AIJMS held its Spelling Bee in the school library on February 03, 2017. Our winners for the Spelling Bee are as follows: Winner: Paulynn Lujan Alternate: Brian Hayes
AIJMS students and parents attended our annual symposium on Saturday January 28th, 2017. Guests speakers included Consulate General Robert Ruecho and Detective Bia Nanoto, with dance performances from AIJMS students.
6 out of 7 years, AIJMS had the most participants out of any public school for the CrimeStoppers 2K/5K Run / Walk. AIJMS runners place Top 3 in their categories, on January 28, 2017 (Saturday) PhotoCredit: Mrs. Anette Spindel
Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year to all AIJMS students, faculty and staff! Be safe over the Christmas break!
6th Grade students, faculty, and staff of Agueda I. Johnston Middle School attended the commemoration ceremony in honor of Tan Agueda. Guest speaker was Major Ralph Stoney Bates. A nice luncheon was provided for Agueda Johnston’s family.
KFC or Kids From Chuuk performed for 8th graders who collected the most canned goods from our canned-food drive. 6th and 7th graders who donated canned foods watched the performance.
Special Thanks to all guests, presenters, and those that did demonstrations for our AIJMS Students! Customs and Quarantine Agency – K-9 Unit GPD Highway Patrol Division – DPW Office of Highway Safety Guam Fire Department U.S. Naval Hospital (ambulance) Department of Agriculture Guam Forestry & Soil Resources Division U.S. Naval Hospital Docomo Pacific Aquatic & Wildlife Enable Energy
Henry Kapono Ka’aihue is an award winning and Grammy nominated singer/songwriter. He has taken home numerous Na Hoku Hano Hano Awards (Hawaii’s equivalent of the Grammy’s) including Male Vocalist of the Year, Song of the Year, Single of the Year, and Album of the Year. He is also the author of the award winning children’s book, A Beautiful Hawaiian Day, has appeared in the films, Damien and Waterworld and has made many television appearances. Known as “Kapono”, the Hawaiian word for righteous, Henry was christened “Henry Kapono Hosea Ka’aihue” and…