The club hopes to receive an additional grant of $20,000, offered by the Spurs Team Up Challenge Program. Voting for projects will open on March 11-March 31 - visit spurs.com/teamup to support Johnson Key Club.
On January 14, the Johnson Key Club visited Laurel Heights Youth Center, a Kids Cafe location which provides care and meals to at-risk kids. The recipients of a Spurs grant awarded to combat child hunger, members were finally introduced to the kids who inspired their project. For some, the experience was unforgettable.
At the start of the new semester, several changes will be introduced to the current homework policy. Reviewed and approved by Johnson’s Campus Improvement Committee, beliefs are centered on the idea that quality, relevancy, and feedback are essential for the academic success of students.
In a time of thanksgiving, members of the Johnson Key Club were reminded of how much they have to be thankful for. After volunteering at the Food Bank on November 13, students learned more about the immediate hunger needs of the San Antonio community, where one in four children are food insecure.
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Johnson's Key Club received $2500 in funding from Silver & Black Give Back, formerly Spurs Foundation, to address hunger needs of children in San Antonio.
The Johnson Orchestra started the year off on a strong beat after giving their fall concert on Thursday evening, October 21, in the Johnson auditorium. Their program featured an array of modern music with nice percussion effects, clear articulation, and smooth balance.