• Patriot News

    Posted by Heather Waters on 9/13/2022

    Dear Parents and Guardians,

    I would like to take a moment to remember and honor the fallen, on September 11, 2001. I remember exactly where I was when the twin towers fell due to an atrocious act of terrorism. We still feel the effects today.

    As we launch into week five of the first quarter, we have some milestones up ahead. On Tuesday, our cadets will take their first BEST state test. Remember, there is no longer an FSA for reading and math at the end of the year. Your cadets will take three state tests this year in reading and math: a beginning, mid and final. Cadets will take the reading state test on Thursday this week. Both tests will be administered in your cadets first period class. Also, this Thursday, progress reports will be available to you on Focus.

    Open House – Thank you to all our parents and guardians who came out to Open House this week. We saw a record number of you. I appreciate your flexibility as we quickly had to go to plan B. We did not want you to rotate through ten periods, when most of them were the same teacher. If this worked better or worse for you, I welcome your feedback.

    Flu Shots – We are still accepting consent forms. We will be giving them on September 20 here at school. All you must do is return the consent form signed to the main office. See attached flyer.

    Social media -This message is important, so I am posting it again this week. If you make the decision to give your child a cell phone, you have a responsibility to monitor their social media. My staff cannot monitor the social media of six hundred middle school students and their friends. There are tools out there, for free to help you with this. As a parent, I used an app called “Our Pact.”  I could control the hours my children could use their phones, camera, internet, and social media. There are an infinite number of free ones out there. If you do not have access to your child’s phone and social media, I highly recommend you do so. It is much more effective and safer if you monitor your child online. The way we monitor your child online is to not allow them to be on their phones from 0820 – 1525.

     

    Upcoming Calendar Items

    September 13 – First Home Football game versus Twin Lakes Academy Middle at 5:30 pm.
    September 15 – Progress reports posted in Focus
    September 20 – Flu Shot Clinic at JSMAL for cadets. Must have consent form.

     

    Please do not hesitate to reach out if you need any assistance.

     

    Tamara Roper
    Proud Principal
    JSMAL

    https://www.facebook.com/jsmal.dcps.9/



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  • Patriot News

    Posted by Heather Waters on 9/6/2022

    Dear Parents and Guardians,

    It is hard to believe that we have completed three weeks at JSMAL. Progress reports will be coming out at four and a half weeks. Your cadets have been earning lots of school dollars they can cash in on Fridays in our school PX (store). It is wonderful to see our cadets so eager to work and help for some JSMAL bucks!  Keep up the great work and I encourage you to ask them about it.

    Open House is Tuesday night, September 6th from 6-8pm. We are working on a schedule that does not require you to see your math, ELA, Civics, and Comp Sci 3 teachers twice on Open House.  The plan is a little risky as I am not able to predict how many of you will come. Please bear with us.  If the same number of you come as you have in the past, this plan will work well and get you out by 7:45pm.  If more of you show up than usual, it’s going to be a little crowded and we will certainly need your patience.

    Hair Color – As a reminder, cadets are not allowed to dye their hair nontraditional hair colors (pink, orange, purple, blue, etc.)  This is explained in the cadet manual.  Cadets will lose points in their leadership class for violating this policy.

    5000 Role Models is looking for male minority cadets who want a leadership opportunity.  5000 Role Models have access to mentors, field trips and college tours.  Please consider joining 5000 role models.  See Coach Howard if you are interested. Coach Howard will have a table set up during Open House.  He can also be reached at howardd4@duvalschools.org.

    Flu Shot applications went home with your cadet on Friday.  We will be giving them on September 20 here at school.  All you must do is return the consent form signed to the main office. 

    Social media - If you make the decision to give your child a cell phone, you have a responsibility to monitor their social media.  My staff cannot monitor the social media of 600 middle school students.  There are tools out there, for free to help you with thisAs a parent, I used an app called “Our Pact”.  I could control the hours they could use their phones, camera, internet and social media.  There are many more free ones out there.  If you do not have access to your child’s phone and social media, I highly recommend you do so.  It is much more effective and safer if you monitor your child online.  The way we monitor your child online is to not allow them to be on their phones from 0820 – 1525.

