Jourdanton High School Counselor

I interviewed Jourdanton High School counselor, Mrs. Marie Fanno and I have to say I learned quite a few things about her. I now know that her favorite number is 3. Also her favorite food is pizza which is pretty cool cause that happens to be my second favorite food. The last thing I have learned about her is her favorite color is red which is pretty... Read more »

    News

    Split

    Cappi Kitterman and Janet Dow

    M. Night Shyamalan's "Split" tops the box office in its first weekend making $40.1 million. The PG-13 movie "Split" about 3 teenage girls who are kidnapped by a man with 23 different personalities; made roughly $40 million...  Read More »

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    Trump Is Now President

    Cappi Kitterman, Journalist

    Friday January 20th 2017 Donald J. Trump officially became the 45th president of the United States. Trump made many promises in his inaugural address that he wrote himself, about what he will do throughout his presidency;...  Read More »

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    In Memory of Madison & Tanner McCleary

    Janet Dow, Journalist

    On Wednesday, January 18th, 2017, Madison and Tanner McCleary were involved in an early morning car accident on their way  to school. Unfortunately, the accident was fatal for the two McCleary children. The accident was...  Read More »

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    Sports

    Powerlifting

    Bailey Jones, Staff Writer

    Powerlifting has finally started. The team began their season on January 21 at Uvalde and since then has been preparing for their upcoming meet on January 28, 2017 to be held in Poteet. Good luck!

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    Student Life

    Coming Together As A Family

    Lauren Willson , Alexis Welch, Staff Writer

    The week of January 18, 2017 hit everyone hard. Losing two peers to something tragic is heart breaking and very hard to handle. Jourdanton High School will never be the same. We go to school with hundreds...  Read More »

    Jan 20 • Comments closed

    Its That Time of Year Again!

    January 11, 2017

    Missie Garcia In Her Natural Habitat

    December 13, 2016

    Christmas Break

    December 8, 2016

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