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Emily Feldker: Home away from home

Madison Cook, staff writer

October 24, 2016

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Every year at Jacksonville High School, there are always a slew of new teachers who are welcomed by the community. This year one of the new teachers is Emily Feldker, who is 22 years old and hails from Southern Illinois University...

Judene Stock: Cooking up knowledge

Mary Rose Prewitt, Staff Writer

October 21, 2016

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Judene Stock teaches the foods classes here at Jacksonville High School. Mrs. Stock has been teaching at JHS for 18 years, and she’s enjoyed every year of it. Teaching Foods at JHS for the past eighteen years has made her experienced...

Elisha Nelson: From 911 dispatcher to biology teacher

Sky Moberly, Staff Writer

October 21, 2016

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Elisha Nelson is currently a new teacher at Jacksonville High School; she is also a former Crimson. While a student at JHS, she was involved in science club and swim team for four years. The best thing about returning to her high...

Pep Rally takes place

Anna Bezler, Staff Writer

October 6, 2016

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Homecoming week has finally came to a close, but the memories students have taken away from it will last a lifetime. Homecoming week was full of many fun activities, but many people’s favorite was the pep rally that took place...

Greg Finn: Year one at JHS

Avery Dugan, Staff Writer

October 4, 2016

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Greg Finn started his teaching career when he was a college student. He was a tutor for seven years and also a teacher's assistant for three years. He also taught at a university after his studies for a year and a half, but this...

Meet the members of the JHS Homecoming court

Abby Mitchell, Staff Writer

October 3, 2016

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Homecoming is an exciting time for everyone throughout the JHS community, but it is an especially special time for those elected to the Homecoming court. This year’s Homecoming court was announced the Friday prior to Homecoming week. The c...

From Northern Italy to North America

Madison Cook, staff writer

September 27, 2016

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Every year at Jacksonville High School, there are several foreign exchange students. One the students this year is Giacomo Claus who hails from a small town close to Trento in Northern Italy. The town he comes from has about 17,000...

Barbie Davidsmeyer: New Vice Principal at JHS

Abby Scribner, Staff writer

September 22, 2016

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Barbie Davidsmeyer is the new assistant principal to Jacksonville High School this year. Before she came to JHS, she taught kindergarten through 8th grade special education in Cahokia, IL. Then Davidsmeyer became a special ed...

Rich McCoy: Returning to the classroom

Madison Reynolds, Staff Writer

September 16, 2016

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Rich McCoy is a returner to JHS. He taught at JHS for over thirty years and is a substitute for one of the teachers here at JHS. Many people always ask what the inspiration for becoming a teacher is. Well, for McCoy, his family...

Amy Ross: A rookie to JHS

Carlie Day, Staff Writer

May 20, 2016

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New this year at Jacksonville High School, Amy Ross was eager to bestow her love for reading and writing to her students. Coming from Roodhouse, IL teaching was always her number one career choice. With her interests ranging from...

Outstanding Senior Award Winners: Class of 2016

May 20, 2016

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Agriculture: Tim Seymour American Sign Language: Jessica Olsen Art: Bryce Grable Automotive Technology: Cole Wilson Business: Mason Pohlman Citizenship: Joe Brannan and Mason Pohlman Drafting: Alexandra McBride Electronics:...

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