In order to protect the health and safety of employees, staff, and students, all those who access Pasco County School locations must self-screen for symptoms and other risk factors of COVID-19 daily. If you answer YES to any of the questions, you should NOT be on a school campus or school district office. All three self-screeners – the Student Self-Screener, the Employee Self-Screener, and the Visitor Self-Screener – are accessible from the district’s COVID-19 protocols page and are posted on each school web page.

Highlights from the Weekly School Messenger Call for the Week of Oct. 10

Good Evening, Mustangs!

I hope that everyone had a great Homecoming Week!

Now, back to reality! The first quarter of the school year ends this week and I challenge you to finish #MustangSTRONG. 

Congratulations to Mustang Volleyball who is undefeated this season, as well as Girls Mustang Golf who is 8-1! Way to go Girls Mustang Cross Country who placed 3rd out of 24 teams and Boys Mustang Cross Country who placed 13th out of 25 teams at the Land o’ Lakes HS Invitational!

Best wishes to all of our athletes and our FBLA students at their competition this weekend, as well as the Marching Mustangs! We are so proud of you!

Mrs. Chamberlin will host one last College Application Help session tomorrow, Monday, October 11that 3PM in the Media Center. Visit our website to enroll now!

September and October is Hispanic Heritage Month. During RANCH we are viewing different videos that celebrate the Hispanic culture and the contribution of Hispanic Americans to our great nation!

October is also Mental Health Awareness Month and we will be viewing different videos in RANCH regarding mental health and what students need to do if they need assistance.

Our JWMHS Gallup is available for our students now. We will be reviewing how to complete the Gallup and why we take the Gallup each year. Thank you for your participation as it will assist us with making decisions at our school.

If you have an eSchool placeholder, on campus or off campus, please sign up for your classes as soon as possible. Directions can be found on our website. All students must have SIX (6) classes in order to be considered a full-time student. Please be actively working in your classes so you can complete them on time.

For those SENIORS ONLY who have not met graduation requirements for Reading or Algebra 1, we will be holding the in-school SAT on Wednesday, October 13th. See your counselor or Mrs. Fillmore for more information.

Freshmen! Please make sure that you order your FREE MustangU Class of 2025 t-shirt by visiting this link: https://accounthub.imagedepotexpress.com/jwm_freshman_u_tees/shop/home. Enter your code:  jwfresh21 to get your shirt and it will be delivered directly to the school. It has been updated and opened and does work.

Please make sure that you can pass the Covid-19 screener (Student Covid-19 Screener) each morning that is found on our website. If you cannot, please stay home. If you are positive for Covid-19 or have been exposed to someone who is positive for Covid-19, please stay home and contact your administrator so that we can help you with your school work.

Please read our JWMHS Electronic Newsletter, Around the RANCH. You can find it here:  https://www.smore.com/127yh and we will be putting a lot of information in this newsletter that can assist you throughout the year.

The best way to be successful at JWMHS is to listen to the things we say and read the information that we put out. We communicate in a variety of ways and ask that you make sure that you are paying attention and following us on social media.

We want to remind you that you need to respect each other and just be nice. Calling each other names, posting negative things online, and acting inappropriately towards each other is uncalled for and unnecessary. Again, just be nice. And if you can’t find something nice to say, then don’t say anything at all.

Parents, allegedly the next TikTok Challenge is a Slap a Staff Member in the Backside Month. I highly recommend that students not participate in this as this is considered battery and a felony and will not end well. Please speak with your child about behaving appropriately.

We hope you have a great evening! Thank you for reading!

Highlights from the Weekly School Messenger Call for the Week of Oct. 3

Good Evening, Mustangs!

It is Homecoming Week! Hooray!

But we want you to keep working hard, Mustangs! The first quarter of the school year is almost over and I challenge you to finish #MustangSTRONG. 

Our Early Release Day will be Wednesday, October 6th and this will also be our Underclassmen Make Up Picture Day.

