Metal detectors will now be used at all NEISD athletic events. According to Executive Director, Karen Funk, this is being done in order to ensure safety for those who attend these events.
All juniors and seniors have the opportunity to graduate under the distinguished graduation plan. In order to be recognized as a distinguished graduate, however, there are certain requirements that a student must meet.
Whether someone continues to live in the country they were born in, or they move away for whatever reason, that doesn’t mean they forget where their heritage comes from. Regardless of where a person chooses to live, their traditions remain with them. For example, junior Thomas George, who is originally from India, brought his customs with him when he moved to America.
In March 2016, several students were among the first group of people to take the new version of the SAT. Although the test has changed a bit, the preparation process is still important.
All around the world, there are different cultures that speak different languages. When these people move to other places, or countries, they take their languages with them. At Johnson alone, we have many people who speak different languages. Knowing these languages has affected them in different ways. Freshman Japhet Figueroa, who speaks Spanish, says that it has affected him positively.
As students get older, the stress of planning for their future creeps up on them. While planning in college is a necessity, there are many resources designed to help high school students begin their career planning early.
As people begin booking flights for holiday vacations, college visits, and more, it is important to know some proper airplane etiquette. They can find themselves in different situations and they need to know how to deal with them properly.
With college on their minds, many juniors and seniors are starting to think about one of the most important tests they are required to take, the SAT or in some cases, the ACT. The students realize that college is closer than they thought, and rush to sign up.
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 programming,” according to an article published by NEISD.