    Tamika’s School of Epicure, Inc. would like to invite our cadets to a free cooking class held on Saturdays for 6 weeks. They offer each student a life skill they can use while keeping them engaged on a Saturday.  They are a nonprofit organization with a mission is to educate our youth on the joy and value of cooking, while cultivating their creativity. The program provides fun and engaging activities that teaches at risk youth cooking skills, fundamentals of kitchen safety, how to use common cooking tools properly, and how to make healthier food selections. The class offers to teach each Jr. Chef work ethic, proper workplace conduct, and proper etiquette, stability, and food sourcing. We also send our Jr. Chefs home with a goodie bag full of fresh fruits and vegetables and other supplies snap doesn’t support. Our class also connects with math, science, language arts, and social studies. We offer our program youth between the ages of 7-26 for 6 weeks. We have offered classes in zip 32205,32206, 32208, 32209, 32210,32221,32244,32254.  See attached flyer if you are interested.

     

    Hazel Health – Do not forget about our continued relationship with Hazel Health at JSMAL! Students will continue to have access to on-demand doctor visits and mental health counseling sessions through our partner AT NO COST TO YOU. Students will need a signed consent form to access this service. Parents: Please sign our new Student Health form: my.hazel.co/duvalschools. How does it work? Students have access to virtual doctor visits right in the school nurse’s office. Hazel Health doctors can evaluate your child’s symptoms and provide the appropriate type of treatment. If your child is sick at home, parents can also access Hazel doctor visits from home from 7am-7pm on school days. Hazel can help with everything from acne and asthma to allergies and headaches. Students also have access to virtual counseling sessions from at home. When a child is struggling with their emotions, Hazel can provide immediate assessments and screenings, counseling, and education and navigation to additional resources and care. A Hazel counselor can work with your child for depression, anxiety, bullying, peer relationships, and more. We ask that all students sign the form at this link immediately to be prepared for student health this year:

     

    my.hazel.co/duvalschools

     

    Upcoming Calendar Items

    September 5 – School Closed for Labor Day
    September 6 – Open House from 6 to 8 pm at JSMAL
    September 13 – First Home Football game versus Twin Lakes Academy Middle at 5:30 pm.

     

    Please do not hesitate to reach out if you need any assistance.

     

    Tamara Roper
    Proud Principal
    JSMAL

    https://www.facebook.com/jsmal.dcps.9/



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  • Patriot News

    Posted by Heather Waters on 8/28/2022

    Dear Parents and Guardians,

    We had another fantastic week at JSMAL. Your cadets are earning points in Focus for good behavior and being in dress code. You should see these in your parent focus account. On Friday, we opened a school store for cadets to cash in the points they earn. Some of your cadets are saving up for bigger items like the VIP lunch tables, JSMAL shirts, wireless air buds, lunch with me or the leadership teachers just to name a few. Please encourage your cadet to behave in school and do all the work their teachers are asking them to do.

    ID Cards - Almost all the IDs are out.  We need cadets to bring their IDs to school every day. This is for security reasons and helps move the lunch line quickly. Replacement IDs will cost cadets $5.

    Bookbags – Reminder parents, all bookbags must be clear or mesh. If your cadet comes to school with any other bookbag, we will store it in the Dean’s office for the day.

    Open House is quickly approaching. I had to move the date to September 6th from 6-8pm because we have our first home football game on September 13th. We are working on a schedule that does not require you to see your math, ELA, Civics, and Comp Sci 3 teachers twice on Open House.

    Hazel Health - We are excited to announce our continued relationship with Hazel Health at JSMAL! Students will continue to have access to on-demand doctor visits and mental health counseling sessions through our partner AT NO COST TO YOU. Students will need a signed consent form to access this service. Parents: Please sign our new Student Health form: my.hazel.co/duvalschools. How does it work? Students have access to virtual doctor visits right in the school nurse’s office. Hazel Health doctors can evaluate your child’s symptoms and provide the appropriate type of treatment. If your child is sick at home, parents can also access Hazel doctor visits from home from 7am-7pm on school days. Hazel can help with everything from acne and asthma to allergies and headaches. Students also have access to virtual counseling sessions from  home. When a child is struggling with their emotions, Hazel can provide immediate assessments and screenings, counseling, and education and navigation to additional resources and care. A Hazel counselor can work with your child for depression, anxiety, bullying, peer relationships, and more. We ask that all students sign the form at this link immediately to be prepared for student health this year: 

    my.hazel.co/duvalschools

     PTSA Dress Down Day – During lunches, this week we will continue to accept PTSA memberships for cadets. Cadets can join for $5; parents and guardians can join for $7. Parents can pay at the front office. We will give cadets a wrist band to indicate that they have paid and can enjoy the dress down day. We already included the parents/cadets who paid during Orientation. This Friday, September 2 will be our first PTSA dress down day. If you have any questions or just want to double check your cadet, please email my secretary, Ms. Cummings at cummingsj@duvalschools.org.