Congratulations to Mustang Volleyball who is undefeated this season, as well as Girls Mustang Golf who is 6-1! Way to go Girls Mustang Cross Country who placed 4th out of 35 teams and Boys Mustang Cross Country who placed 10th out of 30 teams at the Hoka Florida Invitational!

Our Homecoming Week will be October 4th to October 8th and our theme is Party in the USA. Our game will be held on Friday, October 8th and our dance will be held on Saturday, October 9th from 6PM to 10PM. Please review our website as it has all of the information that you could want to know about Homecoming 2021, including bell schedules, daily activities, and game and dance information. (https://jwmhs.pasco.k12.fl.us/homecoming-2021-party-in-the-usa/)!

JWMHS Student Behavior Agreements are online on our website, as well as guest request forms. Guest request forms are due on Friday, October 8th at 12PM. These are for NON-JWMHS students. Do not miss the deadline! If you are bringing a non-JWMHS guest, please know that you will not be able to purchase the guest dance only wristband unless you have received an approval code. I am giving these to students who have submitted guest request forms beginning tomorrow in RANCH.

Wristband sales have begun and will only be sold where your purchase your yearbooks and pay for other fees via Rycor (https://www.studentquickpay.com/pasco/). You can purchase either an all-inclusive wristband for $40 or individual event tickets for daily activities for $3 each and a dance wristband for $35 each. When you pick up your all-inclusive wristband or dance only wristband, you will need to submit your JWMHS Student Behavior Agreement. You can pick up your wristband with Mrs. Van de Boe in the front office. If you are purchasing individual daily activity tickets, they can be purchased at the front office or during lunches. See our website for more information!

Parents/Guardian will need to make sure that they have completed the Dance Expectations Meeting for Parents/Guardians. I am currently going through my emails regarding concerns or issues with Dance Numbers and am continuing to answer them throughout the evening. Thank you for your patience. Of note, we have been passing out dance numbers to students via RANCH each day. Please make sure that you have your child ask his/her RANCH teacher if they have received any updated sheets. Also, please check Rycor (https://www.studentquickpay.com/pasco/and see if the wristband option populates to let your purchase the wristband. We have been updating Rycor frequently and you may be able to purchase it as a result of this update.

If you are concerned about your dress or outfit, please make sure that you email Ms. Schultz (jschultz@pasco.k12.fl.us) so that she can review the outfit and give approval.

If you have an eSchool placeholder, on campus or off campus, please sign up for your classes as soon as possible. Directions can be found on our website. All students must have SIX (6) classes in order to be considered a full-time student.

Freshmen! Please make sure that you order your FREE MustangU Class of 2025 t-shirt by visiting our Spirit Store: https://accounthub.imagedepotexpress.com/jwm_freshman_u_tees/shop/home! Enter your code:  jwfresh21 to get your shirt and it will be delivered directly to the school.

Please make sure that you can pass the Covid-19 screener (Student Covid-19 Screener) each morning that is found on our website. If you cannot, please stay home. If you are positive for Covid-19 or have been exposed to someone who is positive for Covid-19, please stay home and contact your administrator so that we can help you with your school work.

Please read our JWMHS Electronic Newsletter, Around the RANCH. You can find it here:  https://www.smore.com/qf3tu and we will be putting a lot of information in this newsletter that can assist you throughout the year.

The best way to be successful at JWMHS is to listen to the things we say and read the information that we put out. We communicate in a variety of ways and ask that you make sure that you are paying attention and following us on social media.

We want to remind you that you need to respect each other and just be nice. Calling each other names, posting negative things online, and acting inappropriately towards each other is uncalled for and unnecessary. Again, just be nice. And if you can’t find something nice to say, then don’t say anything at all.

Parents, allegedly the next TikTok Challenge is a Slap a Staff Member in the Backside Month. I highly recommend that students not participate in this as this is considered battery and a felony and will not end well. Please speak with your child about behaving appropriately.

We hope you have a great evening! Thank you for reading!

Go Mustangs!

