On August 29, 2018 Wednesday, a club and organization fair was held in the BreezeWay, clubs from National Junior Honor Society, Student Body Association, Athletic Club, Pirate Culture Club, were represented.
March 22, 2018 (Thursday) AIJMS celebrated Mes Chamorro with a school wide activity.
Special Thanks to all guests, presenters, and those that did demonstrations for our AIJMS Students! -Guam Fire Department -Guam Department of Agriculture: Forestry & Soil Resources Division, Division of Aquatic and Wildlife Resources -Guam Police Department: K9 Division, Hagatna Precinct Community Resource Unit -Department of Public Works: Office of Highway Safety & Guam Police Department Highway Patrol -GWHS ROTC Drill Teams -Talent Box -Guam Contractors’ Association and NAWIC -Guam Homeland Security/Office of Civil Defense -District Court of Guam: U.S. Probation Office” -Guam Waterworks Authority -Senator Frank Aguon -Joint Region Marianas Redhorse…
AIJMS YOUTH AND PARENT SYMPOSIUM FOCUSES ON SUPPORTING GUAM’S MIGRANT POPULATION The English as a Second Language (ESL) program at Agueda I. Johnston Middle School hosted the 5th annual Youth and Parent Symposium on January 20th, 2018. The symposium is an opportunity for stakeholders to take part in a meaningful and empowering dialogue about how to better support Guam’s migrant population and how to ease student transitions so they are better equipped to become successful leaders in our community. The symposium features guest speakers including AIJMS principal Rebecca Perez, University of…
Pirates celebrated their red ribbon month during an Ahoy Assembly on October 25th, 2017.
GW Orientation was on March 22, 2017 for AIJMS 8th Graders in the Dining Hall.
Douglas Arvidson visits AIJMS on March 10, 2017 for a presentation, his website can be accessed here: http://www.douglasarvidson.com
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.
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.