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Wednesday, March 4, 2015


Environmental Awareness Month - Did you know?  Every ton of paper that is recycled saves 17 trees, 2 barrels of oil, 4,100 kilowatts of energy, 3.2 cubic yards of landfill space and 60 pounds of air pollution.


Attention 7th Graders- The announcement for P.R.Y.D.E. camp was made a month ago, and the last opportunity for applications is now.  What is PRYDE?  It is the Personal Rotary Youth Development Experience.  It is an amazing overnight camp in the Big Bear mountains for 7th graders from all over Riverside County.  Rotary International teaches leadership and coping skills through fun activities.  While making friends with other students, you will also do a community project.  Games and challenges await.  See Mrs. Graham in room 404, for the application, and get it turned in by Friday, March 6th.  Rotary is paying for all registrations.


National School Breakfast Week - Eating a nutritious breakfast helps you achieve success in the classroom and beyond.  Stop by the cafeteria all this week to celebrate National School Breakfast Week.  Tomorrow will be Jersey Day wear your favorite jersey.


Attention 8th Grade Students - If you are planning on attending Shadow Hills High School or thinking about going there, you will want to attend Future Freshmen Night tonight @ 6:30pm in the Shadow Hills High School Multi-Purpose Room.

Congratulations - JGMS dancers did an outstanding job performing at the Riverside County Date Festival and again at the Rock The House Fundraiser at PDCMS the last two weekends consecutively. There were 175 dancers and 65 dance numbers. The dancers were just spectacular! Put their Dance Concert on your list of things to do on Friday, May 29th!!  There will be more to come on this exciting event!!


Movie of the Week - Movie of the Week “Ice Age” continues during lunch today in room 402.  The movie begins promptly at 12:10pm; we look forward to seeing you then.

 Attention Redhawks - It’s testing Snacks Time! Standardized testing is just around the corner.  In an effort to provide a snack to each student during testing we need your help. We need every student to bring a box of 10 juice pouches and your choice of granola bars (no peanut butter please), fruit snacks, or Rice Krispie Treats. For each item you bring, you will be given a raffle ticket for a chance to win a prize.


Playing areas - Attention Redhawks, please remember that playing areas are on the blacktop and the field.  Balls will be taken away if used in the amphitheater area or front of the school. 


Our Character Word of the Month is Perseverance and the IB LearnerProfile Focus is Knowledgeable.


Our Academic Language Words of the Week are Compose and Criticize.


YES to cell phones & electronic devices during lunch

So with that, Redhawks, remember we are Ready, Respectful, and Reach out from the time we enter school to the time we return to school.


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Thank You JGMS ASB! Winter Ball Was Awesome!



The 10th annual JGMS Fashion show was another Redhawk success! Thanks to Dr. Salehi, Mrs. Wiltrout, Mrs. Stephenson, Mrs. Jue (Art Teacher/Director) and the JGMS Advanced Art students!


Red E. Redhawk With The New JGMS Banners!

Thank You Dr. Salehi!




JGMS school-based father involvement program that works to support  

education and safety. Watch D.O.G.S. are fathers, grandfathers, uncles

and other father-figures who volunteer at JGMS. Thanks Watch D.O.G.S.!





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School Hours: 7:30 a.m. - 2:04 p.m. Tuesday Dismissal: 12:14 p.m.

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Due to our focus on school wide safety, students must wear their ID lanyard at all times, while on school grounds. Every student is given a JGMS ID card and lanyard. Replacement cost for ID & lanyard is $10.00 and can be purchased in the front office. Students must only use a school issued lanyard. Students must not put stickers or other objects on their ID card or lanyard. Students must not deface their ID card or lanyard in any way. Personal lanyards are not acceptable.

Not wearing IDs on campus is considered defiance and is subject to discipline.

1st Offense: Lunch Detention*

2nd Offense: 3 Lunch Detentions

3rd Offense: Saturday School

4 or More: Saturday School or Suspension, at the discretion of the administration

*If school ID and lanyard are brought in prior to lunch detention on the first offense, lunch detention will be waived for that day only.



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