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Students can not be dropped
off before 7:20 AM.
Tardy bell rings at 7:45 AM.

Must have photo ID
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We Are NEJ!

Mission Statement

 

April Calendar

April 11 Librarian Week
April 12
Baseball vs. Mendenhall--5&7--Home
April 13

Future Leaders

1st round tennis playoffs

April 14

Progress Reports

FP Softball @ Greene County--5&6:30 Varsity Doubleheader

April 15 Baseball @ Mendenhall--5&7
Bridal shower for Jessica Collins--Rm. 3--12-1:00
April 16

Baseball vs Millary. AL --11&1 Home

Baseball vs Perry Central 4:30

April 18 Bad Weather Day
April 19 ACT Test (all juniors)
FP Softball vs SJ--5/6:30 pm Homee
April 20 2nd round tennis playoffs
April 21

Showchoir Trip to TN

Baseball 1st round playoffs

April 22 Baseball 1st round playoffs
April 24 Baseball 1st round playoffs
April 26

MS Scholars Banquet--6 pm--Life Church

Soccer Banquet--6 pm--Journey Church

Spring Band Concert--6 pm--PAC

April 27

3rd round Tennis playoff

April 28 Band Banquet 6 pm--Sanderson Farms
April 29 Relay for Life @ Fairgrounds
   


 
 

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2016 Tiger Yearbook!!!!

You don't want to miss this one!! Deadline is May 30, 2016.
This yearbook will be comemorating NEJ's 50th year and promises to be outstanding!!

$75.00

Check, credit card, or debit card contact Herff Jones Yearbook Order Center...
Phone~1-866-287-3096 (8 to 5)
Website~www.yearbookordercenter.com
Order number~14669

New and exciting FREE app with every yearbook purchased!!


 

Important Links!

Seniors Check out this Scholarship Guide!! new

Asthma Inhaler, Anaphylaxis Medication, Insulin Supplies Form

Prescription Form

Over-The-Counter Medication Form  
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2015 -2016 Highlights!!

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FBLA Attends State Conference

Nineteen students, two advisors, and two chaperones recently attended the 2016 FBLA State Leadership Conference in Jackson at the Marriott Hotel. All members attending competed in their various events after placing at the Southern District Conference in February. The members attended networking sessions, toured the Governor's Mansion, and participated in campaign events during their trip. NEJ FBLA is led by advisors Debbie Griffin and Becky Tew.



FBLA members attending and completing in various events are from bottom: Row 1-Jacob Foster, Daniel Easley; Row 2-Ryan Gatlin, Angie Middleton, Haleigh Hollinghead, Jacob Rogers; Row 3-Jeremy Wilson, Madison Shoemake, Angela Ramsey, Braxton Dykes; Row 4-Cameron Barnes, Daniel Shelton, Brittney Darbonne, Camille Hankins; Row 5-Stephen Schrimpshire, Landon Elkins, Savannah Sumrall, Shay McLaurin, and Row 6-Evan Page


Members who recruited five or more members were: Jacob Rogers, Ryan Gatlin, Haleigh Hollinghead, Angi Middleton, Daniel Easley and Jacob Foster

 



Receiving the March of Dimes Certificate of Appreciation was Angi Middleton for heading the club's fundraiser for our FBLA contribution.

 



Receiving one of the highest recognizations was Daniel Easley and Jacob Foster for State Who's Who in FBLA.
Daniel Easley also placed 1st in Future Business Leader and Jacob Foster placed 2nd in Future Business Leader.
These two young men will advance to the National Leadership Conference in Atlanta this summer to complete on the national level.


NEJ's state winners are Savannah Sumrall-3rd-Computer Applications.
Angela Ramsey-1st-FBLA Principles and Procedures.
Daniel Easley-1st-Future Business Leader.
Jacob Foster-2nd-Future Business Leader.
All these have the opportunity to further compete at nationals this summer in Atlanta.

 



While in Jackson, NEJ-FBLA members had a guided tour of the governor's mansion.

 


During the awards ceremony Ms. Tew was recognized as Southern District Advisor of the Year and
Ms. Griffin was recognized with a silver tray as a retiring FBLA advisor of nineteen years.

 


Chaperones helping Advisors Ms. Tew and Ms. Griffin were Melody Easely and Angie Dykes.

 

 

Glory House Food Panty Party

Ms. Flowers AP Biology Class won the contest for bringing the most cans for the Glory House project (165 cans). This project was spearheaded by Camille Hankins for her Future Leaders' Project. The class that donated the most cans was treated to a breakfast! Thanks to all who made this a very successful project!

