Mill Valley News

Students and administrators discuss dance policy

Kaitlyn Butko, editor-in-chief, Josh Duden, reporter

March 23, 2011

The JagWire brought together students and staff to discuss the stronger enforcement of the dance policy in a roundtable discussion.  JW: How did you perceive previous years’ dances?  Junior Robbie Weber: I’d definitely sa...

Senior track team member Madison Acree

Kaitlyn Butko, editor-in-chief

March 21, 2011

1. What events do you compete in for track? "I throw shotput and discus." 2. What do you eat for breakfast? "Either oatmeal or Cheerios. I eat Wheaties sometimes, and that gives me the energy to get through the day. It's t...

Senior NHS president Kelsie Schuman

Kaitlyn Butko, editor-in-chief

March 12, 2011

1. What's it like being the president of the National Honor Society? "It's a lot like being the president of this nation, but a lot more prestigious and a lot more fun." 2. What is your favorite place to shop? "The P.C., Price...

Social studies teacher Jeff Wieland

Kaitlyn Butko, editor-in-chief, Kaitlin Rounds, reporter

January 27, 2011

1. What is the best part of your day? "When I actually get to teach people in the classroom." 2. What's your favorite television show? "Burn Notice. That show's awesome. Always entertaining, there's never a bad episode." 3. PC ...

Journalism staffs win awards

Maya Sudduth, reporter

December 16, 2010

The newspaper, yearbook and broadcast programs won several awards at the JEA/NSPA Fall National High School Journalism Convention held on Nov. 11-14. In the Best of Show Competition, The JagWire newsmagazine earned 7th place...

The JagWire takes on the Ultimate Destroyer sandwich

Kaitlyn Butko, editor-in-chief

November 22, 2010

Senior Henry Thomas: "...every time I ate the ham, there was more..." Goal: At least three pounds First thoughts: “Oh my god, there is no way I’m getting through that.” How’d it taste?: “Delicious, for as long as I could taste it....

Food drive extended, falls short of expectations

Kaitlyn Butko, editor-in-chief

November 10, 2010

The annual food drive, originally spanning from Monday, Nov. 1 through Friday, Nov. 5, was extended due to lack of advisertisements and participation. StuCo will still be collecting canned and nonperishable food items until Friday,...