Morgan City Junior High

St. Mary Parish Schools

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  • Football Game vs. Centerville

    Posted by Therra Williams on 10/26/2020

    Due to weather conditions, the football game against Centerville scheduled for tomorrow will be played today at 5p.m at Tiger Stadium.

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  • Parent Consent Form

    Posted by Therra Williams on 10/23/2020

    Your child will be coming home with a Parental Consent Form for us to have your child complete a Social Emotional Learning screener. It is vital that we assist our students to help support their academic, social, and emotional needs. Giving us consent will allow us to screen your child by using an online assessment. Here is a video that can help you understand what this is about: Your will be viewing this video in PE. All consent forms must be turned back into PE by Wednesday, Oct. 28th.


     If you prefer to complete the consent form online, here is a link:

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  • MCJHS Virtual Open House 2020-20201

    Posted by Therra Williams on 9/16/2020

    To view our open house go to You can join by doing the following:

    Option 1: Join with Microsoft using your child’s username and password

    Option 2: Click “Enter your guest password.” The guest password is mcjhsopenhouse20

    Then click on the topics to view your child's teachers by grade level. Enjoy!

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  • MCJHS Student Handbook 2020-2021

    Posted by Web Admin on 8/7/2020

    The Student Handbook for the 2020-2021 school year can be found by clicking on the Parents/Students tab on the menu at the top of the webpage. You can also click the following link to view the handbook: MCJHS Student Handbook 2020-2021

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  • Guidelines for Masks

    Posted by Web Admin on 7/17/2020

    Masks must be worn in an appropriate manner by faculty and students grades 3-12.


    Masks are to align with the dress code policy but should not become a discipline issue.

    • No logos except those that have the school's name, mascot, or other logos as approved to promote school spirit.
    • May be solid in color or appropriate print
    • No inappropriate statements, pictures, or gestures
    • No bandanas of any color are not to be utilized as face coverings
    • Plastic face shields are not to be worn by students
    • Neck gators may be worn with appropriate print
    • While inside the school facility, students in grades prekindergarten through 2 may wear a face covering.

    Faculty & Staff:

    All faculty & staff are to wear masks.

    • There will be instances where a mask and face shield are required by faculty & staff such as when working with students in very close proximity or with bodily fluids.
    • Teachers having to teach phonics may wear a shield only so students can see their lips.
    • Speech teachers will wear a shield when providing services to students.

    Note: This is subject to change pending on the COVID-19 situation and any declarations made by Governor Edwards.

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Character Counts!

  • Monday, September 21, 2020 - Friday, September 25, 2020

    Posted by Gidget Everitt on 9/18/2020

    Student: "When something is important enough, you do it even if the odds are not in your favor." -Elon Musk

    Staff: "If kids come to us from strong, healthy, functioning families, it makes our job easier. If they do not come to us from strong, healthy, functioning families, it makes our job more important."  -Barbara Colorose

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  • Be Wary of Open Enrollment Scams

    Posted by Susan Dupre on 11/13/2019

    Two important deadlines are quickly approaching for adding or changing your health coverage if you use one of the following options: 

    • Medicare:  December 7
    • Affordable Care Act (ACA): December 15

    Gretchen Abraham from the FTC's Division of Consumer & Business Education has shared the following tips on the Federal Trade Commission's website to help you avoid being scammed:

    For Medicare:

    • There are no Medicare sales representatives. Anyone who tried to sell you Medicare insurance is a scammer. 
    • You do NOT have to join a prescription drug plan to keep your Medicare insurance. Medicare Part D is voluntary and has nothing to do with your regular Medicare coverage.
    • Telephone scammers posing as "official agents" may ask for personal information, offer free equipment or services, ask for a quick payment, or threaten you. Just hang up.
    • Help with Medicare is available at or 1-800-MEDICARE.

    For Affordable Care Act:

    • Compare plans and quality ratings at, where you can also enroll.
    • This year, you can also sign up for an ACA plan directly with certain certified partners.  Make sure a company is on the Certified Partner list before giving them your information. 
    • After you apply for ACA, you may get a phone call from the Marketplace asking you to verify information or supply additional information. If you are unsure about trusting the caller, ask the representative to mail you a letter with instructions for completing your application.
    • Help for ACA is available from the Marketplace Call Center at 1-800-318-2596.  You can also meet with a local assistant in your community who will offer free assistance. Local assistance can be found through the Local Assistance tool.
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  • SMP CyberSAFE Archives

    Posted by Susan Dupre on 8/5/2019

    See past postings at the SMP CyberSAFE archives page.

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