• Fall Sports Athletes

    Posted by Mary Bennett on 11/6/2019

    Congratulations to all our SJM athletes who participated in fall sports at SJHS on the varsity and JV levels.

    Boys Cross Country
    Christopher Gasca
    Carter Jones
    Hunter MacPherson
    Logan Martinez
    Broderick McCann
    Colin Savitsky

     

    Girls Cross Country
    NaLani Dumler
    Zoe Mason
    Sage McAlister
    Ainsley McCrummen
    Hannah Risher
    Lillian White

     

    Girls Golf
    Sarah Devers
    Kyleigh Donner

     

     

    Girls Tennis
    Avery Hall

     

    Swim
    Vincenzo Coppola
    Harrison Morris
    Morgan Payne
    Gracie Pifer
    Ashton Little

     

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  • The SJMS Spirit Rock Has Arrived

    Posted by Mary Bennett on 11/6/2019

    Reservations are being accepted now!


    Our new spirit rock is an awesome way to show school spirit or celebrate big events in your child’s life. Wish them a happy birthday or good luck, or cheer on a team or club. Reservations can be made online at signupgenius.com by clicking on the search icon and entering ptasjms@gmail.com. Cost is $25/day, and all rules and guidelines are posted.

    Special thank you to Thompson Stone and Marble for donating and installing our beautiful spirit rock!

     

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  • Band/Orchestra Holiday Performance

    Posted by Mary Bennett on 11/30/2018

    Save the date! The Shark Band and Orchestra will hold their Holiday Performance on Friday December 14th at 6:00 pm. Come out to support our students in the band program. They have been working so hard and are super excited for this performance! The event will be held in the gym.
     

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  • Choral Holiday Performance

    Posted by Mary Bennett on 11/22/2018

    Mark your calendars! You don’t want to miss the SJM Choral Holiday Program on Thursday, December 6th at 6:00 pm. Show your support of these students  and their hard working so hard! The event will be held in the gym.
     

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  • Fall Book Fair

    Posted by Mary Bennett on 11/8/2018

    The fall book fair will be here soon!

    The SJM Library Learning Commons will host a Scholastic book fair from Monday, November 12 through Wednesday, November 21.  Each Shark Time class will have an opportunity to visit the fair during their library times. 

    Parents are invited to come in during any hours the book fair is open.  Parents, guardians, or family members who plan to join students for the annual Thanksgiving luncheon on Thursday, November 15, will have a great opportunity to stop by the book fair while at SJM.  If you can’t make it to the school, you are encouraged to shop online at  http://www.scholastic.com/bf/stjamesmiddleschool1.  The online book fair will open November 2. 

    The book fair is a wonderful opportunity to begin shopping for the holiday season, reward achievements, or purchase a “just because” gift, all while supporting the SJM Library Learning Commons! 

    The schedule is as follows. 

    Monday, 11/12:  7:45am to 3:45pm

    Tuesday, 11/13:  7:30am to 4:30pm

    Wednesday, 11/14:  7:45am to 4:00pm

    Thursday, 11/15:  7:45am to 3:45pm

    Friday, 11/16:  7:45am to 4:00pm

    Monday, 11/19:  7:45am to 3:45pm

    Tuesday, 11/20:  7:30am to 4:30pm

    Wednesday, 11/21:  7:45am to 3:45pm

    We look forward to seeing you at the book fair!

     

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  • Celebration of Success Assembly

    Posted by Mary Bennett on 11/7/2018

    Our first Celebration of Success Assembly will be held on the morning of November 27, 2018. Invitations will be sent home by November 21st. We look forward to having our families attend our celebration.  
     

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  • B-Team Basketball Try-Outs

    Posted by Mary Bennett on 11/6/2018 2:00:00 AM

    B-Team Basketball Tryouts will be held November 12th - 14th.  Updated physicals must be submitted online Arbiter Athlete in order to tryout. (See information page attached to this newsletter on how to submit physicals on Arbiter.)


    November 12th      Boys: 3:30pm - 5:00pm           Girls:  5:00pm - 6:30pm
    November 13th      Boys: 5:00pm - 6:30pm           Girls:  3:30pm - 5:00pm
    November 14th      Boys: 3:30pm - 4:30pm           Girls:  4:30pm - 5:30pm
     
    Please see Coach DeFord or Coach Simpson with any questions.
     

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  • All County Chorus Students Announced

    Posted by Mary Bennett on 11/6/2018

    Congratulations to all of the students who auditioned for All County Chorus!  We had 38 out of 47 students make it into All County Chorus this year.  Way to go SJMS Chorus!  We are so proud of you!

    Tenors

    Tanner Buck

    Alex Knight

    Mack Lewandoski

    Altos

    Kyra Martinez

    Rhianna Phillips

    Sofia Cioce

    Mya Waters-Bartlett

    Kristin Todd

    Jenna Catoe           

    Taylor Trussell

    Lila Taylor

    Mary Hankins

    Savannah Giminez

     Alexia Geathers

    Lindsey Dangelmaier

    Sopranos

    Marlen Rubi-Sanchez

    McKenzie Jenne

    Lola Bellah

    Mattie Washburn

    Josephina Moore

    Syndel Moody

    Lorelai Menard

    Aryanna Bryant

    Harper Ewing

    Cayleigh Van Cleave

    Ashlee Calderiso

    McKenzie Kight

    Shianna Freeman

    Alyssa Messall

    Rhiannon Louth

    Stella Smith

    Tessa Coy

    Caroline Richardson

    Hannah Caldwell

    Tris Pasnik

    Ciara Hamlin

    Hannah McDonough

     

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  • Make-Up Picture Day

    Posted by Mary Bennett on 11/6/2018

    Mark your calendars! School Picture Make-Up Day is scheduled for Tuesday, November 16th. 

     

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  • #WeAreHCS

    Posted by Mary Bennett on 11/5/2018

    We want to thank all of the students, parents, community members, and staff who helped us feed children and fill countless sandbags in the weeks following Hurricane Florence . With your donations and your help, we were able to make over 2000 lunches on Tuesday and 3500 lunches on Wednesday. This helped us feed children in the St. James and Socastee clusters, along with feeding flood victims staying in hotels and assisting churches and homeless shelters caring for children and protect many homes in the community from the rising waters.

     

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