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Safe Driving Club plans to meet with the City Council to pass legislation
by Sofia Colignon | staff writer During Thanksgiving break, the Safe Driving Club, will be attending to a meeting with the members of the San Antonio City Council to discuss public awareness campaigns in any way in order to educate the public abou (More)
Eight athletes sign their letters
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New tardy policies make exemptions harder
by Lauren Loveless | staff writer Exemption forms will be due in December and students might find that the new tardy sweeps will have a greater impact on their exam schedule than anticipated. “Just like absences, [tardy sweeps] are documented; (More)
Johnson counselor puts in extra effort to help struggling teens
By Elly Beauchamp | Staff Writer When students feel they are falling behind and need some extra support, in school support groups lead by STAN counselor Lisa Williams, can help students be successful in and out of the school setting. As of now, th (More)
#NoFilter : Why spam accounts are filling up your feed
by Courtney Smith | editor-in-chief Instagram made its launch in 2010, when the current class of 2018 was only in fifth grade. It seemed as though every smartphone was equipped with the photo sharing app, and the purpose seemed to turn from keepin (More)
CTJ's first haunted house a visual success
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New uniforms for band's new show
by Jeremy Reyes|staff writer Band takes the field this year with a new show and a new uniform to match - bringing home first place from Bands of America Austin. “Band gets new uniforms on a seven year basis through the district and they supply (More)
New legislation following family's tragic loss
by Lauren Loveless | staff writer In January of 2016, after months of being bullied on social media, Alamo Heights student David Molak took his life. In the time since then, his family has sought to make sure that other students could find protect (More)
Johnson kicks back the year with annual homecoming
by Paris Lopez |staff writer Back to school means it’s time for homecoming - the annual Texas tradition that means mums, a homecoming court and, hopefully, a win on the football field. This year’s homecoming takes place on Saturday September 30 at (More)
Teachers crack down on tardies with new procedure
by Victoria Ramirez | staff writer With the new school year starting up and students getting a feel for the hallways again, teachers are taking the initiative to make sure students spend more time in the classroom and not in the hallways with new (More)
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