 

AP Exams Fundraiser T-Shirts

Comfort color T-shirts are being sold in order to fund the AP class projects!

Granite gray $20 ~ Violet $25 (S-XL) ($2 more for XXL and larger)

 

Northeast Jones 2016 Hall of Fame



Front row (l-r) Taylor Pippin, August Parker, Allyson Myrick
Second row (l-r) Cassie Barnett, Katlyn Hinton
Third row (l-r) Mark Wagnon, Hannah Beech, Hannah Grantham, Brittany Burnham, Jacob Foster
Back row (l-r) Ben Bohannon, Daniel Easley, Chance Sumrall, Houston Norton, Micah Heathcock

 

Ms. Tucker's Class Volunteers at
Special Olympics


Recently several students from Ms. Ann Tucker's classes volunteered to help with the Special Olympics at JCJC. Students helped the athletes during the events and helped clean up when the olympics were over.

 

Brewer, Hodge Win in State Competition



Northeast Jones FFA's Hogan Brewer (Center) and Zach Hodge (Left) recently won 1st place in Tractor Operations and Maintenance in state Career Development Event competition at Mississippi State University.  Brewer is the son of Ricky and Missy Brewer of the Myrick community and Hodge is the son of Chris and Jennifer Hodge of the Myrick community.  Their Vocational-Agricultural Education Instructors / FFA Advisors are Aaron Scammahorn and David Walters (far right).

 

Parker, Slover Sign with JCJC



As their parents, friends and coaches looked on, Northeast Jones seniors Jedidiah Slover and August Parker signed this morning to play tennnis for Jones County Junior College next year!! Pictured are (seated, l-r) Lisa Slover, Jedidiah Slover, August Parker, Destiny Parker; (standing, l-r) Rosemary Norton (Tennis Coach), Shannon Slover, Cooper Pope (NEJ Supervising Principal), John Parker, Jessica Collins (Tennis Coach).

 

Heathcock Named District V
Lindy Callahan Winner



        Northeast Jones senior Micah Paul Heathcock was recently named the recipient of the Lindy Callahan Scholar Athlete Award for the most outstanding male scholar athlete in District V.    The honorees - one boy and one girl from high schools in each of the MHSAA's eight geographical districts - were selected for their academic accomplishments as aHe served as the soccer team captain for the Northeast Jones' Region champions for the 2015-2016 season and received the Tiger Award for both soccer and tennis in his junior year.  Ranked 1st of 157 seniors, Micah has lettered for four years in both soccer and tennis, has a GPA of 4.43 and an ACT score of 23.  The son of Paul and Judith Heathcock of Heidelberg, he has received academic awards in AP English, Government, Calculus, Physics, Biology, Environmental Science, and U.S. History as well as Perfect Attendance awards and the 2014 Principal's Award.  He is a member of the Beta Club and Serteens and is a staff photographer for the 2015-2016 Tiger Yearbook.  Micah was a 2014 participant in the DEPA Youth Leadership University and is a member of Lads to Leaders Youth Group of Ellisville Church of Christ.  He plans to attend Mississippi State University with a major in mechanical engineering.

 

NEJ Serteen Complete Socks of
Love Project for Mission at the Cross

Serteens filled gallon zip lock bags with pairs of socks, hygiene items and a New Testament for people coming into Mission at the Cross for rehabilitation for addiction. Theeir sponsor, Mrs. Thrash, crocheted several afghans to donate also.

Front row-left to right: Sarah Watson, Hannah Beech, Cassie Barnett, Whitney Fowler, Kaylee Miller, Brianna Stroud, and Katie Windham. Back Row: Nichole McLaurin, Katelyn Hinton, Micah Heathcock, Jedidiah Slover, Hannah Grantham, Ben Bohannon, Dago Guerirez, Chance Sumrall, and Houston Norton.

Front row: Zoe' Graves, Camille Hankins, Savannah Smith, Jordan Early, Eli Adams, Shea Mello. Back row: Ricky Bowden (Mission at the Cross), Austin McCormick, Dexter Johnston (Mission at the Cross), Brett Beningo, Caitlyn Holifield, C. J. Hunter and Hunter Byrd.

Camille Hankins and Katie Windham

 

 

NEJ Archery Team 2015-2016


Assistant Coach P.T. Jones, Head Coach Benoit, Assistant Coach Mills

 

NEJ Junior FFA Top in District

Northeast Jones Junior FFA Parliamentary Procedure Team and the Junior FFA Opening & Closing Team recently took 1st Place in South District FFA Competition. NEJ FFA Advisors are David Walters and Aaron Scammahorn.


