2020 Girl STEMpowerment Winter Camp

Join us as we explore the data stories of “invisible women” around the world! Flex your mental muscles at our vacation mini-camp! Engage in STEM design challenges, collaborate with other students and professionals, and learn from women in STEM careers. The camp runs February 19-21, 2020 (Wednesday-Friday) from 9am to 3pm Open to female students …

Two-Hour Delay Dec. 3

Due to inclement weather and road conditions, TVHS is operating on a two-hour delay Tuesday, Dec. 3. This post will be updated if the status changes.

TVHS Closed Dec. 2

Due to inclement weather and road conditions, TVHS will be CLOSED on Monday, December 2, 2019.

Weather-Related Closing Information

As we head into another winter season, we wanted to take this opportunity to share information about our procedures should TVHS need to close or delay due to weather. As you might guess, because our students come from such a wide geographic area, the weather outside your house might be very different elsewhere. The decision …

Distance Learning Day Nov. 5

According to the US Department of Education, nearly six million college students take at least one class online – and the trend continues after college as well, with at least 24% of Americans working at least part time from home. Because virtually commuting has become such a significant part of the world we live in, …

TVHS conducts first lockdown drill

This morning, we conducted our first mandatory lockdown drill of the year. A lockdown is a procedure used when there is an immediate and imminent threat to the school building population.  Students and school staff are secured in rooms and no one is allowed to leave until the building has been deemed safe.  This procedure …

Why information literacy is important and 5 ways to tell if someone is probably lying

Jim Niedermeier, Principal The most critical skill for kids in school to learn is information literacy. I know what you’re thinking: What about math? What about reading? What about social studies? What about science?! Hold your horses! Sure,  these disciplines are critical, but without the ability to differentiate between good information and bad information, you …