This webpage is set up to help inform parents and students of upcoming transitions that will take place at Jerome High School. At the top you will find tabs for the different areas of school transition, tabs will be added as needed. Under each tab you will find information about the transition that is taking place and the goal for Jerome High School. The goal for this webpage is to communicate with the community the progress and the direction that Jerome High School is moving toward. Click here to visit the webpage.
Picture (left to right) Representative Reed DeMordaunt, Kaitlin Mirkin, Cody Gilmore, Gretchen Hansten, Representative Maxine T. Bell, Elizabeth Thompson,, Alyssa Hansten, Jessica Fetterly, and Advisor Nicole Lebsack.
Students from FFA chapters across Idaho attended the 212° and 360° Leadership Conferences. These conferences are an activity of the National FFA Organization made possible by title sponsor Syngenta with additional support from Helena Chemical Company as a special project of the National FFA Foundation. Jessika Fetterly, Alyssa Hansten, Gretchen Hansten, Elizabeth Thompson, Kaitlin Mirkin and Cody Gilmore members of the Jerome FFA Chapter attended the event January 25-26, 2016 in Boise, ID. Click here to read the Press Release. Visit the Jerome High School FFA Website.
The staff at Jerome High School would like to make families aware of a new app that is available to students. It is called After School and is a site where students can make anonymous posts to classmates. The After School app is blocked by the school’s filtering system, however, students are able to download apps that allow them to bypass the filter. The app is also used extensively outside of school hours. Students are able to post derogatory comments, make threats, and post other inappropriate material on the After School app. JHS does not endorse this app and we strongly encourage families to monitor their student’s activity on not only this site but all social media.Read more: Attention Parents!
Melissa Rice, Assistant Principal at Jerome High School, has created a blog to highlight the great things that are happening there. Check out "The Assistant Principal's Corner".