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Wind chill advisory precautions for Feb. 19

From Staff Reports, Hi-Times

February 18, 2015

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From Assistant Principal Tim Carter: The wind chill value is expected to be zero or lower when students arrive at school Thursday. We will require students to either go to the cafeteria or the wooden floor gym in the morning....

Media Center reading contest winners announced

From Staff Reports, Hi-Times

February 13, 2015

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Results of the Media Center's I Love Reading contest have been announced. Tatiyan Arnold won the Book Basket and iTunes Gift Card. Brianna Polk won the Barnes & Noble Gift. Free Book Winners were Taimayia Grady, Sanders...

April Friar named THS, TPSD Teacher of the Year

Morgan Southworth, Hi-Times Editor-in-Chief

February 6, 2015

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Teacher of the Year is the award granted to the teacher who has gone above and beyond in his or her duties, earning schoolwide recognition of the teacher’s actions. Tupelo High School has declared this year’s Teacher of the...

New wave of debaters competes

Kaitlin Flowers, Hi-Times Staff Writer

February 6, 2015

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There’s no argument here that the Debate Team is on the upswing. The team has gained 12 new members this year, a fairly large amount according to the team’s coach, Rand Hinds. The Debate Team represents Tupelo High School...

THS says ‘konnichiwa’ to Japanese class

Morgan Southworth, Hi-Times Editor-in-Chief

February 6, 2015

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Though it is not required to graduate, Tupelo High School offers several foreign language classes, including French, Spanish, German and Latin. Now, however, word has quickly spread of a new foreign language that will be offered...

DECA sweeps district contest

Emily Wright, Hi-Times Staff Writer

February 6, 2015

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Tupelo High School’s Distributive Education Clubs of America, commonly known as DECA, continued Tupelo’s tradition of excellence by dominating district competition Jan. 16 at Itawamba Community College’s Belden campus. DECA,...

Northern Loop: Faster means or speed trap?

Emily Wright, Hi-Times Staff Writer

February 6, 2015

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The Northern Loop, which connects Coley Road, Mount Vernon, Highway 78 and Barnes Crossing Road, opened in September. This $10.5 million road has decreased the amount of time it takes students, especially tuition students, to ge...

The road ahead: Election Day 2014

Treyce Bannerman, Hi-Times Staff Writer

December 12, 2014

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A Republican tidal wave swept through Nov. 4. Voters took to the polls to determine the country’s leaders for the next two years. The results were clear: the American people felt it was time for a change. This past election...

Class of 2015 bids farewell to early graduates

Morgan Southworth, Hi-Times Assistant Editor

December 12, 2014

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Every December, early graduates from all over the United States say goodbye to their peers and vacate their high school grounds for the last time, leaving behind memories and fellow peers who must toil through one more semester...

Holidays inspire THS students to give back

Emily Wright, Hi-Times Staff Writer

December 12, 2014

Filed under Features, News

During Thanksgiving and Christmas holidays, many people start becoming kinder and give back to their community more often, but students at Tupelo High School give back to the community year-round. Every year on Thanksgiving...

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