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Seniors Up in Arms Over Freshman Orientation Days

“Can someone please explain to me why we are ‘helping’ the freshmen?? I thought the whole idea was for them to be scared and confused… smh #ThisIsNotMyJD #RespectTraditions,” read a tweet shared by Tyler Aitkin last week.

Students Heartbroken Over Potential TikTok Ban

“The loss of TikTok will leave a giant music note shaped hole in the hearts of the JD community,” Mr. Gasparini told the entire school over the loudspeakers.

Hand-washing Video Elicits Chaos and Confusion

In their latest efforts to slow the spread of COVID-19, JDHS administration decided to present students in grades 9-12 with what they believed to...

Yampage to Receive No Funding in the 2020-2021 School Year

SOMEWHERE PAST JULY 2020- The JDHS 2020-2021 budget has been proposed and voted on. Changes are going to be made to hopefully better the...

New Program Inspired by Monsters Inc. Provides Safety to Bathroom-Goers

In these unprecedented times, administrators and staff have been forced to come up with solutions to problems they’ve never had to face before. While...

“I’m Trying,” Says Dr. Smith

Schools all over the world are having to rethink how they run and JD superintendent Peter Smith has a unique plan for the coming...

J-D Student-Athletes React to Altered Fall Sports Season

This is not the year that any of the student-athletes at Jamesville-DeWitt expected. Restrictions due to COVID-19 have left athletes with altered rules and...

The State of High School Sports, Fall 2020

The world of sports is seemingly in disarray right now. Because of the impacts of COVID-19, both professional and collegiate leagues are working through...

Deadly Wildfires Wreak Havoc Across West Coast

Record breaking wildfires across 12 Western states have burned more than 4.3 million acres, roughly the size of New Jersey, according to the National...