Kulu Natibu has performancse every Sunday at 12 PM, in December, at Pacific Islands Club Guam.
Special Thanks to all guests, presenters, and those that did demonstrations for our AIJMS Students!
Hello Pirates! GDOE/AIJMS Reminder: Agueda I. Johnston Middle School Parent Teacher Organization meeting will be at 6pm tomorrow Wednesday, November 28, 2018 in the school’s dinning hall. Agenda: Donation Presentation, AIJMS 1st Quarter Student Recognition and 2nd Quarter Fundraisers (11/29 Panda Express 10-10 Hagatna location -must show flier or digital copy [attached below]).
WASC Accreditation discussion with Dr. Marilyn George, who is WASC’s Executive Vice President.
Hafa Adai Pirates Family, It is a great honor to inform you that Agueda I. Johnston Middle School has been chosen to represent Guam as one of the fifty-six schools across the country to create one-of-a-kind ornaments for the 2018 National Christmas Tree in Washington D.C. Ms. Obias has chosen 24 art students to create handcrafted ornaments which will adorn one of the 56 smaller trees that surround the National Christmas Tree. The 56 trees with their handcrafted ornaments will represent each U.S. state, territory, and the District of Columbia as part of…
AIJMS on Friday October 26, 2018 had an activity sponsored by Student Body Association, Pirate Culture Club & Student Climate Cadre. Halloween Dance by SCC, and Haunted House by PCC.
On Friday, October 26, 2018 – at Hyatt Regency Hotel Guam, AIJMS students participated in a youth sustainability conference. 8th graders Jane Iliyangopiy and Thalia Cruz presented about rhino beetles at the conference. 8th grader Jane Iliyangopiy presenting about rhino beetles. 8th grader Thalia Cruz presenting on rhino beetles.
AIJMS students enjoy cooking in Home Economics Class, with Mr. Opena.
AIJMS Journalism students campaigned during morning break time today (October 19, 2018) to “Get to Class On Time”
AIJMS Pirates participated in the Guam Contractors Association’s Construction Warriors event at the University of Guam.