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Salon Nights occur every so often to support the funding of cosmetology program.

Understanding Cosmetology and Its Advantages

Chloe Youngkin, Staff Writer November 14, 2023

Steam prowlers over straightened hair strands menacingly in a hot flurry. The chemical scent of hairspray is potent in the room and tangy. The first dip of fresh nail polish is nothing but a shine of black...

Junior, Ruben Guerrero petting Ruthie who came for Mutts on Mondays on Oct. 16.

Dogs Days of Johnson

Jayme Estrada, Staff Writer November 14, 2023

Kids head to the counselor's waiting area after the lunch bell to pet the soft, smooth, and joyful dogs after eating a good lunch and possibly relieve stress from school work. With kids feeling happy,...

At the pink out pep rally, teachers participated in stunts with the cheerleaders before the pie in the face occured.

Ivey Strong!

Ryan Sheely, Newspaper staff November 14, 2023

Striding through the halls of Johnson High with bright, vibrant, fun colors. Standing at about 5’9” here comes the one and only Ms. Ivey! Never failing to put smiles on students and staff alike, Ms....

JHS cheer team performing at pink-out pep rally.

Pink-Out Pep Rally

Bella Soto, Writer November 13, 2023

The yelling and excitement echo through the gym. Everyone cheered louder and wanted to win the spirit stick. The gym was filled with pink everywhere. The grades batted it out to win. The cheerleaders and...

All the way to All-state

All the way to All-state

Ryan Sheely, Newspaper staff October 17, 2023

The All-state choir process is a hefty process in which hundreds of students compete in their respective voice parts soprano, alto, tenor, bass, to make the region choir to move on to the next step. Tons...

Restroom Closure

Michael Bohuslav, Newspaper staff October 5, 2023

  As the first semester of 2023 kicks off at JHS, the restrooms are facing closures due to various reasons concerning students.  Students around JHS highschool have been facing minor problems...

Kallina Rodriguez sold 60 chocolate bars for $2 each to support the criminal justice club.

Criminal justice club starts annual fundraiser

Daniella Moreno September 29, 2023

The Criminal justice club is selling chocolate bars everyday until October 15. The chocolate will be sold for $2 in room 268, or they can be bought from a student with a white box.  “I think it can...

The ASL club !

Marie Colunga, Staff Writer May 12, 2023

The ASL Club meets twice a month and is run by ASL teacher Liz Zabawa. The ASL Club meets in room 247 and is open to all students who want to learn more ASL. “The ASL Club is open to all students who...

NHS Officers at the induction ceremony

JHS Welcomes the New Members of NHS

Rachel Oates and Trevor Wall April 27, 2023

On April 12, 2023, a new group of students was inducted into the National Honor Society. After undergoing an acceptance process weeks before, they were accepted into the prestigious organization. Students...

Holding a sign that reads Bring Back Senior Quotes, Alex Vasquez continues to campaign for their inclusion

Senior puts up posters to “bring back” senior quotes to the yearbook

Trevor Wall April 19, 2023

With the yearbooks getting closer to being shipped to school, and students being reminded to buy their yearbooks, seniors are realizing they were never asked to provide senior quotes. After confirmation...

Cinderellas Closet !

Cinderella’s Closet !

Marie Colunga, Staff Writer April 11, 2023

Cinderella's Closet was started by Casey Gernerd last year when students would ask for discounts on the prom tickets.  “It kind of started with people who said they wanted discounted prom tickets...

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