The Business Club is collecting dog and cat food and other supplies for local animal shelters. If you would like to donate, please drop them off in Mrs. Kosco or Mrs. Will’s class. The deadline is November 1. Don’t forget to sign up for Remind.
The Art Club has started a recycling program at the high school. Currently we are recycling only paper. There are white cardboard boxes at the ends of each hallway where you can recycle your paper. Thank you for your help in protecting the environment.
Students and Staff: Student Council are collecting gently used shoes again this year to help out a family in need. They need to be turned into the library this week.
Lifetouch Coronation and Homecoming picture Order Forms are in the library.
Seniors - please start turning in your baby and senior pictures to Mrs. Will. They are due no later than October 31.
HOSA/Junior Class please turn in cookie dough fundraiser orders in Room 111 or Room 112 by Thursday.
Freshman: We have started our fundraiser, so please come by Mrs. Stanley’s room to get your cheesecake order form!! We will be selling cheesecakes until Nov. 1st.
Homecoming Committee Members: Please check your student email for important information concerning homecoming.
2019 Homecoming Spirit Days are as follows: Wednesday Oct 16th-Twin Day, Thursday Oct 17th-Class Color Day, Freshmen-Green, Sophomores-Red, Juniors-Blue, Seniors-Purple
Friday Oct 18th- Spirit Day (Red and Black)
Teachers: You will receive a participation sheet for each Spirit Day. Please count student participation during enrichment and return the sheet to Ms. McCutchen’s mailbox. Total points will count towards the Spirit Award, which will be determined and awarded at the end of Class Wars on Thursday.
HOSA members are needed to work the Homecoming football game on Friday night. In addition to our 50/50 raffle, we will be handing out Homecoming footballs.
Juniors the sign up sheet for the Friday nights concession stand is in room 112. Please stop by and sign up.
The next book club meeting is this upcoming Monday, October 21st immediately after school in Mrs. Rabideau’s room. Please sign the list outside of Mrs. Rabideau’s door if you are coming so that there are enough craft supplies.
All visitors will need to present a government issued id to enter the building. The id will be scanned into the Raptor system to checked for comparison with a national database of registered sex offenders.
A visitor's badge will not be necessary for those who visit our schools simply to drop off an item in the office or pick up paperwork.
The mission of Johnston City Community Unit School District #1 Schools is to prepare 21st century citizens who will be oriented toward value development, directed in career preparations, competent in communicative skills,qualified in problem solving, skilled in creative and critical thinking, knowledgeable of technological tools, interdependent in a global multicultural society, and inspired as life long learners.