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August Wilson

August Wilson

Palmieri blazes new trails with his drama students. photo by Anja Oss A full scale performance in the Black Box Theatre encourages conversations about race relations in the United States. Since retiring from his former position as theatre director last year, drama teacher Michael... [Read more...]

News

City of Denver Honors Mile High Scholars

City of Denver Honors Mile High Scholars

artwork by Anja Oss Four TJ students along with hundreds of other DPS students are recognized as Mile High Scholars. Each year, the Mayor of Denver honors DPS students as Mile High Scholars. This is a large citywide event including every school in the Denver Public School system.... [Read more...]

Community

Unified for One, Unified for All

Unified for One, Unified for All

Team members from left to right: Coach Pitrone, Jack Willson, Jonny Sundeen, Shi Vargas, Coach Enzminger, Dane Washington, Conner Sutton, Jazz Moore, Coach Novak (not pictured: David Johnson, Madisyn Higgins, Jaylin Johnson) TJ’s Unified Basketball team headed back to the State... [Read more...]

People

Signing into a Prosperous Future

Signing into a Prosperous Future

Josh McNair, Carmen Hernandez, and Essence Reece celebrate taking their talents to the next level. photo by Jay Wilson Three TJ seniors have signed letters of intent to participate in college level athletics. [Read more…]  Read More →

Sports

Signing into a Prosperous Future

Signing into a Prosperous Future

Josh McNair, Carmen Hernandez, and Essence Reece celebrate taking their talents to the next level. photo by Jay Wilson Three TJ seniors have signed letters of intent to participate in college level athletics. [Read more…]  Read More →

Living/Arts

Fresh Out of the Oven: Baking Tips

Fresh Out of the Oven: Baking Tips

photo by Nick Herlihy Following these tips can help Spartans create tasty treats. [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 →

May 2015

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Happy May!

There’s some new important legislation around the reduction of standardized testing that will impact our students moving forward in the next several years. Please click here to read more details from the Denver Post, and click here to read a message from Superintendent Tom Boasberg.

 Please continue to support us in our high attendance expectations in these final weeks. Our student attendance numbers are directly related to our SPF score, and we want to continue on our path from Good to Great.

This Friday, May 15th, there will be a shortened schedule due to the all school Talent Show and BBQ Bash to celebrate the end of the year. If you’d like to volunteer for the BBQ, please click here.

Graduation is just around the corner, on May 30th at 3:00 p.m. at DU.
We’re almost there! Thanks for your continued support.

Mrs. Suzanne Morris-Sherer

Principal

Spartan Spotlight: Evan Gould

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Evan Gould

What’s your favorite…
Food? Mozzarella Sticks, because I really like the cheese.
TV Show? That 70s Show, because I really like the relationships that form between the characters.
Band? One Direction because all their voices sound like angels.
Memory at TJ? Winning the Denver Public League last year on the basketball team. Our chemistry was really strong.
Subject? Math because I think that the world of numbers and how things work out is brilliant.
What activities are you in? Basketball and Journalism.
If you could live in any time period, what would it be? There’s no time like the present.
What are two random facts about you?
1. I’m Jewish.
2. I reached level 143 on Candy Crush.
Where do you want to go to college? Villanova University because it’s in Philadelphia and I love Philadelphia.
What’s your life philosophy? Why watch the game, when you can play the game?

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News Archives

A Night to Remember

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Spartans enjoy some friendly competition and a fun new tradition. photo by Brittany Penn

TJ’s Night Out was a great way for students to escape and rekindle some lost school spirit.

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TJ’s Got Spirit, TJ’s Got Talent

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artwork by Alex Villescas

With Spirit Week leading up to it, this year’s talent show is sure to be a blast. 

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Community Archives

Creating History

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Sean Roberts inspires Spartans every day. photo by Sasha Mesropov

Social studies teacher gives hope for a better future for students.

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People Archives

Rule Enforcer

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Outside of TJ, Chris Greer enjoys his job as a professional soccer referee. photos courtesy of Chris Greer

Chris Greer is a person of authority on the field and in the hallways.

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Creating History

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Sean Roberts inspires Spartans every day. photo by Sasha Mesropov

Social studies teacher gives hope for a better future for students.

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Sports Archives

Changing Lanes

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Senior Conner Langeberg gets ready for his next competition. photo by Sasha Mesropov

Boys swimming achieved numerous goals during their past season.

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Living & Arts Archives

Vengeance Hits Home

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photo courtesy of comicbook.com

Furious 7 came out in theaters and the long awaited film was dedicated to Paul Walker.

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