By Frenz Cabison It was Wednesday morning, 7:19 AM to be exact. I entered the familiar gates of the school, but the atmosphere that met me felt unusual. It was silent and empty. My dad who dropped me off a little bit earlier than usual thought that classes might have been cancelled. Getting out off
Pokemon Go is such a popular game because it allows people to venture beyond their homes and dive into the mystical world of Pokemon, a world that allows them to feel as if they are a real life Pokemon trainer, but how does it affect our fellow classmates and staff here at Jefferson High School?