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Girls Soccer Recognition

Girls Soccer Recognition

(From left): Ashley Gnam, Madi McNair, Alison Turbeville, Morgan Scott, and Denver Wilson

The varsity Raiders girls soccer team advanced to the semifinals in the MAIS.

Seniors earning All Star recognition are Ashley Gnam, Alison Turbeville, Denver Wilson, Morgan Scott, and Madi McNair. Named All Conference are Emily McNair, Conley Chinn, Beatty Carpenter, Ashley Gnam, and Denver Wilson.

Girls Volleyball Recognition

Volleyball Recognition

(From left): Beaty Hill, Taylor Hodge, Hannah Wootton, Conley Chinn

The JA volleyball team finished their season with a 2nd place spot in the MAIS. The team was 26-6 for the year, with 9-1 in the conference. They also were the JA Varsity Invitaional Champions. Players Beaty Hill, Taylor Hodge, Hannah Wootton, and Conley Chinn were named to the All State Volleyball Team.

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Third Thursdays

Third Thursdays

Please join us for informal parent workshops offered to help with a variety of “hot topics” faced by parents and students today. Feel free to bring your lunch or just come listen and learn. Each session will last one hour and will be held in the PAC (Black Box Theatre). The Third Thursday workshops are free of charge and are all scheduled from 12-1 p.m.

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Congratulations to the Band

Band at the Clinton Arrow Invitational

Congratulations to the JA Band for an exceptional performance Saturday, October 5th at the Clinton Arrow Invitational. The band earned the following awards:

Class 4A: First Place Band, Music, Color Guard, and Visual Effect

Overall: Third Place (First Place Petal HS, Second Place Germantown HS)

Music and Visual: Second Overall

General Effect: Third Overall

Thank you to the parents who helped all weekend. Special thanks to all the FIELD CREW members – this show would not make it onto the field without them – and to Charlette Oswalt and Jamie Niemeyer for organizing meals for the students.

Thanks also to Charlotte McClellan for the photos posted on the band blog at jaband.blogspot.com. There are more of Charlotte’s photos in the online gallery: CLINTON 2013, and on the JA Band Facebook page.

Providing Guidance to Develop Perspective and Purpose

Chaplain John Hugh Tate and Students

(From Left): Steven Irby, Allie King, Chaplain John Hugh Tate, Bryan Sumner, Bailey Wood, and Eliza Lundy

Students at JA have abundant ways to build a rewarding life found in serving God and others. Chapel, Bible elective, mentoring, service, and initiating small groups are opportunities students can find here. Chaplain John Hugh Tate sees potential for students to develop additional mentoring and small group relationships in the JA community, too.

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