     

    Upcoming Calendar Items

    August 31 – First Early Dismissal Day. School ends at 1:40pm.
    September 2 – First dress down day of the year (there will only be four). Must join PTSA to participate.
    September 5 – School Closed for Labor Day
    September 6 – Open House from 6 to 8 pm at JSMAL
    September 13 – First Home Football game versus Twin Lakes Academy Middle at 5:30 pm.

     

    Please do not hesitate to reach out if you need any assistance.

     

    Tamara Roper
    Proud Principal
    JSMAL

    https://www.facebook.com/jsmal.dcps.9/

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  • Patriot News

    Posted by Heather Waters on 8/21/2022

    Dear Parents and Guardians,

    We have had a fabulous opening of schools this week.  I hope your cadets have had a great first week back to school.  Check out our pictures on our Facebook page and follow us.  We ran a modified schedule on our general education side so that we could run grade level assemblies.  Each grade level received presentations on Leadership from their leadership teachers, Positive Behavior Incentives and our school store from Mr. Errico and I gave the Discipline/Code of Conduct presentation. We are very excited about the systems we have put in place to keep your cadet safe and reward good behavior.  We finished the week with Patriot Games that included game tournaments (Uno, Jenga, squid games, Indiana Jones and tug of war).  We will have three more days of patriot games this year.  Cadets will have the opportunity to earn a spot in the games after each quarter if they do not have any D’s or F’s and no referrals.  Cadets are also earning points in Focus for good behavior.  You should see these in your parent focus account.

    The focus for this week is getting all cadets on Achieve 3000 in his or her Language Arts class so that they can take their level set.  This will tell us where your cadet’s reading level is as a baseline for this year.  Cadets will also get their ID cards and lanyards this week.

    Bus information: Please make sure you have registered your cadet(s) first through your parent Focus account. You can see if it has been done on the Transportation tab in Focus, next to ‘Parent Ride Request.’ You can visit www.duvalschools.org/busregistration for instructions or call our office at
    858-6200. Students’ route information will load into Focus 7-10 days after they have been registered and information is uploaded daily. The best way we can help your cadet is to have you register him or her in your focus account.

    Team Up: Our afterschool enrichment program starts tomorrow after school.  Cadets must be picked up by 6 pm.  Contact Tommie Fox at foxt1@duvalschools.org or Jackie Gray at grayj3@duvalschools.org if you have any questions regarding Team Up.

    PTSA Dress Down Day – During lunches this week we will be accepting PTSA memberships for cadets.  Cadets can join for $5; parents and guardians can join for $7.  Parents can pay at the front office or via CashApp to our PTSA president, Dr. Tameiko Grant.

    Bell Schedule - This week we will be on a normal bell schedule.  I will attach a bell schedule for your planning purposes.  Included are the bells for A and B days and when we have early dismissal.

    Clear or Mesh Backpacks – Starting tomorrow we will be holding student backpacks in the Dean’s office if your cadet does not have a clear or mesh backpack.  This is a safety measure we have on campus to assist us in deterring any cadets from bringing prohibited items to school.

    ID’s – We will be issuing cadet ID’s this week through social studies classes.  Please make sure your cadet keeps track of this uniform item.  They need it to get lunch and later their laptop locker.  The first one is free.  Any replacement ID’s will cost $5.

    A/B Days – I am attaching an A/B calendar for your convenience at home.  It’s important to know that on A Day, cadets attend periods one through five and on B Day, cadets attend periods six through ten.  It can be confusing because some classes cadets attend both days.  In a week or two, it will settle out and cadets will get good at memorizing their schedule.