Highlights from the Weekly School Messenger Call for the Week of Sep. 26

Good Evening, Mustangs!

Keep working hard, Mustangs! If you are not satisfied with your grades, now is the time to speak with your teachers, turn in work, be in all of your classes, and finish the quarter #MustangSTRONG. You still have time to improve your grades before the end of the quarter. As September is Attendance Awareness Month, we want to remind you to be in school because attendance matters.

Our Early Release Day will be Wednesday, October 6th. This will also be our Underclassmen Make Up Picture Day.

Congratulations to Mustang Girls Cross Country who placed 2nd and Mustang Boys Cross Country placed 5th. Big win for Boys Mustang Swimming and Diving over LOLHS and congratulations to Girls Mustang Volleyball for winning their tournament this weekend! Also, congratulations to our NJROTC Brain Bowl Teams who finished 4th and 5th and qualified for the State Championships!

Mrs. Chamberlin will be hosting one last College Application Help session for seniors on Monday, September 27th from 3:05 PM to 5:00 PM in the Media Center! Please register for the event by visiting our website so Mrs. Chamberlin knows how many will be in attendance! She will also cover essays, the SSAR, and how to submit your applications!! Remember the CRC is open during lunches as well for questions and support!!

Our Homecoming Week will be October 4th to October 8th and our theme is Party in the USA. Our game will be held on Friday, October 8th and our dance will be held on Saturday, October 9th from 6PM to 10PM.

JWMHS Student Behavior Agreements are online on our website, as well as guest request forms. Guest request forms are due on Friday, October 8th at 12PM. These are for NON-JWMHS students. Do not miss the deadline! Ticket sales have begun and will only be sold via Rycor. You can purchase either an all-inclusive wristband for $40 or individual event tickets for $3 each and a dance ticket for $35 each. When you pick up your wristband or ticket, you will need to submit your JWMHS Student Behavior Agreement. See our website for more information!

Parents/Guardian will need to make sure that they have completed the Dance Expectations Meeting for Parents/Guardians. If you need to do so, I will be adding the course to every student who does not have a Dance Number on file. This will happen later this evening and you will receive a separate email. I am currently going through my emails regarding concerns or issues with Dance Numbers and am continuing to answer them throughout the evening. Thank you for your patience.

If you are concerned about your dress or outfit, please make sure that you email Ms. Schultz so that she can review the outfit and give approval.

If you have an eSchool placeholder, on campus or off campus, please sign up for your classes as soon as possible. Directions can be found on our website.

Freshmen! Please make sure that you order your FREE MustangU Class of 2025 t-shirt by visiting our Spirit Store: https://accounthub.imagedepotexpress.com/jwm_freshman_u_tees/shop/home! Enter your code:  jwfresh21 to get your shirt and it will be delivered directly to the school.

Please make sure that you can pass the Covid-19 screener (Student Covid-19 Screener) each morning that is found on our website. If you cannot, please stay home. If you are positive for Covid-19 or have been exposed to someone who is positive for Covid-19, please stay home and contact your administrator so that we can help you with your school work.

Please read our JWMHS Electronic Newsletter, Around the RANCH. You can find it here: https://www.smore.com/3sgpq and we will be putting a lot of information in this newsletter that can assist you throughout the year.

The best way to be successful at JWMHS is to listen to the things we say and read the information that we put out. We communicate in a variety of ways and ask that you make sure that you are paying attention and following us on social media.

We want to remind you that you need to respect each other and just be nice. Calling each other names, posting negative things online, and acting inappropriately towards each other is uncalled for and unnecessary. Again, just be nice. And if you can’t find something nice to say, then don’t say anything at all.

Parents, allegedly the next TikTok Challenge is a Slap a Staff Member in the Backside Month. I highly recommend that students not participate in this as this is considered battery and a felony. Please speak with your child about behaving appropriately.

We hope you have a great evening! Thank you for reading!

Go Mustangs!

Highlights from the Weekly School Messenger Call for the Week of Sep. 19

Good Evening, Mustangs!

