By Mikyla Khan, Izabella Skinner, Carson Messick The Torch Hunters travel to Will Rogers HS in Tulsa, OK to find the famed ghost of Dr. Barnett and other hauntings at the school!
By: Lily Heritage Lights, camera, action! If that line excites you, you’re in for a treat. The Freshman Academy has a new broadcasting class open to grades 9-12. The class focuses on creating video content for JHS, such as video announcements that students would watch during advisory once […]
By: Bella Skinner Every time we read the news, it seems as if there’s a new story about heinous crimes directed towards schools. So what are Jenks Public Schools doing to prevent violence at their campuses? In a survey given to Jenks students asking if they felt safe […]
After a highschool career of working on academics and staying inside my little box, who would’ve thought that I would be walking onto a field, lacrosse stick in hand, ready and excited to die while attempting a sport? No one, absolutely no one, I thought to myself as […]
By: Greg Tiller What comes to your mind when someone mentions “Agriculture”? Is it livestock? Is it crops? Is it farmers? Most people would answer with one of those. We even published an article highlighting those aspects last year. However, a new class is expanding the field of […]
By: Amelia Kimberling This year saw the end of the Healing Hearts Club, also known as Grief Group, at Jenks High School. That then begs the question of what resources are still available to students? After some discussion with counselors Paula Lau and Joanna Majka, I found my […]
By: Carson Messick Senior season and football, two of the most important and stressful things in many of the students lives here at Jenks High School. Now mix them together, seems crazy right? The football players this year are putting up a strong fight to get the state […]