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8th grade students in Ms. Sheridan's 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....

EMS Transfers Back Online

EMS Transfers Back Online

Abby Houghton, Editor in Chief April 6, 2021

EMS students are no strangers to online school. All TCAPS students experienced it at the end of the 2019-2020 school year, and again at the beginning of the 2020-2021 school year.  Students that aren’t...

A Successful Girls' Basketball Season

A Successful Girls’ Basketball Season

Lucy Bongiorno, Writer March 24, 2021

Sports for EMS students this year weren’t completely promised, especially basketball. With the boy’s season being cut short, many players on the girls’ team were concerned about how much time they...

Honors Issues In TCAPS

Honors Issues In TCAPS

March 17, 2021

Trojan TV reporters, Emma and Tayla, discuss an ongoing problem about Honors classes.

TCAPS Social Equity Task Force

TCAPS Social Equity Task Force

Bridget Belden, Writer March 12, 2021

This past fall, TCAPS formed the Social Equity Task Force after Ashley Ko, a graduate from Central High School, started a petition called “Incorporate BIPOC History and Anti-Racism Education into TCAPS...

Staff Editorial-- Why Homework Should Be Banned

Staff Editorial– Why Homework Should Be Banned

All Staff , Writers & Reporters March 10, 2021

In Michigan, students are required to attend school for 1,098 hours a year. Along with this, students are required to balance school with a social life, hobbies, and homework. For many teens, this is extremely...

Behind The Scenes Of Trojan TV

Behind The Scenes Of Trojan TV

Abby Houghton, Editor in Chief March 7, 2021

Once every week, Trojan TV releases another episode. The episodes are typically about seventeen minutes long, but the work that goes into making them takes much longer than that. There are two teams...

EMS Student Tours The Country In RV

EMS Student Tours The Country In RV

Abby Houghton, Editor in Chief February 2, 2021

On November 8th 2020, Elise Bozung, her 14 year old brother, her mom, her dad, and their German shepherd (Bearett) left their house, got in an RV, and began to drive around the US. Their plan was simple;...

Showing off her vaccination card is Mrs. Mackey. Everyone who was vaccinated got a card as proof or the first round of vaccinations.

COVID-19 Vaccine Day For Staff

Riley Scollard , Lucy Bongiorno, and Abby Houghton January 27, 2021

The fight against COVID-19 has been ongoing since the first case December, 2019 and it’s not over yet. This Friday (January 29th) and Friday February, 19th all TCAPS students and staff will have...

Raw Sewage & Its Effects On The Boardman River

Raw Sewage & Its Effects On The Boardman River

Bridget Belden, Writer January 26, 2021

As people may remember, over the summer the Boardman River closed off multiple times for the same reason: raw sewage overflowing into the Boardman River. This was upsetting because people wanted to swim...

Social Media & Its Effect on Teenagers

Social Media & Its Effect on Teenagers

Lucy Bongiorno, Writer January 20, 2021

Social media is arguably one of the biggest time consumers in teenagers’ daily lives. A 2018 Pew Research Center Study found about 750 thirteen to seventeen-year-olds showed that about 45% are continuously...

Photo taken by Saydi -Kiley

Fashion Trends Of 2020

Riley Scollard January 20, 2021

  This was a year of many ups and downs, quarantining, finding many new hobbies, and lots of time away from school, along with many mixed emotions. Aside from all of the negatives of 2020, lots...

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