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At the conclusion of the ceremony, graduates toss their caps in the air.
Class of 2024 celebrates graduation during morning ceremony
Meg McAfee, JAG reporter/writer • May 22, 2024
Faculty members begin the process of cleaning the damage from the storm Sunday May 19th.
Breaking News: Storm damage, possible gas leak cancels classes Monday
Evan LeRoy, Quin Peters, and Avery ClementMay 20, 2024
JagWire seniors share advice about high school
JagWire seniors share advice about high school
Anna Zwahlen, Emma Clement, Jules Shumaker, Luke Wood, Elizabeth Summa, and Olivia PetersMay 17, 2024
Leading the class, seniors Walt Midyett and Lucy Roy walk with halls one last time.
Seniors honored at senior walk and award ceremony
Molly Griffin, JAG social media and managing editor • May 17, 2024

Graphics: Use this quiz to find your undertones and the seasonal color palette that fits you

Students share their opinions on dressing to a specific palette and its benefits
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Emma Clement
Emma Clement, JagWire editor-in-chief, Mill Valley News editor-in-chief
This is senior Emma Clement’s third year on the JagWire staff. This year she is JagWire and Mill Valley News editor-in-chief, in addition to being a writer and designer for the newspaper. When she is not working on journalism, Emma enjoys reading, drawing, painting, watching TV shows and spending time with friends and family. She is also involved at Mill Valley as NHS president, Spanish NHS vice president, Youth for Refugees president, Model UN president, NAHS vice president and is a member of NEHS, Scholar’s Bowl and Women’s Empowerment Club. Outside of school, Emma works at Pinnacle Gymnastics as a gymnastics coach and is on the editorial board for elementia, the Johnson County Library’s teen literary magazine.

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