Announcements for November 17, 2017

Today is the blood drive. Those signed up come to the auditorium during your scheduled time and be sure to bring a picture ID.  Thanks for giving the greatest of gifts, the gift of life!

Come get information about the Spring Musical auditions at our meeting on Monday at 2:30-3:00 in Room 182! See Mr. Stone with questions.

Attention seniors– The University of Mary Washington will be visiting for an on-site admissions opportunity on Monday, November 20th. If you have already applied or are planning to apply to Mary Washington, please consider signing up in the Counseling Office to meet with the representative and possibly have a college acceptance to be thankful for this Thanksgiving!

There will be a Flight Crew meeting during AEP on Monday, November 20 in room 234. Breakfast will be provided!

Attention all Gang Green members: there will be a meeting this Monday, November 20th, during AEP in the auditorium. Please check in with your first block teacher and then head down to the auditorium. We will be discussing activities for the upcoming winter sports and activities season.

Announcements for November 16, 2017

Project Discovery meets today, November 16th right after school in
room 152.

Attention seniors– The University of Mary Washington will be visiting for an on-site admissions opportunity on Monday, November 20th. If you have already applied or are planning to apply to Mary Washington, please consider signing up in the Counseling Office to meet with the representative and possibly have a college acceptance to be thankful for this Thanksgiving!

There will be a National English Honor Society meeting today after school in room 213.

There will be a Flight Crew meeting during AEP on Monday, November 20 in room 234. Breakfast will be provided!

Attention all Gang Green members: there will be a meeting this Monday, November 20th, during AEP in the auditorium. Please check in with your first block teacher and then head down to the auditorium. We will be discussing activities for the upcoming winter sports and activities season.

Signed up to donate blood Friday, 11/17?  Remember to bring a picture ID and eat a good breakfast.  Thanks for being willing to give the gift of life!

Announcements for November 15, 2017

Project Discovery meets on Thursday, November 16th right after school in
room 152.

Attention seniors– The University of Mary Washington will be visiting for an on-site admissions opportunity on Monday, November 20th. If you have already applied or are planning to apply to Mary Washington, please consider signing up in the Counseling Office to meet with the representative and possibly have a college acceptance to be thankful for this Thanksgiving!

 

Announcements for November 14, 2017

Project Discovery meets on Thursday, November 16th right after school in
room 152.

There will be a Key Club meeting for all members today at 2:30 in the Lecture Hall

Attention seniors– The University of Mary Washington will be visiting for an on-site admissions opportunity on Monday, November 20th. If you have already applied or are planning to apply to Mary Washington, please consider signing up in the Counseling Office to meet with the representative and possibly have a college acceptance to be thankful for this Thanksgiving!

Indoor Track will start on today, November 14th.  Indoor track will meet at the track at 2:45pm.  All athletes must have a completed sports physical.

 

Announcements for November 10, 2017

French Honor Society meeting November 13th in room 220 during AEP or for your convenience also after school in room 220.  See you there.

The Key Club and the Red Cross want your blood.  If you are 16 or older sign up today during lunch and give the gift of life Friday, November 17th.  10% of us donate and 90% of us use donations in our lifetime.  Be a part of the 10%.

Indoor Track will start on Tuesday, November 14th.  Indoor track will meet at the track at 2:45pm.  All athletes must have a completed sports physical.

Attention students: Do you want to experience a HIGH ENERGY workout along with AMAZING MUSIC by the most AWESOME instructors in town? Do you want to be motivated and experience progress with your personal fitness? Then our new after school club, Lit and Fit is for you. Sign-up with Amanda Miller in the PE hallway as soon as possible to reserve your spot.

Anyone interested in running the Sleighbell 5k?  Jamestown High School will have a high school group run at the Sleighbell 5k.  Please see Mr. Habersham or Coach Tompkins for an application sheet.

Announcements for November 9, 2017

French Honor Society meeting November 13th in room 220 during AEP or for your convenience also after school in room 220.  See you there.

The Key Club and the Red Cross want your blood.  If you are 16 or older sign up today during lunch and give the gift of life Friday, November 17th.  10% of us donate and 90% of us use donations in our lifetime.  Be a part of the 10%.

Indoor Track will start on Tuesday, November 14th.  Indoor track will meet at the track at 2:45pm.  All athletes must have a completed sports physical.

Attention students: Do you want to experience a HIGH ENERGY workout along with AMAZING MUSIC by the most AWESOME instructors in town? Do you want to be motivated and experience progress with your personal fitness? Then our new after school club, Lit and Fit is for you. Sign-up with Amanda Miller in the PE hallway as soon as possible to reserve your spot.

Anyone interested in running the Sleighbell 5k?  Jamestown High School will have a high school group run at the Sleighbell 5k.  Please see Mr. Habersham or Coach Tompkins for an application sheet.W&M Alliance presents guest speaker Jonathan Vaughter at the Commonwealth Auditorium Nov. 9, 7:00 PM -8:30 PM Come listen to Jonathan share his passion for the sport Reservations can be made at: http//forms.wm.edu/34536

JHS Blood Drive Friday, November 17th in the auditorium Give the gift of life to three other people – sign up with Mr. Ambler in Room 215/Office 214

Blood Drive

Announcements for November 8, 2017

The Key Club and the Red Cross want your blood.  If you are 16 or older sign up today during lunch and give the gift of life Friday, November 17th.  10% of us donate and 90% of us use donations in our lifetime.  Be a part of the 10%.

Indoor Track will start on Tuesday, November 14th.  Indoor track will meet at the track at 2:45pm.  All athletes must have a completed sports physical.

Attention students: Do you want to experience a HIGH ENERGY workout along with AMAZING MUSIC by the most AWESOME instructors in town? Do you want to be motivated and experience progress with your personal fitness? Then our new after school club, Lit and Fit is for you. Sign-up with Amanda Miller in the PE hallway as soon as possible to reserve your spot.

Anyone interested in running the Sleighbell 5k?  Jamestown High School will have a high school group run at the Sleighbell 5k.  Please see Mr. Habersham or Coach Tompkins for an application sheet.

W&M Alliance presents guest speaker Jonathan Vaughter at the Commonwealth Auditorium Nov. 9, 7:00 PM -8:30 PM Come listen to Jonathan share his passion for the sport Reservations can be made at: http//forms.wm.edu/34536

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Six months after her kidnapping, Cheyenne Wilder is preparing for the trial of Roy Sawyer, the man who held her for ransom, dealing with her overprotective parents, and learning self-defense techniques from her new bodyguard. Cheyenne can’t—and won’t—let being blind stop her from becoming stronger. Yet when it comes to Griffin Sawyer, the boy who accidentally kidnapped her but helped her escape, Cheyenne doesn’t feel strong. Griffin is going to testify against his father, Roy, which causes Roy and his half brother, Dwayne, to begin plotting. Through third-person chapters that shift perspectives, readers see how, together with TJ, another accomplice from the first kidnapping, Dwayne sets events in motion to kidnap Cheyenne again. In a pulse-pounding sequence, Cheyenne must find a way to use what she has learned to save herself and Griffin—but when Dwayne threatens more than just the two of them, how can two teenagers, one of them blind, defeat a fully grown man? Providing plenty of background for anyone who did not read the first book, this novel offers action, with a disabled protagonist heading the white cast of characters. Cheyenne’s blindness makes her an out-of-the-ordinary thriller star, particularly when emotions like confusion and self-doubt are shown, helping readers get under her skin. While Dwayne and TJ remain cardboard villains, they still constitute a credible menace.

From Kirkus Reviews