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Home Alone : When the adjustment is more than academic
by Nic Harper | staff writer After over a year of quarantine, some students are feeling the lasting effects of social isolation.  “[Before quarantine] I used to be really loud, and I would talk to like everybody that I knew, and I would talk to (More)
What happens when Zoom takes over the academic year?
by Tala Kamil | staff writer This academic year, students had the option to either join Zoom classes, be asynchronous, or go back to learning in-person.  “When this year started, I never expected any of what was going to happen. I thought that (More)
Virtual student reflect on decision to stay home
by Kenneth Rosa | staff writer As the school is beginning to come to a close, many of our students who are still attending classes have felt regretful for remaining at home.  “Well I was kind of scared about COVID, and also I thought it would b (More)
Senior's final get together
by Tala Kamil | staff writer On May 25, Senior sunset will be hosted at Johnson on the practice football field. “Senior sunset is an event for seniors to celebrate the last day of the school and the end of their high school career,” student cou (More)
Students react to the new schedule for the 2021-2022 school year
How can students return to in-person learning?
by Tala Kamil | staff writer Although the Johnson campus is fully phased in, there is still the option for students to come back to campus if they had previously chosen the remote option. “Students and parents can notify us by specific dates th (More)
Administration seeking solutions to falling student grades
by Kenneth Rosa | staff writer Districts across the state are seeing a record number of students failing in more than one class both virtually and on campus.   “We pulled a report about a week ago that showed us all students that failed one or (More)
Students who have jobs may face pressure to complete assignments
by Monica Smith | staff writer Every high school student is familiar with the workload of academic responsibilities that are expected to be met within a certain word count or due date. But for those juggling a job during the day and various assign (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)
Over 1,000 students expected to return during phase five
by Monica Smith | staff writer As more students begin to return back to campus for in-school learning, classrooms have also started to go back to their traditional functions despite a few changes to enforce social distancing protocols.   “We cu (More)
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