Showing kindness, caring and a willingness to help others.
Totally Awesome Health
(7th & 8th Grade)
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Thank you for your patience with the potholes in front of our school this year. Since repairs to the road are taking longer than expected, we have decided the best alternative is to relocate the car riders. Beginning on Wednesday, March 6, 2019, car riders will be dropped off and picked up in the back of Manning Jr. High School. Buses will now drop off and pick-up in the front. Parents, we ask for your patience and corporation as we make this change.
We will have staff members positioned in the road and at the back of the school directing traffic. If you have any questions or concerns, please do not hesitate to contact me. Thank you!
Congratulations Spelling Bee Winners!!!
7th grade Spelling Bee Winner
MJHS Overall Spelling Bee Winner
8th grade Spelling Bee Winner
Monarchs of the Month
Jordan Blackmon and Hannah Hardy
Jordan and Hannah are described by their teachers as students that are always prepared for class by completing assignments and staying on task.
Congratulations MJHS Football Team!
2018 Regular Season Champions!
2018 Conference Champions!
Congratulations Coach Brian Joyner!!
Coach of the Year!
Ms. Eleicher Burgess
2018 Employee of the Year
Mr. Tyrone Cummings
2018-19 TEACHER OF THE YEAR!!!
Congratulations to McClendon Geddings, Rhiya Ashman, Thomas Dooley and Miya Hilton(not pictured). These students were recognized at Francis Marion University on Monday, April 23, 2018 by the Pee Dee Regional Center as Junior Scholars.
Girls of Pearls
Girls of Pearls is a school-based mentoring program, housed at Manning Jr. High School. Being in existence for 3 years, Girls of Pearls has served as a mentoring program for female students to gain encouragement, support, guidance, and resources from professional women within the community. There will be activities and programs centered around academic achievement, preparing for their futures, and overcoming social issues. Girls of Pearls believes that each girl has the potential to become future leaders of change within their communities. If you are a female professional that works in our community and would like to help or serve as a mentor for our Girls of Pearls, please contact Kendra Johnson, social worker for CSD2.