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Newspaper Hits Up the NewsroomPosted 12/17/2019 by Erin Maloof

The TJ Journal newspaper staff visited The Denver Post printing press and newsroom to get a first hand look at what it’s like to run a professional paper. On November 1st, the Newspaper Staff hopped... More

A Decision to Save LivesPosted 12/13/2019 by Atlas Zaina

Thomas Jefferson graduate Jurnee Farrell missed out on a final volleyball tournament to make a life-saving donation. Be The Match is an organization that aims to find bone marrow matches for patients ... More

Interaction with the CommunityPosted 12/12/2019 by Ryan Moe

The TJ Interact Club received a national award for their charitable efforts this past year.  Interact Club entails a great deal of responsibility and community involvement such as volunteering at var... More

The Final Push of 2019Posted 12/12/2019 by Ben Abram

As the first semester of the 2019-2020 school year comes to a close, students are in the midst of a whirlwind of pressures, and can lose sight of the importance of finals. Although the past 18 weeks h... More

Senior Army Instructor Award of the YearPosted 12/12/2019 by Nakya Castille

On November 8th, one of TJ’s very own Spartans received a prestigious award. Thomas Jefferson’s own Major Dennis Campbell received the Senior Army Instructor (SAI) Award of the year, a worldwide h... More

TJ Takes on the Denver Rescue MissionPosted 12/11/2019 by Avery LoJacono

Thomas Jefferson’s Leadership class spent the day helping with the Denver Rescue Mission’s Thanksgiving tradition. This past month, the Leadership class at Thomas Jefferson High School was able to... More

Attain and SustainPosted 12/11/2019 by Georgia Hartley

Students from the Sustainability Club are working towards creating a more environmentally-friendly community at TJ.  Thomas Jefferson’s Sustainability Club is kicking things into high gear.  The c... More

Glorious DeloresPosted 12/09/2019 by Jael Iyema

Delores Leslie talks about her educational journey from being a paraprofessional to getting her degree in special education. On the hunt for a job, Delores Leslie was looking for a school to start her... More

Me Llamo Señora TrimarchiPosted 12/09/2019 by Tess Ware

A great new Spanish teacher, Mrs. Trimarchi,  was welcomed into the TJ Community this year.  Teaching at a new school is never easy, but for Jamie Trimarchi, becoming a TJ Spartan is just another ad... More

SpARTan MuralPosted 12/09/2019 by Chase Bellomo

Recently the North side of the building got a makeover with a new mural. Thomas Jefferson welcomed a new piece of art to the numerous other works all over the school; a mural was painted on the side o... More