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The holiday season is here and for those of you looking for gifts, the Corporate Communications classes are having a Spirit Wear Sale. The sale includes long sleeve shirts, short sleeve shirts, sweatshirts, a quarter zip sweatshirt, and a winter hat. “ The Corporate Comm. students came up with the idea for the hat because “it’s fun, it’s winter, it’s Syracuse,” said Terri Eaton, one of the  Corporate Communications teachers. It took a lot of trial and error among the Corporate Communication classes to come up with the final designs.

Although it’s unknown where the proceeds of the Spirit Wear Sale are going yet, Corporate Communications will give it to a good cause. Most J-DHS student athletes buy their JD apparel through the sports they play.“It’s hard for kids that aren’t involved in sports to buy JD clothing and this sale gives them an opportunity to buy some,” said Mrs. Eaton.  Make sure to show your school spirit by purchasing something from the Spirit Wear sale. See Mrs. Eaton or Kristin Gallivan for an order form or visit



Our neighbors at Fayetteville-Manlius High School have shown their support for Camp Good Days in years past by hosting dance marathons to raise funds for the organization. This year will be different as Jamesville-DeWitt and F-M will be joining together in a charity basketball game on Friday, Dec. 8, in order to raise money and awareness for the Camp Good Days organization.



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Hurricane Hits Home for Senora DeJesus

Natural disasters caused extreme devastation in the southern part of North America this fall, hitting home especially hard for Senora DeJesus's family in Puerto Rico.



Traveling Senior: Joey Armenta

This past summer, senior Joey Armenta traveled to La Manga, Spain, a city on the southeast coast of Spain, on a foreign exchange trip for four weeks. 



New Weight Room Equipment


After 13 years of running, biking, and working out on the same exercise equipment, Jamesville-DeWitt High School (JDHS) students and teachers arrived this fall to find new fitness equipment.