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#GOALS

#GOALS

Kalyn Love, Staff Writer

December 15, 2015


Filed under Entertainment, Feature, Local, News, Opinion, Showcase, Spotlight

People put a lot of thought into what they want to accomplish in the New Year. The most common New Years’ resolutions include: Lose Weight/ Get Fit Learn Something New Eat Healthier Save Money Spend More Time With My Family Travel Be Less Stressed Volunteer More Drink Less Soda Eat Less ...

Christmas Gift Guide For Her

Christmas Gift Guide For Her

Samantha Stunkel

December 12, 2015


Filed under Opinion

The holidays can be super stressful if you don't know what to get that special someone, or maybe even your friends and family. But this gift guide is sure to save you, and them. It's full of ideas for any type of girl! So for girls that are all about comfort, finding gifts for them is actually pretty...

Festive Holiday Dessert

Festive Holiday Dessert

Samantha Stunkel

December 12, 2015


Filed under Opinion

The Holidays are just around the corner, which means it’s time to find the perfect yummy dessert for your friends and family to enjoy. But don’t panic we’ve got the best delicious pastry for you. The New York style Christmas cheesecake will give you the holiday spirit you’re looking for!   IN...

‘Tis the Season

‘Tis the Season

Kalyn Love, Staff Writer

December 11, 2015


Filed under Feature, Local, Opinion, Showcase, Spotlight, Uncategorized

As the first half of the school year comes to a close, students are starting to make plans for winter break. Some students migrate to the other side of the country to escape the cold. Places like Texas, California, and Florida. The cheerleading team will actually be traveling to San Diego during the...

Really, Again? Filly Football

Really, Again? Filly Football

Kalyn Love, Staff writer

November 12, 2015


Filed under Entertainment, Feature, Opinion, Uncategorized

For the second year in a row the annual Filly Football, Powder Puff Football, game has been cancelled. Students who were excited for this tradition were once again disappointed. Why does this keep happening? There weren’t enough girls to sign up for the event. Although the junior class met their quota,...

Owin’s Opinion: Students Should Weigh the Benefits of AP Classes

Owin’s Opinion: Students Should Weigh the Benefits of AP Classes

Owin Carreras, Staff Writer

November 3, 2015


Filed under News, Opinion, Spotlight

Students stress over Advanced Placement classes all the time but do they actually help students? People think that if you’re in AP  classes you have a better chance of getting into a “good” college. If students pass the class in high school then they get a credit for high school and after that...

Someone Call Waste Management

Someone Call Waste Management

Walter Wadford, Staff Writer

October 6, 2015


Filed under Entertainment, Local, Opinion

There has been a lot of hype surrounding the newly released mixtape “What A time To Be Alive” by HipHop/R&B artist Drake featuring Rapper Future. Even NBA all stars LeBron James and Dwyane Wade have posted multiple times on social media about this new release. “Yup! THEY can go solo or team up togethe...

Seminar Should Be Optional

Seminar Should Be Optional

Walter Wadford, Staff Writer

September 18, 2015


Filed under Local, Opinion

In the beginning of the JCHS school year there was an uproar about seminar. There have been multiple complaints from students as well as from the staff about how seminar isn’t being used for its purpose. Many of the students of JCHS feel as if seminar should be optional. I, as a member of the st...

Farewell from Jenna

Farewell from Jenna

Jenna M. Holley, Staff Writer

May 12, 2015


Filed under Opinion, Spotlight, Uncategorized

Four years of High school, not always something one looks forward to. In some events school can actually be really enjoyable. I find both sides to be true in regards to High School. There were some things that happened that I did enjoy about high school, such as being a part of the Newspaper staff since...

My Senior Farewell

My Senior Farewell

Collins Alderman, Staff Writer

May 12, 2015


Filed under Opinion, Spotlight

It's that time of year again! When the senior class must say their good-byes and move on to bigger and better things. Over the past three years that I have been here I have seen many seniors cry and bid their farewells and now it is my turn to do the same. Most of my high school experiences were...

[Guest Column]: Childhood Poverty in our Community

Daniel Rivera, Ebony Garrett, Destinee Hall, Guest Columnist

May 6, 2015


Filed under Opinion

This is a guest column in conjunction with Mrs. Jobe's AVID Senior Service Learning Project Community involvement is a large asset in the process of creating a positive environment. Understanding what the ups and downs are around your community will allow you to adapt in the worst of situations and make...

[Guest Column]: Engaging with the elderly

Jhon Calica, Barbara Winder, Kevin Christie, Guest columnist

May 6, 2015


Filed under Opinion

This is a guest column in conjunction with Mrs. Jobe's AVID Senior Service Learning Project How can our community benefit from students interacting with senior citizens and the elderly? The fact is, many students don’t realize the importance of socialization as we get older and the importance interact...