High School Morning Announcements

  • Announcements 
    January 15, 2019

    Andes (12/19, 12/20 & 1/7, 1/9, 1/10, 1/14, 1/16)
    Art Club
    Art Club will be meeting January 17th to kick off the 2019 school year! Come ready to create in room G015! 

    Dinko (12/26/18-1/28/19)
    ACT Next Level Prep Seminar
    Jackson HS once again is hosting a College Admissions & ACT Preparation Seminar for interested students.  This year’s seminar will occur on Saturday, February 2, 2019, 8:00am to 2:30pm, here at Jackson High School.  Students will learn helpful strategies for doing their best on the ACT as well as how college admissions officers evaluate application folders.  The cost is just $79 per student, which includes the seminar itself, a comprehensive 400-page workbook, online access to over 1000 sample questions, and free/live/call-in tutoring.  Details and registration information can be found on the NLP Massillon Jackson flyer available in Student Services or by visiting the Next Level Prep website.  Registration deadline is Thursday, January 31, 2019. This seminar would be especially helpful for juniors who all will take the state-required ACT exam on February 20, 2019 at JHS.

    Dinko (1/7/19-1/22/19)
    Are you good at taking standardized tests or want more practice for the PSAT/NMSQT or SAT? Registration is now open for Freshmen and Sophomores who want to take the PSAT 8/9 or PSAT 10 test at JHS on Tuesday, February 26, 2019. This is an optional test for Freshmen and Sophomores who want additional practice for the PSAT/NMSQT or SAT. The test will start at the beginning of the school day and run about 3.5 hours. The test cost is $18. Students can pick up a registration form from their English teacher or in the Student Services Office. The registration deadline is Wednesday, January 23, 2019. If you have any questions, please contact your school counselor or Dr. Dinko. 

    Hawkins (12/12/18 - 1/16/19)
    KSU Stark Branch - Application Day
    Attention all seniors: Kent State University-Stark Branch will be here on January 16th at 1:00pm, to assist you in their college application. All application fees will be waived if you attend and apply to KSU Stark on this date. Please come to Student Services, if you wish to attend. 

    Ignatz-Hoover (1/15, 1/16)
    Outdoor Club
    Tired of being inside all winter? Want to get out and do something fun? Join Outdoor Club and go Tobogganing Sunday, January 27th. For more information there will be a meeting after school in Room N113 on both January 15th and January 16th. If you are not able to attend, you can email Ms. Ignatz-Hoover or stop by her room. We hope to see you there! 

    Kane (January 10-16)
    Medical Club
    Our next Medical club meeting will be held on January 16th, right after school in J106. Hope to see you there! 

    Kracker (ALL YEAR)

    Breakfast is available in the High School Cafeteria from 7:10 through 7:35 each school day. 

    Kramarich (Jan 7 thru Jan 17, 2019)
    Lost and Found
    If you are missing an item, please stop in the Attendance Office to see if it's in Lost and Found. All items remaining after January 17th will be donated to charity. Thank you. 

    Peterson (until January 22nd)
    Drivers’ Education
    Our next Drivers' Ed courses at Jackson High School will begin on Tuesday, January 22nd at 3 pm in rooms A10 and A11. To register or for further details please go to the National Driver Training Website: http://nationaldrivertrainingohio.com/jackson 

    Stone (1/10 - 2/8/19)
    Interact Club (Rotary) and JAGS (Jackson Academy for Global Studies)
    JAGS and Interact would like to invite you to a fun service opportunity (up to 4.5 hours!) on February 8th in the High School Commons. People may come and go as they please from 3:00 - 7:30pm to make fleece tie blankets for Akron Children's Hospital while hanging out with their friends. Food and drink will be provided, so stop by and have some fun while helping for a good cause. 

    Taray (Jan 15-24)
    Youth and Government
    Democracy must be learned by each generation! Have you ever had a great idea for a new law or how to improve one? Youth & Government is a three-day learning conference in which students participate directly in a simulation of the democratic process! Serve as a mock senator or representative, write & debate your own bill, & learn how your voice can be heard in this 10 week afterschool program. At the conclusion of this program students will travel to Columbus where they will take part directly in our State Government with other students across Ohio in our State House chambers & committees. Youth & Government offers students the opportunity to learn about a wide variety of issues, develop critical thinking skills, and articulate their beliefs while engaging constructively with those who hold like and opposing views. An informational meeting will be held Thursday Jan 24th from 2:45-3:15pm in room A200