September 25, 2015
- Progress Reports went home on September 23rd. Please make sure these are returned ASAP if you have not already.
- October 2nd - Teacher Workday- No school for students
- Planners need to be signed once a week by a parent/guardian but PLEASE check nightly for notes and assignments. Students are held accountable for not filling in their agendas.
- Lanyards need to be worn every day. Students can wear their own lanyards if they prefer something besides by the JFMS one we provide, but they must wear them at all times.
- Please come out and support our sports programs if you are able. Boys Soccer, Girls Volleyball, Cross Country and Football are our Fall sports. Students may stay after school with parent permission to attend any home games for Fall sports. Please make sure you pick up your child promptly after the games are complete. Student ticket cost is $3.00 for most events. Football games are $4.00
- Students will need tennis shoes for Academic Academy every Tuesday.
- Pre-order your yearbooks! Go to www.jostens.com
- If you are a member of Facebook, please join our Jacobs Fork Middle School Facebook page for updates from our school and community.
- Fundraising orders are still delayed. Hopefully, they will be here next week!
- Teacher webpages are here! Please log on to see our new webpages with homework calendars from our JFMS homepage.
- Midterm reward is on Wednesday of next week during AA. Qualifying students can use their electronic devices and go outside for social time. Students must have obtained 15 stamps and cannot be failing any academic class.
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Academic Class Information
We also visited the Book Fair in our Media Center. This will be closing on Monday.
Remember homework for my class will typically include:
- Article of the Week
- Assigned pages in The Outsiders novel.
Students have, hopefully, gained an understanding of the atmospheric factors and patterns that determine what weather conditions will occur in a particular place and time. Students are engaging in activities that will help them gain an understanding of how meteorologist predict weather using data obtained from instruments and plotted on weather maps.
We named our class tarantula this week; the students voted on names and she is now named Carlos. We will observe Carlos' characteristics and refer to them during our living organism unit.