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Updated substance abuse contract outlines penalties for extracurricular activities

Updated substance abuse contract outlines penalties for extracurricular activities

Steven Curto, JagWire A&E editor

February 19, 2019


Filed under NEWS, Top stories

The KSHSAA substance abuse policy was revised in December 2018 to specify consequences students in extracurricular and co-curricular activities face if they violated the agreement signed at the beginning of the year. The policy states that these violations consist of being caught using “alcohol, tobacc...

StuCo decorates foyer in preparation for WOCO week

StuCo decorates foyer in preparation for WOCO week

Allison Gourd, JAG reporter/photographer

January 28, 2019


Filed under NEWS

On Sunday, Jan. 27, StuCo members decorated for the upcoming winter homecoming. This year’s theme, winter wonderland, is an aspired and typical look, for the school’s second winter formal since 2012. “We wanted to go with something a little more classic,” junior Avery Altman said. “W...

Students from each grade level question gender’s role in everyday life

Students from each grade level question gender’s role in everyday life

December 13, 2018


Filed under GENDER, Special coverage

Bella Line: Do guys cry often? And under what circumstances? Ben Stove: I cry a whole lot, I’m just going to say that right now. I’m really emotional.  Cade Clauder: Depends on the guy. I’ll only cry at a funeral or a really sad movie. Avery Altman: How do you deal if your friends...

Girls tennis places sixth at EKL tournament

Girls tennis places sixth at EKL tournament

Annika Lehan, JAG editor-in-chief

October 2, 2018


Filed under FALL, GIRLS TENNIS, SPORTS

Waking up early and facing the chill of the early morning weather, the girls tennis team headed out to the College Boulevard Activity Center on Wednesday, Sept. 26 where they competed against 8 other schools in the EKL tournament. Mill Valley placed sixth overall, with sophomore Sophie Lecuru placin...

Girls tennis team finishes third at Varsity Jaguar invitational

Girls tennis team finishes third at Varsity Jaguar invitational

Tatum Elliott, JagWire news editor

September 16, 2018


Filed under FALL, GIRLS TENNIS, SPORTS, Top stories

Facing eight other teams, the Lady Jags fought through the heat to earn third place at their home Varsity Jaguar Invitational meet on Saturday, Sept.15, placing behind St. Thomas Aquinas and St. James Academy. Placing first in her singles playoff bracket, sophomore Sophie Lecuru was pleased w...

StuCo holds first Yuda Bands sale

StuCo holds first Yuda Bands sale

Elizabeth Joseph, JagWire reporter

December 18, 2017


Filed under NEWS

StuCo sponsored a fundraiser for Yuda Bands, an organization dedicated to promoting education for youth in developing countries, by holding a bracelet sale that lasted until Wednesday, Dec. 13. According to the organization’s website, Yuda Bands are sold to empower children to break through poverty by enabling a child to pursue education. StuCo raised $539 and sold 77...

StuCo members attend regional conference

StuCo members attend regional conference

Sarah Morgan, JAG editor-in-chief

September 22, 2016


Filed under NEWS, Top stories

StuCo took a trip to Shawnee Mission West for the annual regional conference on Tuesday, Sept. 20. Students from across the Kansas City area learned leadership skills through a day full of activities from a presentation on StuCo camp to swing dancing. To begin the day students filed into the auditoriu...

Track captures League title

Track captures League title

Alana Flinn, Sports Editor, JagWire

May 9, 2013


Filed under SPORTS, Top stories

The girls track team added another year to their string of Kaw Valley League titles, making this the 13th in a row on Wednesday, May 8 at Mill Valley. The boys team also took first place to make this its sixth title in a row. Junior Mary Altman said that the meet went smoothly which helped keep...

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