The Drug and Alcohol Support Group starts up again on Friday October 3rd. Come to this confidential drop-in group if your drinking or drug use has become too much or you’re looking for support to cut down. The group meets on Fridays during tutorial in the Counseling Dept Conference Room 128 in Wood Hall. No pass or sign up needed.
The Fall Blood Drive is October 6th from 9am-2pm in the student center in memory of Steven Rodriguez. You have to be at least 16, so if you are 16 and would like to donate you can sign up by 2020 starting on Friday.
The 64 ½ Mustang Convertible restored by Tam High Auto Shop students is entered in the Sausalito Classic Car Show. Come show your school pride and check it out along with all the other beautiful cars down at the waterfront in Sausalito this Sunday between 11:00 and 4:00.
Student Drivers: Please note that the Safeway shopping area is private property, and the parking lot is for the use of Safeway customers only. Cars parked illegally may be ticketed or towed, at the owner’s expense. Please be a good neighbor, and respect the businesses in our community. Do not loiter or litter in the shopping areas. Peace out.
Tam Yearbook are asking all grades to submit a drawing or artistic interpretation that captures the uniqueness of your grade. You must submit your drawing by October 30th by email at email@example.com OR drop off in room 348 in Upper Keyser (top floor). The winner will have their art used in the yearbook as a grade divider.
Next Thursday, October 2nd, 7 PM - Taking a Gap Year on a Budget at the Mill Valley Library Creekside Room
There are many great reasons to take a gap year between high school and college…and one big, expensive reason not to: money. Is it possible to have an exciting, fulfilling gap year without needing an endless flow of dollars? YES! But don’t take our word for it, come to this workshop and found out for yourself. Registration for this event is HIGHLY RECOMMENDED. This event is open to high school students and recent graduates only.
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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