JM Daily Announcements


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Homecoming Tickets On Sale!

SCA is excited to announce that homecoming ticket are on sale now!

  • A single ticket is $30 and a couple's ticket is $35. Ticket prices will increase by $10 on September 28th. Purchase your ticket during WIN time with Ms. Hard in room 244.
  • All students wishing to purchase a ticket must pay their class dues before they can buy a homecoming ticket.
  • Guest forms are available in the front office. All guest forms must be approved by administration before tickets can be purchased. Guests over the age of 18 will not be permitted to the dance.

If you have any questions, please see Ms. Hard in room 244.

Adv. Geometry Remediation, 9/28 & 9/29

Ms. DeJesus will hold afterschool remediation for Adv. Geometry class on Thursday and Friday of this week in room 104.

International Food Festival, 9/28

Do you like free food? Want to learn more about other cultures? Or want to show off your cultural traditions?

Our Family and Community Engagement Committee (FACE) is hosting an International Food Festival next Thursday the 28th from 5-8 PM at JM!

Students and families are encouraged to sign up and bring food, share a cultural performance, or just show up and enjoy how diverse our community is!

Sign up with the QR code on the posters around the school or see Ms. S or AP Mr. Johnson for more information!

Key Club, 10/2

Attention Key Club members: We will meet afterschool Monday in the lecture hall. Please be on time and plan to stay for the duration of the meeting, until about 4:00.

Jayem PALS, 10/2

Jayem PALS don't forget we will be meeting on Monday, 10/2 after school. We will be painting the mural here at JM from 3pm until 4:15pm. If you are not yet a Jayem PAL we invite you to join us for this activity, especially if you are interested in art. See Ms. S or Mrs. Willging for more information.

Scholastic Bowl, 10/4

The Scholastic Bowl/Academic Quiz Team will hold its first practice on Wednesday, October 4th, after school in room 132. Come learn about this Varsity Sport and play a practice game. See Mr. Blosser with any questions.

Senior Sunrise, 10/6

Hey Jayem Seniors! Do you want to spend the morning with your classmates and friends watching the sunrise?

The Buzz is hosting the first annual Senior Sunrise on October 6th, from 6:45 to 7:30 on the practice field.

We’ll also be selling t-shirts and donuts to support the Buzz. But don’t worry if you aren’t a senior, you can still participate in a school-wide art contest, where anyone can create the design for the t-shirts. If you win, your design will be featured on everyone’s shirt, and you’ll get your own, Buzz-designed, shirt for free!

All entries can be submitted to Ms. Conde in room 211. All submissions are due on Friday, 9/29, so don’t wait!

Remember to check your email for updates and look out for flyers around the school. We can’t wait to see you all there!


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AP Exam Sign Up! 9/27

Students who wish to sign up for an AP exam may do so by stopping by to see Mrs. Teri during lunch waves Wednesday, September 27th. A $40 deposit is due per AP test you would like to take. Checks can be made out to JMHS.

PSAT Alert!

Students who have registered for the PSAT were sent an email about the upcoming Digital Readiness Check. The Digital Readiness Check will take place on Tuesday, October 3rd during WIN time for registered 10th graders and Wednesday, October 4th during WIN time for registered 11th graders. Students should report to the Lecture Hall at the start of WIN time with their charged, school-issued laptop. Students, please check your email for more information.

10th Graders!

10th grade students should login to Major Clarity and complete the interest inventory.

Reminder that Counseling Intern, Kasper Diller, will be pulling 10th graders from PE classes throughout the semester to review course selections and diploma requirements. The interest inventory should be completed prior to your meeting!

Virginia Space Grant Consortium

The Virginia Space Grant Consortium provides FREE NASA-related programs for Virginia's high school students in 10th, 11th, and 12th grades. The programs have an interactive online STEM learning experience and are highlighted by a seven-day residential summer academy at NASA.

10th GRADE
Virginia Space Coast Scholars (VSCS) focuses on the current missions flown or managed by NASA Wallops Flight Facility on Virginia’s Eastern Shore. - This online course application is OPEN UNTIL OCTOBER 24. Check out the VSCS promo video.

11th AND 12th GRADE
Virginia Aerospace Science and Technology Scholars (VASTS) focuses on NASA’s human spaceflight missions and the Journey to the Moon and on to Mars. Students can earn up to five free dual enrollment college credits., applications are OPEN UNTIL OCTOBER 24. Check out the VASTS promo video.

Virginia Earth System Science Scholars (VESSS) focuses on the challenges the next generation of scientists and engineers to become part of the solution to the societal issues faced by the impacts of climate change. Engaging students in real-world investigations of the Earth and its systems using the latest research and data from NASA. Students can earn up to five free transferable dual enrollment college credits applications are OPEN UNTIL OCTOBER 24. Check out the VESSS promo video.

Meet Your Counselors!

Counselor Assignments:

Sharon Johnson: A- Do

Holly Botkin: Du- K

Kasine Conway: L- Ra

Annette Richards: Re-Z

Counseling Intern:

Kasper Diller

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Congratulations to the following members of the Cross Country team for their top ten performances at yesterday's meet: Luke Rossi, Sophie Sweet, and Alice Weber. Support the Cross Country team as they compete at the Patrick Henry Invitational this weekend.

Game Time!

Thursday – September 28

· Volleyball @ Caroline – JV @ 5pm, Varsity to follow.

  • Bus 41 @ 3:30pm

Friday – September 29

· Varsity Football @ Chancellor – 7:00pm

  • Football Buses 49,52 @ 4:45pm
  • Cheer Bus 27 @ 5:45pm

Saturday – September 30

· Cross Country – Patrick Henry Invitational @ Poor Farm Park – 9:30am

  • Bus 55 @ 7:00am

· JV Football vs. Liberty @ Maury Stadium – 11:00am

Bus 50 @ 9:45am

Fall Sports


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Rank One

Welcome to the Rank One Parent Portal! Fill out online forms or view schedules.

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Parking Passes-On Sale Now

All student drivers must park in the student parking lot. Parking passes can be paid by cash or check in the main office. You are required to fill out the online application below. See Ms. Franke with any questions.

Bus Passes

In order to obtain a bus pass for a different bus, the student must turn in a note to the front office before lunch. We must confirm the note to be able to give the student a pass.

After School Policy

Students are reminded that if you're not staying after school with a teacher, sponsor or coach, you must leave the building at dismissal.

No Commercial Food Deliveries During School Day

This is a reminder that no outside food can be brought into or be delivered to the school. Students can bring food from home or enjoy provided daily meals without charge.

Behind the Wheel

Any student who plans on taking the Behind the Wheel course this semester needs to email Mr Brown at and get registered. If you have already registered, you need to call and get a scheduled time to drive.

You are required to drive at least 3 days. Please include in your email a contact number so Mr Brown can schedule you.

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Catch Your Bus

Link to district transportation page.