James M. Bennett High

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  • Parent Message 1-16

    We will start this week with schools being closed on Monday for Martin Luther King Jr. Day. We then have just ten days remaining of this term which ends on January 31st. Students were not originally scheduled to be in school on the 31st, but it is now a three-hour early dismissal day. Please be sure to check out the other calendar changes in our newsletter. If you haven't done so already, now is a great time to review grades

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  • Parent Message 1-9

    How is tomorrow going to be the 10th of January already and we have only had one day of school so far. The weather has really played a trick on us. When we did have school last Thursday, we had a lot of students absent. As we approach the next few weeks, if you have to be out because you have COVID-like symptoms or have tested positive, please let the school know, so we can get your attendance marked excused. Just a reminder that this term ends on January 28th. If you haven't

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  • Parent Message 1/2/2022

    I hope you had a wonderful winter break and that you are looking forward to a Happy New Year. As we return tomorrow for the start of 2022 I am looking forward to seeing the staff and students and all the great things that will come as we jump into January and look toward the second part of the school year. I know that it may only be January, but once we get this month started, you will be amazed at how fast the school year picks up as we move toward the end of the year, especially for seniors. Just a reminder that this term ends on January 28th

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  • Parent Message 12-12

    This last week we saw an improvement with students removing hats, hoods, and earbuds. We still have a few students struggling to remember and we will be working on reminding everyone throughout this week. Once we come back from break, we expect this will become a common practice and students will need fewer and fewer reminders. Students who continue to be non-compliant after the break could receive consequences per the code of conduct. Progress reports will be available

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  • Weekly Message 12-5

    Just in case you have not heard, Ms. Fitzgerald was named the JMB Teacher of the Year! If you know her, you know she is deserving of the honor in the classroom as well as on the field. We are so excited for her and look forward to her competing for the Wicomico County Teacher of the Year. On Friday, students were reminded that hats and hoods are not to be worn in the school as per our county dress code. It is even more important now to ensure students are not wearing hats and hoods with the addition of masks as they can make it more difficult to see students' faces. Most of our students are doing a great job

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