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Secondary School Students To Stay Virtual Until Jan. 18

Secondary School Students To Stay Virtual Until Jan. 18

Bridget Belden, Writer January 11, 2022

On Monday, January 10, 2022 the TCAPS Board held a meeting to reevaluate the lifting of the mask mandate and to make a plan for how to work with such a prominent teacher shortage. The meeting itself was...

TCAPS Goes Online

TCAPS Goes Online

Bridget Belden, Writer January 7, 2022

On Thursday, January 6, 2022, at approximately 1:45 pm, teachers and students heard EMS Principal Mr. Perkins over the loudspeaker providing instructions to teachers, "Teachers, please check your emails...

TCAPS Mask Mandate Lifted

TCAPS Mask Mandate Lifted

Bridget Belden, Writer January 7, 2022

On January 3, 2022 the mask mandate in TCAPS schools was lifted as a result of the TCAPS board meeting that occurred on November 8, 2021 where board members voted and decided that the mask mandate would...

Breaking News: Threats at East and in TCAPS

Breaking News: Threats at East and in TCAPS

Ethan Rademacher December 20, 2021

Ethan Rademacher goes into further detail about the Oxford copycat threat that happened at EMS just a few weeks ago, interviewing authorities and administration.

MDHHS Begins Monitoring Wastewater To Track The SARS-CoV-2 Virus

MDHHS Begins Monitoring Wastewater To Track The SARS-CoV-2 Virus

Bridget Belden, Writer December 9, 2021

On December 8th, Michigan Department of Health and Human Services (MDHHS) announced that they were going to begin monitoring COVID-19 wastewater to find and keep track of the SARS-CoV-2 virus across Michigan....

Oxford Shooting Strikes Michigan

Oxford Shooting Strikes Michigan

Bridget Belden, Writer December 8, 2021

On Tuesday November 30, 2021 four students died and several students and teachers were injured in a school shooting at Oxford High School in Oakland County, Michigan.  Later that day; fifteen year...

Breaking News: Oxford Shooting Copycat Threat Hits EMS

Breaking News: Oxford Shooting Copycat Threat Hits EMS

Bridget Belden, Writer December 3, 2021

As of December 3, 2021. At 10:46 am this morning EMS students, teachers, and parents received an email from Mr. Perkins informing them that earlier in the morning students received a text message that...

Brightspace Becomes Required

Brightspace Becomes Required

Bridget Belden, Writer November 18, 2021

Last year the district implemented a new platform: Brightspace. Teachers were supposed to start using it instead of Google Classroom late last fall, but few teachers did. This year, Brightspace is required...

Staff Member Dies in Tragic Accident

Staff Member Dies in Tragic Accident

Bridget Bridget, Writer November 18, 2021

On Saturday the thirteenth of November; colleague, teacher, coach, friend, father, and husband Mr. Julian passed away in a tragic accident while piloting a plane to Beaver Island. There were 5 people on...

Two Accidents In Two Weeks

Two Accidents In Two Weeks

Bridget Belden, Writer September 16, 2021

Earlier this morning (9/16/21) parents and teachers received an email about an accident that occurred earlier in the day. A TCAPS student was hit by a vehicle. The students riding that bus this morning...

Weekly Covid Testing for Athletes

Weekly Covid Testing for Athletes

Lucy Bongiorno, Writer May 24, 2021

Sports for East students this year have been unreliable because of the recent Covid spikes in Michigan. Up until recently, athletes weren’t required to get the antigen Covid test to play their sport....

8th grade students in Ms. Sheridans math class practice for the PSAT.

Eighth Grade PSAT Testing

Lucy Bongiorno, Writer April 26, 2021

The Preliminary Scholastic Aptitude Test (also known as the PSAT) is a test that is required for students in grades 8th-10th. This test prepares students for the SAT, a test generally taken in 11th grade....

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