8th Grade Graduation and Year End Information La información sobre la Graduación del 8o Grado y el Fin de Año
about 3 years ago, Sarah Grant
JR HIGH SPORTS CHANGES - The Jr High baseball and softball teams will play at Elm Street on Monday, May 31st at 10:00 am. The bus will leave at 8:15. On Tuesday, June 1st, there will be no softball game, but the baseball team will still play at Machias. Bus leaves at 2:30.
about 3 years ago, Sarah Grant
Changes
State Science Testing will take place at NJSHS on Tuesday, June 1 for 8th and 11th grade. It will start at 8:06 AM and end sometime in the 4th period. Students will take the test at home if remote or at school if present. Please make sure your child attends school on Tuesday, gets a good night sleep, and eats breakfast. This is the state mandated science testing that we are required to do. If you have any questions, please call the school. 483-2746 Los exámenes estatales de ciencias se llevarán a cabo en NJSHS el martes 1 de junio para los grados 8 y 11. Comenzará a las 8:06 a.m. y terminará en algún momento del cuarto período. Los estudiantes tomarán el examen en casa si están a distancia (remoto) o en la escuela si asisten en persona. Por favor asegúrese de que su hijo asista a la escuela el martes, haya dormido bien y desayune. Este es el examen de ciencias obligatorio del estado que estamos obligados a hacer. Si tiene alguna pregunta, llame a la escuela. 483-2746
about 3 years ago, Sarah Grant
science
Tomorrow, May 27, 2021 is our "Survivor Year End Celebration". Here is the Bell Schedule.
about 3 years ago, Sarah Grant
Survivor
Senior Graduation Information información de Graduación Para Estudiantes de 12º Grado
about 3 years ago, Sarah Grant
English
Spanish
The high school softball and baseball games scheduled for Wednesday, May 26th against Jonesport have been cancelled and will not be rescheduled.
about 3 years ago, Sarah Grant
Cancelled
Mrs. Dow’s 7th and 8th grade science classes are participating in an Egg Drop Lab. Today was the building day and tomorrow they will drop them to see how successful they were. They also will be calculating the speed of their drop.
about 3 years ago, Sue Dow
building
building
fun
building
7th and 8th grade math students have been learning about Translations, Reflections, and Rotations
about 3 years ago, Sue Dow
math
fun math
There will be an 8th Grade Parent Meeting tonight, May 20th at 6:30. To join copy and paste the link below. https://us04web.zoom.us/j/72620084177?pwd=KzR2ZlpqTmU2KzRvWnAvQ3hOL1Vqdz09
about 3 years ago, Sarah Grant
For those that have signed up, the Covid Vaccine Clinic at NJSHS will start at 9am tomorrow (May 21, 2021).
about 3 years ago, Sarah Grant
Clinic
We have received a lot of interest in the Covid vaccine clinic tomorrow. We have a limited supply so if you wish to have your child vaccinated and have not informed the school, please do so. Consent forms need to be returned today 5/20. If you filled out our survey, your child is on the list but we need their consent forms in order to administer their shot. Please let the school know if you are no longer interested in your child receiving the vaccine so that we can offer it to someone else. Thank you all for your patience and assistance in making this happen for our students! If you have any questions, please call NJSHS.
about 3 years ago, Sarah Grant
The jr. high baseball and softball games scheduled for today have been rescheduled for tomorrow (May 19). Game time is 4:00. Tonight's (May 18th) high school baseball game at Mansfield Stadium will start at 7:00 (not 7:30). Tomorrow's (May 19th) high school softball game at Machias will start at 4:00 (not 4:30)
about 3 years ago, Sarah Grant
Sport Changes
Updated to include correct website address: Our student COVID vaccination clinics, in partnership with Northern Light Health, are scheduled for the mornings of Friday, May 21 and the second dose will be Friday, June 11th. It’s very important that the student be able to commit to both dates. If interested, please fill out both forms and return by this Thursday, May 20th so we can get them registered. There are two consent forms to fill out. Visit nhsknights.org to print out the forms. For any questions please contact Amanda Tozier at 598-5766 or atozier@msad37.org.
about 3 years ago, Sarah Grant
Vaccine
Mrs. Dow’s 8th grade science class with the help of Mr. Rinkle planted vegetable and flower seeds inside and watched them grow for the last couple of months. Friday they brought them outside to Mary’s Garden and replanted them.
about 3 years ago, Sue Dow
planting
planting
planting
planting
Mrs. Dow’s Grade 7 science class have been learning about electricity and had fun in a static electricity lab.
about 3 years ago, Sue Dow
static electricity  lab
lab
lab
lab
NWEA Testing will take place at NJSHS on May 18 & 20 for 7th, 8th and 11th grade. It will start at 8:06 AM and end sometime in the 3rd period. Students will take the test at home if remote or at school if present. Please make sure your child attends school on those days, gets a good night sleep and eats breakfast. This is the state mandated testing that we are required to do. If you have any questions, please call the school. 483-2746
about 3 years ago, Sarah Grant
Testing
NJSHS is considering holding a FREE COVID vaccine clinic. This would strictly be for convenience to any families who are interested in having their child vaccinated. Please visit our Facebook page or www.nhsknights.org to fill out the survey.
about 3 years ago, Sarah Grant
Tuesday, May 11, 2021 is an early release day.
about 3 years ago, Sarah Grant
Early Release Day
Congratulations to the following JMG Students for receiving awards for their work in the JMG State-Wide Career Development Conference. JMG Students compete against other Maine JMG Schools to showcase their skills in College and Career Readiness. 1st Place Photo Contest Winner-Lilly James 1st Place Mock Interview Winner-Ronald Williams 1st Place Resume Winner- Kaitlyn Chartrand 1st Place Resume Winner-Ronald Williams 1st Place Resume Winner-Summer Dinsmore (not pictured) 1st Place Resume Winner-Rianne Fraser (not pictured) Great job JMG Students!
about 3 years ago, Lisa Emerson
Ronald Williams
Lillian James
Kaitlyn Chartrand
New Mask Guidance 5-6-21 Due to changes in restrictions from the Governor, masks no longer need to be worn outside - If a 6 foot distance can be maintained between people. Both during school and after school, if 6 feet apart, students and adults do not need to wear their mask outside. If you go inside the building, onto a bus, in a dugout, or huddle up close to one another, the mask has to be put back on.
about 3 years ago, Sarah Grant
Mask