The Tiger Times

November 30, 2018-3rd Edition

Thank you!

Thank you for reading The Tiger Times , Third Edition. This newspaper was written by Ms.Anderson's 5th grade class!

Inspirational Quote

You attract what you are , not what you want. If you want great then be great. -Tony Gaskins

By: Noah Dowdican

Educational Quote

The expert at anything was once the beginner. -Helen Hayes

By: Noah Dowdican

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The November sunshine students are.....

Harrison Choate

Morgan Mosley

Ben Benoist

Keira Kelly

Alyssa Branson

Dominic Stice

Riker Wilson

Veniamin Gubarev

Bailey Caswell

Kraden Mayes

Isabella Kessler

Maddi Watson

Shayla Long

Ashlynn Brazier

Cash Copley

Ava Koch

Hudson Volk

Olivia Ice

Kyson Brede

Annabelle Westbrook

Matthew Sawyer

Ostin Harrington

Brayden Perkins

Cassidy Creed

Bryson Keller

Cora Werner

By: Kayla Wagner + Peyton Morning

The AR Store!

Q: What is the AR Store for?

A: To help kids encourage to read, when students test on them, they can get AR points to go to the AR Store. If they meet their AR goal at 85% comprehension, they can shop at the AR Store. They can use the points they have at the AR Store. AR encourages students to read often and enjoy many books. Mrs.Hall has some of the items that is in the AR Store in the Library’s window. Kids can start looking there.” She has books, dairies , posters,

toys ,and etc. comprehension and get more prizes at the AR Store!

By: Halie Hamilton and Jenna Bittle

The Little Proud American's program!

The first graders put on a program for Veterans day. They sang some songs for the Houston Elementary School during the middle of the day, that night they put it on again for the parents of the first graders.

All of the Houston Elementary School was really proud of them. On Veterans day,they sang one of the songs that they sang at the school program for the Veterans.We thank the Veterans that fought for our wonderful country that we live in.

By: Halie Hamilton , and William Keller

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Student Spotlight

We are proud to present our student spotlight...Millie Manier!

Q. How old are you?

A. "I am 8 years old”.

Q. When is your birthday?

A. “My birthday is on October 26th”.

Q. Do you have any brothers or sisters?

A. “Yes, I have two sisters”.

Q. What are their names?

A. “Their names are Nola and Kora”.

Q. Do you have any pets?

A. "Yes, I have two kittens, 1 cat, and 1 dog”.

Q. What is your favorite sport?

A. “My favorite sport is baseball".

Q. Do you play any sports?

A. "Yes, I play baseball".

Q. What do you want be when you grow up?

A. "When I grow up I want to be a teacher”.

Q. Do you have a Dream Vacation?

A. “Yes, I want to go to Florida”.

Q. Do you have a Dream Car?

A. “Yes, a white Ford truck"

Q. What is your favorite thing to do at school?

A. "I like to do math groups”.

By: EthanT. Branum & Carli F. Cummins

Deer season!

Deer season is my favorite time of the year. In the state of Missouri, you have to be six to fifteen years old to deer hunt in youth season. If you are five years old or younger you can’t hunt. If you want to attend Hunter Safety Firearm and Archery Course, you must be at least ten years of age. If you pass, and you are ten to fifteen years old, then you have to get a junior license. If you are sixteen you must get a valid adult license to hunt. That is everything you need to know about deer season! If you are youth deer hunter I hope you get a 12 point buck!

Good Luck!

By: Elyjia Turrubiates, DJ Riley and Kaden Beasley

Teacher Spotlight!

We wanted to know more about Mrs.Taylor so, We went down to the 1st grade to ask Mrs.Taylor some questions.

Q. Why did you want to be a teacher A. She found it fun to teach and help kids grow.

Q. What did you want to teach?

A. She wanted to teach older grades, but she now likes younger grades.

Q. What college did you go to?

A. She said Beyou Viasta Marshfield, Ohio.

Q. How long have you been a teacher?

A. 7 years

Q. What grades have you taught ?

A. K-1 one class private school . 6-8 all class private school, only 3 days a week to 2 years. 3rd,and 2nd special ed.

By: William Keller and Cassidy Creed

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Girls Sport Spotlight!

For the girls sport spotlight, we picked Kynlee Weaver. She loves basketball, thought that she would be perfect or the job. Here is what she said.

Q . How long have you been playing basketball?

A . “I’ve been playing for 8 years.”

Q . If you had to choose between basketball or soccer, what would you choose?

A . “I choose basketball over soccer.”

Q . When you play basketball what is your number.

A . “My number is #30.”

Q . What is your favorite basketball team?

A . “My favorite basketball team is the Houston Tigers”.

Q . What makes you love basketball?

A . “What makes me love basketball is that we get to work together and because it is fun.”

Q . Who’s your favorite couch?

A . “My favorite couch is Couch Lee”.

Q . What made you start playing?

A . “I saw my sister Emilee play, and she inspired me.”

Q . Would you ever want to be a famous player?

A . “Yes I would like to be a famous player in collage.”

Q . What is your nickname in basketball?

A . “My nickname in basketball is Big Booty Judy”.

By: Laura-Lynn McNutt and Amber Lee

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Turkey In Disguise!

All fifth grade classes did the Turkey in Disguise project. It’s a paper turkey that you dress up. The main idea is to dress up a turkey so it does not get eaten for thanksgiving! Some people did football players, pigs , chickens , flowers , and other

different disguises. So if you are looking for a turkey don’t go by miss Wanda’s or you just might blow their cover!

By: Makilah Creagor, Peyton Morning and Kayla Wagner

The Artsonia Winner!

Reese Wilson feels so happy that she won the Artsonia reward , and that she got to give art supplies to our school.This is her first time being on Artsonia.Wilson loves to draw , Wilson said that every day after school she draws in her room on her bed. She said one of her favorite drawing was the scarecrow in the field. She added a horse to the background because she said it looked cool. Wilson is also happy that she got art supplies!

By: William Keller , and Kayla Wagner

Christmas Door Decorating Contest

The annual Christmas Door Contest has begun! Which teacher will win? Stay tuned! Story and photos to come in the next edition.

Classroom Christmas Parties

Thursday, Dec. 20th, 2pm

423 West Pine Street

Houston, MO

2:00-2:45 p.m.


December 10 - Santa holiday Hoedown 4th and 5th grade program

Rehearsal-(1:00) Performance - (6:00)

December 20-Christmas Parties 2:00-2:45 p.m.

November - December- Christmas Cards for residents of area nursing homes.

Art Club

November - December - Session

January - February - Session 2

March - April - Session 3

December 21-January 4 -Christmas Break

January 7 -Back to school

January 21 -No School Martin Luther King Day

Note From The Teacher

The next TIGER TIMES will be out on December permitting!