James M. Bennett High

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  • Parent Message 5/22

    Our seniors who attended prom looked great, and they seemed like they had a wonderful time. Seniors now have just two more days of school, and graduation will take place on Wednesday, June 1st at 3:30. To accommodate our 3:30 graduation, JMB will have a three-hour early dismissal day on June 1st. Maryland MCAP and HSA testing will be occurring this coming week. Students taking Algebra I, Government, English 10, and/or Biology will be testing in those respective classes Monday 5/23 through Thursday 5/26. Each assessment

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  • Parent Message 5-15

    Some of our students and staff are on the end of the year count down, while others are thinking about all they need to accomplish before the year ends. As I reviewed progress report grades, I noticed a few of our students had some pretty low progress report grades and have some work to do before school ends. If you haven't already done so, be sure to check the family portal and encourage your students to finish strong. For those who have struggled this year, summer school will be at no cost and transportation will be provided. Be sure to check out the details below. We had a great Rising Senior night

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  • Parent Message 5-8

    Tonight is once again a big night for a former JMB graduate Jay Copeland as he competes to stay on American Idol. Let's keep working as a community to vote for Jay Copeland. (Follow American Idol incase their are last minute voting details.) We are continuing to see a lot of crop tops recently as the temperatures have increased. Please encourage your student to dress appropriately for school. This includes not having shorts that are too short along with no midriffs showing. Teachers will be submitting progress

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  • Parent Message 5-1

    It is May. Can you believe it? Last week our students participated in school spirit week organized by our SGA, and this coming week we will promote Children's mental health awareness. We will have special activities throughout the week. Please see the informing in the full newsletter. We have been seeing a lot of crop tops recently

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  • Parent Message 4-24

    It was nice to end last week with some warmer temperatures. As the temperatures increase, it is important to help students remember that we still have a dress code. Please encourage your student to dress appropriately for school. This includes not having shorts that are too short and no midriffs showing. As we enter this week, it will be the last week in April, and

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