We hope that you have great upcoming week.

Keep working hard, Mustangs! If you are not satisfied with your grades, now is the time to speak with your teachers, turn in work, be in all of your classes, and finish the quarter #MustangSTRONG. You still have time to improve your grades before the end of the quarter.

We would like to welcome to the RANCH, Mrs. Carly Baldwin as our new assistant principal. Mrs. Baldwin will be the assistant principal for our MustangU 9th Grade.

Congratulations to Jacob Bolton and Leonid Alexeyev who have been named National Merit Semifinalists! This is wonderful honor and we are so proud of you both! Best wishes as you continue to the next round.

Congratulations to Mustang Girls Cross Country who placed 3rd and Mustang Boys Cross Country placed 7th. Many runners ran season best times and are showing improvement. The girls were lead by Kayla Groppe with a 9th place finish and boys were lead by Joshua Hindman with a 10th place finish. Big win for Girls and Boys Mustang Swimming and Diving over RRHS!

Due to overwhelming demand Mrs. Chamberlin will be hosting 2 more College Application Help sessions for seniors! Save the dates for Monday, September 20th and Monday September 27th. 3:05 PM to 5:00 PM in the Media Center! Please register for the event by visiting our website so Mrs. Chamberlin knows how many will be in attendance! She will also cover essays, the SSAR and how to submit your applications!! Remember the CRC is open during lunches as well for questions and support!!

I am excited to announce that we will have a traditional Homecoming! We will be posting information throughout the week. Our game will be held on Friday, October 8th and our dance will be held on Saturday, October 9th from 6PM to 10PM.

We will have JWMHS student permission slips available this week, as well as guest request forms. Ticket sales will begin soon.

Parents/Guardian will need to make sure that they have completed the Dance Expectations Meeting for Parents/Guardians.If you need to do so, please email me (jschultz@pasco.k12.fl.us) with your child’s name and student number so that I can assign the course to you. Those who have done so already will receive their unique dance number this week in RANCH.

We want to remind you that you need to respect each other and just be nice. Calling each other names, posting negative things online, and acting inappropriately towards each other is uncalled for and unnecessary. Again, just be nice. And if you can’t find something nice to say, then don’t say anything at all.

Parents, I am asking that you continue to have a conversation with your child about vandalizing and stealing Pasco School Board Property. Doing this is a crime and those who are found committing such acts will be disciplined and arrested. If you have information that leads to the remainder of the students who have committed these acts, please email me or fill out our See Something, Say Something link on our website with details, pictures, and video if you have it (https://jwmhs.pasco.k12.fl.us/mform/embed.php?id=17056)

All students who are taking an AP course online, either through FLVS or Pasco Eschool need to request an AP exam. In order to receive the AP Exam only join code they must complete the following form by November 1st. Here is the link for the form: https://forms.office.com/r/ZENH1bSkRU. If students have any questions, please encourage them to come talk to Mrs. Chamberlin ASAP!

If you have an eSchool placeholder, on campus or off campus, please sign up for your classes as soon as possible. Directions can be found on our website.

Freshmen! Please make sure that you order your FREE MustangU Class of 2025 t-shirt by visiting our Spirit Store: https://accounthub.imagedepotexpress.com/jwm_freshman_u_tees/shop/home! Enter your code:  jwfresh21 to get your shirt and it will be delivered directly to the school.

Please make sure that you can pass the Covid-19 screener (Student Covid-19 Screener) each morning that is found on our website. If you cannot, please stay home. If you are positive for Covid-19 or have been exposed to someone who is positive for Covid-19, please stay home and contact your administrator so that we can help you with your school work.

Please follow the speed limit and the signs in the parking lot as to the direction of the traffic flow. Please drop off students in our Red Car Loop and not in front of the school or in the Green/Purple Parking Lots. Students, please stay on the sidewalk and do not cut through the parking lot. It delays the car loop and is not safe.

