One of Jeff High’s biggest problem has nothing to do with grades or attendance -- it’s about hunger.
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by: Haylee Hedrick and Adrian Blair Michael Jordan, Elvis Presley, Gene Kelly, Tom Brady and Albert Einstein are looked at as superior for dominating within their field. They showcase power and influence over others -- otherwise known as dominance. The JHS boys and girls swim teams have been dominating within the Hoosier Hills for years, … Continue reading Record-Drowning Red Devils
“Almost always, the creative dedicated minority has made the world better.” -- Martin Luther King. After the new year has passed and the month of January is in full swing, attention often turns to Martin Luther King Day: a day that honors a man who valued justice and equality. During his life, King showed humanity … Continue reading Serving up Awards and Helping Students live out the Dream
Four years play a big role in our society. It takes four years for high a school student to go from the “newbie” freshman to the ruling senior. The Olympics, made to test an athlete's true expertise, happens once every four years. The United States presidential election, voting for the face of our country, occurs … Continue reading JHS: Still Going Strong After Four “Straight” Years
Although the Presidential election between Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump will be the main topic of conversation on Nov. 8, 2016, those results aren’t the only ones for students to keep to an eye on. The results that will be affecting the students of Jeff High School the most will be the Greater Clark County … Continue reading Greater Clark County School Board Elections
Story by Haylee Hedrick From the moment that water started spurting out of the firehose, Gabi Knittle’s face exploded with uncontrollable joy and excitement. Knittle, who is a member of Angela Kern’s Careers Exploration class, accompanies a handful of classmates as they take a field trip to see their buddy, Sergeant Justin Ames, every Friday … Continue reading D-Crew: Fired Up For Fridays