    Athletics – Football tryouts have begun and will continue next week. Volleyball tryouts begin tomorrow after school in the gym.  Please reach out to the head coaches for any questions regarding these two sports.  Coach E. Grant (grante2@duvalschools.org) is our head football coach and Coach N. Thompson (thompsonn2@duvalschools.org is our head volleyball coach.  For any issues with athletics, please reach out to our Athletic Director, Coach S. Skutt at skutts@duvalschools.org

    Upcoming Calendar Items

    August 22 – Monday is a B day.  Cadets will attend periods six, seven, eight, nine and ten.
    August 23 – Get out and vote, there is a 1 mil proposal which will help pay teachers,                      add athletic upgrades and fund more Arts and Music in public schools.
    August 31 – First Early Dismissal Day.  School ends at 1:40pm.
    September 2 – First dress down day of the year (there will only be four).  Must join
                            PTSA to participate.
    September 5 – School Closed for Labor Day
    September 6 – Open House from 6 to 8 pm at JSMAL
    September 13 – First Home Football game versus Twin Lakes Academy Middle at 5:30 pm.

     

    Please do not hesitate to reach out if you need any assistance.

     

    Tamara Roper
    Proud Principal
    JSMAL

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  • Patriot News

    Posted by Heather Waters on 8/17/2022

    Dear Patriots,

    What a wonderful week back to school we are having here at JSMAL! We have been on a modified bell schedule so that we could have grade level assemblies Monday through Wednesday. For Thursday and Friday, we are having Patriot Games for our cadets. Cadets have rotated by grade level to three assemblies: Discipline/Code of Conduct briefing by me, a reward program and school store operations that fall under PBIS (Positive Behavior Intervention and Support) and finally Leadership. Tomorrow and Friday will be a day of games and competition at the end of the school day from 2:15 to 3:15. Ask your cadets what they learned in each of the assemblies.

    Tomorrow we will have a physician here on campus starting at 3:45 to provide sports physicals to any cadet who needs one. The cost is $20 cash only. Today we met with cadets who are interested in playing sports, specifically football and they were all given athletic packages. You will need to read and fill out all the pages except for the second page where the physician fills out. You and your cadet will need to sign each. If you already have your physical completed, your cadet will get to start tryouts tomorrow afternoon. They need water, and a white T-shirt (not a tank top) and blue or black shorts. Volleyball tryouts begin August 22 afterschool.

    Thank you, parents, and guardians, for your patience with transportation. The first week of school is always challenging and this year they added the electronic sign up for transportation through the parent focus account. When it comes to individual routes and bus numbers, the best thing you can do is call the transportation number (904) 858-6200. That is DCPS transportation number. I realize that it is usually remarkably busy and a long wait, but it is all we have. I am going to include the bus company numbers as well here because I know it is frustrating.

    Location

    Provider

    Contact Number

    • Arlington & Beaches

    Student Transportation of America

     (904) 720-2177

    • North (Downtown - Lem Turner - Airport)

    Student Transportation of America

     (904) 723-4352

    • Southside & Mandarin

    Durham School Services

     (904) 731-4150

    • Westside

    Student Transportation of America

     (904) 661-2370

     

    This week in ELA classes, our teachers let students pick out books to read. We are doing a full court press in Reading this year so we can get our cadets on or above grade level for reading. We introduced the D.E.A.R (Drop Everything and Read) program. Next week we will be having all cadets take the Achieve 3000 level set in their ELA class. This will give us a baseline reading level. Please encourage your cadet to read at least 30 minutes a night.

    Have an awesome evening and we cannot wait to see your cadets in the morning.

    Tamara Roper
    Principal

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  • Patriot Updates

    Posted by Heather Waters on 5/23/2022

    Dear parents and guardians,
    We have reached the last remaining week of this school year. Let us continue to finish strong! Thank you to all the parents who came out to see our Memorial Day Ceremony. Our cadets looked fabulous and did a wonderful job.
    Testing:  We need every cadet to take all their end of year tests. They all count as part of each cadet’s final grade. Cadets take a final test in all their eight classes. If you have any questions about the tests, please contact your cadet’s teachers.
    Starting on Monday, tomorrow, cadets need to leave their backpacks at home. If they bring a backpack (small or large), we will take and hold it until the end of the day. Turn in all DCPS laptops before Friday.
    Friday was the last day of team up for the school year. There is no team up this week. However, this summer we have Team Up camp. I am attaching the Summer Camp application. The summer camp is free and will help ramp up your cadet if they are behind academically.
    Calendar Update:

    Tuesday, May 24 - Cadet Officers Trip to Busch Gardens
    Wednesday, May 25 - Grade level award ceremonies. Cadets and Cadre only.
    Friday, May 27 - Last Day of School. Dismissal is 12:25.
     
