Mariemont Junior High School Daily Announcements

3-23-17 Announcements

March 23, 2017

Pennies for Patients: Thank you so much for all of your efforts in raising money for Pennies for Patients. Your donations will help to find a cure for children with cancer. Our school raised a total of $2210.43! Mr. Dennis’ first bell came in first place with Coach Joe’s first bell in a close second. Thanks again for all of your hard work.

 


We are gearing up for an amazing day on March 24th and wanted to give you a sneak peek of what we have in store for our students and staff! TOMORROW will be our 2nd annual MJHS Day of Service. This is the day that every student, teacher, and staff member from the junior high (and a few additional helpers from around the district) will be out of the classroom, out of the building, and some out of the district - serving in our community. Students will have the chance to spend the entire day giving back in the service of others and the greater community. We have partnered with over 20 different agencies to provide a variety of different service opportunities for the students.


We continue to take care and brood our chicks this week. Any help before and after school would be appreciated. Adoption day is Friday. If you plan on adopting, see Mr. Amlung to pick up the adoption papers you will need to have your parent sign.

 

 

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3-22-17 Annuoncements

March 22, 2017

Pennies for Patients: Have you ever thought about how long money lasts? A $1 bill lasts 18 months; a $5 bill, two years; a $10 bill, three years; a $20 bill, four years; and $50 and $100 bills, nine years. Coins can usually survive for about 30 years. The U.S., Mint estimates that there is 13 BILLION dollars in loose change laying around in the US! Where is it laying around in your house?

JH Spring Sports pictures will be taken after school TODAY. Please check with your coach for picture order forms, location and picture schedule.


We are gearing up for an amazing day on March 24th and wanted to give you a sneak peek of what we have in store for our students and staff! Next Friday, March 24th, will be our 2nd annual MJHS Day of Service. This is the day that every student, teacher, and staff member from the junior high (and a few additional helpers from around the district) will be out of the classroom, out of the building, and some out of the district - serving in our community. Students will have the chance to spend the entire day giving back in the service of others and the greater community. We have partnered with over 20 different agencies to provide a variety of different service opportunities for the students.

We continue to take care and brood our chicks this week. Any help before and after school would be appreciated. Adoption day is Friday. If you plan on adopting, see Mr. Amlung to pick up the adoption papers you will need to have your parent sign.

 

 

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3-21-17 Announcements

March 21, 2017

Pennies for Patients: Thanks so much for all of your donations to Pennies for Patients. Remember the first bell that brings in the most money will receive a pizza party.

Stock Club meets today during lunch in the library

We are gearing up for an amazing day on March 24th and wanted to give you a sneak peek of what we have in store for our students and staff! Next Friday, March 24th, will be our 2nd annual MJHS Day of Service. This is the day that every student, teacher, and staff member from the junior high (and a few additional helpers from around the district) will be out of the classroom, out of the building, and some out of the district - serving in our community. Students will have the chance to spend the entire day giving back in the service of others and the greater community. We have partnered with over 20 different agencies to provide a variety of different service opportunities for the students.

We continue to take care and brood our chicks this week. Any help before and after school would be appreciated. Adoption day is Friday. If you plan on adopting, see Mr. Amlung to pick up the adoption papers you will need to have your parent sign.

JH Spring Sports pictures will be taken after school on Wednesday, March 22. Please check with your coach for picture order forms, location and picture schedule.

 

 

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3-20-17 Announcements

March 20, 2017

Pennies for Patients: Roel is the Pennies national hero for this school year. You’ve probably seen his picture on the posters and coin boxes. In March 2011, when Roel was in the first grade, he was diagnosed with acute lymphoblastic leukemia. After more than 3 years of chemotherapy, Roel remains in remission. That’s a great thing because his busy schedule of bike riding and spending time with his family at the beach does not allow any more time for cancer.

We are gearing up for an amazing day on March 24th and wanted to give you a sneak peek of what we have in store for our students and staff! Next Friday, March 24th, will be our 2nd annual MJHS Day of Service. This is the day that every student, teacher, and staff member from the junior high (and a few additional helpers from around the district) will be out of the classroom, out of the building, and some out of the district - serving in our community. Students will have the chance to spend the entire day giving back in the service of others and the greater community. We have partnered with over 20 different agencies to provide a variety of different service opportunities for the students.