Junior Parliamentary Procedure Team members are
Caedance Hodge, Kendall Myrick, Ethan Knight, Gabi Hodge, Skylar Myrick, and Brianna Fenton. 


Junior Opening & Closing Team members are Cadeance Hodge, Skylar Myrick, Ethan Knight, Kendall Myrick, Brianna Fenton, Lara Wright, Alex Brand.  Both teams now advance to state competition.

 

NEJ Senior FFA Wins at District

Northeast Jones Senior FFA brought home two 1st Place and one 3rd Place wins from the recent South District FFA Contest held at JCJC. NEJ FFA Advisors are David Walters and Aaron Scammahorn.


Hogan Brewer and Zach Hodge won 1st Place in Tractor Operations and Maintenance.  Brewer and Hodge advance to state competition.


The Senior Parliamentary Procedure Team of Devon Wolff, Hogan Brewer, Jaysen Doggett, Paige Wilson, Mark Wagnon, and Zach Hodge received 3rd place. 


Jaymee Myrick won 1st Place in Senior Creed Speaking.  Myrick advances to state competition.

 


 

 

 

2016 Relay Shirt

$15.00 each
Short sleeve
Sizes: adult Small thru 3X
Limited number

See Ms. Rice to order yours!

 

Congratulations to Tiger Vibe M.S. Show Choir
GRAND CHAMPIONS
at the West Jones Invitational!!!



On Friday, February 19th, the NEJ Tiger Vibe show choir completed their competition season with a BANG, taking home Best Vocals, Overall Effect, Overall Visuals and Grand Champions, in the Double A Division! This makes the 3rd 1st Place trophy for Tiger Vibe this year. Under the direction of Mrs. Angie Hodge since 2013, Tiger Vibe has won numerous trophies and accolades, but this year marks her most rewarding year, in terms of awards.
1.      Jackson Academy – 2nd Place
2.      South Jones Invitational – 1st Place
3.      Pearl River Invitational – 1st Place
        Best Costumes
4.      Purvis Invitational – 2nd Place
        Best Costumes
5.      West Jones Invitational – Grand Champions
        Outstanding Vocals
        Outstanding Visuals
        Outstanding Overall Effect

This department is growing and working harder each and every year to maintain the reputation that Tiger Vibe has diligently set. Auditions for the 2016 – 2017 school year will take place on Tuesday, May 3rd, with Choreography Day scheduled for Thursday, April 28th. See Mrs. Hodge for more details. If you enjoy singing and dancing, then we’d love to have YOU be a part of TIGER VIBE!


NEJ FBLA Wins at District!

On February 4, 2016 thirty-two Future Business Leaders of America attended and competed at the Mississippi FBLA Southern Conference on the campus of JCJC. Twenty-one members placed in various business events. Their awards as as follows:
Bottom left: Rebecca Gregory, 6th, Hospitality Management; Shay McLaurin, 6th, Word Processing; Kaden Waller, 5th, Public Speaking II; Camile Hankins, 3rd, Business Communications; Angi Middleton, 6th, Health Care Administration.Middle left: Brittney Darbonne, 5th, Intro to Information Technology; Jacob Rogers, 2nd, Impromptu Speaking; Daniel Shelton, 2nd, Intro to Business Procedures; Ryan Gatlin, 3rd, Intro to Parliamentary Procedure; Allison Presley, 4th, Accounting I; Angela Ramsey, 2nd, FBLA Principles & Procedures; Jacob Foster, 1st, Future Business Leader; Savannah Sumrall, 2nd, Computer Applications; Stephen Schrimpshire, 5th, Global Business.Top left: Landon Elkins, 5th, Global Business; Evan Page, 5th, Computer Problem Solving; Braxton Dykes, 6th, Insurance & Risk Management; Daniel Easley, 2nd, Future Business Leader; and Jeremy Wilson, 5th, Business Law. Not pictured: Madison Shoemake, 6th, Hospitality Management.
FBLA Advisors include Debbie Griffin and Becky Tew.

 

 

The Global Business Team consisting of Landon Elkns, Stephen Schrimpshire, and Cameron Barnes took 6th place.

NEJ Soccer Players Sign With MCC



As their parents and coaches looked on Kale Voge (seated, left), Logan Pippen (seated, center), and Kameron Voge (seated, right) signed letters of intent to play soccer at Meridian Community College.
Pictured are (standing, l-r) Coach Casey Stroo, Shannon Voge, Keith Braddock (NEJ Athletic Director), Nikki Pippen, Cooper Pope (NEJ Supervising Principal), Scott Voge, Coach Matt Reid.

