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December Calendar

Oracle Author to Visit JMS

Saturday Academy

DEC 11
Pep Rally

DEC 12
Badminton Tournament
NJHS Induction Ceremony

DEC 13
Door Decorating Contest Begins

DEC 17
Holiday Spirit Week

DEC 18
Double Lunch

DEC 19
Holiday Dance 1:30-3:30pm
Extended Homeroom for LCAP
Unified Sports Tournament

December 20
Door Decorating Judging
Hosting Finley Holiday Program in Gym

DEC 21-JAN 7
Winter Break

First Day Back
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Oracle Author to Visit JMS on Thursday, December 6

The Oracle Series explains why Pangaea separated, why iconic real-life geographic mysteries exist, and why it is Ret Cooper’s destiny to #CureTheWorld physically and socially.
The series chronicles the quest of a teenage boy who travels the world, exploring our planet’s greatest geographic mysteries while collecting nature’s six core physical elements (earth, fire, ore, wind, wood, water) and placing them inside the Oracle.

Bring Back an Order Form and get an Autograph at the Event!
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Morning Weight Lifting Club

If your interested in getting fit Johnson has a fitness lab that is totally free for Warriors to use. The Weight Lifting Club is Monday through Friday from 7:25am-7:55am. If your interested see Mr. Schammann in the Fitness lab in the morning.
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Parent Information Night: Keeping Our Kids Safe

Johnson Middle School held a great Parent Information Night at school recently. It was a relevant, impactful event coordinated by the school counselor, Rita Neumann. Johnson parents were empowered through knowledge from speakers from Orange County Department of Education and our Westminster Police Department. Even Westminster Chief of Police, Ralph Ornelas, came to share some insights! Parents learned about significant topics including the dangers of vaping, signs of human trafficking, gang recruitment, and the importance of sleep for kids. Parents were able to ask questions in a group setting, as well as one on one with presenters and all attendees enjoyed a free dinner after the event. Johnson Middle School believes that as a learning community, it is important to model what it means to be lifelong learners and they would like to thank the parents and staff in attendance who set such a great example.
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