On Saturday, May 21, students will be rushing onto the football field to play a game of football. While this may seem like an obvious thing to point out at first, this “Powderpuff” game has its own unique set of rules that make it stand out from other events.
The amount of student created content on social media is quickly growing, with many students, such as Jay Lee and Kylee Afflitto, using Youtube as an outlet to express themselves through new and creative ways. In fact, some students have had their YouTube channels since before high school, and have already found an audience for their content.
by Ryan Polk | staff writer This Friday and Saturday, in the Black Box Theatre, the theatre department will be...
Riley Nelson has a special connection to Johnson HS. She graduated in 2010, completed her undergraduate degree at Kansas State and then joined the Peace Corp. Right now she’s serving in Indonesia as an English teacher. And now, a handful of years later, she’s found a way to give back to her high school campus.
For any students looking to discover more information about potential college or university's, degree plans, financial aid, and more, the district will be hosting the annual college fair on Thursday March 3 during all three lunches.
The theatre department will present their production of the musical 9 to 5 Thursday, February 4th through Saturday, February 6th at 7:00 pm, and Sunday, February 7th at 2:00. Tickets will be on sale during all lunch periods, with the option of reserved seating for $12, or general admission for $10. This is the annual winter musical and it is a collaborative effort between the theater, band, and choir departments.
Showing up late to class. Not turning in homework. Lack of effort in class. Procrastinating on assignments. These are just a few of the characteristics that can be identified among seniors, especially during the second semester, as college admissions letters arrive and priorities slip for some students.