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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...

Snow days bring extra day of school

Snow days bring extra day of school

Sydney Wilson, JagWire copy editor

March 14, 2013


Filed under NEWS, Top stories

Although they gave extra time for sledding, recent snow days mean that school will be in session on Friday, April 26 to make up for the missed days of school. Some students, such as junior Olivia Harding, believe that students should not have to come in on this day. “I don’t want to come i...

Blog: Week 2: Snow day side effects

Blog: Week 2: Snow day side effects

Alec Santaularia, JagWire web editor

March 5, 2013


Filed under BLOGS, OPINION

Even to begin with, we have a very short production schedule to put on a show. For the play, auditions are typically held in late January or early February, with rehearsals starting soon after and performances usually happening on the first week of May. This gives us a total of about 12 weeks (or 84...

The next ice age comes early in “The Day After Tomorrow”

The next ice age comes early in “The Day After Tomorrow”

Katherine White, JagWire briefs editor

December 12, 2012


Filed under Reviews

When you decide which movie to watch before the world ends on Friday, Dec. 21, let’s not forget the vast array of apocalypse movies. The best movies made to unsettle you about the possible destruction of Earth are based on actual theories. For this reason, “The Day After Tomorrow,” directed by...

Implementing half-day finals week would benefit students

Implementing half-day finals week would benefit students

December 12, 2012


Filed under OPINION, Staff editorials

As finals week quickly approaches, students and teachers are questioning the structure of the finals schedule. The current structure includes two “study times” per day where the conditions to study are not ideal. Recently, various teachers have proposed half-day finals to the calendar committee in...

Blog: Poetry Slam

Blog: Poetry Slam

Connor Oswald, JagWire reporter

December 6, 2012


Filed under BLOGS, OPINION

OK, I have decided that for this week’s post to switch things up a bit. Instead of a short narrative, it is time to give another facet of creative writing the spotlight. Here are a couple poems. “Truth” Ain't it funny, in that “silly, shake your head” kinda way? How we always ask f...

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