Mrs. Price learns about the progress of the Chinook Salmon, who are now in the Parr phase of life, from a third grade student.
1 day ago, Mrs. McFadden's Class
A third grade female student is showing Mrs. Price the Salmon tank.
High School: Applications are being accepted for a Student Custodial position. The position involves working 2-4 hours after school and full-time in the summer. Applications may be picked up in the Central Office.
1 day ago, Tahquamenon Area Schools
Wednesday, Jan. 26, 2022 is a half day. Dismissal will be at 11:40 a.m. A sack lunch is provided.
3 days ago, Tahquamenon Area Schools
Opportunity for HS juniors that will be seniors next year. https://drive.google.com/file/d/1mshop4-l71DBPD2vX2ed1nNN189zE9df/view?usp=sharing
3 days ago, Tahquamenon Area Schools
Monday 1/24 Boys Middle School Basketball @ Pickford 5:30 Tuesday 1/25 Girls Basketball HOME vs. Brimley JV start 5:45 Hockey @ Kingsford 7:00 Wed 1/26 Wrestling @ Pellston 5:30 Boys BB HOME vs. Munising JV start 5:45 Thur 1/27 Girls BB HOME vs. Cheboygan JV start 5:45 Fri 1/28 Hockey Escanaba @ Manistique 7:00 start Boys Basketball HOME vs. Cheboygan JV Start 5:45 Sat 1/29 Hockey Painesdale @ Manistique 1:00 pm Wrestling @ Gaylord 10am Boys MSBB HOME vs. Engadine 10:00am
4 days ago, Tahquamenon Area Schools
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5 days ago, Tahquamenon Area Schools
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Congratulations to Liam, Bethany, Lola, and Sophia on earning “I” Excellent ratings on their various events at District Solo & Ensemble today!
6 days ago, Tahquamenon Area Schools
Students who received an Excellent
CANCELED BASKETBALL - All games for Thursday, Jan. 20 and Friday, Jan. 21, 2022 are cancelled.
8 days ago, Tahquamenon Area Schools
CANCELED: Girl's basketball game tonight, 1.20.2022.
8 days ago, Tahquamenon Area Schools
More snow for the ride home. Great idea from a student.
9 days ago, Tahquamenon Area Schools
snowmobiler
snowmobile students at school
snowmobiler
Reminder that Wednesday, Jan. 19, Thursday, Jan. 20, and Friday, Jan. 21 at half days. Dimissal at 11:40 a.m. Sack lunch will be provided.
10 days ago, Tahquamenon Area Schools
Ride snowmobiles to school day. A little new snow always helps.
10 days ago, Tahquamenon Area Schools
snowmobiles at school
Tomorrow, Tuesday, Jan. 18 is Drive your Snowmobile to school day. Snowmobiles can be parked in front of the school by the school's electronic sign. Helmets and snow gear can be put into Mrs. George's room. Look forward to seeing all the sleds at school.
10 days ago, Tahquamenon Area Schools
Newberry week of sports Monday Jan 17 MS Boys Basketball At St. Ignace 5:30pm Tuesday Jan 18 Boys Basketball Home vs. Brimley 5:45 JV start Wednesday Jan 19 Wrestling at St. Ignace SAC #4 5:30pm Thursday Jan 20 Girls Basketball Home vs. Mack City 5:45 JV start Boys Basketball At Sault Ste Marie 5:45 JV start Friday Jan 21 Girls Basketball Home vs. Sault Ste Marie 5:45 start Saturday Jan 22 POSTPONED MS Boys Basketball JKL (make up date pending) Wrestling UP Championships at Marquette 9:30 am Co Op Hockey at Alpena 6:30 start
12 days ago, Tahquamenon Area Schools
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12 days ago, Tahquamenon Area Schools
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Tuesday, January 18, 2022 is Drive your Snowmobile to school day. Snowmobiles can be parked in front of the school by the school's electronic sign. Helmets and snow gear can be put into Mrs. George's room.
