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Nooses Off: The Autumn PlayPosted 11/11/2019 by Kaylee Held

Thomas Jefferson High School’s Theater Club is busy preparing themselves for their first big play of the 2019-2020 school year, with a murder-mystery/comedy taking the stage. Tambyr Reed, Thomas Jef... More

Rotary To The RescuePosted 11/07/2019 by Erin Maloof

The Denver Tech Center Rotary stepped up this year and donated $1,000 to the new teachers here at Thomas Jefferson High School. The Denver Tech Center (DTC) Rotary is a branch of the global organizati... More

2019 School Board ElectionsPosted 11/03/2019 by Kaylee Held

With the bitter cold months descending upon Denver, the autumn school board elections are underway as three open seats hover between nine candidates. Every year, the Denver Public Schools District hol... More

Dissolving Mental Health StigmasPosted 10/31/2019 by Avery LoJacono

As the semester progresses, the routine of tests, classwork, homework, and athletics tumbles in alongside it. With all of these tasks in mind, growing teens tend to struggle immensely with completing ... More

Caffeine CravingsPosted 10/31/2019 by Ella Stephens

Thanks to the help of the Special Education program, teachers have the opportunity to buy coffee from the new coffee cart at TJ. The Special Education program has recently set up a refreshing coffee c... More

Growing a GrantPosted 10/25/2019 by Georgia Hartley

Thomas Jefferson takes strides towards a new and improved garden. Thomas Jefferson High School operates the largest garden in the Denver Public School District. Students attending TJ run the garden th... More

Construction ObstructionPosted 10/23/2019 by Amelia Carpenter

Due to some setbacks, the construction to renovate Thomas Jefferson High School will resume at a later date.  As Spartans began the new school year, they might have noticed that the hallways looked v... More

Applying YourselfPosted 10/21/2019 by Savignon Swimmer

College stress is an everlasting problem for teens, but there are ways to combat it. On September 18th, a group of Thomas Jefferson students accompanied students from other high schools to Colorado St... More

A New AdditionPosted 10/16/2019 by Atlas Zaina

Emily Lupo joins the TJ family as the new Restorative Justice Counselor. This school year began with staff both old and new welcoming incoming and returning TJ students for the 2019-2020 school year. ... More

Striking a ChangePosted 10/15/2019 by Ben Abram

Millions of advocates left work, school, and their homes and flooded the streets in order to raise awareness to combat the current climate crisis. From September 20-27th, a record-breaking 7.6 million... More