Tiger Tales

Service Animals

Jazmine Barton, editor

August 23, 2019

Service animals can help people in any way that they are disabled or have a disorder. If you have ADHD, depending on how severe it depends on whether or not you need a service dog or an emotional support animal. Service dogs are...

Old music will never die

Katelynn Mace, Reporter

March 15, 2018

Students use music as a way to relax and relieve stress.  With earbuds in their ears almost 24 hours what they listen to and who the artist is can be important for the music to be what is most interesting to them and what th...

One of the new clubs: Multiple card game club

Rachel Stiles, Reporter

December 6, 2017

At Princeton Community High School there are many clubs. Some clubs may be more well-known than others. One new club that has been introduced to the students this year is multiple card game club. Multiple card game club was...

The club schedule is all over the place

Rayven Hedge, Reporter

December 6, 2017

  According to Mercedes Milbradt, most students would rather have A.M. activity schedule. Having P.M or even Midday Schedule makes the day seem longer. Milbradt said it is also very confusing when you have multiple differen...

How students feel about their last year of high school

Marissa Whetstone, Reporter

December 6, 2017

Senior year brings with it many highs and lows for all students, whether they are involved in sports and activities or not. However, for those involved in sports, senior year can be extra bittersweet. Kylee Phillips is a senior at Princeton Comm...

Keeping animals protected during the winter’s harsh weather

Mikayla Cowan, Reporter

December 6, 2017

In the winter months, outdoor animals seek shelter in various places, stray cats hide inside porches and in tire holes. Some animals are moved place to place by their owners. Avery Jones-Taylor, a junior at PCHS, takes care of...

PCHS marching band recap

Chandon Brucks, Reporter

December 6, 2017

This marching band season has been the best for some students and for some, not so well. Sophomore, Drake Miskell claims his first year of marching band was much more stressful than this current year because the first year, h...

Black Friday shopping

Eli Buck, Reporter

December 6, 2017

As the hundreds of people standing outside in the cold, gruesome weather, many wonder why people do this. DEALS, DEALS, DEALS! That's right it's that time of the year. Black Friday is the day after Thanksgiving, regarded as the firs...

Being prepared for college

Logan Firkins, Reporter

December 6, 2017

Being prepared for college and life after school, in general, is something that most students are concerned about and even fear. There are many ways that teens can get themselves prepared and settle these fears. Carrie Engelbrecht...

The spooks never have to end

Katelynn Mace, Reporter

December 6, 2017

Spooky vibes never have to end.  As Halloween is over as well as Thanksgiving the scary Fall feelings don’t have to leave.  Paranormal Activity is something people spend hours watching TV shows about, reading, and researching...

Speech class is helping the students

Allyssa DeHosse, Reporter

December 6, 2017

Dina Shipley is the speech teacher at Princeton Community High School. She has been teaching for nine years, she said. Shipley says that speech should be required because its is important to know how to communicate well. ...

PCHS is popping tags

Makenna Coleman, Reporter

December 6, 2017

  Thrift shops have been around for many years. Most teens don’t necessarily think of thrift shops as places to shop. However, many find gems at a low price all the time! Jacob Welton, Senior has been thrifting for ...

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