Amongst the hoorah of fall football season, there is another, slightly forgotten, yet highly talented, competition going on in the fine arts hallway. At the end of each school year, the marching band program starts with the pre-drills of the ever so rigorous marching band routine. This year the band has incorporated an Alice in Wonderland theme featuring the journey down the rabbit hole.
With homecoming season on the horizon, students are anxiously preparing themselves for the jingle of the ever so obnoxious cow bells dangling from mums the size of Texas. This year, Student Council chose the theme “Dancing Through The Decades”, which will incorporate a wide range of different decorations.
In all of the excess free time, students are finding new ways to entertain themselves if they don’t enjoy the movie.
As the school year winding down, the class of 2015 is getting ready for their “senior traditions”. Aside from graduation, each year the senior class comes up with little side games and “pranks” to keep the remainder of the year entertaining. This year the biggest game the seniors put on is a game called “JHS Assassin”. This tradition is a game where seniors “fight to the death” and stalk their targets until they shoot them with a water gun.
With April being National Cancer Control Month, the American Cancer Society hosts “Relay for Life” for communities to come together and walk to raise money for cancer research.
While many students got the white half-sheet and the parking pass first semester, several students were still left without. Now that marching season is over and UIL is quickly approaching, administration has taken advantage of the opportunity to allow more students to park on campus.