James M. Bennett High

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  • Weekly Message 11-28

    I hope you had a wonderful Thanksgiving Break! As we return tomorrow, we have just 15 days of school before winter break. During that time we will have a three-hour early dismissal day on December 8th. Mid-term grades will be calculated on the 13th and progress reports will be available on the 15th. Though our seating capacity is limited be sure to continue to review our weekly bulletin embedded below as our holiday concerts and many winter sporting events will also be taking place before winter break. We are excited to honor this year's

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  • Parent Message 11-21

    I think our student body did a great job on Friday sending our boys' soccer team off to the state playoffs, and it was so exciting to see them play and win on Friday night. The joy and excitement were contagious. If you know any of the players, be sure to congratulate them. In fact, if you know any of our students who participated in fall sports be sure to commend them on being student-athletes and finishing the season. Though it takes balance and focus, students

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  • Parent Message 11-14

    As we enter a new week, we cannot downplay the seriousness of the actions of some students during this past week. I appreciate the assistance of law enforcement and their quick action when a true threat existed on Tuesday, and their support as we worked to determine if there were any credible rumors on the following days. I appreciate everyone including staff, students and parents, who reached out with information on rumors being shared on social media, allowing us to

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  • Parent Message 11/10/21 #2

    Good evening, JMB families. A couple of final thoughts tonight as we get ready for another school day. As a result of the serious incident that occurred Tuesday, students and parents are now sharing rumors from social media with school staff. These rumors cause concern, but please keep in mind that they are unverified. James M. Bennett High School and Wicomico County Public Schools take all potential threat rumors seriously

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  • Parent Message 11-10-21

    Good afternoon, JMB families. This is Principal Christel Savage, and I’d like to thank everyone who had a hand in supporting school safety over the past couple of days. While the vast majority of our students came to school to focus on learning this week, the unfortunate actions of a couple of students caused considerable disruption

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