Tiger Times

Due to the unfortunate chain of events that occurred in 2020, many students have found themselves having to rethink their future careers.

Careers, college and COVID

Story by Maria Rangel, staff writer
January 18, 2021
TISD Superintendent Doug Brubaker discusses  the future of Texas High with the staff of Tiger Times. Brubaker's first day on the job was Jan. 4.

Brubaker’s beginning

Story by Peyton Sims and Doug Kyles
January 14, 2021
There is no one that will argue that 2020 has been unfavorable with a worldwide pandemic, locust swarms, wildfires and more on the ever growing list. These negative events make it difficult to see a sliver of light this year, but maybe there are positive aspects within this unreal time.

A light in the tunnel

Story by Zoe Rushing, staff writer
December 17, 2020
The demand for a coronavirus vaccine has been here since March, yet now when we are in the early stages of the vaccine being released to the public, many turn their head in fear or suspicion.

Rumor has it

Story by Phoebe Neff, copy editor
December 15, 2020
In years past, there has been a reckoning that comes with the end of the semester.

Escaping exams

Story by Doug Kyles, news editor
December 15, 2020
Math teacher Cathryn Diaz sits behind her desk surrounded by disinfectants. Diaz recently battled COVID-19 while also fighting cancer.

On the frontlines

Story by Phoebe Neff, copy editor
December 14, 2020
California resident Tiffany Esquino, however, recognized and took the opportunity to help make a difference by volunteering to participate in the Moderna vaccine trial, a study to eradicate the coronavirus.

A shot at a cure

Story by Graci Henard, staff writer
December 1, 2020
Two Black Friday shoppers rampage through an aisle at Target. This year, if the customers are not shopping from home, they're expected to wear masks upon entry.

Back in black

Story by Peyton Sims and Mikayla Zverina
November 26, 2020
Substitute David Persons patrols his temporary class of students at the desk. Subs are being hired by the dozen due to the increase of teachers being out due to COVID-19.

Subbing through COVID-19

Story by Reese Langdon, staff writer
November 17, 2020
Due to COVID-19, many colleges nationwide have decided to not make the ACT/SAT a requirement, leaving seniors all across the country confused about what they should do instead, how this decision will affect the college application process and how they should go about the process considering these new standards. 

Tests that once meant everything

Story by Logan Diggs, managing editor
November 15, 2020
Custodian David Ames fogs a room that a symptomatic student has previously been in. When someone tests positive for COVID-19 or leaves campus due to an unidentified illness, the rooms that student attended are sanitized with disinfect.

Operation sanitization

Story by Peyton Sims, editor in chief
November 14, 2020
Remote student Nazaret Vasquez listens to publications adviser Rebecca Potter while she addresses the newspaper and photography staff. Because communication is a vital component to the curriculum of publications students, they often join the in class discussion and planning via Google Meets.

At home learning isn’t easier

Story by Katey Pappas, staff writer
November 12, 2020
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