Misster JMH was a great success on Wednesday night; we received a great turn out from our staff and students, thanks for coming out to see your high school students dress up like girls. We would like to remind you that this event was brought to you by Mr. Theriault’s World Issues class, and the money earned will be donated to the SOPAR organization.
There will be a Parent Information Evening on Tuesday March 30th from 6:30-7:30 concerning course selections for the 2010-2011 school year.
There will be a few brief comments made in the theatre first , then teachers will be available to speak with parents about courses that students are considering for next year. The teachers will be available in the entrance of the school, outside the library and student lounge areas to answer questions.
On Sunday April 11th, there will be an art display and sale featuring the works of local artists including students of Bob Foster's past and present from 1-4 at NBCC.
Donations will be accepted at the door and all proceeds will go to the family of Bob Foster to assist with travel and medical costs. Please come and help us celebrate the wonderful artistic talent in our area, then enjoy some refreshments and help us honor Bob.
This event will be hosted by the students of Youth Care Worker Year One. Bob's Daughter Kristen is a Youth Care Worker One student at NBCC Miramichi
Miss-ter JMHOn Wednesday, March 31, James M. Hill’s finest young ladies will take the stage at our annual “Miss-ter JMH” pageant. They are not your typical glamorous contestants, but fifteen grade twelve boys that will be getting in touch with their feminine side. They will participate in an evening gown portion, and interview with our panel of judges, and perform a special talent, all with hopes of being crowned “Miss-ter JMH 2010.”
The Blood donor clinic and the collection of non-perishable food items for the food bank were great successes from this past week at James M. Hill high school. We received a great turnout from all staff and students and we would like to extend our thanks to those who participated. We would also like to thank Mrs. Tucker for making the blood donor clinic possible and acknowledge the work of the staff throughout the week for their collection of food for the food drive.
Grad Clothing will be sold from March 22nd to April 1st. The clothing available consists of regular and two-tone hoodies, t-shirts, baseball shirts, Full zip hoodies, hospital scrubs, and shorts. Order forms will be available on Monday, March 22nd. You may get them at the office or from Mrs. McIntyre. All orders must be paid in full at the time of ordering. Please make cheques out to James M. Hill.
Orders will be taken starting Tuesday, March 23rd in the main lobby where sample sizes will be available.
The James M Hill Girls Hockey team finished their regular season this weekend with a 1-1 tie vs Campbellton. The team finished in fourth place in the 11 team league, only three points out of first place.
The girls will start their play-offs on Wednesday evening here at home and are looking for a long run! Please come out and support your team!
The JMH boys hockey team lost 6-3 to the PLM Acadiens Saturday evening in game #3 of their first round playoff series. Devon McKenzie, Jesse Sippley and Shane Dinan scored one each for the Tommies. On Sunday afternoon the boys battled hard but came up just short as they fell 5-4 in game #4. The loss puts an end to the JMH season as Caraquet will move on to face Bathurst High in round #2 Devon McKenzie paced the Tommie attack with two goals, while Dylan O'Reilly and Zach McCarthy scored one each. The coaching staff would like to thank the boys for an exciting season. Lastly, Mr.
The JMH boys hockey team lost 6-3 to the PLM Acadiens Saturday evening in game #3 of their first round playoff series. Devon McKenzie, Jesse Sippley and Shane Dinan scored one each for the Tommies. Pierre Luc Hebert led the Caraquet attack with three goals, while singles came off the sticks of Patrick Blanchard, Hugo Blanchard and Samuel Doiron. Olivier Theriault picked up the win in goal and played a strong game, while Tyler McKay suffered the loss. Period scores were 3-0 (PLM) after the first, 4-2 (PLM) after two, and 6-3 (PLM) final. Game #4 is scheduled to start at 2:00pm on Sunday Februa