2nd grade learned a lot from our local fire department.
This week, join us in bringing awareness to National School Bus Safety Week. Wednesday, Oct. 19, has been designated as School Transportation Appreciation Day in Kansas. Thanks to all our great USD339 bus drivers for getting our students to and from school and activities.
JCN will host sub-state volleyball this Saturday. We will live-stream ONLY the championship game on Saturday. We will update scores on our Live Feed throughout the day. GO LADY CHARGERS!!!!!
Congratulations!! The JCN boys are 2022 Cross Country League champions !! Isaac Kane and Lucas Meredith, 1st team All-League, and Ivy Fujibayashi was 1st Team All-League in the girl’s race. Keagan Baker and Lane Edmonds were 2nd Team All-League. Great day to be a Charger!
CALENDAR CHANGE: MS GBB will NOT have a game Monday, October 17 @ JCN vs. Xavier.
Jefferson County North would like to invite all veterans to the Veterans Day Celebration on November 10, 2022 at 1:30 p.m. Registration will begin at 1:00 p.m. Please bring your memorabilia to display during the ceremony. Refreshments will be served immediately following the ceremony. The celebration will be available on our livestream. Please contact the high school office at 913-774-8515 for more information.
Yesterday in library the second grade learned about squirrels. We read a very interesting nonfiction book about them and learned all the cool things that squirrels do. The kids all got an acorn to remind them of our story.
Last week in the library the second graders made Heidi a stick insect from the book Twig by Aura Parker. Heidi blends in at bug school but wants to stand out so her classmates help her by knitting her a beautiful scarf. Ask your second grader about this amazing story of friendship.
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Update with Greater Tuna: On Friday, November 11th, we are allowing Veterans in for Free! Thank you for your service, Veterans! Come out an enjoy our show!
The JCN Theatre Department is putting on Greater Tuna by Jaston Williams, Joe Sears, and Ed Howard on November 11th & 12th at 7:00 P.M at the high school. Come out and support our thespians in this hilarious comedy/satire! Doors open at 6:30! Cost of admission is $7/adult, $5/student and JCN Staff get in free!
Congratulations to our HS V Volleyball team at the tournament in Riverside this past weekend! Taking 1st place at the tournament. Go out and cheer on the Lady Chargers Volleyball teams tonight at their matches at Jackson Heights starting at 5 pm! 📸: Theresa Jobbins
TIME CHANGE: 10/13/2022- MS FB @ Jackson Heights will start at 6:30 p.m.
Mrs. Deviney’s 1st graders enjoy reading books on Flashlight Fridays. 🔦 📚 👦🏼 👧🏻
Tonight's football game, JCN at St. Mary's will be streamed online. You will have to pay NFHS to watch it. go to the link below to access: https://www.nfhsnetwork.com/events/st-marys-high-school-st-marys-ks/gamb162b03d6e
The JCN Theatre Department is calling out an SOS for donations for our upcoming show, Greater Tuna. We are in need of the following items: 2 old tables, 2 old chairs, an old cabinet floor model radio (doesn't need to be working), Cowboys hats, old glasses from the 40/50s with metal chains, old 40s/50s pant suits, old pearl earrings/necklaces, a polyester dress, three piece white suit, loafers in brown, white, and black. If you or anyone you know has one of these items, please contact Paige Crocker at email@example.com or call the High School ASAP! Thank you for supporting the JCN Theatre department!
Students are hard at work practicing value in graphite and charcoal!
CHANGE IN TIME: The regularly scheduled Board of Education meeting on October 10, 2022 will start at 5:00 p.m. at the district office in Winchester, Ks.
The middle school volleyball team finished their season with a team party... that included root beer floats, gift exchange, and a parent vs. player volleyball game.
The Cross Country teams had a strong meet at Centralia on Saturday. The boys came in 2nd place with 4 medal winners and the girls placed 6th with 2 medal winners. Next up is a meet at St. Mary's College, Leavenworth.