Everyone knows that the life of a high schooler is rigorous and challenging. However, sometimes completing assignments and staying on task for an extended period of time can seem increasingly more difficult as the day goes on.
“The Johnson Holiday Craft Fair & Market will be held on Saturday, December 5 from 10 am – 4 pm. We will have vendors in the cafeteria, the Upper Foyer and outside in the courtyard near the cafeteria. Free admission and parking. We will have a concession stand as well,” band parent Heather Gaudette said.
With homecoming season on the horizon, students are anxiously preparing themselves for the jingle of the ever so obnoxious cow bells dangling from mums the size of Texas. This year, Student Council chose the theme “Dancing Through The Decades”, which will incorporate a wide range of different decorations.
With the number of days left in the school year dwindling into the single digits, some students that are involved in extracurriculars are preparing for a busy summer of on-campus activities. Many organizations on campus hold summer rehearsals or camps in order to allow the new students to meet the older kids and to prepare the students for the upcoming school year.
As the school year winding down, the class of 2015 is getting ready for their “senior traditions”. Aside from graduation, each year the senior class comes up with little side games and “pranks” to keep the remainder of the year entertaining.
This year the biggest game the seniors put on is a game called “JHS Assassin”. This tradition is a game where seniors “fight to the death” and stalk their targets until they shoot them with a water gun.