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Four Jefferson Hills Intermediate School students were recognized by the West Jefferson Hills School Board during Tuesday night’s monthly meeting.

JHIS Students recognized by the WJHSD School Board (pictured L to R) - Savannah Bell, Violet Comstock, Giulianah Low and Zeke Sable
Students, teachers and administrators gathered for a group photo.
WJHSD superintendent Dr. Janet Sardon congratulates JHIS student Giulianah Low
WJHSD superintendent Dr. Janet Sardon congratulates JHIS student Zeke Sable

Fifth-grade students Savannah Bell, Violet Comstock, Giulianah Low and Zeke Sable were selected for recognition for the essays they wrote about “What does it mean to be a fifth-grade student at JHIS and what are you most looking forward to this year?” Each student read their essay at the meeting. Bell also read the district’s mission statement at the start of the session.

The students were introduced by their fifth-grade homeroom teachers: Melissa Arndt, Angela Bell, Kelly Hartbauer and Amanda McWilliams. 

Senior class representatives Angelina Buckiso, Nicholas Horgan and Annali Thomas provided the Board with an update on some of the activities, achievements, and upcoming events at Thomas Jefferson High School.


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