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Spanish National Honor Society hosts successful coin drive

Spanish National Honor Society hosts successful coin drive

Ashlyn Windmiller, JAG reporter

November 18, 2017

Throughout the entire week, members of Spanish National Honor Society sat in front of the counseling office to collect coins for their first fundraiser of the year. Students were allowed to make donations from Monday, Nov. 13 until Friday, Nov. 17, with...

  • Quiz Bowl competes in first meet of season at Eudora November 16, 2017
  • Advertising company chooses Mill Valley for commercial photo shoot November 16, 2017
  • Catty Shack holds grand opening for the school year November 16, 2017
Jaguars’ loss to St. Thomas Aquinas ends their postseason run

Jaguars’ loss to St. Thomas Aquinas ends their postseason run

Katya Gillig, JagWire sports editor

November 18, 2017

The Jaguars lost to the St. Thomas Aquinas Saint 55-21 on Friday, Nov. 17 in the sub-state championship game. The loss ended the Jags’ season with a final record of 7-5. The Saints ran the ball 42 yards for a touchdown on their first play from scrimmage...

  • Cheer team receives superior rating at competition
  • Jaguars advance to sub-state after win over St. James
  • Juniors take the win in annual Powderpuff flag football game
Sophomore Emerson Kaiser creates calendar to stay grateful

Sophomore Emerson Kaiser creates calendar to stay grateful

Elizabeth Joseph, JagWire reporter

November 20, 2017

As the end of the month approaches, sophomore Emerson Kaiser doodles a small drawing on her calendar, highlighting a moment she is grateful for. Each day, Emerson writes a phrase or sketches on her monthly calendar in pencil to illustrate something ...

  • Party culture: breaking down the negative repercussions that are often overlooked, forgotten or ignored
  • Students embrace uncommon names and the stories behind them
  • Family members in the military affect students and their daily lives
Staff editorial: students should accept the consequences of their actions

Staff editorial: students should accept the consequences of their actions

JagWire staff

November 20, 2017No Comments

As you walk into your coach’s office, a feeling of disbelief hits you. You know that your position on the team is going to be affected and that you’ve let your teammates down. You feel guilt rising up, and then anger towards law enforcement and the...

  • Football is more than a sport
  • Keep supporting victims of sexual harassment
  • Procrastination is not the smartest way to go about life
Letters from the Editors: Better late than never

Letters from the Editors: Better late than never

Tricia Drumm, Morgan Gurwell, and Ally Nguyen

November 17, 2017

We’re a little late (a few months, to be exact), but your favorite  Mill Valley News editors-in-chief are here to welcome you to this school year’s edition of Letters fro...

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  • Flix for You: Young and starving for a good show
JAG yearbook | JagWire newspaper | MVTV
JAG yearbook | JagWire newspaper | MVTV