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TTSD families consider new ways to trick-or-treat

Stella Fetherston, Art Editor

October 16, 2020

As Halloween creeps around the corner, some Tigard and Tualatin families plan to celebrate Halloween while adhering to COVID-19 guidelines. These precautions will include frequent hand sanitizer stops, a mask and a socially-di...

WeLearn brings hope to students in need of tutoring

Naiya Gates, Staff Writer

October 15, 2020

While virtual learning has its positives and negatives, one concern has been keeping up with the demanding pace of school from a distance. Many students have understandably struggled with this, which sparked an idea in Tualat...

Trick-or-treaters risking health for sweets

Cyrah Carlson, Staff Writer

October 9, 2020

COVID-19 rules still apply this Halloween. Will trick-or-treaters be at risk of getting sick not just from eating too much candy? Approaching the holiday season, coronavirus cases nationwide are lower than the peak in July, ...

District questions use of Student Resource Officers in schools

Kayla Wolf, Staff Writer

October 9, 2020

Should Student Resource Officers continue their work in schools? This fall, the Tigard-Tualatin School District is answering the national call for change by making a difficult decision. Student Resource Officers, or SROs, are poli...

Staying focused in online classes requires strategies, tips

Lily Bennett, Staff Writer

October 2, 2020

Doing school from home has created new dilemmas for us all: trying to replicate a school atmosphere, staying motivated and keeping our focus off our phones and out of the kitchen. Your fellow Wolves might have some pro study tips ...

Meet The Wolf: Co-Editors Elle and Kaitlyn say goodbye

Stella Fetherston, Staff Writer

July 8, 2020

This edition’s “Meet The Wolf” focuses on Elle Sherman and Kaitlyn Gearin, our current editors-in-chief. Even though it’s hard to say good-bye to our seniors, read on as these two share their experiences, laughs and good...

Exchange students depart early due to Covid-19

Cassia Tippett, Staff Writer

July 8, 2020

2020 has been such a mess: the coronavirus, killer bees, UFOs, a parallel universe and that’s not even the start. Due to the coronavirus, everything was cut short—even the exchange students’ year abroad; for the remainder...

Valedictorians on highs, lows of TuHS careers

Lupita Ruiz, Feature Editor

July 8, 2020

The Wolf caught up with this year’s valedictorians for a Q & A! Q: What are your plans after graduation? Sarah Jones: I plan to attend Indiana University - Bloomington in the fall to study Marketing! Lachlan Paige: ...

Miller retires after 19 years of teaching art at TuHS

Kaitlyn Gearin, Editor-in-Chief

June 19, 2020

Jeannine Miller, one of Tualatin’s art teachers for the past 19 years, is retiring.  Miller started teaching at TuHS in 2001. She spent the 2012-13 school year teaching at Twality Middle School, and after that year she...

Valued TuHS staff retires

Emily phuong Tran

May 26, 2020

Social distancing has brought a strange and somber end to a chapter in the lives of many graduates, as well as those of the school staff retiring.  After 12 years, Donna DeLuca is saying goodbye to the Timberwolves. As a boo...

How to support local business admist pandemic

Stella Fetherston

April 24, 2020

Local businesses are struggling through stay-at-home orders, but if you have the means, still using their services could help small businesses regain their footing. Coronavirus is putting local shops and restaurants at risk f...

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