 

Wagnon Receives Scholarship



Northeast Jones senior Mark Wagnon is a 2016 Dixie Nationals Sale of Junior Champions Scholarship recipient.  The son of Bill and Phyllis Wagnon of the Myrick community, Wagnon is the past-president of the Northeast Jones Chapter of FFA where he currently serves as chapter treasurer.  He is also a member of Jones County 4H.  Wagnon is pictured with (l-r) David Walters-NEJ FFA Advisor, Cooper Pope-NEJ Supervising Principal, Tommy Parker-Jones County Superintendent of Education, and Aaron Scammahorn-NEJ FFA Advisor.

 

Byrd, Dickerson Sign with JCJC



With their parents and coaches looking on Dalton Byrd (seated, left) and Tatum Dickerson (seated, right) signed letters of intent today to play soccer for the Jones County Junior College Bobcats next year.  Pictured standing are (l-r, middle row) Coach Casey Stroo,  Selina Byrd, Scott Byrd, Brent Dickerson, Stephanie Dickerson, Coach Matt Reid.  Pictured standing (rear, l-r) Keith Braddock - NEJ Athletic Director and Cooper Pope - NEJ Supervising Principal.

 

Jones, Moffett Sign with SWCC



As their families looked on, Northeast Jones Tiger Football standouts Toby Jones (seated, 2nd from left) and Colby Moffett (seated, 2nd from right) signed today to play football with Southwest Mississippi Community College in the fall of 2016.  Also pictured are (l-r) Breanna Jones, Kenessra Jones, Brenda Jones (seated, far left), Robert Williams, NEJ Supervising Principal Cooper Pope, NEJ Athletic Director Keith Braddock, Theola Blockman, and Vickie Moffett (seated, far right).

 

Graves NEJ Sertoma Student of Month



Northeast Jones Junior Zoe Graves (right) was recently named Northeast Jones Sertoma Student of the Month for January.  She is the granddaughter of Mary Graves of Laurel.  Zoe selected Mark Sellers (left), chairman of the NEJ Science department, to accompany her to the luncheon.

 

Tiger Vibe Wins Again!!

Congratulations to the award winning NEJ M. S. Show Choir, Tiger Vibe. They PLACED 1ST in the South Jones Inviatational, on January 29th, 2016. After performning in Poplarville, MS over the weekend, they also brought home a caption award for "Best Costumes" as well as another 1ST PLACE trophy from The Pearl River Community College Show Choir Invitational on Friday, February 6th, 2016. Great job! NEJ is SO PROUD OF YOU!!!!

 

Students Score Advanced on State Test

Mrs. Becky Thrash's students scoring Advanced on the English II State Test last year celebrated their victory recently.
Pictured are: Brett Beningo, Hannah Wilson, Doug Jobin, Sadie Braddock, Parker Cruise, Savannah Smith, Kyla Mann, and Mrs. Thrash.

 

Tiger Vibe!!
Tiger Vibe placed 2nd at the Jackson Prep Showchoir Masters on Friday, Jan. 22nd. They will be competing at South Jones this Friday, January, 29th and encourage everyone to come out and support them as they perform their show entitled "I Love it When We're Cruisin' Together".

 

Windham Receives Service Award



Northeast Jones junior Katie Windham was recently named the recipient of the Becky Thrash Service Award.  She is the daughter of Edward and Tammy Windham of Heidelberg.

 

STEM Classes Demonstrate Robot Skills

Mrs. Tew's 9th grade STEM class (6th period) was recently visited by Mrs. Melinda Anderson's 6th grade Star Reach students from East Jones Elementary School. Mrs. Tew's class is working on the Lego Mindstorms Robotic Unit. The STEM students assemble and program a robot to perform various tasks. The Star Reach students are preparing to begin building and programming robots using the Lego Mindstorms Robot Kit and came to observe the 9th graders in action. STEM students demonstrated assembling, programming and operating the Lego Robots. The high school students enjoyed interacting with the Star Reach students.


 

NEJ Top Senior High Beauties & Beaus

Northeast Jones Senior High Top Beauties & Beaus for 2015-2016 are (l-r) Brett Benigno, Harleigh Howell, Channin Smith,
Erika Shelton,Brittany Burnham - Senior High Most Beautiful, Richie Lopez - Senior High Most Handsome,
Bailey Thornton, Chance Sumrall, Kaleigh Lilly, Kale Voge.


