Fort Johnson Middle School Communication

Communication page for Fort Johnson Middle School

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FoJo 2017 Promotion Ceremony 06/02/2017

It's a wrap! Congratulations to the last class of Fort Johnson Middle School. Remember to always stay humble and kind.


Camp for rising 8th & 9th grade girls interested in STEM.
This is a great opportunity for all young ladies who are interested in STEM or just curious about college.
Cost: The camp is completely FREE (Meals included)
Registration deadline: June 8th.


FoJo's last 8th-grade class. Good luck to these students as they continue on their educational journey.


Memory Lane
As most of you know, FoJo was originally the home of James Island High School. The school was built in 1953 and was, at that time, the only public high school on James Island. In 1969, Fort Johnson High School was built and the students on James Island went to two different high schools. In 1983, James Island High School and Fort Johnson High School merged and the building then became the home of Fort Johnson Middle School. As we come to the end of an era, take a stroll down memory lane and see if you recognize any of your classmates, friends and/or even your children. (Video created by Mrs. Jennifer Spain)


Awesome performance by Mr. Jehl and the band students. Thank you to Sharon Steffan for providing the video.


How cool is this?? Mrs. Bullard's ELA classes raised enough money to acquire a billboard in support of their Kids Rise Campaign. The billboard can be found on the right-hand side of Folly Road past Brickhouse Kitchen. It's there through the weekend. Check it out if you can! Awesome job Mrs. Bullard and students!


Timeline Photos


Congratulations to Mrs. Gamble who was named as the Middle School Learning Community Classified Professional of the Year at last night's Employee Recognition Banquet in North Charleston.

Mrs. Gamble was also a runner-up for District Classified Professional of the Year. We are so proud of you, Mrs. Gamble! This award is well deserved!!


Congratulations to our Duke TIP Scholars.
Nola Webb, Marianne Jenkins, Destiny Vinson, Sarah Grace Jennings


FoJo's own, Mr. McCann, not only coached the wrestling team but is still an active participant in wrestling tournaments. Congratulations Mr. McCann on your awards.
**1st picture - 1st Place at the SC Grappling Championships on 10-9-16.
**2nd picture - 2nd Place at the Samurai Slam Wrestling Tournament in Summerville, SC on 4-8-17.
**3rd picture - 3rd Place at the Newbreed Wrestling Tournament on 4-15-17.


Congratulations to Mrs. Gamble, our awesome data clerk. Mrs. Gamble has been selected as one of the top five CCSD Classified Employees of the Year.


Looking for a way to become involved at the new Middle School next year? This might be for you...


CCSD Weather Statement


3rd Nine Weeks Honor Roll


Congratulations to the Lady Rams on their winning (4-3) softball season.


April Students of the Month
8th grade - Christian Nelson
7th grade - Isabelle Jordan
6th grade - Xander Lee-Bedford


April Employee of the Month
Mrs. Halek


Timeline Photos


Track and Field Action - 3/22
Personal Best performances:
**1600 meter run - Ashton Loring (7th grade)
**100 meter high hurdles - Ashley Atwater (8th grade)
**Discus - Daniel Voell (8th grade)
****Daniel broke his own school record for the 2nd time this year with a throw of 92 feet, 11 inches. Daniel's mark puts him as the #3 8th grader in the state of South Carolina in the discus throw! Way to go Daniel!

FoJo Career Fair 2017 03/23/2017

Thank you to Mrs. Ciucci for putting together another successful career day. Thank you to all of the participants who came out and talked to the students about their respective careers. And a huge shout out to the students for representing FoJo and JIMS so well!!


Reminder - Tomorrow, March 15, is an early release day. Students will be dismissed at 1:30.


2017/2018 Academic Calendar approved by CCSD.


Cell Phone Policy


Celebrating National Women's History Month. Here are some "inspirational women in history" that showed up to represent at FoJo...
**Rosie the Riveter - Iconic figure of the women who worked in defense industries during WWII. (
**Joan of Arc - Lead the French army to victory over the English during the Hundred Years' War. (
**Marie Curie - Invented radium and became the first woman to win a Nobel prize, paving the way for future women in the field of science. (
**Malala Yousafzai - defied the Taliban in Pakistan and demanded that girls be allowed to receive an education; youngest person ever to receive the Nobel Peace Prize. (


If your child is interested in this wonderful opportunity, please register as soon as possible. This will fill up quickly.


Interested in participating in FoJo's Career Day? Contact Mrs. Ciucci to find out more information.


March 23, 2017 - FoJo's Annual Dress to Impress Day


Timeline Photos


Timeline Photos


31st annual Trident Technical College Academic QUEST competition.
FOJO winners were:
Left- Zoe Luczaj,
Level 1 visual arts, 2nd place
Middle-Margie Moore
Level 1 composition, 2nd place
Right- Aidan Wunderly
Level 2 visual arts, 3rd place 03/05/2017

The Be Nice Challenge...

Look at this awesome video that was made by 3 of our 7th graders - Mark Owens, Nathan Leader and Grant Lauer. Awesome job fellas. How many of us are up for the challenge?!? Just be nice...I challenge you. music: Music by Ninety9Lives Goodbye Gravity - Ascent Video: Download / Stream:


8th graders visiting the SC Supreme Court and State House


The following students will be representing FoJo at this event:
Aidan Wunderley, JosieWetzel, Morgan Gillette, Susan Judy, Rhi French, Jayden Gathers, Shae Kelly, Rebecca Young, Kate Collins and Savannah Hodges.


Congratulations to the members of the Track and Field team who competed in their first meet of the year against Stratford High School and set personal records in the following:
-1600 meter run:
**8th graders Hudson Graham, JT Morrow, Cayleigh Brown and Finney Garrigan
**7th graders Mark Owens, Zola Rucker, Ella Kieler and Ashton Loring.
-Shot Put:
**8th grader Daniel Voell


Congratulations to Timothy Bulson and Christian Nelson for being selected to the South Carolina Region 4 Honor Band. Hundreds of students from across the Low Country go through a very difficult audition process for this group and being selected is an outstanding honor.

Videos (show all)

Memory LaneAs most of you know, FoJo was originally the home of James Island High School. The school was built in 1953 a...
FOJO/JIMS Valentine PTA Dance
Spring ConcertJay Jehl - Band Director7th/8th Grade Band - Don't Stop Believing#FOJOSpringConcert2k16
Spring ConcertJay Jehl - Band Director7th/8th Grade Band - Bohemian Rhapsody#FOJOSpringConcert2k16
Spring ConcertJay Jehl - Band Director7th/8th Grade Band - Freeze Frame#FOJOSpringConcert2k16
Spring ConcertJay Jehl - Band Director7th/8th Grade Band - Centuries#FOJOSpringConcert2k16
Spring ConcertJay Jehl - Band Director7th/8th Grade Band - Final Countdown#FOJOSpringConcert2k16
Spring ConcertRebecca Schubel - Strings Director7th/8th Grade Strings - All About That Bass#FOJOSpringConcert2k16
Spring ConcertRebecca Schubel - Strings Director7th/8th Grade Strings - Through the Eye of the Storm#FOJOSpringConcert2k...




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