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3001 Allis St.
Springfield, IL 62703
217/585-5810
 

Daily Announcements

January 29, 2010

Friday, January 29, 2010

Our Instructional Focus:
At Jefferson Middle School we are...
• Reading
• Writing
• Reflecting
• And discussing what we learn

NO GUM IS ALLOWED AT SCHOOL!
NO RUBBER BANDS!

HAPPY BIRTHDAY TO ....
Ravyn V., Partick N., Willard H., Breyotta H., & Alec L.!

TODAY IN HISTORY
On this day in 1845, Edgar Allan Poe's famous poem "The Raven" was published in the New York Evening Mirror. Poe led a difficult life full of ups and downs. His work reflected his dark and somber life.

CAFETERIA
Main Entree: Hot Ham & Swiss; Spicy Oriental Chicken with Rice; Tator Tots
A la Carte: None until further notice due to behavior problems and the total disrespect of students toward the adults in the cafeteria.
Monday's Breakfast: Biscuits & Gravy

SPORTS
6th Grade Volleyball ~ Practice today from 4-5PM. There will be an activity bus.

7th & 8th Grade Girls Basketball ~ Turn in your uniforms!

7th & 8th Grade Volleyball ~ The girls had tough games last night against LMS. The team played VERY well together! Excellent team work last night ladies. Thank you to the team managers Adora N. & Courtney S. for keeping stats!

7th Grade:
Alyssa M. had 10 assists with Yasmeen W. & Gabby L. both leading in number of kills. Abby B. & Alyssa M. led in ACE serves.

8th Grade:
Jordyn S. led in assists with 14 total. Ally N. & Cassidy B. came in next with assists. Attackers included Megan G., Kala W., Faith M., Jordyn S., Hannah B., & Kala G. each with several kills. Lead ACE servers included Megan G. with 9 & Ally N. with 8.

REGISTRATION FORMS
All 7th grade students that are going to the 8th grade, your registration forms are due Monday. If you don't turn in your form, you will have a noon detention. Please bring them to the guidance office.

ELECTRONIC DEVICES
Students ~ Cell phones, iPods, MP3 players, and any other electronic device should be turned off and out of sight during the school day. If ANY staff member sees a student with an electronic device of ANY kind, it will be taken away from that student. The device will then be taken to the office. The student's name will be attached to the device and then it will be put in the safe. A parent will have to come to school to pick up the device.

6th GRADE BOYS' NIGHT OUT
What: 6th grade Boys' Night Out
Who: Any JMS 6th grade boy
When: Tonight
Time: 6-8:30PM
Where: JMS Gym
Cost: $10

For a Boys' Night Out, come to JMS tonight from 6-8:30PM. For $10 you will receive a night of fun, food, & games. There will be pizza & snacks. You'll learn how to make edible poop, construct airplanes, do an engineering challenge, play video & board games, make marble & Tech Deck mazes, make slime, & watch G-Force, the movie.

Please return your form & $10 to Mrs. Borders as soon as possible.

MOVED?
If you have moved recently, please give the office the new information. We need your current address and phone contact information.

GUEST TEACHERS
At JMS, adults are in charge. When you have a guest teacher, you are expected to be respectful and helpful. Disrespect will not be tolerated.

SCHOOL STORE
The JMS School Store is open! Come to the main lobby before school and purchase school supplies.

SNACK ATTACK STORE
The Snack Attack Store is in the main lobby for after school before you board the buses. Each snack costs $1.

HALLWAY SWEEPS
In order to cut down on the number of students arriving tardy to class, we will continue having hallway sweeps this week. Once the tardy bell has rung, if you are not in class, you will be swept and consequences will be issued.

We will be doing hallway sweeps after school! If you are not being supervised by an adult, you will be in an all day buddy room.

YEARBOOKS
Last year's yearbooks are available for the low price of $10! See Ms. J-C in room 115.

DRESS CODE
Just a reminder ~ You may not wear a long-sleeved shirt under your short-sleeved uniform shirt. Girls ~ You may not tie your shirt in the back!

Remember our school expectations:
Respect Yourself • Respect Others • Respect Property