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TheTigerTimes.com Goes Public

November 30, 2010 by

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If you’re reading this here on the Internet, then this is less news than history, but perhaps you haven’t heard about all of the outlets available to Tiger Times readers. The Tiger Times newspaper has made an enormous amount of progress since it was first formed decades ago. Just recently, the Tiger Times became the […]

Lunar Calendar Makes Birthdays Bi-Yearly

November 29, 2010 by

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Every culture in the world has key differences. In the Chinese culture, two calendars are used in everyday life. The regular calendar that native Americans use is the calendar that everyone follows. But there is also the lunar calendar, which is based on the phases of the moon. Every year, the lunar calendar starts at […]

Pumpkin Cookies are a Great Autumn Treat

November 25, 2010 by

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Looking for a great holiday treat this year? These delicious pumpkin cookies are sure to be a hit among children and adults of all ages.  Whether you’re making them for a party or just to share at home, you won’t be disappointed once you take a bite of this enjoyable dessert. Ingredients needed for cookie […]

Volleyball Tournament is Big Hit

November 24, 2010 by

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On Friday, November 12th, FAHS held a volleyball tournament in the main gym. Games started at 3:00 p.m. after school. A total of thirteen teams participated in the tournament, and competition was fierce. Teams were made of a minimum of six players, each with at least two girls. A $3.00 donation was required by each […]

Students Spend Germanic Evening at Liederkranz

November 24, 2010 by

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Guten Tag! German-lovers from FAHS recently had a chance to go on an “Evening of German” held at the Reading Liederkranz on November 17th. Other schools also made an appearance to witness the festivities. Herr Rudy, current German teacher and German club advisor for FAHS, stated, “This is my third year we have gone since I have […]

“Frosty Fairytale” an FAHS Reality

November 23, 2010 by

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It’s beginning to feel like a lot like that time of the year once again. The leaves are changing, the days are getting shorter, and it’s only a matter of time before the snow begins its annual onslaught. All of these signs point to one thing, and it’s not Christmas. The annual Holiday Ball, one […]

Seniors…Are You Ready for College?

November 23, 2010 by

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Are you currently a senior at Fleetwood High School? Have you started preparing for and applying to colleges, universities, technical schools, or even jobs? Kyle Kercher and Amanda Rhoad already have. They have both begun the adventure of preparing for college. Amanda Rhoad said, “I’ve taken the SATs, sent my transcripts, visited BTI, and applied online.” “I’ve […]