Congratulations to Sierra Foy for qualifying for the State Bowling Championships! She rolled a 592 at todays District Tournament
3 months ago, Jim Pfleger
SF
Free tickets to the 1st 100 people! Thank you Sarchione!
3 months ago, Jim Pfleger
sarchione
Mandatory practice for varsity track will begin on Monday 2/26. Athletes must be registered on Final Forms and have all forms signed and an active physical on file. Athletes should report directly to the track after school.
3 months ago, Jim Pfleger
Tonight's JV girls basketball game at Bristol will be 2 quarters
3 months ago, Jim Pfleger
Thank you to Officer Emily for all you do to keep us safe at JAG! Happy School Resource Officer Day! We 🖤💛you!
3 months ago, JAG Schools
Emily
Congratulations to Danny McIe for qualifying individually for the District Bowling Tournament!
3 months ago, Jim Pfleger
Congratulations to the varsity girls bowling team for qualifying to next weeks District Tournament!
3 months ago, Jim Pfleger
Congratulations to the varsity wrestlers for winning the MVAC league title today. Keegan Sell was named league MVP and Coach Andel received Coach of the Year honors!
3 months ago, Jim Pfleger
The JAG Athletic Department is in need of a ticket taker for tonight's wrestling match. If interested, contact Mr. Pfleger: jpfleger@jagschools.org
3 months ago, Nicole Lohr
The JAG Athletic Department is in need of a clock operator for Saturday's JV/Varsity basketball games. If interested, contact Mr. Pfleger: jpfleger@jagschools.org
3 months ago, Nicole Lohr
** Raffle Tickets** Athletes, remember to turn in your raffle tickets to Mr. Pfleger or Mrs. Lohr by tomorrow! If you need more tickets today, they are available in the high school office. If you sell 10 tickets you get a free t-shirt!!
4 months ago, Nicole Lohr
The JAG Athletic Department is in need of a clock operator for tonight’s middle school basketball games. If interested contact Mr. Pfleger at: jpfleger@jagschools.org
4 months ago, Jim Pfleger
** Raffle Tickets** Athletes remember to turn in your raffle tickets to Mr. Pfleger or Mrs Lohr ASAP! If you need more tickets they are available in the high school office.
4 months ago, Jim Pfleger
JAG Schools will be closed today due to icy road conditions. Please stay safe and Go G-Men!
4 months ago, JAG Schools
ICE
The G-Men mascot of James A. Garfield Local Schools has a unique origin tied to the Alvin Karpis train robbery in Garrettsville. On November 7th, 1935, Karpis and his gang executed the last successful train robbery in American history. In the small town of Garrettsville, Ohio, Karpis ambushed a train carrying $45,650 intended to pay factory workers – an equivalent of over $1 million today. Following this daring heist, Government agents, known as the G-Men, pursued Karpis. The school adopted the G-Men nickname to honor these agents, symbolizing strength, a relentless pursuit of justice and a commitment to upholding the law. The black and gold colors of the G-Men now represent resilience and triumph over wrongdoing. This distinctive mascot has gained recognition as one of the most unique in the country. The symbolism goes beyond the local community, resonating with a broader audience as a testament to strength and the pursuit of justice in our country. In 2020, the newest rendition of the G-Men mascot was unveiled, adding another layer to its legacy. Local resident and JAG graduate Benjamin Coll ('05) took on the task of creating this modern representation. Coll's design captures the essence of the G-Men, combining local pride with a timeless symbol of courage and determination. Today, the G-Men stand not only as a powerful reminder of the community's history but also as a symbol of artistic talent and local innovation.
4 months ago, JAG Schools
G-Men
The G-Men mascot of James A. Garfield Local Schools has a unique origin tied to the Alvin Karpis train robbery in Garrettsville. On November 7th, 1935, Karpis and his gang executed the last successful train robbery in American history. In the small town of Garrettsville, Ohio, Karpis ambushed a train carrying $45,650 intended to pay factory workers – an equivalent of over $1 million in today's money. Following this daring heist, Government agents, known as the G-Men, pursued Karpis. The school adopted the G-Men nickname to honor these agents, symbolizing strengths, a relentless pursuit of justice and a commitment to upholding the law. The black and gold colors of the G-Men now represent resilience and triumph over wrongdoing. This distinctive mascot has gained recognition as one of the most unique in the country. The symbolism goes beyond the local community, resonating with a broader audience as a testament to the pursuit of justice in our country. In 2020, the newest rendition of the G-Men mascot was unveiled, adding another layer to its legacy. Local resident and JAG graduate Benjamin Coll ('05) took on the task of creating this modern representation. Coll's design captures the essence of the G-Men, combining local pride with a timeless symbol of courage and determination. Today, the G-Men stand not only as a powerful reminder of the community's history but also as a symbol of artistic talent and local innovation.
4 months ago, JAG Schools
G-Men
JAG Schools will be closed today due to slick roads and the additional snow in the forecast. All events on campus today are cancelled so our crews can work on clearing snow. Be safe, and Go G-Men!
4 months ago, JAG Schools
snow
Updated Schedule for 1/17/24 Wrestling home - On as scheduled Bowling away - On as scheduled Middle School Basketball Practices/Games - Cancelled HS Girls Basketball - Rescheduled for tomorrow at Champion
4 months ago, JAG Schools
updated schedule
All middle school practices and games are cancelled for today
4 months ago, Jim Pfleger
Tonight's jv/varsity girls basketball games at Champion have been moved to tomorrow (Thursday 1/18/24).
4 months ago, Jim Pfleger