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Jewel Sumner Middle School Staff  participate in Unity Day to raise awareness of bullying.  
 
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Mrs. Jan Hammons and Mrs. Brenda Johnson-Perry display their cake which was provided by the 4-H Club and STUCO and reads, "Happy Boss's Day to the Big Cheese!"  
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Some of our students get into the spirit and "TEAM UP Against Bullying" for our recent jersey day at school. 

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For every online order placed with Scholastic, our school library receives a $3 credit to use towards new library books.  You can access all their book club catalogs on their site.
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  • CHAMPIONS!!!!!

    The JSMS Cowboys finished their football season UNDEFEATED! They closed out the historic season with a 30 - 0 win over the Loranger Wolves. Congratulations to the team! This is the first undefeated season in the school's history.

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Announcements

  • We are selling wristbands that say UNDEFEATED to 
    raise money to purchase a surprise for our football coaches! 
    (Not really a surprise because they will know it is happening, they just won't know what it is!)
    These wristbands are $2!  You can send your money to the homeroom teachers or office to snag one for yourself!
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    Wednesday, November 2nd, is the LAST DAY to buy one!
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    JSMS will be celebrating several special days this month by allowing the students to modify their dress code.  On these days, students must wear regular uniform bottoms, but may get into the spirit by accessorizing their uniforms to the theme of the day!  Be creative and have fun!

    Friday, 10/7  Jersey Day

    Tuesday, 10/11  School Spirit/Pep Rally day

    Friday, 10/14  Wear Pink oir Red Day for Cancer Awareness

    Wed, 10/19   Wear Orange for  Unity Day (Anti-Bullying)

    Friday, 10/21  Neon Day

    Tuesday, 10/25  4-H Members ONLY  Go Green Day

    Friday, 10/28   Crazy Shoes Day  (Stomp Out Bullying)

    Monday, 10/31  Super Hero day

    Wednesday, November 2nd  Wear Red Day for Just Say No to Drugs

    Friday, November 4th - Wear Orange Day

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  • The BETA CLub will be taking orders for Boo Grams starting Monday, October 17th, during lunch.  They will be sold one week only.   They will be $1 and will be delivered on Monday, October 31st.  If you want to surprise your child(ren) with one, you can send or drop off an envelope to the office with their name(s), the number of cookies needed and the amount due.  Make sure to include your name and number on the outside in case there are any questions.  Below is a picture of what they will look like:

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    The 4-H Club will celebrate National 4-H Week during the week of October 24th.  Handouts were sent home with members last week.  On Tuesday, October 25th, we will have our 4-H meeting along with our annual pumpkin contests and Go Green Day.  Members are encouraged to dress green and to enter at least one of the two pumpkin contests - Pumpkin Carving and Pumpkins Decorating.  Pumpkins must be checked into the library by 8:30 that morning.  On Friday, October 28th, we will provide sweet treats for the teachers.  If you would like to send a treat for the teachers that day, please contact Ms. Splane or Mrs. Morgan.

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    The Student Council will host a school dance on Friday, November 11th, in our cafeteria.  The theme is Hawaiian Nights.  Break out your grass skirts and start practicing your hula!  The hours are 6:30-9:00.  Tickets will be sold in the cafeteria during lunch for $5 the week of the dance.  Tickets purchased at the door will be $8.  There will also be a concession stand and students can take pictures at the photo booth for $3.  If your child would like to bring a guest from another school, they must get a guest form from the office (available a week prior to the dance) and turn it back into the office signed and completed by November 9th.  DO NOT WAIT UNTIL THE LAST MINUTE TO GET A FORM!  The principal from the child's school must sign the form so it sometimes takes 2-3 days to get the form completed.

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  • TPSS has come out with a new app that is available free from the App Store.  Once you download the app, you can set it to send you alerts and updates from the schools that you choose.  This is another way to keep up with the latest happenings in your school(s)!

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        Please send all Boxtops  and Community Coffee  labels to Ms. Splane in the library or to the office.  They will get them to the PTSA so that they can redeem them for our school.  Although they can only be mailed off once a year,  we will COLLECT THEM ALL YEAR LONG!                                                  
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The football team recently toured the LSU practice facilities and weight room. 
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School finalists for 8th Grade Student-of-the-Year were Karli Addison, Haley Bates, Tanner Blades and Victoria Verberne.  Victoria was chosen as the overall winner and is the representative for JSMS at the parish level for middle school students.
 
Please click the image above to learn more about the cumulative grading procedure now being implemented parishwide in grade 8.  This is an entirely different grading procedure than grade 6 and grade 7.  The PowerPoint explains the difference between the two grading systems.
 
 

 

Beginning of Year/School Fees Information   
   
Ring! Ring! Ring!  School bells are about to ring!  We are excited to have your child(ren) as part of the student body this year at JSMS.  Please read the information below concerning school fees.
  • If you send a check for school fees, please have your child's name and a phone number on the memo line.
  • You may send one check for all fees, including PE uniforms or club dues.  Just attach a note as to what fees you are paying.
  • If you are sending cash, please have it in an envelope marked with your child's name and what fees they are paying.
  • PE uniforms are $15 for all new students and any students who need to purchase a new one.  
  • 6th Grade Fees  $32  (includes $15 PE uniform)
  • 7th Grade Fees  $18  + $15 PE uniform (if needed)
  • 8th Grade Fees  $20  + $15 PE uniform (if needed)
  • 4-H dues are $15 (joining this club is optional)

 

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All lunch money must be paid in advance.  Students will not be allowed to charge meals.   You may pay daily, weekly or monthly.  We prefer you pay monthly or twice a month to keep the lunch lines moving quickly.  Make sure you write your child's name on the memo line of the check.
Please fill out the free lunch form available online, regardless of whether or not you think you may be  eligible for free lunch.   Students are allowed to bring their own lunch from home. 
Today is Friday, January 20, 2017

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