Please read our JWMHS Electronic Newsletter, Around the RANCH. You can find it here: https://www.smore.com/hxz1v and we will be putting a lot of information in this newsletter that can assist you throughout the year.

The best way to be successful at JWMHS is to listen to the things we say and read the information that we put out. We communicate in a variety of ways and ask that you make sure that you are paying attention and following us on social media.

As a reminder, masks are optional. Whether you wear a mask or you do not, please remember to be nice to each other and respectful of each other’s choices. Just be nice.

We hope you have a great evening! Thank you for reading!

Go Mustangs!

Highlights from the Weekly School Messenger Call for the Week of Sep. 12

Good Evening, Mustangs!

We hope that you have great upcoming week.

Keep working hard, Mustangs! Progress Reports were released on Friday, September 10th! Students, if you are not satisfied with your grades, now is the time to speak with your teachers, turn in work, be in all of your classes, and finish the quarter #MustangSTRONG. You still have time to improve your grades before the end of the quarter.

This phone call will address multiple issues that have occurred this week on and off campus.

Parents, I am asking that you have a conversation with your child about vandalizing and stealing Pasco School Board Property. We have had student destroying bathrooms by pouring red Kool-aid in the toilets, ripping soap machines off of the walls, and trashing the bathrooms. Doing this is a crime and those who are found committing such acts will be disciplined and arrested. This needs to stop. If you have information that leads to the remainder of the students who have committed these acts, please email me or fill out our See Something, Say Something link on our website with details, pictures, and video if you have it (https://jwmhs.pasco.k12.fl.us/mform/embed.php?id=17056).

We want to remind you that you need to respect each other and just be nice. Calling each other names, posting negative things online, and acting inappropriately towards each other is uncalled for and unnecessary. Again, just be nice. And if you can’t find something nice to say, then don’t say anything at all.

I am also asking that you have a conversation with your child about the dangers of posting inappropriate pictures online, especially when they are sent via cell phone text or chat messages and when they are of another individual. Doing this is a crime. Unfortunately, this is something that we have had to address this year on multiple occasions and we need your help.

Finally, we also need your help in reminding students that they need to behave and act appropriately in the community. Local businesses have contacted us that students are vandalizing property and loitering. Again, this is not something that I am sure that as parents you would allow your child to do, especially if it meant that there could be legal trouble coming from it. We need to be good citizens and support each other.

Freshmen! Please make sure that you order your FREE MustangU Class of 2025 t-shirt by visiting our Spirit Store: https://accounthub.imagedepotexpress.com/jwm_freshman_u_tees/shop/home! Enter your code:  jwfresh21 to get your shirt and it will be delivered directly to the school.

Please make sure that you can pass the Covid-19 screener (Student Covid-19 Screener) each morning that is found on our website. If you cannot, please stay home. If you are positive for Covid-19 or have been exposed to someone who is positive for Covid-19, please stay home and contact your administrator so that we can help you with your school work.

Please follow the speed limit and the signs in the parking lot as to the direction of the traffic flow. Please drop off students in our Red Car Loop and not in front of the school or in the Green/Purple Parking Lots. Students, please stay on the sidewalk and do not cut through the parking lot. It delays the car loop and is not safe.

If you have an eSchool placeholder, on campus or off campus, please sign up for your classes as soon as possible. Directions can be found on our website.

Please read our JWMHS Electronic Newsletter, Around the RANCH. You can find it here: https://www.smore.com/sxj08 and we will be putting a lot of information in this newsletter that can assist you throughout the year.

The best way to be successful at JWMHS is to listen to the things we say and read the information that we put out. We communicate in a variety of ways and ask that you make sure that you are paying attention and following us on social media.

As a reminder, masks are optional. Whether you wear a mask or you do not, please remember to be nice to each other and respectful of each other’s choices. Just be nice.

I trust that I will be able to speak about all of the amazing things that our Mustangs do on and off campus.
We hope you have a great evening! Thank you for reading!
Go Mustangs!

