TONKA NEWS

Griffins Mark Their Territory

Cruz Thapa, Staff Member November 15, 2021
Tonka students paid to reserve a personal parking space for themselves to paint!

Boo Bash

Macy Goetz and Cruz Thapa November 15, 2021
Healthy living club held their first ever Boo Bash in the new Griffin Stadium.
Paving the Future

Paving the Future

Cheyenne Brown, Editor-in-Chief, Griffin Writes November 15, 2021

     Nearly two years ago, administrators, business partners, parents, students and teachers began working on a college and career project that would enrich the high school experience. The idea...

Evidence, Not Tests

Evidence, Not Tests

Grace Hicks, Staff Member November 15, 2021

    Point chasing is when the only goal in mind is to get the highest score. The district wants their students to stop being point chasers. Rather than worrying only about their scores, the goal is...

A Game for All

A Game for All

Cheyenne Brown, Editor-in-Chief, Griffin Writes November 15, 2021

By Cheyenne Brown Across the nation, schools host events to raise morale among their student bodies. Winnetonka has a special tradition of its own for this cause. Encouraging the students to work...

Attention on Attire

Attention on Attire

Molly Bryant, Staff Member November 15, 2021

On Sept. 7, Students protested the new dress code by wearing tank tops and other clothes considered to be inappropriate. Supporters of the cause had drawn stars and hearts on their hands, and some...

Under The Stars

Cruz Thapa, Staff Member November 15, 2021
Following homecoming on the week of Sept. 19-25, students have feedback on the execution of the events.
Ringing in the New

Ringing in the New

Macy Goetz, Staff Member, Editor-in-Chief of Odyssey Yearbook November 15, 2021

By Macy Goetz Pregame of the very first home game in the brand-new Griffin Stadium on Sept. 9, fans filled the stands as Superintendent Dr. Daniel Clemens, Principal Dr. Edward Tate and school board...

Storm The Capital

Storm The Capital

Joshua Harper March 20, 2021

The years 2020 and 2021 have been filled with significant events. Can we compare them to identify what was the worst? According to CNN News, what is being referred to as the "Capitol protest" was the...

Cianna Slater happily wears her mask to stay safe in school and enjoy her socially distanced learning.

Vaccines In Delay

Ruth Estrada, Staff Writer March 20, 2021

Some people may say it’s crazy and some people may say it’s expected on how the coronavirus outbreak all started January 30th of 2020. “It doesn’t amaze me because significant people are scared...

Womens History Month

Womens History Month

Destiny Mattingly March 11, 2021

Women’s History Month   Harriet Tubman, Cady Stanton, Amelia Earhart, Rosy the Riveter, Maya Angelou, Sally Ride, Oprah Winfrey, Rosa Parks, Malala Yousafzai, Hilary Clinton, Kamala Harris....

Stalemate

Stalemate

Cheyenne Brown, Editor-in-Chief, Griffin Writes November 24, 2020

On November 3rd the presidential candidates, along with the rest of the United States, began the anxious wait for the results of the 2020 presidential election. Democrat Joe Biden and Republican Donald...

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