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1st Nine Weeks Class Participation

 

Paws-a-tive Achievers

8th Kaylynn Pousson (Ms. Matthews), Ali Tregle (Mr. Johnson), Briana Delafuente (Mrs. Rhodes), Kelleigh Gaspard (Mrs. Gilder), Deondre Long (Mr. Theriot), Martin Johnson (Mrs. Rainey), Brandon, Bailey (Mr. Spinella), Joseph Doiron (Mrs. McCarty).

7th Clara Soriano (Mr. Brunson), Tristian Fabre (Miss Hepler), Hunter Mayon (Mrs. Watson), Kennedy Hebert (Mrs. Duhon), Sheldeen Dominguez (Mrs. Rebardi), Alex Brocato (Coach Hartman), Daniel Mincey (Mrs. Patureau), Xavier Coleman (Mr. Lewis), Markehnah Young (Miss Klutts), Maria Martinez (Mrs. Rico), Noah Aucoin (Coach Womack), Brittany LeBoeuf (Ms. Ward).

6th Giselle Martinez (Ms. Alvarez), Andrew Williams (Mrs. Sallee), Mia Ackman (Mrs. Mitchell), Patrick Price (Mrs. Johnson), Kristian Thomas (Ms. Broussard), Zury Hernandez (Miss Chauvin), Ciera Guidry (Mrs. Womack), Gabriel Garcia (Mrs. Gray).

Big Thank You

Thanks to the cheerleaders, student council, 4-H, dance team, twirlers, their sponsors and all the parents for participating in the Parade of Schools. Congratulations to MCJHS for winning 1st place in the Drug Free Banner Contest. Special thanks to Mrs. Johnson and Miss Hepler!
TIGERS OF THE 1ST QUARTER

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SPECIAL THANKS


 
cheerleader tryouts

 
H1N1 VACCINE INFORMATION

The H1N1 vaccine is available at the St. Mary Parish Health Unit.  Parents are advised to make an appointment for any students needing their first or second dose.
SPIRIT RIBBONS

Cheerleaders will sell spirit ribbons on the day of each football game. Ribbons are $1 and can be worn during school. Ribbons can be purchased from any cheerleader or Ms. Hepler.
 
HALLOWEEN SKIT & PERFORMANCE

The NJHS, cheerleaders, dance team, and twirlers will perform at Norman Elementary on Friday, October 26th. 

TEACHER OF THE YEAR

Congratulations Mrs. Margaret Manning on being selected as the MCJHS 2012-2013 Teacher of the Year!

 

LIBRARY NEWS AND UPDATE

Please access the library website if you have any questions.

ENCOURAGING YOUR PRE-TEEN

The middle of the school year are a peer-driven time of life. It may seem as if your child can't move his own two feet without a friend with him/her doing the same exact thing. But children this age need some alone time, too. This is a great time to tell your child that he is a worth-while person all on his own, and should be happy just with his own company. Make sure your child has time for himself/herself. Encourage them to engage in pursuits such as READING, DRAWING, EXERCISING, and COOKING. For more PARENT ideas, log on to www.parentinstitute.com

MORE PTO NEWS

Our MCJHS Parents And Teachers Helping Students (PATHS) meets on the first Monday of each month at 6:00 p.m. All parents are encouraged to attend. According to a study by the National PTA, schools with strong parent involvement programs experience profound benefits fro students, parents, teachers, and administrators. Research shows that when parents are involved in students' education, those students generally have higher grades and test scores, better attendance, and consistently completed homework. Take the first step in ensuring academic success for your child by becoming a part of the MCJHS PATHS.

BUILDING RESPONSIBILITY 

Together, you and your teen can make it happen! You want your teen to grow into a responsible young adult. Here are some ideas you can use to instill a sense of responsibility in your preteen/teen.
*TALK ABOUT IT: Teach your teen what it means to be responsible. Teach that he/she is responsible for his/her attitude. Attitude is a partner of responsibility.
*ENFORCE IT: Insist that your teen take responsibility for his/her actions. This means letting your teen suffer the consequences of his/her actions.
*ADVOCATE IT: Let your teen know when he/she acts in a responsible way. Discuss the situation and reinforce family values.
*MODEL IT: Show your child what responsibility looks like.