The Perfect Horror Movie for Your Halloween

The Perfect Horror Movie for Your Halloween

By: Aaron Siebert What’s your favorite thing about Halloween?  It’s a question that you’ve without a doubt heard multiple times in your life, but what’s always the first answer? Besides the costumes, decorations, weather, pumpkin spice everything, and candy; that’s right, horror movies!  No Halloween night is complete without a chilling piece of cinema made [...]

Double Threat Quarterbacks

Double Threat Quarterbacks

By: Natalie Eaton The bright Friday night lights, the student section screaming, and the community gathering  together to watch Jenks football play has begun once again. With the old players graduated, and new rookies filling in, everyone is excited to see the new players out on the field, especially in the quarterback position.  After coming [...]

Trojans Read The Way: A Movement of Literacy Accessibility

Trojans Read The Way: A Movement of Literacy Accessibility

By: Emma Zeller The importance of literacy spans far beyond the ability to read or write, it defines the way we interact and communicate with the world around us. Access to these educational resources has a crucial impact on the future of students both inside and outside the classroom. Books, and access to them, is [...]

Teaching Anew: Educators of JHS Give Insight Into their New Courses

Teaching Anew: Educators of JHS Give Insight Into their New Courses

By: Aaron Siebert School has returned once again, but it’s not the same JHS we once knew. The COVID-19 pandemic had an unpredictable effect on the curriculum last year, forcing the Jenks staff to adjust to changes, and some teachers to even retire from their positions.  But hard times create new possibilities, the possibilities in [...]

Project Unify: Reunified

Project Unify: Reunified

By: Kendall Webber They stare at the soccer ball as it rolls towards the goal and they hold their breath. All attention turns towards the ball as the goalie stands his ground, protecting his goal. He reaches for the ball but it slips through his fingers. The ball slams against the net and all the [...]

Staying Engaged: History with Hubble

Staying Engaged: History with Hubble

By: William Ford You walk into Mr. Hubble’s class, and you immediately notice one thing: everyone is engaged.  Students are always active, listening, and taking away valuable aspects from the lessons being taught. Jenks history teacher Corey Hubble, of course, is only one of many examples of the different ways teachers are keeping Jenks students [...]