The Black & White

  • Science Club- All are welcome to attend the first Science Club Meeting. Thurs., Oct. 4th at 3:00PM in Rm. 222

  • Golden Circle College and Career Fair-Plan to attend Sun., Sept. 23rd from 12:30-3:00PM.

  • FCA will be having a huddle this Wed., Sept. 19th, at the Grimes Sports Complex at 7:00PM

  • GSA- Will meet Thurs., Sept. 20th after school in Mr. Walker’s room

  • Homecoming tickets are on sale in the accounting office for $10 this week.

New parking signs in the parking lots

New parking signs in the parking lots

Kara Green, Staff Writer

September 11, 2018


Filed under News

On Thursday September 6th two prime parking spots on the south side of the building in the main parking lot were obstructed. The parking spaces were blocked off by two cones and a stack of large wooden planks. Ryan Woods, Johnston's principal, stated, "I believe Buildings and Grounds were installing...

Seniors continue the elementary school visit tradition

Seniors continue the elementary school visit tradition

Sarah Nelson, Staff Writer

May 22, 2018


Filed under News, Showcase

All across the district, the class of 2018 was welcomed to their elementary schools the attended on May 18. Former Lawson elementary seniors were paraded down the halls while current Lawson students lined up on either side. They were given a tour of all the updates of the building done in 2012 rig...

Protest leads to questions of what flags can be flown at school

Protest leads to questions of what flags can be flown at school

Emily Chambers, Staff Writer

May 22, 2018


Filed under News, Showcase

Students participated in a walkout April 20, protesting for school safety. The students had varying opinions from wanting gun regulations to honoring the victims from the Florida shooting to wanting to protect the Second Amendment. many students walked out of class to voice their opinions. During...

New attendance policy proves ineffective

New attendance policy proves ineffective

Taryn Kauffman, Staff Writer

May 22, 2018


Filed under News, Showcase

When Hanna Peterman '18 came home from school one day, she was approached by her parents. She was told that a letter had been sent home saying she had missed too many days of school. During the first semester Peterman had missed almost the entire month of November due to traveling to Hawaii with her...

Lehman takes out Oldham’s stitches

Lehman takes out Oldham’s stitches

Shabana Gupta, Staff Writer

May 18, 2018


Filed under News, Showcase

During a short game of basketball after school with some students, science teacher Dave Oldham got a small injury above his left eye. He was hit in the face by a student's wrist, which caused large amounts of bleeding due to being a head injury. Oldham received six stitches. While Oldham was talking...

Naanep wins District Singles Title

Naanep wins District Singles Title

Jack Lucas, Sports Editor

May 17, 2018


Filed under News, Showcase, Sports

Cari Naanep '19 won the girls' district singles title on Wednesday afternoon, qualifying to state in an assertive fashion. This is Naanep's third District title in three years, winning a doubles championship as a freshman and a singles championship as a sophomore. By winning each and every match she...