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Hoops and Homecoming

Last Friday, January 26th, 2018 was Basketball Homecoming. This event is put together by the student council members every year. The homecoming committee and the senior class president, Hannah Welp, along with adviser Julie Ferguson, have worked…

Travel and Expand the Mind

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Traveling opens your heart and mind into new horizons. This is why our faculty decide to host wonderful trips for the students to experience. Excitement awaits for the summer of 2019, when students get to travel to new countries and experience…

Abstract Thinking

Jasper High School Sculpture class, led by Mrs. Fleck, has gotten started with the new year in an interesting way. The students are working vigorously to find their way of thinking with an abstract eye. What makes something abstract? There is…

Dare to Dream!

Tim Worley, former American football running back who played for the Georgia Bulldogs in college, and the Pittsburgh Steelers and Chicago Bears of the National Football League, inspired us all at JHS with great energy. Tim explained the story…

A Day to Remember

On Thursday, October 5th, schools from across the nation celebrated manufacturing day. Engineering students of Jasper High School and surrounding schools.“The afternoon group consisted of Crawford County, Pike, Heritage Hills and Jasper.”…

Welcome to JHS

The Jasper High School Student council welcomes new students to the school with an amazing lunch, and a chance to meet new students just like themselves. The students were able to enjoy pizza, cookies and many other goodies. Students talked…

Spicy Surprise

Jasper High School’s Culinary classes, Taught by Mrs. Beier, shifted into cooking with their first official food task. Each class made their own salsa. It took a lot of prepping for the class to get to this task though. Starting off…

Planting in Biology

Earth day has come and gone, but that has not stopped Ms. Spellmeyer’s biology classes. With their discussion of human impact on the environment, Spellmeyer’s fifth period class took a trip outside and showed their love for nature by…

In Admiration of Lexi

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On Friday, April 28, Jasper High School celebrated the life of Alexa "Lexi" Layne Mattingly, 16, from Holland who passed away April 20th. Jasper High School wore plaid in remembrance of Lexi who was well liked among local schools. Mattingly…

Flaunt for Frankie

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The Jasper Dance Team stepped out onto the basketball court dressed in yellow and black stripped overalls. To any other team, these outfits have no significance. But, the Jasper community immediately knows the story behind their unique…

Winter Weather Spells Speculation

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In this area of the country, it seems like every time a winter weather system starts threatening the area, the threat of school being cancelled always seems to take over towns.  In Jasper, this is certainly the case.  With the potential for…

"Dancing for those who can't"

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Jasper High School has hosted Riley’s Dance Marathon for the past three years. The event will take place from 5 p.m. to 10 p.m. on Friday, March 16 in the auxiliary gym. Admission is free and open to all students, but a donation of $10…

Another Step for Jasper’s Future Broadcasters

Over the course of the past several years, the Jasper High School Radio and TV program has been making some incredible advancements in their involvement within and outside the walls of Jasper High School.  Two years ago at the Indiana Association…

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