Jr. Tiger Tales


 

Articles written by MCJHS student
Kennedy Hebert & Jill McMarty

August 28, 2013

By Kennedy Hebert

Thought of the week: “The world’s work is done every day by people who could have stayed in bed, but didn’t” Croft M. Pentz

Welcome back to the first Tiger Tales of the school year of 2012/13. Hope everyone enjoyed their summer and are ready to learn! First I would like to wish Mrs. Nancy Alleman a very happy birthday on August 31. This week’s important events are a football jamboree in Patterson on Thursday at 6:00 p.m., our first jean day this Friday, and our cheerleader, dance team, band, and mascot are walking in the Annual Shrimp and Petroleum Festival this Sunday at 3:00 p.m. Future events include progress reports and the first PTO meeting on September 9th, and our first pep rally is on September 17th. Lastly I would like to congratulate the following students for being a part of this year Morgan City Junior High Schools Twirlers, Cheerleaders and Young Patriots. The Twirlers consist of: Captain Hannah Prado, and members,Mattie Carter and Kathryn Stadalis; Cheerleaders: Co-Captains Bailee Hoggatt and Mattie Fontenot, Makynlee Boudreaux, Taylor Gros, Dru Gros, Jolee Nini, Hayden Trotter, Allie Vincent, Mallory Fontenot, Gabby Richard, Niki Ring, Madison Doiron, and Joh’nay Coulon, and lastly the Young Patriots , who raise and lower our flag each day:Elijah Williams, Jake Giroir, Ahmad Hawkins, and Noah Sierra
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September 5, 2013

By Jill McCarty
Thought for the week: “Don’t get so busy preparing for a rainy day that you miss today’s sunshine”. –Croft M. Pentz

I hope everyone had an awesome Labor Day Weekend and a good time at the festival! MCJHS would like to give a special thanks to the MCJHS Band, Miss Nanci Smith, Twirlers, Mrs. Holly Barbier, Cheerleaders, Mrs. Kristen Landry, Mascot, Mrs. Therra Williams, Mrs. Mary Jo Beadle, the dance team, and all of the parents that walked in the Shrimp and Petroleum Parade on Sunday. On Thursday, MCJHS played against Pierre Part at home, but we will have the results next week. Make sure to go out and support our high school Tigers tonight when they play at White Castle at 7. Progress reports are going to be given out Monday the 9th, so be sure to keep your grades up! Extended day will start for students Wednesday, September 10th. Show your spirit at our first pep rally on September 17th! Our back to school dance, “Into the Wild”, will be September 27th from 6-9 P.M.; be sure to pay your IOUs and act right in order to go! The results from Mr. Lewis’s Edible Cell Contest are as follows: 1st place: Gabe Garcia, 2nd place: Esperanza Puebla, 3rd place: Dru Gros, 4th place: Camryn Spinks, Honorable Mention: Tai Nguyen and Jenna Duhon. That’s all for this week’s Junior Tiger Tales, I hope everyone has an enjoyable weekend and make sure you read next week’s article too!
 

September 11, 2013

By Kennedy Hebert
Thought of the week: “Winning is not just a sometime thing, it is an all the time thing. You don’t do things right once in a while… you do them right all the way.” –Vince Lombarbi

Welcome back to this week’s Junior Tiger Tales. This week’s agenda includes progress reports given out on Monday, Extended Day began on Tuesday, Insight was on Wednesday, and a volleyball game at B.E.B. on Thursday. The result of this week’s football game was a win against Centerville, great job boys! Also we have a pep rally on September 17th; everyone is invited to come and watch. We would also like to say a very special thanks to Mrs. Michelle Nguyen for organizing our character binder for the 2013-2014 school year. Let’s us not forget one of the greatest tragedies in America’s history and keep the families of the 9/11 victims in our thoughts.
 

