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S tudents, parents
T eachers, and administrators
J oining togetherato preparea
aaaall students for

High academic standards to
aaameet tomorrow's challenges

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The school of St. Tammany Junior High School believes that the children, as individuals, have unique needs desires and expectations, and that the school is a basic institution for the development of intellectual, physical, social, emotional, moral, and motivational growth.

The school community of St. Tammany Junior High School believes that the nature of our world, country, and community is one of change. Therefore, the purposes of our school should be these:

  1. The preparation and development of each child's academic skills, technology skills, abilities, interests and responsibilities as they relate to his needs, desires, expectations in the real world.

  2. The supplementation and reinforcement of the instruction provided in the home, community, and other educational agencies.

  3. The promotion of self-discipline and self-motivation.

  4. Guidance in the areas of respect for self, respect for authority, and respect for individual rights and responsibilities of others.

The philosophy of St. Tammany Junior High School is based on the recognition that the school is established for the development of the student, as an individual, with unique needs, desires, expectations and experiences for the promotion of desirable habits acquired through knowledge, fostered skills, and attitudes necessary to encourage success-oriented behavior. It is under the influence of this goal that St. Tammany Junior High School depends on the entire school community for intellectual stimulation, moral guidance, and exemplary models for living to encourage every student to aspire to the attainment of the full development of his or her potential - intellectually, socially, emotionally, and morally.

The school and community of STJH further believes that this philosophy will help the students become productive, creative, technologically proficient, and self-assured citizens in the changing world.

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STJH Spotlight
Winning Wildcats

Social Studies Fair 2014-15 Winners

6th Grade Category Winners

Sociology/Politcal Science/ Economics Category
Winner Victoria Debarbieris

6th Grade History
1st Elizabeth O’Lear
2nd Princess Jackson
3rd Aaron Parks

6th Grade Anthropology
1st Jalen Moore
2nd Eboni Holliday
3rd Madison Jancas

Overall 6th Grade Winners
1st Jalen Moore
2nd Eboni Holliday
3rd Madison Jancas

7/8th Grade Category Winners
Winner Dacuma Bravo

7/8th Grade LA History
1st Harleigh Pittman
2nd Cade Price
3rd Kendall Cleveland

7/8th Grade Anthropology
1st Raven Donald
2nd Jared Jones
3rd Syan Mejia

7/8th Grade Economics
1st Kaleigh Ricks
2nd Chris Merz
3rd Christian Smith

7/8th Grade Geography
1st Joseph Bell
2nd Mason James

7/8th Grade Politcal Science
1st Neeiona Zar
2nd Karissa Greenlee
3rd Julia Dufour
3rd Anderson Belvins

7th Grade History
1st Kristina Timmons
1st Tyler Karger
2nd Peyton Price
2nd Madelyn Martin
2nd Logan Watters
3rd Jenna Powers
3rd Meredith Mareno

8th Grade History
1st Gabe Fusilier
1st Allie Bolling
2nd Tay Bolling
3rd Brianna Applegate

7th Grade Overall Winners
1st Kristina Timmons
2nd Jared Jones
3rd Neeiona Zar

8th Grade Overall Winners
1st Joseph Bell
2nd Gabe Fusilier
3rd Allie Bolling

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