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Congratulations to the newly inducted 2019-2020 Key Club officers. Outgoing and incoming officers from the Williamsburg area high schools gathered at JHS to celebrate their leadership roles. Pictured from left to right: Megan Buffkin (Editor), Jack Mingo (Treasurer), Caroline Fuller (Vice President), Sophia Liu (President), and Kate Long (Secretary).
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!
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!
Jamestown CTE teachers traveled to the New York stock Exchange to receive an award and be recognized as one of the 100 best high schools in the nation for W!se Financial Literacy.
Pictured from left to right are: Sharon Green, Charlotte Stowers aned Robin Cornell.
JHS junior Jennifer Tisdale accepting a state level award for her sculpture, “Heroes around me”submitted to the PTSA reflections contest for Visual Arts Outstanding Interpretation Peninsula PTA, Award of Excellence Virginia PTA. The sculpture is on display in the Jamestown locker gallery.
Pictured left to right: Michael Willon, WJCC Council; Pam Croom, VA PTA President Elect; Jennifer Tisdale; Christian Mayer, VA PTA VP of Programs.
State Mandated Parent/Teen Driver Safety Presentations
The WJCC Driver Education Department will host a series of three of these informative meetings to help facilitate varying parental schedules. Attendance by a parent AND student to ONE of these meetings is MANDATORY. This mandate was passed on to us by the Virginia Department of Education. The purpose of this meeting is to reinforce vehicle safety considerations relative to teen drivers. Our three high schools are driver licensing agents for the Commonwealth of Virginia empowered by the Virginia Department of Education.
There will be separate sign-in sheets for Warhill, Lafayette and Jamestown families on location at each of these presentations. You do not need to attend a meeting at your home school, you may attend whichever is most convenient. Each presentation will run for approximately ninety minutes. There will be opportunities for parental questions at the conclusion of the presentation.
DATES AND TIMES OF PRESENTATIONS
- Thursday, 3/ 7/19 6:00 p.m. LHS Lecture Hall
- Wednesday, 4/10/19 6:00 p.m. WHS Auditorium
- Tuesday, 5/7/19 6:00 p.m. JHS Cafeteria (Change in Date!!!)
Parents and students need to bring their drivers licenses and learners permits and must sign in with their DMV customer identification number to validate their attendance.