Morgan City Junior High School

Volleyball practice at Morgan City Junior High School

A Back to School Volleyball Camp was held at Morgan City Junior High School for seventh and eighth grade volleyball teams Monday and Tuesday. Players worked on volleyball fundamentals in preparation for the coming season. First row, from left, manager Ty’Jana Francois, Sariyah Bourgeios, Aaliyah Davis, Haley Crappell, Drew Angeron, Brianna Burbante, and manager Laney Delgado. Middle row, from left, Ashanta Williams, Brysa Zamudio, Alaina Paray, Capt. Hannah Prado, Nia Lightfoot, Hadden Trotter, Randasha Grogan and Kayla Barrow. Back row, from left, instructor Claire Beadle, Al’Keirria Lewis, Capt. Sh’Diamond Holly, Terre’yan Johnson, Deryon Johnson, Jacelyn Bouillion, Jamia Francois, Leah Stockstill and instructor Sharlene Ruffin. Players not photographed are Mary Vincent and Capt. McKenzi Smith. (The Daily Review/Photos by Crystal Thielepape)

Morgan City Junior High School students treated to theater visit

Morgan City Junior High School sent 260 students to the movies May 16 for having good behavior for the entire year. The reward is part of the Positive Behavior Intervention and Support Program. Darlene Toups of Lake Cinema hosted the class and the Morgan City Police Department provided escort from the school.
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Morgan City Junior High School sent 260 students to the movies May 16 for having good behavior for the entire year. The reward is part of the Positive Behavior Intervention and Support Program.

Teacher of the Year

Kenneth Holmes, Morgan City Junior High School principal, recognized his school’s Teacher of the Year Shantell Watson with a jacket commemorating her year.
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Kenneth Holmes, Morgan City Junior High School principal, recognized his school’s Teacher of the Year Shantell Watson with a jacket commemorating her year.
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Top Tigers

Morgan City Junior High School’s second nine-weeks “Tigers of the Quarter” are, from left, sixth-grader Brittin Pierce, seventh-grader Gabriel Garcia, and eighth-grader Fernando Torres. Bottom row, from left, are sixth-grader Hannah Adams, seventh-grader Ciera Guidry, and eighth-grader Allie Vincent. Tigers of the Quarter must possess Tiger pride behavior: being prepared; showing respect; displaying integrity; exhibiting determination; and excel at all responsibilities.
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Morgan City Junior High School’s second nine-weeks “Tigers of the Quarter” are, from left, sixth-grader Brittin Pierce, seventh-grader Gabriel Garcia, and eighth-grader Fernando Torres.

MCJHS holding fundraiser for Ruston tourney

The Morgan City Junior High School girls’ basketball team is holding a barbeque dinner fundraiser Jan. 18 to raise money to attend the Middle School Multi-State Championship at Louisiana Tech University in Ruston, an event the Lady Tigers were chosen to attend Jan. 31-Feb. 1. The team is accepting both monetary donations for the trip, which head coach Allise Jennings estimated will cost $2,200, and food for the fundraiser. Those interested in helping should call Jennings at 985-714-3966. All checks should be made payable to Morgan City Junior High School. Morgan City’s squad, which is 6-0 this season, includes, back row, manager Jamia Francois, Katie Brooks, Terr’yan Johnson, Deryon Johnson, India Bennet, Alissa Julien, Sh’Diamond Holly and manager Anaria Clark. On the middle row are manager Amari Garrett, Hailey Lewis, Nia Lightfoot, Alira Clark, Indeara Chenvert, Ke’Tasha Williams and manager Kur’Lyiah Johnson. On the front row are Courtney Welsh, Alisha Singleton, Allie Vincent, Aaliyah Davis and TaJanay Hawkins. (Submitted Photo/Courtesy of Wade Gussman Photography)

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