Soccer: A Season in Review

Cleats. Shin Guards. Tall, thick socks. Athletic uniforms patched with the member number. All of these items describe soccer players who play on a team. Here at Jenks High School, earning a spot on the soccer team is tough competition, and the players who make it are divided […]

Cheese, Please

An award winning Route 66 diner packed full of positive vibes, where the cheese flows like liquid gold. The Meltdown Diner. Who is the owner of such a utopian cheese heaven? Jim Hardcastle, a hilarious ex-pianist with a glowing personality. When I walked into the restaurant with my […]

Student Highlight: John Geary

Ever wonder where all those invitations to participate in anonymous Survey Monkey surveys come from? Those would be courtesy of AP Research—the elusive beast of Jenks High School. AP Research is taught by Mr. Horn in Building 6; it’s the second year course of the AP Capstone program, […]

My Experience Taking the ACT

On Tuesday, April 24th, 2018, all of the Juniors at Jenks took the American College Testing Exam, otherwise known as the ACT, in several testing areas around Jenks High School. The test was free, paid for by the school, to help students gain college readiness and feedback about […]

The End of an EOI Era

Students have noticed that there’s no EOIs in sight this 2017-2018 school year. Instead, Juniors take a science test, a free ACT, and a written assessment for US history. The state law has changed, so Oklahoma does not use EOIs to assess students anymore. Our state now implements […]