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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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  • Clipper Awards for Term 1

    On December 16th, student who earned awards during Term 1 were presented with their awards in a drive thru pick up. Here are the award winners.

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  • Mrs. Bhaskaran honored with the 2020 Presidential Award for Excellence in Mathematics and Science Teaching

    Mrs. Bhaskaran honored with the 2020 Presidential Award for Excellence in Mathematics and Science Teaching More: https://www.paemst.org/finalist_profile/5130

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  • Parent message 12-13

    As we enter this week it will be the last week before winter break. To help students and staff enjoy this week there will be a school spirit week sponsored by the SGA. We will start Monday with pajama day. Check out the flyer for more information. Holiday Spirit Week JMB.png Progress reports will be

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  • Parent Message - 12-6

    Looking back at our first term we noticed that 500 students did not miss one day of virtual learning. Awesome job to those of you were in all your zoom sessions each day. We also noticed that almost 50% of our students earned a 3.0 or higher. We are so proud of our Clippers. If you have

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  • Winter Sports Update

    Good Evening James M. Bennett Families – This is Keith Bailey assistant principal of athletics. If your high school student is interested in playing a Winter Sport this message is for you. On December 7th Wicomico County Public Schools will begin the winter sports season virtually. Though we

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  • Principal's Message 11- 22

    This message includes information for this short week and the week of November 30th. Thanksgiving 3 languages.JPG We are still struggling to make connections with some families. If you are getting the phone call but not the email you or you are getting the email and

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  • Back to Virtual

    As you may already know the Board of Education held a meeting earlier today where it was decided that all Wicomico County Public Schools will return to virtual learning starting tomorrow, November 18. This is in response to the COVID positivity rate and new case rates This has some

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  • JMB Updates -- 11/17/2020

    On November 17, Wicomico County Public schools returned to all virtual instruction beginning at the end of the day and continuing through the end of the day Friday, December 18th, when winter break begins. All small group instruction will

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  • Superintendent's Update on Instruction - 11/17/2020

    This morning, in a virtual special meeting, the Board of Education unanimously approved my recommendation to return to all virtual learning beginning at the end of the day today and continuing through the end of the day Friday, December 18th, when winter break begins. This change is due to very concerning trends in Wicomico County’s COVID-19 health metrics for both new case rate and positivity rate, and we have made this decision with the support of Wicomico County Health Officer Lori Brewster.

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  • Curbside Library available now at JMB.

    How to request a book Email the title and author of your chosen book to either​ Ms. Green, dwgreen@wcboe.org​ or​ Mrs. Langan, alangan@wcboe.org​ You will receive a return email when and where your library book is available for pick up. Searching for a library book​ Choose “Destiny” in Xia links or visit the website http://destiny.wcboe.org​

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  • Free PSAT (February 24th) and SAT (March 3rd) opportunity

    Wicomico County Public Schools is committed to offering Nationally Standardized tests to our students during our current virtual/hybrid learning environment. I am pleased to share that we will be offering the College Board PSAT on February 24, 2021 to all grade 10 students and the SAT on March 3rd for all 11th grade students

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  • Parent Message 11-15

    It is hard for me to believe that we have officially ended the first quarter and are already a few days into the second quarter? Report cards will be available electronically on Monday at 3. Please review the information in the email to access report cards. REPORT CARDS FOR THE 1ST MARKING TERM AVAILABLE NOV 16.pptx Report Cards English.JPG Report Cards Haitian Creole.JPG Report Cards Spanish.JPG If you have questions about grades, reach out to the teachers or contact the assigned administrator.

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  • Return to School - Parent/Guardian Survey

    I mentioned in the Sunday message that it was time to start thinking about your plans for your student during Semester 2. Contained within this message is the link to the survey https://hybrid.wcboe.org/.

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  • Parent Message 11-8-2020

    This week is a big week as the first term ends on the 10th. Students who are enrolled in a Quarter1 class will be changing to a new class on the 12th. On the 11th students should check their email for invites from teachers so student can join new google classroom. Report cards will be available then on the 16th at 3:00. If you want to double check your schedule, follow

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  • Parent Message 11-1-2020

    Students, don’t forget, tomorrow you will have to enter zoom through the authentication process. The information about this new process is contained within the email and was reviewed by your teachers. Students will not be able to access zoom sessions on Monday unless they follow the authentication process. Video links for student login are

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  • Student Login to Zoom using School Google Account

    In order to increase security of our classroom Zoom sessions, beginning on Monday November 2nd JMB students will be required to log into Zoom using their School Google Account ( user@students.wcboe.org). This step is necessary in order to keep our class sessions secure.

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