Friday, November 6, 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 ....
Kenna R., Johntaya M., & Javoun W.!
TODAY IN HISTORY
On this day in 1860, Abraham Lincoln was elected president. He was the 16th president of the United States and the first Republican to win the presidency.
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.
Main Entree: BBQ Riblets; French Fries; Corn-on-the-Cob
A la Carte: Chips & drinks will be sold at registers today.
Monday's Breakfast: Poptarts
Today will be an outside day unless we announce otherwise! Take your jackets with you to the cafeteria. You will not be allowed to go back to your locker after you eat before you go outside. Be prepared to choose an outside activity and then participate in that activity.
• 6th grade boys basketball ~ Practice today from 2:30-4PM.
We will have our fall dance tonight from 6-8PM. It will cost $3 for admission. Feel free to dress in your Halloween costume to the dance only. Keep in mind that all costumes must be appropriate for school.
Capture the moment at the dance! Yearbook Club will be selling pictures at the dance for $2 each. Glow-in-the-dark necklaces, mouth pieces, tattoos, & other items will also be sold.
Please be sure to tell your ride to be here NO later than 7:45PM!
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.
TWILIGHT BOWLING FOR TECHNOLOGY
Start planning to attend our next bowling night.
When: Tuesday, November 10th from 9-11PM
Where: Laketown Lanes
Cost: $15 gets you 2 hours of bowling fun and shoe rental
GENDER GIRLS' NIGHT OUT
Join the JMS Girls' Gender Team for an evening of food, fun, and crafting. Bring a dish to share and $1 to make your own fabulous trinket box. Later, join us as we go to Laketown Lanes to "Bowl for Technology."
Who: 8th Grade Gender Girls' Team ~ By invitation only!
Date: Tuesday, November 10th
Hosted by: Stewart, Foley, Nicholas, & Grace
RSVP: Ms. Stewart in room 202
Bowling for Technology is from 9-11PM [$15]
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 will cost $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.
TRIP TO JAPAN
Attention all 8th grade students ~ Are you interested in traveling to Japan? The Sister Cities Association of Springfield is now accepting applications for the 2010 Student Delegation trip to Ashikaga, Japan in June, 2010.
More information can be found in the wall file outside of the main office.
Remember our school expectations:
Respect Yourself • Respect Others • Respect Property