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

The Black & White

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

The Black & White

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

The Black & White

Sarah Nelson

Sarah Nelson, Staff Writer

Sarah is a Senior and it's her first year joining the Newspaper staff. She's involved in the Teen Clay Academy at the DSM Art Center, SilverCord, Archery Club, Anime Club, band, and her church, Westminster Presbyterian. She can typically be found making huge messes in the clay studio. You can view her ceramic work on Instagram, (@http.sarah.n).

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The snack bar has cookies, Chex mix, water bottles and juice boxes for parents to take. Summit students made posters for this event to provide directions.

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April 27, 2018
Amberly Dal 20, Amanda Roberts 19, Fabiola Castanedas 20, Angel Nyaga 20, Jennah Johnson 18, Jess McKee 18, Julia Martell 18, and Lal Siama 19 provide answers to questions brought up Lisa Boge, Erica Woods-Schmitz and parents in the audience. They were hand-picked by counselors who felt these students participated in a wide variety of extracurriculars.

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April 27, 2018
The tables at the resource fair line against the wall across the cafeteria at Summit Middle School  for the Raising Healthy Dragons event on April 23rd, 2018.

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April 27, 2018
Iowa Youth Homes and Johnston Police Departments tables are right next to each other. They each have pens, chocolate, magnets, and lots of handouts for parents to take.

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April 27, 2018
Jailyn Alderman 19 sets up Katrina Feinbergs 19 hair to stage a photo. They aimed to make the cliche hair-shaped hair shot as a joke.

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December 5, 2017
Katrina Feinberg 19 lies down for a photo op taken by Jailyn Alderman 19. Digital Photo works outside as part of the landscape assignment.

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December 5, 2017
Katrina Feinberg 19 (left) and Jailyn Alderman 19 (right) take Aaron Koopals 18 picture. The assignment in Digital Photo was to focus on the subject and convey a list of emotions. Koopal picked look stoic.

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December 5, 2017
Andrew McCormick asks his students to share good things to start off the class period. His instructions for today were to Dial your background down to zero- no distration what so ever. Get tight to your subject

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December 5, 2017
Vote Here sign placed on the side of Merle Hay Road, on the lawn, in front of City Hall to grab the attention of those driving by.

Get out the vote

November 7, 2017
The polls take place in the council chamber community room, just a couple doors down from the main entrance.

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November 7, 2017
Voters check in with volunteers to confirm their registration to receive their ballot.

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November 7, 2017
Outside of City Hall, citizens slowly made there way inside, most just arriving.

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November 7, 2017
City Hall front doors identify which precinct is located here.Vote Here signs hang everywhere.

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November 7, 2017
Statistics provided by The American Foundation For Suicide Prevention.

Project Silence No More

October 23, 2017
Art: anyone can do it

Art: anyone can do it

October 11, 2017
Will Stenger 18 fist pumps to the beat along with other students standing around him.

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October 11, 2017
Will Stenger 18 dances for Snapchat.

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October 11, 2017
Obsee Abbajabal 19 and Marianne Aldrich 19 make shadow puppets using their hands and a green spotlight.

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October 11, 2017
Escaped balloons make their way to the dance floor. Most of the hallways and staircases were blocked off by these balloons.

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October 11, 2017
Student hops onto her dates back.

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October 11, 2017
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October 14, 2016
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