If you’ll indulge me here, I’d like to take you on a brief trip down memory lane in remembering your sophomore year. I don’t know, what classes you were in, or who your friends were, or what you were doing, but I’m certain you were at least a little bit angry when it was announced that the then-freshman Class of 2020 was getting Chromebooks.
This is the last time my words will ever appear on TheTannerTimes.net. It’s bittersweet but three years ago the notion that I would be writing Tanner Times articles online would be a blessing in itself. In 2015 we made it a reality.
As I leave The Tanner Times it will forever be a platform that is near and dear to my heart. It mattered to people, whether they liked to admit it or not. Whenever the newspaper was spread around th...
The skylights on the third floor, host to some of the brightest lights in the building
“I like it. I was walking down the hallway, and I was like, ‘Damn, is it sunny out?’ But, nah, it was actually really cloudy and the lights were just new, and, uh, it’s pretty nice. It makes me feel like I’m not, uh, stuck within the deepest pits of hell anymore.”
- Cass Leach, a senior, on her opinion of the new lights
Junior and senior English classes were invited to see Peabody's drama club, Stage One, perform their Drama Festival piece in school on Tuesday, February 23. The club got to show their peers what they are utilizing to compete with hundreds of other schools in Massachusetts. Later that week on Saturday, it was time for them to head off to North Reading High School and challenge seven other high schools. With their production of...
Neon Tie Dye day was the 4th day of spirit week. It was on November 24th and the clothes represented a fun school spirit of bright personalities. There were some people and some groups that were able to get their outfits in the paper and we have chosen a winner to interview. Here are some pictures:
Teya Marquis and Lexi Zammer
These two are showing off a wonderful combination of neon and tie dye. What a nice hoodie to keep you...
Today marked the third day of Spirit Week: Pajama Day! To commemorate such an occasion, I spent the whole day taking terribly awkward pictures and interviewing people using my phone’s voice recorder, all for the sake of finding the best sleepwear PVMHS has to offer. I’ve selected a winner, plus a few honorable mentions.
Sam Pang / Sam Lyman
GG: Why are you Pajama Day-ing today? Why did you choose that paj...
The class email groups; they have been used for information, for politics, and for many many reminders. However, tonight something new is being added to that list. Currently ongoing is the first social email endeavor of the class of 2017. Never before has the email group dubbed “class of 2017” hosted a conversation between peers to such a degree where the participants ask “who wants to hang out tonight.”
Today was the 2nd day of Spirit week, and Peabody High was celebrating Boston sports. The sophomores came in last today, the freshman came in third the juniors came in second, and the seniors came in first. The updated standings have the seniors and juniors tied for first place overall. Stay tuned on Monday as we got cozy for pajama day.
Our winner of the day, senior Mike Marino, showing his support for the Patriots.
Peabody High’s annual Student Government Day is back in action for the Class of 2016, who now have their shot at getting a feel for a variety of city positions. The events get underway far from now in the spring on April 14, but the process to get there begins tomorrow.
Described as “a citywide event in which PVMHS seniors shadow a city counterpart for the day and participate in evening activities at city hall”, the day is...