Archie Williams High School News

A picture of a watergun, used to eliminate your targets in assassin.

Upperclassmen share tips for next years Assassin

Henry Pratt, News Editor June 15, 2021

The game is called “Killer” at some schools, but at Archie Williams High School (AWHS) it’s called Assassin: a water gun, prize money fueled game that is a rite of passage for AWHS upperclassmen....

AWHS varsity boys embrace in a group hug following their win.

Archie Williams High School boys varsity water polo seniors reflect on season after win against Redwood High School

Avery Yudice, Website and Social Manager and Opinion Editor June 13, 2021

The AWHS boys varsity water polo team celebrated their graduating seniors after an intense game against Redwood High School on May 26. Overcoming a four-point deficit, the AWHS boys water polo team came...

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Senior Map

June 11, 2021

2020 Textbook Page

Avery Yudice, Website and Social Manager and Opinion Editor June 9, 2021

Civil Unrest Continued as the United States Fell Into a Pandemic   YEARS OF DIVISION In his inauguration address on January 20, 2021, 46th president of the United States, Joe Biden said,...

An illustration of the confusion surrounding the future of the TUHSD high school mountain biking clubs.

TUHSD administration addresses mountain biking risk factors with new protocols

Samantha Parr and Aler Giffin May 26, 2021

On May 11, the Tamalpais Union High School District (TUHSD) administration held a meeting with mountain biking team coaches and advisors to discuss the operations of the Archie Williams, Redwood, and Tamalpais...

The three completed panels display an array of blue waves across the outside of the Wellness Center

Wellness ceramic mural finished after three years of perseverance

Emily Cardwell and Maddie Biegel May 20, 2021

In the making for roughly three years, the ceramic mural, created by 2019 AP Ceramics students, is ready to be displayed in front of the Wellness Center at Archie Williams High School. The AP Ceramics...

Side by side comparison of cohorts vs. full time in-person learning.

Students express excitement about returning to school, yet are concerned about COVID-19 safety

Maddie Biegel, Podcast Producer April 2, 2021

Recently COVID-19 cases have begun to decline in Marin County which allows for schools to open up full time. After spring break, for the first time in over a year, students in the Tamalpais Union High...

A phone shows the daily health screening on the ParentSquare app, a mandatory precaution that students and staff must complete before attending school.

HS 1327’s ParentSquare daily health screener presents unexpected issues

Isabella Nash, Junior Copy Editor April 1, 2021

With High School 1327 (HS 1327)’s return to on-campus learning, several prominent safety measures have been enforced, including the COVID-19 symptom-tracing daily health screener on Parentsquare that...

An illustration showing a setup of virtual learning for a senior student.

Class of 2020 vs. 2021: who had it worse in quarantine?

Samantha Parr, Editor-in-Chief March 26, 2021

Between college applications, becoming a legal adult, and senioritis, senior year already poses numerous challenges to the average high school student. However, COVID-19 created obstacles that no student...

Sophomore Kennedy Williams working from home on a science assignment about genetics

Keeping their Distance: Students stay remote while others return to in-person school

Henry Pratt, News Editor March 25, 2021

On Feb. 23, Marin County moved back into the “Red” COVID-19 tier, signifying that COVID-19 cases had dropped to a sufficiently safe level that allowed gyms to reopen and restaurants to reopen indoor...

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A year in lockdown with HS 1327 News

March 13, 2021

A year ago today, we had our first day of online school. Now we’re two weeks into a hybrid model of school, and it’s been quite a year. From COVID-19 concerns to the entertainment world and everything...

An empty hallway at HS 1327 on February 25, the last Friday before the start of hybrid learning.

Teachers express conflicted feelings about start of hybrid learning

Isabella Nash, Junior Copy Editor March 2, 2021

While hybrid learning could be the answer to finally transitioning back to school, there are still factors of concern for some. Hybrid learning is a learning scenario in which a portion of students participate...

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