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Tribune Appreciates Talawanda Teachers

Tribune Appreciates Talawanda Teachers

Tribune Appreciates Talawanda Teachers By Staff Tuesday, May 4 is Teacher Appreciation Day, and the staff of The Talawanda Tribune has some amazing educators to thank for all of their hard work and dedication, especially during this difficult school year. I appreciate Mr. Caudill for being energetic and engaging.  –Muhammed Khan Ms. Claire: Thank you […]

Talawanda Talks Call for Submissions

Talawanda Talks Call for Submissions

Dear Students: The Talawanda Tribune (www.talawandatribune.org) is starting a new op-ed column called “Talawanda Talks.” We welcome any opinion pieces from 250-800 words that deal with the issues and concerns facing high school students. We ask that all submissions follow the Student Code of Conduct and maintain language that is appropriate for school, including being […]

2020:  Impish or Admirable?

2020:  Impish or Admirable?

2020:  Impish or Admirable? By Tribune Staff Fans of The Office might be gearing up to watch the holiday episode where a fur-clad and dingy Dwight dresses up as Belsnickel and decides if his coworkers have been impish or admirable.  We at the Tribune have taken it upon ourselves to pass such judgement on the […]

Op-Ed on the Democratic National Convention

Op-Ed on the Democratic National Convention

BY JEAN R PATEMAN Did you watch the DNC? Probably not, I mean who wants to watch this boring, slightly antiquated and redundant tv program- about politics? Well I did. I prepared like I do for a long night of studying or catching up on late assignments. Some food, for distraction, something to drink, for […]

An Open Letter to Talawanda High School Students

An Open Letter to Talawanda High School Students

Pride.  Integrity.  Excellence.  Three words that we would see every school day on the walls of Talawanda High if we were there.  Oh those walls; I miss them.  Not as much as I miss seeing all of you in person though.  Catching you making TikToks by the 400 wing window sill.  Watching you jam at […]

Opinion: There is no such thing as a ‘Good Cop’ By JEAN R. PATEMAN  This controversial opinion seems to be growing in popularity as the Black Lives Matters protests gain international momentum following the murder of George Floyd. Since the increase in police violence and murder of black lives, there has been a spike in […]

Special Feature

Special Feature

By THS STUDENTS THS English teacher Amanda Weatherwax posed the following question to her Honors English I students:  What is the single most important question that a high school student can ask?  Here are some of their responses. Single Most Important Question  By ANONYMOUS I go to school with roughly 1,000 other students.  I only […]

SPECIAL FEATURE

SPECIAL FEATURE

Pandemic Lessons:  THS Students Write About What Their Generation Should be Learning During the Covid-19 Pandemic By HONORS ENGLISH I STUDENTS Talawanda High School students in Honors English I were asked to write 500 words about what they think their generation should be learning from the current global health crisis.  Here are some of their […]

Tribune Wants to Know: When is it Okay to Play Christmas Music?

Tribune Wants to Know:  When is it Okay to Play Christmas Music?

Dear Editors: School Start Time

Dear Editors:  School Start Time

School start time has become the focus of national attention with pre and post research on Seattle high school students released from the University of Washington and the Salk Institute of Biological Studies showing a median increase of 34 minutes of sleep each night for Seattle students as well as a 4.5% increase in median grades […]

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