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No Cool in SchoolPosted 10/13/2022 by Ben Morlan

Thomas Jefferson High School is scheduled to have air conditioning installed in the summer of 2023 in a long-awaited renovation. As Spartans returned to their beloved Thomas Jefferson High School camp... More

New Year, New FairPosted 10/10/2022 by Akaash Raghunath

The Thomas Jefferson High School Club Fair successfully managed to socially revive hundreds of high school students. When the COVID-19 pandemic struck the globe early in 2020, just about every social ... More

Doom Brewing in AntarcticaPosted 10/10/2022 by Ravi Apte

Doomsday Glacier threatens worldwide communities now more than ever. Located in Western Antarctica, Thwaites Glacier is a key player in rising tides around the world, accounting for 4% of annual sea r... More

The “College Talk”Posted 10/07/2022 by Alexa Tsvetkov

TJ students start to prepare for the next step of their lives. As high schoolers, one of the most critical times in a student’s life is quickly approaching. Applying for college nowadays can fee... More

Pride Is PowerPosted 10/07/2022 by McKenzy Perkins

Students at Thomas Jefferson show immense pride during Homecoming week events. With TJ’s homecoming week in the rearview mirror, students revisit the memories that were made. Beginning with the scho... More

A Reign Well SpentPosted 10/06/2022 by Brady Vinlove

Queen Elizabeth II’s death at 96 was not wholly unexpected, but still had a significant impact on countless people. On the afternoon of September 8th, Queen Elizabeth II, the queen of the United Kin... More

 Handling the Heat Posted 10/03/2022 by Campbell Mahoney

Not only is the Earth feeling the effects of climate change, but Thomas Jefferson High School is as well.   For more than thirty years, the science has been clear. Study after study show that global... More

Back in SessionPosted 09/26/2022 by Kira Kennedy

The students of Thomas Jefferson high school are ready for what this school year has in store. The start of any school year is highly anticipated by students, staff, and administration. This year was ... More

Saskatchewan StabbingPosted 09/20/2022 by Mattie Brightwell

A mass stabbing in the James Smith Cree Nation leaves ten dead and 18 injured – Canada’s most deadly mass stabbing in the country’s history. On September 3, 2022, two brothers began what is ... More

Spirit Week is Here!Posted 09/12/2022 by EADAIR

This week is Spirit Week! We have a lot of fun activities going on this week, concluding with our Homecoming dance this Saturday, September 17th from 8-11pm. Please encourage your student to participa... More