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IFHS Tiger Times October 2010

IFHS Tiger Times October 2010

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Student newspaper for Idaho Falls High School which I advise. This is our first edition of the year (finally), October 2010.
Student newspaper for Idaho Falls High School which I advise. This is our first edition of the year (finally), October 2010.

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 THE TIGER TIMES OCTOBER 2010
Lra, Spt. 24 - Oct. 23
Some strong magnetism exists between youand someone you meet this Halloween. You’re ex-pected to join in with social events. If you aren’t in the mood, don’t feel obliged to participate.
Sagttarus, Nov. 22 - Dc. 20
Someone is up to some imaginative fun and
frolics. Could that someone be you? The more ex
-ible your plans are at this time, the more you willenjoy yourself. A friend is grateful for a tip you’rewilling to give them.
Caprcorn, Dc. 21 - Jan. 19
Creativity ows and there’s a lot of passion in
 the air this Halloween. A friend or loved-one’s re-action to a question or proposal you put to themmight surprise you. Be sure to keep your promises.
Aquarus, Jan. 20 - F. 18
Don’t let your enthusiasm for life and enjoy-ment tempt you to overspend. You will have funeven if you are careful about expenses. You mightdetect a hint of deceit or dishonesty this evening.
All is not as it rst appears.
Pscs, F. 19 - March 20
There’s something really spooky going on andyou can’t help thinking like that. You’re more sensi- tive to atmosphere and there may be one or twomoments this Halloween when you will be con-vinced you’ve seen a real ghost.
Ars, March 21-Aprl 19
You should get together with friends and othersat a Halloween party. Make sure to wear a striking costume. JSome good times are near for you, and
you can denitely see the light at the end of this
long dark tunnel.
Taurus, Aprl 20 - May 20
Change challenges you. You’re never at easewhen circumstances are shifting and right nowsome important things are going on in your life. Youseem not to have time for parties, but you shouldat least make an appearance. It won’t be easy and there are a few mountains you will have to climbbut you have the energy and stamina to cope. Per-severe, and you will triumph in time.
Gmn, May 21- Jun 21
Some interesting days are ahead. At Hallow-een, something extravagant and a little bizarre willmake for a more mysterious evening. You get thechance to make some interesting new alliancesand Cupid could also be involved. Be prepared forsurprises!
Lo, March 21 - Aprl 19
You always want to look your best and youmight meet someone around this time who intro-duces you to a new diet or exercise program. It
might sound like you will get t the easy way but
 there’s probably more to it than others are making out. Even so, if you want to make a difference thisis a good time to make an effort to get in shape.
Cancr, Jun 22 - July 22
 You’re feeling lucky at this time. Dreams are vivid aroundHalloween. People visit you in yourdreams; some faces you will recog-nize, others will be unfamiliar.
 Vrgo, Aug. 23 - Sp. 23
A friend or neighbor appreciatesyour practical and careful personal-ity. They might be planning a specialevent for this evening and with yourhelp all will come together perfectly. You have a great way of keeping  things calm and orderly when chaos threatens.
Scorpo, March 21- Aprl 19
 You might feel it’s time for a change. Aseries of events will make you realize itis time to take on new long-term commit-ments probably of the professional kind. This willput you on a new career path and you will start tofeel more optimistic for the future. Your biggestconcern this Halloween will be keeping an over-excitable child calm.
Source: http://www.haunted--houses.com/horoscopes/ land-horoscope.htm
 
INSIDE THIS ISSUEPAGE
Editor-In-Chief 
Amanda Johnston
News Editors
Cody Bowyer Shayla Skillings
 Sports Editor
Austen Kutsche
Features Editor
Ciara Shaul
ArtsEnt Editor
 Teleigh Martinez
 Staff 
Deja BelnapCourtney BishtonMatthew CampbellBrandon ColeSkyler Fullmer Michael Ginosar Makenzi Gunter Karenna Jeffs Jonathan LathamHope Miller Kelcey Moore Jose Paulino-Salvador Oliver Reed
Adviser
Ryan Hansen
 STAFF 
 
2010-2011
POLICY 
The Tiger Times, a legally recognized public forum for stu-dent expression, is published six to nine times a year by theNewspaper Class for studentsof Idaho Falls High School.Expression made by students inthe exercise of the freedom of  speech or freedom of press isnot an expression of District 91 school board policy. The viewsexpressed in The Tiger Times donot necessarily represent theview of the entire staff, adviser IFHS administration or the SchoolDistrict 91 administration.© 2010 The Tiger Times. All rights reserved.
CONTACT
The Tiger TimesIdaho Falls High School601 S. HolmesIdaho Falls, ID 83401Phone: (208) 525-7740FAX: (208) 525-7768
FACebOOk:
www.facebook.com/tigertimes
e-MAiL:
iftigertimes@gmail.com
COST:
Single editions are free.
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 OCTOBER ARTIST OF THEMONTH
GEORGE
 STEVENS,
 SENIOR
 HAUNTED HOROSCOPES
With the new year,new obstacleswere brought up
for the rst part of 
school.How are you adjusting to this year? We’vescattered tips throughout the paper to help youhave an easy time at IF. Did we leave anything out? Tell us at iftigertimes@gmail.com or face-book.com/tigertimes.
 TIGER TIPS
 
