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Social studies trips only on a break
by Lauryn Hughes | staff writer Summers used to mean travel abroad for students who would sign up for trips sponsored by social studies teacher Justin Felux. Student history enthusiasts have looked forward to Felux trips around the globe, but the (More)
Icy weather forces Feb 19 make-up day
By Jonah Besenty|Staff Writer The ice day on Jan 16 will be made up President’s Day.  “It’s gonna be Feb 19 because the State of Texas requires students to attend a certain number of days each year. If we were to miss another day, then we have (More)
English teachers create podcast to enhance learning
by Sofia Colignon | staff writer English teachers Daniel Farias and Julia Whitfield have decided to create a podcast of their own for their AP English IV students.  Called the "The Sieve," each episode is an extension of a topic discussed in class (More)
A duel between AP and Dual credit
by Elly Beauchamp | Staff Writer According to the College Board, the average cost of a school year at private colleges averages around $34,740 while public school costs average around $9,970. However, some students are cutting these costs by takin (More)
Johnson Cheer takes home third UIL win
by Sofia Colignon | staff writer For the third time in a row, the Johnson High School Cheer team took home the trophy after winning the annual University Interscholastic League (UIL) spirit competition on Jan 13.  The cheerleaders had been prepari (More)
Now is the time to begin dropping classes
by David Kent| staff writer With the end of first semester quickly approaching, a time window has opened up to students all over campus to begin changing electives for second semester. “Once we get those first few weeks of a semester, a student (More)
The Archibald Project and its impact
by Emma Fisher & Alexis McCutchan The Archibald Project is a non profit organization that strives to give orphans the voice they need and followed junior Brooklin Harris and her family on their (More)
A tale as old as time comes to Johnson's stage
By Elly Beauchamp | Staff Writer As students return to Johnson after the two week long break, Johnson theatre is preparing to premiere their show ‘Beauty and the Beast’ on Feb. 1, 2 and 3 at 7 p.m. and Feb. 4 at 2 p.m. Tickets are $15 for reserved (More)
Finals will pass, will you?
by Lauren Loveless | staff writer December: the month that spreads holiday cheer, but also welcomes the stress of final exams. Starting on December 19 and ending December 22, all students will take final exams. With that, teachers stress the impor (More)
Stopping sexual harassment before it starts
by Arianna Michaud | staff writer The current news cycle is being dominated by countless stories of well-known people exposed for harassment. These stories have brought two questions to mind; where does harassment start and how can we stop it? (More)
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