Johnston High School - 6500 NW 100th St, Johnston, IA

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Johnston High School - 6500 NW 100th St, Johnston, IA

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Johnston High School - 6500 NW 100th St, Johnston, IA

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Students struggle with ADD and ADHD

Kennedy Graeser, Staff Writer May 1, 2015

While plenty of students struggle to pay attention in school, there are some students who struggle more than others. There are tests given by doctors and sure signs and indicators of students with Attention...

While students in Clothing Seminar wait for the quilting process to be finished by bookkeeper Sharon Von Hagen, they began creating backpacks. The class worked on the patches of a quilt to be auctioned March 7.

Classes create quilt for auction

Kennedy Graeser, Staff Writer March 3, 2015

A dragon-themed quilt is being made for the Dragon Scholarship Fund to raise money to give scholarships to students. Teacher Kathy Comstock is working together with her students to create the quilt. The...

This is the icon for the app, Safe House.

Students excel in Verizon App Challenge

Kennedy Graeser, Staff Writer January 27, 2015

A group of seniors and a junior represented the high school in the Verizon App Challenge with their app, "Safe House". Seniors Sarah Caporelli, Bailey Pohlman, Meredith Toebben Senad Besic, Elliot Suiter...

This map of the school indicates where the current dispensers are (in pink) and where more must be added (in blue). The cost of adding three more would be $1,050 at $350 a piece, the same price as the first three.

School needs more tampon dispensers

Kennedy Graeser, Staff Writer December 3, 2014

Out of all nine bathrooms, there are only three bathrooms in this entire school that have a tampon or pad dispenser. There are over 800 girls in this school, not counting teachers, so obviously three dispensers will...

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