Join the Community Group that is interested in promoting
the new PreK-12 School Building
Volunteers are needed to work towards the passage of the debt exclusion vote in November 2014.
Please call Karen Santorelli at the firstname.lastname@example.org if you are willing to join the effort that will benefit the whole town.
Summer assignments for rising 7th Graders and Grades 8-12 are now available. Assignments are due the first week of school, and is worth 5% of the Term 1 grade.
The goal of the summer math assignment is to reinforce concepts and help students retain skills taught throughout the school year. Various types of problems are included which will cover a wide array of topics. The work should be completed on the answer sheets in the space provided for each day.
Rising 7th Grade
Fall Sports Notice - Students wishing to participate in fall sports need to have an updated physical. Physicals expire 13 months from the date of the last physical on file with the school nurse.
Sports physicals with Dr. Tremblay will be provided, Thursday, August 21 at 9 AM in the JSHS's nurse's office.
Parental permission forms may be obtained from the main office or outside of the nurse's office and it can be downloaded here. Please call the office for further information.
Do you already shop at Target? Join their "Take Charge of Education" program and our school will receive 5% of what you spend on your Target charge or debit card.
Go to https://www-secure.target.com/redcard/tcoe/home for more information and help the JSHS!
Stop & Shop A+ School Rewards Program
You can help us support our schools with this generous program. If you missed the Parent Group table during Back to School Night, you can still participate in this program. More information is available as follows: http://www.stopandshop.com/aplus
IS YOUR CHILD'S CELL PHONE AND TEXTING INTERFERING WITH THEIR
LEARNING OR GETTING THEM INTO TROUBLE?
Did you know?
Cell phones and especially texting are major contributors to teen social problems and bullying.
Cell phones and texting are a major cause of classroom disruptions and a leading cause of behavior incidents.