Congratulations to our 3rd Nine Weeks Most Improved Students: Megan
Causey and Jonisha Washington. Both ladies showed great improvements in
Mrs. Megan Geter's class! Way to go Arrows!
Thanks to all of our Reality Fair sponsors and volunteers
Congratulations to Coach Ruth Buck January Teacher of the Month
Sumner Hill JHS was
one of 47 schools from across the state to compete at the Mississippi
College Science and Math Tournament on Friday, February 5, 2016. Each of
the twelve students took a written exam in Math and Biology. The ninth
graders competed against other students in grades 9-12, many who have
completed Advanced Placement courses. Students that excel on the tests
are awarded scholarship money to MC. Those
placing in the top 20% on a test receive $1000 a year, while those
placing in the top 10% receive $2000 a year, renewable for four years
The following four students placed on the Biology test:
Top 10% - Clark Hensley
Top 20% - Makayla Cole, Cameron Humphries, Nicole Ingram
Sumner Hill's Educators Rising members attended the state conference
in Jackson. While there, the group won the following awards:
Children Literature K-3 (Team Competition)
Kayden Chistov and Kaylee Parks, 2nd Place
Lesson Planning:Humanities (Individual)
Jamie Collins, 5th place
Ethical Dilemma (Team Competition)
Brianna Bolton, Kelsey Caston, Breonna Jones; 5th place
March 15 & 16
Please see the following important dates concerning cheerleader tryouts:
- Information Packets available
- Deadline to turn in application
- Mandatory Parent Meeting
- Instructor Clinic
- Tryout Clinic
- CJHS Cheer Tryouts
- CHS/SHJHS Cheer Tryouts
**All other information will be published on 2/11
Sumner Hill's Ninth Annual Reality Fair is February 11 and 12th. Our purpose of the fair is to allow our
students to realize the connection between high school performance, career
potential, and lifestyle expectations. Businesses participating are:
Century 21 David Stephens
Fowler Buick & GMC
Blue Cross/Blue Shield
Please click the the link below for more information.
The Sumner Hill Beauty and Beau Pageant will be held on Saturday, February 6th at 7 pm in the auditorium. Tickets will be sold in the front office beginning on Wednesday, February 3rd for $5. Tickets will also be sold at the door the night of the pageant.
TASTE OF AMBASSADORS
Experience an Evening of Dessert Tasting, Silent Auction, and the Ambassadors 2016 Competition Show!
THURSDAY, JANUARY 28TH 6:30 PM
CLINTON JUNIOR HIGH SCHOOL
Tickets may be purchased from any Ambassador member or at the the door on the evening of the event. $6.00 per ticket.
Below is a survey for all students to complete at Sumner Hill Jr. High
School for instructors who have taught you in the fall of 2015. You will
be offering constructive feedback to your teachers which will be
confidential. Your feedback will remain anonymous. The purpose is to
give teachers insight into their classroom practice with the aim of
course improvement. From Tuesday, December 15 until Thursday, December
17, you will follow the following schedule for each of your courses:
School counselor end of the semester newsletter for all students. Please click the link below
December Character Trait Recipients. December's Character Trait was Generosity
Fall 2015 Most Improved Students
Davon Washington, Mrs. Jennifer Ard, Tobias Privette
Second Nine Weeks VIP Students and Teachers
Mrs. Kathryn Evans, Rashali Shah, Cameron Humphries, Mrs. Roxanna Arcement
Congratulations to Mr. Young, December Teacher of the Month
Congratulations to Mrs. Jennifer Ard, November Teacher of the Month
Congratulation to Clark Hensley for a perfect score on last year's PARCC Algebra assessment. Clark's last year's Algebra teacher, Mr. Justin Odom presented the award
November character trait recipients. November's trait was gratefulness
Sumner Hill Junior High is proud to sponsor its 3rd Annual Fleece Blanket Christmas Giveaway! Fleece blankets will be donated to the residents of the Clinton Health Care Retirement Home, and we are asking all students to donate at least one fleece blanket.
Mrs. Boone, in room E2 will be accepting donations every day until December16th. Thanks in advance for your support.
Our 2015 Christmas Choral Concert will be on Tuesday, December 8th at 7.00 p.m. in the Sumner Hill auditorium
Congratulation Mrs Jordan Brasher Sumner Hill October Teacher of the Month
Congratulations to Ms. Crystal Robinson
Sumner Hill Jr. High
Teacher of the Year 2015-2016
Congratulations to the Sumner Hill Concert Choir on a job well done at
the Riverland Choral Festival at Pearl High School this past weekend.
Three out of the four choirs received a Superior rating from the
judges. The Girl's choir 1, Girl's choir 2 and the Boys choir received
Superior while the Mixed choir received an Excellent.
look forward to watching this group continue to grow in their musical
ability with anticipation of their continued success this year.
Congratulations to our October Character trait recipients. October's character trait was sincerity
Congratulation Mr. Ethan Eubanks Sumner Hill September Teacher of the Month
Please click on the the link below to download the permission form for students that do not attend Sumner Hill.
Sumner Hill Junior High
School Administration and Faculty would like to invite all parents and
guardians of the Class of 2019 to our
to Graduate Ceremony”
Wednesday, October 14, at
8:20 in the Sumner Hill Junior High School Auditorium.
Congratulations Ms. Carolyn Johnson, CPSD DOVE Customer Service Award Recipient
Congratulations to Mrs. Megan Geter, Sumner Hill August Teacher of the Month
Sumner Hill honored students for August's Character Trait of Orderliness. They will receive a free lunch from our school sponsor Chick-Fil-A in Clinton.
R1: Zeinab Hamden, Kennedy Smith, Rushali Shah, Sara Beth Hellums,
R2: Simaran Kaur, Fallon Stephens, Abby Bellis, Abbi Hulsey
R3: Cornelius Cannady, Baxter Evans, Joshua Wright,
R4: Nathan Thomas, Regina Yen, Brianna Bodkins, DeLawrence Butler, Glen Bass
Not pIctured: Malorie Steen
you know a CPSD employee who really "gets it" when it comes to customer
service? Please share your experience by nominating him/her for a DOVE
Customer Service Award and help us honor the Dedication of Our Valued
Effective this fall, meal prices will increase slightly in CPSD cafeterias. The increase is necessary to keep us in line with federal guidelines.
* Adult/teacher breakfast - increase from $2 to $2.15
* Student lunch - increase from $2.50 to $2.65
* Student breakfast - increase from $1.75 to $1.90
* Adult/teacher lunch - increase from $3.25 to $3.40
For more information or to apply for free or reduced price meals, click the "School Meals" link on www.clintonpublicschools.com.
Parents: Please make plans to attend our
Parent Night/Open House
Parent Night will be Thursday, September 10, from
5:00 to 6:00 in our school’s auditorium.
This is the same date as Sumner Hill’s Open House, which starts at 6:00.
Get2College will speak to our parents regarding high school and college
requirements, scholarships and the free services they provide for high school
students. Please do not miss out on this
great opportunity to learn about how your child can get the most out of their
high school experience.