Tiger Daily News 11-28-18

National Art Honor Society’s next meeting will be Wednesday, Dec. 5, in Mr. Bates room. The Dating Violence Awareness Board will be hosting their first ever Stress Relief Wellness Clinic on Saturday, Dec. 8 from 10-11 in the Dance Room. Tickets are $12 for students/staff and $15 for non-students and can be found on the DSISD Web Store. All proceeds go to help end dating … Continue reading Tiger Daily News 11-28-18

FFA Competes at Area Leadership Development Event Competition

photo by Ethan Nieman The following students competed and placed on Wednesday, Nov. 14 at the Area FFA Leadership Development Event competition. 4th  place – Senior Chapter Conducting-     Caitlin Alderson, Kaitlyn Baker, Faith Baxter, Skylar Duleba, Steven LaFlamme, Emma Minigh, Caroline Olson, Sara Beth Ragan, Ashley Smith. 4th  place Green Hand Quiz Team- Kylie Baker, Carys Blackmon, Isabel Fernandez, Annabelle Terrell 7th place- Radio –  Kaitlyn Baker, Will Murley, Ashley … Continue reading FFA Competes at Area Leadership Development Event Competition

7 Students Qualify for National Thespian Festival

This past weekend, 42 Thespian Society members traveled to the Texas State Thespian Festival. In addition to their classes and workshops, students competed among the 7,000+ other attendees from all over the state in acting and technical areas. The following students’ scores qualified them to compete at National Thespian Festival. NATIONAL QUALIFIERS: Sarah Davison, Stage Management Madeline Wade, Costume Construction Cassie Martin, Duet Acting Natalie … Continue reading 7 Students Qualify for National Thespian Festival

Freshman Advances to Area Choir Auditions

photo by Tony Smith On Tuesday, Nov. 13 at Anderson High School, five choir students competed at the second round of the TMEA All-State Choir Audition Process, Pre-Area Auditions, including Bailey Hudgeons, Brody Lane, Juliane Paine, Ana Smith, and Claire Tole. Only the top 5 out of 18 students per voice part were selected to advance to the final round of auditions. Brody Lane was awarded … Continue reading Freshman Advances to Area Choir Auditions

OPINION: Astrology Might Be a Bad Sign

Although astrology dates back thousands of years, today 70 percent of people read their horoscope and 51 percent of people value it’s advice according to a poll taken by The Conversation. However, it’s been proven that now our astrology signs don’t even match up with the present day alignment of the planets. So why do over half of people in numerous surveys still agree that … Continue reading OPINION: Astrology Might Be a Bad Sign

Tiger Daily News 11-14-18

It’s Global Entrepreneurship Week! It’s time to celebrate innovation, enterprise, leadership, and risk-taking. The DECA Chapter has some fun facts for you to raise awareness.Mark Cuban is the entrepreneur for today. You may already know him as a Shark Tank personality or the owner of the NBA’s Dallas Mavericks. He also cofounded Broadcast.com, has stakes in Landmark Theaters, Magnolia Pictures, and AXS TV, and has … Continue reading Tiger Daily News 11-14-18