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Sports Impact Lunch-In

Briannah Stickney '21, Reporter

February 11, 2020

On Jan. 30, the winter sports athletes took a trip to Westland City Hall to have lunch with former athletes where they had rather important conversations. The Glenn athletes spent about an hour and a half at city hall, talking...

AP Night; why you should go

AP Night; why you should go

February 11, 2020

John Glenn Diversity

John Glenn Diversity

February 5, 2020

LOCAL OFFICERS BRING THEIR K9 TO GLENN

Cristina Ray '21, Business Manager

January 22, 2020

Two police officers, Officer Trosper from Westland and Officer Yudt from Farmington Hills, brought a three year old German Shepherd named Dozer to Mrs. Drews’ room to demonstrate to students how police dogs are used and taught...

Toys For Tots

Toys For Tots

December 16, 2019

Deadline for AP exam registration has been extended

Alexa Richardson '21, Editor

November 4, 2019

The AP exam registration deadline was November 1. However, with a lack of students that registered for the exam, School Counselor, Ms. Martin, has chosen to extend the deadline. The new deadline is November 7, students will...

Are people aware of how much plastic they use and its effects

Cristina Ray '21, Business Manager

October 29, 2019

Many students and teachers at John Glenn High School are knowledgeable on plastic and its impact on the environment in present time [Oct. 2019]. Science teachers had very passionate views on the topic and the “average”...

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