Mr. Brad Piper

Principal

Je-Neir Elementary

1001 W. 2nd Street, Momence, IL 60954

P(815)472-6646, F(815)450-6233

jn-office@mcusd1.net

SUMMER BRIDGE PROGRAM: Classes start July 8th and run through July 30th. Classes will be Monday-Thursday ONLY (NO CLASSES ON FRIDAYS) 7:45am-12:15pm. Breakfast and a light mid-morning snack will be provided, NO LUNCHES are served.

*Please note that one absence only is permissible, however, not encouraged. If there are other conflicting commitments, we suggest that the student not enroll. There are no exceptions to this attendance rule.

PROGRAMA PUENTE DE VERANO: Las clases comienzan el 8 de julio y se extienden hasta el 30 de julio. Las clases serán SOLAMENTE de lunes a jueves (NO HAY CLASES LOS VIERNES) de 7:45 a. m. a 12:15 p. m. Se proporcionará desayuno y un refrigerio ligero a media mañana, NO se sirven ALMUERZOS.

*Tenga en cuenta que solo se permite una ausencia, pero no se recomienda. Si existen otros compromisos en conflicto, sugerimos que el estudiante no se matricule. No hay excepciones a esta regla de asistencia.

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Total Solar Eclipse

All of our students were so excited about the total solar eclipse and had many activities and lessons that taught them all about the one that occurred on Monday, April 8th. 1st grader Adeline Russell drew her interpretation of how the eclipse happens. Great work Adeline! Safety is the number one priority when viewing a total solar eclipse which is why only the 2nd, 3rd and 4th grade students were able to go outside and view this marvel with specialized eye protection designed for solar viewing.

1st Grader Adeline Russell's Drawing of her Eclipse Interpretation

Staff looking at the eclipse

Students and teachers looking at the eclipse

Mrs. Sohl and students waiting for the eclipse

Mrs. DeVries students having a blast learning about the eclipse!

If you missed it yesterday, the next total solar eclipse that you would be able to view in the United States will not be until August 23, 2024!

Para Jackie Davis and her son, student Jayce Davis waiting for the eclipse

Mrs. Lambert's class with their eclipse hats!

Mrs. Smith, Mrs. Sohl and students eclipse gazing

~ HIGHLIGHTS AND HAPPENINGS ~

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Je-Neir students petting ducks and chickens with FFA students from MCHS