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5900 Monticello Road: Project Overview

5900 Monticello Road: Project Overview

January 25

  • Senior Jake Campbell spends time with teammates in lunchroom
  • Long hours spent at the soccer goal result in a life-long love of soccer for sophomore Grace Goetsch
  • Junior Trinity Wilson is greatly impacted by her time spent on the track
Students host prayer walk around school

Students host prayer walk around school

Katya Gillig, JagWire news editor

Students held a prayer walk around the school on Tuesday, Feb 22. While walking around the school, students prayed in locations like locker banks and stairs for issues they see around school. Last year, a similar event was put on by Club 121. This yea...  Read More »

February 23

  • NEHS holds Valentine’s Day carnation sale
  • Bowling team holds annual senior night
  • Students host Valentines-themed special prom
Boys swim and dive places 11th overall at the state meet

Boys swim and dive places 11th overall at the state meet

Ally Nguyen, JagWire opinions editor

Boys swim and dive placed 11th overall at the 5A state competition on Friday, Feb. 18 for the preliminary rounds, and Saturday, Feb. 19 for the final rounds. The two-day event took place at the Capitol Federal Natatorium in Topeka. A first team ...  Read More »

February 22

  • Bowling teams place first and second in Baker format bowling tournament
  • Boys basketball falls to BVNW
  • Girls basketball emerges victorious over Blue Valley Northwest
Seniors model for local photographers

Seniors model for local photographers

Anika Roy, JagWire sports editor

Senior Kelsey Poje carefully holds a pose in front of photographer Heather Allen of Modern Monroe Portraiture in Shawnee Mission Park. While it may seem like an ordinary shoot, Poje’s pictures will be used in advertisements and posted online for anyone to...  Read More »

February 7

  • Recent driving accidents brings attention to the importance of safe driving
  • Junior Lauryn Hurley expresses her creativity through participation in theater
  • Winter homecoming spirit week a success
An inspiring church retreat opens my eyes on society’s lies

An inspiring church retreat opens my eyes on society’s lies

Kendall Gaignat, JAG photographer and writer

We all have fallen for a false statement some time in our lives. Statements like, “I'm so fat,” “I have no friends,” “I look like trash,” things of that nature. You don't have to believe those bad thoughts anymore because they aren't needed and ...  Read More »

February 23No Comments

  • Don’t fall into the habit of changing yourself for others
  • Pick-me-ups for positive thinking
  • Spending Valentine’s Day as a single person is not as bad as it’s made out to be
Flix for You: The people have spoken

Flix for You: The people have spoken

Kendall Gaignat, JAG photographer and reporter

When I was younger, I wasn’t super into history, but there were always some parts that made me want to learn more. This is one of those cases. “The People v. O.J. Simpson” is a drama about what happened when O.J. was on trial for killing his...  Read More »

February 23

  • Have you seen Dory?
  • Dog with a Blog: Dog social media accounts are tail-wag worthy
  • Flix for you: Got a secret, can you keep it?
JAG yearbook | JagWire newspaper | MVTV
JAG yearbook | JagWire newspaper | MVTV