The annual St. Martin Food Drive will end next Wednesday. Items may be dropped off in the boxes in the front office or to class sponsors. This will be a class competition, but it will also help people within the St. Martin Community. Any non-perishable item will be accepted, but we have asked each grade level to bring in certain items.
The 9th-grade girls defeated Ocean Springs 29 to 18. Symira Fair led all scorers with 9 points followed by A’Shaiyah Lett with 8. The girls are now 2 and 0. Way to go Jackets!
9th-grade boys lost a thriller to ocean springs 43-42. Nathan Patrick led the way with 13 points, Dakarai Frazier had 5 points 11 rebounds, and Jermaine Glispy had 8 points 10 rebounds.
Our bowling teams traveled to Hancock last night to open the season. The boys high score was turned in by Ryan Fiorentino with a 219. The girls had every team member either hitting their average and above with high scores of 163 from Kylie Nguyen and Alyssa Tondee recording 2 games of 162.
American Lube Fast located on Washington Avenue will donate $5.00 to St. Martin High School for each oil change when you say you are a Yellow Jacket Fan. In addition, you will receive 10 percent off. Please tell everyone you know the key phrase as we are trying to generate funds for new computers, laptops, and IPADS for student and staff use.
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Students and parents can sign-up for the reminders using the phone number and message above. This is a good way to keep up with what is going on with your class.You can opt-out of messages at anytime by replying, unsubscribe @what ever group you are in ex. unsubscribe@21grad21, if you were signed up for the freshmen remind.
We're loyal to St. Martin High
We're proud of the gold and blue
We got a team that is fine
And a team that will shine
And a team that's tried and true
FIGHT! FIGHT! FIGHT!
Go down the field to victory
Our spirits are right with you
So go out tonight, YOU yellow jackets and fight
For the gold and the blue
The mission of the Jackson County School District is to provide a safe, nurturing environment conducive to quality education wherein all students have the opportunity to obtain the essential skills necessary to achieve the goals of their choice and to become responsible, productive citizens.