“Real Fact” #494:Wipe the leaves of your plants with the soft inside of a banana skin to bring up shine and remove dust.
Despite a small academic team, Lee did well at the Churchill meet Saturday. Ryan White placed 2nd in Science, 5th in 9/10 Math, 5th in Veteran computer science, 9th in Veteran calculator and 9th in Veteran number sense Aly Miranda placed 8th in News Writing and 10th in Editorial Writing. Lola Carolla placed 3rd in Spelling Patrick Rendon placed 4th in Social Studies Sarah […]
A $4.5 million building has solved a lot of problems for JROTC. After JROTC left the old armory, the program was in a tough situation; they needed more space to store their uniforms and their rifles. They moved into the old library (MPR2 building), which served as a good classroom for a while until they faced […]
9 to 5 first hit Broadway back in April of 2009, delighting audiences everywhere. Now, musical fans can look forward to seeing 9 to 5 in the Lee auditorium January 22 through the 25. 9 to 5 is based on the movie of the same name starring Dolly Parton, Jane Fonda, and Lily Tomlin, about three working women […]
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.
It’s been two weeks since the 42nd anniversary of Bruce Lee’s death. On Tuesday, November 27, 1973, the martial artist superstar was found dead at the home of Ting Pei, after complaining of a headache and tried to take a nap, and could not be resuscitated from his unconscious state. The young star died at […]
As a kick-off for their 18th year of musical production, NESA’s Musical Theater, with Visual Artists, Instrumental Music, and Technical Theater, Anything Goes was shown starting Thursday, Nov. 6 to Sunday, Nov. 9. The performers and musicians were given a three day break, and were at it again Thursday, Nov. 13 to Sunday, Nov. 16. All shows were ‘Easy To Love’ and enjoy.
The International School of the Americas was named the 2nd best high school in San Antonio and the 22nd best in the state, earning an A+ Overall Niche Grade. Niche, a content ranking website that specializes in academic and city statistics, has released rankings of the Best Public High Schools in America. The list ranks 14,431 high […]
North East School of the Arts proudly presents the Cole Porter musical comedy classic, ANYTHING GOES, as the opening production of NESA’s eighteenth theater season. With music and lyrics by Cole Porter, the original book of ANYTHING GOES was written by Guy Bolton, P.G.Wodehouse, Howard Lindsay and Russel Crouse, then heavily revised by Timothy Crouse and John Weidman for the 1988 Broadway revival.
On January 8th, at 8 p.m, in the 1700 block of Jackson Keller road near Castle hills, a fire broke out in the Lincoln Village Apartments. According to Kens5, The cause of the fire was said to be from a light fixture that began smoking on the second floor of the complex, where it spread throughout […]
Click to read! Have you ever gave your little friend peanut butter before? I’m still yet to live out the cliche but from what I’ve seen dogs seem to struggle to get that stuff off (unless they have some water near by). Hopefully, none of your pets struggled this long with peanut butter or you […]