Current TMJH 9th Grade Students High School Planning Meeting!
It's time to schedule your 9th-grade student's high school planning meeting. This meeting is an opportunity for students and their parents to meet with their school counselor to plan a customized high school experience and discuss options for after high school.
Many families find this information helpful prior to spring class registration, which begins in March.
Meetings are 30 mins. in duration
Students will join their counselor in the counseling office at school and connect with the parent either in person or via Google Meet.
Click on your student's counselor name below to schedule your appointment:
Niko Jensen (students with last names A-Ha)
Danielle Gillette (students with last names He-L)
Alice Jessen (students with last name M-N)
Kristen Hall (students with last names O-Z)
TMJH 2022-2023 YEARBOOK
The wait is over…
We are now set up for you to purchase this year’s 22/23 TMJH yearbook!! The yearbook staff is working hard to create a book of Treasure memories. The cost is $30. Secure your visual representation of this 22/23 school year today!
Please use the following link to purchase your yearbook:
Use the code 7338
Plug in your student’s name
Cost of the yearbook is $30. plus a handling fee
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