Tuesday, November 24, 2009
Our mission is to produce world-class citizens.
1. Good attendance of at least 91%.
2. Good education - grades of A/B or doing your very best; you will be prepared for tests, the next year, and for life!
3. Good behavior - Respect yourself. • Respect others. • Respect property.
It is never ok to be disruptive. It is never ok to be hurtful.
NO GUM IS ALLOWED AT SCHOOL!
NO RUBBER BANDS!
HAPPY BIRTHDAY TO ....
TODAY IN HISTORY
On this day in 1971, a hijacker named D.B. Cooper parachuted out of a Northwest Orient plane during a thunderstorm. Cooper had demanded $200,000 in ransom money. He also demanded that the plane fly toward Mexico at a low altitude. Most authorities assume he was killed during the jump. The fate of D.B. Cooper remains a mystery however a small portion of the ransom money was found along the north bank of the Columbia River in 1980.
7th & 8th grade students are not allowed in the 6th grade hallway unless their locker is in that hall, if they have Info Tech in room 116, or SSRW in a classroom in that hall. There will be consequences issued for ignoring this rule.
When you are in the halls between classes, please be respectful. Keep your voices at a reasonable volume, keep your hands & feet to yourself, walk quickly without running, and get to class on time!
Main Entree: Corn Dogs; French Fries; Corn
A la Carte:
Tomorrow's Breakfast: Cinnamon Raisin Biscuits
Today will be an outside day!
• 7/8th grade boys' basketball ~ Today's game against Franklin has been cancelled.
• 6th, 7th & 8th grade girls' volleyball ~ Any girls interested in volleyball in the 6th, 7th or 8th grade are invited to an open gym today from 5:30-7PM. Girls should meet in the school library for a few announcements first. Wear comfy clothes and gym shoes. Try-outs for volleyball will be after Thanksgiving break.
Buy a soda for $1 after school on today and Wednesday to help support the JMS science department. We will be selling from Mrs. Borders' office window.
Rude and inappropriate language and behavior will not be tolerated at after-school activities. Consequences will be issued. Those consequences could include you being banned from attending any after-school games or activities. Be polite. Watch your manners. Show good sportsmanship at all times.
If you have moved recently, please give the office the new information. We need your current address and phone contact information.
It has been brought to our attention that it is a safety issue having students sitting on the closed bleachers in the gym. Please DO NOT sit on the closed bleachers. If you are not involved in an activity in the gym and need to sit down, you will have to sit on the floor — not on the bleachers or the stage.
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.
If you do not have a confirmed ride home from after-school activities ~ meaning your own parent or guardian has made arrangements to pick yp up on time from scheduled activities ~ then do not attend! Students without adequate transportation will be banned from attending all after-school activities. This includes participants/players and spectators!
If you are removed from a classroom and are taken to a Buddy Room, you will not be allowed to participate in or attend school basketball games.
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.
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.
Just a reminder ~ Shorts or capris are no longer allowed as uniform choices until next spring. Also, you may not wear a long-sleeved shirt under your short-sleeved uniform shirt. Girls ~ You may not tie your shirt in the back!
You will no longer be allowed to wear colored plastic wrist bracelets at JMS. The colors of the bracelets carry meanings that are not acceptable for our school environment. Consequences will be issued to those who continue to wear the bracelets. Also, you may not wear ponytail elastic bands on your wrists.
Remember our school expectations:
Respect Yourself • Respect Others • Respect Property