    Reach out if you have questions or concerns.
    Tamara Roper (Formerly Tuschhoff)
    Principal
    JSMAL

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  • Patriot Updates

    Posted by Heather Waters on 5/20/2022

    Good evening Patriots, 

    I have a few announcements for you tonight as we get closer to ending the school year.


    1. For my team up families, tomorrow is the last night for team up. Next week you will need to make arrangements for your cadets to get home on a bus or car line.

      2. I know many of you work, but if you can, you are welcome to view the Memorial Day Ceremony at 10:00am tomorrow morning. We will have the gate open on Burma Rd. Bring a chair.

      3. Starting Monday, cadets are not allowed to bring back packs to school.

    Lastly, we are going to have a dress down day on the last day of school for any cadet who brings any uniform items to donate. We need belts and shirts and gently used camo pants.

    Have a wonderful evening and I hope to see some of you tomorrow.

    I have undergone a name change. I am no longer Ms. Tuschhoff. 

    Tamara Roper
    Proud Principal
    JSMAL

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  • Patriot News

    Posted by Heather Waters on 5/16/2022

    Dear parents and guardians,

    We only have 9.5 days remaining this school year.  Let’s continue to finish strong!  Last week your cadets took the Math and Science FSA.  This week we take the Civics EOC and all other social studies DEOC’s.

    It's important that your cadet take all their end of year tests and they do their best.  Many count for a portion of the final grade.  Others matter as they will determine your cadets placement for next year.

    We have our annual Memorial Day Ceremony this Friday on May 20.  It will most likely occur at 10am and it is open for all parents to attend.  You will enter the gate on Burma Road and not enter through the school.  We have only a small bleacher area, so feel free to bring a chair and enjoy seeing a very emotional and somber ceremony as we honor all those service members who gave the ultimate sacrifice for our country.  I will email and send a robo call if the time changes.

    This summer we have Team Up camp.  I’m attaching the Summer Camp application.  The summer camp is totally free and will help ramp up your cadet if they are behind academically and give them something to do over the summer.

    Testing/Calendar Update:
    May 16 Make up all EOC’s/FSA and Memorial Day Ceremony practice.  Modified bell schedule.
    May 17 Civics EOC and all SS DEOC’s
    May 18 - 7th grade SeaWorld trip and 8th grade Military Ball (8th only). Last Early Dismissal day.
    May 19 - 6th grade Adventure Landing Trip
    May 20 – Memorial Day Ceremony, time TBD approx. 10:00AM.
    May 24 - Cadet Officers Trip to Busch Gardens
    May 25 - Grade level award ceremony's.  Time TBD. 
    May 27 - Last Day of School.  Dismissal is 12:25.

     

    Reach out if you have questions or concerns.

    Tamara Tuschhoff
    Principal
    JSMAL

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  • Patriot Updates

    Posted by Heather Waters on 5/2/2022

    Good afternoon Patriots,

    This week, May 3rd through May 17, we begin to take the Florida Standards Assessments and State End of Course Exams (FSA Reading, FSA Math, Algebra 1, Geometry,  Civics, Grade 8 Science, and Biology). 

    Our cadre and cadets have been working hard to prepare for all of their state and district assessments.  State assessments are used to finalize student grades and help us place students in the correct course for the following year.  I have very high expectations for our cadets as they have steadily improved from each of the three practice assessments.

    It is important that students are in school everyday on time and well rested for their test. I have added an incentive so that our cadets attend school when their tests are scheduled and that they do their absolute best.  All cadets who attend both sessions of FSA Reading and FSA Math, and they work all period on their test, will be rewarded on May 20, the last period of the day with a celebration.  Cadets will have a choice between attending a Dance during the school day, a movie or a game room with all the drinks and snacks suitable for such a celebration.

