Today’s technology is skyrocketing and inevitably being brought into the classrooms. Recently, students have been using their phones for more than just a device to pass the time with Angry Birds and to text their friends.
Johnson's yearbook has always been filled with a plethora of pictures, but this year, the yearbook staff has a few tricks up their sleeve. The staff has added online forms of media to complement the book.
After a triumphant victory and a score of 9-2, the baseball team is now advancing to play-offs. The team will play its first series on May 5-7; they need to win best 2 out of 3.
Play-offs for Johnson baseball is lingering at their fingertips as they go into their final games. Play-offs have never been this close for the team, and if the game on Friday, April 29th, plays in Johnson’s favor, this dream could turn into reality.
The Johnson High School Jaguar Pride Association's 2nd annual Jag-A-Thon is to be held on April 30 at the school with Cibolo Canyons as title sponsor. The event will give participants the opportunity to exercise with friends while raising funds for Johnson.
Junior Eric Nagy will for the first time advance to regionals on April 19-20 at McFarlin Tennis Center.
The Johnson theatre department is preparing for its "One Act" UIL competition play, “Night Must Fall”, and will give the first performance on Saturday, March 26.
Facebook stalking has become a strange new fad, and most people don’t even seem to notice what they're doing until called out for it. Everyone, from your friends to your mom, is finding entertainment in stalking the meaningless statuses and pictures of strangers in the Facebook world.
Previously, students have been under the impression that colleges usually disregard such standardized tests. Yet, some college boards are debating whether to consider TAKS scores as a factor in college admissions.
Johnson theater presents famous musical, Grease.