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Shannon Messenger Meeting – Part II

Mailynn Nguyen, Writer

February 14, 2019

Filed under Arts and Entertainment, Opinion

I know all you readers have been waiting agonizingly for this part two (of course, you don’t know how long the wait was for us Keeper fans. Oh, how long a year can be!). Anyway, if you’d like more of a context with the ...

Meeting author Shannon Messenger – Part I

Mailynn Nguyen, Writer

January 31, 2019

Filed under Opinion, Reviews

On November 30, 2018, fans of the Keeper of the Lost Cities series had the chance of a lifetime: to see author Shannon Messenger. (The TAB club also listened in to an interview with Shannon Messenger and a school in Fairf...


Scarlett Carrasco and Melanie Ordonez

December 13, 2018

Filed under Opinion

What’s cooking Jefferson? is a new feature we will be posted on a regular basis about recipes. For our first recipe, we are featuring a sweet treat prepared in Family and Consumer Sciences that Ms. Boda shared with us: Cake...

Author Shannon Messenger Visits Alexandria

Mailynn Nguyen, Writer, Reviews

November 2, 2018

Filed under Opinion, Reviews

The first thing book fans wish for is meeting their favorite book characters. Their second wish is meeting the author of their favorite book, and, for fans of the series Keeper of the Lost Cities, their second wish has been granted! Shannon Messenger, author of...

TAB Club at Jefferson

Scarlett Carrasco and Ashley Aparicio Lizama, Writers

November 2, 2018

Filed under Features, Opinion

Hello,  fellow readers! Are you planning to join TAB? TAB (Teen Advisory Board) is a club that talks about great books and decides which book should be a TAB book of the year. The next meeting of TAB will be held on November...

Spirit Week!

Scarlett Carrasco and Ashley Aparicio Lizama

October 12, 2018

Filed under Features, Opinion

Aren’t you excited about spirit week? The TJMS Newspaper Club members definitely are! In case you don’t know when spirit week is, it is October 29-November 2. Spirit week is important, as Ms.Pennington said “We made this we...

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