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    8th Grade students who fail a CORE SUBJECT in the first semester MUST make a 75% or above during the second semester in order to pass that core subject area.
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    @jsmsnews to 81010
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  • If you would like to sign up  to receive announcements emailed from the school, then please email paula.splane@tangischools.org to be put on the parent distribution list.  Please send the name of the student(s) you are associated with as that is how we file the addresses.
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  • lunch       Lunch News:
    NO MORE LUNCH BILLS!   ALL STUDENTS WILL RECEIVE FREE LUNCH FOR THE NEXT 4 YEARS THANKS TO A GRANT!   Students are allowed to bring their own lunch from home if they prefer. 
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    For every online order placed with Scholastic, our school library receives a $3 credit to use towards new library books.  You can access all their book club catalogs on their site.
    Our school code is NHYZP.
     
  • There's An App for That!

    TPSS has an app that is available free from the App Store.  Once you download the app, you can set it to send you alerts and updates from the schools that you choose.  This is another way to keep up with the latest happenings in your school(s)!

Announcements

  • Congratulations to our boys' basketball team!!!  They finished their season as the district champs and were just one game shy of the Parish Championship!  We are very proud of the team and the hard work and effort they have shown this season!  This is a picture of them with their first place trophy for winning the Amite Tournament earlier in the year.

     

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        The Winter Formal Dance will be held on Friday, February 16th, in the JSMS gym from 6:30 - 9:00.  The lights will be turned back on at 8:55 and all students should be picked up promptly by 9:00.  Parents may park and come in the gym early to retrieve your child, if you wish to beat the crowd.  Parents are also welcome to come in the gym and stay during the dance as extra supervision. 

    Tickets purchased at school Thursday or Friday are $5.  They are $8 at the door. 
    This dance is a fundraiser for football so encourage your child to attend!
     
     
    Students who have an overdue  library book or have library or school fees to pay, must clear these debts before they can purchase a ticket.   
     
    Dress code is semi -formal.  That means no t-shirts, jeans, or shorts.  Boys may wear dress slacks with a collared shirt or a suit.  Ties and bow ties are optional but recommended.  
     
    Girls may wear a formal dress (floor length or knee length) or a pantsuit.  Strapless tops must be covered with a shrug, scarf, or shawl.  No bare shoulders on strapless dresses.  Dresses must adequately cover the rear end of the person wearing the dress.  The clothes for boys or girls should be age-appropriate and not have revealing cut-outs or be excessively tight! 
     
    There will be a photographer at the dance and the concession stand will be open.

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  • pull tabs

    The 4-H Clubs of Tangipahoa Parish have been asked to collect the pull tabs from cans for the Ronald McDonald House.  Please save your pull tabs and send or drop them off to us at school.  Your help in this service project is much appreciated!

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    As an incentive for students to exhibit good behavior and positive attributes at school, every six weeks two students will randomly be drawn to each win a $20 gift card.  The students who have not been in PAC or had an Out-of-School Suspension will be eligible for the drawing. 

    The two winners for the 3rd six weeks are: 

    Lennon Aultmann and Shykeria McKnight

    We are proud of these two young ladies for the good behavior they exhibit at school.  They are good role models for the other students!  

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    Spring pictures will be taken on Friday, February 23rd, for those who have PRE-PAID ONLY.  Envelopes with the pricing information will be distributed the week before picture day.

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        Please send all Boxtops  and Community Coffee  labels to Ms. Splane in the library or to the office.  They will get them to the PTSA so that they can redeem them for our school.  Although they can only be mailed off once a year,  we will COLLECT THEM ALL YEAR LONG!                                                  
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HEADLINES

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    Please click the image above to learn more about the cumulative grading procedure being used parishwide in grade 8.  This is an entirely different grading procedure than grade 6 and grade 7.  The PowerPoint explains the difference between the two grading systems.
     
     
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    STUDENTS OF THE WEEK

     

    for February 19th  -  February 23rd are:

    6th Grade - Chasity Granger
    7th Grade - Allison Hawkins
    8th Grade - Arissa Barnes
     
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    for January 29th -  February 2nd are:

    6th Grade - Danielle Dykes
    7th Grade - Douglas Wilcox
    8th Grade - Jamar Fox
     
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    for January 22nd - 26th are:

    6th Grade - Emily Bowman
    7th Grade - Mikayla Foster
    8th Grade - Alayna Oliver
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    for January 8th - 11th are:

    6th Grade - Morgan Crowe
    7th Grade - Allie Daigle
    8th Grade - Daissy Duran
     
     
     

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  •  School Fees Information   
       
    We are happy to have your child(ren) as part of the student body this year at JSMS.  Please read the information below concerning school fees.
    • If you send a check for school fees, please have your child's name and a phone number on the memo line.
    • You may send one check for school fees and PE uniforms.  Just attach a note as to what fees you are paying.  Club dues should be paid with a separate check.
    • If you are sending cash, please have it in an envelope marked with your child's name and what fees they are paying.
    • PE uniforms are $15 for all new students and any students who need to purchase a new one.  
    • Fees for all grades are $20 per student  (plus $15 PE uniform if needed)
    • 4-H dues are $15 (joining this club is optional)
    • If your child is invited to join BETA there will be a membership fee.
    • School fees for the current year and any school debts from past years MUST BE PAID in order to attend field trips, dances and other special school activities.

     

     

  • Today is Tuesday, February 20, 2018
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