Robotics State Competition Delta Kicks Family off Plane What will happen if you don’t sleep? Auburn University anwsers questions Vegemite in class!? 13 Reasons Why Common Meals in Japan Parasites in Rats Could Be Linked to Mental Illness The Science Behind Fidget Spinners Cassini’s Final Flyby of Titan Fun New Fun Night! April the Giraffe Gives Birth Blood Falls, East Antarctica Wikipedia Cofounder Jimmy Wales, Aims to Launch a News Website Speaking Two Languages is Better For your Brain Than Sudoku Shakira and Maluma’s New Song “Chantaje” Breaks Youtube Record Review of Chilango’s Cantina Grill Hawiian Parasite infects tourists Freddie Answers Failing Frankly Freddie Answers Choir Caroler JPEC’s Softball Team Swings Into Their First Year One of The Key Components of Life Has Been Detected on Enceladus’s Surface Freddie Answers Bothered for Braces Having Pets as an Infant Lowers Risk to Allergies and Obesity How Bullying Affects Students The East Coast’s Dune Erosion Citizens In Jackson Michigan Petition The NDO Common Meals in Japan High Schoolers Sat Down for The SAT LGBTQ+ Concentration Camps in Checnya Trump’s Missile Launch on The Middle East Club Penguin Waddles for the Final Time Coco, Disney’s Newest Movie Freddie Answers Aimless Author Electronic Flight Ban JPEC Robotics Team Obtains Three Awards! The New Nintendo Switch Twelve New Celebrities Compete for the Mirrorball Trophy Freddie Answers Drastic Drama Insane Facts About The Human Body Future Budget Cuts in Store for the Environmental Protection Agency Beauty and the Beast Review Jamaican Rice is Fake!?!? The Beginning of the GSA Jackson Woman Competes On Jeopardy Special Edition Red iPhone New Transportation Available in Jackson is Uber Cool! March Madness College Prep Lounges Out for Reading Month Bombers Attack in Syria Resulting in Multiple Casualties The $15 Minimum Wage March is Reading Month Storm Stella Puts Millions Under Weather Advisories Bachelor Nick Viall Finally Gets Engaged! Glowing Frogs In South America? Do you Need to Change your Sleep Schedule? PI Day! The 8th Grade Heads out West Hawaii, The First State To Sue President Trump Over The New Travel Ban Women’s Rights Activists Take Streets on March 8th Michigan’s Asian Carp Issues Your Chicken Nuggets May Have the Flu! American Horror Story and The 2016 Presidential Election Will The Arctic Sea Ice Be Doomed To Disappear Even With Reaching The Climate Target? How Much is Your Penny Really Worth? Technology! Is it Too Much For Us? Government Requires Flint Residents to Pay Water Bills Again Study Finds Vitamin D, The Sunshine Supplement, Can Prevent Common Colds New Game Announced in Legend of Zelda Franchise Freddie Answers Spiteful Springbreaker Why are Winters Getting Warmer? NASA Discovers Seven New Planets! Academy Award Nominations Superintendent Whiston visits JPEC Benefits of Achieve3000 Advanced Choir Goes to Festival 2017 Newberry Award Winner Everlasting Lightning of Venezuela Students Set Goals for NWEA Testing Vladimir Putin Signs Law Decriminalizing Domestic Violence The Perfect Milk Fake Or Not? Casual Friday is Changing! Watch Out, Fans of Arby’s! Verizon’s Plowing the Competition Once Again! Advantages of Sports Eighth Grade Falcons Take the NAEP Freddie Answers Meek Musician Doc B is the Best Teacher in Jackson – Literally! Advanced Choir Goes to Festival Geoguessr Teaches JPEC Students While They Have Fun! New Movies Coming in 2017 Administration Spotlight: Laura VanWormer The Daisy Cutter Tom Brady’s Jersey Got Stolen? Teacher Spotlight: Miss Shirk The Super Babies Sweet Surprise! JPEC’s Flower Sale JPEC Student Goes to Open Auditions for America’s Got Talent The Rise of Fidget Cubes at JPEC

