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8th Grade Orientation at AHS--CHANGED to Monday Night--3/10
8th Grade Students and Parents:
The orientation at AHS for this Thursday, has been changed and postponed to Monday Night--March 10th!
Spelling Bee Winners
We had an amazing Spelling Bee with 31 contestants! Juliet Stephenson was the winner with Sarah Goth the runner-up. We wish Juliet luck in the next round at the County level!
Please read about our Boxtop contests starting soon! It is free money for our school--please help out! Click here for info
Join The PTSA!
If you haven't joined the PTSA, please do so! Click here for the information on joining.
Authorization to Administer Medication at School
Attached is the form that authorizes school personnel to administer medications to students. Parents who want their students to receive prescription or over-the-counter medications at school must submit this form. Please submit to the student services office. Click here for the authorization form
Don't wait on your T-dap vaccination
Parents of 6th graders should be thinking about getting their children vaccinated for whooping cough in preparation for 7th grade. The vaccination, called Tdap, is often given around 5th grade, but many 6th graders still need the shot. State law requires all students to provide proof of the vaccination before starting 7th grade. Turn in shot records at anytime during the school year at the MJHS Student Services Office. Your child cannot start the 2014/2015 school year without Tdap verification.
Check each teacher webpage for student assignments.
Purchase a Yearbook here!
Our order number is 16337
* 8th Grade Parents: purchase an ad for your student--click here for the flier
MJHS Bullpup Daily Bulletin
Watch the daily bulletin here
SBAC vs. CST Testing For This Year
Read here a letter to parents on the new testing this year instead of the STAR tests.