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Cafeteria offers another breakfast option
by Michelle Brooks | staff writer A new breakfast line has been opened to help anyone who arrives late to campus to grab breakfast and get to class on time. The new installment is primarily supposed to solve the issue of tardies but it can also he (More)
PTA prepares for Project Graduation
On graduation day, Reilly Hanson’s mom and dad and grandparents will all watch him watch her walk the stage at commemoration. After going to a dinner and talking about what her future plans are, she will driving back up to Johnson to hop on a bus to (More)
Five NEISD proms set for same date in April
by Laura Navarro | staff writer Prom is just around the corner, and students are getting ready for the big day. However, this year five schools in NEISD, Johnson, Reagan, MacArthur, Madison, and Churchill, are having their prom on April 8. This ma (More)
Seniors nominated for McDonald's All-American
By Victoria Ramirez | staff writer Coming in first in districts, the Lady Jaguars 2016-2017 team might be the best yet adding to their accomplishments not one but two starters nominated for the McDonald’s All-American basketball games. “The Mc (More)
Valentine's Day on campus
by Alexis McCutchan | staff writer Valentine's Day on a high school campus means roses, candy and stuff animals - but as with other holidays, the administration is asking students to refrain from unnecessary distractions. “Things that can or would (More)
New season, new track
by Michelle Brooks | staff writer Track athletes can look forward to a new practice track on campus.  Although it won’t be ready by the first meet of track season, the new track was provided by the same bond that resulted in turf on the practice f (More)
The deadline for course selections is right around the corner
by Aleeha Shah | news editor As the year comes nearer to an end and the next year approaches, the time has come for students to select their courses for the following school year. In the past, this would have been a time when everyone got those hu (More)
Student organizations give back for the holidays
by Victoria Ramirez | staff writer Organizations like Student Council, the dance and drill teams, and pep squad are doing everything they can to become leaders and ambassadors for our school. “This year for the 2016-2017 school year [we] start (More)
BYOD in full swing
by Caitlin Blackmon | feature editor Since the BYOD program was implemented, senior Nick Cryer has observed several posters around school advertising BYOD and explaining what it means for students. “Yes, I’ve seen it on posters around the campu (More)
Students plan for future
by Laura Navarro | staff writer Some people don’t spend time thinking about what they want to do after high school and consequently, there are some requirements are needed that students may not know about. “Certain college majors, such as those (More)
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