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  • Monthly Newsletter from the Principal

    Please see the most current Newsletter from Mr. Deering.


    Posted Feb 20, 2019, 11:31 AM by Sue Badura
  • Solo and Ensemble Festival In Need Of Volunteers!
    Dear Parents,

    The JLMS Music Department is excited to be hosting the conference solo & ensemble festival.  For this to be a successful event, we need volunteers like YOU!  Parents are strongly encouraged, whether or not their children are participating in solo & ensemble, to help us run a successful event for all of the attending schools.

    If you or someone you know, high school age or adult, can help, please sign up at this link.

    Thanks!

    Brett Dimmer

    Posted Feb 20, 2019, 11:28 AM by Sue Badura
  • Summer STEM Experience

    Summer STEAM Experience (Science, Technology, Engineering, Art & Math) is a collaboration of Art & Design and STEM featured in one week, June 16-20, 2019. Campers are able to choose from multiple tracks. Students entering grades 8 to 12 are invited to explore career paths with UW-Stout faculty experts while engaging in science, technology, engineering, art and math in a hands-on setting. Camp activities and career panels will provide well-rounded experiences to highlight the possibilities of creative and critical thinking.

    Posted Feb 20, 2019, 11:28 AM by Sue Badura
  • Art Club's Next Meeting is March 4th.

    Art Club will be meeting on Monday March 4th. All Art Club members must attend as this is our last meeting before the Makers Faire 

    on March 7th. 

    Posted Feb 20, 2019, 10:17 AM by Sue Badura
  • Anime Club's Next Meeting is February 28th


    Anime Club will be meeting on Thursday, Feburary 28th from 3pm to 4pm in the art room. 
    Posted Feb 20, 2019, 10:14 AM by Sue Badura
  • National Junior Honor Society Upcoming Meeting Dates
    Upcoming National Junior Honor Society Upcoming Meetings

    Other meeting are:
    Monday, 2/25/2019
    Monday, 3/25/2019
    Monday, 4/29/2019
    Monday 5/20/2019 (Year End Party)

    Lori Kenney
    NJHS Advisor
    Posted Feb 20, 2019, 10:07 AM by Sue Badura
  • Last Call to Pre-Order a John Long 2018-2019 Yearbook!!!
    Last call to pre-order a 2018-2019 Yearbook.  If you have not ordered a book for your child, you can still purchase one by going to jostensyearbooks.com and searching for John Long Middle School.  All pre-orders must be in by Monday, February 25th.  There will be some extra books available for purchase in June, but pre-ordering now is the only way to guarantee that your child will receive one.  You should also be receiving emails from Jostens if you have not ordered a yearbook yet.  

    If you have any questions, please contact Sarah Stanislawski at sstanislawski@grafton.k12.wi.us.

    Posted Feb 20, 2019, 11:30 AM by Sue Badura
  • MakersFaire at John Long, March 7, 2019
    Hooray!!! It's time to prepare for the 3rd Annual Grafton Schools MakersFaire!!!

    Makers, creators, and curious community members are invited to join us at John Long Middle School on March 7, 2019 from 5:00-7:30pm. If you are interested in reserving a display booth,  featuring your business, club or community group, or helping out with the event please contact Ms. Morgan at JLMS.


    Ms. Morgan
    262-376-5859
    rmorgan@grafton.k12.wi.us

    Posted Feb 20, 2019, 11:31 AM by Sue Badura
  • Ozaukee Family Services' Offering Free Workshop

    This free parenting workshop is:  
    Understanding Anxiety In Your Child.  See the attached flyer for more information.
    Posted Feb 20, 2019, 11:54 AM by Sue Badura
  • The Middle Years

    Please see the latest edition of the Middle Years, provided by Mrs. Brady, our School Counselor.

    Posted Feb 20, 2019, 11:32 AM by Sue Badura
  • John Long Announcements

    See announcements:


    Date

    Information to be read

    2/18

    • Don’t forget that Art Club is meeting today from 3pm to 4pm  in the art room. Art Club will be continuing to plan our make and take events for the makers faire in March.

