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The Dunphy Park homeless encampment in Sausalito. (Amelia Sandgren)

Sausalito judge rules in favor of Dunphy Park homeless encampment

By Charlie Wiltsee April 19, 2021
The judge ruled the encampment would be allowed to remain at the site partly due to concerns over the spread of COVID-19 if it were to be shut down.
(Paige Anderson)

Marin County reopens indoor dining

By Phoebe Leisek April 19, 2021
After over a year of strictly outdoor dining, improving COVID-19 numbers have allowed Marin County to reintroduce indoor dining at a limited capacity.
(Ethan Swope)

District announces full return to site-based instruction April 13

By Samantha Nichols April 12, 2021
Due to recent improvements in case numbers in Marin and updated social distancing guidelines from the CDC, students will be able to attend campus five days a week following spring break.
(Samantha Nichols)

College Board discontinues Subject Tests, optional SAT essay

By GG Mormorunni February 24, 2021
The changes will affect students beginning the college admissions process.
(Courtesy of Abbey Levine)

Link Crew leads freshman class on first tour of Tam campus

By Amelia Sandgren February 24, 2021
Incoming students learned directions to their classes in preparation for a return to campus.
(Courtesy of BPL Watch)

BPL Watch embarks on second season

By Samantha Nichols and Leah Kennedy January 7, 2021
The talk show was created last year by two class of '20 graduates, and has begun a second season hosted by four current seniors.
(Ethan Swope)

District postpones return to in-person instruction

By Samantha Nichols December 18, 2020
Following a stay-at-home order that will remain in effect until Jan. 7, the Tam district has postponed its transition to a hybrid model and expects to be in full distance learning until at least mid-January.
(Courtesy of Cassie Peterson)

Two Tam seniors on track to become first female Eagle Scouts in southern Marin

By David Spector December 18, 2020
After founding Mill Valley's first female BSA troop, Abigail Alpert and Cassandra Peterson are scheduled to complete the Eagle Scout program in the next few months.
(Samantha Nichols)

Bay Area counties impose stay-at-home order amid rising COVID-19 cases

By Logan Little December 7, 2020
The new restrictions become effective Dec. 8 in Marin and require residents to remain at home as much as possible.
(Samantha Nichols)

Mill Valley School District returns to site-based instruction

By Amelia Sandgren November 30, 2020
The district's elementary schools welcomed students into a hybrid learning model on Nov. 30, with the middle school to begin integrating students onto campus beginning Dec. 2.
(Ethan Swope)

Tam implements student-led sexual assault and harassment task force

By Lily Lunn November 28, 2020
The task force will work to address sexual harassment and assault on campus in order to cultivate a safer culture and learning environment at Tam.
(Nancy Hoang)

Hannah Wise Learning Hub temporarily closes after student contracts COVID-19

By Nancy Hoang November 25, 2020
The learning hub shut down for 10 days and reopened after all staff and students tested negative for the virus.
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