Prom means financial strain for some students

Photo: Sponsor Sara-Jane Shepherd talks finances with the prom committee members during their morning meeting on April 25. This year’s junior and senior prom will be held on May 5 at the AT&T conference center, 40 minutes away,  in West Campus Austin from 7:30 to 11:30 p.m. Floral Design students will be designing and decorating…

Tiger Daily news 4-25-18

Student Council and Class Officer Elections will be held in a few weeks. Any students interested in running for an elected position, must attend one of the information sessions held on May 2nd and May 3rd at 8:20 in Mr. Lemonds’ Room, C208. Applications will be available at the meeting. This year’s final Meraki Mic…

Snoball into Summer

The whir of a machine crushing ice fills the air on a hot summer day, people surrounding a bright green trailer in anticipation for their own frozen treat. Out of the window comes a golden-yellow snoball drizzled with sweet cream, and an employee shouts out the name of the butterbeer-flavored icy delight as a smiling…

FFA qualifies 3 evaluation teams for state

The FFA Livestock Evaluation, Dairy Cattle Evaluation and Homesite Evaluation teams all qualified for their respective State competitions next week by placing in the top 5 at Area contests. Teams also competed in Entomology, Vet Science, Horse, and Floriculture events. The Livestock Evaluation team placed 5th at the Texas A&M Area Career Development Events (CDE)…

Tiger Daily News 4-18-18

HOSA t-shirts are still available in Mrs. Chambers’ room. HOSA shirts are $13 for short sleeves and $17 for long sleeves. Get yours today. The JV cheer team has two open mascot positions for a Tabby the Tiger and Toby the Tiger. Tryouts are May 3 4:30 to 5:00 p.m. in the B gym. For…

HOSA advances student to internationals, earns scholarship at state

This past weekend, HOSA competed at the state level. Emily Argento-Bird advanced to internationals in the Outstanding HOSA Chapter event and also received a $1500 scholarship. Elaina Erickson and Zach Young were recognized with the Barbara James Service Award for their volunteer hours. Jason Schultz competed in Pathophysiology.

Choirs earn first division ratings, sweepstakes at UIL Concert & Sightreading

Three choirs participated in the UIL Concert and Sightreading event at the Hays Performing Arts Center on Tuesday.  Treble Choir, Chamber Choir and Concert Choir  all received straight first division ratings for their stage performance.  Two of the choirs, Chamber Choir and Treble Choir, also received first division ratings in Sightreading and brought home the…