September 16, 2013

By: Jill McCarty
Thought for the week: “Opportunity is often dressed up in work clothes.” –Croft M. Pentz

This week at MCJHS, our first pep rally was held on Tuesday, September 17. Everyone had a lot of fun! Our MCJHS football team played a great game against Berwick on Tuesday, and we will have the results next week. The volleyball team also had a great game against Berwick on Monday, and we will have those results in the next article, too. Our Beginning of School Dance, “Into the Wild”, has been moved to October 25th. Make sure you make it to the Meet You At the Flag Pole Event on Wednesday, September 25th at 7:05 A.M. presented by Insight. Start looking for pink socks to wear to school for $1 on October 10th. Come support our MCHS Tiger Football Team tonight at 7 P.M. when they play against West St. Mary. That’s all for this week….. have a great weekend!
 

September 24, 2013

By: Kennedy Hebert
Thought of the week: “Concentrating attention on one thing at a time is still the best way to get things done”. –Croft M. Pentz
 
To start off this week’s Tiger Tales, we would like to wish a Happy Birthday to Mrs. Gen Thorguson, Mrs. Sadria Faulk, and Mrs. Cindy Gunter. This week at MCJHS we had 6 weeks assessments and a “Meet You at the Flag Pole Prayer” on Wednesday, and a volleyball game on Thursday. We also had a football game scheduled for this past Tuesday, but it was canceled due to the rain and may be rescheduled for a later date. Future events include a pep rally on October 8th, the volleyball Breast Cancer Awareness Game on October 10th and Homecoming Week for MCHS on October 14 through October 18th. We would like to congratulate our volleyball team for defeating B.E.B. last Thursday. We would also like to tell our football team good job even though they came up short in the game against Berwick. That’s it for this week’s Tiger Tales.

 

October 8, 2013

By: Jill McCarty
Thought for the Week: “Though humor, you can soften some of the worst blows life delivers. And once you find laughter, no matter how painful the situation may be, you can survive it”. –Bill Cosby.

This week at MCJHS we had our second pep rally, and everyone was pumped! Monday, our football team played BEB, and Tuesday the team played Franklin. The “Paint the Gym Pink” volleyball match is on October 10th so don’t miss out! We will have the results from the football and volleyball games next week. Our nine weeks ended Wednesday, and report cards will go out next Wednesday. Hopefully everyone did well or will do better the next nine weeks! Our fall break is from Friday to Tuesday, 10/11-15, and I hope everyone gets to relax and have some fun! On Saturday the junior high volleyball team will hold its 2nd Annual Walkathon at 8 a.m. Our Veteran’s Day Assembly will be held on November 11th; we will have more information on that later. Don’t forget that this month is Bully Prevention and Breast Cancer Awareness Month, so make sure you sure your support for both of these causes. MCHS’s Homecoming Week will be next week, make sure you watch out for additional details! That’s all for this week, so have a great weekend and an awesome fall break!


 

October 23, 2013

By: Kennedy Hebert
Thought for the Week: “Keep your balance don’t waste your talents. Be drug free”. -2013 Red Ribbon week Motto


Last week at MCJHS, we had a short, three-day week. The week was full of excitement and fun! To begin the week on Wednesday, we received our report cards and later some of the students here attended Morgan City High School’s “Paint the Pit Pink” game. Also on Thursday, the Junior Tiger Band, Cheerleaders, Dance Team and Twirlers marched in the Morgan City High School Homecoming Parade and performed at the pep rally. This week is also a very important week, it is our Red Ribbon Week. We have different activates to participate in everyday. Monday, students wore their favorite hat to “put a cap on drugs”; Tuesday students wore sunglasses to “shade out drugs”. On Wednesday, many students wore a red shirt to show their support; Thursday was “crazy tie day” and also picture day. Today, students wore their favorite sports shirt, or jersey to “team up against drugs”. We have our first dance “Into the Wild” this Friday at 6:00. We invite every student here to attend; tickets cost five dollars in advanced. They can also be purchase one from Mrs. Beadle, Mrs. Melancon, Mrs. Barbier, Mrs. Landry, or Miss Hepler, or you can buy one at the door for six dollars. Have a great week, and remember to read again next week for later updates.
 

October 28, 2013

By: Jill McCarty
Thought for the week: “There is no season when such pleasant and sunny spots may be lighted on, and produce so pleasant an effect on the feelings, as now in October.” –Nathaniel Hawthorne.

