May 29th through June 1st
Wednesday, May 30th
Thursday, June 7th
JOHANNESBURG WEEKLY ANNOUNCEMENTS
WEEK’S LUNCH MENU: Monday: Chicken Nuggets; Tuesday: Mini Corn Dogs; Wednesday: Bosco Sticks; Thursday: Pizza; Friday: Chicken Patty
NO MORE LUNCH CHARGES: Please make sure you bring in money for lunches if needed. Thank-you. Kitchen.
Monday May 28th: Memorial Day-No School
Tuesday May 29th thru June 1st : Book Fair BOGO watch for special times, coming home soon.
Wednesday May 30: Johannesburg Spring Program @ 6:00 p.m.
Wednesday May 30th: Grandparent/VIP Day starting at 12:30 till the end of day, for grades K-5! Hope to see you here!J
Wednesday May 30th: Baccalaureate at the Johannesburg Church @ 7:00 p.m. awards @ 8:00 p.m.
Friday June 1st: Graduation 7:00 p.m. High School Gym
Friday June 1st: The last day to register for JL Oilers Football is June 1st. Registration is open to all students who will be in 3rd through 8th grade in the fall. Please register online at jloilersyouthfootball.com.
Tuesday June 5th: Athletic Banquet @ 6:00 in the H.S. Gym.
Friday June 8th: LAST DAY OF SCHOOL ½ DAY OUT AT NOON! HAVE A SAFE AND FUN SUMMER! SEE YOU ALL IN THE FALL!
PTO: Meets on the 1st Tuesday of each month in the Elementary Library @ 6:00 p.m.
Monday: BB/SB vs Onaway & Mancelona (JL vs Onaway @ 2:00 /Mancy vs Onaway @4:00 & JL vs Mancy @ 6:00) H.S. Track @ Bellaire 3:30
JOHANNESBURG — Three students from Johannesburg Middle School have been named local winners in the 49th annual America & Me Essay Contest, sponsored by Farm Bureau Insurance.
Cordel Campbell placed first, Izabelle Withers, second, and Hunter Ettinger, third. All three received award certificates for their achievement.
As the school’s first-place winner, Cordel’s name also will be engraved on a plaque for permanent display in the school.
Cordel’s first-place essay now advances to the state competition, from which the top 10 essays in Michigan will be selected. The top 10 statewide winners, who will be announced in April, will each receive a plaque, a medallion and a cash award of $1,000.
In addition, the top 10 essayists will be honored at a banquet in Lansing, meet with Michigan’s top governmental leaders and be the featured guests at a Lansing Lugnuts minor league baseball game dedicated in their honor.
A team of finalist judges that includes a top Michigan government official and the sponsoring teachers of last year’s top two statewide winners, will determine the ranking of the top 10 statewide winners this year.
Several thousand eighth-grade students from more than 350 Michigan schools participated in the 2017-18 America & Me Essay Contest, which was conducted with the help of Farm Bureau Insurance agents across the state. The topic of this year’s contest was “My Personal Michigan Hero.”
Started in 1968 and open to all Michigan eighth-grade students, the contest encourages Michigan youngsters to explore the greatness of America and its people. As sponsor of the contest, Farm Bureau Insurance has earned 11 national awards from the Freedoms Foundation at Valley Forge.
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