October 17, 2017 - Ms. Slaughter’s first grade students at Tenaha Elementary School are participating in a program called XtraMath. The goal of this program is to increase speed and accuracy in arithmetic.
October 16, 2017 - Each month teachers nominate students that exhibit outstanding qualities in and out of the classroom. Students that are featured each month display leadership skills, inspires others to excel and are committed to promoting a positive attitude towards achieving their goals.
October 12, 2017 - Homecoming will proceed as scheduled. Due to injuries, Mount Enterprise has to forfeit, but Kipp Northeast Academy out of Houston has agreed to fill in! Join us for a great day of fellowship, fun, football, and Tiger Tradition. This year’s theme is “Tiger Tough, Texas Strong!”
There will be a Homecoming Pep Rally Friday, Oct. 13th at 10:30 in The Pit. School will release at 11:30.
October 10, 2017 - A time honored tradition continues at Tenaha Independent School District. Tenaha ISD recognizes those that have displayed outstanding dedication and commitment to their community. Through the years numerous members have been initiated into the Hall of Honor.
The process begins with nominations from members of the community. A committee then begins the difficult task of deciding who will be chosen. This year’s committee has named Cicily Cross-Blair and Reginald Davis III to be the 2017 Hall of Honor Inductees.
September 27, 2017 - October is Breast Cancer Awareness month. The Tenaha Tigers are hosting the annual Pink Out Game on Friday, October 20th at Raymond Jackson Stadium. The Tigers will be playing the Wortham Bulldogs. Kick off will be at 7pm.
September 6, 2017 - Tenaha Elementary School has set their annual Parent Night for grades PK-5. The meetings are designed as group meetings for parents to become familiar with the class expectations and procedures for their child.
August 9, 2017 - Statement From Tenaha ISD Superintendent Scott Tyner:
We have been informed by the TISD Chief of Police and the Shelby County Sheriff's Office that formal charges have been brought against a now former employee of the District for an improper relationship between educator and a student. Upon report, school administrators immediately contacted law enforcement to make them aware of the allegations. At that time, all matters as they relate to the employee in question have been handled as a criminal investigation in accordance with State law.