Highlights from the Weekly School Messenger Call for the Week of Sep. 5

Good Evening, Mustangs!

We hope that you have great upcoming week and enjoy your Labor Day Holiday!

Our first Early Release Day is this Wednesday, September 8th! Please visit our website for the Early Release Bell Schedule.

We want to remind you that you need to respect each other and just be nice. Calling each other names, posting negative things online, and acting inappropriately towards each other is uncalled for and unnecessary. Again, just be nice. And if you can’t find something nice to say, then don’t say anything at all.

Parents, I am asking that you have a conversation with your child about the dangers of posting inappropriate pictures online, especially when they are sent via cell phone text or chat messages and when they are of another individual. Doing this can be a crime. Unfortunately, this is something that we have had to address this year on multiple occasions and we need your help.

We also need your help in reminding students that they need to behave and act appropriately in the community. Local businesses have contacted us that students are vandalizing property and loitering. Again, this is not something that I am sure that as parents you would allow your child to do, especially if it meant that there could be legal trouble coming from it. We need to be good citizens and support each other.

Congratulations to our athletic teams this week! JWMHS Athletics continues to be the GOLD standard in our county! I would also like to thank our Stang Gang Student Section for their spirit this week! Please continue to show your Mustang PRIDE!

Freshmen! Please make sure that you order your FREE MustangU Class of 2025 t-shirt by visiting our Spirit Store: https://accounthub.imagedepotexpress.com/jwm_freshman_u_tees/shop/home! Enter your code:  jwfresh21 to get your shirt and it will be delivered directly to the school.

In RANCH, we will be passing out Dance Numbers to students whose parents/guardians have participated in the Parent/Guardian Dance Expectations Meeting and assigning the online Parent/Guardian Dance Webinar very soon. If you have not emailed me that you need to view this, please do so by Wednesday, September 8th and include your child’s name and student number.

Please make sure that you can pass the Covid-19 screener (Student Covid-19 Screener) each morning that is found on our website. If you cannot, please stay home. If you are positive for Covid-19 or have been exposed to someone who is positive for Covid-19, please stay home and contact your administrator so that we can help you with your school work.

Please follow the speed limit and the signs in the parking lot as to the direction of the traffic flow. The Student Drop off area is in our old bus loop for those of you who have been at JWMHS for a while. For those of you who are new, this is the area in between the high school and the middle school. Please drop off students there and not in front of the school or in the Green/Purple Parking Lots.

Students, please stay on the sidewalk and do not cut through the parking lot. It delays the car loop and is not safe.

For those students who have parking tags approved, you can find your spot number in myStudent. Of note, if a spot has a number or word on it on the ground, it is in use. Also, the grass lot is not an open lot and those spots are also assigned. Do not park at JWMHS if you do not have a spot.

Voting will be open for the 2021-22 and 2022-2023 School Advisory Council  Parent Representatives. Parents can vote for 2 representatives. Voting opens at 8:00 am and closes at 8:00 pm on September 7th. Please visit our website on Tuesday for the link to vote.

If you have an eSchool placeholder, on campus or off campus, please sign up for your classes as soon as possible. Directions can be found on our website.

Please read our JWMHS Electronic Newsletter, Around the RANCH. You can find it here: https://www.smore.com/pdrqa and we will be putting a lot of information in this newsletter that can assist you throughout the year.

The best way to be successful at JWMHS is to listen to the things we say and read the information that we put out. We communicate in a variety of ways and ask that you make sure that you are paying attention and following us on social media.

As a reminder, masks are optional. Whether you wear a mask or you do not, please remember to be nice to each other and respectful of each other’s choices. Just be nice.

We hope you have a great evening! Thank you for reading!

Go Mustangs!
~ Ms. Schultz

Highlights from the Weekly School Messenger Call for the Week of August 29

As we begin the week, we want to remind you that you need to respect each other and just be nice. Calling each other names, posting negative things online, and acting inappropriately towards each other is uncalled for and unnecessary. Again, just be nice. And if you can’t find something nice to say, then don’t say anything at all.

