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Veteran’s Day 2019

Veteran’s Day 2019

First Quarter Honor Roll: An Impressive Percentage

First Quarter Honor Roll: An Impressive Percentage

The quarterly Honor Roll Breakfast will be held on Thursday, Oct. 31 in the THS Performing Arts Center. Freshmen and sophomores report during 2nd period, and juniors and seniors during 3rd. A 3.5 GPA is needed for Honor Roll and every grade level has an impressive percentage of students who have qualified: 52% of the […]

Pride Day 2019

Pride Day 2019

Every year at Talawanda High School, sophomore students attend an event called PRIDE Day. However, up until they actually attend, many of them aren’t aware of what the event actually is.  According to Theresa Peter, a school counselor and one of the coordinators of the event, PRIDE Day is an anti-bullying program. “PRIDE Day stands […]

XC-ding Expectations

XC-ding Expectations

REGIONALS UPDATE:  On Oct. 26, 2019 the high school teams made their way to Troy to run in the regional meets. The girls team, running in the 3rd race of the day in the Div. 1 girls 5k, placed 6th with 196 points, sadly ending their season. The team was lead by Maddy Iden in […]

2019 Cross Country SWOC @ THS

2019 Cross Country SWOC @ THS

Cross Country SWOC @ THS Oct. 12, 2019 Talawanda is Girl’s and Boy’s 2019-20 Champs! Girl’s Season Stats http://www.swocsports.com/statsPage.aspx?satc=103 Boy’s Season Stats http://www.swocsports.com/statsPage.aspx?satc=87

A New Club Rolls Into the Scene

A New Club Rolls Into the Scene

If you’re a student or faculty at Talawanda, you’ve probably seen the many kids that bike to school. Maybe you’re even one of them. But there’s one such cyclist that enjoys it so much, he decided to make a club out of it. Jasper Ralinovsky, a senior at Talawanda High School and an avid cyclist, […]

Fifteen Seconds of Fame

Fifteen Seconds of Fame

Many have heard about the popular “fifteen minutes of fame” trope.  Inspired by the words of Andy Warhol, this phrase represents the concept of transient and shallow fame — hence the 15 minutes.  While Andy Warhol may have talked about this over 50 years ago, his vision has begun to fulfill itself — first with […]

Hope Squad Brings Suicide Awareness

Hope Squad Brings Suicide Awareness

What exactly is Hope Squad? According to Kyria Petro, one of the teacher advisors of the Hope Squad at THS, “Hope Squad is a school-based peer support team that works with local mental health agencies.THS students selected peers and staff members who they felt would best most comfortable and suited for helping students who are […]

Continuing the History

Continuing the History

Photo credit: Kei Brown The Social Studies wing has recently gained Mr. Johnson, a 2012 Talawanda grad himself, and Ms. Weaver, returning after student-teaching for Mrs. Aerni last year. We hope their answers to our questions help the high school get to know them well. Talawanda Tribune (TT): How is teaching at Talawanda so far? […]

That’s The Right Chemistry: Steve Pasquale’s Story

That’s The Right Chemistry: Steve Pasquale’s Story

Article originally appeared in Talawanda Tribune’s Print Magazine Changing Perspectives, May 2019 That’s The Right Chemistry: Steve Pasquale’s Story Early Mornings. Intense Nerves. Trial. Error. And the long journey that brought him to THS. By Patrick Geshan Steve Pasquale has found the chemistry needed for swim and dive success at Talawanda. The established head coach […]

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