Spending the day at the NAU Teacher Recruiting Fair. If you know anyone interested in the following positions, send them our way! -Kindergarten -1st grade -K-8 teacher -Special Education -High School Science -High School Choir
Check out the latest "What's Happening in the District" flyer (March 2023). https://docs.google.com/document/d/1ReGyZWoMlKpGhnwnc0qohYOdYOgv23to/edit?usp=sharing&ouid=101867383739171327164&rtpof=true&sd=true
Happy School Maintenance/Grounds Worker Day! We have some of the best men working for us who make our facilities and grounds some of the nicest around. These men go above and beyond in doing whatever it takes to take care of our schools, and we are very grateful for them. (Not pictured is our amazing Maintenance and Transportation Director, Andy Lunsford).
Our SJMS Boys Redskins will be taking on the Snowflake Lobos at the Snowflake High School Gym today at 5:00 p.m. If you are in the area stop by and support those boys as the compete in the second round of play offs as well.
Lets fill our gym TODAY to support our SJMS Lady Redskins as they take on the Lobos from Snowflake in the second round of the play offs. Today at 4:00 p.m. at the St. Johns MIddle School Gym.
Come support our kids as they present...Seven Brides for Seven Brothers. There will 2 cast performing on different nights. White cast will perform on Thursday and Saturday. Red cast will perform on Friday and Monday. Please see cast list below. Performances start at 7pm each evening. $5 per individual or $25 per family.
Today's baseball and softball games vs. Hopi have been cancelled.
Happy School Bus Driver Appreciation Day! Our bus drivers are some of the unsung heroes in the district, transporting students rain or shine (or 50 mph gusts:). These men and women are up at daybreak and transport students daily in town as well as from Hunt and Concho to Mountain View and all the way to Sanders. We are so grateful for them!
This post is just to provide information for those interested regarding the fire alarm going off this morning at Coronado. The fire alarm went off first thing this morning. Following emergency protocol, the building was evacuated immediately. Because of the freezing temperatures, buses were brought in to keep students warm. It looks like maybe a burner in one of our heating units malfunctioned due to the freezing temperatures, leading to some smoking/smoke smell. The fire department did a great job identifying the issue and helping us resolve it. Our maintenance team will be working on this unit to fix it. Fortunately, it is a unit that serves a classroom that is not used during the day. When students came back to the school, students who normally eat breakfast were given time to get breakfast. We are really grateful for our great fire department, as well as the food service and transportation departments for making things work this morning. Also, a huge thank you to teachers and staff who sat with kids on the bus and who made the best of a disruption to the normal school day.
The fire department has resolved the issue and students are clear to go to class.
Update: the fire department is still working on the issue at the Coronado school. Students are on the buses to keep warm. We're hoping for resolution soon so kids can get back in the building.
UPDATE: The Sanders and the Concho/Hunt bus routes are CANCELLED for today. All other bus routes are on a 2 hour delay.
All of our schools will be on a 2 hour delay this morning. Sanders and Hunt/Concho bus routes on a 2 hour delay for now.
HS Wrestling send off for state on 2/16 @ 4pm HS Girls Basketball send off for state on 2/17 @ 7am Please come out and line main street to support these athletes & their coaches! Go Redskins!
Thank you to everyone who has made a tax credit donation to our schools this year. We really appreciate living in a community that is so supportive of our students. If you have not yet made a tax credit donation for this school year and would like to, the process takes just a couple minutes and can be done on our website (use link below). https://az-stjohns-lite.intouchreceipting.com/default Those who make a tax credit donation help fund extracurricular activities in our schools while then receiving every dollar back as a tax credit.
Shoutout to Breonna Ellington, one of our amazing 1st grade teachers. Breonna just completed her master's degree, with an emphasis in reading education. This is a huge accomplishment as it represents hours and hours of schooling that Breonna did after work, while also raising a family. Her students will be the benefactors of her hard work for years to come. We feel very fortunate to have Breonna as one of our teachers!
Here is the updated SJMS basketball schedules. Please tap on the link to see changes as of 1-23-23. Added Blue Ridge Game 1-31. https://docs.google.com/document/d/1TDJ2bEQT-NEkqNIyWx963lRVqR9Z0_5WgjeI2CY3Xpc/edit?usp=sharing https://docs.google.com/document/d/1bDJwTg2sxNqvxxqJ-EUw1Oi1rcRKIbZSVS47ECYIssU/edit?usp=sharing
OPENING FOR PART-TIME POSITION The middle school is in need of a one-on-one aide for an amazing young woman. Those interested would just need to be able to qualify for a fingerprint clearance card, be dependable, and love to be around kids. The position would be part-time: Mondays and Tuesdays from 8am-3:15pm. If you or anyone you know is interested, please reach out to Kate Stumbaugh at the district office: email@example.com