Bluejay football final score in Elkton 6-34.
Good afternoon. The HS FB game in Elkton at 3 pm is scheduled to be streamed on the Elkton Charter School Facebook page. Go Jays! https://www.facebook.com/ElktonCharterschool
JHS Vball swept CS Lewis Academy last night!! 3-0 Tonight they play Cross Hill Christian at home while the Football team travels to Elkton for their first game of the season. GO BLUE JAYS!!!
MS Lady Jays lose this set 8-15
MS Lady Jays drop second set 15-25
Middle School Lady Jays drop heartbreaker first set to Vernonia 24-26
Bluejays sweep Livingstone!! Win 3rd match, 25-17.
Match #2, Bluejays WIN. 25-19.
Jewell HS VBALL @ Livingstone Bluejays take match #1, 25-7.
MS VBALL, Last set. Bluejays WIN. 19-17!! Good job girls!!!!!
MS VBALL, the Lady Bluejays dropped the 2nd set 20-25.
Jewell MS VBALL. First match to Knappa, lost 15-25.
After a looong wait, athletic competitions will finally commence next week! Just a reminder that there are many guidelines in place to protect both our athletes and those athletes who visit our campus. The same is true for when we travel. And we will encounter varying allowances pending the county and district we are competing against. There will be no spectators allowed for either the away or home MS VB matches this season. For all home HS VB matches this season, only senior athletes are allowed a maximum of two spectators apiece. For our home HS FB games, assuming things in Clatsop County remain the same, we are allowed a total of 300 socially distanced and masked athletes, fans, and personnel helping to conduct the contest in the facility. Children must remain seated and will not be allowed to run around and play in the grassy areas of the stadium. No spectators will be allowed for the majority of our travel for at least this second OSAA season. Please contact Mr. Freeman if you have any concerns or questions. And here's to finally enjoying the fulfillment and spirit of some athletic competition!
Congratulations SENIORS!!!! Thanks for all of your hard work this year. You will be missed.
Contact sports are now allowed per Governor Brown! Which means we can play football and basketball! Best news I have heard in some time...
Great work Mr. Bowles and students!!! Construction class in action.
On Tuesday, February 23rd our sophomores will take the PSAT 10...a practice version of the Scholastic Aptitude Test (SAT). The SAT is a standardized test that measures knowledge and skills in reading, writing, and math—the same knowledge and skills your student needs to succeed in college and career. To help them prepare, our sophomores have access to free SAT practice tests and tutorials through Kahn Academy. Leading up to the test, they should spend approximately 2 hours per day practicing their skills. In addition, please remind them to be well rested and eat a healthy breakfast on test day. If you have questions or concerns about the test, please contact me at 503-755-2451 ext.3011 or email@example.com. You can find additional information about the PSAT 10 on the College Board website.
Both middle and high school cross country will begin practicing on February 22nd which is the first day of the new OSAA athletic season. Please contact Coach Weichal or Mr. Freeman if you have any questions!
Coach Meier and Coach Johnston will begin MS VB on February 16th! Please contact either coach or Mr. Freeman if you have any questions.
Good afternoon! How awesome is your Jewell School coaching staff you ask? Awesome enough to earn level one honor roll status from the National Federation of High Schools, or NFHS! This is an accolade that must be earned through individual commitment and effort and reflects the collective professionalism of our coaching staff. I am proud to work with them all and I hope you are as equally proud to have them working with your children. Jewell School coaches...thank you.