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November 20, 2015
The Mandeville Junior High PBIS committee is hosting a reward
event on December 18th. This is an event to acknowledge
excellence in student behavior. To be eligible to participate in
the event, students must not receive any Minor Infraction Reports
or Major Referrals from 11/30 until the day of the event. The
reward event will take place at both lunches.
We are collecting gently used coats to donate to the “Coats for Kids” Program.  A collection box is located in the front office.
Students – Please place your Patriot Bucks in the Patriot Box
outside the Library for a chance to win a $10 gift certificate. We
will have two winners per month. 
Smoothies are sold on Fridays at 7th & 8th grade lunch.


Mandeville Junior High's November Students of the Month were invited to have donuts with Mrs.  DuRapau, the Assistant Principal.  Students were selected based on citizenship, academics and attendance.  This activity is part of the school's PBIS Program.   Pictured are Medha, Daniel, Jessica, Mrs. Gina DuRapau, Scott, Brendan and Collette. 

Mandeville Junior High's Girls'  Basketball Team won 1st Place
in the Ponchatoula Junior High Strawberry Classic. The girls
defeated Laplace 42-16, Albany 32-12 and Hammond Jr. High
22-16.   Pictured in the back row are Coach Evans, Alex,
Meagan, Maggie, Medha, Merhawit, Gentry and Coach Mel Gaines.  Pictured in the front are Georgia, Jordan, Jaden and Karter.


The Mandeville Junior High 2015-2016 Yearbooks are still on sale.


Click here
for more information.

Wednesday, March 23, 2016

Parents are invited to get a first-hand view of what MJH has to
offer. "Patriots on Parade” is a school wide celebration of student achievement. Watch the band, dance team, cheerleaders and student clubs march along Carondelet and Villere for “Parading Patriots.” Spend the rest of the evening watching performances or participating in various activities. A printed program will guide you. It is an excellent opportunity to see some of the wonderful things the students at Mandeville Junior High have achieved this year. There are silent auctions with baskets and a variety of specialty items. If you own a business or know of a business that would like to donate goods or services, contact Trish Picone by calling 985-626-4428.
Plan to join us!!

The Pelicans Mathletes Program, presented by Chevron, will
provide students in St. Tammany Parish with incentives to excel academically in the Math curriculum.  Students in 8th grade are
eligible to qualify for the Mathletes Program, which includes incentives such as attending a Pelicans game, receiving great prizes,and
earning entry into a drawing for an autographed Pelicans jersey.
For more information, please click here. For a video pertaining to MATHLETES, please click here.


Dear Parents,
In order to continually help you proceed swiftly and safety on your morning travels after you drop your child/children off at school, here's a quick reminder when you approach me at the intersection of Carondelet @ Monroe St.
1. If I am in the Middle of Monroe St. with traffic stopped, you DO NOT have to stop at the Stop Sign.  This is why I am in the street.
2. You still MUST use your blinker, as to Louisiana Law, indicating which direction you would like to turn.  Not only is it the law, but it allows me to tell the difference between who is turning and who is crossing over Monroe St. continuing southbound on Carondelet St.
3. Please be aware that I may stop traffic ALL DIRECTIONS for students that walk or ride a bike to school.  Student safety is one of my many many focus points.
4.  Please remember that all occupants in your vehicle must wear a seat belt and School Zones are "Hands Free Zones".  At no time can you have your cell phone in your hands while in a School Zone.
5. Please feel free to call me at the school if you have any questions and/or concerns.  I'll be happy to assist any of you as much as I can.
6. It is extremely important that you are NOT on your cell phone in school zones.  This means, You cannot talk, text and/or look or post anything onto Social Media while in a "Hands Free Zone" in a School Zone during School Zone hours as per Louisiana Law. Citations may be issued for violating the "Hands Free Zone" Law.  It is for the safety of children as well as pedestrians.
Thank you for your cooperation and understanding.
Yours Truly,
Officer David Sanchez
MJH School Resource Officer
Mandeville Police Dept.


The Mandeville Junior High has purchased a subscription to the
Gale Group Database for student use. It is available for research
and contains information on any subject. It includes encyclopedia articles, magazine articles, images, video and audio clips, primary resources, creative works, and newspaper articles. Please see the librarian for a password to enable off-campus use.


Students are required to wear their own current student
ID with the picture visible above the waist during regular
school hours.  Student ID photos will be taken at the beginning
of the school year or upon registration.  Each student will
receive one ID at no charge.  Students can purchase a temporary,
one-day ID for $1.00 or 2 Patriot Bucks from the school library
between 7:10 a.m. and 7:25 a.m..

A second, permanent, ID can be purchased from the
library for $5. Students are responsible for their ID at all times. 
They are not to write or mark on the front or back of the ID. 
Students are not to cut or deface their ID.  Lanyards must be
school appropriate.  IDs that have been lost or damaged must
be replaced.  Students are responsible for replacement fees
regardless of reason for replacement.  IDs are part of the dress
code policy and students out of compliance will be issued a
Minor Infraction Form.



Test Prep, GTT 1, GTT2, Algebra 1


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.
Please 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.

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!"


In compliance with ACT 436, parents now have access to view the Guaranteed Curriculum.  Visit the STPSB website’s Parent Section
and click on “Curriculum” in the side menu or use this direct link  http://stpsb.org/parents_curriculum.php

St. Tammany Parish Schools Video
Social Networking Safety Video


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.
Locker / Textbook Assistance Form

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!


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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.

Our web site contains links to other sites. Although we check for appropriate content, web sites can change over time.
The School is not responsible for any information or content provided by websites outside this web site.

The school photographs on this site are the property of Mandeville Junior High School and may not be used without
written permission from Mandeville Junior High School. Please e-mail us for more information.
In times of emergency, check the School System Website for up-to-date information.
Click the link at the top of this page to go to www.stpsb.org.
WEBMASTER: Jodi Newman

639 Carondelet Street
Mandeville, LA 70448
Phone: (985) 626-4428
Fax: (985) 674-0401
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