JH Mustang News
Benchmarks dates for November
Remote Learning November 16-20
Parents and students: This week, November 16-20 all students are on Remote Learning. Students were given a packet from each of their teachers on Friday. If you were absent on Friday, you can find your assignments on Google Classroom. Students may use your/their phone or a device you have at home to login everyday for their warmup and their work for each class for each day. If they don't have a phone or enough data, then contact the teacher by calling, emailing, or Remind. Our staff is still working so you can pick up one outside the front door as long as you call and let us know you need a copy of the packet if you were absent on Friday (printed packets are for those who don't have access to the internet or a device to access it).
Students must engage everyday during these days with their warm up question and the assignments for all 8 periods. Their work is due by November 30 when we return to school. These assignments are for a grade and attendance.
Please call 936-348-3587 or reach out to their teachers from 8-4 through email, phone call, or Remind to help with any questions you might have about their work.
JH Extracurricular News
Both girls and boys have moved on to our basketball season. The first games will begin on Monday, November 30 after we return from the holidays.
The Band students are in the middle of their Christmas and Cookie Dough fundraiser. Sales can be made through the Thanksgiving Holiday and are due December 1st. We are also working on music for our Winterfest Concert that will be recorded and sent out before the Christmas Holidays.
7th and 8th grade students are preparing for Region Choir auditions.All choir members are prepping for our winter concert.
Christmas projects will begin when we come back from the Thanksgiving holiday. Students also finished the bookmark contest for domestic violence.
From the Counselor's Desk:
Ways to cope with stress
- Take breaks from watching, reading, or listening to news stories, including social media. Hearing about the pandemic repeatedly can be upsetting.
- Take care of your body.
- Take deep breaths or stretch.
- Try to eat healthy, well-balanced meals.
- Exercise regularly, get plenty of sleep..
- Make time to unwind. Try to do some other activities you enjoy.
- Connect with others. Talk with people you trust about your concerns and how you are feeling.
Click the following link for additional resources... COVID-19 Student & Parent Resources
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