Tiger Times

A student eats his lunch while socially distancing at the table. Texas High decided to add an additional fourth lunch to decrease the amount of people in the cafeteria at once.

May the fourth be with us

September 17, 2020

As the coronavirus pandemic rages on, students and teachers continue to adjust to this alternative school environment. With the first six weeks coming to a close and many online students returning to campus, administrators are having to further adapt to this influx of students. That includes modifyi...

Senior Cole Jean takes advantage of the schools new cell phone policy. The 2018-19 school year will allow phones to be used at lunch.

Food out, phones out

August 16, 2018

In past years, cell phones at Texas High have been forbidden; no cell phone use in the halls, cafeteria or library. In some cases, phones have even been confiscated from pockets and backpacks just for being present. However, this year is different. Texas High’s administration for the 2018-2019 sch...

Bring back open campus

Bring back open campus

April 25, 2016

In the early ‘60s and ‘70s Texas High had something that us as students have never experienced: open campus. Open campus has many benefits to students, which can improve their overall performance in the classroom. However, faced with short lunch periods and caution of car accidents, open camp...

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It’s not the real healthy thing

September 22, 2015

Medical Daily studies have shown that calorie free drinks can cause people to develop metabolic syndrome, which can lead to type 2 diabetes and heart disease.  Although it is believed by some people diet sodas can help you lose that extra weight, scientist have proven that these drinks are no better...

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