By Cady Russell, Staff Writer Prom is the American high school tradition. Movies like Pretty in Pink showcase the biggest event of the high school year in brilliant extravaganza. People dream about their prom dates and dresses. Prom is a distinctly American event, but how did the high school night of the year even get started? Prom is short for promenade, a term which was … Continue reading The Tumultuous History of Prom
Prom is an important part of the high school experience and is often a big deal to graduating seniors especially. But, is it really worth all that stress? Whether it’s the promposals or picking the right tuxedo or dress that gets you stressed, there is always something that stresses students out for the big night. People are constantly trying to outdo each other in trying … Continue reading Opinion: Prom Should Be Stress-Free Fun
Alcohol and drugs have always had an appeal towards younger audiences, because of the effects that they provide to the user and the culture of teenage rebellion; however, on a night like prom night, where everything is seemingly a blur, even without alcohol, things can take a turn for the worse if you do drink; it all depends on what you do to prevent the … Continue reading Prom & Alcohol: Does it Mix?
The Dating Violence Awareness Board is hosting an annual Self Defense Workshop on May 18 from 10-11 a.m. in the A Gym. Tickets are $5 at the front office or in Ms. Watt’s classroom. Donations are accepted and appreciated. All of the proceeds go to the Hays Caldwell Women’s Center and the Dating Violence Mock Trial in February. It is open to all students and … Continue reading Tiger Daily News
Six seniors passed their Certified Pharmacy Technician exam, including Dylan Rich Katie Bender Madi McCraw Calista Chervenkis Heather Lowery Mary Caldwell Continue reading 6 Students Pass Pharmacy Technician Certification Exam
“The first step toward change is awareness. The second step is acceptance.” – Nathaniel Branden Ignorance. The opposite of awareness. The driving force behind hatred. The inexcusable excuse for mistreatment. My heart is broken into pieces by the ignorance in this world surrounding disability awareness. Why do we have months dedicated to awareness of cerebral palsy, down syndrome, autism, etc.? Disabilities are not searching for … Continue reading The Importance of Acceptance
With the season coming to the end, the tennis team reflects on how the season has gone and what plans they have for the future. The tigers had many athletes place in their district, including Tallulah Andrushko being named champion in the 25-5A district for singles. While talking to some of the tennis players, they explain how they felt the season has gone for them … Continue reading Tigers continue to have players given awards