film & Television’s (DAFT’s) Michigan Student Film Festival.
Beginning in the 2018-19 school year, there will be no school on November election days.
On Sunday, April 15, 2018, the documentary “Predator & Prey: Opioid’s savage effect on our community” created by students in the digital media class at Traverse City East Middle School will be shown at the State Theatre (233 E. Front Street).
March 23 - No school, Spring break recess begins, March 26–April 2 - Tompkins Boardman Administration Building closed, April 3 - School resumes
Read the latest edition of TCAPS’ district newsletter, Our Community, as students across the district “spring into reading” in celebration of March is Reading Month.
Traverse City East Middle School (EMS) and West Middle School (WMS) students competed in the Regional National History Day Contest on Saturday, March 17, 2018.
Traverse City Area Public Schools students received honorable mention in the Crooked Tree Arts Center’s annual Youth Art Show.