JV Volleyball wins in straight sets vs Hicksville 25-12, 25-21!!
JH football holds on to win 8-0!! Great job by all involved! Cheerleaders, players, and coaches!!
TOUCHDOWN PILOTS!! JHFB scores with 1:09 in the 3rd and converts the 2pt conversion to take an 8-0 lead over Wayne Trace!!
Congrats to the 7th grade Volleyball team for beating Edgerton in straight sets!!
The Freshman Volleyballers get the win over Hicksville in the third set!! Way to go girls!
Busy day at school this evening JH Football and JH Volleyball at 5pm. Please park in the South parking lot for these events. HS volleyball triple header starts at 4:30pm. Park in North parking lot and enter door 2 HS entrance please.
ATTENTION: The pool will be closed for the week of 9/13-9/19 for maintenance. This includes all public swims.
Our Cabin Fever Staff Spotlight Honoree for the week of 9/7-9/10: Mr. Wehri!! Mr. Wehri is a JH History teacher and his daily positive attitude is contagious!! Thanks to Cabin Fever Coffee for sponsoring our weekly Staff Spotlight!!
Our Cabin Fever Staff Spotlight Honoree for the week of 8/31-9/3: Mrs. Franks.!!
Mrs. Franks is a Special Education teacher and is doing an amazing job with our students!
Thanks to Cabin Fever Coffee for sponsoring our weekly Staff Spotlight!!
The 2022 HS Yearbooks are on sale now! Order forms are available in the office or you can order online at
The deadline for the Early Bird Special is September 24. If you purchase now the price is $60. If you personalize your yearbook for an additional $6.75 then, you get up to 4 icons for FREE!
It is going to be an amazing book, so don't miss out!
The yearbook staff and Mrs. Arts
Thank you to Mrs. Goonan for hanging some more POSITIVE messages downtown! Love to see it!
From Mrs. Maas’ classroom: We did a Science experiment with pop and Mentos! It was a fun experiment and a fun way to learn about the Scientific Method! Next we will figure out our results and our conclusion.
From Coach Dales’ Health class: Students gave their Current Event Article Presentations both from home and school. The class discussed current health topics that we are faced with today in our society: Rylan gave a great presentation to the class about a current health topic.
From Mr. Silver’s class: Physics students are studying the variables that affect the period of a pendulum. They collected data that will be used to calculate the length of an unknown pendulum.
From Ms. Budke’s class: It's great to be back to reading! Sophomores are hitting the books again and reading W. W. Jacobs' "The Monkey's Paw," while they practice tying their inferences to specific elements of the text.
From Mrs. Reiner’s classes: Tyson is showing off knowing all of the Bill of Rights. In AP US History- students are discussing the causes of the American Revolution and ranking which is the number one cause. They are using evidence to support their answer.
From Mr. Flory’s classroom:
The Financial Algebra class is learning how to convert raw data into a z-score and then into a percentage that places it onto the normal distribution curve. Now that's a lot of numbers!
From Mr. Pott’s classroom:
Ava, Mila and the rest of the Computer Apps class are working extremely hard to learn how to type quickly and accurately using home row typing. The students have a goal to type 45 words per minute by the end of the semester.
From Miss Stehura’s Choir room:
7th grade students are rehearsing “Song for the Unsung Hero”. It was written to honor those lost in 9/11. They are preparing for veteran’s day program. This is only their second day rehearsing the song!