Iron Chef Competition
J.W. Leary Junior High Students competed on March 12, 2016 at the Iron Chef competition in Potsdam.
Boston Field Trip Information
The field trip to Boston will be May 12 through 15th. For more information about the trip, please refer to the files to the right.
JH early dismissal on Thursday January 28, and Thursday January 29 2016 at 10:45AM both days for staff development.
Robotics Team Wins Innovation Award at Clarkson University
The Massena J. W. Leary Junior High School Robotics team recently competed at Clarkson University where they won the RAC Innovation Award: This award celebrates a team that not only thinks outside the box but also has the ingenuity and inventiveness to make their designs come to life. The award is given to the team that has the most innovative and creative robot design solution to any or all specific field elements or components in the RAC game. Elements of this award include elegant design, robustness and "out of the box" thinking related to design.
Front Row: Carly Mossow, Matt Vierno, Mason Phillips, David Castleman(with award) Remi Charleson, Ethan Chatterton, Josie Condon and Sierra Northrup.
Raiders Committed Sponsors Jerry Ackerman Presentation
Raiders Committed recently sponsored Motivational Speaker/Entertainer Jerry Ackerman to speak to J.W. Leary Junior High students about bullying.
J.W. Leary Junior High School administrators find themselves in sticky situation
J.W. Leary Junior High School administrators found themselves in sticky situation, according to the Daily Courier-Observer. According to the Courier, "Students who met a fundraising goal had the honor of duct taping their administrators to a wall." Watch the video below.
Former Hockey Player Delivers Anti-Bullying Message to Students
Former NHL hockey player Chris Nilan talks to students at JW Leary about bullying. Nilan was at the Junior High on Wednesday October 21, 2015 to deliver his anti-bullying message.
J.W. Leary Junior High Celebrates Unity Day
On October 21, 2015, Massena Central School District students of all ages wore orange clothing to celebrate Unity Day, which represents a rally against bullying behavior in schools. October is National Bullying Awareness Month, and the orange clothing served as a visual representation of the District’s stand against bullying.