Attendance for Middle / High School Effective 11-18-20: Even during times of virtual instruction, we are required to keep accurate attendance records. In accordance with guidance from the Pennsylvania Department of Education, attendance collection will be a two-fold process in which 1) students are expected to complete a daily attendance form (sent directly to their TMSD email each day) AND 2) keep up to date will all assigned work. This attendance form must be completed by the student by 11:00 AM each day. In addition to collecting daily student attendance reports, TMSD teachers will be monitoring completion of assignments and reporting concerns to district administration weekly. Failure to show consistent engagement and participation during virtual learning may result in a referral to the truancy officer.
Join PHEAA for a Virtual FAFSA Webinar from the comfort of your home! The presentation is designed for students attending a postsecondary school after high school and their parent(s). The presentation will provide an overview of the 2021-22 FAFSA as well as an opportunity for questions related to the financial aid process and the FAFSA. You must register for this event. Information can be found at this link: https://www.tmsd.net/o/senior-high-school/page/fafsa-presentation
Attention Seniors: Provine Picture retakes have been rescheduled for the morning of November 13, 2020. This will include senior pictures for those who did not meet for their appointment this summer and TM Online students.
Tonight's Varsity football game is at Greater Johnstown with kick-off at 7:00 PM. Gates open at 6:00 PM. Address: 222 Central Ave. Johnstown, PA 15902. All Participants received 2 vouchers. There will be tickets sold at the gate to the public. The game can also be viewed on the NFHS Network. Go Titans!!
Attention Titan Fans attending tonight’s game: Tussey Mountain fans should enter Tiger Stadium on the YMCA side. Parking is available at the Hollidaysburg Junior High School parking lot (1000 Hewitt St. Hollidaysburg, PA). SPECTATOR GUIDELINES --The Hollidaysburg Area School District would like to remind our spectators to adhere to the social distancing guidelines set forth from the PA Department of Health to maintain 6ft from all people NOT in your immediate family while seated in the stadium bleachers. --The Hollidaysburg Area School District reminds all spectators they MUST wear a mask at all times throughout the stadium until they are seated and properly socially distanced from Non-members of their immediate family. You MUST wear a mask when not seated, and while visiting the concession stand and restrooms. --There is NO-Re-ENTRY into the Stadium. Once a spectator leaves the Stadium they CANNOT re-enter. --Please stay home if you are sick! District 5 reminds spectators that signs, face paint, and noise-makers are prohibited. Go Titans!!
This evening's playoff game for volleyball starts at 7:00 p.m. and will be streamed on Facebook Live under "Fannett-Metal Volleyball." Good luck Lady Titans!
Attention Titan Fans: Tickets for the District 5 Football Championship game will be sold to the general public from 6:00 - 7:00 p.m. this evening (or until sold out) at the TMHS ticket booth. There are 250 tickets available and cost $6 each (max of 4 tickets). Tickets will NOT be sold the night of the game.
District 5A Volleyball First Round: #6 Tussey Mountain Lady Titans vs. #3 Fannett-Metal Lady Tigers Date: October 29, 2020 7:00 PM Location: Fannett-Metal High School 15535 Path Valley Rd, Spring Run PA, 17262 * Each player will receive 2 vouchers for tickets to be bought at the gate. Adults $6 and Students $3.
District 5 Football Championship Game: Northern Bedford County vs. Tussey Mountain, Friday, October 30, 2020 at 7:00. Hollidaysburg High School (Tiger Stadium, Union St. Hollidaysburg, PA). All tickets must be pre-purchased and are $6 (no student prices). There will be NO tickets sold the night of the game. Each participant (football, band, cheer) will be given 6 vouchers on Monday, October 26th. Voucher money and unsold vouchers must be returned on Wednesday, October 28th by noon. All unsold tickets will then go on sale to the public (4 tickets maximum) at the Tussey Mountain Football Stadium ticket booth on Wednesday evening at 6:00 PM until all tickets are sold.
Attention parents and guardians of the Tussey Mountain Middle and High school. Tomorrow, October 23, 2020, there will be a lockdown drill at the high school. Please be advised, this is just a drill.
Attention Seniors: Provine Picture retakes have been rescheduled for the morning of November 4, 2020. This will include senior pictures for those who did not meet for their appointment this summer and TM Online students.
Friday October 23rd is an early dismissal day for the Tussey Mountain School District. Dismissal at the elementary school will begin at 12:45pm for parent pickups and 12:50pm for students on buses. High school students will be dismissed at 1:00pm.
