Attention MS Families... Middle School Awards Night will be held on Tuesday, May 21st at 6:00 pm in The Iva Walker Auditorium. Letters were placed in the mail yesterday to all families whose students will be receiving an award. It's a great time to be a G-Man. Go G-Men!
8 days ago, Tom Bartz
Please support the JAG baseball team at Johnson’s automotive from 8-4 for their annual flower sale. The Baseball team will greatly appreciate it...so will Mom!
9 days ago, JAG Schools
flower sale
Congratulations to the JAG Elementary Drama Club on their first ever performance tonight! The Fractured Fairy Tales were outstanding! Thank you Mrs. Lovelace for directing!
22 days ago, JAG Schools
play
Attention Middle School Families... It appears that the issue with the State Testing Portal has been resolved but to ensure all of our students have enough time to take these tests we will be pushing our ELA Testing until tomorrow (4/11). Our students have demonstrated our Core Value of Perseverance while we worked with ODEW on these issues. Thanks for your patience and Go G-Men!
about 1 month ago, Tom Bartz
Attention Middle School Families... We just confirmed with The Ohio Department of Education and Workforce that the tech issue we were experiencing this morning for the ELA State Test is statewide and they are currently working to resolve it. If everything goes well we plan to take Part 1 this afternoon and will try for Part 2 tomorrow morning. For questions, please contact the Middle School Office at 330-527-2151. Go G-Men!
about 1 month ago, Tom Bartz
JAG Family - Just a few facts on the Solar Eclipse today: -Totality will be between 3:10-3:20 PM for roughly 3 minutes -Use your ISO 12312-2 certified glasses to view -Temps may drop by up to 15 degrees -Will not occur in Ohio again until 2099 Return your glasses to school tomorrow. We will be sending them to an organization that ships them to schools in other countries to view a future eclipse! Go G-Men!
about 1 month ago, JAG Schools
eclipse
Attention Middle School Families... A View from the Middle, our 3rd quarter recap video, has been posted for your viewing pleasure. Please see the related news article to watch now. It's a great time to be a G-Man! Go G-Men! https://www.jagschools.org/o/jag-middle-school/article/1539312
about 1 month ago, Tom Bartz
Come out to support Cairo and her courageous battle!
about 1 month ago, JAG Schools
Cairo
Hangry in the morning? Try a Grab-n-Go breakfast on your way to class.
about 2 months ago, JAG Schools
breakfast
JAG is hiring a Dietary Aide. More details can be found at https://www.jagschools.org/page/employment
about 2 months ago, JAG Schools
Dietary Aide
Congratulations to the cast on an outstanding opening night! Three shows remaining and they get even better each time!
2 months ago, JAG Schools
cast
Order your tickets now for the JAG Spring Musical production of Beauty and the Beast! https://www.showtix4u.com/event-details/82000 The show will run March 14, 15 and 16th at 7pm with a Matinée show at 2pm on March 16th.
2 months ago, JAG Schools
Beauty
Attention Middle School Parents... A letter has been sent home today with your student to inform you of our upcoming PBIS School Climate Survey the students will be asked to participate in during an upcoming G-Men Time activity. This survey gives us valuable information that our school staff uses to continually refine and improve our learning environments and school community. The survey is given out once each school year and a similar survey is provided to our staff as well as our parents. If you have any questions please feel free to contact the Middle School Office at 330-527-2151. In case your letter does not make it home a link to the information is below. Looking forward to everyone's honest and constructive feedback of how we are doing here at JAG. Go G-Men! https://5il.co/2f79k
3 months ago, Tom Bartz
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
Attention Middle School Parents ... Just a reminder that Middle School Parent / Teacher Conferences will be held on Thursday, February 15th from 3:00 - 6:00 pm. The sign up form is available online now at jagschools.org. For more information please refer to news article below. Go G-Men! https://www.jagschools.org/o/jag-middle-school/article/1435767
3 months ago, Tom Bartz
Attention Middle School Parents ... Parent / Teacher Conferences will be held on Thursday, February 15th from 3:00 - 6:00 pm. The sign up form is available online now at jagschools.org. For more information please refer to news article below. Go G-Men! https://www.jagschools.org/o/jag-middle-school/article/1435767
4 months ago, Tom Bartz
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