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  • How to get help

    Have Questions? – If possible, please send an email. Here are the most frequent contacts.

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  • Parent message 4-3

    On Monday, April 6, we will begin the fourth marking term. Please review this message in its entirety as it contains very important information that you will need to access learning materials. Your child will have the ability to access work for English, Math, Science and Social Studies beginning on Monday either electronically or through picking up non-digital packets at the school. To limit interaction with others, if you have any resources that allow

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  • Attention Students. Check your email

    As we shift to online learning, it is important that we are able to communicate with eachother reliably. For that reason, we will communicate with you through your school email address. Your school email is available at http://mail.wcboe.org Your username and password are

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  • Parent Link 3/29

    School is officially underway starting tomorrow after our two-week state mandated closure. However, as you know school will look completely different than anything we have ever seen before in the world of education. As we mover forward through the remainder of the school year we must remember that

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  • Parent Message 3-16

    Good evening Clippers. Today was originially a day off for students and a professional day for teachers. However, as we work through the rest of this week and next week, students will be missing routine instructional time. Because we are early into the closuer we don’t know how everything will play out during this National Emergency. At this point our focus is on following the guidlelines from local, state and federal leaders as it relates to protecting ourselves and others from the conronavirus. This is situation is different

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  • School Status Update: 3/12

    Good evening, students, families and staff of Wicomico County Public Schools. This is Dr. Donna Hanlin, Superintendent of Schools with an important message. Late this afternoon, the State Superintendent of Schools ordered all Maryland public schools to close from Monday, March 16th through Friday, March 27th as part of the state’s effort to slow the spread of coronavirus COVID-19 infections. Any events that were scheduled for schools or in schools during that time period have been canceled. This means that Friday, March 13th is the only day of school between now and Monday, March 30th. Students: Please

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  • Parent Message 3-8

    The Coronavirus continue to be weighing heavily on the minds of many. For more information about what WCPS are doing to address the concern, check out the link in the email. https://www.wcboe.org/domain/2333 Dates to Remember: • Mulch Madness con

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  • Parent Message 3-1

    As Friday ended, I saw students looking over their progress reports as they were leaving the building. Then as I got ready to leave for the weekend, I marked off my February calendar and I noticed that we only have only three and a half months left of this school year. Time has a funny way of sometimes moving too slow and other times disappearing in an instant. Senior parents

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  • Parent Message 2-23

    Good evening Clippers. This is Principal Savage with your weekly message. Did you know that mid-terms are just right around the corner? In fact, progress reports will go with students on Friday of this upcoming week. Dates to Remember: • FAFSA Day – Monday Parents and students can drop in and speak to guidance about completing FAFSA. See attachment for more information • Friday marks the start of spring

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  • Parent Message 2-16

    Good evening Clippers. This is Principal Savage with your weekly message. We had a great Clippers Choose Love Week which wrapped up on Friday with a pep rally. We look forward to continuing to promote kindness as part of our school culture. Dates to Remember: • Want to learn more about the Maryland Community College Promise Scholarship? There will be a

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  • Parent Message 2-9

    If you haven’t made it to Rock and Roll Revival, there are still 4 shows left. The students are amazing, so I highly recommend it. Just a reminder that if your student needs access to the internet for homework, we have a new item in our Media Center call the Kajeet Smart Spot. Check out the

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  • Senior High All-Shore Band.

    On Saturday, January 25th; 24 of JMB’s best instrumental musicians traveled to Mardela High School to audition for the Senior High All-Shore Band. Mr. Miles is extremely proud to announce that seventeen JMB Bandsmen successfully auditioned into this year’s

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  • Parent Message 2-2-2020

    If the weather didn’t already give you a hint, Punxsutawney Phil has declared that spring will come early. With that in mind spring sports will start on Feb 29th so if you haven’t gotten your physical this year make sure you get that taken care of soon. See the attachments in the email. Students should have brought home their

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  • Parent Message 1-26-20

    Students do not have school tomorrow as teachers will be participating in professional development. When students return to school on Tuesday it will be the start of the 3rd term. Report cards will go home on Thursday of this week. Students who have missed 5 or more unexcused days of school during the 2nd term will receive a

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  • Parent Message 1-19

    On Wednesday of the week we start mid-term exams. The schedule is as follows: Wednesday – exams for periods 6 and 7 Thursday – exams for periods 4 and 5 Friday – exams for periods 1,2 and 3 Just a few reminders:

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  • Parent Message 1-12

    Overall our students did a good job the first full week of 2020. We still have some students who are consistently arriving late to school and some who try to be in the hallway during instruction time. From the start of the school year hallways were something we declared as a priority. Our data shows that we are true to our word as we saw a significant increase in

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  • Parent Message 1-5-2020

    I know that as soon as we turn the corner at January our seniors can start to see the finish line. If you are the parent of a senior, please take time to remind them that the finish line is both near and far away. Many seniors may need to be encouraged to continue to stay focused all the way through. If we can learn from past seniors, seniorities can set in early for some and they can start to feel finished too soon. This can then result in seniors needing to make up for lost effort at the last minute. Please continue to encourage your 2020 senior.

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  • Parent Message PBIS & Calendars

    On Friday we are holding a Positive Behavior Incentive Event. Students who have good attendance and behavior will be able to attend a Holiday Concert and will have the opportunity for a special treat. We have a lot of wonderful students here at JMB and they deserve some credit for all their hard work. As a result of our Holiday Concert our schedule that day will be periods 1,1,1,4,5,6,7. Our adjusted schedules impacts some of our students. Students who do not have a first period do

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  • Parent Message 12-15

    We have one week before winter break begins and still there is a lot that will take place. We start of the week with a winter spirit week. We will have Pajama Day Monday, Flannel Tuesday, Winter Whiteout Wednesday, Holiday Thursday and Ugly Sweater Friday. This week we will also have

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  • January Testing Announcement

    We will be holding MCAP assessments in Algebra I, English 10, Government, and Science MISA in January. If a student took any of those exams last year and did not successfully pass them, they will test in January in their second attempt to pass. Students taking those classes for the first time this school year will not be assessed until May. Students who need to take

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