Beautiful Intensity: The Work of a Ballerina

Beautiful Intensity: The Work of a Ballerina

By: Lily Heritage Whenever you think of dance, a picturesque ballerina may come to mind. They twirl with an elegance that seems almost effortless. However, effortless it is not. Behind the curtains lies a world of blisters, bandaids, and muscle rollers.  Annarose Atamian is a senior here at JHS, and she knows this world all [...]

“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 [...]

Concussions On Campus

Concussions On Campus

By: Jett Millican Concussions are everywhere.  You hear about them happening to you friends and peers, but to a person who has never experienced a concussion it can be hard to understand that they are more than just a big headache. Jenks Athletic Trainer, Michael Catterson sees over 70 concussion cases involving Jenks students and [...]