As high school is coming to an end and college is approaching, most students are thinking about or working to apply to their dream schools. Some of these students are looking at elite schools such as ivy leagues, Stanford, and MIT. One of these students is junior, Sandra Moon who wishes to attend Stanford. This school stands out to her.
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.
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.
Over the years, websites have become an important tool used by teachers to not only share information, but other things as well. In some cases, teachers also use it to share work done by students in their classes. The art program is no exception.