James M. Bennett High

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    Weekly Message 2/5

    I think the Clipper Ship had a great start to semester two, and as I have checked in with students and staff, most have a positive outlook for this semester. I am feeling positive because February happens to be a very busy and exciting month for the Clipper Nation. Rock & Roll Revival begins this week and continues next week. Winter sports playoffs will get underway. We will have our 8th Annual Clipper Choose Love week, and throughout the month, we will celebrate Black History. Be sure to check out the full newsletter for all the events and special days.

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    Weekly Message 1-29

    Tuesday will be a big transition for everyone as new classes start which also means meeting new teachers and students. Please encourage your students throughout the day on Monday, just like you did as they prepared for the first day of school in September. The Wicomico County Special Education Citizens Advisory Committee (SECAC) invites parents and guardians of students with disabilities to participate in the next meeting. The meeting will be held via Zoom on Thursday, February 9th, beginning at 6:00 p.m. The SECAC meeting will focus

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    Weekly Message 1-22

    Just in case you missed it, Ms. Olinde is the JMB's Teacher of the Year and semifinalist for the Wicomico County Teacher of the Year. We are so proud and excited for her. I want to say again how much I appreciated the communication and collaboration of staff and students on Friday. I felt proud of the Clipper Nation. The teamwork allowed us to remain on a normal status and have an excellent end to our week. We will be collaborating with the other high schools to learn more about the incident to help develop

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    Weekly Message 1-15

    We are happy to announce that Mr. Cooper, Mrs. Gordy, and Ms. Olinde were selected as semifinalists for the JMB Teacher of the Year. On Thursday evening Ms. Olinde was announced as the JMB Teacher of the Year. We are so proud! Ms. Olinde now becomes a semifinalist for the Wicomico County Teacher of the Year. Thank you for coming out to support the Boys' Basketball team as they took on WiHi this week. It was a sold-out game. Despite being crowded and warm, I appreciate that the students, parents, and the community created a positive atmosphere during the game. Just another example of the Clipper Nation coming together for a positive experience. Early this week, Ms. Elder

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    Weekly Message 1-8

    This week students currently enrolled in Algebra 1, English 10, Biology, or Government will take the Maryland Comprehensive Assessment. Most students will be completing testing during their regular class times. Students who are testing have received a testing ticket indicating the period(s) and location(s) where they will be completing their testing during that week. If you have questions or concerns, please contact the assistant principal, Ms. Dunn (adunn@wcboe.org). We have been working to enhance the lunch experience for students

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