2018 Veterans' Day Assembly

On November 12, 2018, JHS was proud to honor our community heroes at the annual Veterans' Day Assembly.  With over 20 veterans in attendance, it was very inspiring to see so many men that offered their all for our freedoms.  Thank you, Veterans!

The 7-12 Band played several songs as a prelude to the event.
The 7th-12th Grade Choir sang "God Bless America."

Captain Jon Wilson
Captain Jon Wilson, with the National Guard and husband to our counselor Hannah Wilson, was our guest speaker.  He stated that one of the best ways to honor veterans was to dream big and then work hard to achieve those dreams.  He encouraged our students to use their gifts and abilities to do their best and make our world a better place. 

7-12th grade Choir

Some of our veterans and their loved ones

7th-12th Grade Choir sang "Armed Forces - The Pride of America," lead the "Pledge of Allegiance" and the "Star Spangled Banner."  
During the "Armed Forces - The Pride of America," the veterans were asked to stand as the song of their branch of service was sang.

Emma Baepler
Emma Baepler presents her winning essay on "What does it mean to be an American?"
VeteransSome of our veterans and their loved ones
Posting of the Colors
Travis Barbour and Ethan Imsland posted the Colors
Jarrett Gorman
Student Council President, Jarrett Gorman, welcomes our veterans and guests.

3-6th Grade Chorus
3-6 Grade Chorus sang "God Bless the USA" and "Free Like Me"

Poster Contest Winners
Awards were presented to two students in Grades K-5 for the posters they made to thank our veterans for their service.
Kindergarten: Savannah Magruder and Gordan Dawson
1st Grade: Lizzie Baepler and Conner Magruder
2nd Grade: Athena Brown and Eli Welch
3rd Grade: Hadley Clay and Tristan Schoenthal
4th Grade:  Clara Baepler and Noah Parvin
5th Grade:  Olivia Meisenheimer and Shepherd Lawson

Raena Lieser
Raena Lieser presents her winning essay on "What does it mean to be an American?"