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Upcoming Events
   Nov 23 2017
   MS Winter Chorus/Orchestra Concert
   Nov 28 2017 at 07:30 PM
   Family Swim Night
   Nov 29 2017 at 07:00 PM
   Family Swim Night
   Dec 06 2017 at 07:00 PM
   MS Toy Drive Ends
   Dec 08 2017
   Family Swim Night
   Dec 13 2017 at 07:00 PM
   Family Swim Night
   Dec 20 2017 at 07:00 PM

 welcome to Jericho middle school

Jericho Middle School is a sensitive educational community in which we promote the social, emotional and intellectual growth of our students. Our focus is to provide a school setting that is responsive to their educational and developmental needs. Our vision, shared by students, educators, parents and community members, helps enable students to become good citizens, life-long learners and intellectually reflective individuals.


Check out Important Information here 


  • Diversity Day's book of the month for November is "Save Me a Seat", by Sarah Weeks and Gita Varadarajan. Please join us on November 29th after school in room 103 for a book talk! Questions/ See Mr. Kuehn.

  • Robotics Club will meet today and December 7th in room 119 from 2:05-3:05.



GARDEN CLUBwill meet on Mondays in room 213 with Mrs. Viviano.  Join us as we have fun planting around the school to make JMS look beautiful.  Delicious snacks served 

GEOGRAPHY BEE CLUB will meet in Room 201 with Ms. Cantwell.




DIVERSITY DAY CLUB will meet in room 103. See Mr. Kuehn for details.

MATH COUNTS CLUB- Are you interested working on some challenging math problems and competing for a place on our Math Counts team?  Well come to room 215. Hope to see you there.

COMPUTER CLUB will meet in the Computer Lab, Room 205 from 2:10-3:25 with Mr. Pagliari.

ART CLUB- Do you like to draw, paint and have an imagination? You are invited to attend the art club after school. Bring a friend to room (FACS) 236 from 2:15- 3:15. Any questions see Mrs. Clarke in room 236. Refreshments will be served.

ITALIAN CLUB will meet in room 225. Join Signora Gangidino for snacks Italian music, games, bocce & more! All are welcome!

CHINESE CLUB will meet in Room 219. We will have Chinese table games, art and craft, cooking, Chinese movie, Karaoke, Calligraphy, dance, sports, and much more throughout the year. Snacks will be provided. All students are welcome.


STRATEGIES GAMES CLUB will meet weekly in room 221. Come enjoy games, friends, and snacks

Attention Math Enthusiasts! 8th GRADE MATHLETES with Ms. Eatz will be meeting on Thursdays in room 217. Bring your thirst for knowledge and hunger for competition! 

SCIENCE CLUB -If you love science experiments and making new friends, meet Mrs. Stile in room 111 at 2:05. Refreshments will be served!

PEER TO PEER TUTORING–will meet in room 115 after school on Thursdays. See Ms. Schisgall for details.

FRENCH CLUB will meet on Thursdays with Madame Mueller in room 110.  A bientôt !

GAMES CLUB- Play popular board and card games with Ms. Clemente in Room 105. Bring a friend or make a new one.

NEWSPAPER CLUB –   Extra, Extra, Read all about us! Newspaper Club is looking for reporters, photographers, and writers! Come join the fun in Room 205. Snacks will be served.

MATH OLYMPIADS for 6th graders will be meeting every THURSDAY in Ms. Lambe’s room 113. Hope to see you there!


Attention 7th Grade Mathematicians! MATHLETES I will meet in room 215!  Bring your pencil, calculator and thirst for a math challenge! Treats will be provided.

SCRABBLE CLUB will meet every Friday in room 112. See Ms. Aubrey for details.

GSA (Gay-Straight Alliance) will meet in room 102. Rainbow snacks always served! See Ms. Waters for details

SPANISH CLUB in room 220. Join us for fun activities as we explore the Spanish culture! You do not need to know Spanish or be in Spanish to participate - all are welcome! Snacks and refreshments will be served. If you have any questions, please see Ms. Lopez. Hasta luego!

The Quote of the week: 

"Learn from yesterday, live for today, hope for tomorrow. The important thing is to not stop questioning." - Albert Einstein

SEL Theme:  High Expectations (Goal Setting)