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Principal John Mehlbrech says goodbye
by Sofia Colignon | news editor Sitting in his office, a million things on his mind, principal John Mehlbrech begins to prepare for his retirement, which will happen at the beginning of the semester. As he says his goodbyes to the faculty and stud (More)
Fashion design students are popping tags with a thrift store
By Lauryn Hughes | staff writer  Dozens of racks are set up and clothes are freshly pressed as Johnson’s fashion designers hang them up in preparation for the “Jag Exchange." This unique experience offered here on campus  for the first time, crea (More)
Jags donate to make a difference
by Eric Martinez| Staff writer The holiday season has lead to numerous donation and fundraising drives across the Johnson campus. “We are doing a toy drive because we are adopting an elementary school that we are going to just to give each of t (More)
All I want for Christmas is to pass finals
by Ashlyn Swain| Staff writer ‘Twas the night before finals when all through the house, not a creature was stirring, not even a mouse… Except for junior Jacob Quintero, who was cramming every bit of information into his mind that he could. He wept (More)
ROTC student joining the Navy
by David Kent | staff writer Ever since he was in the fifth grade, senior Wade Largent has wanted to join ROTC, and this year makes his fourth and final year in the military program. Since joining ROTC at the start of his freshman year, Largent ha (More)
Finals Week is approaching; here's what you need to know
by Lauryn Chavez | Staff writer Semester reviews are being handed out in classes, exemption forms are being signed, and students are studying intensely as the first day of finals approaches on Dec. 18. Final exams will be during certain periods on (More)
OSS event moved to December instead of the usual January date
Emma Fischer| feature editor NEISD's annual One Singular Sensation is set for Dec. 15 and 16 this year instead of the usual January or February weekend. “OSS(One Singular Sensation) is about how all of the schools in the district; their dance a (More)
Orchestra brings holiday spirit to campus
by Jonah Besenty | staff writer On December 6th, Orchestra will be hosting a large concert after school alongside a Christmas tree farm where people who have purchased wreaths from the orchestra can pick up their orders. “The company that is pr (More)
Jag Student Media returns from Chicago with recognition
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New test prep takes learning to uncommon places
by Jonah Besenty | staff writer A new test prep application is readily available in the library on launchpad, and it’s called Learning Express. It allows students to practice any placement test that is available in the country and the new program (More)
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