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Webcam use replaces classroom management as teacher’s biggest headache

Claire Roach, Staff Writer

October 15, 2020

Since everyone has been stuck at home, school districts all over the U.S. have implemented online curriculum and are hosting live classroom calls over platforms like Google Meet and Zoom. In some Oregon schools, students are be...

Mixed emotions about Canvas lead TTSD staff and students to believe they aren’t struggling alone

Lily Bennett, Staff Writer

October 15, 2020

Teachers and students have been welcomed with learning curves this school year as they not only face working from home, but also navigating a whole new learning management system (LMS), Canvas.  TTSD decided Canvas was the best learning pl...

Positive changes stemming from pandemic

Maya Brisan, Staff Writer

October 15, 2020

Even in the midst of a pandemic, people are still searching for ways to help others and find the good in all that is happening. Though it is hard, many good things have happened during these tough times. Packed with Pride was...

Timberwolves back and better than ever after taking opportunity to improve mental, physical health

Amanda Fronczak, Staff Writer

October 7, 2020

Think back to where you were last fall—maybe at a football game or Homecoming or even just going places without a mask. A year ago today, you may have never even worn a mask! It’s crazy to think how much has changed in such a ...

Rethinking what we take for granted

Sean Khanna

April 24, 2020

Throughout history, humans have thrived on socialization and companionship. Now, this global pandemic is forcing us to isolate ourselves and avoid social interaction with one another. As social distancing plays a significant ...

The class of 2020 speaks up on abrupt end to senior year

Kavya Balasubramanian

April 24, 2020

On Mar. 13, the Class of 2020 spent their last school day at TuHS without even knowing it. Ever since that day, many of them have gone through a flood of emotions about spending the last few months of their senior year stuck in q...

How COVID-19 is bringing communities together

Naiya Gates

April 20, 2020

The complete transformation of society, as a result of COVID-19, has come as a shock to many. The new and different lifestyle that people all over the world are learning to grow accustomed to has many positives and negatives. W...

Influential women in Tualatin student’s lives

Annie Pegis

April 6, 2020

Influential women are everywhere. They are on T.V., in office buildings, in schools, at home and the list goes on. Every woman has the power and capability to impact and influence those around them. Oftentimes, these women don’t...

Appreciating women’s history month

Jasmine Masalmeh

April 6, 2020

This is the month to appreciate the pioneers of the women’s suffrage movement, the people who gave and dedicated their lives to earning equal rights for women of all backgrounds. This doesn’t exclude the women in our own li...

Tualatin students advocate for kindness

Olivia Seits

February 10, 2020

We interviewed four students here at TuHS to learn about how they promote kindness and how all students alike can show small acts of kindness to brighten someone’s day. Aaron Lakeman, freshman: How do you stay positive?...

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