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Jag Journal

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Jag Journal

Jag Journal

Tyler Grumbles, the Mr Clean team lead

“Mr Clean” choir students help janitors with keeping the school clean

Ryan Sheely January 27, 2023

January 18, janitors were joined by choir members in helping to keep the school clean. Junior Tyler Grumbles, along with other choir members, have been helping the janitors clean the school. Once a month,...

Biomed class in front of Kyle Seton

Molding Medical Minds

Julia Fender, Staff Writer January 27, 2023

The future is bright at JHS with the school’s biomedical students. Last semester, the seniors involved in the biomedical studies had the privilege to shadow and work at Kyle Seton to further their education....

Donn Nauert, esports coach

Esports coach looks toward the future of gaming

Trevor Wall January 21, 2023

Donn Nauert has been involved in competitive gaming since its beginning at arcades, and is still invested in the gaming scene. Nauert currently runs the esports club where students can compete in Super...

The Future of Feminism at JHS

The Future of Feminism at JHS

Julia Fender, Staff Writer January 19, 2023

It’s no secret that Johnson has some pretty strong individuals with passion; however, that’s even more apparent when looking at the school’s fem club. The fem club has been established since 2020,...

Mrs. Walker with editors Ava Swanson, Trevor Wall and Victoria Cerna

We are going to miss you, Mrs. Walker!

Trevor Wall December 16, 2022

Last year, there was an amazing yearbook, outstanding UIL achievements, the start of a school newspaper, and a rollerskating club. This year, it's the start of another fantastic yearbook, a school newspaper...

Joe Margiotta showing his shirt

Students earn money by selling clothing

Daniel Van Cleave December 2, 2022

There are a lot of ways to make money as a high schooler. Although none of those ways may be as smart as what some of these Jags are doing.  Freshmen Garrison Pope and sophomore Joe Margiotta sell...

Senior Melynn Cunningham snaps a picture with one of the dog she walks.

The Dog Days

Daniella Moreno December 1, 2022

Melynn Cunningham is not your average high school senior. She’s a business owner. A podcaster. A soccer player. And most importantly, an advocate for mental health.  The senior began her dog business...

The Unified Champions club met after school on Oct. 19 to paint pumpkins for Halloween.

Unified Champions club comes to Johnson

Trevor Wall, Staff Writer October 27, 2022

Unified Champions, an organization dedicated to the inclusion of special education in sports and school life as a whole, has partnered with Johnson to help everyone be aware of everybody in the school,...

Junior Aaron Barclay is a familiar face around JHS from his snack sells last year.

‘Snack guy’ finds new hobbies

Ryan Sheely, Staff Reporter October 6, 2022

Due to the Fentantyl problem, junior Aaron Barclay, commonly known as ‘Snack Guy,’ or ‘Lil’ Gucci Ice Ice,’ around the school, has stopped selling snacks on campus. Barclay had been selling snacks...

Band performs at halftime during the San Antonio Clark game.

Band sets sights on Grand Nationals with new show

Julia Fender, Staff Reporter September 20, 2022

Band kicks this new school year off with a bang! The new band show has the Jags ‘all in’ and ready for the band to take it all home at Grand Nationals this year. This year’s show, entitled “Against...

Jude John was named Teacher of the Year at the March 31 faculty meeting.

Mr. John named Teacher of the Year

Michelle Luna-Luna, Staff Writer May 16, 2022

At the beginning of each lesson, he starts talking about the government. He doesn’t want to make his lessons with just saying the facts on the presentation, but relates it  with current events in the...

Senior Curtis Grimes was surprised with a $25,000 scholarship by his employer, Chick-fil-a when visiting the headquarters in Atlanta in April. Grimes plans to attend UT next year.

Senior Surprise

Augustine Rivera, Staff Writer May 2, 2022

An immense feeling of happiness and relief is what senior Marcus Grimes felt as he stood on stage and received a massive college scholarship, entirely unexpected.  Marcus is part of the first graduating...

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