Johnston High School - 6501 NW 62nd Ave Johnston, IA

The Black & White

  • An anonymous donor paid off $13,000 of negative lunch balances

  • Science Team placed in the top six at the Regional Science Bowl Jan. 28

  • Academic Decathlon became Regional Champions Jan. 31

  • Coin War is taking place during 2nd period A day classes, proceeds to Iowa Donor Network

  • Happy "national do a grouch a favor day" and "national almond day"

News

Dragons defeat Mason City Mohawks

Dragons defeat Mason City Mohawks

Abby Nichol, Staff Writer

Johnston defeated Mason City in the final JV meet of the season Jan 31 . This victory left the girls' team undefeated going into the final few meets of the season, leading up to the State Bowling Tournament, which is scheduled to take place on...

February 8

Encore Pizza closes unexpectedly

Encore Pizza closes unexpectedly

February 3

Recently Encore Pizza closed permanently and was replaced with Marino's Italian Restaurant at 5775 Merle...

Best Buddies holds fro-yo fundraiser

Best Buddies holds fro-yo fundraiser

February 2

The high schools' Best Buddies chapter, part of a nation-wide organization where students can conne...

Ping-pong table breaks during class

Ping-pong table breaks during class

January 30

On Jan. 27, eighth period P.E. class heard a loud crack as they were cleaning up. Everyone looked ...

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Feature

Teachers spend day as students

Teachers spend day as students

Molly Hauser, Staff Writer

Sitting in the middle of a history class, teacher Kristi Miller tries to engage in the group work assigned to the other students in the class. Sue Cline, Jeremy Yenger, Sarah Wessling and Miller were four teachers who each received a schedule to follow...

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Campus monitor joins Johnston

Campus monitor joins Johnston

February 6

Allie Tubbs ‘19 was in the halls waiting for her next class to start when the new campus monitor started walking towards her. He started asking her why she was not in c...

Students carry unlucky umbrellas

Students carry unlucky umbrellas

December 20

The sociology classes are known for their norm breaking assignment. The projects are meant to help students understand social norms and how they effect people. Teacher Kel...

New animals arrive in classroom

New animals arrive in classroom

December 19

Science teacher Kyla Burns' classroom is filled with nearly every type of animal in the world. Lizards, geckos, guinea pigs, turtles and many more surround the lab tables...

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November Issue

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Humans of JHS

Humans of JHS

Humans of JHS

Opinion

Finals are forever

Finals are forever

Mackenzie Beck, Staff Writer

I'm the epitome of type A when it comes to schooling. I get all my assignments in on time,  I study like crazy for tests and presentations and I don't settle for less, especially...

February 10

Conservatives for the party

Conservatives for the party

November 28

I am not for Trump. I am not for hate and racism, but I am for the Republican Party. For the people infuriated...

Schools are causing sleep deprivation

Schools are causing sleep deprivation

November 28

I wake up every weekday morning at 6 a.m. I take a shower, eat breakfast and prepare myself for the day ...

Cheerleading is a sport

Cheerleading is a sport

November 28

Before a freshman football game on a Friday night, a small group of cheerleaders were walking to D...

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