James M. Bennett High

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  • Parent Message 1-24

    As you may be aware our return to the building has been pushed back two weeks and instead of starting on the 2nd for in person learning we are now starting in person on the 16th. Only those students who have notified us and complete the COVID-19 waiver will be allowed to start on the 16th all other students will remain virtual. If you have not completed the COVID-19 waiver

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  • Superintedent's Update: Return to School Plan

    State health and education officials have just shared adjusted guidance for school systems, along with additional research indicating that it is possible to have schools safely open for students. Today the Governor urged school systems to make immediate plans to phase in hybrid in-person learning in schools

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  • Parent Message 1-17

    Just a reminder that we will be off on Monday in honor of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. One of the quotes from Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. that speaks to me is: If you can’t fly, then run. If you can’t run, then walk. If you can’t walk, then crawl, but by all means, keep moving. As we have ventured through school during

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  • Parent Message 1-10

    We had some first last week as we started the first week of the full day virtual schedule and we put on our first virtual school play. Thank you to everyone who worked together last week to make everything run as smoothly as possible. Great job on the drama production! This week there will be another first as our school competes with the other high schools to show our school spirit. The school that shows the most spirit wins a sled as a trophy. We will start off tomorrow with Maryland Monday so

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  • Parent Message 1-3

    As we get ready for school tomorrow the most important thing to remember is that we will start bright and early as 1st period will being at 7:45. Please take time to review the attached schedule. full-day-jan4.png Please also take time to charge laptops this evening and prepare workspaces so students can get into their first zoom session by 7:45 am. We will continue to

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