Mrs. Lamer has been teaching our students how to code using Indi cars. Mrs. Beutttel's class created their own Indi car to use!
Today is World Kindness Day, a global day dedicated to promoting the importance of being kind to others, to yourself, and to the world. It is a day to remind ourselves that kindness is powerful and that even the smallest acts of kindness can make a big difference.
JCHS wanted to thank our families for coming to Parent Teacher Conferences. We wanted to announce the following winners of our prize giveaways in the order they were drawn and we will be reaching out to them to determine their choice of prizes. Congratulations to Nikki Benner, Heather Amburg, Sarah Collins, Beth Johnson, Susie Hanson, Danielle Kanallakan, Amanda Klaas, Kim Roberts, James Maag, Raymond Hasty, and Amanda James.
Happy World Kindness Day! Today, let's spread love, compassion, and positivity like confetti! Small acts of kindness can make a BIG difference. Together, we can make the world a better place. #WorldKindnessDay #GoJerseyPanthers #WhereKidsComeFirst
Jersey 100 is deeply grateful for the sacrifices made by our Veterans. Your dedication and unwavering service to our country are truly appreciated. We thank you for your bravery and commitment! #VeteransDay #ThankYouVeterans
Mrs. Kuebrich's and Mrs. Klunk's morning classes made a handprint flag card for their bus driver, "Mr. Bob" Kuebrich to thank him for his service to our country.
Mrs. M. Heitzig and Mrs. Green's students were able to google meet with Chief Warrant Officer Aaron Wunderlin stationed at Fort Bliss in El Paso Texas. Aaron is a Chinook pilot and just returned home from his tour in Powidz, Poland. The students got to see the inside of a Chinook and learn some of the ways they use the helicopter. The students asked questions and thanked Aaron for his service.
Mrs. Eickoff's husband, CW5 Eickoff came to Ms. Anderson's room dressed in his Army uniform to talk and show the students what an MRE is--Meal Ready to Eat! We are thankful for Mrs. Eickoff and CW5 Eickoff for his service and the many many deployments.
Sophomore Matthew Weitzel volunteered to take on the task of updating the Wall of Honor displayed in the JCHS main lobby. Thank you for being so helpful, Matthew.
Jersey Community Middle School 2023-2024 First Quarter 5th Grade High Honor Roll/Honor Roll
Jersey Community Middle School 2023-2024 First Quarter 6th Grade High Honor Roll/Honor Roll
Jersey Community Middle School 2023-2024 First Quarter 7th Grade High Honor Roll/Honor Roll
JCHS hosted a heartfelt ceremony to honor the courageous individuals presently serving or who have served in the U.S. Armed Forces. This event has evolved into a cherished tradition in Jersey 100, and the outstanding efforts of JCHS students and staff were truly commendable. We extend our sincere gratitude to our guest keynote speaker, Dr. Lori Hopkins, and would like to acknowledge Dr. Jason Brunaugh, Mr. Brad Kimble, Ms. Margaret Bear, Mrs. Erin Bittles, as well as the dedicated staff and students at JCHS for their unwavering commitment to making this event a reality. Additionally, we wish to express our deep appreciation to all the Veterans and their families who joined us in celebrating this special occasion. It is our privilege to honor each and every one of you!
West Elementary would like to thank Delta Dental for presenting the importance of Dental Health for our Kindergarten and First Grade Students. They also donated a toothbrush and toothpaste to every student!
Mrs. Beauchamp's second-grade class had a great time at the Nature Institute last week! They did insect investigations to help them with their upcoming research reports, dissected an owl pellet, and had a wiener roast with s'mores!
Join us in honoring our Veterans at JCHS on Wednesday, November 8, 2023, at 9:00 A.M. in the Main Gym. We're proud to announce Dr. Lori Hopkins, a former United States Marine Corps Military Police Officer, as our esteemed keynote speaker. This special event is open to the public, so feel free to attend! If you can't make it in person, no worries – you can watch the live stream on NFHS. The stream is absolutely FREE, but you'll need an NFHS account to access it. Stream Link: https://www.nfhsnetwork.com/events/jersey-community-high-school-jerseyville-il/evt01df860064
On Halloween, the JCHS National Honor Society hosted a dress-up day and costume contest as part of their Trick-or-Treat for UNICEF project. Students and staff were encouraged to “Add some meaning to their Halloweening.” by donating at least $1. In addition, several NHS members also went door to door that night to trick-or-treat for spare change. All donations will help the United Nations Children’s Fund (UNICEF) respond to crises, deliver vaccines, and ensure education in 190 countries and territories. Winning costumes were chosen in the following categories: best group, best duo, funniest, most creative, and best look-a-like. In total, NHS raised over $400 in donations.
Ayden was caught going above and beyond helping Mrs. Galeana fold towels in his Foods & Nutrition Class. This a routine habit of Ayden's! 👏
Congratulations to the JCHS Choir Students who attended the ILMEA District IV Festival at WIU this past Saturday! District IV accepts 250 students for the Festival. Fourteen JCHS Choir students were selected after the audition process. We are so proud of your hard work and dedication!
Reminder that tonight is our Senior Parent Financial Aid and Scholarship meeting at 6:00 PM in the Auditorium at JCHS. We hope to see all of our Senior Parents tonight!