Upcoming Campus Events
  • Board of Education meeting March 7
  • SEPTO Presentation at JJHS: How to Help Your Child "Give" and Get What They Want Out of Relationships March 11
  • ArtsAlive meeting March 11
  • IMES Superintendent's Coffee March 12
  • MPES Principal's Coffee / PTA Meeting March 12
  • KES PTO meeting March 13
  • JJHS PTO meeting: ACT vs. SAT March 13
  • Board of Education meeting March 14
  • JJMS PTO Meeting: Adolescents Presentation and Conversation March 14
  • JJMS PTO Dance March 15
Creativity Abounds at Elementary School Science Fairs
Increase Miller Elementary hosted their first S.T.R.E.A.M. Convention. MORE . Katonah Elementary School's students met with dozens of visiting scientists during their Science Fair. MORE. Meadow Pond Elementary School Students are busy preparing for their Science Fair on April 10.

Thank you to our elementary school PTA/PTOs for creating these wonderful celebrations of curiosity and creativity.
Middle School Students Explore Interests at Science Fair
John Jay Middle School's 36th Annual Science Fair was organized by science teachers Zach Miller and Christine Watroba. The students took it from there--exploring topics from Alzheimer's disease to the variables leading to successful arrow penetration.

"These projects are all self-driven," said Mr. Miller at the awards presentation. "This independent work is driven by a love of science."   MORE.
Middle School Science Olympiad Team Competes at Regionals
John Jay Middle School's Science Olympiad team placed 7th out of 25 teams at the Lower Hudson Regional on March 2. For individual results, see HERE. 

Science Olympiad is an after-school club led by Suzanne Guziec, Evan Lucieer, and Tina Russo. Students work cooperatively to build devices that complete tasks based upon specifications provided and prepare for academic events.
Seniors Advance in Science and Humanities Symposium
Congratulations to Heather Sherr and Mikaela Marcotullio for placing second in their categories at the Westchester-Rockland Junior Science and Humanities Symposium (JSHS). They will head to the Upstate New York JSHS as speakers and to compete for Nationals.

Amanda Huang and Will Hasapis placed third in their categories and will present posters at Upstate JSHS. Jordan Sandell placed first in her poster category. MORE.
Congratulations to 2019 National Merit Scholarship Finalists!
John Jay High School is proud to announce six National Merit Scholarship Finalists: Shu-Nan Chang, Thomas Feinstein, Ruby Potash, Jacob Tabs, Abigail Wilson, and Fayth Wisehart.
 
“These students have shown exemplary performance in the classroom and have challenged themselves with our most rigorous course offerings,” said Principal Steven Siciliano. “We and are very proud of them and their achievements.”

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