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Golden Spatula Recipient

Golden Spatula Recipient

April 11, 2017


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Ms. Wendy Wright is the current "Golden Spatula" recipient. She was nominated by Ms. Stacy Sobotka.

Administration

Administration

Celeste Kissinger

April 5, 2017


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Jerome High School is a great place for blossoming students and helping teens find their true potential. With teachers that are constantly by the student’s side when they have a question, or to help them with a problem. JHS maintains a healthy level of respect and eagerness to succeed between teachers...

Seniors, Rounding the Home Stretch – Spring Break

Seniors, Rounding the Home Stretch – Spring Break

Kaela McClure

March 16, 2017


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And spring break has arrived. Most seniors are completely done with their entire senior project! Congratulations! However, seniors need to remember to stay focused when returning to school the week after next. Seniors who still need to present their project, good luck! Those who are done remember to...

About Prom

About Prom

Kaela McClure

March 1, 2017


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A night full of unforgettable memories starts and ends with prom. A promenade was considered a formal introductory parading of guests at a party. These “parties” are considered to have begun as a “simple co-ed banquets that 19th century American universities held for each graduating class according...

Flooding in Jerome

Flooding in Jerome

Celeste Kissinger

February 19, 2017


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Wednesday night, the 8th of February, Jerome Idaho experienced some serious flooding. Enough so that two red cross centers were set up for flood victims, one in Jerome, and one in twin falls. They’ve set up a list of things to do to prepare yourself in case of a flood and what to do when a flood hi...

Madness in March

Madness in March

Joey Lenker

February 15, 2017


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Every year the NCAA hosts a massive nation-wide basketball tournament featuring sixty-eight of the top college teams in the nation known as March Madness. The first March Madness was way back in 1939, in which Oregon defeated Ohio State 46-33. The tournament has 6 rounds; Round 1, Round 2, Sweet...

Tiger Rumble Spirit Jam 2017

Tiger Rumble Spirit Jam 2017

February 2, 2017


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JEROME- JHS will host the Tiger Rumble Spirit Jam on Saturday, February 4 in the new gym.

Swimming is a Sanctioned Sport

Swimming is a Sanctioned Sport

Marita Avery

February 1, 2017


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JEROME – On Tuesday December 6, 2016 the Idaho High School Activities Association approved swimming as a sanctioned sport. In 1988 Swimming was sanctioned as a club. Ever since then the teams have been asking the Idaho High School Activities association (IHSAA) if they could get sanctioned as a...

Coaches VS Cancer Sneaker Week

Coaches VS Cancer Sneaker Week

Celeste Kissinger

January 31, 2017


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Cancer is categorized as a group of diseases characterized by uncontrolled growth and spread of abnormal cells. The National Cancer Institute estimates that approximately eight million Americans today have a history of cancer. More than 1,500 people die of cancer a day, which puts the death risk of cancer...

Free Events Pass

Free Events Pass

Celeste Kissinger

January 23, 2017


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Jerome High School is offering assistance to students who hope to attend after school events, but lack the money to get in. At the beginning of every school year students can choose to purchase a student activity card for thirty-five dollars. This pass allows them to get in free to every home game. Accounting...

Coaches vs. Cancer Sneaker Week

Coaches vs. Cancer Sneaker Week

January 23, 2017


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This week is Coaches vs Cancer Sneaker Week. We are, as coaches, wearing tennis shoes for the game. However, we are doing a few fundraisers for children's cancer research. One is a baked goods auction at a table outside of the gym. Second, will be selling tickets for $1 to raffle half court shots...

Snowpocalypse

Snowpocalypse

Joey Lenker

January 17, 2017


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To many parents in the area, the weather outside is quite frightful, but to the students it’s been quite delightful. Just 20 days into Winter and Jerome has already seen five snow days, two of which extended students’ Christmas break. Snow kept many stuck in their homes throughout last week. Plows...

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