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Tam Students protest against climate change and for abortion rights

By Emmaline Pearson June 7, 2022
Multiple Tam students attended two separate protests in Marin, using their voices and presence to advocate for what they believe in.

Principle Farr earns doctorate from Gonzaga University

By Kelsey Cook June 7, 2022
Principle Farr, newly titled Dr. Farr, earned his doctorate in education from Gonzaga University.
Courtesy of Michael Lovejoy

Lovejoy and CTE students produce One-Act for the spring festival

By Naomi Lenchner June 7, 2022
In collaboration with the Tam Conservatory Theater Ensemble, Michael Lovejoy's class performs a play within the One-Act Festival.
(Courtesy of The Tam News)

Community Development Agency discusses combating rising sea levels

By Savy Behr March 29, 2022
Marin CDA responds to rising sea levels with potential dune system solution.
(Amelia Sandgren)

TUHSD lifts indoor mask requirement

By Kayla Boon and Jack Fierstein March 29, 2022
The school mask mandate will be lifted March 14.
SAT to be shortened, digitized by 2024

SAT to be shortened, digitized by 2024

By Lukas Stoker March 17, 2022
The College Board announced the SAT will become shorter and fully digital by 2024.
(Photo Courtesy of Ethan Chase)

Mock Trial wins county championship, moves on to state competition

By Fiona Matney February 19, 2022
After an upset last year, Tam's mock trial team won the Marin county championship on Feb. 5.
(Kayla Boon)

Board of Trustees considers AP World History course, facilities plan, Public Health updates

By Amelia Sandgren January 28, 2022
The Board of Trustees met to discuss multiple updates, including a potential new course, maintenance, and COVID-19 guidelines.
(Courtesy of Marin Public Health Department)

Public Health announces new COVID-19 protocols for schools

By Lauren Felder January 27, 2022
Marin Counties Public Health official updated the public on school related changes to COVID-19 policies.
(Courtesy of Ethan Swope)

Administration extends free lunch and breakfast policy

By Jessica Tempero January 4, 2022
The district has decided to continue serving free lunch past the state mandate from last school year.
(Catherine Stauffer)

Students resist anti-vaccination protest held outside of Tam

By Catherine Stauffer December 14, 2021
Tam students interacted with an anti-vaccination protest being held outside the school on Nov. 3.
(Courtesy of Ethan Swope)

Leadership updates events for new Covid guidelines

By Carley Lehman December 13, 2021
Leadership announces Winter Formal, the first school-wide dance since the pandemic began.
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