Joseph City Hot Rod Club roars to victory at EA Skills Day! We're thrilled to announce that our team clinched first place, leaving competitors in the dust with their expertise in rotating tires and acing the written test. Huge congrats to our talented Freshmen Anakin Hutchens, Colton Bushman, and Zach Powers for showcasing their automotive prowess and representing our school with pride!
6 days ago, Tyson Smith
Hot Rod club Left to right, Tyson smith (sponsor) Anakin Hutchens, Colton Bushman, Zach Powers
*Not sponsored by MTN DEW
Congratulations to our HS Art students, Ashlee Bushman and Rory Green, together as a team they won Honorable Mention in their Chalk Art Creation. Ashlee Bushman also won 2nd place in her still life drawing. Way to go Wildcats!!
6 days ago, Amy Peterson
HS Art Students
HS Art Students
HS Art Students
HS Art Students
HS Art Students
We had an awesome group who represented us well at the EA Skills Day competition. Individual groups will be posting their results with pictures be here are the students who placed in the competition: Autos: 1st Place - Zack Powers, Colton Bushman, Anakin Hutchens Art: Still Life drawing - Ashlee Bushman 2nd place Sidewalk Chalk - Honorable Mention - Ashlee Bushman - Rory Green Chemistry - 1st Place Cory McLaws 2nd Place - Kandalynn Talley Biology - Rat dissection - Honorable Mention - Charles Gardner
6 days ago, Eric Miller
EA Skills Day
Congrats to the Chemistry and Biology students that placed at EA Skills day. Cory earned 1st place in the Chemistry lab, Kandalynn earned 2nd place in the Chemistry lab, and Charles earned Honorable Mention in the Rat Dissection and Anatomy.
7 days ago, Jess Bushman
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Mrs. Petersons JH Art class was able to view the Solar Eclipse yesterday with a pinhole projector made in class, this is done by using a cardboard box, making a small hole with a sewing needle into a square of tinfoil. As the sun enters this tiny pinhole it acts like a tiny camera, letting light enter and projecting the images through to the other side allowing viewers to capture their surroundings.
8 days ago, Amy Peterson
watching the eclipse
students viewing eclipse with safety glasses
pinhole projector
making of pinhole projector box
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Thank you to Waters Center for System Thinking & STEMAZing Systems Thinking for providing Mrs. Bushman with certified eclipse glasses and NASA Punch cards to view the 2024 Great American Solar Eclipse. It was a great way to view this special event.
8 days ago, Jess Bushman
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JH/HS yearbooks are now on sale!! The cost is $40 if you purchase your yearbook before May 1st. After May 1st the cost goes up to $45. You can purchase your copy in the front office.
14 days ago, Eric Miller
YB Flyer
Our Science class pets - they have no names - one is a common House Mouse (Mus musculus) and the other is a Pinyon Mouse (Peromyscus truei).
19 days ago, Jess Bushman
mouse
This Friday will be an Enrichment and Tutorial Day for Joseph City students. It is a good opportunity to prepare for the standardized tests that students will be taking over the next few weeks. Take advantage of this opportunity and hit a home run on test!
22 days ago, B. Fields
2024-25 Kindergarten Preview. We want to meet the upcoming kindergartners and show them what to expect during the next school year. .
27 days ago, Elementary School
Kindergarten Preview Day Flyer 24-25
Job Opening for Transportation Manager. www.jcusd.org/jobs Great Team, generous benefits
about 1 month ago, Julie Strong
Join our Team!
Earth and Space students working on a Sun Spot project looking at drawings of Sun Spots by Angelo Secchi 1853 - 1878 in Rome, Italy. Secchi was a Jesuit scientist that was fascinated by the sun and drew the Sun Spots he could see. By knowing how many Sun Spots there were in the years 1853 - 1878 and how they changed, scientists today can better understand the Sun Spots that are seen on the sun today.
about 1 month ago, Jess Bushman
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The District would like to express our heartfelt appreciation to Bruce Nockideneh and Bob Martineau with their help on the Elementary HVAC (Heating, Ventilation, Air Conditioning) system. Their work has saved the District significant money and preserved equipment to keep our classroom climates optimal. The school community has a large talent pool and we appreciate those who step in to help out. If you are interested in helping out at the school some way, please let us know. Go Wildcats!
about 1 month ago, Julie Strong
Thank You!
The JCHS Baseball Tournament will be held over the next three days at Joseph City High School. The Varsity Baseball Team will play one game each day. Their first game will on be on Thursday, March 7th at 10:00 a.m. vs. Hopi High School. The rest of their games and times for the tournament will be determined by the outcome of each game. Go Wildcats!!
about 1 month ago, Daniel Hutchens
Wildcats
The JCHS Softball Tournament will be held over the next three days at Joseph City High School. The Varsity Softball Team will play at the following times and dates. Thursday, March 7th 8:30 am - Joseph City vs Ganado Noon - Joseph City vs. El Capitan Friday, March 8th 10:15 am - Joseph City vs Kingman High School 3:15 pm - Joseph City vs Globe The pool play games on Thursday and Friday will determine the time that the Lady Wildcats will play on Saturday in the bracket play. Go Wildcats!!
about 1 month ago, Daniel Hutchens
Wildcats
Chemistry class pH testing using different types of indicators.
about 1 month ago, Jess Bushman
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March 4th to the 7th is Reading Week at the ELEMENTARY school. We are celebrating READING with different dress-up days and activities because WE LOVE READING! Our Book Blast books will be arriving this week. Our Reading Awards Assemblies are Thursday, March 7. Please, take time to read with your children. What is your favorite childhood book? How did you become acquainted with it? Read, Read, Read, Read, Read!
about 2 months ago, Elementary School
Reading Week Poster Elementary School
Today 2nd hour Chemistry achieved Lab Independence - they can do a lab with out being given instructions or equipment, just handed a packet and using the materials that are stored in their lab tables and being creative and thinking outside the box and making things work. Using pH to create a Rainbow.
about 2 months ago, Jess Bushman
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Logical Chemistry: This is a lab that will soon be available from ASU's Arizona STEM Acceleration Project written by Mrs. Bushman.
about 2 months ago, Jess Bushman
Log Chem
Log Chem
Log Chem
Log Chem
A big THANK YOU to Jennie Miller from the Joseph City Fire Department who taught our A&P class CPR and Stop the Bleed.
about 2 months ago, Jess Bushman
Jennie Miller