Auburn University anwsers questions

Auburn University is a college that will answer any questions you have ever wanted to know. They have been using the hotline (344)-844-4244 since before 2007. The University wasn’t gaining a lot of attention until 2007 when Oprah Winfrey put the hotline in her magazine as “Phone numbers to remember”. The workers of Auburn University […]

Common Meals in Japan

Breakfast is the most important meal of the day, which is what we start our day with it. In America, a common breakfast might be a bowl of cereal or a pop tart. In Japan, it’s much different. Most times if Japanese parents have extra time in the morning before their child goes to school, […]

Wikipedia Cofounder Jimmy Wales, Aims to Launch a News Website

Jimmy Wales, Wikipedia’s cofounder has set out to combat fake news; his strategy? To create an entirely new approach to the news.   Articles on WikiTribune, the name of Jimmy Wales news publication site, will be written by professional journalist. However, the articles will be edited by volunteer fact-checkers and paid for by readers who […]

Speaking Two Languages is Better For your Brain Than Sudoku

More than half of the world’s population is bilingual. New research reveals that being bilingual has a great effect in the person’s brain. One in four Americans speaks two or more languages. And one-third of people who speak more than one language are 100% bilingual.  Bilinguals are constantly switching between languages since each language is […]

Shakira and Maluma’s New Song “Chantaje” Breaks Youtube Record

Recently the duo, Shakira and Maluma released a new song “Chantaje”. The song became a hit and broke the YouTube record with 1 Billion Views in just 141 days, dethroning Nicky Jam’s “Hasta El Amanecer”. It became the third fastest growing video to reach 1 billion views on Adele’s “Hello”, and Psy’s “Gangnam Style”. Chantaje […]

One of The Key Components of Life Has Been Detected on Enceladus’s Surface

According to the findings of NASA, many elements needed for life are present on Enceladus; Saturn’s 6th largest moon.   The Cassini spacecraft has been orbiting Saturn for over two decades. In 2015 it was found that 0.4 to 1.4 percent of the plumes jet constituents which erupted from Enceladus’s icy core contained hydrogen.   […]

Having Pets as an Infant Lowers Risk to Allergies and Obesity

According to Medical News Today, exposing babies to pets at a young age will lower the child’s risk to allergies and obesity. This is because pets provide two beneficial bacteria, Ruminococcus and Oscillospira that have been linked to decreasing the likelihood of obesity and allergies. The effects will be active if the baby is exposed […]

LGBTQ+ Concentration Camps in Checnya

Early April 2017, the Republic of Chechnya had been accused of illegally detaining, beating, and torturing those believed to be gay with electric shocks, according to Snopes News. Other news reports outside Russia have suggested that the secret prisons in Chechnya are concentration camps, comparing to the holocaust age. Mirror says that there have been […]

Electronic Flight Ban

The United States government is currently banning passengers from having certain electronics on nonstop bound flights from eight Middle Eastern and North African Countries. The government have banned any electronics bigger than a cellphone such as laptops, kindles, ipads, cameras, and many other electronics. This ban only applies to ten airports in the United States. […]

Future Budget Cuts in Store for the Environmental Protection Agency

In the White House’s proposed 2018 budget plan, the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) is set to have a thirty one percent reduction in their budget. In order to achieve that reduction around fifty of the EPA’s programs would have to be terminated.   It is known that Donald Trump has been skeptical about climate change, […]

March Madness

A month of madness is here. Back on March 14th, the First Four played, beginning March Madness. The two teams that moved on from those faceoffs are Mt. St. Mary’s and Kansas State, eliminating New Orleans and Wake Forest, respectively. Already, multiple people’s brackets are “dead”, with a favored team out of the running. A […]