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Shakespearean Festival Travels to Churchill
Students and teachers at Churchill were thrilled to get involved with a Shakespearean Festival last Tuesday, May 1st to spread their love for Shakespearean literature and the time period overall. One teacher who helped create the whole meet was hi (More)
Choir Banquet
The Choir Banquet is an all formal event and has a fancy dinner for all the choir students meet up. Get your dresses ready and tuxedo's dry cleaned because the banquet is approaching on May 25,2018. Sophomore, Victoria Castaneda, will be attending (More)
Time for Change
       JROTC’s Drill Team competes at Nationals on May 5, 2018 and May 6, 2018 in Daytona Beach, Florida. “This is a wonderf (More)
Prep, Prep, Prep, for the AP Test
PHOTO COURTESY OF CREATIVE COMMONS Starting May 7th, Churchill seniors, juniors, an (More)
Journalism Goes to State!
Journalism teacher Mikel Brand and students Jackie Michel and Mariel Garcia attended the UIL State Competition at the University of Texas campus on Friday, May 4. Freshman Jackie Michel competed in feature writing, senior Mariel Garcia competed in (More)
Crowd Pleasers
Junior and next years' Grenadier Drill Team Co-Commander Melanie Coronado talks about how she feels about dancing. By performing dances for the student body on Friday May 4th and Saturday May 5th in the Churchill theater, Melanie and the Grenadier Dr (More)
Powder puff
Powder Puff On May 19 at 5:30 pm, Churchill High School is holding a Powder Puff football game at McAllister park. Some people might not know what powder puff means: it is a flag football game in which girls play football and the guys are the cheerl (More)
Spina Bifida of Texas holds fashion event for kids with disabilities
  by Sofia Colignon | staff writer The 2018 FashionABLE fashion show, held last Sunday, held by Spina Bifida of Texas, consisted of four designers, from different high schools, that designed garments for models that have some kind of disab (More)
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 JROTC Jaguar Battalion in the 'The Battle of the Flowers' parade
by Jeremy Reyes | staff writer While most of us will have the day off for the “Battle of the Flowers” parade, 40 Johnson JROTC cadets will be marching in the first of three big parades downtown for the big celebration on April 27. One of the cadet (More)
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