James M. Bennett High

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  • Parent Message 1-12

    Overall our students did a good job the first full week of 2020. We still have some students who are consistently arriving late to school and some who try to be in the hallway during instruction time. From the start of the school year hallways were something we declared as a priority. Our data shows that we are true to our word as we saw a significant increase in

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  • Parent Message 1-5-2020

    I know that as soon as we turn the corner at January our seniors can start to see the finish line. If you are the parent of a senior, please take time to remind them that the finish line is both near and far away. Many seniors may need to be encouraged to continue to stay focused all the way through. If we can learn from past seniors, seniorities can set in early for some and they can start to feel finished too soon. This can then result in seniors needing to make up for lost effort at the last minute. Please continue to encourage your 2020 senior.

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  • Parent Message PBIS & Calendars

    On Friday we are holding a Positive Behavior Incentive Event. Students who have good attendance and behavior will be able to attend a Holiday Concert and will have the opportunity for a special treat. We have a lot of wonderful students here at JMB and they deserve some credit for all their hard work. As a result of our Holiday Concert our schedule that day will be periods 1,1,1,4,5,6,7. Our adjusted schedules impacts some of our students. Students who do not have a first period do

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  • Parent Message 12-15

    We have one week before winter break begins and still there is a lot that will take place. We start of the week with a winter spirit week. We will have Pajama Day Monday, Flannel Tuesday, Winter Whiteout Wednesday, Holiday Thursday and Ugly Sweater Friday. This week we will also have

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  • January Testing Announcement

    We will be holding MCAP assessments in Algebra I, English 10, Government, and Science MISA in January. If a student took any of those exams last year and did not successfully pass them, they will test in January in their second attempt to pass. Students taking those classes for the first time this school year will not be assessed until May. Students who need to take

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