In our modern day society, power, independence, quality, and improvement come down to one single common factor; money. Despite all negative connotations and timid opinions on the subject of money, people who have greater amounts of wealth tend to be less stressed, more fit, and more organized physically and mentally. There are special circumstances to these statistics, but in the words of Tai Lopez, the main speaker of the Grand Theory of Everything finance blog and multi-millionaire, “Money, dollar bills are freedom units.” The more you have of it, the less you have to worry about paying bills, student loans, and debt in general, and the more time you get to spend achieving your own goals.
Paella, the dish of Spain was the topic of conversation at the 6th Annual Corona Paella Challenge March 15 hosted by Chef Johnny Hernandez. Guests have enjoyed food, live entertainment, and the chance to watch celebrity chefs and high school teams compete to create the best Paella. Five of the Culinary Arts students participated in the […]
Taking home top awards, three NESA seniors fared well at National Scholastic. They will travel to New York to receive their awards at Carnegie Hall presented by The Alliance for Young Artists & Writers. Oleire Niyomungere – Gold Key winner for a self portrait painting Dylan Prince – Silver key winner – painting Bixie Mathieu Daggett […]
The 87th annual Academy Awards was full of amazing performances, moving speeches, and crazy antics. The following are the top three best moments from this years Academy Awards. Neil Patrick Harris’ opening act takes third place. His performance of “Moving Pictures” reminded everyone of why they love movies, and set the mood for a spectacular evening. Neil […]
The varsity boys soccer team placed second in the Boerne ISD soccer tourney this weekend. They won three games and lost 1 in the finals to Pharr Valley View. The boys are currently ranked number nine in the city and have a record of 4-1-1. They face John Jay tonight, who is currently ranked number three in […]
Two pep rallies were held in the main gym this morning, the first starting around 9:30 and the second starting around 10:30, for Jackson and Nimitz middle schools. Representatives from sports, magnet programs, band, and orchestra and from almost all clubs and organizations each had a turn speaking to the students about who they are, what they do and what they participate in. Performances from Rebel Rousers, NESA Dancers and band gave their all for the 8th graders.
Cyberpatriot teaches how to protect electronics from viruses. The Cyberpatriot club members are instructed by Mr. Poore. The team ended their season in the state rounds as a gold ranked team, however they will not advance to the national competition. National competition in Washington D.C from Mar. 11-15.
It’s not too late to join the “out of this world”, ISA Astronomy Club. Meetings occur every other Wednesday to discuss current events in the fascinating and dynamic world of astronomy, as well as to develop bonds with people who share similar interests. The next meeting will be on Wednesday, Feb. 4 in Mr. Polito’s, room – 802 […]
The Rebel Rousers and Dixie Drillers found success at the 2015 American Dance and Drill Competition in the Alamo Convocation Center on Saturday, March 7. The Dixie Drillers received Best Overall Presentation, Technique, Precision and Choreography in the entire competition, the Judges Award in Jazz and Pom, Sweepstakes Award, and the Gussie Nell Davis Award for […]