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Justice Page Middle School

Justice Page Middle School is an innovative, academically challenging environment that empowers each learner to explore possibilities, act with integrity, and create positive change within one's community and the world.

Our vision: Justice Page Middle School students are academically prepared, critical thinkers ready to succeed in high school and beyond.

Parent/Teacher Conferences
Wednesday, October 11, 2017 9:50 AM

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Conferences are coming up very soon! Please read through all of the information below, to be fully prepared for conferences.

Purpose: The purpose of our fall conferences is for students to identify a school year goal. The conferences are an opportunity for families, students and teachers to discuss the student’s goal and classroom objectives. The drop-in format allows all families to come within a specified timeframe based on...

New Library Books
Wednesday, October 11, 2017 9:40 AM

The Page Media Center is seeking the input of students, parents, and staff as we put together our new book order for this school year.

We will be placing the order by the end of October. We are looking for suggestions for library books for class projects, or for reading for enjoyment. We can order books, ebooks, audiobooks, and books in Spanish. We expect that the new books will arrive in January 2018.

You can use Destiny to see what books we have in our current collection. Please use this form to send in your suggestions.

Questions? Contact Kelly Taschler at

Box Tops for Education Contest
Wednesday, October 11, 2017 9:30 AM

The PTA is holding an Advisory class Box Tops competition! Help our school earn cash by clipping Box Tops from products and sending them to school. Each Advisory teacher has a collection envelope. The Advisory class with the most Box Tops collected by February 23, 2018, wins a donut party!

Questions? Contact Kristen Schwartz at

We Scare Hunger Food Drive
Wednesday, October 11, 2017 9:20 AM

The We Scare Hunger Food Drive continues through Tuesday, October 17. Non-perishable food items and personal care items will be collected through advisories. All items collected will be split and donated to the Justice Page Middle School Food Pantry and the Sabathani Community Center.

Questions about the food drive? Contact Student Council Advisor Abbey Janicek at

Flu Shot Clinic/Vacunación contra la gripe/Xarunta tallaalka hargabka
Wednesday, October 11, 2017 9:10 AM


Wednesday October 18, 9 AM - 12 PM

Justice Page Middle School will be hosting a flu shot clinic in the auditorium for JPS students, families and staff during Parent-Teacher Conferences on Wednesday, October 18 from 9:00 AM to 12:00 PM. The Minnesota Visiting Nurses Association will provide flu shots through a partnership with the Kohl’s Care and Children’s Flu Prevention Project. The nasal spray will not be offered this year.

Bring your insurance card if you have one. If you do not have insurance, the flu vaccine will be provided at no cost.

This is a great opportunity to have your whole family immunized before or after conferences. Wear a shirt that allows easy access to your upper arm. It’s all very simple and convenient! Forms will be available at the event, or you can fill out the form ahead of time and bring the completed form on 10/18. Please call the Health Office with any questions, 612.668.4030.

Wednesday, October 11, 2017 9:00 AM

Fourteen student representatives from Rhino Pride represented JPMS at this year’s QQuest conference. QQuest is sponsored by Out4Good and features live entertainment, resource tables, and break-out sessions around LGBTQ+ Youth. We had a fantastic time, and we learned a lot that we will bring back to JPMS to make our school and our community that much more educated and accepting of LGBTQ+ Youth. Our students were excellent ambassadors and made us proud!

Questions? Contact Mr. Koupal at

Walk & Bike to School Event a Huge Success
Wednesday, October 11, 2017 8:50 AM

Our Fuel Up to Play 60 Walk/Bike to School Day on October 4 had a fantastic turnout. We had an enjoyable time greeting students with snacks, music, and Nickelodeon Universe tickets for the MOA. Students were encouraged to sign up for a raffle drawing for various sports-related prizes.

This year, students who rode the bus or were driven to school were able to participate in Walk/Bike to School Day by walking laps on the track with other students and staff during their movement time. We had an enormous turnout for this, with all of our grade levels participating. Sixth grade had the highest percentage of students walk the track during movement, with over 70% of the students taking part.

A big "Thank you" to the parents who volunteered to help, and the students who participated. If you were not able to participate this fall, you can start looking forward to the spring Walk/Bike to School Day on May 9. We will be looking for you!

October is Anti-Bullying Month!
Wednesday, October 11, 2017 8:40 AM

In continuing our commitment to social emotional learning, Friday's extended advisory focused on Bullying Prevention. October is bullying prevention month, and we set time aside to communicate to the students that they matter and that bullying is not part of the accepted culture at JPMS.

During our extended advisory, students had the opportunity to learn more about bullying prevention at an Assembly hosted by our Rhino Pride students; to create anti-bullying posters to hang in the hallways; to decorate the sidewalks with kind messages for Kindness in Chalk day; or to buddy up with another advisory, from a different grade, and develop connections across grade levels that we believe will foster more kindness.