The Tam News

(Mikyla Williams)

Pipeline

By Samantha Nichols February 23, 2022
Black students at Tam are suspended at nearly four times the rate of their white counterparts, contributing to a process known as the school-to-prison pipeline. But a novel approach to school discipline called restorative justice shows potential to dismantle that system from its roots.
(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.
(Jack Fierstein)

Tam implements new tardy policy to address influx of late students

By Julian Goodman and Naomi Lenchner November 5, 2021
Tam administration implemented a new tardy policy which includes detention for students who receive 5 or more tardies in a week.
(Henry Hoetler)

Marin Catholic suspends in-person instruction due to student parties, sleepovers

By Amelia Sandgren November 23, 2020
The high school resumed a hybrid learning model on Nov. 2.
(Jessica Bukowski)

Students express concern over AP turnover rate

By Sophia Martin September 27, 2019
Eight assistant principals have been employed at Tam within the span of three years.
(Logan Little)

PE department drops uniform requirement

By Katya Wasserman September 19, 2019
The policy change, a result of recent districtwide budget cuts, requires that students provide their own athletic attire instead.
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