Finley and Kara competed against fourteen other students from eight high schools that offer JCC Public Speaking.
Tiffany & Gabriella, along with JHS teacher, Norma DeJoy, attended the event.
Students are working on project-based assignments with Namibia friends.
Kick Off at JHS Battle of the Classes on 4/17 from 5 - 7 p.m.
Kiwanis Larry Brown delivers the happy "Terrific Kids" news each month!
Grayson Holt and William Karr were the top 2 winners at the Zone Level of the Optimist Oratorical Contest.
The student found out about four generations during Library time with Becky Luhman.
Eight St. Bona School of Adolescence Education students working with JHS teachers.
5th graders are reading "The Most Beautiful Roof in the World" in ELA.
Donate to Jamestown PROMISE Fund's Community Athletic Drive Until 5/10!
The Jamestown PROMISE Fund Advisory Board announces a Community Athletic Equipment Collection Drive. The drive will collect a wide-range of equipment and footwear.
Take a look in your closets, garages & attics! Jamestown PROMISE Fund's Athletic Drive will end on May 10th with the Joe Paterniti Invitational Track & Field Meet at Strider Field. If you can't make that event, you can drop off your donations at any Jamestown school!
Health-related absences are a key cause of children missing too much school. A groundbreaking statement on chronic absence released by the American Academy of Pediatrics calls attention to the critical role that pediatricians can play in educating families and communities about how to prevent health-related absences. "The Link Between School Attendance and Good Health" encourages health care providers to promote strong attendance through interactions with patients and their families. Pediatricians can also advocate for policies that help reduce chronic absence in the community, and the state and federal policy levels. Find the policy statement here.
Love Elementary School One of 5 Finalist for $1,000 Grant - VOTE!
Love Elementary School teacher Laurie Hind is one of 5 teachers up for a $1,000 grant for equipment for her classroom & school through "Imagine Through Youth Foundation" grant. Vote HERE (click the "like" button) under the video!
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Check out the dates for UB S-miles to go free dental service at JPS.
Any JHS student is eligible to enroll in the School-Based Health Center - Enroll now!
The Success Academy is a 5-12 school that will focus on helping students master life skills necessary for success in life and career!