Next Tuesday, September 23 from 1:00-3:15 Colleges and Universities will be here to talk to our students about their future plans etc. They will set up in the lobby and cafeteria. We will start with the Grade 12's from 1:00-2:10. Grade 11 from 2:10-2:45, and Grade 10 from 2:45-3:15. We would ask that teachers accompany thier classes if possible during these times.

The JMH staff will be at the school on Tuesday Sept. 23 from 6 - 7:30 pm to provide course specific information for parents and guardians.  Parents and guardians are asked to meet in the JMH theatre upon arrival for grade specific information provided by members of the JMH staff..  PSSC elections will also take place that evening.  This event and more can be viewed on the JMH calendar - check back frequently for updates as the semester progresses: 2014-2015 JMH Calendar 

Student pictures will take place Thursday, Sept. 11 throughout the day.

The following file summarizes important dates and holidays for ASD-N schools.  Dates and times of JMH centric activities will be updated on this homepage (see the calendar on the right).


Dear Parents/Guardians, 

 This is to inform you of the upcoming Immunization Campaign targeting Grade 9 students for the school year 2014-2015.

  • All grade 9 students are eligible for a vaccine against meningococcal infection. This vaccine offers protection against four types of meningococcal disease: A, C, Y and W-135. 
  • You will be receive a pamphlet shortly that will include the consent form for your child.
  • Please complete both sections of the consent forms and return to your child’s homeroom teacher by Thursday September 11, 2014.
  • The immunization clinic will be held at James M. Hill on September 29, 2014.

Vaccines will not be provided without parental signature on the immunization consent form.

Dear Parents /Guardians,

As you are aware, the safety of your children, our students, is of the utmost importance to us and this includes safe transportation to and from school.  The amount of requests schools receive to place students on different school busses is a great concern. This becomes difficult for administration to monitor as large numbers of alternate bus passes are being issued. Young students are often unsure where they are supposed to go and many may be unfamiliar to bus drivers.

You have already provided the school with one alternate bus stop and we are able to accommodate this. School administration has been directed to issue additional alternate bus passes for emergency purposes only. On the rare occasion that this may arise, please make contact with the school by telephone. It is important to speak to someone and not to leave a voice message in case it is not picked up prior to departure.

I would like to thank you for your co-operation as we continue to provide safe transportation for your children.


Beth Stymiest-Superintendent