Jemicy Upper School students showcased their written work at the Evergreen Coffee Shop during the annual Autumn Coffee House event. Excerpts from essays and poems were shared as the Jemicy community gathered to celebrate student accomplishments in writing.
The Marine Science and Environmental Sustainability and Design classes traveled to the Chesapeake Bay Foundation’s Phillip Merrill Center headquarters in Annapolis, MD, where they explored the office building – one of the “greenest” buildings in the world.
As part of our commitment to giving back to the community and instilling a sense of responsibility and compassion in our students, Jemicy Upper School participated in community service projects at 8 locations in the area on October 17th. Each student earned 5 hours of community service which goes towards their 40 hour graduation requirement. Student walked away from the day with a sense of pride and accomplishment.
Jean Anne and Allan Rabil recognized the five upper school students selected as Paul Rabil Foundation Scholars based on their dedicated participation in Jemicy sports or other co-curricular programs. These students have shared their talents with classmates, served as ambassadors for Jemicy School, and modeled Paul’s belief that students with learning differences can accomplish great things.