Summer Will Look Different During COVID-19

By: Lindsay Gordon As the world continues to change around us because of the COVID-19 pandemic, people continue to remain optimistic about their summer plans. Many

Creating Your own Garden

By: Bella Kolin If you’re interested in picking up a new hobby while at home, try gardening. It’s good to go outside and get some vitamin

School News

Notes to the Class of 2020

Compiled By Mrs. Dalton and Mrs. Davis For as long as we can remember, The Thunderbird has honored the graduating class in the final issue of

World News

AP Exams Lead to Several College Board Lawsuits

By: Jesse Boxenhorn This year's AP exams were administered online due to the Covid-19 outbreak. The exams were adapted to a shorter version, some with two

This Year’s Alternative Testing Method: Online AP Exams

By: Blake Taylor The coronavirus has brought many unprecedented changes into our lives, especially regarding schools and the education system as a whole. In mid-March, the