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  • Parent Message 5/22

    Our seniors who attended prom looked great, and they seemed like they had a wonderful time. Seniors now have just two more days of school, and graduation will take place on Wednesday, June 1st at 3:30. To accommodate our 3:30 graduation, JMB will have a three-hour early dismissal day on June 1st. Maryland MCAP and HSA testing will be occurring this coming week. Students taking Algebra I, Government, English 10, and/or Biology will be testing in those respective classes Monday 5/23 through Thursday 5/26. Each assessment

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  • Parent Message 5-15

    Some of our students and staff are on the end of the year count down, while others are thinking about all they need to accomplish before the year ends. As I reviewed progress report grades, I noticed a few of our students had some pretty low progress report grades and have some work to do before school ends. If you haven't already done so, be sure to check the family portal and encourage your students to finish strong. For those who have struggled this year, summer school will be at no cost and transportation will be provided. Be sure to check out the details below. We had a great Rising Senior night

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  • Parent Message 5-8

    Tonight is once again a big night for a former JMB graduate Jay Copeland as he competes to stay on American Idol. Let's keep working as a community to vote for Jay Copeland. (Follow American Idol incase their are last minute voting details.) We are continuing to see a lot of crop tops recently as the temperatures have increased. Please encourage your student to dress appropriately for school. This includes not having shorts that are too short along with no midriffs showing. Teachers will be submitting progress

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  • Parent Message 5-1

    It is May. Can you believe it? Last week our students participated in school spirit week organized by our SGA, and this coming week we will promote Children's mental health awareness. We will have special activities throughout the week. Please see the informing in the full newsletter. We have been seeing a lot of crop tops recently

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  • Parent Message 4-24

    It was nice to end last week with some warmer temperatures. As the temperatures increase, it is important to help students remember that we still have a dress code. Please encourage your student to dress appropriately for school. This includes not having shorts that are too short and no midriffs showing. As we enter this week, it will be the last week in April, and

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  • Parent Message 3/18

    I hope you had a wonderful spring break. As we return to school tomorrow, it may be a short week, but there are a lot of great things that will be happening, so be sure to check out the bulletin and the full newsletter. Students who applied for the National Honor Society received their results last week. Students were to pick up their notification letters during their lunch. If your student has not heard back, please contact Mrs. Dorey Webster at sdoreyweb@wcboe.org. Report cards for the third term went live on the 14th. If you

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  • Parent Message 4-10

    As we begin this week, we officially start the last quarter of the school year. That means we have just 46 days of school left. What I have learned over time about spring is that it moves very fast, and before you know it we will be at the end of the school year. Report cards will go live on the 14th. If you have attendance notes to turn in, please get those submitted. Students who have

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  • Parent Message 4/3

    The end of this week will mark the end of the third term. With the end of the third term, teachers will have an afternoon of the 8th to complete grades. This means that students will have a three-hour early dismissal. Be sure to check out the schedule below in the newsletter. If you have attendance notes to turn in, please get those submitted. Students who have 5 unexcused absences, will need to earn back their grades. Otherwise

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  • Parent Message 3/27

    I just happened to glance at the entire 2021-2022 school calendar this week and realize that by the end of next week, we only have two and half months of school left. When this year started, no one knew exactly what to expect. There has been a lot of transitions, but the end of the school year is really right around the corner. Just a reminder as we approach the end of the 3rd

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  • Parent Message 3/20

    We are only 15 days away from the end of the 3rd term. I share this to remind everyone that 5 unexcused absences will result in a student needing to earn back their grades. If your student has been absent be sure to turn in all doctor's notes. If at the end of the term a student still shows as having 5 unexcused absences their grades will appear as E's on their report cards. They will remain as E's until the student participates in attendance recovery. Students in grades 9-11 will be completing

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  • Summer Opportunities with US Service Academies

    Juniors (students in the Class of 2023) who have an interest in learning about opportunities to attend a U.S. Service Academy for college are encouraged to apply to participate in a summer program. Each Academy’s summer program provides a week-long immersion into the academic, military, and social life of that Academy. The Academies are ranked among the top undergraduate public universities in the country. The U.S. Naval Academy also offers a Summer STEM Program for rising 9th-11th graders.

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  • Parent Message 3-13

    It is official...we are more than halfway through the third quarter. On the 9th progress reports went live. Be sure to check out grades on the family portal. We have been enjoying both academic and athletic successes. Just recently the Boys Basketball team won the 3A regional title, our math team took home the county trophy for both JV and Varsity, and our band received the highest rating at districts. So proud of the Clipper Nation! Students in grades 9-11 will be completing the Maryland School Climate Survey during their FLEX classes at the end of the month. This survey asks about topics such as student engagement, interactions with adults and with other students in the school, the school environment,

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  • Senior Message 3-9

    It may be hard to believe, but you are in the final stretch of your senior year. As we get closer to the end of the year, it will be extremely important for seniors to stay up to date. One of the best ways to do that is to regularly check the Class of 2022 google classroom. As we begin to think about Prom, students must have a 2.0 GPA to attend prom. Students also need to make sure they do not get suspended. The county dance policy states no suspension during the semester of the dance. Students will be able to bring a guest under 21. Just a reminder the

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  • Parent Message 3-6

    It may seem like the second semester started, but we are already approaching the mid-term of the third term. Teachers have to submit grades on the 7th, and progress reports will go live on the 9th. Our spring sports are officially underway as well as practice for the spring drama production. There are a lot of ways for students to get involved, so please encourage your students to connect to school through

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  • Parent Message 2-27

    Wow, can you believe that just a little shy of two years and we are finally able to return to our school buildings with masking being optional. As we make this transition on Monday, I ask that you remind your student to be respectful toward others' decisions about masks. Our students, staff, and community that came together to organize

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  • Delayed Opening: Wednesday, March 2nd

    On Wednesday, March 2nd all Wicomico County high schools will be administering the SAT test to 11th grade students at their home school. This will be for 11th grade students only and these students are already registered for the SAT and the fees have been paid for. These 11th grade SAT test takers should arrive to school at 7:35 in preparation for testing to begin at 7:45. Students in 9th, 10th, and 12th grade will have

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  • Parent Message 2/20

    Last week was a great week filled with kindness and love. Grace Murdock, The City of Salisbury Secretary of Kindness, got us jump-started on Monday with her kindness. It continued from there with Covid safe Kiss and Hugs at lunch, kindness selfies, and the winter pep rally walk. It was great to see the Clipper Nation come together to show love for one another. If you have not seen all the great pictures be sure to check out our Facebook page. Our special activities will continue this week

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  • Parent Message 2/13

    As I shared in last week's message... February is a busy month for the Clipper Nation. Friday marked the start of the public performance of Rock and Roll Revival. Over 100 students are participating in this year's performance. That doesn't count the students who have helped develop and paint the stage during Art class or the students in

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  • Parent Message 2/6

    February is a busy month for the Clipper Nation. We started the new term, and for you to meet your child's new teacher, we have Parent-Teacher Conference on Thursday from 5-7. Stop by between those times and meet your student's semester 2 teachers. On Thursday, many of our students will officially begin public performances for Rock and Roll Revival. Several elementary school students will visit the JMB auditorium to see our JMB students shine. Friday night

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  • Parent Message 1-24

    I hope this week's message finds you well. As you have probably seen, Wicomico County has been experiencing elevated rates of COVID over the last few weeks. While our priority is to keep everyone safe and in school, the reality is that it impacts attendance. We have seen this impact in both student and staff attendance. As we work through these absences, we must follow

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