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Sunday, March 26th, 2006

Subject:Try a Peanut Paradise! Peanut butter, banana, non-fat-yogurt, & whey or soy protein.
Posted by:missingmemories.
Time:12:09 pm.
Mood: excited.

   




2007 E. Nettleton Ave.
Jonesboro, AR 72401
(next to Kinko's Copies)

Opens at 7am for breakfast!
Try a delicious breakfast wrap
on the way to school.
Smoothies w/ Energizer or Vitamin C
are great to start off the day!

Comments: Give 'em hail.

Thursday, February 9th, 2006

Subject:This weekend at JHS
Posted by:missingmemories.
Time:3:34 pm.

JHS Writing Contest
Any student can submit his/her short stories, poems, or essays.
There is no max or min length requirement.
The student's name and grade level should appear at the top of each typed entry.
All entries are due Friday, Feb. 10. That's TOMORROW. Turn them in to Mrs. Baine.

A Night of Entertainment
Dinner Theater & Choral Performance
Thursday, Friday, and Saturday.
House opens at 7, show starts at 7:30.
Tickets are $15 for the entire night or $5 for the play only.
Come see "Pillow Talk,"
starring Morgan Fincher and Sam Hall
with Bekah Baugh and Lance Patterson

Comments: 3 Hurricanes // Give 'em hail.

Thursday, December 8th, 2005

Posted by:missingmemories.
Time:10:39 am.


Saturday, December 10, 2005
9pm-midnight
JHS Commons Area

Tickets can be picked up at lunch
(Free with your gold card!)

Hope to see you there!

EM!LY
Comments: Give 'em hail.

Saturday, November 12th, 2005

Subject:Y e e h a w .
Posted by:missingmemories.
Time:3:00 pm.
Mood: bouncy.
    

T O N I G H T.
S h a k e   y o u r   b o o t y
f r o m   9 p m - m i d n i g h t .
J H S   C o m m o n s .

S u p p o r t   t h e   J - T e a m .
$ 5   a t   t h e   d o o r ,
o r   u s e   y o u r   g o l d   c a r d .

G i r l s ,   g r a b   y o u r   m a n ,
&   g e t   h i t c h e d
b y   M a r r y i n '   S a m .

Comments: Give 'em hail.

Wednesday, August 24th, 2005

Subject:optional.
Posted by:dreamxofxfevers.
Time:5:01 am.
Mood: nervous.
i just joined.

it's nice to be back, jhs.
i'm looking forward to being dragged into your gigantic web of soul-sucking drama this year. really.
and what makes it even better is that people will probably still be bitching about the dress code until christmas. hooray!
it really makes getting up in the morning worth it. in fact, i spend my entire weekend longing to be back in that cold, dark, and windowless building.

i'd go on, but i need to get ready for another day of overcrowded hallways, crazy amounts of homework and being yelled at by upper-classmen for simply existing.

but seriously.
you guys try to have a good day.



p.s. am i the only person at jhs that takes notice of mr. ewing's insane fits of twitching?
... surely not.
the man is as shakey as a nervous park squirrel.
Comments: 1 Hurricane // Give 'em hail.

Thursday, August 18th, 2005

Subject:Official Last Post of Summer: hurricane high style.
Posted by:missingmemories.
Time:2:03 pm.
Mood: excited.


Well, I remember my first day at public school
I was very scared of getting pummeled
And sure enough I did at first recess
I got pegged in the head by a big red ball
It stung and my head hung
Back to class with a bloody nose
And soon it was lunchtime
"
Pizza Day" by The Aquabats

For the Seniors:
This is our year.
It's our last chance at high school.
Our last chance to enjoy life as a real kid, I suppose.
And sadly, our last chance to be with the people
we've grown up with
and learned to
love
during the past twelve years.
I know for so many people this
SUMMER
has been one of the most amazing ones
we've ever had.
But now it's gone,
and it's time to make this year the
GREATEST
we'll ever remember.
Study hard, play harder.
Make new friends, but keep the old.
And graduation will be here
before you can say
Class of '06.

For the Juniors:
Being in eleventh grade is like
being the middle child.
You're not a sophie anymore,
but you're still under senior rule.
And for many of you,
this will be the
hardest
academic year you've had yet.
But you can still make it great.
And you can still have lots of fun.
So, just keep telling yourself,
only
two more years
until graduation for the
Class of '07.

For the Sophomores:

Being a Freshman in junior high really gives you
a false sense of security.
Welcome to real high school, kiddos.
You're the bottom of the food chain again.
But it's really not all that bad.
A few select sophies even hit it off with
upperclassmen
before the year is over.
Basically just give respect where it's due,
keep your mind on your studies,
and let your junior high rivalries fall by the wayside.
You're going to love or hate these people over the next
THREE LONG YEARS
before graduation.
And then you won't want to let them go.
Class of '08.


