On Thursday, September 22nd we are hosting our first Connections Night from 7:00pm to 8:00pm; this is replacing the typical curriculum night that has traditionally been a part of the start of the school year. In changing our approach, we wanted to make the evening less formal and still allow for you to meet and greet with teachers and staff.
As you maneuver around the building, you will see all of our teachers in black legacy t-shirts for easy identification. MDJH is 50 years old and this year is our legacy year.
Please review your child’s PowerSchool schedule ahead of time so you will know which teachers you are looking to meet.
Please take note that this is not a curriculum night – there will be no discussion related to curriculum or children’s needs at this time with teachers. Our teachers are available through email if you wish to discuss anything personal. You will meet a magnificent team of teachers. We are very grateful and blessed to have the expertise that we do here at MDJH. Chat with them and get to know them – after all, learning is a community partnership at MDJH.
You are able to pick up a map upon entry when you see our admin table! We have highlighted the class numbers on the map for easy viewing.
- English – hallway around Room 215
- Science – Lab areas Rooms 122-124
- Math – hallway around Room 205
- Socials – Rooms 210, 211 and 212
- French – 221-223
- IRT- First Floor Conference room
- Guidance – Rooms 105 & 106
- Music – Rooms 117-118
- Phys. Ed. – Gym
- Technology Education – Room 119
- Home Ec. – Room 120
- Art – Room 227
- PASS – Room 201
- LEARN – Room 109A
On Thursday, think about bringing along some items for our breakfast club to support our learners. These items need to be peanut free – such as crackers, goldfish, cheese and crackers, granola bars, cereal bars, cereal. Or a monetary donation. Also, we are still looking for parent volunteers to help us out daily from 7:45am – 8:05am. If you are interested, contact Ms. Jennifer Riggs at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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