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Traffic, longer routes means late buses at the start of the year
by Tala Kamil | staff writer Students are dealing with late buses and longer bus routes as the area surrounding the campus grows and battles construction and congestion. “Usually at the start of a new school year, the bus drivers are getting se (More)
Accelerated expulsion now part of new THC possession policy
by Ben Barrera | staff writer Students caught possessing THC on campus will now be facing felony charges, which could include immediate expulsion.  The policy earlier stated that all confiscated vapes would be sent to Austin but this is no longer (More)
Progress reports go paperless
by Lauryn Hughes | arts editor Get ready for Johnson 2.0 as progress reports go paperless. “Yes, so the district in making an initiative to go paperless to save paper and time, also now that families both parents and students have access to the (More)
Mexico v. Argentina Soccer Game
On Tuesday, September 10, the band performed in the Nissan half-time show at the International Friendly Mexico v. Argentina soccer game at the Alamodome in downtown San Antonio. The game started at 9 A.M. Argentina won 4-0, breaking Mexico’s 11-game (More)
U.S. Basketball’s 13-year Winning Streak Comes to an End
In preparation for the 2020 Olympics in Tokyo, the U.S. Men’s Basketball team is looking to qualify and lock their spot into place for next summer. After 78 straight wins in the past 13 years, Australia took down the U.S. in a four-point victory on A (More)
McAllen Bands of America
On Saturday, September 21, the band performs at their first competition- McAllen BOA (Bands of America) at Veterans Memorial Stadium. They will be performing the show Tempted, which is about the temptations of life and that there’s always something t (More)
Wood Middle School "The Maximum"
North East Independent School District is proud to announce the launch date of Wood Middle School's online newspaper, The Maximum!  It will go live on Friday, October 28, 2011.  On that day, you can check out their newspaper here:  More)
Bugle Call Online Wins 3rd at TAJE
The Texas Association of Journalist Educators (TAJE) Fall Fiesta Conference awarded Lee High School in 8 events: Broadcast and Editorial Writing, Front Page Newspaper Design, as well as Scavenger and categories in Onsite Photography. The Bugle Call w (More)
Yearbook, newspaper programs get ready for new year with NEISD Journalism Workshop
Now an annual summer event, the NEISD Journalism Workshop convened in early August offering the district’s high school advisers and their students an opportunity to jump start their production year. "The journalism workshop is an opportunity for s (More)
New business populate the CTJ community
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