Washington Middle School students recently used a triple beam balance to measure the mass of a block in Sebastian DiNapoli’s science class. Then students used a ruler to measure the length, width, and height of that block. Finally, they used the formula density equals mass divided by volume to calculate the density of the block.
JHS’ 2016 Commencement Ceremony – Watch a Slideshow of Photographs from the Night!
June 25, 2016
JHS Holds 2016 Baccaulaureate – Watch Videos!
June 24, 2016
Ring Elementary School 3rd Graders Present the Life Cycle Musical
JPS Elementary School Students Help Out Relay For Life
June 22, 2016
JHS Announces Class of 2016 Top 5%
June 20, 2016
AJP Awards the Karen Hessney Scholarship
June 17, 2016
JHS Announces 2016 Valedictorian Matthew Elia and Salutatorian Luke Kindberg
June 16, 2016
JHS Announces 2016 Commencement Speaker Kim Sinatra
June 15, 2016
Cummins Employees Volunteer Time to Help Fletcher Students Learn More About Science
JHS Awards & Honors Nights Gives Out Over $825,000
June 14, 2016