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  • Parent Message 6-13

    This week is short with only two early dismissals days. Please see the attachment for the schedule. 2 Hour Early Dismissal Schedule.jpg As we finish out these last two days please be sure to attend both days to avoid needing to do attendance make. Just a reminder that 5 unexcused days would result in you needing to recover your grades through attendance make up. All school laptops will need

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  • Senior Message 6-7

    Good evening, seniors and families. This is Principal Savage with a special message. Can you believe after everything that took place and didn’t take place this year, graduation is finally taking place on Saturday? In preparation for Saturday please review the information below. (Just a reminder this applies to seniors in good standing once grades are posted.)

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  • Parent message 6-6

    This week is the last full week for students with a two-hour early dismissal on Friday. Please see the attachment for next Friday’s schedule. 2 Hour Early Dismissal Schedule.jpg Senior students and families, you will be getting a special message on Monday in preparation for graduation practice and graduation. Be on the lookout for that email and phone call. Rising seniors we have a special opportunity for you this week on Thursday June 10th at 6 pm. This is a virtual event so register now by checking out the attached

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  • Senior Message 5-28

    It was so wonderful to see the seniors enjoying themselves this past Wednesday at the first ever “Senior Day!” Life Touch joined us for this event and took a class picture. More information about that picture will be coming. To see some the great moments that were captured checkout the link in the message. We are still getting all the pictures uploaded. This same link will be used

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  • Parent Message 5/30

    As we look toward next week, just a reminder that we are off tomorrow in observance of Memorial Day. As we return on Tuesday, we also find ourselves in June and in the final stretch of the school year. Senior students and families, you got a special message on Friday so please be sure to check out all that information and details about upcoming events. Just a last reminder that if you are taking an AP exam online, you need to

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  • Senior Day Message 5-25

    Good evening seniors and families. This is Principal Savage with some special reminders about tomorrow’s Senior Day. Students should drive or be dropped off in the main entrance parking area. Students will then check in near the flag poles and then head into the student parking lot area. Senior Day Events May 26th.pdf (Please review the list of events) If students are borrowing

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  • Weekly Message 5-23

    Good evening, Clipper families. This is Principal Savage with your weekly message. This week we will have school spirit week. Please check out the attachment JMB Spring Spirit Week!.png for each daily fun way to show your school spirit. If you are at home, please send pictures to Mr. Davis so you can be included in the daily post. Mr. Davis: bedavis@wcboe.org. If you are taking an AP exam online, you

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  • 5-16 Parent Message

    Good evening, Clipper families. This is Principal Savage with your weekly message. Just a reminder progress reports went out on Wednesday. If you haven’t looked at those reports please do so. Attached to the email are the directions for reviewing progress reports. Viewing Student and Parent Published Reports.pdf Attention athletes, please remember your 4th term GPA will determine your eligibility to play a fall sport and you must have a 2.0. Wicomico County Public Schools are

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  • COVID-19 Vaccine clinic at JMB 5/20/21 -- Ages 12+

    Wicomico County Public Schools and its high schools are pleased to partner with TidalHealth Peninsula Regional to provide a Pfizer COVID-19 vaccination clinic at each high school next week for students ages 16 and up. Vaccinations will be given at this clinic to students

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  • Weekly Message 5-9

    This past Friday night brought the start of spring sports. Just think this was the first group to miss out on their session at the end of last year. I am so glad they are to have a season. As we continue to look for ways to accommodate families who may not feel comfortable to attend the games in person spring sports will be live streamed on the JMB sports page. Good luck to all our spring sports teams. Our students and staff did

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  • Weekly Message 5-2

    Good evening, Clipper families. This is Principal Savage with your weekly message. Please go to https://intent.wcboe.org/ to complete the intent for next year. You will need to sign in with the student’s email (ending in @students.wcboe.org) and the password for that email account. If there are multiple students in your family, please sign in separately for each one. Parents and guardians who are also

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  • Parent Message 4-25

    During this time of year, we really start our planning for 2021-2022 school year with scheduling, SGA and Class officer elections which will run next week, and now the Statement of Intent for next school year that is needed by April 30th. In September, Wicomico Schools plans to welcome back to the classroom almost all students for in-person instruction five days a week. An all-virtual option with basic core classes will

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  • Statement of Intent for 2021-2022 School Year

    Good evening, Wicomico school families. This is Chief Academic Officer Rick Briggs with an update on plans for next school year, and a link for parents and guardians to provide us with a Statement of Intent for the instructional plan for each student in their family. During this school year, some students

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  • Parent Message 4-18

    We are cruising right along with just a little over 40 days of school left. This last term is extremely important as you earn those final credits to be promoted to the next grade level and in order to avoid repeating classes. Attendance impacts grades so be sure to attend school every day. Did your student take Algebra 1 and/or English 10 this school year, either

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  • Senior Parent Message 4/9/21

    We are so excited to be able to share that we will be able to provide a live commencement this year for our graduates! As you know, we have been working very hard to make this a reality. Even more exciting is that our students will be able to graduate at Arthur W. Perdue (Shorebirds) Stadium and actually receive their diploma cover on home plate while being projected on the big screen! What a great memory for them! We have worked with

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  • Parent Message 4-11

    Good evening, Clipper families. This is Principal Savage with your weekly message. We had a busy week last week with Homecoming, our virtual assembly, pictures and the start of the 4th term. Did your student take Algebra 1 and/or English 10 this school year, either in semester 1 or currently in semester 2? If so, we will be providing an opportunity to satisfy the assessment graduation requirement by taking the test this spring while the content is fresh! Any hybrid or virtual

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  • 4-5 Weekly Message

    Good evening, Clipper families. This is Principal Savage with your weekly message. The JMB SGA is happy to announce the arrival of Homecoming 2020: Better Late Than Never! Taking place all this week. Even though we are not able to host a dance, we will still be voting for a Homecoming Court. Nominations are open now in each "Class of" Google Classroom to nominate an academically eligible student to the Homecoming Court. Voting for the homecoming court will take place on

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  • Homecoming 2020: Better Late Than Never! from April 4th - 10th, 2021.

    The JMB SGA is happy to announce the arrival of Homecoming 2020: Better Late Than Never! from April 4th - 10th, 2021. Even though we are not able to host a dance, we will still be voting for a Homecoming Court. Nominations are open now in each "Class of" Google Classroom to nominate an academically eligible student to the Homecoming Court. Voting will take place on Wednesday 4/7 and Thursday 4/8 in each "Class of" Google Classroom. The winning male and female freshman, sophomore, and junior, plus the top 3 seniors,

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  • 3/28 Parent Message

    It's an exciting time here at JMB as scheduling season has arrived. The process started this week when students participated in Stop Drop and Schedule and will continue over the course of the next couple of months. Counselors will begin to meet with all rising seniors and dual enrollment students first. It's important that Dual Enrollment students

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  • 4 Day Hybrid Schedule beginning 3/29

    This is a special message for you as of Monday, March 29, 2021, your student will have the opportunity to begin attending 4 days per. We are able can make this change due to updated guidance from the CDC and are now using 3 feet of social distancing in classrooms instead of 6 feet. This updated guidance

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