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Guidance department experiences big changes, as school receives grants

This year seems to the Timberlines staff as a year of change. Changing the way our athletics are run, changing the way our parking lot is positioned and, most recently, changing the way our Guidance Department looks. Yes, the Guidance Department is being redesigned, but do not worry, no one is losing a job. Effective next year, Mr. Bill Ronk,

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Teachers – pro or anti phones

Phones have become the center of many students’ social lives. Because they are so popular for staying in touch with others, they are seen as distractive in class to some teachers while others look at it as beneficial. In English classrooms, there are many opportunities to turn papers in online. Teachers are beginning to take advantage of the technology available

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Independent Study classes are taking off

With courses such as Physiology, World Religions, and Forensic Science, it is easy to believe that the online independent study courses would prove too much for many students; however, since students are able to work at their own pace and collaboratively with others, these classes are opening doors. During seventh period every day, seniors Marissa Walker and Mackenzie Estrada sit

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