NEJ's 2015-2016 Senior High Miss Congeniality is Allyson Myrick. NEJ's 2015-2016 Senior High Most Photogenic is Cassie Barnett.

 

NEJ Top Junior High Beauties & Beaus

Northeast Jones Junior High Top Beauties & Beaus for 2015-2016 are (l-r) Hayden Myers, Savanna Brown, Kye Nicholson,
Madison Coats, Kayden Waller -Junior High Most Beautiful, Wyatt Howell -Junior High Most Handsome,
Katelyn Eaks, Braxton Dykes, Tatum Reid, Ethan Davis, Chase Gieger.

NEJ's 2015-2016 Junior High Most Photogenic is Anna Landrum. NEJ's 2015-2016 Junior High Miss Congeniality is Kamryn Clark.

 
NEJ Serteens Participate in Annual Christmas Parade

NEJ Most Beautiful and president of Serteens, Britteny Burnham.

Daniel Easley and Lyle wood, Santa's Elves, led the Sertoma Christmas Parade.

August Parker and Whitney Fowler on the Santa float. Also helping, Ivy Tayler, Bailee Hale, and Katie Windham.

 

NEJ FFA Wins at Federation

Northeast Jones FFA members brought home several awards from the recent Black Gold Federation FFA Contest held at
Jones County Junior College. 
NEJ FFA Vocational-Agriculture Instructors / FFA Advisors are Aaron Scammahorn and David Walters.


Kendall Myrick placed 3rd in Junior Extemporaneous Speaking. 
She is the daughter of Kevin and Alicia Myrick of the Powers community.


Lara Beth Wright, the daughter of Johnny and Ashley Wright of the Glade community,
received 2nd place in Junior Prepared Public Speaking.


Alex Brand placed 2nd in Junior Creed Speaking. 
He is the son of Wendell and Barbara Braddock of the Powers community.


The Junior Parliamentary Procedure team of (l-r) Kendall Myrick, Gabi Hodge, Ethan Knight, Skylar Myrick,
Caedance Hodge, Lara Wright (Alternate), and Brianna Fenton (not pictured) won 1st place.


Zach Hodge, the son of Chris and Jennifer Hodge of the Myrick community,
received 2nd place in Senior Extemporaneous Speaking.


Jaymee Myrick won 1st place in Senior Creed Speaking. 
She is the granddaughter of Wilbur Chancellor.


Hiedi Bonner, the daughter of Jimmie and Virginia Bonner of Richton,
placed 2nd in Senior Prepared Public Speaking. 


The Senior Parliamentary Procedure Team of (l-r) Hogan Brewer, Paige Wilson, Mark Wagnon,
Jaysen Doggett, Devon Wolff, and Zach Hodge won 1st place.


NEJ Mr. & Ms. NEJ elections are:

M/M NEJ Junior High Jana Stewart and Curt Parker
M/M NEJ High School Chelsea Newell and Toby Jones

The results of the NEJ Beauty Beau Pageant
on Thursday, Nov. 19 are:


JH Most Photogenic: Anna Landrum
JH Miss Congeniality: Kamryn Clark

JH Top 10 includes: Kayden Waller, Katelyn Eaks, Tatum Reid, Madison Coats,
Savanna Brown, Aurora Loper, Tristen Gendusa, Cambry Holifield, Keri Stringfellow,
Raegan Byrd   Wyatt Howell, Braxton Dykes, Ethan Davis, Chase Gieger,
Hayden Myers,Kye Nicholson

JH Top 5 includes: Katelyn Eaks, Tatum Reid, Madison Coats, Savanna Brown

JH Most Beautiful and Most Handsome: Kayden Waller and Wyatt Howell

HS Most Photogenic: Cassie Barnett
HS Miss Congeniality: Allyson Myrick

Becky Thrash Service Award Winner: Katie Windham

HS Top 10 includes: Brittany Burnham, Erika Shelton, Kaleigh Lilly, Bailey Thornton,
Harleigh Howell, Jade Padgett, Cassie Barnett, Olivia Johnston, Chelsea Newell,
Tatum Dickerson, Richie Lopez, Brett Benigno, Kale Voge, Channin Smith,
Chance Sumrall, Kameron Voge, Micah Heathcock, Houston Norton, Logan Pippen,
Austin Holifield

HS Top 5 includes: Erika Shelton, Kaleigh Lilly, Bailey Thornton, Harleigh Howell

HS Most Beautiful and Most Handsome: Brittany Burnham and Richie Lopez
 

Serteens Contribute to Christian Food Mission

NEJ Serteen collected canned foos for the Christian Food Mission. Pictures on bottom
from let are Cameron Sullivan, Cynsleigh Gatlin, Evan Chisholm, Destiney Hooks,
BreAnn Blue, arceli Figueroa, Esmeralda Figueroa. Back row from left are
Dylan Geiger, Patricia Hodge, Bailee Hale, Joley Brewer, Jonathan Blackledge,
Kale Voge, and Mr. Robert Smith, Director of the Christian Food Mission.
Sponsor for NEJ Serteens is Becky Thrash.
 


