On Wednesday, November 2, 2011 grade nine students across Canada will spend the day at work, job shadowing a partent, relative, friend, or volunteer host. Please visit the following website to find out more information about the program. http://www.thelearningpartnership.ca
The JMH math department now brings you a problem of the week. You can access it by using the MPOW tab on the top of this page, by clicking the following link: http://jmh.nbed.nb.ca/other/math..., see a math teacher, or find them posted in the math hallway. New problems are posted every Friday and your solution is due by the following Thursday. As Mrs. McIntyre would say "JMH Y's math!"
The JMH fall magazine campaign has started! We encourage all students to sell at least one magazine subscription, which not only helps fund activities here at school, but can put cash in YOUR pocket. Monetary prizes are available for top sellers. Also, anyone who sells even one magazine is eligible for a draw for cash $$$$. Your buyers can even order online using the school code, 5111, saving you paperwork! If you didn't get a catalogue or need more information please see Mrs. Ryder or Alex Loggie. Note that all orders must be in by October 24.
The AARAO Career Expo will be held at JMH on October 12th from 1:00 - 3:15 for all grade 11 and 12 students.On the evening of October 12th from 7:00 pm to 8:30 pm all high school students and their parents are invited to attend the AARAO Career Expo at the Miramichi Valley High School gym. Over 40 universities, colleges, and private schools from the Atlantic Provinces will be there with information and to answer any of your questions and concerns.
Hey Girls! Do you want to win an Ipad? Here is your chance - Have you ever thought about a career in the skilled trades and technologies? Would you like to meet inspiring women from your community who have found exciting and rewarding careers in a field they love?
Grade 9 students at James M. Hill High School will be receiving Netbooks next week to not only to use in school, but to also take home. The target date for passing out the Netbooks is Monday, October 3. The Grade 9 students are the benefactors of JMH having been selected as one of only three District 16 schools to be part of a provincial Department of Education “Demonstration School” pilot project. The other two District 16 schools are Blackville and Eleanor W. Graham School in Rexton.
Since 2009 Mr. Theriault’s World Issues class have been working closely with a Montreal based organization called Sopar. Through Sopar, school’s or classrooms can raise money, learn about the needs/lack of water in other areas of the world (in this case India) and build wells, furnish classrooms, and sponsor students.
TAPThis Friday, Sept. 23, 2011, marks the start of the Teacher Advisor Program (TAP) at JMH. TAP was implemented last year and is in place so that every student has a teacher they can go to throughout the year for guidance and direction for any situation that may arise. TAP takes place in period 5 on the last day of every study block cycle. On that day students go to the same teacher for the entire school year, and when possible their entire four years at JMH.
Please note the dance starts at 8pm and concludes at 11pm.A reminder to all students that the dance is at its best when you are at your best. All school policies and expectations apply to dances (as well as at all extra-curricular activities).Have Fun!
Way to go, Tommies! Our Women's Varsity Soccer squad raised $177 for the Terry Fox Foundation, and participated in the 31st Annual Terry Fox Run on Sunday, September 18. You can see pictures from this event by clicking on The following link http://jmh.nbed.nb.ca/sport/gallery/terry-fox-run-september-18-2011 Our team is hosting ESN on Tuesday, September 20 at 5:00 pm for the first league game of the season. Come out and support your Tommies!