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The School Newspaper of Texas High School

Tiger Times

The School Newspaper of Texas High School

Tiger Times

Nashita Kalam

Nashita Kalam, News/Feature Editor

Nashita Kalam is a second-year staff member and the News and Feature Co-Section Editor. Besides newspaper, she is involved in student council, where she serves as a junior representative, Mu Alpha Theta, Quill and Scroll and National Honor Society. Outside of school, she enjoys shopping, watching T.V. and hanging out with her friends. She is excited to see what this year holds.

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Academic advisor Dolores Schuandua visits social studies class to explain the new classes Texas High is offering next year. There are 25 new courses for students to choose from in the upcoming year.

Course chaos

January 27, 2023
TISD menu development specialist serves food to students participating in the test testing. The school will use the reviews of students to determine a new menu for next school year.

Menu makeover

January 20, 2023
Coach Vince Minter supervised Leadership members assembly of a scooter for a Tiger Angel Gift.
Submitted Photo

The season of giving

December 16, 2022
The government issued an order that will forgive up to $10,000 of student loans debts. This aid will help many still struggling to pay off their debts.

Disappearing debts

November 5, 2022
Junior Evan Sutton works on the beginnings of the flight class plane. The Tango Flight class will be spending the next two years building a plane from the ground up.

Ready for takeoff

October 14, 2022
New year, new rules

New year, new rules

October 7, 2022
Students from Waggoner Creek Elementary School watch as Dyslexia Ambassadors from Texas High share their experiences with dyslexia.

Reaching out

October 6, 2022
The College Board recently announced that the format for the SAT will be shorter and entirely online beginning in 2024.

Putting it to the test

February 16, 2022
Student body officers, senior Will Carter, Ethan Power and Helen Clark Hays, read names of those who battled cancer during the playoff pep rally at Tiger Stadium Nov. 9.

Third time’s a charm

November 10, 2021
Sophomore Truth Dukes works on a laptop during school in the dark. Many people this year are readjusting to the in-person learning environment.

A social connection

October 15, 2021
Sophomore Nashita Kalam expresses the pressure she feels to succeed in school as a daughter of immigrants.

Foreign pressue

September 29, 2021
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