I'll see you guys at school tomorrow.

Emily

Comments: 2 Hurricanes // Give 'em hail.

Sunday, July 31st, 2005

Subject:Zero Tolerance, the new meaning of "Excellence in Education"
Posted by:missingmemories.
Time:3:43 pm.
Mood: amused.
This past spring, a Student Conduct Committee was formed, It was composed of an equal distribution of members of the student body representing gender, diversity, and leadership roles, as well as a selected group of faculty, building security, and the building administration. Jonesboro High school is known locally, regionally, and state wide for its excellent preparation of students academically for the future successes professionally. The committee's goal was to aligned with the same purpose or merging the discipline of training students in character, conduct, and dress to better complete the task of properly training our students for future roles in the professional workplace. Therefore, the following goals set by the committee are to be initiated during the 2005-2006 school year. Please read these carefully and help your student to be aware of these goals and the significance of partnering with Jonesboro High School for the purpose of better completing the concept of excellence in education. Your assistance is truly appreciated.

Dress Code
  1. All clothing will be of appropriate size.
  2. Pants and skirts will be worn at the waistline.
  3. Belts will be worn if the pants/skirts have belt loops.
  4. Female blouses/shirts must be long enough to completely cover the midriff when arms are raised straight over the head.
  5. Female blouses/shirts will not show cleavage.
  6. No lounge wear or house shoes are permitted.
  7. No hats, hoods, or any other type of headgear is permitted.
  8. No spandex shorts or shirts
  9. No shorts, Skirts, dresses, or dresses/skirts with slits more than 4 inches above the knee.
  10. No bare back or bare midriff showing in shirts of dresses.
  11. No jeans with holes or slits.
  12. No tank tops, spaghetti straps, or tube tops.
  13. No mesh or fishnet tops.
  14. No transparent clothings without visible clothing underneath.
  15. No sunglasses.
  16. No facial jewelry including tongue rings.
  17. No clothing that advertises substances such as alcohol or tobacco or is suggestive in nature or represents/promotes gang activity or violence.

Hallways

  1. Students will walk on the right side of the hallway no more than 2 abreast.
  2. Students will proceed through the hallways at a reasonable pace and will not block other students who may be moving more quickly.
  3. Noise levels above normal will not be tolerated. No yelling.
  4. If a student leaves the room during class period, he/she must has a pass and the teacher must notify the office of that student's destination. The student's name, destination, and purpose will be logged in the office. If a student has not returned in a reasonable amount of time, the office will be notified.
  5. Any teacher may ask to see a student's ID badge at any time. Failure to have the badge will be considered an act of insubordination, which carries the penalty of out of school suspension (unexcused absence).
  6. Any rough-housing, scuffling, etc. will not be tolerated.
  7. Any infraction will be considered an act of insubordination, which carries the penalty of out of school suspension (unexcused absence).

Lunchroom

  1. Students will stay seated after getting tray/food from the snack bar and will not be up unless returning tray or disposing of garbage.
  2. Any student asking to go to the library during lunch must have a note from a teacher stating their reason for needing library service.
  3. Noise will be kept to a minimum. The use of "inside voice" is required. There will be no yelling or shouting at students across the commons area.
  4. there will be no loitering or roughhousing in the pit area.
  5. Behavior in the courtyard will be the same as inside the commons.
  6. Any infraction will be considered an act of insubordination, which carries the penalty of out of school suspension (unexcused absence).

I would like to personally invite you and your family to attend our Open House on Tuesday, August 16, 2005. Please join me in Hurricane Gymnasium at 6:00 p.m. for a short meeting. After this meeting, you will have the opportunity to visit your child's classrooms and teachers.
Comments: 8 Hurricanes // Give 'em hail.

Friday, July 15th, 2005

Posted by:_cloudyeyes.
Time:2:29 am.
Wow....hats off to you guys!



I mean you guys are so damn cool for making a lj community...just for jhs! I mean wow, that's not even school spirit...it's just dumb and pointless. And the jhs band thing I mean come on! But I mean it's like you're going to get over 15 members because how many people at jhs have lj's (and that's not including band members?)


Thanks for your time,


xStephenx
Comments: Give 'em hail.

Wednesday, July 6th, 2005

Posted by:ditzy_chik_07.
Time:11:29 pm.
Hey I go to JHS.....And I know Jessy Miller. Go Canes!
Comments: Give 'em hail.

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