Come to the John Handley High School's Interact Club's Relay For Life Benefit Concert!
Who: Talented Handley student groups, duos, and singles (over 40 student/staff performers)
What: Interact Club's Relay for Life Benefit Concert for the American Cancer Society
Where: John Handley High School's Auditorium
When: Saturday, February 28th at 7:00 PM
Why: Come support the musical talents of Handley students and raise money for the American Cancer Society at the same time!
Cost: $3 students, $5 adults - all proceeds will go to the American Cancer Society!
OVER $650 OF FREE DOOR PRIZES TO BE GIVEN AWAY FROM LOCAL BUSINESSES!
Please see our flyer and performer line-up!
|Attention Seniors: Cap and Gown Ordering
Please order your cap and gown as soon as possible.No payment necessary at this time! See Mrs. Alger in Dr. Dingle’s office for details or help ordering.
Bring Your Own Device (BYOD) Pilot Program
Students at JHHS may bring their own personal technology devices to school for educational purposes only. The student device will be able to connect to the JHHS filtered Wi-Fi.
Students are not permitted to use their own data plan to access the internet.
Parents and students should read the letter and policies carefully before signing the form.
- WPS Acceptable Use Policy (AUP)
- Student Use of Personally Owned Electronic Devices
Internet Essentials Program:
Comcast has created the program, Internet Essentials for $9.95 a month. If you family has one or more of your children eligible to participate in the National School Lunch Program then your household may qualify. For more information, call 1-855-8-INTERNET (1-855-846-8376) or apply online at http://www.internetessentials.com/.
Prevent Child Abuse and Neglect: Look, Listen, Respond
April is Child Abuse Prevention Month. Our local Safe Kids Coalition sponsors activities to raise awareness around child abuse in our area. These include various public awareness activities, a Mayoral Proclamation, and distribution of information to daycare providers, pediatricians offices and leaders in the faith community. There are also many informative resources for parents and school staff available on the Virginia Prevent Child Abuse website, including a planning kit with handouts. Click HERE for the 2014 Virginia Campaign poster.
Eating disorders are serious health problems that usually start in childhood or adolescence and affect both girls and boys. To learn more about about this issue, please read this Parent Letter for Grades 5 - 12 (Español).
Work Permits (Employment Certificates) for Minors
The Department of Labor and Industry announces the launch of an automated, employment certificate process in accordance with the General Assembly changes to §40.1-92 of the Code of Virginia effective July 1, 2013. Children and their parents no longer need to apply for an employment certificate (work permit) at their school. The process is now fully online and parents and students are to follow the instructions at http://www.doli.virginia.gov/laborlaw/employment_certificate_instructions.html Paper applications will no longer be available at the schools.
|An Assistive Listening Device is available for your use. To reserve a receiver please contact: Todd Rosier at least 48hours prior to the scheduled event.
Tenemos un dispositivo de asistencia auditiva a su disposición. Para reservar un receptor por favor contacte a: Todd Rosier por lo menos 48 horas antes del evento programado.
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