Upcoming Campus Events
  • JJMS PTO General Meeting March 3
  • JJMS Science Fair March 4
  • IMES Reading Under the Stars March 4
  • KES Starry Story Night March 4
  • JJMS Booster Club Meeting March 4
  • JJMS PTO Speaker March 5
  • MPES PTO Pasta Night & Open Library March 6
  • JJHS PTO Speaker March 9
  • JJMS PTO Meeting / Principal's Coffee March 10
  • MPES PTA Meeting / Principal's Coffee March 10
  • IMES PTO Meeting / Principal's Coffee March 10
  • KES PTO General Membership Meeting March 11
  • KLSD Board of Education Meeting March 12
  • KLSD Superintendent's Coffee March 12
  • JJMS Musical Mary Poppins March 12 - 14
Students Explore Their World and How Things Work
Science Fair season has started! Each year, during these much-anticipated evenings, students serve up a smorgasbord of projects, explorations, and experiments spanning from how a record player works to why cats land on their feet, and much, much more!

The learning events are each powered by dedicated parent leaders and nurtured by a strong home-school connection.

Librarian-Teacher Team Helps Students Develop as Readers
These sixth graders have a personal book shopper--Library Media Specialist Jenn Useted! 

She's working with sixth grade teacher Marcia Daley-Savo to develop students’ identities as independent readers. Students meet with Usted and Daley-Savo to discuss their favorite books. They leave with personalized book lists to use at the library.

High School Kick's Off First-Ever "Spirit Week" for Sustainability
John Jay High School's first-ever Sustainability Week begins today! The five-day focus, hosted by the student-run Sustainability Club, provides teachers with ideas to decrease energy use in their classrooms, go paperless, and more.

Follow along and apply Sustainability Week’s tips at home through daily posts @KLSchools #KLGreen on Facebook and Twitter.

Congratulations, National Merit Scholarship Program Finalists !
John Jay High School is incredibly proud to announce that Johanna Schechter and Jessica Leff (also the valedictorian) are finalists in the National Merit Scholarship Program! Students receive this award based on their PSAT scores, activities and leadership, and an essay. 

"Johanna and Jessica continue to embody the values and high standards inherent in this renowned program," said Principal Steven Siciliano. "Congratulations!"
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