I hope everyone had a safe and fun Halloween! First, we would like to thank our dance team for a successful “Into the Wild” school dance that was held on Friday night. Great job to Mrs. Stephanie Johnson for 1st place in the Red Ribbon Week poster contest, and another great job to the dance team and cheerleaders for the 1st place in the cheer contest. Thanks to the twirlers, NJHS members for walking in the parade on Saturday morning, and thank you to the student council members for working the cake walk at the Zoo to Boo. This week at MCJHS, we had a home volleyball game against Stephensville, which we’ll have the results of next week. Congratulations to everyone who made the honor roll, and got invited to the Honor Roll Assembly. Thursday, NJHS members, dance team members, and cheerleaders got to walk to M.E. Norman Elementary to teach the children about Halloween safety by putting on skits, playing games, and cheering about it. Our annual Veteran’s Day Assembly will be held in November 11th, and progress reports will be given out on November 13th. Well, that is it for this week, I hope everyone has a wonderful weekend!


 

December 9, 2013

By: Kennedy Hebert
Thought of the week: “Never worry about the size of your Christmas tree. In the eyes of children, they are all 30 feet tall”. Larry Wilde from the Marry Book of Christmas.


Welcome back from the weekend break. This week at MCJHS we would like to congratulate our first nine weeks Paws-i-tive Achievers for Participation: Jordon Poole, Cora Reed, Kallie Mayon, Kenny Lai, Madison Barrillleaux, Jeremiah Singleton, Ra’Sean Augman, Hailey Lewis, Khai Nguyen, Tayla Weary, Mallory Fontenot, Ketasha Williams, Hena Morgan, JAcelyn Bouillion, Claudia Villa, Leon Williams, Alejandro Perez, Ashley Weed, Jarmaine Hawkins, Christian Gray, Kameron Payureau, Trayvonn Batiste, Carson Gagliano, Tre’veon Francois, Chelsey Barahona, Monique Aborisade, Ty’Jaha Batiste, Darling Carranza, Natalie Kinchen, Tyrese Batiste, and Selina Doung. We would also like to congratulate our basketball teams, they are both doing really well and have had an amazing season. So far, the girls are undefeated, and the boys have only lost one game! Come and support the basketball teams whenever you get a chance. Recently, we have had our annual Christmas Dance, and it was a great success. We would like to thank all of the chaperones and NJHS for hosting it. This week we have had our first Paws and Claws meeting on Monday, and also a Student Council meeting. We have also started LEAP tutoring this week on Tuesday. Future events include Christmas Lights Bus Tour on December 16th, a band concert on December 17th, and the Student-Faculty Volleyball Games on December the 20th. That’s it for now… have a great week.


 

December 18, 2013

By: Jill McCarty
Thought for the Week: “And the angel said unto them, “Fear not! For, behold, I bring you tidings of great joy, Which shall be to all people. “For unto you is born this day in the city of David a Saviour, which is Christ the Lord. And this shall be a sign unto you: Ye shall find the babe wrapped in swaddling clothes, Lying in a manger.” –St. Luke 2:10-12.

This week at MCJHS, we had a shortened, but exciting week. Tuesday, our MCJHS quiz bowl team had a match against Hanson Memorial High School and lost, but tried hard. Wednesday, we had our Christmas Assembly which went very well and got everyone ready for the holidays. Today, we had our annual student vs. teacher games, and everyone had lots of fun. That’s it for this week; I hope everyone has a relaxing and enjoyable break. Have fun and Happy Holidays to all!

 

January 14, 2014

By Kennedy Hebert
Thought of the week: “Keep love in your heart. A life without it is like a sunless garden when the flowers are dead.” Oscar Wilde


This week at MCJHS we would like the wish our basketball teams good luck in their game on Thursday at home against Centerville. We would also like to congratulate both the boys’ and the girls’ teams for their win Monday against Central Catholic We have a few more Paws-i-tive Achievers that were forgotten in the last issue, Kevin Gonzalez, Jill McCarty, Kallie Mayon, and Eduardo Ayala Carranza. Future events include softball tryouts on Monday January 20th, which is also Martin Luther King Day and we don’t have school, and the next day is the Honor Roll Assembly on January 21st. Honor DSociety will be hosting a Family Movie Night on Thursday, January 30, at 6 P.M., so mark your calendars and join us for a movie and popcorn.
 

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