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October 17, 2015-UIL Region 21 Marching Contest at SFA 11:30 am

October 19, 2015-4th Grade Field Trip to Sam Houston in Huntsville; Happy

     Bear in Elem Computer Lab

October 21, 2015- Cross Country District Meet; PK-1 Fire Safety

October 22, 2015- JH/JV @ Timpson 5:00 pm

October 23, 2015-Tigers vs Timpson 7:30 pm Home(Pink Out Game); Cross

     Country Invitational in Zavalla; 6th Grade Field Trip to Angelina College

October 24, 2015-Area Marching Contest at SFA8:15 am

October 26, 2015- Region CC Meet at Sam Houston State

October 27, 2015- Tiger Parent Academy w/Tiger Café Open

October 28, 2015-FFA District Wildlife Competition

October 29, 2015- JH/JV vs Overton Home 5:00 pm

October 30, 2015-Tigers vs Overton There 7:30 pm

October 31, 2015-Cross Country in Humble

November 2, 2015-State Marching Contest at Alamodome in San Antonio

November 3, 2015-FFA District Development Event

November 5, 2015-JH@ Mt. Enterprise 5:00 pm

November 6, 2015- Tigers vs Mt. Enterprise 7:30 Home; End 2nd Grading Period

November 7, 2015-Cross Country State Meet in Round Rock

November 9, 2015-Student Holiday/Teacher In-Service

 

History Made by Tiger Runners

 

Tenaha Sweeps Varsity Titles at District

 

Yesterday in New Summerfield, Coach Lauri Sisk and the Tenaha High School

and Junior High Cross Country teams competed in the District 22-2A District

Meet.  The day and the course would be painted maroon as Tenaha won three

out of the four district team titles that were up for grabs.  For the first

time ever, Tenaha is home to the Varsity Boys and Girls District Cross

Country Champions.  Also, the Tenaha Junior High Boys team ran their way to

the Junior High Championship as well. 

 

Congratulations to Coach Sisk and all the runners who have logged the many

tough and hot miles in the early morning and afternoon.  Next up for Tiger

XC is the Regional Meet at Sam Houston State on Saturday, October 31 for a

chance to advance to State!

 

 Tigers Cap Festive Homecoming Day with 47-13 District Win

 

After slugging through the brutal non-district slate, Coach Craig Horn and

the Tenaha Tigers began the 2nd season by opening up District 11-2A play

against the previously 4-1 Maud Cardinals.  After giving up an early score

to the Cardinals, the young Tigers found that “old Tiger swagger” and put

together a barrage of big plays, big hits, and fast play.  After taking a

20-6 lead into halftime, Tenaha exploded for two big TD passes in the 3rd

quarter and two additional long runs to cap off a successful district

opening 47-13 win in front of a large, happy, and excited Tenaha Homecoming

crowd.  At 1-0, the Tigers are off this week to prepare for Shelby County

rival Timpson.  Next Friday’s game at Tiger Stadium will begin at 7:30 PM

and will no doubt have large implications in the District Championship race.

 

The Best Homecoming Tradition in Texas

                                    

Beautiful weather, great floats, big crowds, happy faces, great kids, one

train, and a Tiger win is the best way to describe another great Homecoming

week in Tenaha.  This year’s edition certainly did not disappoint.  In fact,

the Tenaha Homecoming reputation even lured a writer from the Dallas Morning

News who is writing a book about Texas Football Traditions to include the

Tenaha Homecoming among those he writes about. 

 

Congratulations to Rebekkah Bridges, this year’s Homecoming Queen as well as

Jakedrick Roundtree, this year’s king.  Also, thank you to all who

contributed to making the Tenaha Homecoming what it is.  A special thanks to

Mrs. Jernigan and the Tiger Booster Club for putting on the Hamburger Lunch.

It was great to see so many happy faces in Tenaha!!

 

Saturday Marks the Beginning of the State Contest Quest

 

This Saturday, the Sweepstakes acclaimed Roarin’ Band from Tigerland will

set out to accomplish the unthinkable.  That is to attempt to qualify for

the State Marching Contest in just the second year of transitioning from

military to corps style  marching.  Second year director Brian Sours says

“It’s the toughest Region in the state” remarking about the quality of depth

of the Tigers competition.  Top notch bands from Shelbyville, Carlisle,

Beckville, Timpson, and San Augustine will compete among others to make 1st

Division this Saturday at Stephen F. Austin for the right to advance to Area

competition next week (also at SFA).  Awaiting the qualifiers from this

Saturday are Clarksville and Union Grove who boasts the top bands from the

Northern part of the Area.  It won’t be easy, but Mr. Sours expects the

Tiger band “to give it its best shot.”

 

Tenaha will perform at 11:30 AM Saturday just ahead of the San Augustine

Band.  

 

Something New!!!!!

 

On Tuesday, October 27 TISD will be hosting the first ever Tenaha Parent

Academy.  All parents, supporters, and interested guests are invited to come

the TISD cafetorium for a 90 minute informational symposium about the inner

workings of Public Education.  Also, there will be a Tiger Café with Catfish

baskets available for guests to enjoy.  Session topics of interest that

patrons can attend include details about Discipline Management and

Expectations, Graduation requirements, state law, and College preparation,

and Extra-Curriculars 101.  Visitors will also receive sample questions from

the State Mandated STAAR and End of Course exams to get a view of what

students are required to learn.  And, finally, parents will have the

opportunity to meet face to face with teachers about their student’s needs.

Stay tuned to the Tiger Alert, the Website, and the Tiger Weekly for more

details. 

 

TENAHA ISD CHILD FIND

 

Tenaha ISD offers comprehensive special education services to eligible

students ages 3 through 21.  Children from birth to age 3 with disabilities

will be referred to the appropriate Early Childhood Intervention service.

All referrals are considered confidential, and services are provided at no

cost.  The parent or legal guardian retains the right to refuse services and

are provided other procedural safeguards under federal and state law. 

 

Public school services include screening in areas of suspected disabilities,

such as vision, hearing, motor skills, speech, language, and general

development.  Evaluations in the school are provided in several areas of

suspected disabilities including learning disabilities, speech and language

development, physical impairments, vision or hearing problems, intellectual

disability, emotional disturbances, autism/pervasive development disorders,

health impairments or traumatic brain injuries.

 

A free, appropriate, public education with a full continuum of services is

available.  If you suspect your child or another child has a disability or

for more information concerning eligibility criteria and referral

procedures, contact Terry Bowlin, Director of Special Services at Tenaha ISD

at (936) 248-5000 ext. 503

 

Elementary News

 

Tenaha Elementary had our fifth Elementary Parent Night for Prek 4 Tuesday,

October 13, 2015 at 5:00 pm.  We had 12 students represented out of 29 total

students in the Prek 4 Program.  Teachers discussed standards based report

cards, portfolios, take home folder procedures, student expectations for the

year and ways that parents can help their children at home.  We were very

pleased with the turn out and would like to say thanks to all who were in

attendance!!

 

Tenaha Elementary had our fourth Elementary Parent Night for Third grade on

Thursday, October 8, 2015 at 5:00 pm.  We had 27 students represented out of

46 total students in third grade.  Teachers discussed standards based report

cards, portfolios, homework procedures, curriculum expectations for the year

and ways that parents can help their children at home.  We were very pleased

with the turn out and would like to say thanks to all who were in

attendance!! 

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