Welcome to this special issue of Junior Scholastic, World Affairs 2013.
What does JS stand for?
JS stands for Junior Scholastic (magazine)
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We have 56 other meanings of JS in our Acronym Attic
- Jonge Socialisten (Dutch: Young Socialists)
- Jordin Sparks (singer)
- Joseph Stalin
- Josephine Sisters
- Joubert Syndrome
- JScript (web/HTML scripting language, file extension)
- Jump If Sign
- Jump Squad (gaming clan)
- Jumper Setting
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Voting will take place online and through ballots made available in the 2012 back-to-school issues of Scholastic News and Junior Scholastic magazines.
[ILLUSTRATION OMITTED] In the fall of 1936, Lippert handed over the editorship of Coach so he could start Junior Scholastic magazine for grades 6-8 social studies, an instant success and still Scholastic's best-known magazine.
Dear Teacher, We the editors of Junior Scholastic, in order to create more perfect students, invite you to celebrate Constitution Week with us
Additionally, the Scholastic classroom magazines Scholastic News, Junior Scholastic and The New York Times UPFRONT, which are read by millions of students nationwide, will feature portions of the interview in their September issues.
Their stories and video reports are published online as well as in Scholastic News and Junior Scholastic classroom magazines.
Dear Teacher, Junior Scholastic has some exciting news.
The new digital features include: * Digitally Enhanced Issues - Each issue of Junior Scholastic will be completely digitized and enhanced with pop-up maps, graphs, and charts, as well as integrated video and audio.