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Miss Massillonian and Outstanding Senior Boy
In its 78th year of tradition, the Miss Massillonian and Outstanding Senior Boy assembly was held January 12th at WHS. Did you know that Miss Massillonian started like a beauty pageant, where girls wouuld submit a headshot to movie stars, who would pick the winner? Even a star like Bing Crosby has chosen the winner! This CantonRep article discusses the history of Miss Massillonian, and lists every winner from the last seven and a half decades.

Over the years, Miss Massillonian evolved to include an Outstanding Senior Boy, a more rigorous process of evaluating GPA, attendance, an autobiography, and an interview. There is a faculty committee that does a blind-tally of the points each candidate accumulates, which culminates with a formal assembly. This year's assembly was hosted by Mr. Matt Citron, and included the candidates in their evening gowns and tuxes.



WHS-TV will be rebroadcasting the assembly on MCTV Channel 611 and 11 on Friday, Jan. 20th at 8 PM, then on Jan. 21st and 22nd at 12, 4 and 8 PM.

The winners of Miss Massillonian and Outstanding Senior Boy will be announced at The Academics Awards Seremony in May.

Please click "Read More" for the slideshow of the candidates, and more pictures of the outstanding event.
 

On January 10th, 47 WHS DECA students competed in the District DECA Tournament at R. G Drage. When the results of this competition are announced on January 25th, we will learn how many of our students will advance to the State DECA Tournament at The Hyatt in Columbus in March. Congratulations go to the team for all their efforts and successes!!!

 
Massillon Junior High School Brings Home Another Chamionship


From Coach Wuske
Great day of Wrestling Yesterday. Congrats to the following wrestlers.
Pierre Betts. 4th place
Wes Bolen. 2nd place
Holden Mays. 3rd place
Justin Shanklin. 4th place
Karson Schindler. 2nd place
Ryan Zentkovich. 2nd place
Jordan Marsh. 2nd place
Nathan Depuy. 3rd place
Xavier McElroy. 1st place
Raekwon Benson. 1st place
Justin Mattox. 2nd place
Zach Mundell. 4th place
Josh Hill 4th place
Rager Els. 1st place
Mike Mercurio 4th place.
We finished with 206 team points. 70 ahead of host School Harvey. There were ten teams at the event.  
4th Grade Artwork to be Displayed at First Friday
 
College Week at MJHS 2016
It's College Week here at Massillon Junior High School. The Class of 2021 and teachers have spent the past three Enrichment Time classes and will spend the two days upon our return from break focusing on identified colleges. The Class of 2021 has begun to dig deeper in researching colleges who have adopted their classroom!

Our TIGERS have worked to develop their College Readiness all year and have planned for high school and beyond. Our TIGERS will have open two way communication with representatives at the colleges for students to interact and ask questions with directly. Be on the look out for more information and pictures of our TIGERS becoming College Ready!

 
Ohio Department of Education Launches Mobile App

Ohio families can now get the latest education news, search for schools in their neighborhoods and look at their schools’ report cards right from their smartphones. The Ohio Department of Education today launched a mobile app for iPhone and Android. “More and more, we’re getting information directly from our smartphones,” said Paolo DeMaria, superintendent of public instruction. “The Ohio Department of Education Mobile App brings valuable resources right to our families’ fingertips.” With the app, Ohioans can:

News IconAccess timely educator and family resources;
GeolocationFind school report cards and other information from around their homes;
Updates IconReceive app updates and notifications straight to their phones;
Search IconInteract with the Ohio School Report Cards by school or district name, or by entering their zip code;
Share IconSend information from the Ohio School Report Cards to friends, family and colleagues;
Moving IconCheck out district and school grades in the area before they move; or
Features IconNavigate directly to schools or call them with easy to use in-app features.


The Ohio Department of Education Mobile App is available free of charge in the Apple App Store and the Google Play Store, search Ohio Department of Education.
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About the Ohio Department of Education
The Ohio Department of Education oversees the state’s public education system, which includes public school districts, joint vocational school districts and charter schools. The Department also monitors educational service centers, other regional education providers, early learning and child care programs, and private schools. The Department’s tasks include administering the school funding system, collecting school fiscal and performance data, developing academic standards and model curricula, administering the state achievement tests, issuing district and school report cards, administering Ohio’s voucher programs, providing professional development, and licensing teachers, administrators, treasurers, superintendents and other education personnel. The Department is governed by the State Board of Education with administration of the Department the responsibility of the superintendent of public instruction.
Media Contact:
Brittany Halpin
(614) 728-5959 Click here for a web version.
 
Dawn Weatherwax to Speak at WHS
 

On December 6, 2016 Kenneth-David Merritt was given $200.00, a plaque, a certificate, a flag set, and a new backpack. He was honored to read his essay in front of veterans, the mayor, and peers who also wrote Voice of Democracy essays. Now Kenneth will be in the district round. His essay will be compared with Patriot’s Pen winners from 9 counties around Stark County, Ohio.

 
Veteran's Day at MJHS
The 7th grade Social Studies students at Massillon Junior High School had the opportunity to learn about Veteran’s Day. Since the students will be beginning the Anti-Virus program in January. This was a unique opportunity to learn about service projects. Many of the the 7th grade students have a family member that is currently serving in the United States military forces. Students were not only eager to share their stories, but excited about creating table placemats for the Veterans at the nursing homes. The placemats were delivered to the local nursing homes in the area. Students also created a “Veteran Wall of Stars” to thank our servicemen and women. A great number of students were able to dedicate a star.
7th grade Social Studies students at Massillon Junior High School had the opportunity to learn about Veteran’s Day

7th grade Social Studies students at Massillon Junior High School had the opportunity to learn about Veteran’s Day

7th grade Social Studies students at Massillon Junior High School had the opportunity to learn about Veteran’s Day
 

Construction Trades CTE class entertained several board members including our own @ the OSBA State Conf student achievement fair in Columbus!


 
Upcoming Events
Jan
16
09:00AM/ AUD/ Musical Rehearsal
Mon Jan 16 2017
Jan
16
No School-MLK Jr. Day
Mon Jan 16 2017
Jan
17
2:30PM/ MC/ LIbrary Club
Tue Jan 17 2017
Jan
17
3:45PM/ AUD/ Musical Rehearsal
Tue Jan 17 2017
Jan
17
4:15PM/ C100+C101/ Teen Court
Tue Jan 17 2017
Jan
18
3:15PM/ AUD/ Musical Rehearsal
Wed Jan 18 2017
Jan
19
2:30PM/ A216/ Anime Club Mtg.
Thu Jan 19 2017
Jan
19
3:45PM/ AUD+E102/ Musical Rehearsal
Thu Jan 19 2017
Jan
19
7:00PM/ E101/ Band Boosters
Thu Jan 19 2017
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