JCS News Update
IMPORTANT -CENSUS 2020
JHS PEP RALLY/BONFIRE
Blood Draw and IV
Coach Patterson's EAGLE MED students (health science pathway) Therapeutics services class mastered the steps to draw blood in Lab this week. The Lab uses 2 different simulation arms that have skin and veins that mimic an actual human arm. The lab is a fun way to work on patient care skills, PPE ( personal protection equipment) technique and other skills needed in today's healthcare workforce. If you or any students have any questions about our program or would like to join HOSA / EAGLE MED, please contact Coach Pat or email him (Lpatterson@jcsboe.org).
NELSON PRESENTS AT ALABAMA SCIENCE TEACHERS ASSOCIATION
Karen Nelson presented two sessions at the Alabama Science Teachers Association (ASTA) on Nov. 4-5 with AMSTI specialist, Donja Dryden. One session was about coding and one was about hosting a STEM Night. Karen was an excellent representative for KSE and JCS!!
Week of November 8, 2019 “Making a Difference” Pictures
STATE CROSS COUNTRY NOV 9 IN MOULTON
It's take a Vet to school at Kitty Stone Elementary on November 5, 2019. Thanks to our vets and active duty for your service.
Out of the 27 events entered, 5 were excellent and 22 were superior. 18 students will go to state with most of them competing in 2 events!
“13 Ways…” had 3 students recognized for acting: Elaine Hudgins, Davalynn Spurgeon, and Lauryn Bellerose!
1ST ROUND FB PLAYOFFS
VETERANS DAY ASSEMBLY AT KSE
JHS TEACHER RETIREMENT LUNCH
If this wasn’t exciting enough, we celebrated our faculty family and our Mr. McKay’s 80 Birthday!
FOOTHILLS FALL FESTIVAL NOVEMBER 21, 3-8PM
JHS STUDENTS PARTICIPATE IN CHAMBER JOB SHADOWING ON OCTOBER 31.
MORE FALL FESTIVAL.....
Pictured from left to right are: Parker Comisac (Senior) and Zoe Lee (Freshman) who are representing the JHS Student Council at the "Pin the Face on the Ghost" game.
On Tuesday, October 29th, the JHS PTO hosted a Fall Carnival from 5:00-7:00 pm. Many elementary students were also able to attend, as Kitty Stone had it's annual trunk-or-treat on the same day. With over 20 games and activities, a hayride, a maze, a cake walk, and incredible vendors, the carnival was a huge success!
You can't have a fall carnival without a cakewalk! Thanks to April Young (JHS' Family and Consumer Science teacher) and her students, fresh-baked cupcakes, brownies, and other delicious goodies were provided for this long-time favorite activity.
JHS Senior, Caitlin Roland (left) and Sophomore, Arizona Arrington (right) are having lots of fun representing Golden Eagle Media as students try to pop the balloons that are filled with confetti for a candy prize at the "Boo Darts" table
Katlynn Burton (9th and 10th grade English, Art Club) tested our toilet paper tossing skills with the Fright Flush game!
Nic'Kayle Roberts (Senior) is representing FCCLA at the Christain Kropf fundraising table. If you would like to try delicious, homestyle jams, salsas and sauces, then contact April Young (Family and Consumer Science teacher at JHS).