Dress your best each day. Underclassmen Picture Day is Wednesday, September 1. Please make sure that you are in dress code.

Congratulations to our Girls Golf Team who defeated Alonso this week by over 100 strokes! What an impressive win! Way to go! Varsity Football defeated Fivay 43-0! Best wishes to all of our teams in action this week!

Please make sure that you can pass the Covid-19 screener (Student Covid-19 Screener) each morning that is found on our website. If you cannot, please stay home. If you are positive for Covid-19 or have been exposed to someone who is positive for Covid-19, please stay home and contact your administrator so that we can help you with your school work.

Please follow the speed limit and the signs in the parking lot as to the direction of the traffic flow.

The Student Drop off area is in our old bus loop for those of you who have been at JWMHS for a while. For those of you who are new, this is the area in between the high school and the middle school. Please drop off students there and not in front of the school or in the Green/Purple Parking Lots.

Students as you are coming to and from the bus loop to campus, please stay on the sidewalk and do not cut through the parking lot. It delays the car loop and is not safe.

For those students who have parking tags approved, you can find your spot number in myStudent. Of note, if a spot has a number or word on it on the ground, it is in use. Also, the grass lot is not an open lot and those spots are also assigned. Do not park at JWMHS if you do not have a spot.

Would you like to be part of the JWMHS School Advisory Council? We are accepting nominations now online. You can nominate online via our link (https://forms.office.com/r/T0dk9h3ttQ). The SAC meets one time a month and works with our school to discuss academic goals and progress, as well as address school needs. Contact Mrs. Chamberlin if you have questions.

As a reminder, all ticket sales will be done by GoFan! Please make sure that you are purchasing your tickets before you get to the game. We will not have cash to make change, so please purchase tickets via GoFan! Also, please note that ticket prices have gone up. Varsity Football is $6 per person and all other sports is $5 per person. Come out on Wednesday to watch Volleyball take on WRHS, this Thursday to support your JV Football team against WRHS, and on this Friday V Football will play RRHS!

Please also remember that we will be following our security procedures at all on-campus games. You can view them on our website on the Athletics tab (https://jwmhs.pasco.k12.fl.us/wp-content/uploads/jwmhs/2019/08/front.USE_.2.pdf).

If you have an eSchool placeholder, on campus or off campus, please sign up for your classes as soon as possible. Directions can be found on our website.

Breakfast will be served each morning until 8:25AM when the warning bell will sound. All students can receive a free lunch this school year. If you need to put money on your lunch account, you can do so at this time. Please arrive in your classes on time each day, as being on time is important now and in the future.

Any drink containers or food wrappers need to be disposed of in our commons area garbage cans and not classroom garbage cans or recycle bins. Please take pride in your school and keep it clean!

Please read our JWMHS Electronic Newsletter, Around the RANCH. You can find it here: https://www.smore.com/bmz8e and we will be putting a lot of information in this newsletter that can assist you throughout the year.

The best way to be successful at JWMHS is to listen to the things we say and read the information that we put out. We communicate in a variety of ways and ask that you make sure that you are paying attention and following us on social media.

As a reminder, masks are optional. Whether you wear a mask or you do not, please remember to be nice to each other and respectful of each other’s choices. Just be nice.

We hope you have a great evening! Thank you for reading!

Go Mustangs!

 

