Members of the Key Club recently held a wiffle ball tournament to benefit Dream Catchers.
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WJCC Key Clubs held a ceremony to install incoming officers and thank outgoing officers. The JHS Key Club officers for 2018-2019 are: Sebastian Lodwick (president), Thomas Hallett (vice president), Caitlin Day (secretary), and Kyle Baker (treasurer).
Mrs. Furr’s Drawing class participated for the second year in Project Memory, creating and donating portraits of children who are facing hardships. This video shows the process and the celebration of children in hurricane ravaged Puerto Rico receiving their hand drawn portraits.
WJCC IT Expert Drew Holzschuh spoke with CIS students about the IT Career Field. He shared many great facts with students about using anti-virus software programs such as Norton or Web Root. In addition, he cautioned them about Phishing tactics, using the Cloud, checking their Privacy Settings, and Fraud Protection at their banks.
Our spring SOL Testing Season begins tomorrow, May 23rd. During this time, we ask that our families partner with us to make sure are students are getting appropriate rest at night, as well as a proper breakfast before testing each morning. We are very proud of the work of our students and staff this school […]
Jamestown club lacrosse team won their championship game for the second year in a row, and this season were UNDEFEATED! Congratulations to Head Coach Jeff White, Assistant Coaches Maeghan Christie, Jomie Wilding and the hard working team members: Ashley Adams Alexis Broker Noelle Celli Rowan Coates Maddie Cooper Caitlyn Day Margaret Dossin Hailey Downer Haley […]
Ms. Mullan’s Field Bio class visited the marshlands of York River State Park and enjoyed learning about wetland species through getting up close and personal with the fiddler crab, the periwinkle snail, and even a black rat snake!
William & Mary’s Biology department opened their doors to Mr. Leone’s Honors Biology class to build upon their in class work with DNA by applying real-world applications of biotechnological techniques (Polymerase Chain Reaction and Gel Electrophoresis).
Any graduating senior may apply to present one of two speeches during graduation. In order to apply, please follow the directions below. Using your best writing ability, please write an explanation of 250 words or fewer about why you should be chosen to represent your class as a speaker at graduation. Be sure to include […]