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Back to School Night
September 25, 2018
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 pm – 7:21 pm Block 1B
7:25 pm – 7:34 pm Block 2B
7:38 pm – 7:47 pm Block 3B
7:51 pm – 8:00 pm Block 4B
The presentation notes from the Greeting and Presentation from the Jamestown PTSA and Mr. Townsend will be uploaded to the Jamestown High School (JHS) website.
Make sure to view your student’s schedule and room numbers for classes. You can view your student’s schedule through ParentVUE, an online portal for parents of student information. If you do not have log-in information, please contact Ms. Morris, JHS Instructional Technology Resource Teacher (ITRT) for access to this tool at Amanda.Morris@wjccschools.org.
Back-to-School Night gives our families the opportunity to learn more about their students’ courses, teachers, and routines.
If you have multiple students at JHS, please contact your students’ teachers, and they can relay information to you.
Parents can schedule individual conferences with teachers to discuss their student’s learning progress, strengths, and other topics.
Jamestown High School will host Parent Conference Night on October 16th from 4:00 pm until 7:00 pm.
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 school have made substantive, positive improvement in families’ perceptions by the end of the school year.
Pictured at Left: Jamestown Interim Principal Howard Townsend and PTSA President Laura Johnson accepted the recognition for Jamestown High.
Pictured above (L to R) receiving awards at the international NCF Envirothon Competition in Pocatello, Idaho: Coach Amanda Mullane, 5 Main Team Members: Joanna Stathopoulos, Anna Song, Rachel Smith, Lisa Small, Audrey Root and Coach Rebecca Elton.
“Our team’s success is due in part to the many wonderful partners who provide a great deal of support to our students including technical training, advice, and funding,” said Jamestown High School’s former Principal Cathy Worley. The team’s partners include organizations such as the Colonial Soil and Water Conservation District, Ford Colony’s Trailblazer Club, and Dominion Energy.
This accomplishment was acknowledged on Friday, August 3, 2018 by Virginia’s Governor Ralph Northam during a Dominion Energy presentation in Norfolk, Virginia.
- Police training
- Traffic stops
- Patrol techniques
- Firearms safety
- Team building exercises
- Patrol ride-along
- Community service projects
- 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 condition
- Attend at least 1 meeting a month
- Participate in a variety of assignments
Contact your School Resources Officer for more information.
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.