Marksmen Minute

A Look Ahead to the Week

Winter Dance Success!

Many thanks to the members of the Student Council that put on a great dance this past weekend. There is a ton of work that goes into creating these events. Mr. Weyer and the students did a great job - thank them today when you get a chance.

Dodgeball Tourney this Weekend

The after-prom will hosting the annual dodgeball tourney this Sunday at school. There are numerous divisions from elementary level to adult. Flyers are posted throughout the building. Get your team together and come out to win!

Selfie Contest

Yearbook is sponsoring a "Selfie Contest" that will accept submissions from now until March 20th. There are several categories that you can enter and each submission will cost $2. All proceeds will go to support the Yearbook and all the things they do for TCJSHS. Submit all photo entries to either Mrs. Goodrich as an attachment via email or you can enter by submitting your photos through Instagram.

Box Top Winners

The Special Needs Class would like to announce the Top Student and Top Teacher who collected the most Box Tops and Labels for Education! The winners are.....Bailey Powell and Mrs. Goodrich! Congratulations!!!

Stretch Award Winners

Congratulations to the Renaissance Stretch Award winners! They are senior Sierra Snyder, junior Jake Swihart, sophomore Seth Vaquero, and freshman Alex Irwin. These students raised their GPA the most from the first to the second grading period. They will enjoy breakfast at Tell Street Cafe with a friend and will receive a t-shirt.

Weekly Stuff

Interesting Fact of the Week

The original idea of honoring Dr. King was not overly favored. It was taken to Congress for approval in 1979 and it fell 5 votes short of passing. A petition was then circulated in 1980 to gather national support for the holiday. It gathered six million signatures, which is “the largest petition in favor of an issue in U.S. history.” The bill came to President Ronald Reagan’s desk in 1982 and in 1986 the first Martin Luther King Jr. Day was celebrated.


Martin Luther King, Jr. joined George Washington and Christopher Columbus as the only two other people to have national holidays in their honor in the United States.

Bad Joke

What did the pirate say when he turned 80?


(answer at the bottom of page)

Calendar Reminders (and home sports events)

Monday, January 19

  • No School - Martin Luther King Jr. Day

Tuesday, January 20

  • JH Girls Bball vs. Heritage Hills at 6:00pm

Wednesday, January 21


Thursday, January 22

  • Basketball Homecoming Elections via Chromebook
  • Homeroom Activities: National Honor Society with Mr. Weyer, JH Baseball in the auditorium, Polar Bear Plunge with Mrs. Hassfurther, Hoosier Girls State in library
  • HS Girls bball vs. South Spencer at 6:00pm

Friday, January 23


Saturday, January 24

  • 7th Grade boys bball vs. South Spencer at 9:00am
  • Renaissance Spaghetti Dinner and Silent Auction - 4:30pm-8:00pm
  • HS Boys Bball vs. Crawford County at 5:30pm

Sunday, January 25

  • After Prom Dodgeball Tourney at 10:00am

Menu (January 19-25)

Monday

  • Breakfast -
  • Lunch -

Tuesday

  • Breakfast - Biscuits and gravy, hash browns, fruit
  • Lunch - Chicken nuggets, mashed potatoes, gravy, green beans, bread, fruit

Wednesday

  • Breakfast - Breakfast pizza, cereal, fruit
  • Lunch - Sub sandwiches, chips, brownies, fruit

Thursday

  • Breakfast - Eggs, bacon, toast, fruit
  • Lunch - Walking tacos, refried beans, corn, cookies, fruit

Friday

  • Breakfast - Pancakes with syrup, sausage, fruit
  • Lunch - Pizza, salad, fruit

Bad Joke Answer

Eye-matey!