• JMMS Daily Bulletin

    Daily Bulletin


      Marshmallow Monday - Dress ;like a marshmallow or hot chocolate
      Toasty Tuesday - Wear your comfiest, coziest, and warmest clothes!
      Wizard Wednesday - Dress up as your favorite magical wizard
      Dress to Impress Thursday - Wear your fanciest clothes for a New Year's celebration
      Festive Friday - Dress as your most festive self for any holiday of the year!

    The John Muir Middle School Instrumental Music Association proudly presents our 2022 Holiday Concert, TONIGHT at 6:30 PM in the auditorium. You will be hearing from the Wheel Band, Beginning Band, Beginning Strings, Chamber Strings, Flute Choir, Holiday Brass and Holiday Reeds, The Muir Time Jazz Band, Symphonic Band, String Orchestra, and  the Mustang Symphony Orchestra. Tickets are $10, or $5 with a student ID. Concessions will be sold at intermission. We hope to see you there!


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Principal's Message - 2022-2023

  • December 5, 2022

    Posted by Connie Nassios on 12/5/2022

    Good evening, this is Dr. Miller, principal at John Muir Middle School with this week’s update.

    This is Spirit Week at Muir. Tomorrow students should wear their coziest clothes, followed by Wizard Wednesday, Dress to Impress Thursday, and Festive Friday.

    Tomorrow all students will run the bean run during their PE class.

    On Thursday, the School Site Council will meet and all are welcome to attend.

    On Thursday evening at 6:30, our Instrumental Music program presents their holiday concert. Tickets will be available at the door.

    PTSA is hosting a Teacher and Staff Appreciation Lunch for the holidays this Friday and they are still in need of donations and volunteers to make this amazing event happen. If you can give by donating or volunteering some time, please use the link in the accompanying email.

    Finally, Friday at 8:30am we will have Coffee with the Principal and all parents are invited to attend.

    Thank you and have a great week.


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