Felicia DeInnocentiis is a junior at Johnson High School. This is her second year on the newspaper staff. After high school, she aspires to go to college and major in music and, possibly, music composition. One of Felicia's goals is to be a contributing writer for Rolling Stone magazine.
Senior Ryan Chapman is living with Crohn’s disease, a chronic inflammatory illness. The cause of Crohn’s is unknown, but strong evidence points to a combination of genetics and an improperly functioning immune system.
Super Street construction may further inconvenience Johnson-band drivers in the coming months; as drivers can no longer take left turns onto 281 from Marshall. Instead, they must take a right and use the turnaround.
by Felicia De Innocentiis
Students are now experiencing new guidelines when it comes to cell phone usage on campus.
Cell phones have transformed from a district nuisance to a teaching tool...
by Felicia De Innocentiis . Staff writer|
Akiko Ishimine is one of the many diverse students here at Johnson that is here on account of foreign exchange. They come from all over the world to try out the inte...