14 days ago, Tahquamenon Area Schools
Summer Student Opportunity - enterig 8-12 for the 2022-2023 school year Summer Youth Program Student Camp Camp Title: GenCyber Student Camp at Michigan Tech in the Age of AI Date: The week of June 27 - July 1, 2022 Application deadline: March 1, 2022 Submit GenCyber student application here Michigan Technological University plans to host a one-week, beginner-level, face-to-face GenCyber summer camp for fifty middle/high school students (entering grades 8 - 12) during the summer of 2022, with various pre-camp and post-camp activities during the school year. The theme of the camp is Cybersecurity + Artificial Intelligence (Cyber + AI), as AI is redefining every aspect of cybersecurity. The camp covers various fundamental knowledge in cybersecurity and AI, including ethics, phishing, python coding, AI intro, machine learning, applying AI to cybersecurity, and building robust and trustworthy AI. Camp activities include hands-on exercises, interactive lectures, discussions, games, career exploration, and campus tours. The camp is offered at no cost to all participants. Camp participants can choose between the option of live-in (20 seats, mainly intended for non-local participants) or the option of commute (30 seats, mainly intended for local participants). For live-in participants, room and board is included. The room is standard Michigan Tech student dorm in Wadsworth Hall, managed and monitored by the Summer Youth Program (SYP) at Michigan Tech. For live-in campers, three meals are included per day. For commuter campers, breakfast and lunch are included each day. Camp participants from downstate may also be able to take the bus services provided by SYP (the cost of SYP charter bus is covered by the GenCyber program). Click here to view SYP travel information. Check-in is held on Sunday prior to the program. Camp daytime activities will run from 8:30 am to 5:00 pm, Monday through Friday. Live-in participants will be able to join the SYP evening activities. The camp also includes 8 hours of pre-camp activities and 8 hours of post-camp activities. All these activities will be hosted virtually during evenings or weekends (Date & Time TBD). Camp candidates are expected to participate in these activities as well. Pre-Camp activities (8 hours) include: 1) GenCyber Kickstart Workshop: virtual, one hour 2) Introduction to Computing Systems: virtual, one hour 3) Introduction to Network and the Internet: virtual, one hour 4) Introduction to Programming and Algorithms: virtual, one hour 5) Introduction to Data and Analysis: virtual, one hour 6) Introduction to Impacts of Computing: virtual, one hour 7) Introduction to Cybersecurity: virtual, one hour 8) Introduction to AI: virtual, one hour Post-Camp activities (8 hours) include: 1) Cybersecurity Awareness Month: one hour 2) Guest speaker on emerging AI+Cyber threats: one hour 3) Winter Wonder Hack Cybersecurity Competition: four hours 4) Student reflection and discussion: two hours The application deadline is March 1st, 2022. Late applications may be considered but this scholarship will be awarded on a first-come, first-served basis and with consideration for the strength of the application. Due to the limited availability of seats, early registration is strongly recommended. All camp activities are offered at no cost to all participants. Participants are responsible for their own transportation to and from campus, which may include travel expenses, parking fees, and other costs. Camp participants from downstate may be able to take the bus services provided by SYP. The GenCyber student camp is open to all middle/high school students (entering grades 8 - 12) in the U.S., with preference given to highly motivated students. Candidates must be a U.S. Citizen. Prior knowledge of computer and cybersecurity is not required. However, it’s helpful to have strong interest in computer and cybersecurity. Women and underrepresented minority groups in STEM are strongly encouraged to apply. Click here to view Michigan Tech's Response to COVID-19. GenCyber participants are required to follow the CDC and Michigan Tech COVID guidelines.
14 days ago, Tahquamenon Area Schools
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19 days ago, Tahquamenon Area Schools
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Friday, Janaury 7, 2022 Girl's Basketball game will be Varsity only starting at 6pm.
23 days ago, Tahquamenon Area Schools
Our Sac Fry Chinook Salmon are quickly growing into the Parr phase of their life cycle. We began feeding them yesterday, as their yolk sac is almost completely absorbed into their little bodies.
24 days ago, Mrs. McFadden's Class
A third grader in a yellow shirt is feeding the baby Chinook Salmon as they swim in their aquarium.
Aquarium with baby Chinook Salmon, called Sac Fry swimming about.