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Six NEISD students to go on trip to Japan
by Lauryn Hughes | staff writer Sophomore Lauren Loveless is one of sixSi NEISD Japanese language students that has been accepted through an application process to go on a 9 day trip to Japan. Loveless has been the only Johnson student out of many (More)
Johnson High School celebrates National Poetry Month
by Jonah Besenty | staff writer National Poetry Month was introduced in 1996 by the Academy of American Poets. The campus celebrates National Poetry Month by doing blackout poetry, an event that takes place the entire month of April. Blackout poet (More)
Ready, Set, Don't go: Things that can keep seniors from walking the stage
by Sofia Colignon | staff writer As the school year comes to a close, many seniors start to get excited about graduation, whether they’ve met the requirements they need in order to be able to walk in the ceremony that will be held on Saturday, Jun (More)
Bluebonnets are blooming on campus, just like Claudia would have wanted
by Alexis McCutchan | photo editor & Arianna Michaud | staff writer April brings a wealth of wildflowers to the campus - a fitting legacy to the campus' namesake, Claudia Taylor "Lady Bird" Johnson.  Since the school opened ten years ago, a va (More)
Goodbye winter, hello late college applications
staff writer | Lauren Loveless Spring brings the last minute manic senior search for college applications, but for students like Lawrence Belai, applications aren’t an issue. Instead, he chooses to take a year to acclimate to adult life before goi (More)
These cats will love you a latte
by Elly Beauchamp | staff writer Casey Steuart, a San Antonio animal rescuer, was fed up with finding stray cats alone in parking lots and abandoned buildings. So, on National Cat day of last year, Steuart opened the first San Antonio Cat Cafe loc (More)
April brings AP review season
by Sofia Colignon | staff writer With the 2017-2018 school year soon coming to an end, AP exams are just around the corner, and many students, as well as teachers, are beginning to stress over them.  “It is such a broad spectrum of things that (More)
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)
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