Middle/High School Parents and Guardians: As flu season approaches and students begin to remain home, they must log onto CANVAS to continue to do their work so they do not get behind. Teachers have assignments posted to keep fluidity between home and school in the event we do have to go to our hybrid or online plan. Students who are asked to quarantine from someone outside of the school are asked to report their situation to the nurse as soon as possible. Upon returning to school, a doctor's note will be needed if the absence is quarantine related or beyond the parental excused days.
Tonight's varsity football game against Moshannon Valley can be viewed on NFHS Network and Tussey Mountain Athletics YouTube channel. Homecoming festivities will begin at 6:30 p.m. followed by kickoff at 7:00 p.m.
Tonight's JV football game with West Branch has been canceled.
Reminder: Middle School/High School students who are in non-compliance with the district's mask wearing policy will receive disciplinary action beginning with a warning and could lead to being sent home.
Tomorrow's varsity football game with Southern Huntingdon has been canceled. Tussey Mountain will instead travel to North Star for a 7:00 kick-off. No vouchers are required. Tickets are $3 for adults and $2 for students. The game will be live-streamed on the NFHS network.
Titan Fans: Vouchers are not required for the junior high football game at Windber on 10/1 or for the varsity football game at Glendale on 10/2. Both stadiums are opening to 50% capacity. A reminder that masks will be required.
Visit "Titan Sports Live Streaming" for links and information of upcoming events. This page can be found on the TMSD Senior High Website located within the Sports menu option. Or type "Live Streaming" in the search bar at the top right corner of tmsd.net. https://www.tmsd.net/o/senior-high-school/page/titan-sports-live-streaming
Reminder: Wednesday, September 23 is picture day at the middle school, high school and pre-school. Online students should go to titan-media.net for their schedule for picture times.
A Virtual PHEAA Financial Aid Presentation is scheduled for Tuesday, September 22 from 5:30-7:00pm. This presentation will provide an early understanding of the financial decisions students will need to make concerning higher education. The presenter will discuss higher education costs, the types of financial aid available, and how to apply for financial aid. Participants will have the opportunity to enter questions in the Q & A section at any time, as well as at the end of the presentation. You must register for this event. Information can be found at this link: https://www.tmsd.net/o/senior-high-school/page/pheaa-financial-aid-presentation
The Tussey Mountain high school, middle school and pre-school Picture Day will be Wednesday, September 23. The senior retakes and retake date for the above-mentioned photos will be Oct. 21. Click the link for the schedule/information. https://titan-media.net/2020/09/09/tm-school-picture-schedule/
Live Streaming 4:00 p.m. Bedford vs. Tussey Mountain - Junior High Volleyball https://vimeo.com/458283856
Today's JH, JV, and Varsity volleyball games against Juniata Valley can be viewed on Hornet TV on YouTube. https://www.youtube.com/c/HornetTV The NFHS Network is expected to finish the installation at TM tomorrow with an official announcement when complete.
Tonight's football game against Meyersdale can be viewed live on: https://vimeo.com/457059893 We are sorry for the inconvenience and ask for your patience and understanding.
Tonight's scrimmage Portage v. TM can be viewed at the link below https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_nG81ZRJEIU&feature=youtu.be
The Challenge Program will be awarding $3,000 to 15 students at TM this year! (5 sophomores, 5 Juniors, and 5 Seniors). The program challenges students in 5 categories: Attendance, STEM, Community Service, Academic Improvement, and Academic Excellence. Follow The Challenge Program on Facebook, Snapchat, Instagram, and Twitter.
IMPORTANT UPDATE Attention classes of 2020 and 2021: Due to recent feedback the Prom 2020 survey has been reopened and will stay open until Tuesday July 7. Please check your email and respond. If you cannot access your email please call 635-2975 ext 1181 and let a message if you are interested in attending a prom on July 22nd. Thank you.
Attention classes of 2020 and 2021: Thank you for your participation in the Prom survey. Due to the lack of interest in participating, the district has decided to cancel Prom for this school year.
Attention Class of 2020: Thank you for responding to the survey on holding a traditional graduation this week. Based off of the small number of students who participated in the survey, holding a ceremony for this amount of people would not be feasible. We thank you for attending the drive-thru ceremony on June 4.
If you did not pick up your locker belongings at the high school during the scheduled time in May, you can still come get your belongings. Our summer hours are Monday through Thursday from 6:00 to 4:00. If items are not picked up by July 1st, they will be donated to charity.
