TCHS Rampage

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Opinion

Grad attire puts a cap on individuality

Posted November 6, 2017 by Sarah Chavez

Hear ye, hear ye fellow Rams; imagine hearing the classic pomp-and-circumstance as we walk down the center of the football field in our green and gold gowns, decorated with sashes representing our achievements and the commitments we made to Temple City High School, topped off with personalized caps of our own. When our time at […]

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Opinion

New classroom features get A for effort

Posted September 25, 2017 by Alison Chen

Once TCHS announced that we would be able to have classes in the new buildings this year, my expectations soared but were not fully met. TV Monitors One of the biggest changes to the normal classroom setting are the five monitors. Good things I noticed are that students don’t have to be in front to […]

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Opinion

Locking down a procedure

Posted April 17, 2017 by Charlie Dodge

In light of the recent shooting at North Park Elementary School in San Bernardino—which claimed the lives of a student and a teacher—and our own recent lockdown,  it is more important than ever for Temple City students and teachers alike to fully understand what to do in the event of a schoolwide lockdown. On Wednesday […]

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