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Bullying Reporting Website

Bullying Reporting Website

Talawanda School District is trying to make their schools a safer place.  In doing so, a new bullying reporting website has come out that allows students to report bullying.  The district came up with the website in hopes of lowering bullying rates to make the school a safer place. “PublicSchoolWORKS is an effective tool to […]

Talawanda To Implement New Bell Schedule

Talawanda To Implement New Bell Schedule

Starting at the beginning of next school year, the Talawanda bell schedule will change, with school starting at 7:20AM as opposed to the current 7:45AM start. The shift of the schedule is due to the new bus routes going to the new high school. Mr. Rhoton believes “it will work out well for high school […]

Woman Mistaken as Dead Six Years Ago is Now Married

After being mistaken for dead six years ago, Whitney Cerak wed in the church where her funeral was held. Cerak says she now lives a normal life. She is now a mother and a wife. A lot has changed since that dramatic day in 2006. She was among a group of Taylor University students in […]

THS Field Day: May 29th

THS Field Day: May 29th

On May 29th, freshmen, sophomores, juniors and staff will be going to the new high school while seniors are at the zoo. Students will be with their enrichment and will be rotating to several different events through out the day. This includes fine-art & team-building activities, tours/scavenger hunt,  field/gym activities.  Stephanie Aerni, who is helping […]

Community Blood Center visits THS

Community Blood Center visits THS

On May 25, 2012, the Community Blood Center visited Talawanda High School to receive blood donations from willing high school students wanting to give the gift of life. Students could make appointments via the organization’s sign-up website, www.donortime.com. The process was relatively swift and efficient, and it took place in the school’s gymnasium, giving plenty […]

Shad: Rising Hip-Hop Legend

Shad: Rising Hip-Hop Legend

Sometimes artists rocket onto our radar from out of nowhere. They top charts, create fan frenzy and receive accolades without having ever proved they deserve it. Like a shooting star, these artists all too often fizzle out and disappear from view, leaving behind only memories of the hype. Then, there are artists who, while deserving of the […]

Catapults at Talawanda

Catapults at Talawanda

Every year, catapults are set and tennis balls are launched over by the baseball field at THS. The object of the project is to launch a tennis ball with distance and accuracy using kinetic and potential energy. The reason for this is physics class. At the end of the year, students in Physics build catapults […]

New Setting Stone Magazine

New Setting Stone Magazine

Setting Stone Liberal Arts Magazine has published this year’s issue, the group’s eleventh volume. “This is a very unique issue,” stated head editor Morgan Murray.  “In correlation to the theme of this publication, Versus, our magazine is two-sided: one side directly opposing the other.” The design functions so that, when readers reach the middle of […]

Google logo is playable synthesizer today

Google logo is playable synthesizer today

In honor of Robert Moog’s 78th birthday, today’s Google logo is a playable MiniMoog synthesizer. Manufactured between 1970 and 1980, the iconic MiniMoog was one of the first widely distributed synthesizers and has been featured on a number of landmark recordings.  The reissued version, the MiniMoog Voyager, remains popular today. The Google Moog is based […]

Three Qualify for Regional Meet

Three Qualify for Regional Meet

Three Talawanda runners will be competing in the Regional track meet Friday, May 18.  Nathanael Robinson, Jessica Tegge, and Ben Whiteman all placed within the top 4 finishers in the district meet last friday, moving them on to regionals. Senior Nathanael Robinson qualified the 1600, placing fifth and running  a time of 4:33.03.  This will […]