We are happy to announce that we have chosen to sell prepackaged school supplies for the next school year through School Tool Box. Place your order online and it will be DELIVERED DIRECTLY TO YOUR HOME ADDRESS. You will have the option to CUSTOMIZE your order by adding or removing items from the teacher approved list. Already have a ruler or scissor? Remove them. Need an additional box of crayons for home? Add them. Allow 10 days for processing. Order today! www.schooltoolbox.com
Grayson Barron (9th) and Rachel Pizzolato
(9th) will be competing at the International Science &
Engineering Fair in Phoenix, Arizona May 12 – May 17, 2019.
It is an amazing honor to have one student competing but JCCS has TWO students! We are so proud of you both.
2019 Varsity Football Schedule
Congratulations to all of our students who competed in the 65th annual State Science & Engineering Fair which was held at LSU March 18-19, 2019.
Junior Division winners from JCCS include Michael Sam-Pang -3rd place in plant sciences and Ben Taravella -3rd place in Microbiology. Michael also won received Broadcom Masters award.
Senior Divisions winners from JCCS included 1st place in Energy Physical, overall top project, ISEF trip to Phoenix & 5 special awards - Rachel Pizzolato; 2nd place in Embedded Systems - Preston Guedry; 3rd place in Engineering Mechanical - Grayson Barron; 4th place in Biomedical Engineering - Kylie Simon; 4th place in Mathematics - Collin Guggenheim; and Honorable Mention in Agriculture - Justin Unger & Colton Kendrick.
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.