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  • 4-5 Weekly Message

    Good evening, Clipper families. This is Principal Savage with your weekly message. The JMB SGA is happy to announce the arrival of Homecoming 2020: Better Late Than Never! Taking place all this week. Even though we are not able to host a dance, we will still be voting for a Homecoming Court. Nominations are open now in each "Class of" Google Classroom to nominate an academically eligible student to the Homecoming Court. Voting for the homecoming court will take place on

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  • Homecoming 2020: Better Late Than Never! from April 4th - 10th, 2021.

    The JMB SGA is happy to announce the arrival of Homecoming 2020: Better Late Than Never! from April 4th - 10th, 2021. Even though we are not able to host a dance, we will still be voting for a Homecoming Court. Nominations are open now in each "Class of" Google Classroom to nominate an academically eligible student to the Homecoming Court. Voting will take place on Wednesday 4/7 and Thursday 4/8 in each "Class of" Google Classroom. The winning male and female freshman, sophomore, and junior, plus the top 3 seniors,

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  • 3/28 Parent Message

    It's an exciting time here at JMB as scheduling season has arrived. The process started this week when students participated in Stop Drop and Schedule and will continue over the course of the next couple of months. Counselors will begin to meet with all rising seniors and dual enrollment students first. It's important that Dual Enrollment students

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  • 4 Day Hybrid Schedule beginning 3/29

    This is a special message for you as of Monday, March 29, 2021, your student will have the opportunity to begin attending 4 days per. We are able can make this change due to updated guidance from the CDC and are now using 3 feet of social distancing in classrooms instead of 6 feet. This updated guidance

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  • Senior Message 3-19

    As you have heard the county is looking into a more traditional graduation ceremony in an outdoor setting. As information about the location becomes available, I will be sure to share. As we approach April and continue to be required to practice physical distancing, it does not support us holding a dance. Since a tradition prom with current restrictions is not an option, the senior class advisor, senior officers, and county HS principals have been and will continue to look at various options

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  • Superintendent's Update on In-Person Instruction - 3/22/2021

    As you may have heard, last Friday the CDC issued new guidance for schools that allows for physical distancing of 3 feet between students rather than the previous recommendation of 6 feet. While there are still some details to be sorted out, we’re pleased that this new guidance gives our schools the flexibility to have more students in classrooms starting almost immediately. We believe we can now safely and consistently serve

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  • Picture Day: April 6th and 8th

    Students will have the opportunity to get their school pictures taken on April 6th for students attending Monday and Tuesday and April 8th for students attending Thursday and Friday. Students who are virtual will be able to sign up for pictures on April 6th & 8th from 2-5.

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  • Parent Message 3-19

    As you may already know, on Friday the CDC updated its physical distancing guidelines for children in schools from 6 feet to 3 feet in most situations. We are awaiting the exact details of this guidance - including how these new guidelines impact classrooms, hallways, cafeterias, buses, and other areas - please know that Wicomico County Public Schools will share more information next week on how this will work for our students and staff. Until then we will stay the course, and our school will continue to work with families that wish to have their student engaged in hybrid instruction. As we look toward

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  • Parent message 3-14

    Good evening, Clipper families. This is Principal Savage with your weekly message. Beginning Monday, March 15, 2021 Wicomico County Public Schools will begin offering drive up COVID-19 testing as an additional resource at the Northgate location outside of the Student and Family Services entrance area. Students and staff who exhibit

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  • Sports: Watch JMB Football Live 3/13/21

    Tomorrow, those of you who signed up to receive tickets will be asked to show identification when you arrive to enter the Shipyard. Once in the Shipyard we will be utilizing both sides of the field for seating to ensure social distancing. Families of Seniors will sit on the traditional home side of the stadium, other families will be

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  • Parent Message 3-7

    Good evening, Clipper families. This is Principal Savage with your weekly message. If you are the parent or guardian of a student athlete, you should have received information from your student’s coach regarding tickets for home games. You will be given 4 tickets as a season pass assigned to 4 specific people. We understand this may not be enough tickets for everyone that would like to attend, so we are creating a Facebook and YouTube page where you can watch home games after their completion. The Facebook link is

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  • Parent Message 2-28

    Can you believe today is the last day of February? With the pandemic sometimes I am not sure if time is moving slow or fast. Right now, it feels FAST. Some of our major events this year are virtual such as the PTSA’s Rock and Roll Revival as well as the county’s musical. This year any student in Wicomico County can audition. Check out the attached flyer for more information as I would love to

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  • 2-21 Parent Message

    Thank for those of you who participated in our parent teacher conferences last Thursday. Our next parent teacher conferences are scheduled for April 15th from 5-7. I had the opportunity to meet with the PTSA executive board during that time. Some of those who serve on the PTSA executive board have

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  • Parent Message 2-17

    First, happy Valentine’s Day! It is official Tuesday we begin a hybrid model of school with some students in person and some students virtual. As with any change I am sure there will be a few bumps along the way. Let’s continue to encourage the students and the teachers as they engage one another in this new educational setting. Just a reminder that we will have virtual/parent teacher conference

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  • Parent Message 2-7

    Well, it is official we have finished one semester and have moved into the second half of the school year. If you have not reviewed your child’s report card, please take time to review grades with your student. report cards.JPG With the 2nd semester underway students will

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  • JMB Bus Serving List

    BUSES SERVING J. M. BENNETT HIGH SCHOOL 2020-2021

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  • Fall Sports Update

    Good afternoon JMB families! This is Keith Bailey, Assistant Principal of Athletics, calling with exciting news regarding the upcoming fall and spring sports seasons. Bayside athletics are a go, so please reach out to your coaches to let them know you are interested. Information is still coming

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  • Class of 2021 Parent Meeting

    Senior Parent Meeting James M. Bennett High School WHEN AND WHERE DATE: FEBRUARY 10TH, 2021 WHEN: 5:30PM - 6:30PM HTTPS://WCBOE-ORG.ZOOM.US/J/87968315197?PWD=TJRCWK9YYLQ5CEJZADI0EGW1MW5EUT09 CLASS OF2021

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  • Parent Message 1-31

    As we begin this week teachers will have professional development tomorrow to prepare for our hybrid return on the 16th. The 16th will bring a new type of classroom set up with some students in the classroom and some students on zoom. There will be no meal service on tomorrow since it is not a school day for students. On Tuesday students

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  • Parent Message 1-24

    As you may be aware our return to the building has been pushed back two weeks and instead of starting on the 2nd for in person learning we are now starting in person on the 16th. Only those students who have notified us and complete the COVID-19 waiver will be allowed to start on the 16th all other students will remain virtual. If you have not completed the COVID-19 waiver

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