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Dance team auditions

JHS Dance Team Auditions

JHS Dance team Summer auditions!!
JULY 11TH 4-6 PM AT INSTITUTE FOR DANCE
NO EXPERIENCE REQUIRED
PLEASE SHOW UP PROMPT, IN WORK-OUT ATTIRE, AND READY TO DANCE!

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2017 Exceptional Games

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Congratulations to ALL of the athletes, and THANK YOU to the fabulous volunteers and teachers who worked hard to make it a success!

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Congratulations to the 2017 Golden Talon and Eagle Award Winners

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These awards are given out once a year to 4 outstanding graduating seniors. The JHS Golden Talon Award is awarded to the 2 students who best represent the ideals of JHS (scholarship, integrity, participation, and humility). The 2017 recipients of the Golden Talon awards are Ezra Bass (far left) and Nicholas Zhang (2nd from left). The JHS Eagle Award is awarded to 2 students who thrive despite significant challenges. This year’s recipients of the Eagle Award are Darcey Still (2nd from right) and Lauren Morris(far right). Congratulations!

 

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Mr. Dubay Honored for Service

Envirothon Team Coach Charlie Dubay was recognized by his team for 20 years of service.  The award winning team presented Mr. Dubay with a custom made quilt to honor his many years of dedicated volunteer work.

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Kiwanis Awards to Our Eagles

Two Jamestown students were recently recognized by the Williamsburg Kiwanis Club. Freshman Sorenna Jean (left) won the Kiwanis Club Delaney Award for outstanding community service.  Senior Will Bell, (right) won the Kiwanis Club Teenager of the Year Award.  We are proud of their outstanding achievements.

Next year computer login’s will change for STUDENTS

Login Changes for 2017-2018

JHS Team Dominion Virginia Envirothon VA State U. 5.21-22.2017

Envirothon Team Wins 2nd Place

Jamestown High School’s Envirothon Team won 2nd place overall in the Dominion (Virginia’s state-level) Envirothon Competition held on May 21 and May 22  at Virginia State University in Petersburg, Virginia. 
 
 Pictured above from L to R:  Front Row (Far Right only):  Scott Thomas (Coach from DCR), Charlie Dubay (JHS Coach) Back Row (L to R):  Amanda Mullane (JHS Coach), Rebecca Elton (JHS Coach), YuBin Kang, Audrey Root, Joanna Stathopoulos (Alternate), Elizabeth Horley, Rachel Smith (Alternate), Anna Song and Elsa Barrientos
 
The Jamestown High Envirothon (Environmental Science) team placed in ALL categories.  Out of the 16 top teams in Virginia, they earned First Place in this year’s Special Topic (soil and water conservation in agriculture) and in the category of Aquatics with a second place in Forestry, Soils, and Wildlife.   The Oral Presentation of their solution to this year’s State Problem ranked fourth. 
 
These students are to be congratulated for all of their hard work, dedication and knowledge. Colonial Soil and Water Conservation District, located in Norge, supports Jamestown’s Envirothon team, as a proud contribution to their promotion of conservation education and the importance of protecting our natural resources.
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Parking Applications Now Available

Parking applications for next school year are now available online or students may pick up an application in the Main office or Mrs. Deal’s Office room 206. The form can be accessed by clicking on the link following link:

Parking Permit Application

You can also find the online application under the “forms” tab on the main page of the JHS website.

Parking Registration begins June 1, 2017.

Parking permits will be available for pick-up for approved students beginning August 21st, 2017
OR students may supply a self-addressed stamped envelope with their application and receive their permit by mail.

Please obtain your permit application and complete the process prior to the first day of school and avoid the Fall rush!

Learn to Fly Williamsburg Aviation Scholarship Program (WASP) Application are available through high school counselors or at Williamsburg Jamestown Airport and online at the link below. 50 hours of flight training and academics Potential to earn a Private Pilot license Weekly classes and flights from the Williamsburg Jamestown Airport. For further information see the WASP presentation below and complete the application and evaluation packet.

Take Flight with An Aviation Scholarship

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Williamsburg Aviation Scholarship Program (WASP)

Application are available through high school counselors or at Williamsburg Jamestown Airport and online at the link below.

  • 50 hours of flight training and academics
  • Potential to earn a Private Pilot license
  • Weekly classes and flights from the Williamsburg Jamestown Airport.

For further information see the WASP presentation below and complete the application and evaluation packet.

Aviation Scholarship Application and Evaluation Packet

WASP Presentation 4.20.2017

2017-2018 Freshman College Common Read Titles

Seniors, What is Your College Freshman Common Read?

Seniors, grab a copy of your new alma mater’s Summer Read or Common Read book!  Many schools have announced their book pick for 2017.  An asterisk means we have a copy at Jamestown.

We will add to the list below as titles are chosen.

*Appalachian State College: One Amazing Thing by Chitra Banerjee Divakaruni

College of Charleston: The Big Thirst: The Secret Life and Turbulent Future of Water by Charles Fishman

Duke: The Prince of Los Cocuyos: A Miami Childhood by Richard Blanco

East Carolina State University: Evicted: Poverty and Property in the American City by Matthew Desmond

*Elon: Make Your Home Among Strangers: A Novel by Jennine Capo Crucet

*Flagler College: Hillbilly Elegy: A Memoir of Family and Culture in Crisis by J. D. Vance

*George Mason: Make Your Home Among Strangers: A Novel by Jennine Cap Crucet

High Point University: The American Way of Eating: Undercover at Wal-Mart, Applebee’s, Farm Fields and the Dinner Table by Tracie McMillan

*Longwood University: Every Day by David Levithan

*North Carolina State: Between the World and Me by Ta-Nehisi Coates

Susquehanna University: Perspectives on Conflict available at the school

*Tulane: Between the World and Me by Ta-Nehisi Coates

*UMass Amherst: The Other Wes Moore: One Name Two Fates by Wes Moore

*University of Mary Washington: Hidden Figures: The American Dream and the Untold Story of the Black Mathematicians Who Helped Win the Space Race by Margot Lee Shetterly

University of New Orleans: Callings: The Purpose and Decision of Work by Dave Isay

University of North Carolina Charlotte: The Book of Unknown Americans by Cristina Henriquez

*University of North Carolina Greensboro: Behind the Beautiful Forevers: Life, Death and Hope in a Mumbai Undercity by Katherine Boo

University of Tennessee: Station Eleven by Emily St. John-Mandel

*University of Vermont: A Deadly Wandering: A Mystery, a Landmark Investigation and the Astonishing Science of Attention in the Digital Age by Matt Richtel

*VCU: Dreamland: The True Tale of America’s Opiate Epidemic by Sam Quinones

*Virginia Tech: The Other Wes Moore: One Name, Two Fates by Wes Moore

*West Virginia University: Hidden Figures: The American Dream Dream and the Untold Story of the Black Mathematicians Who Helped Win the Space Race by Margot Lee Shetterly