On Friday, all schools in the Exeter Township School District will utilize a Flexible Instruction Day (FID). The day will count as a school day; however, students will not report to their school buildings. Instead, they will complete their school work from home. For attendance purposes, students are required to log onto their building website and report their attendance from these links:
Please log your attendance no later than 10AM.
Students in grades 4-12 should log onto Schoology for each of their classes to receive their assignments for the day. These assignments will be posted by 9AM. Students in grades K-3 received FID assignments from their teachers and should complete the assignments for FID Day #2. These assignments are also available at the link above.
Teachers will have a dedicated office hour that they will communicate to students and answer questions throughout the day via email and voicemail.
EMA's Supper Serenade will be postponed to next Friday, February 11th. Should you have questions about the Supper Serenade's postponement, please reach out to Mrs. Crotty at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Enjoy the day, and please stay safe.
November 19th and 20th at 7pm
Exeter Junior High School Auditorium
From the planet of Who and the smallest of small, to the Jungle of Nool and the largest of all, we welcome you back to live theater at Exeter JHS as you follow the story of Horton the Elephant and many more of your Seuss friends.
To see a copy of the cast list please click here
Reserved tickets can be purchased at https://exeterjhs.seatyourself.biz
Jennifer Cooke, Assistant Principal | Junior High
Jennifer started at the Junior High today as the new Assistant Principal, replacing Joe Alcaro, who is moving to Reiffton as their new Assistant Principal. Jennifer previously worked as the Assistant Principal at Reading High School. Prior to her experience at Reading, Jennifer was a math teacher for 14 years at Daniel Boone. She also experienced a variety of teaching positions early in her career, including working in the Philadelphia area. "I truly love middle school because it's such a great time for kids as they're figuring out who they are and discovering what they want from life. I hope to help them with that discovery and guide them in the direction of the futures," she says. She lives in Douglassville with her husband, her son and her three dogs.
This year’s LIONS International Peace Poster contest invited students to celebrate the things that helped make them feel connected to each other, their communities, and the world during these unprecedented times. From the Junior High, three Exeter students were recognized and received cash prizes by the Exeter Township Lions Club for their outstanding interpretation of this theme through their artwork, including third place winner, Danny Wright (left); second place winner Madelyn Rismiller (second from right) and first place winner, Faith Hartman (center). They were joined by Lions Club representatives, Principal Alex Brown and art teacher Kimberly Lopez, and congratulated by Leo the Lion! Awesome work, Eagles!