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Homecoming Rally 2015-2016

Homecoming Rally 2015-2016

Features Staff

October 28, 2015


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On October 2 Tam High held their annual homecoming rally at Mead Theatre. The events included lip syncs from each grade level, performances from dance team and cheer team, and games. Photo Courtesy of Tam Yearbook... // Powered by Cincopa Video Hosting for Business solution.Homecoming Rally 2015-2...

Students Take PSAT and Workshops on Minimum Day

Students Take PSAT and Workshops on Minimum Day

Hannah Chorley

October 13, 2015


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The Preliminary Scholastic Aptitude Test (PSAT)  will be administered to sophomores and juniors during school on Wednesday, October 14th. The test is optional for sophomores and mandatory for juniors. While these students are taking the test, freshmen will meet in Gus Gym for Link Crew activities, h...

Edward Harrison Profile

Edward Harrison Profile

October 9, 2015


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This year, we have a new teacher for IS 1-2, Edward Harrison. Harrison is a New York native and earned his degrees at multiple universities, including Long Island University, New York University, Cornell, and Nova Southeastern University in Florida. In 1980, he moved to Florida and was teaching a few ...

Hawk Talk: Senior Advice for Freshmen

Hawk Talk: Senior Advice for Freshmen

Cody Duane-McGlashan

June 6, 2013


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Coming to high school can be an exciting and intimidating transition filled with new classes, teachers and peers. We’ve all been through it, and who better to ask for advice than our wise and knowledgeable seniors who will soon have completed all of high school? In this month’s Hawk Talk seniors...

Poetry Recitation Competition Draws Student Performers

Jordan Blackburn

February 20, 2013


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The Marin County Poetry Out Loud contest was held at the Mill Valley Public Library on February 16. Junior Shayna Warner of Marin School of the Arts won and will be advancing to the statewide competition in Sacramento; Freshman Alexandra Deane, winner of Tam’s school-wide competition, did not place. Deane...

Core program completes first two-year cycle

Natasha Harvey

September 29, 2012


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After concluding the first two years of the Core program, students and faculty have differing opinions on its progress. The Core program, which began in 2010, is an integrated program for freshman and sophomores, in which students have the same English and social studies teachers for both years. The tea...

Lovejoy’s Students Welcomed to Orientation

Wenlock Nau

September 26, 2012


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Orientation is a milestone in a high school student’s life, in which they get to know the school meet their classmates, make new friends, and form relationships that will last them throughout high school. Over the course of Tam history, freshmen have been welcomed to the school with this lively day...

Can you pass freshman year? Quiz with Answers

Can you pass freshman year? Quiz with Answers

February 9, 2011


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Can you pass freshman year? Take this quiz and see if you've got what you need to pass all the classes. Answers included. Read More »...

Freshman orientation hellish to helpful

Lorna McGinnis

September 1, 2010


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Freshmen had mixed feelings about Tam’s orientation on Friday, August 13. Freshman Victoria Holland said, “I figuratively escaped out the window. They almost dragged me to hell; they almost dragged me into the games at the beginning of orientation.” She also mentioned a statement made by...

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