On December 10th, 2016 Thomas Edison EnergySmart Charter School FLL Robotics Team attended NJ State Championship. TEECS FLL Robotics Team received 7th place out of 60 FLL Robotics Team all around NJ. A big thank you to all team members and coaches. This was a historical moment for TEECS.

On Tuesday, Nov 29th, Mrs. Harrington - NJ Edu. Commissioner, Mr. Biedron - NJ State Edu. Board President and Mrs. Katherine Czehut - Director of Charter Schools from the NJ State Dept of Education came to see TEECS. They enjoyed a tour of all our classes and the new building. They ended the day with a luncheon.

Congrats to Vaishvik Vidavalapati in 4G who won the TEECS Spelling Bee on Monday Dec 12th, He will continue onto the county spelling bee on March 11, 2017 at Somerset County Vo-Tech in Bridgewater. All the students who participated did a great job! We are very proud of them all.

 This class is an introduction to software programming using the Java™ and the Scratch programming language. Students will learn the fundamentals of programming along with the current technological developments. The focus is on developing a logical algorithm to any given solution. The course is designed for students with some programming experience, but if you have none and are motivated you will do fine.


The school's 5th-grade project on the evaporation rates in space was among 25 student experiments selected to be carried aboard the SpaceX Falcon rocket with the CRS-8 Dragon Spacecraft for a 30-day stay in the International Space Station in April, 2016. (Photos by Dave Hutchinson | NJ Advance Media for NJ.com)

  • Tuesday, December 6th, Green Team members welcomed two of 3rd-grade students to start off the NASA's first GLOBE protocols and send in data to NASA's scientist successfully.
  • Green Team is running a Compost program by utilizing the solid waste that comes from the school cafeteria.

TEECS has registered with NASA's (National Aeronautics and Space Administration) GLOBE Program of measuring protocols - surface temperature, clouds and precipitation.  3rd and 4th-grade participants will take the measurements, collect the data and send them to NASA's scientist to help research on  La Niña and El Niño impacts.