TJTV News, Episode 77: March 18, 2019

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TJTV News, Episode 77: March 18, 2019

Lynn Nguyen, Ashley Huang, and Will Cho

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Here’s more information regarding some of this morning’s announcements:

Seniors – please make sure to pay your senior dues as soon as possible. Your dues include a ticket to prom, your cap and gown for graduation, and covers for your diploma. Payments can be made at MySchoolBucks and the deadline for the early-bird discount and a coupon to David’s Bridal is March 29th. If you have any questions, please contact Mr. Carey or Dr. J.

Looking to learn cool moves or work out your worries? Enjoy dancing? Or wish to move your 2 left feet and just have fun with friends? Sign-up for the Bollywood Dancing Workshop this Wednesday, March 20th, during 8B in Gym 2. Sign-up today before it fills up!

The Regeneron Science Talent Search, one of America’s most prestigious STEM competitions, held their Top 40 Awards Ceremony in DC on March 12th. Over the past 30 years of TJ’s existence, we have had around 25 students selected for the Top 40 Honors, and only about ten students who were selected to be among the top ten. This year, TJ is proud to announce that Adam Ardeishar was chosen as 3rd Place Winner with his project, Extreme Values of a Statistical Distribution Relating to the Coupon Collector Problem. Adam developed a way to calculate the average maximum values of distributional datasets, which could be applied to predicting the expected amount of time for a given number of different randomly-timed events to occur. Congratulations, Adam!

Did you know that your everyday actions can make a difference to the amount of energy we use in the building? Help our Energy Systems class make TJ more efficient by remembering to turn off lights and computers after you’re done using them, and suggesting teachers to teach class with only one of the main light switches on or with the blinds open for more natural light. If each of us can apply these little changes, we have the ability to make TJ a more energy efficient, environmentally friendly school.

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