• October 11Contact: [email protected]

O’Town, the most diverse high school in the state, embraces its many cultures with 2nd Annual Interfaith panel

O’Town, the most diverse high school in the state, embraces its many cultures with 2nd Annual Interfaith panel

Written by Jalen Baylis, Feature Editor
February 21, 2017
Filed under School News & Events, Student Life, Student Perspectives, Teacher Feature

Today at John Overton High School is International Day. This day is the day the Overton community chooses to embrace and recognize all of the different nationalities and cultures that exist within the school. There were many different activities held, from traditional dances and foods to cultural...

International Day Photos, Stories and Philosophies

International Day Photos, Stories and Philosophies

February 21, 2017
Filed under Arts and Entertainment, School News & Events, Showcase, Student Life

Each year, John Overton High School holds a comprehensive International Day that introduces students to the multitudes of cultures and countries that are represented in our community. The day is more than a walk through and nibble on international foods and read a few posters in the gym day, religious...

International Day activities in small gym are full of festivities

International Day activities in small gym are full of festivities

Written by Austin Bennett, Feature Reporter and Photographer
February 21, 2017
Filed under School News & Events

John Overton High School participates in something we call International Day every year. It consists of students showing off their country with posters, cultural dances, and their traditional cuisine. This year Mrs. Ginsberg had her students create many different activities for students to engage...

Student Editorial: Future generations are not interested in a future full of lies

Student Editorial: Future generations are not interested in a future full of lies

Written by The Bobcat Beat Editorial Staff
February 15, 2017
Filed under School News & Events, Showcase, Student Perspectives

There is a misconception that teens do not care about the news. This is an example of an Alternative Fact. Here is an actual fact - 62 % of teens polled by the Bobcat Beat care strongly enough to seek out factual news. Sixty-five % of the teens who responded to our poll shared that they care "most definitely" th...

The Student News Site of John Overton High School
School News & Events