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Six NEISD students to go on trip to Japan
by Lauryn Hughes | staff writer Sophomore Lauren Loveless is one of sixSi NEISD Japanese language students that has been accepted through an application process to go on a 9 day trip to Japan. Loveless has been the only Johnson student out of many (More)
One Singular Sensation
On Saturday Jan. 28 and Sunday Jan. 29, cheer, dance and pep squad will be holding a performance taking part in One Singular Sensation, along with other schools from the district at Littleton Gym. "This is something my team and I look forward to e (More)
Varsity football starts season with 'to do' list
by Nico Guzman | staff writer As football season starts, the varsity football team will set its sights on a list of goals. “Our goal for this season is to take this team to its full potential, to win as many games as we can to see how far in th (More)
New Calendar Has 26 Days Off
Students love days off right? Of course they do. Introducing the new calendar for the 2015-2016 year which was voted on by the school board and released recently. The ca (More)
Johnson teacher wins \'Outstanding Humanities\' award
by Aleeha Shah | staff writer On October 19, AP World History teacher Justin Felux recently received an award that, “recognizes Texas classroom teachers who have made exemplary contributions in teaching, curriculum development and extracurricular (More)
teacher websites get revamped for the new school year
by Michelle Brooks | staff writer With the district phasing out the original teacher webpages, faculty knew since last year that they would need to consider a new option to replace their teacher site. “So, teachers looked at Google Sites, they (More)
Volleyball Pre season Rankings
As the sport that has its first matches two weeks before school even begins, volleyball girls spend most of their summer preparing for the 3 month school season. In 2014 Reagan won the district however, Churchill advanced the farthest in the playoffs (More)
NEISD’s Online Campus Newspapers
Please feel free to look around our campus newspaper sites and see what they feature.  Here are the links to our online newspapers: http://newspaper.neisd.net/churchill More)
Johnson responds to NISD SAT plan
by Mahek Khetani| arts and entertainment editor Prepping for college is a myriad of payments and papers, but the most nail biting prep is the SAT Exam. Not only does it greenlight your acceptance, but if you don\'t do so hot, it’s more money out o (More)
District Distribution Shortcomings
Opening up a facility survey, the general public can vote on the dissatisfaction or satisfaction in relation to the way the District is being run until Feb. 6. More)
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