Back To Tam Day, Saturday, September 6th. Join the whole Tam Family in refreshing the Campus at the start of another school year. Co-sponsored and financed by the Tam Alumni Association, this is a fun event that offers community service hours to students, and answers questions such as, Did Tam swimmers really swim uphill? Where was the Rifle Range? Who was Mr. Mead and is he really buried under Mead Theater?
Want to challenge yourself? Want to achieve a goal you never thought you could? Want to make new friends and experience amazing trips? Running 4 Change is preparing for another half marathon, this time in England! Come out and join us for a "1 Mile Challenge" on September 6th at 1pm. Meet at the football field ready to walk, jog or run! We will be having a free BBQ after everyone finishes their mile and raffling off some awesome R4C gear! If you want to participate or learn more about this event please see Mr. Franco in room 341.
Students interested in forming or renewing a club should pick up a Club Charter Application form from the Leadership classroom or available online at tamhigh.org under Activities > Clubs
Love science? Have a free period? Be a Lab Tech for the science department. See your science teacher or email Ms. Wuerth email@example.com for more information. Hurry, because available spaces fill quickly.
If you need a TA position, please check the board outside of the Counseling Office in Room 133
Seniors: A 2014-2015 parking decal is required to park in the student back parking lot. Student Parking Permit Request Forms are available online at tamhigh.org or in the Administration Office in Wood Hall. Fill it out and bring your driver’s license to obtain your parking permit. Remember to park legally and only in designated parking spaces.
Want to buy a planner? Spirit Pack? Check out the Tam Webstore or purchase swag at the Budget Office in room 120
Take Your Rage to the Page: The Subversiveness of Zines and How to Make Your Own; Tuesday, September 2nd at 7 PM; Mill Valley Library, Creekside Room. What makes you angry? What do you want to say about it? At this workshop, the folks from Microcosm Publishing will teach you how to turn the issues you care about into a powerful tool for social change. Or, just how to use zines to tell a really good story. All participants who register will leave with a blank book and the Microcosm Zine of their choice. More info and registration at www.millvalleylibrary.org/youngadults
Creative Writing Workshops: Every Wednesday night from 7-8:30 PM at the Mill Valley Library. Forget essays and homework; discover what it means to let creativity run wild and write for pleasure at these weekly creative writing workshops. No registration required, drop-ins encouraged. More info at www.millvalleylibrary.org/youngadults.
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