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Jennie F. Snapp Middle School (Grades 6-8)
101 Loder Avenue
607-658-7117 (Fax) 
What's Happening at JFS
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NJHS logo Students inducted into honor society
 A new tradition has begun at JFS with its first induction ceremony of the National Junior Honor Society (NJHS.) 
Spanish flag JFS Spanish students teach lessons
JFS seventh- and eighth-grade Spanish students in Melissa Greco’s and Kevin Housel’s classes shared their knowledge of a world language with our Tiger Cubs at CFJ and TJW. 
JFS tiger logo 8th Grade Moving Up Ceremony
8th Grade Moving Up Ceremony is 8:00am Thursday, June 20, 2019 at the JFS Middle School Gymnasium. 
JFS Tigers JFS celebrate their success
Students in JFS celebrated their completions of FACTs (Fun Academic Character through School) program with treats and awards after their final session held last week. 
old books JFS hosts author fair
JFS eighth-grade students had the chance to research and assume the personality of their favorite author for their Annual Author Fair, hosted recently in the JFS Library.

SciGirls logo Girls step into coding
SciGirls CODE, an afterschool program, has been meeting once a week during the school year with Bobbi Rosenberger and support from WSKG Public Media and SciGirls.  
JFS Tigers Students travel to Boston
It was a trip to learn about history and science, and see the sites of one of the oldest cities in the country as 40 seventh graders recently visited historic Boston. 
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Upcoming Events
UEHS XC 24-hour relay
Thu Jun 20 2019
to Fri Jun 21 2019

UEHS Graduation
Sat Jun 29 2019
Contact Us
Main Office: 607-757-2156
607-658-7117 (Fax) 
Nurse: 607-757-2168
607-757-2853 (Fax)
Attendance: 607-757-2161
Guidance: 607-757-2164 


Tim Lowie - Principal
Heather Pufky  - Associate Principal
Michael Moran - Assistant Principal

The Olweus Program has four Anti-Bullying Rules that we subscribe to:

1.We will not bully others.

2.We will try to help students who are bullied.

3.We will try to include students who are left out.

4.If we know that somebody is being bullied, we will tell an adult at school and an adult at home.

District Office: 1100 East Main St, Endicott, New York | Phone: 607.757.2811
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