On Friday, October 27th, and Saturday, October 28th, the James M. Hill Interact and TADD (Teens Against Distracted Driving) clubs will be holding a haunted house at the school. Tickets will be sold at the door and will cost $3 for students (12 Years and up) and $5 for adults. The house will be open from 7pm to 10pm, and TADD will also be holding a canteen full of spooky snacks and treats.
The JMH Announcement team has launched their own Vimeo channel for announcements this. This will allow parents and students to view announcements on their mobile devices in HD. Everyday these videos will be posted to our Facebook page.
The Tommies prepared to go to war against reigning champs, St Stephen. Like always this was a full week of practice, and learning new defense plays as well as switching most of the Offense line, with Evan Stevens and Tanner Doyle alternating center, as well as Tanner going fullback. Jared Macdonald also played defense. This week, the Tommies get ready to go against Harbor View, this will make or break their play-off games. So hard work and determination will hopefully put them through.
This upcoming weekend on the river, the James M Hill Tommie’s host the Harbour View Vikings. This is a must win game to keep the playoff chance alive for the Tommie’s as they fell last week to the St. Stephens Spartans in a 49-0 game. It was a hard fought game as the Tommie’s held off the Spartans to no points in the first 12 minute of play. The Spartans then busted open the score with 3 touch downs in the second quarter making it a 21-0 game after 24 minutes of play.
On the last week of September the Tommie’s bays baseball team entered their zones tournament on Friday September 29th. They opened the tournament with a 12pm game at ironmen against Tracadie. Evan Savoy got the start on the mound he would go on to last 5 innings then brother Ryan would take the mound for the 6th just before the boys would 10 run rule mercy rule Tracadie 14-4. After a 2 hour break the boys would find themselves back on the field but now they had to face ESN.
The James M Hill boy’s football team traveled to Simmonds High last weekend to take on the Seabees in a David vs goliath match up for the upper hand on making playoffs. The boys started out strong, after letting just one touch down our tommie’s answered back right away with a huge touch down by Jared Macdonald in the end of the first quarter. Simmonds then rallied back putting up another touchdown in the second quarter making it a 14-6 game after the first half. The second half started off very strong for both teams.
The sole purpose of crosswalks are to mark a part of roads where pedestrians have the right of way to cross. They’re too keep residents safe when crossing very active streets in school zones. There are multiple new crosswalks that Miramichi placed around the city, and several crosswalks that Miramichi should place.
On Wednesday October 4, 2017, The TADD group and Interact group of James M Hill Memorial High School joined forces to fundraise money to help TADD (Teens Against Distracted Driving). Their efforts were to raise money for the setup, props, and decorations of a haunted house in the school. The haunted house will be taking place on October 27th and October 28th from 7:00-10:00, so come out if you dare to be scared.