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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 […]

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 […]

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 […]

Katy Students Advocates for Black Lives Matter

September 12, 2020 10:02pm | Vanessa Caceres

As the day begins to end, the sun starts to set along the horizon. The sound of feet hit the ground, as the streets of old Katy are engulfed by a sea of unique posters. Chants and speeches were made to advocate and spread the […]

It’s a Great Day to be a Falcon: Senior Top 10 Journey the Top

May 11, 2020 6:45pm | Caroline Hoffmann

The date is August of 2016, and students new to the high school scene scatter around the hallways of Tompkins’ Freshman Center, their bubbling excitement bursting with all the various possibilities of what the next four years of school could bring. Yet, just like binge-watching a […]

Flying Away to Disney

April 2, 2020 4:48pm | Ella Hummeldorf

Recently the Tompkins Orchestra took a trip to Disney World. First, the Orchestra class took a connecting flight to New Orleans then took another plane to get to Disney World down in Florida. The class had two groups that split into smaller groups around the […]

Online Teaching: A Teacher’s Perspective

March 31, 2020 4:09pm | Diego Martin

Schools and districts all around the world are being shut down due to the recent outbreak of the COVID-19 pandemic. Students, parents and teachers are left with questions as to how the districts will continue with their education. Due to the sudden shutdown, districts have […]

Ways to Stay in Touch During Quarantine

March 26, 2020 9:25pm | Jack Simpson

During this quarantine you may feel lonely not seeing the familiar faces you used to see so it’s important to stay in touch and stay sane during this time. Here are some helpful ways of interacting with those you miss.  FaceTime- though you can’t see […]

Stay Healthy in the Comfort of Home

March 26, 2020 9:15pm | Brianna Plake

  Due to the closure of school for the time being, it is easy to lose healthy habits when stuck inside one’s home. Here are some simple ways that can help solve that issue. Exercise:  Although most gyms are closed, people can still workout in the […]

Isom’s Important Job

March 25, 2020 8:31pm | Anna Berry

Empty shelves and long lines have become the new reality faced at grocery stores across the nation. COVID-19 was declared a pandemic by the World Health Organization on March 12, 2020, which subsequently sent panic buyers into a frenzy. On Friday the 13th, an already […]