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[embed]https://youtu.be/uLpiNIfLHI8[/embed] This week’s edition of TCS Student News was researched, produced, written, and anchored by students Marcus McKeever and Donavin Hooper. It includes news from around the world as well as our own community and the school. We hope you enjoy the broadcast and are informed by it as well....

[embed]https://youtu.be/n4z1bHCL1qU[/embed] This week’s edition of TCS Student News was researched, produced, written, and anchored by students Olivia Yates and Spencer Bayne. It includes news from around the world as well as our own community and the school. We hope you enjoy the broadcast and are informed by it as well....

The founder of the Show Your Soft Side anti-animal abuse campaign, Sande Riesett, visited the school today for a conversation with the students.  Sande talked about the origins of the campaign five years ago as a response to combat animal abuse in Baltimore. Its goal was to change the mindset of young people who too often viewed the maiming and torturing of defenseless animals as a sign of “toughness” or “manhood." The group's work can be seen around town (and now in many cities around the country) with photographs of professional athletes and recording artists along with their pets.  The tag line is "Only a punk would hurt a cat or dog." Sande has been a long time friend of the school and in addition to lending her considerable talent to the school over the years, her husband is Mr. Don, our long time creative writing teacher and mentor. The students were inspired by her story and several shared their visions for organizations that they would like to start....

[embed]https://youtu.be/t-UgDW6PsL0[/embed] This week’s edition of TCS Student News was researched, produced, written, and anchored by students Sadie Greenwood and Kirsten Bayer. It includes news from around the world as well as our own community and the school. We hope you enjoy the broadcast and are informed by it as well....

[embed]https://youtu.be/Wk1Fi7nOZH4[/embed] This week’s edition of TCS Student News was researched, produced, written, and anchored by students Daj'a White and Sara Harris. It includes news from around the world as well as our own community and the school. We hope you enjoy the broadcast and are informed by it as well....

[embed]https://youtu.be/PLvEKxS_sxI[/embed] This week’s edition of TCS Student News was researched, produced, written, and anchored by students Vernon Laumann and Shane Latham. It includes news from around the world as well as our own community and the school. We hope you enjoy the broadcast and are informed by it as well....

[embed]https://youtu.be/kmxIcATlieA[/embed] This week’s edition of TCS Student News was researched, produced, written, and anchored by student Chris White in our first solo newscast. It includes news from around the world as well as our own community and the school. We hope you enjoy the broadcast and are informed by it as well....

[embed]https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qDW2NPp9GT4&feature=youtu.be[/embed] This week’s edition of TCS Student News was researched, produced, written, and anchored by students Dyrrell Moon and Caleb Rohe. It includes news from around the world as well as our own community and the school. We hope you enjoy the broadcast and are informed by it as well....

We were all honored today to have Wendel Patrick come to our school to share his art and work as well as stories about his life.  Mr. Patrick teaches at the famed Peabody Music Conservatory and has performed and lectured around the world. Students were able to experience his work on the renowned "Out of the Block" series from public radio as well as his music and a special video he produced with jazz saxophonist Scott Paddock. Mr. Patrick encouraged the students to think about themselves and how they spend their time with this challenging quote, "Whatever you spend your time doing, that's what you are." Everyone was so engaged with this conversation that it went well beyond the time set aside, so Mr. Patrick is coming in again on Monday morning for a wrap up where the students get to speak about the impact of his presentation. Wendell was invited to the school by TCS Trustee Fleesie Hubbard who also attended the seminar. You can check out Mr. Patrick's website by clicking this link WendelPatrick.com...

[embed]https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YaB5cRcJios[/embed] This week’s edition of TCS Student News was researched, produced, written, and anchored by students Donald Lacy and Jordan Leon. It includes news from around the world as well as our own community and the school. We hope you enjoy it and are informed by it. Let us know what you think....