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Tribune Publishes Virtual Magazine

Tribune Publishes Virtual Magazine

Take a look at Talawanda Tribune’s online magazine Changing Perspectives: Behind the Masks https://sites.google.com/talawanda.org/changing-perspectives/cover-table-of-contents

Best Buddies Walk

Best Buddies Walk

Best Buddies Walk By Muhammed Khan Recently you may have participated in the Best Buddies Walk. People from over 40 classes walked around the school. It included games, food, and a raffle. You may be wondering what the whole thing was all about, so here is some background information about it.  Best Buddies is an […]

Anti-Trans Legislation in Arkansas

Anti-Trans Legislation in Arkansas

Anti-Trans Legislation in Arkansas By Eliza Sullivan Content Warning: Mentions of transphobia and suicide 2021 has already been a record breaking year for anti-trans legislation, with more than 100 bills across 33 states attempting to limit transgender rights. One law in particular, the Arkansas Save Adolescents from Experimentation (SAFE) Act is one of the most […]

As Sports Move Back Outdoors, Talawanda’s Success Continues

As Sports Move Back Outdoors, Talawanda’s Success Continues

As Sports Move Back Outdoors, Talawnada’s Success Continues By Luke West Poley A pandemic could not slow down the start for any of Talawanda’s spring sports teams, with historic seasons for a number of groups. As it stands, all Talawanda’s teams currently competing have winning records. This is an unprecedented feat for the teams that […]

Covid-19 Vaccine Now Available to Teens

Covid-19 Vaccine Now Available to Teens

As you know, the coronavirus vaccine is being distributed around the United States. Recently, it has been decided that teenagers who are at least 16 years old are eligible to receive a vaccine. It was set to start in distribution Phase 2D, which began on March 29.  The Ohio Department of Health has given clear […]

Talawanda Staff to Proceed With Second Round of COVID-19 Vaccinations

Talawanda Staff to Proceed With Second Round of COVID-19 Vaccinations

Talawanda Staff Proceed with Second Round of COVID-19 Vaccinations By K.E. Fisher On Thursday, Feb. 4, Talawanda district staff were offered the first round of COVID-19 vaccinations. Voluntary vaccinations were administered to teachers and staff on behalf of Kroger at Lakota West high school. Holli Morrish, Talawanda High School Director of Communications, reported that an […]

Information About Course Scheduling for the 2021-2022 School Year

Information About Course Scheduling for the 2021-2022 School Year

Information About Course Scheduling for the 2021-2022 School Year By Muhammed Khan As the school year is slowly coming to the end, it is time to start planning for next year. Soon, students will have the opportunity to choose what courses they want to take next school year. Although the process is still in an […]

Talawanda Teachers Scheduled for COVID-19 Vaccine

Talawanda Teachers Scheduled for COVID-19 Vaccine

By: Rita Barclay-Hart As the country moves forward with vaccinations, Talawanda is following. Dr. Ed Theroux, Talawanda’s superintendent, announced that Talawanda teachers and full-time employees, including bus drivers, custodians, and coaches will be receiving vaccinations on Thursday, Feb. 4, 2021. This comes after Governor Mike DeWine recently announced Ohio will be moving on with vaccinating […]

Learning to Drive in a Pandemic

Learning to Drive in a Pandemic

By K.E. Fisher Several generations of people can testify to the significance and accomplishment of learning to drive. Whether in their teenage years or later, it has been seen as a right of passage, of sorts, promising freedom and independence once that driver’s license is earned. Even in the midst of a global pandemic, where […]

Changes in Isolation and Quarantine Policies: an Interview With Dr. Theroux

Changes in Isolation and Quarantine Policies: an Interview With Dr. Theroux

Changes in Isolation and Quarantine Policies: an Interview With Dr. Theroux By Muhammed Khan We have struggled to deal with the COVID-19 pandemic throughout all of 2020. Hopefully, the pandemic will soon come to an end. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) is planning to make changes to their guidelines. The 14-day quarantines […]

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