JCCS is excited to announce the admission of 15 month old students to our already existing Early Learning Center. We are honored to announce that Mrs. Ali Curtis will be the Director of the JCCS Early Learning Center which comprises students from 15 months of age to Kindergarten. We are looking forward to the 2018 – 2019 as we build champions for life.
At the 63rd Region IX GNO Science & Engineering Fair held February 18-21, 2019 at Tulane University, two of our students received that highest overall awards! Kylie Walsdorf (6th) received the GNOSEF Junior division Grand Award (top project for all 6th - 8th grade projects). Grayson Barron (9th) was awarded the GNOSEF Grand Award (top award for all 9th - 12th grade projects) which includes an all-expense-paid trip to Phoenix, AZ to compete at the Intel International Science Fair (May 12-17, 2019) and a $1000 scholarship.
JCCS had the most overall winners in both the junior and senior division. 24 students placed 1st or 2nd and will advance to the state science fair at LSU, March 18-20, 2019. This is the most students JCCS has ever had competing at state.
Click here to see a list of all winners. Regional_Science_Fair_Winners_pdf.pdf
Congratulations to our “Non-Point Source Pollution and Solutions Poster and Essay Contest” Winners:
3rd grade: Lily Volz – 3rd Place
Keia’ly Thompson – Honorable Mention
5th grade: Jabari Mack – Honorable Mention
6th grade: Darrious Patterson – 1st Place
Sydnee Osborne – 3rd Place
Kylen Strider – Honorable Mention
Congratulations to Milaya Ruffin for making the LHSAA All-Academic Composite Team for Volleyball and Tennis. The All-Academic 4.00 Scholar Team is composed of senior student-athletes who attained the highest grade point average. She will be recognized and honored during the Volleyball and Tennis State Championship Games.
Congratulations to Rachel Pizzolato (8th), for being chosen as one of the top 300 MASTERS in the 2017 Broadcom MASTERS®, a program of Society for Science & the Public. This honor places her among the top 300 middle school science and engineering science fair projects in the United States from over 6,000 nominees.