October Serteen of the Month

 

Parker Cruise was chosen as October Serteen of the Month. He chose
Ms. Clark, math department,
to accompany him to the Sertoma luncheon.

 

TARS NEWS


TARS conducted a canned food drive for the
Domestic Abuse Shelter in Laurel. 
This was the community service project for the
club for Sept/Oct.
 



TARS conducted a “MOCK” election prior to the
November election. A total of 286 NEJ students/faculty
cast their ballots for the local, state, and presidential elections.
Donald Trump was elected as President!
 

ATTENTION FBLA!!
Installation Lunch ~ Wednesday ~ Nov. 18 ~ Ms. Tew's Room
Come during your regular lunch period and enjoy pizza!

 

NEJ Student Council Attends Leadership Conference

NEJ's Student Council recently attended a Leadership
Conference at JCJC.
 

NEJ Web Design Class Visits Mitchell Farms


NEJ's Digital Web Design class recently visited Mitchell Farms to tour and practice their camera skills. After the hayride tour,
the students visited the Corn Maze,rustic cabins, sunflower fields, peanut house, playground and other interesting sites available
on the farm. Owner, Ms. Mitchell, personally showed the students points of interest in the cabins and even demonstrated the player
piano for them. The students were delighted with all aspects of visiting the farm and came away with many interesting pictures.
Each student also was able to pick out their very own pumkin. Ms. Mitchell took the time to pose for a picture with the students.
From the left: D. Little, D. Hinton, M. Simons, J. Foster, K. Windham, Ms. Mitchell, C. Fowler, S. Minniefield, M. Cooley, C. Walker,
L. Pippen, and R. Parker. Students were chaperoned by Business Ed teacher, Debbie Griffin and STEM teacher, Becky Tew.

 

2015-2016 Show Choirs

Tiger Vibe

Gold Horizons

 
Text Box: NEJ Spooky!

Mr. Mark Sellers, Science; D. Little, J. Wilson
 

FBLA Officers Attend ECCC Fall Conference

 

FBLA officers A. Middleton, H. Hollinghead, J. Foster, D. Easley, R. Gatlin, and J. Rogers recently attened the annual FBLA Fall Leadership Conference
held on the campus of East Central Community College in Decatur, MS. The students were treated to breakfast and lunch while on campus and also toured the
campus.Various workshops were also presented throughout the day. Advisers Debbie Griffin and Becky Tew accompanied the students.More pics from the day...

 

Hankins NEJ Sertoma Student of Month

Camille Hankins, the granddaughter of Bettie Gaudet of the Powers community, was selected as Northeast Jones Sertoma Student of the Month for October. 
She selected Mrs. Cindy Rice to accompany her to the luncheon.


Future Business Leaders of America Announce 2015-2016 Officers

FBLA officers for the 2015-2016 school year are Ryan Gatlin, Parlimentarian; Haleigh Hollinghead, Sec/Treasurer; Angi Middleton, Community Service Chair;
Jacob Foster, VP; Daniel Easley President; and Jacob Rogers, Reporter. FBLA is a very active organization on the NEJ campus with over 75 members.
These officers lead the membership in various community service projects, business-related activities, and leadership training. Community service projects that
are currently being worked on are Cute Caps for Chemo Kids, March of Dimes Spook Basket fundraiser, and collections for Secret Meals. Members are also signing
up for the annual Southern District Leadership Conference held on Feb. 4, 2016 at JCJC. Students will compete in various business events and winners
will advanceto state competition. Advisors are Becky Tew, STEM and Debbie Griffin, Business Ed.

Veterans Day


Thursday, November 5, 2015 9:00 A.M.
Northeast Jones High School Performing Arts Center


Program includes performances by: NEJ Gold Horizons Showchoir and NEJ Tiger Pride Band A brunch will be held in the school cafeteria immediately
following the program for all veterans and their guests.

Hosted by:
Northeast Jones Senior Beta Club
For more information Call the school office at 601.425.2347
or E-mail Jessica Stroo at: jcstroo@jones.k12.ms.us

 

Red Ribbon Week


Elementary students kick off Red Ribbon Week


more Red Ribbon...

