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Jefferson High School
4141 Flowing Springs Road
Shenandoah Junction, WV 25442
304-725-8491  phone
304-728-6590  fax
 
Dave Rogers, Interim Principal

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  • Dear Jefferson High School community,


    Welcome to the 2015-16 school year!  Thank you for your partnership in seeking a new principal for Jefferson High School.  We have had more than 450 responses to our online survey and want to update you on this process.  The interview team spent a significant amount of time reviewing your survey responses, scoring applicant data portfolios, interviewing candidates and checking references. Ultimately, the team determined that to meet the high expectations of our community, we need to expand this search.  


    While we hoped to have a principal announced prior to the start of the school year, we know meeting the high expectations that we share for this position must be our first priority.   Therefore, next week a new broader search will launch through national educational publications.  Dave Rogers will continue as the interim principal through the opening of school to accommodate this broader search.


    In conjunction with the outstanding administrative team, faculty and service personnel I am confident that the students will enjoy the same high quality educational experience that is the hallmark of Jefferson High School.   Thank you for your time and support of Jefferson County Schools.  


    Bondy Shay Gibson, Ed.D.  
    Superintendent 
    Jefferson County Schools

     

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  • U.S. News and World Report Awards JHS a Silver Medal for the 2nd Year - Ranks School #3 of High Schools in West Virginia and in Top 10% Nationwide (#2109 out of more than 21,000 Public High Schools in the 50 States and the District of Columbia). http://www.usnews.com/education/best-high-schools/west-virginia/districts/jefferson-county-schools/
         
     
     
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    Please pick up your student schedule in the main lobby on the following date and time:

     Seniors:  Aug. 10th   8am - 11am

    Juniors and Sophomores:  Aug. 11th  8am - 11am
     
    Freshman: Aug. 12th 6pm-8pm (during freshman orientation) 
     

     
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    Freshman Orientation

    Aug. 12, 2015

    JHS Auditorium
     
    6:00 pm - 8:00 pm 

     
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  • BASEBALL STATE CHAMPIONS

    Congratulations to the JHS Baseball Team who are once again State Champions!! The Cougars defeated Nitro 2 - 1 on Saturday  (6/6/) morning.  This is the 11th state title for Cougars' Baseball making them the winningest baseball program in the state. 
     
     
     
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  • Bailey Needs Your Vote

     
    Bailey Pellicano has made it into the top ten finalists at Stuck at Prom, a competition that awards scholarship monies to students brave enough to design and wear a prom gown and tuxedo combination made entirely out of duct tape.  You can see a photo of her work below and in the rotating images above. She and her date have a chance for significant scholarship money but they need our votes. Prizes go to the students and their school as follows:
    First Place: $10,000 each and $5,000 to the school
    Second Place: $5,000 each and $3,000 to the school
    Third Place: $3,000 each and $2,000 to the school
    Runners Up: $500 each and $500 to the school
    Click on the link below to see all ten finalists and vote, vote, vote!!
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  • ARTISTIC EXCELLENCE

    Abigail Snyder and Joe Stimmel have advanced to the Congressional Art Awards Semi-finals representing WV’s 2nd District.   We are extremely proud of them! Only one student from each of the three WV districts is selected each year. The winner’s  art will be on display at the nation’s Capital for a year and he, or she, will be invited to Washington D.C. for a reception.  In addition, Jefferson had two winners in the Martinsburg Journal Design-An-Ad competition, Emma Damm and Sarah Miscus.   Emma Damm earned 1st place honors and Sarah Miscus took 2nd place in their respective age groups. Finally, Jefferson had several students  showcase their work in the County Art Show at the Charles Town Fire Hall Gallery.
     
     
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  •  BEST ACTOR

    Mitchell Wajda was recently named Best Actor among all West Virginia high school performers.  Mitchell is a senior at JHS and this is his third year receiving this award.  You can see Mitchell, with his trophies, in the rotating images above. Way to go Mitch!!
     
     
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  • Online Math Resources

    Online Math Resources

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