The Paw

Publications students rewarded for their hard work

By Nancy Mayer, Adviser

September 8, 2011

For the third year in a row, the Tiger yearbook has won a silver medal from the Columbia Scholastic Press Association. While the kids are hungry for the gold, a silver medal still means the yearbook is one of the best in the United States. In addition, both HiSpots (our print newspaper) and the yearbook...

Athletics department pays for new trophy cases

By Raymond Corral, Design Editor

September 6, 2011

As students enter Tigard High on the first day, they will notice a change outside of the big gym: The old trophy cases, rusty and unorganized, are going through a renovation. Is the district really spending money on trophy cases instead of lending some of the budget to the programs that will be cut...

Business days a success

By Patrick Yassa, Staff Writer

September 1, 2011

The Commons were buzzing with activity Aug 30 and Sept 1, as "Business Days" were implemented for the first time. The area was set up with various stations, manned by volunteers and students from the National Honor Society, to get some "business" done before school starts. Parents and students were...