The Tam News

(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.
Track Closed For New Paint Job

Track Closed For New Paint Job

By Sarah Asch January 16, 2014

The track was closed on January 14 and 15 as it received a new paint job courtesy of California Track and Engineering. According to Chris McCune, Director of Community Programs for the district, the tracks...

New P.E. Curriculum to be Implemented in January

New P.E. Curriculum to be Implemented in January

By Riley Kuffner and Joe Russell December 16, 2013

The P.E. department will institute a redesigned curriculum in the second semester of this school year. Before the new curriculum, P.E. classes were essentially split, with half the time spent in the classroom...

P.E. Escapism 101

P.E. Escapism 101

June 1, 2013

There’s always one class that nobody really minds if they have to miss. For most students, that class is Physical Education. When it comes to having to miss a class and not worry about it, P.E. is the...

New teachers Severin, Pender and Lawley bring their own philosophies to Tam

New teachers Severin, Pender and Lawley bring their own philosophies to Tam

By Sophie McGuinness November 2, 2011

Nate Severin PE Teacher Teaching Philosophy: “First and foremost is my relationship with my students. If I know who they are and what they like, then I can teach them better. When students know I...

P.E. uniforms a home run

By Hannah Berman October 1, 2010

Girls walk into the P.E. room, scantily dressed in tank tops and shorts. Boys follow close behind wearing their pants well below their waists. By the looks of them, few would have guessed that these boys...

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