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Chick-fil-a vs. Whataburger, which do students prefer?
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Oh the places they'll go: senior choices take them all over the map
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Senior Sunset Bids Seniors Farewell
Ashlyn Swain | Staff writer Johnson will be hosting it's first annual Senior Sunset get together to wish seniors goodbye on their last day of school. “There’s no cost to attend but we would like you to register so we can know how many people ar (More)
Up and Coming STAAR
As the school year begins to come to a close, both students and teacher alike are preparing for the STAAR end of course exams to come around the corner. “Springtime is [the] time for the STAAR test. Our first round will be in April and that is whe (More)
Johnson girls take to the field during the annual Powder Puff football game
By Eric Martinez | staff writer Another yearly tradition has started up again; the powder puff game. It has been played by Johnson for the last nine years and still carries on to this day. “It's just for fun. It's just a game between seniors an (More)
Senior Spring Checklist
It’s your last year in the high school education system, but before you go there are some things you have to do. This time all of it is your choice, you get to pick what college you attend, what to study, and what you want to pursue in life. Although (More)
Jumping over Johnson
Continuing their successful season, the girl's basketball team played against Johnson on Wednesday, Jan. 30, at the Blossom gym. (More)
RESERVE YOUR SENIOR AD SPACE HERE
Senior ads are a great way to honor your graduate - so here's all you need to make it possible.   (More)
Striking Out the Competition
Walking away from their first match with a win against Madison on Monday, November 4, the five person girl’s bowling team is excited about the start of their season and the opportunity to grow closer to each other.  “It’s a lot of work, but it’s w (More)
DECA paves the way for smooth sailing in business lines of work
by Lauryn Hughes | staff writer With some ink and paper, senior Brooklin Harris creates a watercolor piece. Harris has a dream to one day own her own business featuring watercolors, calligraphy, and baking. She has already gotten a head start by h (More)
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