Back to School Night September 25, 2018 Time Action 6:00 pm – 6:15 pm Greeting and presentation by JHS PTSA and Mr. Townsend, Interim Principal 6:20 pm – 6: 29 pm Block 1A 6:33 pm – 6:42 pm Block 2A 6:46 pm – 6:55 pm Block 3A 6:59 pm – 7:08 pm Block 4A 7:12 […]
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The School Board congratulated two WJCC schools and their PTA organizations for being named 2018-20 National PTA Schools of Excellence. Schools receiving this distinction are known for their commitment to build strong family-school partnerships. The recognition is awarded when a PTA and school have achieved high levels of family engagement or when a PTA and […]
Topics Include: Police training Traffic stops Patrol techniques Firearms safety Activities: Team building exercises Patrol ride-along Community service projects Requirements: Possess an interest in a career in law enforcement or community services Be between 14 and 18 years of age Be enrolled in high school Maintain a minimum GPA of 2.5 Be in good physical/mental […]
If you see or hear about school code of conduct violations or criminal behavior, contact a School Administrator, School Security, your School Resource Officer your Guidance Counselor or another trusted adult.
If you want to channel the power of the cosmos through tarot, this accessible and practical guide is for you. Written for novices and seasoned readers alike, How to Deal is packed with artwork and includes prompts, exercises, and layouts to give you the answers you’re looking for. Sometimes you just need the universe to […]
In his meteoric, thirteen-year rise to fame, Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. led a mass movement for Civil Rights — with his relentless peaceful, non-violent protests, public demonstrations, and eloquent speeches. But as violent threats cast a dark shadow over Dr. King’s life, Swanson hones in on James Earl Ray, a bizarre, racist, prison escapee […]
A pile of lime-encrusted shackles discovered on the seafloor in the remains of a ship called the Henrietta Marie, lands Michael Cottman, a Washington, D.C.-based journalist and avid scuba diver, in the middle of an amazing journey that stretches across three continents, from foundries and tombs in England, to slave ports on the shores of […]
From National Book Award finalist Albert Marrin comes a fascinating look at the history and science of the deadly 1918 flu pandemic–and the chances for another worldwide pandemic. In spring of 1918, World War I was underway, and troops at Fort Riley, Kansas, found themselves felled by influenza. By the summer of 1918, the second […]
Everyone thought they knew Aaron Hernandez. He was an NFL star who made the game of football look easy. Until he became the prime suspect in a gruesome murder. But who was Aaron Hernandez, really? Rich with in-depth, on-the-ground investigative reporting that gives readers a front row seat to Hernandez’s tumultuous downward spiral, All-American Murder […]