Sponsored by Student Council
Week of September 15th - 19th
Monday - Crazy Socks
Tuesday - Mismatched Shoes
Wednesday - Stuffed Animal (no larger than book bag)
Thursday - Jersey Day (team jersey or t-shirt)
Friday - Crazy Hair (no paint or dye)
Student and class prizes will be awarded daily.
Class party for the homeroom with the highest
percentage of participation at the Wednesday football
game and the Thursday volleyball game.
Volleyball game special for students: Advanced ticket sales for $2 includes a free hotdog at the game. See Coach Evans for tickets.
Mandeville Junior High students in Amy McIntosh’s Language Arts classes received a visit from former New England Patriot player,
Harold Shaw. Mr. Shaw spoke about the importance of education
and his career in the NFL. Pictured (L-R) are Sean, Mrs. Amy
McIntosh, Olivia, Harold Shaw, Madison and Carson.
Congratulations to Mrs. Laughry!!! We are proud of you!!!
Mandeville Junior High’s Family and Consumer Science Teacher,
LeaAnn Laughry, had perfect attendance for the
2013-14 school year.
NEW STUDENT ID POLICY
There is a new STPSB Policy for all junior high schools in the district. Students in grades 7-8 are required to wear student I.D.'s
visible above the waist duirng regular school hours.
Mandeville Junior High student I.D. photos were taken on
August 26th. Each student has received one I.D. for no charge.
We have a temporary I.D. policy in
place so that a student can purchase a temporary, one-day I.D.
if they forgot their I.D. at home. If purchased before
7:25 a.m., the price is $0.25. If purchased after 7:25,
the price increases to $0.50.
A second, permanent, I.D. can be purchased from the library for
$3, if purchased before September 10th. After Septmember 10th,
the purchase price increases to $5.00.
The I.D. policy will be treated as part of the dress code and the
Minor Infraction Report system will be used to documnet a
violation of the policy. Please see the Student Handbook
for more information on that report system.
WANT TO GIVE A SHOUT OUT?
Did someone at MJH do something you liked or did someone
really go out of their way to assist you in some way?
Would you like to Make Someone's Day?
Teachers, Administrators and Staff
appreciate hearing positive comments from parents.
take a moment to let that someone know that you
appreciate something that he/she did by clicking on the
"Shout Out' icon on the left and fill out the digital form
to let someone know they made your day.
VISIT WASHINGTON, DC AND
PHILADELPHIA WITH CLOSE UP
Students, are you interested in traveling to Washington, D.C. and Philadelphia at the end of the school year?
A group is participating in a trip through the Close Up Foundation
from May 31-June 3. Students will visit famous sites such as
Capital Hill, Arlington Cemetary, Smithsonian Museums,
Constitution Hill, the Liberty Bell, and much more.
Informational meetings will be held on Tuesday, September 30th,
to discuss cost, dates, fundraising, and other logistics. One meeting
will be at 2:30 p.m. and a second option will be at 6:00 p.m..
A representative from the Close Up organization will be there to
answer your questions. Please visit www.CloseUp.org or
contact Ms. Kliebert or Ms. Griggs for more information.
THE PATRIOTS ARE COMING!
Our first home football game is scheduled for Wednesday,
August 27th, at Mandeville High. Kick off is set for 6:30 p.m.
Come out and support your school.
Want to Make the MOST of your Junior High years at Mandeville Junior High?
The National Survey of Student Engagement (NSSE Studies) shows that student success is directly linked to student involvement.
Mandeville Junior High offers a variety of student clubs and organizations so that all students can be involved. We have both a
list of clubs available and a calendar with all the events.
Become a "Participating Patriot!"
IMPORTANT MESSAGE FROM THE ADMINISTRATION
It is very important for our students to arrive safely and on time to school. If you are driving your student/students to school, please allow lots of time for road construction delays and inclement weather. Also, Highway 22 continues to be a challenge for families living in that area. During the school year, east bound traffic from Mandeville and Madisonville jams that particular roadway and may cause major delays.
Please understand that tardies due to traffic and expected weather conditions are not excused. We need and want all students in the classroom, ready to learn when the 7:30 a.m. bell rings. Please do not hesitate to contact the MJH Administration should you have any questions or concerns.
School uniforms consist of only red or royal blue polo-type shirts,
either plain (with no logo),or with the school logo.
See the Uniform Policy for more information. Uniforms are available for purchase through the office. All order forms and money should be turned into the office or your homeroom teacher.
CONGRATULATIONS TO OUR 2014-2015 TEACHER OF THE YEAR
8TH GRADE ELA
PATRIOT SAFETY REPORT
The Patriot Safety Report can be used to report bullying or other unsafe situations at Mandeville Junior High. A copy of the report can be found in your planner, on page 25, or at Patriot Safety Report.
The paper report can be turned in to any teacher, the office, or placed in one of the locked boxes located outside the library, by the
breezeway doors, or at the end of the 400 wing.
The online report is sent directly to the office. You will remain anonymous and the situation will be investigated.
Please do your part and help us keep Mandeville Junior High safe.
Having trouble with your locker or accessing a textbook online?
Please click the link below to notify the office, so they can help.
Homework Louisiana offers FREE online tutoring and academic resources from Tutor.com for Louisiana residents. Students can get help in math, science, social studies or English from a live tutor. The service can be accessed from any computer. There are two separate services, live tutors and a Skills Center. Tutors are available Sunday through Thursday 2 p.m. - 10 p.m. The Skills Center is available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week!
For safety reasons, students should not be on campus until 7:00 a.m.. Students
are to report to class at 7:25 a.m., and the 1st hour tardy bell rings at 7:30 a.m..
School Hours: from 7:30 - 2:31. For your child's safety,
please do not drop off your student before 7:00 a.m.
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