Announcements for April 30, 2019

Jamestown High School Relay for Life Team will accept orders for t-shirts during all 3 lunches starting tomorrow April 26th. T-shirts are only $10 each and proceeds help to benefit research and treatment of Cancer. Shirts will be on sale through Thursday, May 2nd only and delivered before the Relay on May 31st.

Prom is right around the corner.  If you plan to bring a guest from another school the date request forms are now available in the main office.  This year’s form must be completed, returned and approved prior to purchasing your prom tickets.  You have three whole weeks to complete this task so no exceptions will be honored.  Forms are due back to the main office by May 10th.   Tickets sales will begin the following week.

Announcements for April 29, 2019

Jamestown High School Relay for Life Team will accept orders for t-shirts during all 3 lunches starting tomorrow April 26th. T-shirts are only $10 each and proceeds help to benefit research and treatment of Cancer. Shirts will be on sale through Thursday, May 2nd only and delivered before the Relay on May 31st.

Prom is right around the corner.  If you plan to bring a guest from another school the date request forms are now available in the main office.  This year’s form must be completed, returned and approved prior to purchasing your prom tickets.  You have three whole weeks to complete this task so no exceptions will be honored.  Forms are due back to the main office by May 10th.   Tickets sales will begin the following week.

Announcements for April 26, 2019

Prom is right around the corner.  If you plan to bring a guest from another school the date request forms are now available in the main office.  This year’s form must be completed, returned and approved prior to purchasing your prom tickets.  You have three whole weeks to complete this task so no exceptions will be honored.  Forms are due back to the main office by May 10th.   Tickets sales will begin the following week.

Are you a graduating senior who took AP Spanish, French, Latin or German? Did you earn a score of at least a 3? If so, you are eligible to apply for the Biliteracy Seal on your high school diploma! Please visit the Counseling office to pick up an application. Completed applications are due back to your counselor by Friday, April 26. Please see your counselor or Miss Bailey with any questions.

Interested in a career in law enforcement?  Check out James City County Police Department’s Pathways to Law Enforcement program.  This program is open to Juniors and Seniors and is a preview into a career in law enforcement.  Topics covered include patrol, investigations, property and evidence, community services unit/crime prevention, SWAT, traffic unit, marine patrol, and more.  To find out more, pick up an application in the Counseling office. Applications are due no later than April 26th.

 

Announcements for April 25, 2019

The talent show is coming this May! If you are interested in being a part of the talent show, get information from room 182 or Mr. Stone. You can tryout for the show will next Monday or Tuesday or you can send a video audition. We are looking for a wide variety of talent, including solos, small groups, and large groups.

Prom is right around the corner.  If you plan to bring a guest from another school the date request forms are now available in the main office.  This year’s form must be completed, returned and approved prior to purchasing your prom tickets.  You have three whole weeks to complete this task so no exceptions will be honored.  Forms are due back to the main office by May 10th.   Tickets sales will begin the following week.

Are you a graduating senior who took AP Spanish, French, Latin or German? Did you earn a score of at least a 3? If so, you are eligible to apply for the Biliteracy Seal on your high school diploma! Please visit the Counseling office to pick up an application. Completed applications are due back to your counselor by Friday, April 26. Please see your counselor or Miss Bailey with any questions.

Interested in a career in law enforcement?  Check out James City County Police Department’s Pathways to Law Enforcement program.  This program is open to Juniors and Seniors and is a preview into a career in law enforcement.  Topics covered include patrol, investigations, property and evidence, community services unit/crime prevention, SWAT, traffic unit, marine patrol, and more.  To find out more, pick up an application in the Counseling office. Applications are due no later than April 26th.

 

Announcements for April 24, 2019

The talent show is coming this May! If you are interested in being a part of the talent show, get information from room 182 or Mr. Stone. You can tryout for the show will next Monday or Tuesday or you can send a video audition. We are looking for a wide variety of talent, including solos, small groups, and large groups.

Prom is right around the corner.  If you plan to bring a guest from another school the date request forms are now available in the main office.  This year’s form must be completed, returned and approved prior to purchasing your prom tickets.  You have three whole weeks to complete this task so no exceptions will be honored.  Forms are due back to the main office by May 10th.   Tickets sales will begin the following week.

Are you a graduating senior who took AP Spanish, French, Latin or German? Did you earn a score of at least a 3? If so, you are eligible to apply for the Biliteracy Seal on your high school diploma! Please visit the Counseling office to pick up an application. Completed applications are due back to your counselor by Friday, April 26. Please see your counselor or Miss Bailey with any questions.

Interested in a career in law enforcement?  Check out James City County Police Department’s Pathways to Law Enforcement program.  This program is open to Juniors and Seniors and is a preview into a career in law enforcement.  Topics covered include patrol, investigations, property and evidence, community services unit/crime prevention, SWAT, traffic unit, marine patrol, and more.  To find out more, pick up an application in the Counseling office. Applications are due no later than April 26th.

 

Announcements for April 23, 2019

The talent show is coming this May! If you are interested in being a part of the talent show, get information from room 182 or Mr. Stone. You can tryout for the show will next Monday or Tuesday or you can send a video audition. We are looking for a wide variety of talent, including solos, small groups, and large groups.

Prom is right around the corner.  If you plan to bring a guest from another school the date request forms are now available in the main office.  This year’s form must be completed, returned and approved prior to purchasing your prom tickets.  You have three whole weeks to complete this task so no exceptions will be honored.  Forms are due back to the main office by May 10th.   Tickets sales will begin the following week.

Are you a graduating senior who took AP Spanish, French, Latin or German? Did you earn a score of at least a 3? If so, you are eligible to apply for the Biliteracy Seal on your high school diploma! Please visit the Counseling office to pick up an application. Completed applications are due back to your counselor by Friday, April 26. Please see your counselor or Miss Bailey with any questions.

Interested in a career in law enforcement?  Check out James City County Police Department’s Pathways to Law Enforcement program.  This program is open to Juniors and Seniors and is a preview into a career in law enforcement.  Topics covered include patrol, investigations, property and evidence, community services unit/crime prevention, SWAT, traffic unit, marine patrol, and more.  To find out more, pick up an application in the Counseling office. Applications are due no later than April 26th.

 

Rho Kappa hosts National Junior Ranger Day at Jamestown Island

Rho Kappa Social Studies Honor Society hosts Jr. Ranger Day at Jamestown Island

On Saturday, April 20th, Rho Kappa Social Studies Honor Society hosted a day of family activities to support National Junior Ranger Day at Jamestown Island.  Under the guidance of their sponsor Ms. Sandling, these students spent all year reasearching and training to offer tours of the historicd site and created a variety of hands-on activities for families visiting the historic site.

Well done, Eagles!

2 JHS Students Selected for All-Virginia Band

All-State Band

Two Jamestown High School students were selected to perform at the 2019 All-Virginia Band event between April 4 and 6. Matthew Stumpf (flute) and Tyler Ende (percussion). This event celebrated the best high school musicians in the state.

Congratulations to these talented students!