2:00 PM - 3:15 PM
4:00 PM - 9:00 PM
8:00 AM - 3:30 PM
8:00 AM - 3:30 PM
Tuesday, June 2: CTE 3rd block classes and 4th block classes
Wednesday, June 3: Teacher-made exams (includes world languages, fine arts, and Health & PE)
NOTE: June 1-3 are regular school schedule days; when not in an exam, students should be in their regular classes.
Thursday, June 4: 8:00-12:00 Math I EOC ; 12:30-3:15 1st Block NC Final Exams
Friday, June 5: 8:00-12:00 Biology EOC ; 12:30-3:15 2nd Block NC Final Exams
Monday, June 8: 8:00-12:00 English II EOC ; 12:30-3:15 3rd Block NC Final Exams
Tuesday, June 9: 8:00-12:00 EOC Makeups ; 12:30-3:15 4th Block NC Final Exams
Wednesday, June 10: 8:00-12:00 EOC Makeups AND NC Final Exams Makeups
NOTE: June 4-10 students are not required to be on campus unless they are in an exam. Any student on campus during these days must sit quietly in the media center, no laptops, phones, or other electronic devices allowed.
Reminder: All students complete a summer reading assignment, regardless of class level. Students in CP sections can choose a book based on their personal interests; students in honors sections read the same books:
Honors Freshman English: To Kill A Mockingbird
Honors Sophomore English: The Alechemist
Honors Junior English: The Joy Luck Club
Honors Senior English: The Taming of the Shrew
Students may not check out summer reading until all other library items are returned or paid for.
July 11: All football players (including rising 9th graders) and any other athletes who play only one sport.
July 18: All rising 9th graders EXCEPT those playing football and all athletes who intend to play multiple sports.
Click here to download the English PowerPoint file.
Click here to download the Spanish PowerPoint file.
• Ronald Fox and Meg Moore, 1st in Hospitality and Tourism Operations Research and 5th in Buying and Merchandising Team Decision Making.
• Marissa Devine and Luke Pierce, 2nd in Hospitality Team Decision Making.
• Marissa Devine, Sarah Thomas, and Madison Walters, 3rd in Financial Literacy Promotion Plan.
• Jaxon Mitchell and Mariann King, 5th in Sports and Entertainment Team Decision Making.
• Evan Teague and David Smith, 7th in Travel and Tourism Team Decision Making.
• David Brewer and Alec Brewer, 9th in Hospitality Team Decision Making.
“I couldn’t be prouder of all our students,” said Luke Nicks, JM DECA advisor. “They’ve worked extremely hard, and I can’t wait to take them to the International Leadership Conference later this spring.”
Nicks was also honored with the Clifton C. Belcher Professional Division Award for outstanding leadership, guidance and meritorious service.
Biological Science-A, Honorable Mention: “The Effect of Colloidal Silver on Bacterial Growth” by Gray Knight in Mrs. Sandel’s class
Biological Science-B, Honorable Mention: “The Primacy Effect, Are we all created equal?” by Morgan Troxler in Mrs. Sandel’s class
Biological Science-B, 3rd Place: “ Radish Radiation” by Carlie Mote Ms. Brown’s class
Chemistry, 2nd Place: “How does surface area affect evaporation rate?” by Emily Nona in Mr. Tillett’s class
Chemistry, 1st Place: “Solutes Affect on Boiling Point” by Madison Walters and Blake Ward in Mr. Tillett’s class
Earth Science, 3rd Place: “Does Color Equal Moisture” by Alyssa Gains in Ms. Brown’s class
Earth Science, 1st Place: “The effect of acidic substances on limestone” by Yazmin Aguila in Mrs. Micancin’s class
Engineering/Applied Science, Honorable Mention: “So Long Soil” by Garrett Jourdan in Mrs. Sandel’s class
Engineering/Applied Science, 3rd Place: “The Effect of Cleaning Agents on Contaminated bird feathers” by David Brewer in Mrs. Sandel’s class
Engineering/Applied Science, 1st Place: “Volatic Cells” by David Smith and Charles Daniel Mr. Tillett’s class
Nick Guariglia: 1st place in Sports and Entertainment Marketing
Jaxon Mitchell: 2nd place in Sports and Entertainment Marketing
Mariann King: 2nd place in Retail Marketing
Luke Pierce: test score finalist in Sports and Entertainment Marketing
David Brewer: role-play finalist in Sports and Entertainment Marketing
Parker Lajeunesse: test score finalist in Quick Serve Restaurant Management
Sarah Thomas: role-play finalist in Quick Serve Restaurant Management
Trey Lineberry: test score finalist in Quick Serve Restaurant Management
Madison Walters: role-play finalist in Retail Marketing
Marissa Devine: role-play finalist and overall finalist in Retail Marketing
Thanks to other JM groups participating in the parade, including HOSA, DECA, and the Jammin' Jets Marching Band, for helping make the evening a great experience for our community!
A special acknowledgement to our students who serve as district officers: Eduardo Fernandez, Delena Carcamo-Melgar, Oscar Bacilio, and Kelsey Moffitt who organized and led a seminar on leadership skills for their peers from throughout the district.