Bungie Be Jumpin’

Chris Loustaunau, Staff Reporter   On Jan. 31 Sony announced that they will be buying out Bungie Inc. Now that Sony has Bungie, they finally have a competition with other flagship games, while Microsoft has Minecraft and Halo. Sony just bought the company of the game that made worldwide sales and put Microsoft Xbox on the board. Sony believes that […]

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District Responds to Sub Shortage

Chris Loustaunau, Staff Reporter   With the increase of teacher covid cases it’s inevitable that substitute teachers will have to fill in. However, it has become increasingly difficult to find substitute teachers when some of them don’t want to take the jobs due to the risk of catching the virus themselves. Some substitute teachers take a job everyday, so the […]

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JROTC: The Urban Raider Competition

Christopher Fisher, Staff Reporter   On Friday, December 3rd, JROTC students participated in the NEISD Urban Raider Competition. This competition was full of outdoor challenges including a 5k cross country course, a cross country rescue, obstacle courses, and a physical test.  Cadets trained hard, in order to prepare for the Raider Competition. They did physical training, running plenty of miles, […]

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MUNSA XXVI Conference

Miriam Barba, Staff Reporter   Model United Nations San Antonio, or more commonly known as MUNSA, is crucial to the ISA Community. This year’s MUNSA XXVI theme was Ignite. According to the MUNSA website,“The theme of MUNSA XXVI: Ignite welcomes the conference into a reawakened eagerness with the return of a campus-based assembly.” The conference started Jan. 6 and lasted […]

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Parking Tickets Plague Students, Teachers

Lesly Rodriguez,   Staff Reporter   Tuesday, January 4, marked the second strike on the cars parked around the LEE campus by City Police Parking Enforcement. A few weeks earlier, just before break, officers descended leaving behind dozens of parking tickets on the vehicles parked by the athletic facility and parked into the neighborhood on Orland Park. Coaches, teachers, staff, and […]

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Library Books Under Review

Kaitlin Arocho,   Editor-in-Chief   On October 28, 2021, Texas lawmaker, Matt Krause, sent out a list consisting of 850 books. This list of books was sent to school districts all across Texas along with a message that asked the schools to report any book from the list that is housed in a campus library, along with how much money was […]

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Tragic Car Crash Near Johnson High School

Maria Yesenia Velasquez, Staff Reporter On Saturday, January 8 two Johnson High School students died in a fiery car crash near Bulverde Road and TPC Parkway near campus. The two students were identified as 17-year-old Ziv Hoodani and 16-year-old Gabriel Lee Juarez. The reason for the crash is unknown at this time.                                                                                                                                             Students and staff throughout NEISD have been affected […]

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8th Grade Visit a Huge Success

Kaitlin Arocho,  Editor-in-Chief On Wednesday, January 12 the 8th graders from both Nimitz and Jackson Middle Schools made a visit to the LEE campus. They came to watch a pep rally during first and second period, to learn about the electives offered here, and to get a since of what awaits them in high school.   The pep rally had […]

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Beloved Teacher Lost to Covid-19

Lesly Rodriguez, Staff Reporter The morning of Thursday, September 2, LEE High School sustained its first loss due to the Covid-19 pandemic when Special Education math teacher, Ms. Laurie Marrero, passed away at her home due to complications from the virus.    Ms. Marrero was diagnosed with Covid-19 about a month before her passing according to information provided to Principal […]

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Students Stay Home in Wake of Threat

Yesenia Velasquez, Staff Reporter LEE High School was the subject of a social media shooting threat on Monday, September 6. The Labor Day post, which appeared on both Instagram and Snapchat warned of a possible shooting when students returned from the long weekend on Tuesday, leaving many students concerned about the legitimacy of this threat and their safety on campus […]

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Colleges Begin ‘Test-Optional’ Application Process

Chris Loustaunau, Staff Reporter Many colleges this year will not be requiring SAT/ACT scores on applications for incoming freshmen. If a college chooses a “test-optional” admissions process, students will not have to submit their ACT or SAT scores in order for their application to be reviewed and accepted. If a student does include their test scores in their application, this […]

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Game (back) On!

Kaitlin Arocho, Staff Reporter On Friday, August 20, in room M212, the Tabletop Game Club had their first meeting of the year, and their first in-person meeting in over 18 months. The turnout was fantastic, with 24 students showing up to battle it out in their favorite board, card, and RPG games. Last year there was an attempt to continue […]

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