James M. Bennett High

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  • Weekly Message 10-2

    The students did an excellent job throughout homecoming week, and I think they had fun at the pep rally and the dance. It was great to hear the cheering and the smiles. I am so proud of them! There will be a special senior meeting presented by the school counselors for seniors on Tuesday during second period (9:10) in the JMB auditoriums. Progress reports go live on the 5th, so I hope our good start to the year also means good grades. Freshman parents

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  • 🎉 Homecoming 2022

    James M. Bennett High School is happy to announce our 2022 Homecoming Celebration from September 26th thru October 1st. The theme for the week is Neon 80s. On each day of the week, a school Spirit Day will be held. Themes for each day include

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  • Weekly Message 9-25

    JMB students are off to a good start, and I look forward to a great homecoming week. This year's theme is the Neon 80s. Monday is anything but a backpack day. Students have been reminded that shopping carts are not allowed, and students must be able to carry items up and down the stairs as well as comply with bus driver expectations. Students have also been reminded that the code of conduct and dress code are still in effect during school spirit days. The ticket sale process started with upper-classmen. Upper-classmen

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  • Weekly Message 9-18

    Our staff and students had another great week here at JMB. Don't forget that picture day is Monday! You can order pictures online. www.lifetouch.com Picture ID - EVTTXWK43 We are aware that our Homecoming Game and Dance are on the same dates as non-school event in a neighboring county. We also understand that this may cause a conflict for students who want to attend both. After working with the SGA and a few other student groups

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  • Parent Message 9-11

    The Clipper crew and students had a great first week back to school. It was good to have students back in the building. I thought the students did a great job getting through the hallways, used their cell phones, and did well with their hats and hoods. Moving forward, please encourage your student to make sure their bellies are not showing. Students with bellies showing will be encouraged to change or modify their attire to comply with the dress code. If a student is none compliant, they will complete their classwork in an alternative setting. The last day to request a schedule change

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