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What to expect in the iCarly revival
by Lauryn Chavez | sports editor Almost 10 years after its conclusion, the reboot of the popular Nickelodeon TV show iCarly will be released on More)
Wrestling team promote on Twitter, Instagram
by Lauryn Chavez | staff writer Individual Johnson sports have been creating their own media pages separate from the main Johnson High School Instagram and Twitter which showcase all Johnson sports. Some sports have their own twitter, instagram, a (More)
Band tryouts march on
Because the beginning of the school year was online, the tryout process for marching band drastically changed. All auditions were done virtually as each student sent in videos of them playing their instrument. “For last year, we did all auditions (More)
Let the games begin: Senior Assassin
Senior Assassin is held annually by Johnson’s own students. The game is played off-campus, with the premise being to “assassinate” your target player by shooting them with a water gun. The winners of Senior Assassin will split a cash prize at the end (More)
On-campus case numbers follow state, national trends
Lauryn Chavez | sports editor After the temporary closure of NEISD schools during the cold front, COVID cases on-campus have been decreasing. “There has been a decrease over the last week or two really since the cold spell," principal Gary Coma (More)
Why students are missing out on taking extra foreign classes
Lauryn Chavez | sports editor Although only two years of foreign language are required, teachers still encourage students to take additional language courses to further benefit the student over time.  “Once you get into that third year of langu (More)
Students get COVID testing to comply with school, work rules
by Lauryn Chavez | sports editor With frequent possible exposures to COVID-19, students have had to endure COVID tests before returning to school or work. However, there are different ways students can get tested depending on who they’re getting t (More)
Theatre’s finding COVID friendly ways to perform for their audience
by Lauryn Chavez | sports editor Because protocols on gathering during COVID are strict, theater has had to adapt from their traditional showing of their plays. For the showing of “Much Ado About Nothing,” Co-Theatre Director, Megan Thompson, expe (More)
Worth it? Or Overrated? Netflix Christmas Edition
Lauryn Chavez | sports editor Jingle Jangle After a famous toy maker, Jeronicus J (More)
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