With Halloween approaching James M. Hills Teens Against Distracted Driving club wants to share some tips for safe driving on Halloween night. The most important thing to remember is to always be aware or your surroundings because you will encounter a lot of children. Also, you should you should keep an eye on the children you see because not all of them will look both ways and some may dart across the road unexpectedly. Lastly, please do not let your cellphone be a distraction as it could cost you or the people around you their lives.
The boys hockey team took a loss in their first away league game against Sussex on Sunday night at 7:45. They lost 10-4. The goals were scored by Sam Cormier, Matt Clark, Jantzen Brennan and Micheal Rutter. The boys will be playing again on Friday night at the LBA at 8 o’clock against Sussex again. Go out and support your tommies!
Saturday October 20th the Tommies boys football team played their final game of the season against Harrison Tremble Highschool. The boys fought a good and hard battle against Tremble but fell several points short in the end, the final score being 42-20. Tommies touchdowns were scored by Declan Doyle, Jayden McIntyre and Nathan Fanjoy, who also scored a two point conversion. The Tommie boys gave it their all and played hard the entire game.
A Tommies Nine-Nine Halloween Special was aired on the JMH announcements on Wednesday. The team chased down a costumed criminal who just so happened to be none other than Dr. Brawn, a major personality at James M. Hill who has his own show on the announcements. Dr. Brawn had answered his phone in class and refused to hang up on the client when asked to.
“And I would’ve gotten away with it too, if it weren’t for you meddling kids!” Brawn exclaimed after being unmasked.
As the Halloween Dance at James M. Hill Memorial High School approaches closer with each passing hour on Wednesday of October 24, 2018, the staff and students are coming up with several ideas for how to decorate the cafeteria. As a result, the staff and students will be holding a Pumpkin Carving contest at 1:40pm during Study Block. Each class will be working hard to 'spookify' their pumpkins, and the winner of the contest will be named shortly after the dance for best-designed pumpkin.
Policy 711 is the new food policy here at jmh. "This policy establishes the minumum requrements for creating a healthier school food environment. This policy affects foods that are sold offered or otherwise served." States the form. Healthier food environment refers to the consistency between the food and drink selection, in which students eat/drink.