The Cougar Claw

Letters to the editor February 2013

February 13, 2013

Dear Editor, I want the school to encourage students to participate in any activities or fine arts that they want. Throughout my high school life I have participated in band, volleyball, track, and art. These experiences have ...

Phases the new kid faces

Phases the new kid faces

November 6, 2012

College: A manageable fire

Alexis Aguilar, Staff Writer

November 6, 2012

"Someone could walk into this room and say your life is on fire, its all over the evening news, all about the fire in your life on the evening news," written and sung much more elegantly by Paul Simon and most likely pertainin...

Time flies when you’re already late

Alexis Aguren, co-editor-in-chief

May 4, 2012

             This is a piece for the non-bus riding, solo riders, car poolers, speeding down 249-ers, frequently called tardy to first period kids, we know how you feel.             Three tardies for...

Time and place for every app

Karli Burghoff, Staff Writer

March 30, 2012

Take a look on what is happening in the world today. Local news seems outdated compared to the News Feed. Time with family in the evening is deemed ridiculous when you could be slicing fruit on a small screen. Walking your dog...

Vocational classes a smarter way to go

Alec Madere, Online Editor

December 12, 2011

Not everyone in Tomball High school will go to college. The school seems to be solely focused on preparing students for college, when there is little to no emphasis on preparing the students who do not want to go to universit...

Nerds: Open for Self-Interpretation

Leanne Haas, Staff Writer

December 12, 2011

    7:30. Eat breakfast. Finish geometry project early. Work on homework due Monday. Spend the rest of the day with friends. This is the schedule of most academically inclined students with a social life and yes,...

Smaller staff, budget cuts have class sizes swelling

Staff Editorial

September 12, 2011

It is the first day of school and the class begins to feel a bit uneasy as the thirty fifth person walks in with more on the way. Some classes have grown to the thirties and even forties and in many cases students have been left...

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