COVID Can’t Stop This Disc Jockey: Jenks Disc Golfer, Thomas Ortiz

COVID Can’t Stop This Disc Jockey: Jenks Disc Golfer, Thomas Ortiz

By: Ben Brown Due to the distancing requirements of COVID-19, many people aren’t able to work out their competitive muscles playing pick up basketball at a park, playing football with their friends, or engaging in club sports. For some people, this means they simply lost the will to push themselves in a competitive setting, but [...]

The Work behind the Crown: Jenks Pageant Queens

The Work behind the Crown: Jenks Pageant Queens

By Izzy Pankey When you think of pageant queens, you think of pretty dresses, a runway, and some very shiny crowns. While those are all key components, the pageant world is more than it seems. These girls spend their years volunteering, creating platforms for themselves, and overall, working to build a better community around them.  [...]

Staying In Dress Code During In-Class Education

Staying In Dress Code During In-Class Education

By: Emma Zeller Each day as students are getting ready for school, something is running through their minds: the dress code. Dress codes ensure that students stay modest in class, updating frequently to better mandate the styles.  Recently, Jenks updated its dress code. The school consulted different groups of students at JHS that made up [...]

Trojans Work Hard for the Money: Working Students at Jenks

Trojans Work Hard for the Money: Working Students at Jenks

By: Hayden Alexander There are many firsts in High School. The first football game, first car, and your first job. Receiving that initial paycheck after applications, interviews, and many laborious hours marks your debut into adulthood. Like many things in 2020, student jobs have been impacted by the pandemic. Jenks students however have been hard [...]