Tiger Daily News 1-16-19

Are you interested in becoming a firefighter and starting your training while you’re still in high school? If so, please tell Mrs. Milner in A208 by January 18th in order to apply or get more information. Vinyl Club’s 2nd meeting this Friday at 820 in Coach Tennison’s room. Bring some records or cassettes! If you’re…

Tiger Wave Podcast 1-9-19

Adeline Furlow, Alex Lunn and Robbie Lopez interview Alex Hay of FFA in the high school A Gym during clubs picture day for the podcast. Join the broadcast team as they talk to student officers and members from FFA, Gardening Club, The Spring Konstant, and the Society of Women Engineers during Club picture day in…

Video: State Ranked Varsity Boys Basketball Remains Unbeaten in District

For the first time in Head Coach Craig Swannack’s time at the helm, the varsity boys basketball team (16-4, 4-0 District 25-5A) appears on the Texas Association of Basketball Coaches (TABC) state rankings. Ranked 16th overall, the Tigers are just above LBJ who they beat 63-55 at home in their first district matchup. After defeating…

Tiger Daily News 1-9-19

Applications are now open for Health Science Advanced Courses for rising Juniors and Seniors for next year. The courses that require an application are Cornerstone (Internship), Exercise Science and Sports Medicine, Health Science Practicum, Certified Personal Trainer, Certified Medical Assistant, and Certified Pharmacy Technician. You can pick up an application from any health science teacher….

BONUS: Top Movies of 2018

Marvel, Marvel, Marvel, and more superheroes. Join Adeline Furlow as she recaps the highest grossing films of 2018.

OPINION: Food Here is Good

While most schools are notorious for never serving the greatest food, it is safe to say that our school has really made some improvements. Since the fall semester has started, I am one who has bought lunch almost every day. Although this doesn’t make me an expert of any sort, I think I have tried…

OPINION: Let’s Talk About Mental Health

Arguably one of the most controversial yet unspoken topics that our students are dealing with is mental health.       The current health services offered by our school only pertain to physical health and preventing the spreading of illness, according to the district website. Although guidance and counseling are provided, the perception of school counselors…

OPINION: Simply Sort to be Green

     Lunch is chaotic – a 45-minute time frame that goes by in a flash. Once those minutes are up, hundreds of students in the cafeteria congregate at the trash trolleys, where they are expected to sort each item properly. In the chaos that inevitably ensues, I’ve personally encountered dozens of students rushing to…