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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The World According to... Dowell

The World According to… Dowell

Abigail Madison, Staff Writer February 7, 2024

  B&W: Why did you become a teacher?  Dowell: Well, it was always on my short list of potential careers. I was thinking about teaching, maybe going into law or maybe starting a business one...

Entrepreneurs of JHS- 2/1800

Entrepreneurs of JHS- 2/1800

Lauren Holm, Staff Writer January 17, 2024

High school is meant to prepare students for their future careers in “the real world”. However, some students have gotten a head start on their future careers. While it is not considered a conventional...

Humans of JHS: Joey Brevik

Humans of JHS: Joey Brevik

Ike Venter, Staff Writer April 5, 2023

Joey Brevik ‘23 is a senior at JHS who has quite the knack for acting. Originally, Brevik wanted to be a comedian, but after some trial and error, he found that acting would better suit him. “I...

Jashua Anglo 25

Humans of JHS: Jashua Anglo

Sidny Pohlman, Staff Writer March 31, 2023

Jashua Anglo ‘25 has individually gone to state in every sport that he participates in. Anglo wrestles, plays football, and runs track, but he says wrestling is his favorite. He went to state for wrestling...

Jasmine Newman 25

Humans of JHS: Jasmine Newman

Giada Grimes, Staff Writer March 31, 2023

Girls wrestling became a high school sanctioned sport this year, and Jasmine Newman ‘25  a multi-sport athlete, was one of the first girls to join. “I’ve always been open to trying every sport...

Humans of JHS: The Officers

Humans of JHS: The Officers

Anna Catlett, Staff Writer March 30, 2023

Opening the door, answering the phone, handling behavior, attendance, and grades, checking students in and out, and so many other jobs are performed by Johnstons administrative assistant Melissa Officer.  The...

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