Good Evening, Mustangs!
We hope that you have  great upcoming week!
As we begin the week, we want to remind you of a few things: Dress your best and in dress code. 
Please make sure that you can pass the Covid-19 screener each morning that is found on our website. If you cannot, please stay home. If you are positive for Covid-19 or have been exposed to someone who is positive for Covid-19, please stay home and contact your administrator so that we can help you with your school work.
Please follow the speed limit and the signs in the parking lot as to the direction of the traffic flow.
The Student Drop off area is in our old bus loop for those of you who have been at JWMHS for a while. For those of you who are new, this is the area in between the high school and the middle school. Please drop off students there and not in front of the school or in the Green/Purple Parking Lots.
Students as you are coming to and from the bus loop to campus, please stay on the sidewalk and do not cut through the parking lot. It delays the car loop and is not safe.
For those students who have parking tags approved, you can find your spot number in myStudent. Of note, if a spot has a number or word on it on the ground, it is in use. Also, the grass lot is not an open lot and those spots are also assigned. Do not park at JWMHS if you do not have a spot.
If you are the parent/guardian of a SENIOR, please join us on Wednesday, August 25th for the third installment of our College Application and Planning Night at 6PM in the Media Center. This is a repeat of the two that have been held previously this month. You can register here: https://forms.office.com/Pages/ResponsePage.aspx?id=aaJT4khSVE6bZ7duOoYiIAgwr7NDDZtDkfP5f18gMv9UOE1aM1YzM0ZFVE5FUklTVjhXUjFVS1JXUC4u&qrcode=true

Athletic Events begin this week and all ticket sales will be done by GoFan! Please make sure that you are purchasing your tickets before you get to the game. Also, please note that ticket prices have gone up. Varsity Football is $6 per person and all other sports is $5 per person. Come out on Wednesday to the YMCA to watch swimming take on HHS, this Thursday to support your JV Football team against LOLHS, and on this Friday V Football will play FHS!
Please also remember that we will be following our security procedures at all on-campus games. You can view them on our website on the Athletics tab (https://jwmhs.pasco.k12.fl.us/wp-content/uploads/jwmhs/2019/08/front.USE_.2.pdf).
If you have an eSchool placeholder, on campus or off campus, please sign up for your classes as soon as possible. Directions can be found on our website.
Breakfast will be served each morning until 8:25AM when the warning bell will sound. All students can receive a free lunch this school year. If you need to put money on your lunch account, you can do so at this time. Please arrive in your classes on time each day, as being on time is important now and in the future.
Any drink containers or food wrappers need to be disposed of in our commons area garbage cans and not classroom garbage cans or recycle bins. Please take pride in your school and keep it clean!
Please read our JWMHS Electronic Newsletter, Around the RANCH. You can find it here: https://www.smore.com/j49fm. We will be putting a lot of information in this newsletter that can assist you throughout the year.
The best way to be successful at JWMHS is to listen to the things we say and read the information that we put out. We communicate in a variety of ways and ask that you make sure that you are paying attention and following us on social media.
As a reminder, masks are optional. Whether you wear a mask or you do not, please remember to be nice to each other and respectful of each other’s choices. Just be nice.
We hope you have a great evening!

We would encourage you to follow us on Facebook and Twitter, as well as connect with us via Remind. If you have not established an account in myStudent, please make sure that you do so as you can follow your student’s academic progress.
Course Registration for the 2018-2019 school year will begin on January 16. Students will watch podcasts regarding which classes they should choose for next year. Teachers will be assisting students on choosing the appropriate classes as well.
Mark your calendars now because on January 24 we will have our ParentU for Course Selection at 6PM in the gymnasium. We hope that families with students currently in grades 9, 10, and 11 will attend as this will allow students to ask questions about what will be expected in classes and which paths they should choose.
Come out and support Boys and Girls Basketball, Boys and Girls Soccer, and Wrestling! Best wishes to Girls Weightlifting at the District Meet this weekend. Be #MustangSTRONG!
We also want to wish our cheerleaders best wishes as they compete this weekend. ROTC will be competing as well! Good luck, Mustangs!
Attention Sophomores and Juniors: Are you interested in Collegiate High School for the 18-19 school year? Please see our website for important information regarding the application window and how to sign up for the PERT or ask your school counselor for additional information.
Thank you to all of our Mustangs who chose to #CommitToKindness. We collected over 750 pairs of socks for those in need. Thank you to all who were able to donate.
May we #CommitToExcellence each and every day and show how #ExcellenceNeverStops at JWMHS!
We hope that you have a fantastic week! Go Mustangs!