On Thursday, June 4th, the District will be conducting a drive through Graduation Ceremony beginning at 5pm. Please see the website for details. In order to receive your diploma you must return any chromebooks, textbooks, or settle any other Senior obligations this week.
The schedule for locker clean out for grades 5 through 11 is available on the TMSD website. To find the date and time for each grade level, go to the District home page and click on "Locker Clean Out Schedule".
The school counselors will be available to answer any questions or concerns via email. Please check the school website for an additional message from the Guidance Department. For any immediate mental health concerns, please contact Bedford County Crisis at 866-611-6467.
The spring formal for grades 7 through 12 that was scheduled for Saturday, April 4 has been cancelled. The Pride Team thanks you for your understanding and hopes you are staying healthy.
TMSD is going to offer online instructional opportunities starting Wed. March 25. All students K-12 will need a computer or tablet with internet access. If you do not have access to a computer at home you may pick one up at the H.S. Aud. from 12-3 March 23 and 8-3 March 24
Parents/guardians of the senior class: Orders for graduation announcements will be taken January 23 during lunch periods. Packets were sent home with the seniors today. Any questions, please contact Miss Buterbaugh or Mr. Hummel.
The Financial Aid Workshop and FAFSA completion night will continue as scheduled for this evening at 5:30 p.m. in the high school computer lab. Please bring the following: social security number, most recent (2018) federal income tax return, and FSA ID.
Reminder to parents of seniors: There will be a Financial Aid Workshop and FAFSA completion night on Thursday, December 5 at 5:30 p.m. in the high school computer lab. Please bring the following: social security number, most recent (2018) federal income tax return, and FSA ID.
The safety/lockdown drill at the Middle School/High School has concluded.
Tomorrow, November 26, the Middle School and High School will be conducting a lockdown drill. There will be no threat in the building at any time during the drill. The drill is for learning and practice purposes only. See detailed information on the district website.
Voting is now open for PennDOT’s Paint the Plow Program. The theme is: "Don’t Rush in Ice and Slush" Click the link to vote for Tussey and help us win 4 years in a row! https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/BedfordPlow2019
Vision screenings will be done for all MS and HS students tomorrow, October 21. Please bring/wear your glasses.
Red Ribbon Week TMHS & Middle School October 21-25 Monday - Pajama Day Tuesday - Camouflage Day Wednesday - Wild West Day Thursday - Neon & Sunglasses Day Friday - Jersey or Red/Black Day
Tomorrow, Oct 2 is Picture Day for the following students: PreK, 5th through 11th, TM Online, and any Senior who hasn't had their photograph taken by Provine. No purchase necessary but all students will get pictures taken.
Reminder: Awards Ceremony for Grades 9, 10, & 11 tonight at 6:00 p.m. in the HS auditorium. Hope to see you there!
Today's Junior High Baseball and Softball games at Everett have been postponed until Monday, May 20.
All TM baseball and softball games scheduled for today have been cancelled.
This is a reminder that the Bedford-Fulton County Junior High Track Meet starts at 4:00 today.
Tomorrow's (4/30) varsity track meet at NBC vs. NBC and Everett has been moved to Everett. Start time is 4:00.
Tonight's District 5 A girls first round game vs. Johnstown Christian has been postponed until tomorrow, Feb. 21 at 7:00.
Join us at 7:00 this evening for the annual PowderPuff football game. Seniors vs. Juniors!
There was an unannounced fire drill today at approximately 11:10 a.m. All students and staff were accounted for and exceeded expectations by following proper safety procedures.
If you purchase your 2019 Yearbook before October 12th, Jostens will enter your name into a drawing for a MacBook Pro. Go to jostensyearbooks.com to order.
Spirit Week! (Dress Code Appropriate) Monday is Jersey Day Tuesday is Twin Day Wednesday is Tourist Day (vacation attire) Thursday is Dress Up Day (picture day) Friday wear your red and black (or pink for cancer awareness)
The Titans shutout Williamsburg 44-0. Titan Pride & Titan Proud. Great job!
In a very close game on the road, the Titans get the victory over the NBC Panthers with a score of 14-7. The Titans remain undefeated with a record of 4-0.
The Titan football team won again by beating Mount Union 45-7! They are now 3-0. Good luck next week at NBC.
Senior Class Meeting today during 9th period in the auditorium.