The Tam News

District postpones return to in-person instruction

(Ethan Swope)
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.

Mill Valley School District returns to site-based instruction

(Samantha Nichols)
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.

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

(Nancy Hoang)
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.

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

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

Board of Trustees members Harlander, Loebbaka re-elected for second term

Left: TUHSD Board or Trustees member Karen Loebbaka. Right: Board of Trustees President Leslie Harlander.  (Courtesy of the Tamalpais Union High School District Board of Trustees)
By Amelia Sandgren November 21, 2020
Loebbaka and Harlander will keep their seats on the board until 2024.

Quarantine calls for a new wardrobe

(Tahlia Amanson)
By Kennedy Enlowsmith November 18, 2020
With the social scene of school slowly fading away and social media becoming more popular, Tam’s fashion has evolved over quarantine.

District delays return to in-person learning

(Samantha Nichols)
By Jake Cohen October 27, 2020
Students are expected to return to campuses in a hybrid format on Jan. 6.

Mill Valley School District delays site-based instruction

(Paige Anderson)
By Amelia Sandgren October 23, 2020
The district cited a lack of information and student interest in returning to classroom instruction as the reason for the delay. 

Is Distance Learning Healthy?

(Courtesy of Tam High)
By Charlie Wiltsee October 17, 2020
Due to distance learning during the COVID-19 pandemic, TUHSD students are spending upwards of six hours on screens per day.

The Truth About Breakout Rooms

(Jordan Cushner)
By Paige Anderson October 3, 2020
Breakout rooms are hell.

District announces, revises plans for fall reopening

(Ethan Swope)
By Samantha Nichols July 21, 2020
The 2020-21 school year will begin with distance learning while public health guidelines remain restrictive.

County introduces Rethinking Schools Task Force

(Samantha Nichols)
By Amelia Sandgren May 25, 2020
The task force is considering implementing school schedules with a combination of in-person and distance learning for the 2020-2021 school year.
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