    • Less than one month left for Grafton Schools Makersfaire - held here at JLMS, Thursday March 7th from 5-7:30pm. You’ll see amazing artists, exceptional engineers, and even a Dalek or two! It isn’t too late to join us as a Maker, see Ms. Morgan or Ms. Satari for details

    • It’s time to play Library BINGO!  Read books and earn prizes. If you would like to play, please see Mrs. Mawer or Mrs. Stewart in the LMC.  

    • This week, Student Council is sponsoring Random Acts of Kindness Week! This week is all about doing something kind for someone when ever you can. Some things you could is compliment someone, hold a door open for someone, or say hello to someone you don’t normally talk to. The possibilities are endless. Tomorrow’s spirit week theme will be tie-dye and neon day. Wear your brightest neon or most spectacular tie-dye!

    • Student Council members, just a reminder that there is a meeting in Ms. Tomich’s room today during SOAR. New members are always welcome!

    • Attention Yearbook staff members:  This week’s meetings are after school on Tuesday and before school on Thursday.

    • Congratulations JLMS!  Last week we reached 500 Falcon Feathers so we will have an incentive day on Thursday.  Over the next couple days your teachers will tell you exactly what you’ll be doing that day.  Today’s drawing winner is Jordan T.  Please come to the office to pick up your prize.

    • Attention band members: the Falcon Ensemble will rehearse today and on Wednesday during SOAR time.  Please report to the band room for Falcon Ensemble if you have not been requested by another teacher.

    2/19

    • National Junior Honor Society will have an extended meeting on February 25th  for the Ozaukee Humane Society service project.  Our meeting will run from 2:45 - 4:00. If anyone has fleece at home or would like to contribute any supplies for the project, please bring it to the meeting.

    • It’s time to play Library BINGO!  Read books and earn prizes. If you would like to play, please see Mrs. Mawer or Mrs. Stewart in the LMC.

    • Remember that this week is Random Acts of Kindness Week, sponsored by Student Council. Has one of your friends ever helped you through a rough patch in your life, or has a teacher helped you be the best that you can be? Remember that a “thank you” goes a long way, so make sure to thank anyone that helps you today and every day. Tomorrow’s spirit week theme is pajama day, so get cozy but remember that no blankets or stuffed animals are allowed.

    • Today’s Falcon Feather drawing winner for responsibility is Sam C.  Please come to the office to pick up your prize.  Don’t forget to continue to be responsible, respectful, and safe.

    2/20

    • Remember that this week is Random Acts of Kindness Week. Kindness never stops spreading. Every time you do something kind,  you’ll inspire someone else to do something kind. Today do something kind to your parents, friends, teachers! Let’s see how far we can spread kindness today. Tomorrow’s spirit week theme is Grafton/John Long Spirit Day. Wear your best Black Hawk, Falcon, black and orange, or maroon and white gear!

    • National Junior Honor Society will have an extended meeting on February 25th  for the Ozaukee Humane Society service project.  Our meeting will run from 2:45 - 4:00. If anyone has fleece at home or would like to contribute any supplies for the project, please bring it to the meeting.

    • It’s time to play Library BINGO!  Read books and earn prizes. If you would like to play, please see Mrs. Mawer or Mrs. Stewart in the LMC.

    • Today’s Falcon Feather drawing winner for responsibility is Hailey G.  Please come to the office to pick up your prize.  Don’t forget to continue to be responsible, respectful, and safe.

    • Attention band members: the Falcon Ensemble will rehearse today during SOAR time.  Please report to the band room for Falcon Ensemble if you have not been requested by another teacher.

    2/21

    • National Junior Honor Society will have an extended meeting on February 25th  for the Ozaukee Humane Society service project.  Our meeting will run from 2:45 - 4:00. If anyone has fleece at home or would like to contribute any supplies for the project, please bring it to the meeting.

    Posted Feb 20, 2019, 10:34 AM by Sue Badura
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