Author Archives: Rhonda Grimsley
Some of the spring sporting events have been rescheduled due to past inclement weather. Revised Middle School Football Schedule Revised Middle School Field Hockey Schedule
In case you missed it, please enjoy the video of a performance of Expressions of Black History.
The staff and students of John F. Kennedy Middle School would like to invite you to experience Expressions of Black History on Tuesday, March 6. 2018 at 6:30 pm. The chorus, orchestra, band and literacy students have worked hard to … Continue reading
John F. Kennedy Middle School is having its 1st Annual Sadie Hawkins Valentine’s Day Dance February 16, 2018 from 6-8 pm in the school gymnasium. Come dressed to impress! Tickets are $4.00 in advance and will be sold in homeroom. … Continue reading
The Scholastic Book Fair is coming to JFKMS soon and will turn the Media Center into our very own bookstore. Find hundreds of books from new and favorite authors, popular series, cool posters and school supplies, not to mention fun! The Scholastic … Continue reading
Due to the recent missed instructional days, the Civics and Science 8 (7th grade only) SOL tests have been rescheduled to Thursday, January 25.
The time to prepare is now! Help us keep you informed of regular news and changing events by following Suffolk Public Schools media channels. Sites are updated regularly, especially when events are rapidly changing. Stay tuned! With winter storms … Continue reading
John F. Kennedy Middle School held its first annual Ugly Sweater Dance Friday, December 8th. It was a success and everyone had a great time!
December 4-12 was Spirit Week at John F. Kennedy Middle School. Students and staff had a wonderful time showing their school spirit each and every day! Take a look at all the ugly sweaters, wacky-tacky outfits, jocks, nerds and more! … Continue reading
Applications for specialty programs are now available. Click here for deadlines and additional information.
Suffolk Public Schools will celebrate Grandparents Week October 9 – 13. Each student may invite one grandparent to have lunch with him/her in the school cafeteria. A typical a la carte adult meal is $3.00. (Schools do NOT accept credit … Continue reading
Watch “Strategies for Success: Scoring High on the College Admissions Tests,” an SAT/ACT prep video featuring the math chair from Lakeland High School, Scott Reed.