To believe, inspire, and ensure success for all.
Camaraderie: Mutual trust and respect among staff and students.
Collaboration: Work together to be highly effective and efficient.
Inspiration: Be mentally stimulated and creative.
Innovation: Encourage new ideas and persevere.
Continuous Improvement: Always look for ways to improve all aspects of what we do.
Passionate: Committed in heart and mind.
To become a school where students feel safe, inspired, and challenged academically at such a high level that other schools are empowered by what we do.
2022 8th Grade Graduation will be held on May 12th at 7pm at Massac County High School
The doors will open for seating at 6pm. More details will be provided at a later time.
8th Grade Parent Meeting - February 8th @5:30
We will have our first 8th grade parent meeting to discuss graduation fundraising. Mrs. Hayes will lead the first meeting and help establish a group of parent leaders that will continue to meet and plan the fundraising activities. Emails will be shared out by Mrs. Hayes to all 8th grade parents after each meeting with information from the meeting.
All 8th grade parents and students should join the 8th grade graduation remind group by texting @2022grad8 to 81010
MJHS Volleyball Tryouts
7th Grade Volleyball tryouts will be Wednesday, January 19 from 3:15-5:30
8th Grade Volleyball tryouts will be Thursday, January 20 from 3:15 - 5:30
Any girl interested can pick up a tryout information sheet in Mr. Miller's room during homeroom.
District Spelling Bee Winners
We held our 3rd annual district spelling bee at MJHS on Tuesday, December 14th at 6pm. It was once again sponsored by MJHS Beta Club. Thank you to our Beta Club sponsors, Luke Caporale and Rachel Bailey for making this event possible. We would also like to thank Susan Sullivan and Crystal Russell for their assistance and making this night a success. Thank you to the teachers throughout the district for preparing participants to represent their school. What an accomplishment it is for each of these students to make it this far and to bravely represent their school. We are so proud of all the participants!
This year's GRAND CHAMPION was a 4th grade student from Jefferson Elementary, Anniston Bremer.
Pictured from left to right are the winners by grade level.
4th Grade Winner: Anniston Bremer, Jefferson Elementary
5th Grade Winner: Hopelyn Albany, Brookport Elementary
6th Grade Winner: Karigan Smith, Franklin Elementary
7th/8th Winner: Olive Pfister, MJHS
Gingerbread House Competition
1st Place - Coperor House
2nd Place - Amicita House
3rd Place - Acer House
4th Place - Addo House
5th Place - Castigo House
6th Place - Innovo House
Join the MJHS Remind Group
Text: @massacj to 81010.
All students are required to stay until 2:55pm on these meeting dates. Students will only be allowed to leave early on these dates if a parent comes to the office and signs them out.
Each house represents one of our core values.
We have 6 houses at MJHS. Students are randomly sorted into a house. We hope to use the house system to build a better sense of community at MJHS. Students will work with their house members throughout the year to help support each other, our school and our community. We will have house meetings 2 days a month and students are required to attend these meetings. They are held during homeroom time from 2:33-2:55.
What is Homeroom?
Please click one of the links below for information about our HOMEROOM/RTI period at the end of the day from 2:33 - 2:55. Both of these links will take you to letters that went home with parents at registration in August.
For the current homeroom list click here.
TEXT the Principal!
If you would like to communicate with the principal regarding bullying at MJHS, just text from any phone to firstname.lastname@example.org. The principal will NOT know who you are unless you state your name. You can remain anonymous!