NEWS
 OCTOBER 2010
IFHS TIGER TIMES
SHAYLA SKILLINGS
& CODY BOWYER
EDITORS
Shayla Skillings
News Editor 
Geingtothesouthbuild
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ingsatIdahoFallsHighSchoolgotalilemoredicultthisyearasthedistricthasrestrict
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edstudentsfromgeingtoclassthroughtheeldorfromwherethebussesareparked.Andtoaddtothatchal
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lenge,passingperiodsaretwominutesshorteratveminutes.Teachersarecrackingdownonthetardypolicy,andstu
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dentswhohaveanupstairsclassandthentheirnexthouroutsidearen’thappy.“Itdoesn’tgivethekidsenoughfreedomfromschool,”JePe
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tersen,sophomore,said.“Sev
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enminutesgaveanescapeandwecouldtalkwithourfriends.That’sgonenow.”“Ihavetosprinttomyout
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sideclasssecondhour,”JohnMiller,senior,said.“I’mnewithsixclasses,butdidwere
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allyneedachange?”PrincipalRandyHurleyaskedteachersinthestadiumclassestolimittravelthroughthepracticeeldthisyear.“Nograssgrowsintheplacesthatpathwaysaremade,”hesaid.“Theeldisinreallypoorcon
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dition.ItwassobadthatthefootballplayershadtomovetheirpracticestoTaylorview JuniorHighSchool.”Inthewinterstudentswalkinonepathtotheirclasses,Hurleysaid,anditiswearingdowntheeld.Studentsarentallowedtowalkthroughthebusareaaswell.Hurleysaidthisisaplaceforthebussestomovearoundandpark.“Bussesarealwayscomingandgoingandtheydon’twanttohavepedestriantractolookfor,”Hurleysaid.“Therearenowspecicareaspaintedforstudentstowalkclosetothebuildings,andthe buseswillnotbeabletoevendriveinthoseplaces.”
Students adjust to new schedule
 Jonathan Latham
Staff Reporter 
Thebellrings,hhourdrawstoanend.Asyousmellthefreedomoftheendoftheschoolday,itdawnsonyou,youhave300secondstogettoyournextandnalclassoftheday.Thehottopicinthehallsthisyearisthenewscheduleanditsawsandsuccesses.Asstudentslearntoadjusttothenewschedule,somepositiveshavesurfaced.“Itdoesn’tbotherme,”CraigHerron,senior,said.“Itdenitelysetsafasterpacethroughthedayratherthansluggingthroughit.”Lunchperiod,perhaps,hasbeenaectedthemost.“Wehavenotimeatlunchsowecan’tgoanywhereandmakeitbackintime,”RachelAlmason,sophomore,said.“I’mpret
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tysureeverykidthinksthatrightnow.”“Changingstategraduationrequire
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mentsmadeitanecessitytoaltertheschedule.”PrincipalRandyHurleysaid,referencingthestate’smandatetoincreasecreditsformathandscience.“Theem
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phasisrightnowistoconvertthetrimes
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terclassestoyear-longclasses.Thisgivesteachersandstudentsabeeropportunitytogettoknoweachotheranditletsteach
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ersaddressindividualstudent’sneeds.”Students,however,feeltheycan’ttrydierentclasses.“Ihatethelackofex
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ibility,”AimeeEchols,sophomore,said.“ItforcesmetotakeclassesIhavetotakeinsteadoftheonesIwanttotake.IwantedtoswitchmydebateclasstoLincolnDoug
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lasdebateclass,butcan’tbecauseI’mstuckinthesamemathclass.It’slimitedmyaca
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demicoptions.”
ASHLeY STOkeR/TiGeR TiMeS
Students use the sidewalk on 7th Street as per administrative instruction. The longer route has caused tardiesfor students whose classes are in the rooms near the stadium.
New graduation requirements force changes
IF HS
 YOU SAY SO ...
How do you like the new  schedule? 
“I enjoy the sixty minuteclasses, but I think not onlydoes the shorten lunch givekids less time, but they have to stay closer to the schoolwhich makes everywhere alot busier which makes kidslater even more.”
- Carson Harrawood, junor
“I don’t like the sixth pe-riod, and the shorter lunchreally sucks.”
- Paul Jacson, junor
“It’s denitely difcult, I
feel like there’s no break in the day and I really feel theshorter lunch.”
- Dr Clfford,drama tachr
 TIGER TIPS
Study hard! Get good grades! Not to sound like your mom, but high school is the beginning of the restof your life. Take it seriously.

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