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    • Jaguar Athletic Program Donates 167 Toys to KAM through Toy Drive!

      Our Jaguars athletic program recently held a Toy Drive at the NJMS vs. Four Oaks basketball game on Thursday, December 16th. All attendees were invited to donate a new, unwrapped toy to gain free admission into the game. We were able to donate 167 toys to Kenly Area Ministries, a local charity. Thank you to EVERYONE who helped contribute. These toys will be a blessing to many children in our community!

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    • NJMS Students Participate in FFA Livestock Judging Contest

      Four NJMS FFA members traveled to Raleigh on Wednesday, December 1st to compete in the North Carolina FFA Livestock Judging Contest. We would like to congratulate them as they placed 13th out of 82 teams! The team consisted of Kaylee Pittman, Peyton Ford, Sebastian Wheeler and Colby Johnson. Kaylee Pittman was the team's highest scoring individual, as she placed 30th out of 270 participants. Congratulations to these FFA members for their hard work and a job well done!

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    • NJMS National Junior Honor Society and FFA Chapters Conduct Food Drive

      On the week of November 15-19, our yearly food drive was conducted by our National Junior Honor Society and FFA chapters. Students were challenged by grade level to bring in the most cans in order to win an extra day of intramurals. The grand total of items collected was 1,467. Here is the breakdown by grade level: 6th: 399 items 7th: 367 items 8th: 701 items All donations were given to Kenly Area Ministries and Hinnant Outreach Center in Micro. We are proud of our Jaguar students for showing such generosity during the Thanksgiving season. Pictured: Ms. Ally Edwards (FFA Advisor), Mrs. Poconna Cuddington (NJHS Co-Advisor), and Mrs. Stephanie Caviness (NJHS Co-Advisor)

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    • Ms. Edwards' Ag Classes Hatch Chicks

      Ms. Edwards' Agricultural Science classes recently participated in a classroom embryology project. Students were able to see first hand the process of incubating, hatching, and raising chicks. Mrs. Meredith Wood, with the Johnston County Cooperative Extension Service and 4-H came to Ms. Edwards' classroom to discuss with 8th grade students the chick hatching process, parts of the egg, and ways for students to be involved with 4-H opportunities in Johnston County. All of Ms. Edwards' had a great time learning about the chicks and participating in this project over the past month.

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    • ACCESS Testing for English Language Learners

      North Carolina schools are required to administer ACCESS for ELLs 2.0 to all students identified as English Learners (ELs) in the spring of each year to determine their progress in learning English. Each student is tested in four areas: Listening, Speaking, Reading, and Writing. This assessment helps us monitor their English language development.

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