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Aurevoir to our retiring, resigning teachers
by Lauryn Hughes | staff writer At the heart of Johnson high school there are teachers who have made contributions to making the school a better place ever since it opened. However, at the end of the 2018-2019 school year some of our teachers will (More)
Campus welcomes young artists this summer
If you’re seeking to improve your art skills this summer then this the new “Art Camp” is for you. From June 24-27, the art teachers will be hosting art camp in hopes to kick off a great yearly summer art camp that’s available for high school students (More)
Jags run for funds
The Jammin’ Jag 5K is a run for Johnson athletes, family, friends or just about anyone. This event is taking place on June 1 and is hoping for a bigger pool of people than last year. “[The turnout]’s not very good, because the response has been v (More)
Next year brings new security measures
by David Kent | staff writer North East Independent School District has moved forward with increased security measures such as new clear-backpack policy and metal detector wands. With the school year coming to a close, new security measures are be (More)
Oh the places they'll go: senior choices take them all over the map
Theatre finishes school year with senior directed plays
by Sofia Colignon | news editor As the year draws to a close, the theatre department finishes the year its own way, with their annual senior directed plays. The plays will be held on May 30 and 31. Tickets are five dollars for each show, and 15 do (More)
Johnson over the years
by Sofia Colignon | news editor Johnson High School turned 10 last year and, although it is a relatively new school, some differences can be found in different aspects of it. Some things never change, especially when talking about a 10 year-old sc (More)
The cure for finals
Lauryn Chavez | Staff Writer The time for Final Exams is coming up again, and with that exam exemptions. Exam exemption forms are available in the attendance office upon request. Completed forms should be returned to the main office as soon as pos (More)
Seniors, underclassmen face end of year financial obligations
by Eric Martinez | staff writer As the year begins to wrap up many seniors and underclassmen still have fees that are due. From textbooks, athletics, clubs, or anything else. “They have to turn in they’re textbooks, a lot of them might have par (More)
School may be out, but not all the work is done
by Emma Fischer|feature editor When the final bell rings on June 6, not everyone is done for the school year. Although students disperse and push to be let out, not everyone leaves. There is a lot of work to still get done. “District office ch (More)
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