Republican Tax Bill Affects Teachers on Campus
The House and Senate versions of the bill passed and some provisions will bring change to teachers' lives
By: Lauryn Luescher
The House and Senate tax bills were both passed by Dec. 2 and created large policy differences, leaving many teachers uncertain of their future at SJUSD. There is still no compromise between the bills, but there are many provisions that teachers and administrators are concerned about.
Three New Additions to Guided Studies
The Resource Program welcomes three new teachers to their department
By: Emily Dao and Siya Bedi
Three new teachers have joined the Resource Program this year, bringing in past experiences and new insights.
Skating into the First Hockey Season
New hockey team sparks interest in students wanting to represent Mustangs
By: Andrea Winters
The football and basketball teams were founded along with the school back in 1960, but it has taken 57 years for an ice hockey team to form.
A Concert Full of Color
Drama performs a musical vivid in song and humor
By: Brianna Hamilton
From an array of colors to an array of songs, the Drama department’s production brought the biblical story of Joseph to life with a fresh perspective on themes like redemption and other family values as Joseph experiences changes in his luck and fortunes.
Reclaiming the Right to Your Privacy on Campus
By: The Pony Express Editorial Board
Sexual harassment has become a daily aspect of our high school environment, from parties to classrooms and even on social media.
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