MYP Learner Profile Focus
March – We are Open-Minded
Fall Course Registration
Students received their registration form on Friday, March 15, 2019. Please go over the form with your child, sign, complete the online registration (click here to access the links) and have your child return the form back to their Social Studies teacher. Students will have until Friday, March 22, 2019 to complete the online registration process. If you should have any questions, please contact your child’s Counselor, Mr. Leonard or Mrs. Crawford in Student Services.
Today, March 20, 2019, you student received their green registration form. Please bring the form along with 2 different proofs of residence to Jewett Middle Academy Student Services and give to the terminal operator Mrs. Dumont by Wednesday, April 3.
Yearbook Memory Ads On Sale Now!
There is no better way to applaud your
student’s achievements than a tribute in his
or her yearbook. Celebrate with words of
congratulation, praise & encouragement.
Create, finalize and pay for your ad online
at balfour.com, or click here to visit our yearbook page.
Ad deadline is end of day Sunday, March 17th.
Important Dates for IB/AICE
February 28th: Check email for official invitation
March 10th: Deadline to accept a seat in the program
March 11th: Emails to additional group of students offered acceptance into a Program
March 21st: Deadline for 2nd round to accept a seat in the program
See our Student Services Page for more information.
Spring 2019 Testing Information
Updated Testing information is now available. Please visit our Testing Information page.
“Socks for Legs” Project Service
The 6th & 7th graders are leading a service
project called, “Socks for Legs”. 6th & 7th
grade students are raising money to purchase
artificial limbs for people who have lost limbs in
war-torn countries. How can you
help? Purchase a three pack of
colorful socks for $12. The socks come in both
adult & children’s sizes.
All students are invited to participate in this program. The program will be take place from Monday through Thursday of each week (3:05 p.m. to 4:30 p.m). The program will focus on improving reading, writing, and math skills through the combined use of direct instruction from teachers, tutoring, and online educational skill development programs. Both math and a combination of reading/writing instruction will take place each day.
We will look at test scores to determine where students need the most help and individualize the instruction for each student. Students can stay one, two, three, or all four days. If you would like your child to participate, please have him/her to come to the media center after school on Monday, 10/8. A snack and beverage will be provided for students. Please fill out the “Extending Learning” form/letter to verify that your child is participating and the day(s), he/she will be participating.