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The Baseball Field Needs a Netting System
     Two cars in front of the baseball field were hit by baseballs during practice last week. The school’s campus traffic rules state that the school is “not liable for any damage incurred to vehicles while parked on campus”, so the people that were (More)
McNay spotlight to feature student art
By Angelina McMinn | Staff Writer | A representative from the McNay Museum came to speak to art students about Spotlight. This year’s spotlight selection is based on Diego Rivera’s famous painting of More)
Prepping for the AP exam
Lauryn Hughes | staff writer AP testing is quickly approaching and students are trying to find ways to prepare and study in order to excel on their tests. Teachers are giving study method tools and practice exams to help students be prepared. “ (More)
Students compete at Art UIL competition, four advance to state
By Hailey Massey | Assistant Editor | DATA, ETA and the TR Art Department took Picture provided by Art Department. students to John Paul Stevens High School to compete (More)
Roosevelt hosts third annual College and Career Fair
By Gisselle Washington | Staff Writer | Students had the opportunity to meet with college representatives from around the state and local job recruiters at this year’s College and Career Fair on Feb. 27 from 5:30-7 p.m. College representatives (More)
Pals next year?
by:jackeline All 7th grade Nimitz Seahawks, if you would like to become a Pal for your 8th grade year, please go to room 2002 after school to get the application. Expectations for being a Pal is to have service hours during and after school, grade (More)
Winter in the North
Emilie Villegas All of you have probably heard of that meme. The one where scientists warn about global warming, then someone comes back with a smart reply. Usually it’s, “ but It’s cold outside”. Well they’re right, it is cold outside. At least u (More)
Marie Kondo Challenge
Taking on the challenge, Mac pubs helps clean a student's car, and a teacher's desk using the KonMari method, to close out the nine weeks. (More)
DECA student becomes Johnson's first district officer
by Jonah Besenty | Staff Writer For the first time at Johnson, a student in DECA's formerly Distributive Clubs of America will become a district officer ifor the next school year. “DECA is a marketing club designed to enhance learning through i (More)
The Swedish Thing-IKEA SA
On Feb. 13, the Ikea store opened up in Live Oak just off I-35 and Loop 410 Interchange by the Forum, so I decided to go in and see what all the hype was about. My first experience at IKEA was that I had to find the exit for the store and it was n (More)
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