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  • Upcoming Holiday Concerts

    The James M. Bennett High Marching Band and Color Guard will perform at the annual Salisbury Christmas Parade, held on Sunday, Dec. 8 at 2 pm. Their parade song is Sounds of Christmas, and it is a medley of Good King Wenceslas and O Come, All Ye Faithful. Representatives of the James M. Bennett High Rock & Roll Revival will take a walk on the

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  • UMES on-site admissions

    UMES will hold on-site admissions here at JMB on Tuesday, December 10th from 8:30 - 10:00am. Applications must be submitted by Monday, December 9th to be considered. Any questions, see your guidance counselor.

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  • Nominate a teacher for Teacher of the Year

    Celebrate a great teacher with a nomination for Wicomico Teacher of the Year! Nominations will be taken Nov. 20 through Dec. 13 for 2020-2021 Wicomico Teacher of the Year. Anyone in the community may seek recognition for an educator quickly and easily using the online nomination form at https://tinyurl.com/TOYWCBOE2020. That page can also be accessed through the home page of Wicomico Schools (www.wcboe.org), under Quick Links.

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  • Parent Message 11-24

    This is a short week as we get ready for Thanksgiving Break. This parent message is for this week and the week return. In other words, this is the last parent message for November and the next message will be on December 8th. It’s hard to believe that December is just around the corner. Our hallways looked better

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  • Parent Message 11-17

    As the 2nd term gets underway, JMB staff and admin remain committed to making our school a safe place focused on learning. We consider students who continue to be in the hallway during instruction time a safety issue and as a result, consequences will be given according to the code of conduct. A few things that you can do as a parent or guardian to help: If your child has travel in the morning they

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  • Parent Message 11-10

    Report cards will go home with students on Tuesday. Please take time to talk with your student about their academic performance during the first term. This is a good time to reflect with them and set second term goals. High school students still need support and guidance from parents and guardians to help them stay motivated and on track. As we enter the 2nd term our attendance

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  • Maryland Community College Promise Scholarship Information Night

    Wor Wic Community college will host the Maryland Community College Promise Scholarship Information Night on Wednesday November 13th at 6:00pm.

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  • 11-3 Parent Message

    This week students and staff will have a four-day week as there will be no school on the 8th. Though it will be a short school week there will be a lot going on. Our Volleyball team will start playoff games here at home on Monday at 5. Unified

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  • JMB Drama Club Presents Bad Auditions By Bad Actors

    JMB Drama Club Presents Bad Auditions By Bad Actors on Friday Nov 8th & Saturday Nov 9th at 7:00pm (Doors 6:30 pm) and on Sunday Nov 10th at 2:00pm (Doors 1:30pm) The cost is $5 at the door. Newbie director Carol has one day to find

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  • Parent Message 10-27

    Homecoming week was a huge success and I think the students had good time making memories. A special shout out to Mr. Davis, our SGA Advisor and the SGA students who organized the entire Homecoming week. Thank you also to all the staff and parents who volunteered to help ensure students had a safe and enjoyable time. It took a lot of time and effort, but it was all worth it to see students smiling and having fun. Our band had their

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  • Homecoming Volunteers and Winter Sports

    Note: An earlier version of this message incorrectly listed the dance date as Friday. The Glo-Co, the homecoming dance, is Saturday, October 26th, from 7:30 - 10:30pm here at JMB. This is Principal Savage with a special message about the homecoming dance and winter sports. We have about 700 students

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  • Parent Message 10-20

    Homecoming week has arrived. We are excited for all the events that will lead up to the game and the dance. Throughout this week we will have spirit week. Maryland Monday Tiktok Tuesday Tropical Wednesday Throwback Thursday Friday Class Colors

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  • Parent Message 10-13

    In last Sunday’s parent message, I started off by saying that we sure do seem to have some busy weeks here at JMB and then we have this past week. A week that was filled with its own emotion and business. I believe that

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  • Parent Message 10-6

    If you didn’t make it to the game on Friday night, you missed a great evening. The fall weather, football and cheering on our team. Though our team did not win, I am proud of their effort and all the fans that came out. Some Parkside parents shared with me how well our fans did and how LOUD they could cheer.

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  • Parent Message 9-29

    Our Bleacher Creatures came out in full force to two home games this week. It is great to see the school spirit coming alive in our students. We are encouraging students to cheer on our athletes in a positive way and not make personal or negative remarks toward the other team. At the first event

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  • 9-22 Parent Message

    Tonight’s message will focus around the county’s new attendance policy and where we stand as a school. However, just a few reminders before we get into attendance. The ASVAB is scheduled to be given here on October 8th at 8:00. Student in grades eleven and twelve are eligible and need to sign-up in the Guidance Office.

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  • MPT’s annual Ways to Pay for College

    Maryland Public Television (MPT) continues its tradition of providing viewers valuable insights into successfully navigating the college selection and financial aid process with Ways to Pay for College, a live, one-hour special airing Thursday, September 26 at 7 p.m. on MPT-HD. A live stream of the program will also be available at mpt.org/college and remain there after the broadcast

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  • 9-15 message

    As we start the third week of school lateness to school and class will be tracked. Please encourage your student to get to school and to class on time. For those of you dropping off your student in the morning, please try to get them dropped off by 7:35. Students need

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  • PSAT Registration for 9th and 11th graders

    The Preliminary SAT/ National Merit Scholarship Qualifying Test (PSAT/NMSQT) will be administered at James M. Bennett High school on Wednesday, October 16th. All 10th grade students take the test free of charge. 10th grade students are automatically signed up to take the assessment and will be provided information about their testing room assignment in the beginning of October. Any 9th or 11th grade students

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  • College Information Night: Wednesday, September 25th

    Wicomico County Public Schools is sponsoring a College Information Night for students in the Class of 2020 on Wednesday, September 25th, 2019 from 6:30 p.m. -8:30 p.m. in the auditorium at James M. Bennett High School. Parents are welcome to attend. Information will be shared about

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