TCHS Rampage

Temple City High School


April 17, 2017

News Briefs

Lockdown on campus
The school went under lockdown on April 22 after receiving information from the sheriff’s department.
Authorities notified the school after it was brought to their attention that two armed suspects were burglarizing neighboring homes, and the school went under lockdown for about 30 minutes after confirming with the sheriff’s department.
One suspect was immediately apprehended upon the scene of the crime, and the police are searching for the second suspect.

Spring Showcase shows off school spirit
The quad was filled with the hustle and bustle of students and staff on April 5 at the high school’s first Spring Showcase.
The event introduced incoming freshmen to extracurricular activities, such as clubs, sports and electives, as well as other courses. Food trucks such as MILK+T and the Paradise Cookie truck sold food and drinks to students.
School administration had been planning the event before Principal Dr. Jennifer Lashier’s arrival, and the event was finally made a reality when Dr. Lashier formed a committee to run this event.

Student groups win accolades
Honors Orchestra placed second in a competition in San Diego from March 24 to 26 where they competed with other artistic groups in the Los Angeles Region.
On April 8, the Science Olympiad team placed 15th in the State Division at the California Institute of Technology
Also on April 8, Choreo won first place in multiple categories.Claremont High School at the NRG SoCal Classic. The team also won Grand High Point Champion, meaning they scored the highest out of all high school performances.
“We placed first in Medium Jazz, Medium Lyrical and Small Lyrical, among other categories,” Senior Amy Nakamoto said. “I’m proud of all the hard work and effort everyone puts in.”

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Bobbins Moose
Bobbins Moose is the mascot of Rampage. He represents all alumni that have come and gone through Rampage program here at Temple City High School.



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