Student Service Connection

Planning for your academic & career journey- June Issue


Depending on the class you are selecting, it may not be too late to sign up for summerschool. The brochure is available in Student Services and at THIS LINK. Summerschool occurs between 8am-Noon for 6 weeks from mid-June through the end of July. Students can take up to 2 courses, and earn work credit if they are 16 and are credit-deficient. Summerschool is valuable for retaking a class for skill or grade improvement, or learning in some of the useful elective courses offered. Classes are at no charge, and do fill up, so sign up quickly when brochures arrive. Contact your counselor with questions.


Seniors! Are you interested in receiving summer support to help you enroll in college? Do you have questions about financial aid, admissions, enrollment, orientation, housing, etc? We can help!! We have 3 counselors who will be working with students this summer, primarily through text messaging, emails and phone calls, to support students’ transition to college. If you are interested in being contacted by a counselor for assistance, please sign up on your senior survey.

August Registration Dates for JMM

Students not registered- August 12th- 11am -6:30pm

All School- August 16th- 11am-6:30pm, August 19th- 7:30am-1pm


YOUR Counselors for next school year.

Click on your counselor's name to book a time with them for assistance next year.

(Appointment hotlinks for Zoe and Emily to be added in August)

Fox Neighborhood:

Amy Olson (A-Sn)

Zoe Coleman (So-Z)

Rock Neighborhood:

Dan Maloney (A-Sn)

Zoe Coleman (So-Z)

Wolf Neighborhood:

Troy Arneson (A-Sn)

Zoe Coleman (So-Z)

Wisconsin Neighborhood:

Emily Cochran (A-So)

Zoe Coleman (So-Z)

AVID Students:

Len Mormino

ELL Students:

Ying Vang

---------------Learning Experiences Beyond The Classroom-----------------

Think about some Learning Experiences Beyond The Classroom this summer. Click Here for ideas.


Explore your interests, creativity, and future paths that seem interesting to you. Visit our Learning Experiences Beyond The Classroom page or Career Exploration Page on the JMM Website.


Explore careers and work on your 4-year plan in Career Cruising with someone at home!

Consider exploring Pre-College programs at this link.


Juniors, you still have time to raise your score on the ACT and SAT by taking them again in June. If you missed registration, there is the possibility to Walk-On for an additional charge. This is a great time of year to take these tests, fresh with your 3rd full year of knowledge from classes in high school.


-GRADUATION COMMENCEMENT- Saturday, June 11th, 2016- 10am at The Kohl Center

-No plans after graduation, No plans? See your counselor!

-Final Year transcripts? Request them to be sent at

-Need to take some "placement tests" for the college you plan to attend before you can register? Here's a link to the UW-System's Placement Testing information, click here, or see your counselor with questions. Other tips to get ready for college are highlighted in a good article at this link.

"Exploration is what you do when you don't know what you're doing." Neil Dagrasse Tyson

More Learning Opportunities

Memorial 101 Summer Class

Want to learn the habits to succeeding in high school, register for "Memorial 101". For more information, click here, and look for "Memorial 101".