TEPS Celebrates 60th Anniversary, Inducts 16 New Members

Wednesday, November 1, 2017

The TEPS leadership organization at McCallie inducted 16 students for membership in the sophomore leadership organization for the 2017-18 school year during an induction ceremony in the Chapel. 

TEPS is the school’s leadership organization for sophomores who have demonstrated spirit, service and leadership on campus. These characteristics are seen on athletic teams, on musical stages, in clubs, in organizations, in publications or in the theater. 

The group — celebrating its 60th year of helping identify and nurture student leadership — is named for Dr. Thomas Edwards Peck Woods who taught at McCallie and served as associate headmaster from 1921 to 1948. During his time at McCallie, Dr. Woods’ name was synonymous with spirit, service and leadership, and TEPS exists to recognize and nurture those values.The newest members of TEPS are: 

Briggs McKinley Akin
Charles Herman Bernstein
Robert Courtland Buzzini
Nathaniel Forbes Dallimore
Jaren Michael Dildine
Carter Braxton Edge
Jackson Finley Eftink
Luke Alan Eubank
Alexander Brown Hall
Deangelo Howard Hardy
Carter Mason Henry
Riley Chase Looper
Denver Davis Oliver
Andrew Kyle Prescott
Wright Ashley Self
Owen Miles Stoker 

Upper School counselor Will Honeycutt and science teacher Callie Burns are the faculty advisors for TEPS.

 



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