In January, junior Magda Harden made a joke about starting an organization where students could meet and walk their dogs together, as well as participate in various other activities. Shorty afterwards, the “Puppy Pals” club obtained a sponsor and became an official club that is now open to all students. “Magda is the one who started it [the club] at first. It all started off like it was a joke, then everyone showed enough interest,” junior Reilly Hanson said. “Then she took it to Mrs. Castellano, then a couple other teachers. Then it went to Mr. Mehlbrech, so he liked it.”
The 5 Points Percussion Ensemble is an independent, indoor drumline group that includes students up to 22 years old from all over the San Antonio, Austin, and Corpus Christi areas.
The time when students anxiously await their PSAT scores has arrived. Students, parents, and counselors alike are anticipating the day test scores will be released. This is a time of stress and excitement for many; consuming a great deal of some individuals’ thoughts.
If you feel like putting your head through a wall, follow these steps to ease the stress of finals
The Christmas season is one of the most hectic times of the year for both parents and their children. There is little to no time to go shopping for gifts, decorate the house, and most importantly, there is no time to go see Santa Claus.
This year’s freshmen will be the second class to follow an endorsement path as a result of House Bill 5. With graduation requirements that follow an interest track, students along with their counselors are mapping out their high school careers in advance by completing an IGP.
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.
by Elijah Johns | staff writer Over the summer, every middle school and high school campus in NEISD were issued...
While fall is about to be kicked into full effect, a new endeavor in extracurricular activities is appearing in the horizon, and it’s looking green. No, it’s not the Hulk and no, it’s not the Reagan Rattlers. It’s the Johnson High School Garden Club.