The HOPE Squad along with Bank of American Fork is collecting new and gently used stuffed animals for at-risk children. The collection dates will be Nov. 20 – Dec. 18 - there will be a donation box in the main office at the school. Please help support by donating!
Mrs. Jessica Low is the type of teacher I aspire to be. Her quick wit and keen intellect provide the icing on the cake of a classroom experience that is the grounded in the curriculum and best-practices of her subject. She patiently collaborates and assists her team each year, puts in countless hours of research and lesson planning, and is a fierce advocate for teachers and public education. From “Dr. Who-ifying” her writing units to dealing with some of our most difficult students, she is both creative and professional.
On top of all that, Jessica is the master chef of yearbook—award-winning but constantly improving—a devoted and honest friend, and lovable nerd. I don’t hesitate nor feel it hyperbolic to say that Jessica Low is one of the finest teachers I’ve ever worked with and one that MJHS is blessed to have.
Tuesday our Hope Squad was introduced to MJHS and we had, Hank Smith, an amazing speaker talk to our entire student body about making good choices, treating others with respect and realizing that one person can make a positive difference in someone else's life.
Mrs. Heaton's English classes had a reading challenge for the month of October to see who could read the most pages for the month. The winners are...
2nd Period-Nick Lape (750 pages)
4th Period--Abby Kimball (3,412 pages)
5th Period--Caleb Gardner (5, 879 pages)
6th Period--Anton Moss (3, 811 pages)
7th Period--Bailey Gillespie (984 pages)
Overall Winner--Trace Groneman (6, 824 pages)
All the winners received gift cards to Amazon. Way to go students!