Breakfast and Lunch: We will continue to offer pick up of free breakfast and lunch at each school as we have done throughout the fall. Pick-up of meals is along the side ramp at Mahoney from 9:45-10:30 a.m. or at Brick Hill and Red Bank from 11:30 a.m. -12:15 p.m.
Breakfast:, Pancakes, syrup, juice, fruit and milk
Lunch: Cheeseburger, French Fries, Corn, fresh fruit and milk
Reading Challenge prizes will be available this week on Thursday and Friday. Be listening for more details, but if you are interested in cashing in some of your points, be sure to have your Challenge paper ready to be validated at the end of the week.
Students, please get in the habit of checking your email everyday. You never know what you might find and/or learn!
Yearbooks are now on sale! Head to the Mahoney webpage to find the link. Yearbooks can be pre-ordered through that link for $27. Safe, secure, and socially-distanced!
The JMG students are excited to announce that they are starting a monthly awareness campaign in an effort to raise students' awareness. One of the best parts about awareness days is that it shines a light on something you might not otherwise know about and inspires you to get involved.
JMG would like to begin with Black History Month and this week they are focusing on Vice President Kamala Harris. VP Kamala Harris who is 54, is several firsts in the White House: the first woman, the first African American woman, the first Indian American and the first Asian American. The daughter of two immigrants — her father came from Jamaica — she would also be the second biracial president, after Barack Obama.
Harris has often said that she is comfortable with her identity, and that her identity makes her uniquely suited to represent those on the margins, but that above all she simply wants to be seen as an American. To learn more about our new Vice President, look for information on Mahoney’s webpage
Quote: Sometimes the right path is not the easiest one