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Ignoring Science

October 31, 2020

7,188,071 cases.  205,942 deaths.  While these are the numbers, COVID-19 has changed every life in the United States. What started out as a virus affecting just a few people spread to millions, and it’s arguable a large portion of the increase is due to people ignoring science.  Science...

Female students from the state of Texas attend the award ceremony for the National Center for Women and Information Technology. Junior Kaitlyn Gordon and senior Macheala McAdams both received the 2018 DFW Affiliate Winner of the NCWIT Award for aspirations in computing. submitted photo

Computing success

May 17, 2018

Senior Macheala McAdams and junior Kaitlyn Gordon attended an award ceremony for the National Center for Women and Information Technology on March 28 where they were honored with the 2018 DFW Affiliate Winner of the NCWIT Award for aspirations in computing, marking them among the top ten female studen...

Junior Rachael Shewmaker presents her business to a student at the Environmental Expo.

AP environmental science’s annual expo a success

April 6, 2016

The annual Environmental Expo was held last Thursday, 5:30 p.m. in the Dan Haskins Student Center. The event was orchestrated by Kelly Rowland, the AP Environmental Science (APES) teacher, and her students. Different companies from all around Texarkana came to share how they positively impact the envi...

Amy Baker-Kireev teaches her students about biology.

Q&A with Mrs. Kireev

November 19, 2015

Amy Baker-Kireev has been a part of the Tiger family for many years now. After graduating from Texas High, she went to New Mexico Tech to study biology and then ended up back in TISD teaching. Q. When did you decide to start teaching? A. Teaching as a possible profession first entered my mind in...

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