James M. Bennett High
Respect. Responsibility. Ready to Learn.
- James M. Bennett High
JMB Week 5/6
Good evening Clippers. This is Mrs. Nathan with some announcements and reminders.
Please join me in thanking all of the amazing teachers at JMB as this week is teacher appreciation week.
It is also Children’s Mental Health Awareness Week so wear green on Wednesday!
Seniors, cap and gown distribution will be on Friday, May 10th in the gym. See your English teacher or the main office for a picture form.
Fourth term progress reports will be distributed on Friday, May 10th. Please remember that if you fail the fourth term, you fail the course for the year.
AP TESTING STARTS ON MONDAY, MAY 6. Here are a few reminders:
- No Cell phones, electronic devices are permitted in the testing building. This includes smart watches. Counselors/proctors are not permitted to hold your electronic device.
- No food or drink is allowed in the testing building.
- Please bring two (2) #2 pencils and a black ink pen.
- Please be 10 minutes early to the testing sites.
Need money for college? Need money now? Take a gap year at Habitat for Humanity of Wicomico County. You will learn leadership and marketing skills, plus earn money now and up to $6,000 education award to be applied towards your future student loans. Apply on Indeed.com or bring your resume to the Habitat ReStore on Isabella St, Salisbury.
Each year, AFS Intercultural Programs welcomes international students to the US from over 90 countries. Outstanding young people are selected to study in US high schools and are eager to experience what it's like to live in America. In the past, JMB has hosted seven students from around the world through AFS and sent several students to study abroad. If you would like to learn more about the opportunity, visit www.afsusa.org
Please see the school bulletin for a detailed list of events. Scheduled Events 5-6.docx