JA Cub Report
March 3, 2020
Parent Teacher Conferences
Thursday, March 5th, 4:30-7pm
1525 31st Street Northwest
Girls Scouts will be selling cookies until gone. Yearbook ordering info will be available as well.
Apps Parents Should Know About from KARE11
Honors classes are not an accelerated class. The same standards are being taught but the class will move at a faster pace and go into a greater depth on those same standards. Students will also experience a greater degree of independence. They will not find that it is more work, just more challenging. Middle school honors classes do not earn high school credit.
If your student is willing to work hard, do their best work, has strong reading and writing skills, is able to work independently most of the time and is eager to explore new concepts in English, science or social studies then he or she should consider signing up for one or more honors classes.
We guarantee that anyone who registers who receive at least one honors class. Due to scheduling conflicts we cannot guarantee that students will be enrolled in all the classes requested.
To register online click here
Congratulations to Our Science Fair Award Winners
Science Fair Blue Ribbon Winners
Serennie, Addyson and LeAnna compared fresh baked and store purchased breaks with preservatives in the prevention of mold.
Middle School Entrepeneurial Excellence Award and Promise Award
Caramie, Stephanie and Hannah created bio plastics from different kinds of milk.
Promise Award Winner
Xavier's project explored the circle of magnetism and received a Promise Award for being identified for future potential.