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The Leetcoders Club

November 18, 2020 4:05pm | Tristan Beach

Clubs are a great way for students to meet new people and build new skills they would like or never knew they could hold. If adventuring in the field of computer science sounds interesting, the Leetcoders Club is the right club. The club is open […]

The Holidays during COVID 19 : How it will look Different this year

November 18, 2020 3:16pm | Vanessa Caceres

As the holidays draw near, stores are now starting to put up holiday decorations. Christmas trees, ornaments and stockings are just of the many being put out for customers to buy. The true spirit of the holidays has awakened. However, this holiday season will look […]

Tompkins FFA Northwest District LDE Results

November 9, 2020 3:53pm | Contributed

For the first time in FFA history the event was held virtually, which is very difficult especially when you are trying to speak clearly through face masks, Zoom, and still carry out a strong presentation.  FFA members continue to amaze the Ag teachers and are […]

Scholarship at Beacon College

November 2, 2020 3:18pm | Matias Simionato

   Beacon College is a college in Leesburg, Florida. It has many majors including, but not limited to, Anthrozoology, Computer Information Systems, Business Management, and Studio Arts. One of the main reasons many are attracted to it is the fact that they have students who […]

Serial Killer Fridays Kills It at Tompkins

November 2, 2020 3:14pm | Rachel Bregnard

With a flashlight in hand, senior Kevin Gaudet gingerly curls his fingers around the entrance’s silver handle and twists the knob. The door opens with a soft creak, revealing a room submerged in darkness. From his position in the doorway, Gaudet could see the faint […]

How to find good scholarships

October 29, 2020 3:58pm | Vanessa Caceres

 As the class of 2021 embarks on their journey for college, applications are being written, financial aid is being applied for and college tours are being held. But the most important of them all is trying to figure out how to pay for college tuition […]

Falcon Ambassadors Begin a New Club Year

October 15, 2020 2:19pm | Rachel Bregnard

the center of Tompkins High school, trapped within a labyrinth of corridors and classrooms, the Falcon Ambassadors’ clubroom stirs to life. Students, both new and old, greet each other with a swift nod. A cluster of girls gather around a circular table, each with a […]

Tompkins Theatre Drive-In Movie

October 15, 2020 2:12pm | Madison Isom

Starting off the new school year with a play from the Theatre Company has always been a tradition, unfortunately Covid-19 has made some changes to this tradition as well as regular activities. Kelsie Morris, one of the directors, has spent weeks preparing for this big […]

Governance Club Welcomes New Students

October 1, 2020 3:27pm | Raegan Ervin

 The Governance Club at Tompkins High School provides students with opportunities to learn more about different types of government and how they work. They host different activities like simulations, where students play the part of a politician and have ‘fight to the death’ debates, and […]

Katy Teen Experiences Covid-19

September 14, 2020 6:04pm | Alkhatab Mizyed

 Everyone can agree that Covid-19 impacted everyone, literally. Whether they got the virus, or someone they know has gotten it. Some high schoolers did not get to finish out their senior year.       There have been 25.3 million Covid-19 cases, and 848k total deaths worldwide, and […]