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  • Parent Message 5-18

    Good morning Clipper families, this is Principal Savage with your weekly message. We have an exciting week ahead of us as we will be allowing seniors to come to the Shipyard and complete a diploma cover walk with photos that will be compiled to create our 2020 graduation. Graduation will then air on May 30th at 2:30 on PAC14 and YouTube. Currently it looks like we might have some weather challenges for the start of the week but hopefully, we can get all students photographed by the end of this week. As a result of

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  • Senior Message 5-15

    We are just 15 days away from the James M. Bennett High School 2020 graduation. However, there is a lot to accomplish prior to graduation airing on PAC14 and YouTube on May 30th at 2:30. Monday the traditional student speeches that take place during graduation will be recorded and then on Tuesday we start the diploma walks that will run through Friday. Over the course of this week we were given the approval

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  • JMB Choir Virtual Auditions

    Interested in take Choir next year, see below for audition information. www.jmbchoirs.weebly.com/auditions.html

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  • 5-11 Weekly Message

    Good morning Clipper families, this is Principal Savage with your weekly message. We had an exciting teacher appreciation week in that our very own Mrs. Bhaskaran was named the Wicomico County Teacher of the Year. Clippy made a visit to her home on Friday to congratulate her. A picture is included in the email version of this message. TOY CLIPPY.jpg Today starts the fourth round of work. If you

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  • Senior Message 5-10

    Tomorrow is the first step toward the 2020 commencement with the cap and gown distribution at the school in the auditorium parking lot from 3-5. Reminders and Procedures for Cap and Gown distribution are as follows: • Once you enter the auditorium parking lot, you will proceed to the A-wing exit. At the A-wing exit you will be able to drop any items belonging to the school. This could include library books, calculators, uniforms, instruments, textbooks, etc. This does not include your laptop, which will be collected at a different time, or any instruction aids you may still need. For example, if you are taking

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