FBLA Celebrates Boss's Day!

FBLA officer and Community Servicer Chair, Angi Middleton, presents Middle School Principal Eric Walters a goody basket she created and
decorated with tiger stripes. FBLA members wanted to show their principals how much they love them and appreciate their support! Daniel Easley, Jacob Foster
and Jacob Rogers present baskets to Dr. Lowery and Mr. Pope. Ryan Gatlin is shown giving Mr. P. T. Jones a basket of appreciation for all he does for NEJ.
The faculty and staff also honored the principals by providing them with a luncheon.

 

 

Steven Palazzo Youth Leadership Summit

Several NEJ students were honored to attend Congressman Steven M. Palazzo's annual Youth Leadership summit on the coast Oct. 15, 2015. Pictured above are students S. Braddock, H. Smith, C. Hankins, K. Mann, S. Mello, H. Wilson, P. Cruise and S. Smith. Accompanying the students were Social Studies teachers Mr. Mills and Mr. Beniot.

 

 

Homecoming in the Jungle!
Pink Out the Jungle!

   
 
 
   
   
   
   
   
   
   
   
   
   
   
   
 
   
 

NEJ Tigers Prepare to Celebrate 2015 Homecoming

The Northeast Jones Tigers will celebrate Homecoming on Friday, October 9, 2015.  The Homecoming Parade will begin at 6 p.m. followed by the
Homecoming Ceremony and crowning of the 2015 Tiger Homecoming Queen.  The ceremony will be followed by the Homecoming game against West Lauderdale
at 7 p.m.  Pictured are the members of the 2015 NEJ Homecoming Court: 
(Back row, l-r) Mason Mills, A’mya Stevens-Freshman Maid; Campbell Hankins, Bailey Parker-7th Grade Maid; Courtney Lee-8th Grade Maid, Jonah Holland.
(Third row, l-r) Reid Reynolds, Katelynn Perry-Sophomore Maid; Tatum Dickerson-Senior Maid, Houston Norton; Katie Windham-Junior Maid, Brett Benigno, .
(Second row, l-r) Ashia Moore-Tiger Maid, Bryson Turner, Jonathan Blackledge,Hayden Nowell-Football Maid, Casey Ulmer, Araceli Figueroa-Student Body Maid,
Madison Gatlin-Student Body Maid, Landon Martin, Tierra Gallaspy-Football Maid, Willis Gully, Mark Wagnon, Hiedi Bonner-FFA Sweetheart.
(Front row, l-r) Eli Adams, Brittany Burnham-Maid of Honor, Hannah Beech-Queen, Timmy Beech, Chelsea Newell-Maid of Honor, Jo’i Jones.
 

Students Attend 2nd Annual "Digital Dawg Byte" High School Technology Comptetition


FBLA students Daniel Easley, Jacob Rogers, Jacob Foster and Stephen Schrimpshire competed in a series of technology-based events at MSU on Sept. 30, 2015.
The boys had to work as a team to create an app website, participate in a trivia contest about business via a Kahoot!, and they toured the campus taking
photos to use in a video collage. The event was sponsored by the ISWD of MSU. FBLA sponsors Becky Tew and Debbie Griffin accompanied the students.
(More Pics from the day)

 

A Night in The Jungle Pep Rally!!

Northeast Jones High School will hold "A Night in the Jungle" pep rally at 6 pm in the high school gym on Thursday, October 1.
We invite all Tiger fans to come out and pump up our team as they prepare to begin district play Friday night at Northeast Lauderdale.
Free admission. Concessions will be sold.
(Wear your favorite Jungle outfit.)

 

Homecoming/Pink Out Shirts on Sale

 
Find attached the Pink Friday Nights Sky Lantern 2015 form for those who wish to celebrate/remember relatives and friends who are fighting cancer or
who fought the good fight. Also our pink out shirt is dark Heliconia Pink in Comfort Color.Short sleeve with large design on back and small design on front....$15 dollars.
Proceeds from shirts and lanterns go to American Cancer, Jones County Chapter, to fight cancer. Email or text Ms. Rice, if you want a shirt or lantern.
 

Yearbook Raffles Quilt


Josarah Slover and Brent Phillips~~Josarah Slover, Jaeden Ekes, Kayla Curtis, Paige Myrick, Alec McCormick, Victoria McLauren, Alyssa Fulgham ,
Mason Mills, Brent Phillips

 

The Northeast Jones Yearbook members are selling $1.00 raffle tickets on the NEJ 50th Quilt. The quilt was stitched together by Judy Walters, an NEJ grad.
We will sell tickets all fall, with a winner drawn before Christmas break.

