TWHS NEWS

A4 Waist Challenge

A4 Waist Challenge

May 13, 2016

Graduation Guidelines

Grace Smith, Writer

May 8, 2016

Graduation is one of the most important days of the year for a senior. After years of work, students finally get to close the books and celebrate their accomplishments. While the excitement of graduation increases as the year ends, unc...

A Yearly Tradition

Tommy Parish, Writer

April 28, 2016

As spring break ended, seniors attempting to alleviate severe cases of senioritis began the yearly tradition: Senior Tag. The week-to-week matchups between two teams of five players requires teams to shoot opponents with squirt ...

The Value in Poli-Rad

Jonathan Conrad, Writer

April 26, 2016

American Thought and Political Radicalism is a class that many students yearn to take every year.  The class originated in the 1970s when a first year teacher Tom Molnar was given the class.  The new teacher was merely left on ...

Five Ways to Be Happy with Who You Are

Claire Densmore, Writer

April 20, 2016

Many things change in high school years; friends grow apart, bodies change, tests get harder. It is easy to get lost in the thick of it. Most teenagers struggle with personal identity because they are still figuring out who to...

A Runner’s Story

Gia Napoleon, Writer

April 18, 2016

The runner's heart races faster than the speed of light as the official yells to step up to the start line. As the runner crouches into a starting position, the official raises his gun firing the shot that starts the race. The ...

Save Lives, Earn Respect

Save Lives, Earn Respect

Julia Molnar, Writer

April 12, 2016

No More Sitting Ducks

Grace Smith, Writer

March 11, 2016

Remember when we all had to lock the doors, turn off the lights, and huddle in a corner to have a lock-down drill?  In response to the heightened awareness against school shootings in America, the district has decided to change...

Changing School Start Times: Is it Worth it?

Jonathan Conrad, Writer

March 2, 2016

Every year students across the country complain that early starting times diminish their academic potential.  Some teachers complain that they have to drag their students through lessons in the morning while others believe th...

Snickers are out but Diet Coke is in?

Julia Molnar, Writer

March 2, 2016

Has The Aviary been disappointing you with limited food choices? In the beginning of the 2015 school year, they switched out well-known snacks and candy bars for less popular options. They did this to comply with the Healthy Hung...