BY LILLI FLEMING – Gender equality is a phrase that suggests all men and women were created equal. Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg was a very successful woman who fought for what she believed in. One of the things she fought for was gender equality. The United States v. Virginia case was one of the many … More Ginsburg leaves a legacy to America
The 2020-2021 IJHS Yearbook sales began Monday, November 16 and will run through Friday, December 18. Students received their orange yearbook sales form in homerooms on Monday and Thursday. Yearbooks cost $25. Cash or checks made payable to IJHS Yearbook will be accepted. Also, for the first time, students may purchase a yearbook online at yearbookordercenter.com … More Red Feather orders being accepted
BY GABI ISENBERG – Despite COVID-19, IJHS was able to make sports safe for players and coaches. School sports such as soccer, cross country, and football are now in session. The IJHS football team won their first game on September 16th. They won 3 games and lost 3 this season. And with new mask … More Football season comes to a close
The IJHS Forensics Team not only placed in all four of the categories they competed in at the Five County Junior High Forensics League Tournament held Thursday, November 12, but four members placed first in three of them. In the most competitive Impromptu category, freshman and forensics team veteran Abbie De Salvo once again placed … More IJHS Forensics team members take top three places in their categories
BY JEANICE HILL- Wildfires-a dangerous force of nature not to be messed with. It’s a shame that they occur almost every single year. California is the main hotspot for wildfires, especially in the summer. How are they started? How can we prevent them? It is just like a forest fire, but way worse, they … More Wildfires rage out west
Orders for the 2020-2021 IJHS yearbook Red Feather will run Monday, November 16 to Friday, December 18. The cost is $25. Students will receive their orange yearbook order form in homerooms on Monday and Thursday. Cash or checks made payable to IJHS Yearbook (blue or black ink) will be accepted. Also, for the first time, … More Yearbook orders begin Monday
Congratulations to Gianna Boyer (7) for her winning entry “18 Broad Street.” This is the second year Boyer has won the contest! We are pleased to publish her work below. 18 Broad Street by Gianna Boyer The engine murmured in my ears, and the road was packed full of cars. I could see a sign about … More Crimson Arrow announces winner of annual Scary Story contest
IJHS social studies teacher Mrs. Candice Lockard wouldn’t let anything, let alone a world-wide pandemic, keep her from organizing IJHS’s tribute to veterans. With contributions from several teachers and students, Mrs. Lockard created a video program in place of the annual Veterans Day assembly, maintaining a tradition important to the school and community.