    We are testing in the same manner we did for the PMA 3, so cadets should know where to go.  This week we start on Tuesday and all cadets will test with their 5th period teacher.  If they tested in the mess hall, that is where they will test on Tuesday for session 1 of the Reading FSA.  Session 2 will be on Thursday in the same location with the same teacher.

    For more information and practice test go to fsassessments.org

    May 3- FSA Reading Session 1 Grade 6, 7 and 8
    May 4 FSA Reading Session1 Make Up,  Grade 6, 7 and 8
    May 5 FSA Reading Session 2 Grade 6, 7 and 8
    May 6 FSA Reading Session 2 Make Up, Grade 6, 7 and 8
    May 9 FSA Math Session 1 Grade 6, 7 and 8
    May 10 FSA Math Session 1 Make Up, Grade 6, 7 and 8
    May 11 FSA Math Session 2 & 3, Grade 6, 7 and 8
    May 12 Grade 8 Science and Biology and DEOC for 7 and 8 grade
    May 13 Make up math all grades
    May 16 EOC Algebra 1 and Geometry Session 1
    May 17 EOC Algebra 1 and Geometry Session 2

    May 18th Civics, Law Studies, US History EOC Tests

     

    It's a very busy month.  We have our class trips and military ball coming.

    May 13 - 8th grade Gradventure to Islands of Adventure/Universal Studios
    May 18 - 7th grade Seaworld trip and 8th grade Military Ball
    May 19 - 6th grade Adventure Landing Trip

    May 20 - Memorial Day Ceremony
    May 24 - Cadet Officers Trip to Busch Gardens
    May 25 - Grade level award ceremonies.  Time TBD. 
    May 27 - Last Day of School.  Dismissal is 12:25.

    It's a very exciting time of year.  I believe in each one of our cadets.  Please help me set them up for success by ensuring that each cadet gets a good nights sleep and a good breakfast for each test.  I need each of the them to be at school NLT 0845 on the day of testing.  If they need breakfast from us, be her NLT 0830. 

    For more information on the assessments and to  view  practice tests  to help prepare you students for the testing platform go to fsassessments.org .

    Have a great evening, we can't wait to see your cadets tomorrow.

    Tamara Tuschhoff
    Principal
    JSMAL

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  • Patriot Updates

    Posted by Heather Waters on 4/4/2022

    Dear parents and guardians,

    What another beautiful weekend!  Saturday was spent at Sandalwood HS at the Teacher Recruiting Fair.  Today was an awesome 30-mile bike ride from Little Talbot Island to Amelia Island and back.  I hope your cadets are exercising on the weekends as well.

    I know last week we got to send 40 eighth graders to Ed White HS to tour the school and see all the awesome programs they have to offer.  Yesterday, I connected with the Principals at APR and FHP (A. Phillip Randolph and Frank H. Peterson) to see if our cadets can tour those High Schools as well.  Parents of eighth graders, if you need help deciding what high school your cadet should attend, reach out to Mrs. Griffin, the eighth-grade counselor.

    The most important thing going on this week is on Thursday, April 7th.  All cadets will take the FSA Writing.  7th and 8th graders will take this on a computer and 6th grade will take a paper writing test.  This counts 1/5 or 20% of your cadet’s state testing on the Reading FSA. Our cadets have been working hard on writing.  It’s really important that cadets are present all week so that they are the most prepared for the first of state testing in 2021-2022.  There won’t be any more FSA’s or EOC’s until May.

    It's time to start thinking about the summer. I have attached a document for 6th and 7th graders to kick off the Summer Boost Application process.  Parents can use the QR code or the link  in the attached flyer to register. Duval County Public Schools and Kids Hope Alliance invites you to apply for a free, six-week academic remediation and enrichment opportunity. This summer program is meant to “boost” your child in areas of need.  Register soon if you are interested.

     

    Sports events this week:

    4/04/22                       5:30     Baseball and Softball at home versus Baldwin
    4/05/22                       5:00     Boys and Girls track at Charger Academy with Westside
                                                   and Westview K-8
    4/06/22                       5:30     Baseball and Softball at home versus Charger Academy

     

    Coming up next week – SAC/PTSA meeting in the media center on Apr 13 at 5pm.  This is a date and time change for April to adjust for the sports events next week.          

    Have a fabulous week everyone!

     

    Tamara Tuschhoff
    Proud Principal
    JSMAL

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