A king was crowned at John Hopkins Middle last week. Anthony Quandt knocked out all of his chess opponents to become J. Hop’s “grandmaster” at a tournament for chess club participants.
A musical written by three J.Hop students is advancing to the National History Day competition in Washington, D.C. this June.
Find a treasure or donate a household item to the J.Hop garage sale this Saturday.
Five J. Hop eighth-graders win top awards for academics.
A panther mom and kittens are spotted north of the Caloosahatchee River.
JHMS staff dominate the annual students v. faculty basketball game.
Sixth-grader Michael Johnson's creativity is honored.
A project on the 1894 Pullman Strike advances to the state competiton.
Trojan boys open with a win, girls come away with a loss
St.Petersburg Opera Company treats JHMS arts focus students to a musical feast.
Trojans end their season with district title.
After a tense first half, the Trojans win 52-37.
The Lady Trojans win 27-25 in a tight game.
The corporation cites financial performance and long-term plans in its decision.
After 146 years, the curtain is set to close on Ringling Bros.Circus in May.
With a big win led by the bench, the boys' basketball team continues its first place standing
The Florida Senate is considering reducing the standardized testing schedule.
Organizers of the event have a new route and special guests for the popular parade.
A Jamerson Elementary educator wins the prestigious Milken Educator Award.
Wednesday's game was a difficult outing for the Lady Trojans.
JHMS drama teacher Ms. Hosey takes to the stage in celebration of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.
The boys' team wins 56-52 in a tight game.
Outgoing-President Barack Obama gave a farewell address filled with optimism on Tuesday evening.
The girls' team pummels Tyrone 23-12.
The housing complex should soon see improvements to its grounds and maintenance.
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