Wow--what a great weekend our Power of the Pen teams had! 41 schools and 234 writers competed in the Regional competition at Wyoming Middle School on Saturday. In the 7th grade, Lizzie Feeney placed 12th, Zoe Copetas placed 10th, Emma Lundeberg earned 4th place, and Ellison Van Scoy took home the 3rd place trophy. In the 8th grade Samantha Flerlage placed 14th, and Andrew Foley earned 5th place. These writers qualified for the state tournament in May. Additionally, Zoe Copetas had 3 pieces recognized that will be published by Power of the Pen. As a team, the 7th grade writers earned 1st place and as an entire school, our Warriors earned the 1st place Sweepstakes trophy. We are so proud of all our writers! All team members are invited to a celebratory pizza party Tuesday after school! Great job!

We continue to take care and brood our chicks this week. Any help before and after school would be appreciated. Adoption day is Friday. If you plan on adopting, see Mr. Amlung to pick up the adoption papers you will need to have your parent sign.


The Junior High was well represented at the DI Tournament this weekend. The district has seven teams heading to the State Tournament in April. The Unidentified Flying Donuts team will be competing in the state tournament. Team members are Theo Christopher, Zoe Copetas, Erika Dewey, Braeden Ewart, Liam Karlson, Anastasia Szymkowiak and Sofie Wuertemberger. The Super 7 team placed second in Saturday’s competition. Team members include Grace Bohl, Josie Bloom, Ana Eversole, Emma McGuire, Ally Scheeser, Lauren Schmit and Ellie Trubisky. Third Place was earned by the Frosty Apes team of Jackson Hacias, Maggie Hayskar, Ellie Hunt, Tony Mershon, Olivia Simpson, Anne Stewart and Ella Waltz. Congratulations to all participants.

JH Spring Sports pictures will be taken after school on Wednesday, March 22. Please check with your coach for picture order forms, location and picture schedule.

Stock Club will meet tomorrow during lunch.

 

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3-17-17 Announcements

March 17, 2017

Pennies for Patients: What a great week for Pennies for Patients! Our school total is up to $1466! Help us reach our goal of $2600 so that our entire school gets free Kona Ice. Mr. Dennis’ first bell class is in the lead with Mr. Regruth’s first bell class close behind. One more week to go!!!

 

We are gearing up for an amazing day on March 24th and wanted to give you a sneak peek of what we have in store for our students and staff! Next Friday, March 24th, will be our 2nd annual MJHS Day of Service. This is the day that every student, teacher, and staff member from the junior high (and a few additional helpers from around the district) will be out of the classroom, out of the building, and some out of the district - serving in our community. Students will have the chance to spend the entire day giving back in the service of others and the greater community. We have partnered with over 20 different agencies to provide a variety of different service opportunities for the students.


Congratulations to Henry Teghtmeyer, who received a Gold Key in Cincinnati for his digital art piece in the Scholastic Art & Writing National Competition. Henry’s work was then submitted and reviewed for the Scholastic Art & Writing Competition in New York where Henry’s art received a Silver Key Award! Henry’s work will be exhibited in New York and published by Alliance for Young Artists & Writers.

 

Good luck to the Power of the Pen teams as they compete this weekend in the regional Power of the Pen tournament!! Writers remember to report to Wyoming Middle School by 8am, wear your Power of the Pen t-shirt, and pack a lunch if you didn’t order a pizza. Please remember to bring pizza money to Mrs. Jordan!

 

We’d like to wish our three Mariemont Junior High Destination Imagination teams the best of luck this weekend as they compete at the regional level. Teams will present their challenge solutions on Saturday. First place teams in each challenge category will move on to the State Tournament in April. Good luck to all students competing! Go Warriors!

 

Did you know Scotland and Ireland are a mere 12 miles apart at their closest points? This weekend they are even closer! For 3 days only, over St. Patty's Day weekend, the Scottish tale Brigadoon will appear onstage at Mariemont High School. Get your tickets online, today! All seats are reserved.

 


Please help support the 2017 MHS After Prom: Planning is underway for the MHS 2017 Prom and After Prom that will be happening on Friday, April 28th. The After Prom provides a safe, fun, and alcohol-free event immediately following the MHS Prom. This is a parent-chaperoned night that includes a variety of fun activities for students. Please see the flyer for additional details on ways Jr High parents can help with this event.
 

 

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