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Posted: December 13, 2010

"A James M. Hill Christmas" featuring talent of staff and students of James M. Hill, will take place Tuesday, December 21st at 7:00 p.m. at the James M. Hill theatre. This promises to be an entertaining evening. Admission is $5 and all proceeds will go towards purchasing new instruments for the music department. Come out and support your fellow students and staff as we perform Christmas favorites from yesterday and today.

Posted: December 10, 2010

The JMH boys hockey team defeated Caraquet 8-5 on Thursday evening and improved their record to 1 win and 3 losses in league play this year.   Mason Gammon scored 4 times, Shane Dinan fired 3, and Devon McKenzie chipped in one goal for the Tommies.   Ransen Harris picked up the win in goal.   The Tommies will be travelling to Dalhousie this Saturday evening for a 7PM start against the AQV Cyclones.  Boys are reminded that we will be leaving from the school at 3:45PM.

Posted: December 8, 2010

All district staff, students, parents and guardians, as well as the general public, are invited to a Showcase of Word and Song at James M Hill Memorial High School between the hours of 4:00 PM and 7:00 PM, on Wednesday, December 8th, 2010. Join us at James M Hill Memorial High School for a relaxing informal Christmas celebration of student performances, art displays, listening to musical performances or listening to stories read for children and enjoying seasonal nutritional refreshment. Donations of non-perishable food items will be gratefully accepted to support our local food banks.

Posted: December 6, 2010

Just a reminder to all sutdents and staff about our annual miss-ter JMH event Tuesday, Dec. 7 at 7:00pm to raise money for SOPAR.  You don't want to miss out on seeing some of our male students at their finest.  Bring a friend and come out for a great night of laughs and your $10 goes a long way to help support an excellent cause.

Posted: December 3, 2010

The boys hockey team lost their opening game of the Green & Gold tournament 4-3 to Shippagan in a hard fought battle last evening at the LBA. Shane Dinan, Kevin Losier and Eric Hannah provided the offense for the Tommies, each scoring once.The Tommies will take on Tantramar tonight at 9PM in their second game of the tournament. They also play Saturday at 5PM against Hampton. We encourage everyone to come out and show their support!

Posted: December 1, 2010

The JMH Tommies kicked off their season with a strong showing at the 2010 Pizza Delight Fall Classic hosted by the MVHS Pulamoo. The boys finished round robin play with a record of 1-1-1, advancing to the cross-over’s on Sunday morning where they lost to the eventual champions from Leo Hayes 5-2. Since then, the Tommies have dropped three consecutive northern conference league games and are looking to get back on track when they host the 26th Annual Green and Gold Cup (Dec 2nd-5th).

Posted: December 1, 2010

The boys hockey team will be hosting the 26th annual Green & Gold Cup this weekend. Action begins on Thursday evening at the LBA and finishes up on Sunday. The full schedule is attached.

Posted: November 28, 2010

The fifth cycle of study block starts Monday Nov 29 and runs to Dec 17.  Check the student room assignments posted by the library, the office, and on the JMH website.  If your name is not there go to room 564 during study block.  Study Block Student Room Assignments for Nov. 29 - Dec 17, 2010

Posted: November 24, 2010

On Thursday, November 25th James M Hill is hosting the State of the Children and Youth Address 2010, and students from JMH are facilitating sessions, attending workshops and the address, as well as preparing and serving a meal for the speaker, Bernard Richard, and his staff. Richard is the provincial Ombudsman/Child and Youth Advocate.The annual State of our Children and Youth address provides insight into the well-being of the province’s children and youth, particularly with regard to key indicators such as health, education and social conditions.

Posted: November 23, 2010

Did you know that according to studies conducted by health Canada as recently as 2007, students who have breakfast regularly have improved memory, problem-solving skills, and creative abilities? And yet, only 42% of students in New Brunswick eat breakfast every day of the week, while 26% eat breakfast only twice a week or less. At our school alone, 44% of students admit to only eating breakfast two, or fewer times per week! In order to start your day off the right way, be sure to stop by the Culinary Tech. Lab any day of the week between 8:00-8:20 for a free, nutritional breakfast.

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