John Jay Morning Announcement
Monday, June 17, 2019
Today is Day 4
If anyone is in need of community service hours please come to the main office during your free time !
All students are required to present their schedule to enter cafeteria periods 4-7. Please be sure to have a copy of your schedule. You may print your schedule at your House Principals office.
IMPORTANT INFORMATION FOR STUDENTS TAKING JUNE EXAMS
Attention Students: The exam schedule for June is now posted in the main lobby, cafeteria, on the main office window & on the JJHS webpage. In addition, the exam room schedules are posted on the bulletin board outside room 101 & in the cafeteria. Today is the last day of regular classes. Tomorrow, June 18th regents week will begin. If you have 2 or more exams scheduled at the same time, you must notify your teachers and they will make arrangements for your specific conflict. As per the NYS Dept. of Education, No electronic devices of any kind are to be brought into any exam room during exam week. If you bring any electronic device into an exam room you will get a zero on your exam. Teachers and other staff will not be responsible for your electronic devices, do not ask them to hold them for you. Plan accordingly, in advance for pick up and drop off if you choose not to use district transportation. Also, student entry will only be allowed through the main lobby doors and the student drop off loop entrance during the entire exam week.
The Intensive Instruction classes would like to thank those of you that kept recycling bins in their rooms and offices collecting water and soda bottles for our water project. Through all of the bottles we raised $300.00 to send to the organization called The Water Project. This organization uses our donated money to build wells and water filtration systems for villages in Africa that do not have clean water. Children are missing school to carry water jugs to watering holes where the water isn’t even clean. So we would like to thank all of you who helped us raise money collecting bottles with us to donate to this worthy cause
DCC TEACHERS: On behalf of Ms. Loscalzo, Mr. Casey & Mr. Phelan we would like to congratulate our DCC Student of the Year MICHAEL WALSH!!!
US HISTORY: AFTERSCHOOL REVIEW TODAY IN THE MAKERSPACE FROM 2:30-4:30PM
LAST DAY OF BOOT CAMP
LIVING ENVIRONMENT – LGI ROOM
EARTH SCIENCE – ROOM 248
CHEMISTRY – ROOM 260
PHYSICS – ROOM 273
ELA – ROOM 206
Any Students planning on taking AP US History next year needs to come to room 229 to pick up the summer assignment
AP BIOLOGY: Summer Assignment is outside of room 192.
AP CHEMISTRY: Summer assignment is in room 260.
ATTENTION SENIORS: Be sure to check out summer job opportunities in the 12th Grade Guidance Office!
ALSO: IF YOU HAVEN’T ALREADY PICKED UP YOUR CAP & GOWN FOR GRADUATION PLEASE DO SO AS SOON AS POSSIBLE , THEY WILL BE IN MR. LEWIS’ OFFICE !
YEARBOOKS ARE IN !. Yearbooks are $95, CASH ONLY. Yearbooks will be on sale in room 130 during all lunch periods until we are sold out. IF YOU ORDERED A BOOK AND STILL HAVEN’T PICKED IT UP PLEASE DO SO IMMEDIATELY ! THANKYOU !
ATTENTION JUNIORS: SENIOR FACT SHEETS are past due! If you are applying to a FOUR YEAR COLLEGE next year, please give your school counselor a copy of your senior fact sheet as soon as possible.
COMMUNITY SERVICE: If you are interested in community service hours or would just like to volunteer to help out at the Special Olympics New York Summer Games please stop by the Main office for an information flyer.
YOUR NAME IN LIGHTS! Have you committed to a college? If so and you would like your name to appear in lights on our Marquee! Please stop by the PPS Suite (Senior Guidance) and pick up a Marquee request form to submit!
ATTENTION ALL STUDENTS: Students will be required to have ID on them at all times. If you haven't received a student ID, please see your House Principal.
All library books are now due. If you need your library books for papers or projects, please make arrangements with library staff as soon as possible.
Access thousands of eBooks, newspapers, and magazines from the library page of the school website 24 hours a day/7 days a week. Get some free summer reading now on our Book Swap shelf located just inside the library doors.
ROBOTICS: Congratulations to the John Jay Robotics Team who participated in the Extreme Game Challenge on Saturday at YALE School in Cherry Hill NJ. Our team made it all the way to the finals and ended up ranking 4th place overall in the end.
JOHN JAY FOOTBALL: There will be a brief mandatory meeting in the Cafeteria from 2:30-3:00 Monday, June 17th for any current JJ students interested in playing JV or Varsity Football in Fall 2019
JOHN JAY BASEBALL:
Parent Meeting for grades 9-11.
Date & Time: Monday, June 24 at 6:30pm
Location: LGI room
GIRLS BASKETBALL: Attention any girls interested in playing basketball. There will be open gyms on Tuesdays and Thursdays at John Jay from 3:00-4:30. The dates are: 6/18, 6/20. For more information please see Mr. Brooks or Mrs. Bianco.
EAST FISHKILL Recreation is looking for 2 more teams for its sand volleyball league. Contact Bill Green at the recreation office 742-2882 or call the office to reserve a spot.
ALSO- Will the captain of the "PATRIOT JAY BIRDS" please contact Bill GREEN as soon as possible about your Roster.
2019 JOHN JAY BASEBALL SUMMER CAMP
WHO: Children ages: 7-13
WHERE: JOHN JAY HIGH SCHOOL Baseball and Softball Fields
Session 1: July 15-18th s2019.
COST PER SESSION: $ 175.00 includes camp T-shirt (please indicate t-shirt size on registration)
*Any questions feel free to email Coach Eric Frink: firstname.lastname@example.org
Please see attached Flyer for more information and to register. 2019 Baseball Camp
WAPPINGERS GIRLS LACROSSE SUMMER CAMP - Open to all girls of all abilities K-8. @ John Jay, 5-8pm. Session 1 - July 8-10; Session 2 - August 12-14. COST: $110 for one session, $200 for both. See our attached flier!Wappingers lacrosse summer camp flyer
ATTENTION ALL STUDENTS: wishing to play fall sports, please submit your physical to the nurse ASAP in order for it to be reviewed by the district physician for approval to play.
HEALTH OFFICE ANNOUNCEMENT: Attention 9th & 11th Grade Students New York State requires that ALL 9TH AND 11THGrade students have a Physical on file in the Health Office, If you have not sent in copy of your most recent Physical exam to the health office please do so!
Faculty, staff and families will continue to receive full announcements and updates. Students, for the full announcements and updates, please check your school email. Hard copies are available in the main office