The Bus is On Its Way

Last year, in the most heartbreaking way, our Varsity Girls Basketball team found out that the State Tournament was cancelled as they were already on the bus making their way to the Big House. This moment was a marker for our community as the first of many things that COVID-19 took away. We lost our … Continue reading The Bus is On Its Way

Recap of Tuesday Night: Longhorns Lose Heartbreaker to #13 OCS 52-50

Written by JHS Senior, Isaac Foster The Jones Longhorns (1-5) faced the Oklahoma Christian School Saints (1-1) on Tuesday night in Jones. The Longhorns attempted to snap their losing streak with a win, while the Saints looked to bounce back from their loss to Silo. Both teams seeking to find a rhythm in their season … Continue reading Recap of Tuesday Night: Longhorns Lose Heartbreaker to #13 OCS 52-50

Bo(ston) Knows

In 1989 Bo Jackson introduced the world to the phrase “Bo Knows”. He was a star running back at Auburn and then in the NFL, while simultaneously playing in the MLB at a high level. Thus the well-known phrase “Bo knows” was born. Since then, it has been used in reference to athletes that excel … Continue reading Bo(ston) Knows

CHOIR, MUSICAL THEATER PARENTS AND COMMUNITY

Basically, I am writing this because I miss all of you.  Everyone has been dealing with COVID-19 in various ways and when it comes to Choir and singing, or Musical Theater and acting, we have not had many options.  There was a massive amount of research done since March 2020, from our national music and … Continue reading CHOIR, MUSICAL THEATER PARENTS AND COMMUNITY