• Students collect food for the less fortunate

    Students collect food for the less fortunate

    Nick Booth, JagWire news editor

    October 31, 2014

    National Honors Society and StuCo members went door to door in Halloween costumes to collect food for the hungry on Sunday, Oct. 26 in an organized trick-or-treat so others can eat event. The event took place from 2-4:30 p.m. and helped raise money for the annual food drive. The students formed groups... READ MORE »»

    NHS and StuCo adds a Halloween twist to their annual food drive for the Johnson County Christmas Bureau on Sunday, Oct. 26 by trick-or-treating for canned goods.

    Photo by Brooke Wiebe

  • Four cross country runners qualify for state

    Four cross country runners qualify for state

    Katherine White, JagWire editor-in-chief

    October 27, 2014

    Four runners qualified for state at the cross country regionals meet at Shawnee Mission Park on Saturday, Oct. 25. The boys team placed fourth overall and the girls team placed fifth, both of seven teams. The top three teams who place at regionals qualify for state, as well as the first five individuals... READ MORE »»

    Pacing himself in the last 50 feet of the race, senior Kurt Loevenstein qualified for state cross country along with boys cross country runners junior Derek Meeks and junior Garret Fields and girls cross country runner junior Amber Akin on Saturday, Oct. 25.

    Photo by Shelby Hudson

  • Football defeats Bonner Springs 42-0

    Football defeats Bonner Springs 42-0

    Sydney Carson, JAG editor-in-chief

    October 27, 2014

    The football team defeated previously undefeated Bonner Springs 42-0 on Friday, Oct. 24, qualifying the team for playoffs. Junior wide receiver Christian Jegen started off the game with a 50-yard touchdown, followed by a two-point conversion with 10:23 remaining in the first quarter.... READ MORE »»

    The Jaguars shutout the Bonner Springs Braves, 42-0, on Friday, Oct. 24.

    Photo by Karissa Schmidt

  • Annual fall blood drive receives 98 student donors

    Annual fall blood drive receives 98 student donors

    Kate Ocker, JAG people editor

    October 23, 2014

    About 100 students donated one of pint blood in the 15th annual fall blood drive on Thursday, Oct. 23 sponsored by the Community Blood Drive Center. Before giving blood, it is recommended that students get a good night’s... READ MORE »»

    Photo by Lindsay Roush

  • Varsity Quiz Bowl places first at meet

    Varsity Quiz Bowl places first at meet

    Laura Earlenbaugh, JAG student life editor

    October 22, 2014

    The varsity Quiz Bowl team placed first at its meet on Tuesday, Oct. 21 at Bonner. The team won 110-30 against 18 other schools that competed. Junior Patrick Gambill said he was surprised by the team's high ranking. "We always do well at meets and there were smaller schools than... READ MORE »»

    At the Quizbowl tournament at Bonner Springs High School, team members focus on the question, fingers ready to hit their buzzers.

    Photo by Michaela Jackson

Halloween Film Fest draws large crowd

Halloween Film Fest draws large crowd

JAG Reporter Kat Anglemyer

Video Productions students hosted the annual Halloween Film Fest on Friday, Oct. 31 during seminar. The films viewed were “Ignore the Noise,” “Horror Movie Cliches,”...  Read More »

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Freshman Natalie Cooper competes in English riding

Freshman Natalie Cooper competes in English riding

Allison Winker, Guest writer

When did you start horseback riding? I took a camp when I was seven years old, and I started lessons at age ten. What made you decide to start horseback...  Read More »

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Deciding between athletics and academics

Deciding between athletics and academics

Braden Shaw, JagWire reporter

Students of today have increasingly busy and stressful lives. This can be due to schoolwork, sports, or other clubs and activities. Coaches and teachers both want these students...  Read More »

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