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Volunteer opportunities in San Antonio around Christmas, even with COVID
by Chloe Jordan | tech editor As the most wonderful time of the year rolls in, people begin giving and sharing the love with those who need it the most: low-income families, the homeless, and the hungry. Here’s what you can still volunteer for, ev (More)
Deaf etiquette - respecting deaf culture and being inclusive
by Chloe Jordan | staff writer As an American Sign Language teacher and member of the deaf community, one of Brett Koch’s jobs is to teach students to respect deaf culture and to have deaf etiquette. If you are a hearing person, there are a few si (More)
TEA releases guidelines allowing districts to make students not succeeding in virtual learning return to in-person instruction
by Chloe Jordan | staff writer The Texas Education Agency has created new guidelines to allow districts to make students who are failing classes or have too many absences to stop virtual learning and come back to school in-person. “So, this las (More)
The show goes on - a Johnson Theatre update
by Chloe Jordan | staff writer Junior Avery Neale walks to the Much Ado About Nothing rehearsal, despite the complications of COVID, where students are already setting up the makeshift stage marked with cones. Although actors have to keep their ma (More)
NHS application ready for hopeful applicants
Lauryn Chavez | staff writer National Honor Society applications are being sent out to qualified applicants, and will be due on October 9. “Both juniors and seniors can receive applications it's just based on their unweighted GPA,” English teac (More)
Impactful death of Ruth Bader Ginsburg could affect election
by Chloe Jordan | staff writer Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg was laid to rest last week and remembered as a woman who was a pioneer in the realm of gender equality. “She was only the second female to be on the court,” AP Government (More)
Lunch precautions keeping students, staff safe
by Chloe Jordan | staff writer As the phase-in plan continues to move forward, precautions and safety measures are being put into place for lunches. “Students are allowed to eat inside the cafeteria and outdoor courtyard. There are stickers pla (More)
Discipline still a concern despite virtual setting
by Chloe Jordan | staff writer While this year has started off distanced and online, campus policies still apply to students. “If somebody’s misbehaving on the Zoom, [teachers] could turn the camera off or [teachers] could remove them from the (More)
Varsity Basketball take on the Jags
Varsity boys basketball competed against Johnson High School at Blossom Athletic Center on Feb 4, and the team lost 52-58.         (More)
New year, new fence
by David Kent | staff writer As announced last school year, there is a new security fence surrounding the school. “The fence’s are a security measure that the district is putting in place at all secondary campuses, all high schools should have (More)
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