Over the weekend, Brianna in 4th and Jojo in 8th competed in Globals cheerleading competition in Richmond Virginia.  There were 87 total teams that competed.  Brianna and her Junior Pee Wee team placed 3rd in their division. Jojo and her varsity team placed 5th in their division. Both teams did very well and work extremely hard. Congrats to them both!

Aryan Kutty’s (6G)  had participated in 3 events at the ‘GRANDMASTER YE BONG CHOI’s - 43rd Annual U.S Open Championship’ tournament which was held on November 11th 2017.

·         Breaking (Wooden board breaking)

·         Forms (Demonstration of the Korean martial art form – Choong Moo Tul)

·         Free Sparing (Free sparing fight)


He was placed 1st in Breaking, 2nd in Forms & Free sparing.



Over the summer Alisa Dovbnya from 7T participated in NJ Long Course Junior Olympics which was hosted by Scarlet Rutgers.  She participated in 4 events which included the 100 free, 400 free, 800 free, and 200 free play.  She placed 17th for NJ 400 free and 570th in U.S.  In addition she placed 11th in NJ 800 free and 229th in U.S.  She also was able to make the Junior Olympic Cut for 14 year old category in the 800 free. TEECS is so proud go her! Keep up the great work !! 


 Ritish Gullapally, 5th grade and his team won the NYCL (National Youth Cricket league) championship held in Minneapolis this summer. They won the trophy in the under 12 category in cricket. He contributed to the team as a wicket keeper and batsman. In addition they received a commendation from the Mayor of Franklin Township.

On May 14th Arnav Lakhia participated in a Chess competition in Piscataway. The chess competition was hosted by the Chess Kings & Queens. Arnav won first place in the competition. We are proud very proud of his accomplishments.

Representatives of Indian culture danced across the stage at the two-day India Fair in Edison. The 2016 India Fair is a large South Asian culture show, said Priyanka Shah of Royal Entertainment, which produced the event. 

The event, on Saturday and Sunday, was expected to draw 20,000 visitors. About 25 schools brought performers of all ages to dance on the main stage at the NJ Exposition Center, including the young performers above. Yashitha Bujala performed as the Goddess Durga. The teen was dressed in full costume and had her hands and face painted blue.

Ritu Ubriani and her FLL Robotics Team, Galaxy 5 won 2nd Place Championship Award at the NJ State FLL Robotics Championship on December 12th. They will be nominated for the National Championship held at Lego Land in San Diego. Ritu and the Galaxy 5 team visited our school and met with members of our FLL Robotics Team on December 8th. Both teams collaborated, shared ideas and practiced with robots. Both teams had a great time and we thank them for visiting our school!