Some Johnson alumni have chosen to stay on-campus for years after graduation as contract workers for fine arts programs.
Students were able to fill out their voter registration cards during government and economics classes to register for upcoming elections.
Both the district and teachers on their own have begun offering remote tutoring for those in quarantine or in need of outside help.
Dr. Yuka Kato has been teaching Japanese for 15 years and now teaches at Johnson full-time
Though students may feel their social studies classes are more difficult this year, in reality, not much has changed
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Superintendent Sean Maika came on-campus to discuss the effects of the COVID-19 pandemic on the district, not only health-wise, but also how school closures and remote learning will continue to effect schools in the future.
Playa bowls is yet another rendition in the açaí bowl craze, and it certainly does not disappoint...