The Tam News

Tam College Counselor Resigns

Tam College Counselor Resigns

Zoe Wynn

September 23, 2017


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College and career counselor Elizabeth Stoner has left Tam to to take a job at Marin Promise. Stoner began working at Tam at the beginning of the 2015-2016 school year and resigned shortly before the beginning of this school year. Tam was quick to find interim replacement, Susan Gertman, who worked at...

Stoner Continues Career Speaker Series

Stoner Continues Career Speaker Series

James Finn

May 2, 2016


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The College and Career Center (CCC) has been hosting a Career Speaker Series, consisting of a succession of professionals from an array of fields speaking to student audiences at lunch about their professions. The series began on February 25 with a presentation by Kurt Jordan, an engineer for Oracle Ra...

Sophomores Continue to Opt Out of PE

Sophomores Continue to Opt Out of PE

Marie Hogan

November 5, 2015


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Although a policy change this spring made it more difficult to take physical education (PE) online, students continue to forego taking PE on campus this year. Some who were not able to obtain permission for individualized study made the choice to remove PE from their schedule anyway, hoping that a more f...

Bridge the Gap College Prep Moves to Tam Campus

Bridge the Gap College Prep Moves to Tam Campus

Josh Love

October 16, 2015


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Bridge the Gap College Prep (BTGCP), an educational and college preparation organization, has finally arrived at Tam. Bridge the Gap began meeting on campus at the beginning of the school year in an attempt to improve services for students who went to Bridge the Gap in Marin City, providing them addi...

New Teachers Hired at Tam

New Teachers Hired at Tam

Danielle Egan

September 21, 2015


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This year brings 17 new staff members to Tam: 15 teachers, a new counselor, and a new college and career specialist. This influx of staff has diversified Tam’s community. “We are growing, we’re getting better and better,” Principal Julie Synyard said. A large freshman class and seven teach...