The Tam News

Junior Sebastian Ames banned from Nextdoor over satirical Safeway parking post

Junior Sebastian Ames banned from Nextdoor over satirical Safeway parking post

Dylan Layden

May 1, 2019


Filed under News

Junior Sebastian Ames was banned from the neighborhood social media network Nextdoor after a satirical post over parking at Safeway on March 11. Tam parent Anne Elisco-Lemme fought back against the Nextdoor moderators in a post titled “Enough with the ND police. Let Sebastian Ames back on!” ...

Redwood updates parking policy, removes off-campus lunch

Redwood updates parking policy, removes off-campus lunch

Ilaria Montenecourt

September 23, 2018


Filed under News

Redwood High School along with the Central Marin Police Department recently developed a new parking policy that will begin in 2019. Like Tam, Redwood suffers from a shortage of parking spaces combined with increased enrollment. In response, the school has decided to issue parking permits to students who...

EDITORIAL: Parkin’ Problems

EDITORIAL: Parkin’ Problems

Staff

April 8, 2016


Filed under Editorials, Opinion

The lack of parking at Tam has been at the forefront of student conversation, often outshining other topics - prom, standardized testing, college acceptances and decisions, grades - as the most complained about subject among our student body. As more and more sophomores get their driver’s licenses, par...

The Pool Parking Lot: Room for Improvement

The Pool Parking Lot: Room for Improvement

Daniel Carroll

March 29, 2014


Filed under Opinion

As both a water polo player and a swimmer, I spend a lot of time at Tam’s pool. Every day after school during the fall and spring, I drive my car to the pool to park my car before heading to practice. At this time, the pool parking lot (also known as the staff parking lot) is chaotic, as impatient...

Brief: Safeway Limits Parking for Students

Brief: Safeway Limits Parking for Students

Austin Peck

November 13, 2013


Filed under News

Many students have grown accustomed to parking in the Safeway lot, but new enforcement policies have made these spots less than ideal. Starting in October, Safeway officials began a crackdown on students’ cars parked in excess of two hours. Signs have been affixed around the lot warning drivers that...

New Generation for “Tam High Excellent Parking”

Justin Schmidt

March 21, 2013


Filed under Lifestyles

“Excellent Parking by Tam Students (EPTS),” a Facebook page known and loved by hundreds of students, is in a transformational stage. The page showcases photos of cars parked illegally or poorly by Tam students, or in entertaining ways. Jackson Lundgren, Tam alumnus of 2012, created the page two years...