 
The pillow forms were donated by alum Barbara Odom; t-shirt toppers were stitched by Judy Walters.
The pillows with 2015 tshirts (white game face, black gameday, and black straight outta the jungle) are $20.00 each; the pillows with shirts prior
to this fall are $15.00 each.
 
NEJ Tigers 15 vs. West Jones 7 (W)
NEJ Tigers 33 vs. Bay Springs 26 (W)
NEJ Tigers 7 vs. South Jones 17 (L)
NEJ Tigers 27 vs. Heidelberg 6 (W)
NEJ Tigers 36 vs. Taylorsville 14 (W)
NEJ Tigers vs. NE Lauderdale (w)
NEJ Tigers vs. W Lauderdale (L)
NEJ Tigers 50 vs. Quitman 18 (w)
 
 

 

FBLA Recognizes NEJ Maintenance Crew

FBLA officers Ryan Gatlin, Haleigh Hollinghead, and Angi Middleton presented Ms. Mary with an appreciation basket. Jacob Rogers, Daniel Easley,
and Jacob Foster present Mr. Tommy with a basket of appreciation.
We want to say a big THANK YOU to the ones who keep our campus running smoothly!
 
 

1st Game of the Season

Seniors tailgating before the big game!

NEJ Tigers 15 vs. West Jones 7


 
 
 
 
 
 

The Northeast Jones Drama Department will present

HAPPY DAYS: A NEW MUSICAL

September 16-18, 2015

Featuring...
Brett Benigno as Fonzie
Lauren Hankins as Pinky Tuscadero
Taylor Pippin as Marion
Hunter Byrd as Howard
Will Walters as Richie
Emily Waddill as Joanie
Ben Bohannon as Arnold
Ravin Jefferson as Chachi
Lance Doggett as Potsie
and
Derrick Williams as Ralph Malph

NEJ's student body is invited to the Friday, September 18 showing at 9:00AM
Thursday, September 17 is open to the public (7:00PM)
Student tickets are $5; Teachers are free

If you would like to order a Happy Days tshirt, Ms. Patrick know. Another order will be placed Monday, Aug. 31. They are grey short sleeve, very soft tees. $10 each. YXS - 4X.

 

Homecoming, Class Officer, Class Favorite Guidelines!

Applications for Homecoming Court, Class Officer, and Class Favorite may be picked up in the high school Media Center or the middle school office. 
ALL applications must be returned to Ms. Jordan in the high school media center before 12:30 p.m. on Tuesday, September 8, 2015.  

 Applicants for Homecoming Court - remember that you will not do campaign posters this year!!! 
Each Homecoming Court candidate is to turn in two 4” x 6” photos with their completed application. 
Photos will be placed on cardstock with the candidates name and position they are running for and will be
displayed in a central location in both the high school and the middle school. 
(Examples may be seen in the high school media center.)

Please read your Homecoming Campaign Rules (attached to the application) carefully!A sample ballot is posted on the high school media center door
and is updated daily! The election is scheduled for Thursday,September 17, 2015! Homecoming is October 9, 2015!

Holifield NEJ Sertoma Student of Month

CaitlHolifield (right) was recently named Northeast Jones Sertoma Student of the Month for August. 
She is the daughter of Darrell and Jennifer Holifield of Laurel.  Caitlyn selected NEJ French and Advanced Placement World History instructor
Mrs. Jessica Stroo to accompany her to the luncheon.

 
 

NEJ 1st Football Shirt of the Season!

NEJ game shirt for first game for "whiting out" the Jungle on Friday, August 28, versus a cross-county rival. The shirt is short sleeve, beefy T,
white, and $15.00....sizes adult small through adult 4X.....shirts are preordered and shouldbe in by Tuesday, August 25....shirt design is a
huge black, gold, and gray tiger on the front of the shirt with our small 1965 logobeneath the collar on the back of the shirt. *Beefy T white
shirt means thicker and non-see through! Better let Ms. Rice know if you want one so we can add your name to the list. Help support our
Tigers and join our "White Out" the Jungle on August 28!

 

Serteen Officers 2015-2016

 

Caleb Lee, Chaplain; Hayden Nowell, Secretary; Jedidiah Slover, Project Committee Member; Brittany Burnham, President; Ben Bohannon,
Vice President; Mrs. Rebecca Green, Serteen Sponsor
 

 
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