James M. Bennett High

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  • Parent Message 10/18

    Last week we had 75 eleventh graders come into school to take the PSATs. The PSAT students and our small group students did a great job with masks and physical distancing. Though it will be a little while, before we begin our hybrid return to school please share with your student that upon our return masks will be mandatory, and students will need to practice physical distancing. Included in the email are a few visuals we will be using to remind students about masks and physical distancing. Safe Practices - 3 languages.pptx While we work

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  • College Application Week - October 19-October 23, 2020

    College Application Week - October 19-October 23, 2020 Ok seniors, it is time to apply to college and thje JMB Guidance department is ready to help you do so! See the flyers below for all the events happening this week!

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  • 10/11 Parent Message

    We have moved past mid-term and are now looking toward the end of the first term. The first term will end on November 10th. If you have not reviewed your student’s progress report, you can do that using the attached directions. We are seeing that some students are not completing that work on Wednesdays. Students need to complete the Wednesday work to be counted present and because it is part of their class grade. Viewing Student and Parent Published Reports.pdf Just as we would normally have a PTA meeting

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  • WorWic Overview and Financial Information for JMB Students

    WorWic Community College will hold an information session for JMB Students on Monday, October 19th at 11am, and a FAFSA and Financial Aid workshop on Tuesday, October 20th at 5:30pm.

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  • Weekly Message 10/4

    I have been recently thinking about time as each weekly message means another week has gone by. Though we might still be dealing with COVID 19, school is still currently virtual, and we may have spent some time separated from others to ensure safety, time has remained constant. For a little while things maybe have seemed to be moving at a slower pace, but time did not slow down. As we enter this fall season, take time to appreciate the now, don’t just wait for things to get back to “normal” because our students are still working their way through high school and it is important for us and for them that we help them to see the positive during this very unusual time. I truly missing seeing the students and the staff in hallway and in the classrooms, but I have

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