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Weaver Does It Again

Weaver Does It Again

Bertie Kingore, renowned authority on Differentiation and Rigor, speaks to the crowd. photo courtesy of the University of Denver Weaver and others host conference about teaching strategies. [Read more…]  Read More →

News

Don’t Judge a Book by Its Cover

Don’t Judge a Book by Its Cover

Michelle Jensen has worked hard to create a friendly atmosphere in the school library. photo by Sasha Mesropov After four years at TJ, Michelle Jensen continues to make a difference in the school library [Read more…]  Read More →

Community

Creating History

Creating History

Sean Roberts inspires Spartans every day. photo by Sasha Mesropov Social studies teacher gives hope for a better future for students. Students who have been around the social studies department this year have likely talked to or seen the new teacher Shawn Roberts. Although this... [Read more...]

People

Creating History

Creating History

Sean Roberts inspires Spartans every day. photo by Sasha Mesropov Social studies teacher gives hope for a better future for students. Students who have been around the social studies department this year have likely talked to or seen the new teacher Shawn Roberts. Although this... [Read more...]

Sports

A Golden Opportunity

A Golden Opportunity

De’Jour Elliott on signing day. photo by Jay Wilson Senior De’Jour Elliott committed to play football for the Colorado School of Mines. [Read more…]  Read More →

Living/Arts

Arsenic Arrives

Arsenic Arrives

Senior Marcos Descalzi during a rehearsal. photo by Thomas Silverstein As opening night approaches, TJ Theatre members gear up for this year’s play, Arsenic and Old Lace. [Read more…]  Read More →

Robotics

TJ Robotics Excels at State

TJ Robotics Excels at State

The Spartan Six (L to R): sophomores Evan Wenger, Erik Stolz, Colton Hook, Natan Getschel, Kendall Richter (not pictured, #6: The Robot). TJ Robotics team “The Spartan Six” made it to the final round of the State Competition. On February 28th at the FIRST Tech Challenge... [Read more...]

Editorial

Bracket Busters

Bracket Busters

The unpredictable Madness of March NCAA March Madness. Photo courtesy of NCAA.com [Read more…]  Read More →

March 2015

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Parents, we need your help!

Please remember that if your student is 10 minutes late, that counts as an absence. We are all working hard to make sure that students are in class, not only to help our attendance rates and scores, but to help your students walk at graduation! This is a team effort. We will continue to have Saturday School (next session is Saturday, April 11, 8 a.m.-noon) as a consequence for those who cannot fulfill their attendance requirements.

Additionally, spring has sprung! We want to make sure that just because it’s warmer out, students continue to adhere to the dress code.

We hope that all students have a relaxing Spring Break and come back rested and ready for a strong finish. Thanks for your support with helping our school move from Good to Great!

Mrs. Suzanne Morris-Sherer

Principal

Spartan Spotlight: Laine Stewart

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Food? My favorite food would have to be Taco Bell. I have it for every meal of the day.
TV Show? My favorite show is King of the Hill.
Color? Purple is by far the best color.
Band? Definitely the Red Hot Chili Peppers
Memory at TJ? So far my favorite memory is painting the parking spots.
Subject? I really enjoy physics.
If you could live in any time period, what would it be? I would want to live in the 80s.
What are two random facts about you?
I play the ukelele and I love Costco

What’s your life philosophy? Taco Bell

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News Archives

TJ Shines Bright in the Lone Star State

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Members of the Honor Platoon and Color Guard travel to Texas for Regionals.

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A Golden Opportunity

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De’Jour Elliott on signing day. photo by Jay Wilson

Senior De’Jour Elliott committed to play football for the Colorado School of Mines.

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Community Archives

#TJBucketChallenge

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Mike Laurita gets a 5 gallon bucket of glitter poured on him to support the TJ Bucket Challenge. photo by Savannah Orth

Accept the Challenge. Make a Donation. Spread the Word.

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People Archives

Taking the Spartan Pride to India

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Kellsie Forfar-Jones and Allise Fullerton took the trip of a lifetime, complete with the chance to hold cute baby goats. photo courtesy of Kellsie Forfar-Jones

Two super Spartans travel to India on a mission to help raise awareness about gendercide.

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Big Wish, Tiny House

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Volunteer helps in building Avery Becker’s wish.

Make A Wish Foundation helps a Spartan’s dream come true. [Read more…]


Sports Archives

Kicking Into Gear With Coach Mac

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McCallum prepares the lady Spartans for a new season. photo by Sasha Mesropov

Head Coach Chris McCallum helps the girls’ soccer team reach new goals. 

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Living & Arts Archives

Firehouse Fundraiser

Senior Marcos Descalzi, a frequent firehouse customer, wears a fire hat.

Senior Marcos Descalzi, a frequent Firehouse customer, wears a fire hat.

Plan to go to Firehouse subs on Tuesday, January 27th between 11 A.M. and 8 P.M. to contribute to the Theatre Department.

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