Ten Kids With Heart honored

Kids with a Heart Winners

Although the weather outside was cold and drizzly, there was nothing but warmth and sunshine at the Village at Stone Oak shopping plaza Saturday morning when dozens of families and friends gathered to honor 10 remarkable boys and girls. Winners of the Kids With Heart! contest, the students from throughout the San Antonio area were rewarded for the care, compassion and concern they have shown their community within the past year.

Switching Roles

New Faces on the Reagan stage

Switching Roles: A Surprise in West Side Story
By Jennie Zurovetz

Scholarships available to Reagan students

Reagan High School seniors are invited to apply for two $1,500 scholarships offered by Methodist Stone Oak Hospital. This is the third year the hospital, currently under construction near Hwy 281 and Sonterra Boulevard, will present the Hospital of the Future Scholarships. 

Johnson cheer, dance directors anticipate competitive teams

Bringing passion, talent and determination, the cheer and dance directors for Johnson High School are expecting to lead highly competitive and talented programs at the brand new campus set to open this fall. “I am looking forward to building a program that is successful competitively, but also equally successful in supporting the school, its spirit and its athletes,” says Johnson Cheerleading Director Shannon McKinley. 

Hundreds attend Johnson meet and greet

 Hundreds of students and parents attended Johnson High School’s first community meet and greet Jan. 31. Hosted by Kristopher Wickerham, principal of the new school, the meeting offered an opportunity to meet key staff members and hear updates about the new school expected to open this fall.

Reagan Orchestra fills bookstore with music

 Having just battled traffic, limited parking and the holiday frenzy, many shoppers entered the nearby bookstore with a scowl, a few grumbles and a humbug or two. Yet, once the peaceful tunes of the Reagan Orchestra touched their ears, the stresses of the day were forgotten and smiles quickly returned.