Mill Valley News

Boys bowling takes third in meet

Boys bowling takes third in meet

Tatum Elliott, News Editor

January 19, 2019


Filed under BOWLING, SPORTS

The boys bowling team took third place in its meet against DHS, SJA, Piper and Washington at Park Lanes on Thursday, Jan. 17. Placing behind Piper and DHS, the team collectively scored 2106, with one individual placing in the top five. Coach Amy McClure felt that the team’s overall performance was...

Repertory Theater class performs first shows in school history

Repertory Theater class performs first shows in school history

Hannah Chern, Mill Valley News social media editor and JagWire news editor

December 9, 2018


Filed under NEWS, Top stories

  The new Repertory Theater class set off their inaugural year by performing their first two shows. “Too Much Light Makes the Baby Go Blind” by Greg Allen was performed on Thursday, Dec. 6 and “Harvey” by Mary Chase was performed on Friday, Dec. 7. Repertory Theater is a new addit...

District implements new security features as part of safety initiative

District implements new security features as part of safety initiative

Ally Nguyen, Tanner Smith, and John Lehan

November 16, 2018


Filed under NEWS, Top stories

The district budgeted over $2 million to implement new security measures after the passing of the USD232 bond. The most recently implemented measures are a door security system and the installation of magnets on every door within the building. Additionally, in compliance with new state standards, schoo...

First annual Bark for Life hosted by school

First annual Bark for Life hosted by school

Elizabeth Joseph, Mill Valley News editor-in-chief

October 21, 2018


Filed under NEWS

  After six months of planning, Jaguar Nation hosted its first annual Bark for Life event at Garrett Park on Saturday, Oct. 20. Students and members of the community participated in games, heard from different guest speakers and were able to purchase food and dog treats from vendors. B...

Students take charge of upcoming Bark For Life event

Students take charge of upcoming Bark For Life event

Anna Owsley and Tatum Elliott

October 16, 2018


Filed under NEWS, Top stories

Bark For Life, a new preliminary event for the annual Relay For Life, is being held Oct. 20 from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. at Garrett Park on 47th St. At the Bark For Life event, participants are invited to take their dogs out for a few hours of games, contests, food and even a visit from the Shawnee Polic...

Spanish and French NHS induct new members into their societies

Spanish and French NHS induct new members into their societies

Sophia Armendariz, JagWire reporter/photographer

October 6, 2018


Filed under NEWS

Induction ceremonies for the French NHS and Spanish NHS were held on Thursday, Oct. 4, bringing in members for the new year. The night’s events started with the French NHS’ ceremony. While the ceremony didn’t start until 6 p.m., new and old club members alike had been rehearsing and setting...

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...

Teachers and students dedicate time to outside businesses

Teachers and students dedicate time to outside businesses

Hannah Chern and Tatum Elliott

September 14, 2018


Filed under FEATURES

The Students Starting a business while in high school may seem daunting, but sophomores Madison Larson and Leigha Torney have found a way to make it happen. Along with her school life, Madison Larson makes and sells jewelry for her online business, Madi + Grae. Though they did not narrow it...

Students should use public transportation or walk more often

Students should use public transportation or walk more often

Tatum Elliott, JagWire news editor

September 14, 2018


Filed under OPINION, Opinion columns

The Mill Valley parking lot is a pretty hectic place, full of old Accords, revving engines and students who’ve just learned how to drive. Crossing the street invokes a haze of anxiety, and the line to get out of the parking lot is unreasonably long. All of these problems are the result of individual st...

The Music Man: Five songs by female pop artists to talk about instead of Adele’s new music

The Music Man: Five songs by female pop artists to talk about instead of Adele’s new music

Justin Curto, Mill Valley News editor-in-chief

November 30, 2015


Filed under BLOGS

Musically, these last few weeks have been hard for me. Despite some big music news, like Coldplay preparing to release what has potential to be its last album, or Missy Elliott coming out of the woodwork for a new single, it seems like people only want to talk about Adele. I get it, Adele is talented...

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