• Better Safe Than Sorry

    Better Safe Than Sorry

    Kassandra Lopez, Staff Writer

    December 4, 2015

    All of the students and staff of Jourdanton ISD already know what occurred during transition to their 6th period class on Friday, December 4th.  Jourdanton High School had a lockdown drill. The purpose for this is to be cautious because of all the shootings happening around the world.Student... READ MORE »»

  • We’ve Got the Power!

    We’ve Got the Power!

    Tristen Ramirez, Staff Writer

    November 17, 2015

    Power lifting, like every other competitive sport, requires many things. It is an ambitious sport that features competitors who strive to reach their maximum capability in three major exercises. The three main exercises are the bench press, the squat, and the dead lift. All of these events divide... READ MORE »»

  • Squaw Scrimmages

    Squaw Scrimmages

    Abbie Lanier, Staff Editor

    November 12, 2015

    The temperature has dropped and so have the leaves; fall is certainly here. Fall means basketball season has arrived, and you can hardly find anyone more excited than our Squaw basketball players. For the past two weeks, our Jourdanton Squaw basketball program has started its gears. Just this Friday,... READ MORE »»

    Tiffany Carter prepares to shoot a basket for the Varsity Team


Mighty Indian Band Bring the STORM!

Lauren Willson, Staff Writer

The Jourdanton mighty Indian band has been around for many years and for many more to come. (Mr. Bobitunde Onibudo) has been the head director of the band for 3 years, Mr. Nathan Flynt has been the head color guard directo...  Read More »

October 20, 2016 • 0 comments

The Jourdanton Band’s Success

Adriana Cumpian, staff writer

                 The Jourdanton Mighty Indian Band has been attending band competition for the past two weeks on October 1st we had gone to Hero Stadium for the Rough Riders competition. When we went to the com...  Read More »

October 20, 2016 • 0 comments

Stop Bullying!

Janet Dow, Staff Writer

The students at Jourdanton High School are getting bullied. Throughout the school year kids are being teased, made fun of, and being pushed around. Our goal at Jourdanton High School is to STOP bullying for good. “If there ...  Read More »

October 18, 2016 • 0 comments

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The End

Jared kuykendall

There are only about two weeks of school left. This is very exciting but yet also very sad. It’s exciting because we get to get out of school, can sleep in, stay up late, and do whatever we want because of all the free...  Read More »

May 19, 2016 • 0 comments

  • Spring Sports April 5, 2016
  • Boys State Powerlifting April 5, 2016
  • Donkey Basketball! April 5, 2016
  • Coach Garmon April 1, 2016

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Student Life

So Long Seniors

Tristen Ramirez, Staff Writer

As you most likely know, the end of the school year has arrived within the blink of an eye and graduation day is also quickly approaching. A couple of seniors have shared with me what they are going to ...  Read More »

May 23, 2016 • 0 comments

Big D Classic Trip

May 21, 2016

Area FFA Banquet

May 19, 2016

Seniors Taking On The World

May 19, 2016

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  • Taco Trend

    It's lunchtime at Jourdanton High School, so what's for lunch? The answer for most students is actually Tacos from Chile Bandara. With one quick call ...

  • Test Tribulations

    Everyone, it's that time of year once again. Students (a majority of them) are studying, stressing, and cramming every bit of information in that they...

  • All Lives Matter

    Lately in society, all you hear is "black lives matter" and "white lives matter." Why should one race of people matter? All lives matter. Why is race ...

  • Afterschool App

    If you don't know about the afterschool app, well you're not missing out on anything new.  The afterschool app was created for gossip and trends but ...

  • Foreign Affairs

    On March 17, in the hallways of JHS, foreign exchange students spilled the beans about their experience at Jourdanton High School. Serg, Senior, said ...

  • Students For Principal?

    A couple of students from Jourdanton ISD were asked a question and gave great answers that we all wish could happen. The question asked was “If you ...

  • Crowded hallways

    I don't know about you, but I  like my personal space. Especially when I'm going from class to class and all of these people feel it's necessary to s...

  • Fashion Police at Prom

    On February 13, 2016, the Jourdanton High School had their annual prom. Prom took place at the Omni Hotel at the Colande. This year's theme was 'Mardi...

  • Truculent Trump

    As you probably know, 2016 is the last year that President Barack Obama will be in office. He has served two terms after he was re-elected and now it'...

  • Should we Have 2 Different Lunch Periods?

    Our high school's lunch period is from 11:55 to 12:30. That leaves us with about 35 minutes to eat and talk. Despite this, many kids arrive late to lu...

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