School Photos

Tech 9 - Engineering a Thermos Activity
May, 2017

Tech 9 Thermos Flask Design Pictures

16th annual Garry Troake Memorial Heritage Fair
March 24, 2017

Junior High students, Grades 7 - 9, show off their Heritage Fair projects for the judges. (Please note that not all projects are shown ... experiencing a little difficulty with the camera ... will upload more as they become available)

Heritage Fair 2017 Pics

A Day in the Shop
March 2017

Students work on go-carts as part of Skilled Trades project.

Skilled Trades Shop

Click on the link to check out some snaps from Rock the Gate 2016/2017! 

Tuesday, March 14, 2017

Our Grade Twelve students spent the day skiing the slopes of the White Hills! They had a blast! Check out some pictures of the day below.

Ski Trip 2017

Wednesday, March 8, 2017

This one's NOT for the pot!

Things are cookin' in Mrs. Blackler's Biology class and students definitely look like they are having fun but these moose hearts won't find their way into the pot tonight!




Monday, February 28, 2017

As part of a program that targets high school students and encourages exploration of engineering technology, Mrs. Blackler's Career class completes a number of interactive activities, including the assembly of a basic robot.  Thank you to Sammi-Jo Bulgin, a former student of JMOC, who contacted the school to inform us of this fun and relevant opportunity.





Thursday, February 9, 2017

Students in the Music 8 class this year made their own Traditional Newfoundland Instruments. They all sounded great! 

                      Jacob Bath, Casey Osmond, Beth Burton, Jack White, Jacob Bennett, and Jenna Blake

Wednesday, February 8, 2017

Our Chemistry 3202 students tried their hands at acid-base titrations today... and no endpoints were overshot! Great job guys!

Focus at it's finest! Ben, Danielle and Brady!                                        Perfect endpoint! Brooklyn, Caleb, Ben and Zach!

Awesome job guys! Mark, Megan, and Natalie

Thursday, February 3, 2017

A great day outside building quinzees with the Grade 7 and 8 students. Thank you Mr. Sturge!

A quinzhee or quinzee is a snow shelter made by gathering a large pile of snow and then hollowing it out. This is in contrast to an igloo, which is made from blocks of hard snow. The word is of Athabaskan origin, and entered the English language by 1984.

                              A great day outside building quinzees with Grade 7 and Grade 8 students.      




February 2017

French 2200 students take a break from the textbook unit on Dance to flaunt a few moves and jingle their hip scarves. A big thank you to Suzanne Norman, Sarah Carter, and Rachel Troke for sharing their love of the dance and presenting today's lesson. We are ever fortunate to have people in the community who are happy and eager to share their talents and gifts with our school community!