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Wednesday, January 25, 2017

James Clemens Celebrates 100th School Day Honoring 100 Students

Posted by John Peck in General

James Clemens High School celebrated the 100th day of school on Tuesday, Jan. 24, by celebrating students deserving of special recognition.
The school’s administrative team contacted parents or guardians of 100 JCHS students to personally recognize their child for a positive deed or accomplishment.
“We wanted to honor the 100th day of school mark by contacting 100 students’ parents to let them know what a great job our kids do every day,” said Principal Dr. Brian Clayton.
The students were nominated by teachers, staff and/or administrators for a variety of reasons deserving of recognition. Teachers of another 100 students contacted those parents to commend their child for a noteworthy act or achievement.

Wide angle photo of the James Clemens campus


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