“Why wouldn’t we take the books to them?!”: Trojans Read The Way

“Why wouldn’t we take the books to them?!”: Trojans Read The Way

By: Lily Heritage Karen Workun is one of the teachers who helped organize and continues to be a major contributor to the new reading program, Trojans Read the Way, here at Jenks. You’ve probably heard about this program already, but what really is it?  Trojans Read the Way started with the idea that during the [...]

Crossing the Line: Quinn Brownell Races in Autocross Competitions

Crossing the Line: Quinn Brownell Races in Autocross Competitions

By: Drew Bethell Nearly 20 years ago a tornado ripped through Stroud, Oklahoma, shredding a nearby outlet mall. The owner decided not to rebuild, leaving it a wasteland of forgotten asphalt. Although there are no longer shoppers or even a building, the empty lot has found a new purpose as a race track for auto-crossers [...]

Poetic Hocus Pocus

Poetic Hocus Pocus

By: Hayden Alexander It’s Spooky season and what better way is there to get into the spirit than with some angsty poetry? With two meetings already in the books, Poetry club hopes to cast its spell on Jenks High School! The club was started by Eliz Fitshugh 12 after she discovered that unlike her old school, [...]