photo courtesy of TJ Football TJ football battles North Friday night for the first spirit theme game of the season. [Read more…] Read More →
photo courtesy of Denver Public Schools Boasberg addresses school leaders and outlines upcoming parent forums for the 2015-16 school year. [Read more…] Read More →
photo courtesy of JROTC TJ JROTC excels at Rocky Mountain Regional Meet. [Read more…] Read More →
Suzanne Morris-Sherer and her husband pose while vacationing in Costa Rica. photo courtesy of Suzanne Morris-Sherer TJ’s beloved new principal is already leaving a legacy, with a bright future ahead. [Read more…] Read More →
Adrovic and her family pose with Nurkic. photo courtesy of Adna Adrovic Adna Adrovic recently received the Comeback Player of the Year Award from the Denver Nuggets. [Read more…] Read More →
TJ’s Monticello choir at the final concert with photobombs by Olivia Palizzi, Jack Durnil, and Malik Neal. photo by Anja Oss TJ’s exclusive Monticello choir is working hard and performing frequently to end the 2014-2105 school year. This year, choir teacher Tambyr Reed... [Read more...]
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...]
TJ had a great year with so many accomplishments! We again set the bar very high for our students and they continue to rise to the challenges! We increased our overall attendance by 2.2%. We ended the year with a 91.6% daily attendance rate with the SPF expectation of 90% or higher, as meeting the standard. Tardies held steady at 1.1%. We improved in 14 out of 19 areas we tested for AP and we are holding steady with our ACT scores. We saw great growth in our spring finals overall.
Please click here to read more about successes and expectations for the upcoming school year.
It promises to be another successful year!
Mrs. Suzanne Morris-Sherer
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?
Thomas Jefferson High School is holding a Community Clean Up Day this Saturday to spruce things up on the TJ Campus.
DPS Recruits Female Students for Website Design and Application Development.
TJ’s beloved new principal is already leaving a legacy, with a bright future ahead.
TJ JROTC excels at Rocky Mountain Regional Meet.
Spartan sophomore brings software talents to major tech company.
On the night of May 5th, many seniors were honored for their achievements during their time at TJ.
TJ’s Unified Basketball team headed back to the State championship on March 20th hoping to be victorious again.
Adna Adrovic recently received the Comeback Player of the Year Award from the Denver Nuggets.
This summer the 2015 Women’s World Cup will take place in Canada.
After a successful season with Arsenic and Old Lace, TJ Theatre gears up for next year’s musical, Hello Dolly.