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Johnson swim team reaching closer to season tournament
Sebastian Lucumi | staff writer The Johnson swim team is set to finish the season at a final two-day tournament on Jan. 24 and 25.  The tournament, on both Friday the 24th and Saturday the 25th will be the qualifying match for athletes to move (More)
Jags take the win at district opener
Joseph Sweeney | staff writer The Jags met the Rattlers in their district opener on Friday night, to bring home their third win against Reagan since 2008, with a final score of 38-31. “When we opened this school in ‘08, the majority of students (More)
What is Ian's Cup?
by Lauryn Chavez | staff writer The Ian’s Cup is only days away. Johnson’s rivalry with Reagan continues this soccer season with the Ian’s Cup. The Jaguars took the cup last year and plan to bring it back home again this February. Not only is the (More)
8th Graders Visit Reagan
The 8th grade Bulldogs visited Reagan High School yesterday for a taste of what it's like to be in high school. The Rattlers showcased many of the clubs and organizations they have to offer. (More)
Varsity Football\'s comeback falls short
After a heartbreaking defeat last week, the varsity football team played much better in a hard fought 56-35 loss to undefeated Reagan Friday night at Comalander stadium. The Rattlers clinched their third consecutive district title with the win and (More)
Big week in district for fall sports
by Samuel Abbas | sports editor Following some important rival games against Reagan and Churchill respectively, the Jags push onward on the hardwood and continue their strong season to make a push for a higher playoff seed. “The game against R (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)
Comeback kids strike again
Following a walk off win over Reagan on Tuesday, the baseball team faced Johnson in a 10-8 thriller that ended with the Brahmas stealing second place in the district. MacArthur had a rough start as Johnson jumped out to a 5-0 lead in the first thr (More)
Boundary change sends Bush students to Reagan
by Emma Fitzhugh | News Editor The NEISD Board of Trustees recently approved a proposed boundary change for two local high schools. “The NEISD research and planning department is constantly monitoring enrollments and future growth trends in all (More)
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