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JM JAGUARS

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J.M.I.S

1010 Camino Pablo
Moraga, CA 94556

Attendance Line: 925-377-4216

Main: 925-376-7206
Fax: 925-376-6836

 

 

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Absence/Leaving Early

Must Call or Email before 9:00a.m.

Attendance Line: (925) 377-4216

Email (must include date & reason for the absence)

 

MEDICAL FORMS

Available in "FORMS" section

Self Administered Inhaler/Epipen

Permission to Administer O.T.C.

Prescription Med.

Office Staff

Joan Danilson, Principal

David Lanuza, Asst. Principal

Marcia Holbrook, Secretary

Alisa Oliver, Secretary/Registrar

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JMIS Event Calendar

Parent Coffee for New and Incoming 6th Grade Parents

“Everything you always wanted to know about JMIS and more!”

 

Don’t miss this opportunity to talk to Joan Danilson, JM’s Principal, David Lanuza, JM’s Assistant Principal, Jessica Stafford, PTA President, Gaby Alvarez, JM Counselor, and a Core and Math JM teacher representatives. 

 

Join us at the JM library on one of these times:

Monday, February 26 starting at 9:45 AM

Monday, February 26 starting at 6:30 PM

 

No need to RSVP.  The meetings will last approximately one hour. 

Hope to see you there!

6th Grade Electives 2018-2019

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Writing and music entries due March 6

Art entries due March 8th

Awards Ceremony April 19th

 

You can enter up to 5 categories, Four(4) Categories + iKind 


Click here for the entry form

Check the JMPTA website for more details and rules on each category. 

Winners will receive a ribbon, certificate and cash prizes: $20 for 1st, $10 for 2nd, $5 for 3rd

Extra credit is available from some teachers

All participants are invited to attend the Awards Ceremony and Reception during 7th period on April 19th

Wellness Committee presents

The Moraga School District Wellness Committee presents “Stress and How to Deal with it”, presented by JM counselor Gaby Alvarez and parent and pediatrician Paul Espinas.  The program will focus on stress and its effects on health, how to manage it and how to practice resilience.  The program will be interactive and is designed  for 5th-8th grade students and parents and support providers.  5th graders must be accompanied by a parent or support provided.  Sign up HERE for the program, which will be held in the JM library on March 15 from 6:30 to 8:00PM.  Light snacks will be served.

Supporting Adolescents Through Middle School

Supporting Adolescents Through Middle School
 

This Five Part Series for Teachers & Families will be presented by Olivia Flint, School Psychologist, and Gaby Alverez, Counselor.   

 

Presentations will be held in the JM Library from 6:30 - 7:30 PM.   

 

Please RSVP to Sally McLaughlin, smclaughlin@moraga.k12.ca.us 

 

3/1     Unique and Particular Stressors in Middle and High School

3/21   Adolescents at Home and in the Community

4/11   Adolescents at School

4/27  Sexuality, Aggression, Self Harm, Bullying, School Struggles,  Substance/Tech Abuse & Coping 

8th Grade Graduation Information

In the next six months, your 8th grader will be graduating from JM and Cruising into High School!  We look forward to celebrating this milestone and wanted to make you aware of all the fun activities.  Click here for more information.

News

2/21/18

The Moraga School District Wellness Committee presents “Stress and How to Deal with it”, presented by JM counselor Gaby Alvarez and parent and pediatrician Paul Espinas.  The program will focus on stress and its effects on health, how to manage it and how to practice resilience.  The program will be interactive and is designed  for 5th-8th grade students and parents and support providers.  5th graders must be accompanied by a parent or support provided.  Sign up HERE for the program, which will be held in the JM library on March 15 from 6:30 to 8:00PM.  Light snacks will be served.

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2/12/18

Congratulations to the Jaguars of the Week!


6th Grade - Viggo W.

7th Grade - Diego D.

8th Grade - Mathilde G..


Students are selected by consistently demonstrating:

  1. Positive relationships with their peers
  2. Accepted responsibilities associated with academic effort and achievement
  3. Demonstrate many of the 16 life skills
  4. Worthy to be held up as models for other students to emulate
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2/9/18

Saturday, February 24, 2018   volunteers will remove Fire Blight - damaged branches from the 104 year old pear orchard adjacent to Joaquin Moraga School in Moraga. The trees are doing better after several years of fire blight removal, treatment with an organic fertilizer last year, and our winter rains in 2016/7.  But unfortunately the winter rains promote the growth of fire blight,

especially if it is a warm rain when the blossoms are open. The Fire Blight infection threatened to kill this historic orchard, which is a source of great local pride and the impetus for the annual Moraga Pear Festival;  In addition, each year the Moraga Park Foundation glean the pears for the Contra Costa Food Bank, supplying  much-needed fresh produce for the hungry (this year more than 8000 pounds of pears from the JM Orchard!).

Pruning for the last 4 years by community volunteers has vastly improved the health of the trees, but some fire blight remains and it will always be a threat to these trees to some degree.

 

This event is sponsored by the Moraga School District which owns the land, and the Town of Moraga, with the assistance of Republic Services. There will be instruction, tools,  and a lot of fun. Bring gloves, sunscreen, hats and sturdy shoes. If you have them bring (labeled with your name), loppers, hand pruners and (especially needed) pole pruners and orchard ladders.

 

 

Come have a fun morning with friends and save our iconic pears!

9-1, Saturday February 24, 2018. 1000 Camino Pablo at Canyon (across from St Monica’s)

 

 

Heavy rain cancels

 

For more information: Bobbie Preston:  925- 376-8474 or barbarampreston@comcast.net.    

 

 

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1/4/18

Would you like to participate in hands-on, interactive science, technology, engineering and math workshops? Meet career professionals who share your passion, and other techie girls who think like you?

From Beekeeping and Agriculture, Bottle Rockets: Aerospace Engineering to Disassembling and Rebuilding a Computer, your day will be filled with exciting speakers and activities.

 

Take a look at our brochure for additional details about the conference:  Click here

 

Not sponsored or endorsed by the Moraga School District

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Pick Up and Drop Off

Caution

School traffic guidelines for picking up and dropping off students.

  • Always pull as far forward as possible for pick and drop off
  • Passing is not permitted in the pick-up/drop off lane
  • do not park in red zones
  • do not enter the bus circle during arrival and dismissal times
  • do not enter areas where signs are posted "Do Not Enter"
  • arrive a few minutes later (after 2:24) when there will be less traffic
  • consider a drop off/pick up location other than the front of school
  • have your child ready to quickly leave your vehicle
  • always look ahead, behind and check side mirrors before moving
  • do not block crosswalks

View our traffic flow map for pick up and drop off - click HERE