Welcome to
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.

Alan Page's Greatest Honor
Alan Page's Greatest Honor
Immunization Records -- Last Chance!
Wednesday, December 13, 2017 10:50 AM

Please remember to send updated immunization records to the Health Office. Students entering 7th grade must have Tdap and Meningitis (meningococcal) immunizations, or a legal exemption. If you have not received a letter in the mail or a phone call from the health office, your student is up to date! On December 19, 2017, students who do not have up-to-date immunizations or a notarized conscientious exemption will not be admitted to school until records are provided.

Please call the Health Office at 612-668-4030 with any questions. Thank you!

FAST Assessments in December
Wednesday, December 13, 2017 10:40 AM

The winter session of FAST aReading assessment begins this week. Students are allowed to use their own headphones or earbuds for this computer based assessment. On the following dates students will take the aReading assessment during their ELA classes:
December 13: 7th grade
December 14: 6th grade
December 15: 6 & 7th grade make-ups
December 20: 8th grade

Overview of FAST
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Spirit Week Continues
Wednesday, December 13, 2017 10:30 AM

Spirit Week at Justice Page Middle School continues through Friday! Show your school spirit by participating in fun dress-up days.

Remaining dress-up days for Spirit Week (please note that dress code is still in force):

  • Thursday:Celebrate Your Sports/Activity Day
  • Friday: Favorite TV/Movie Character/Celebrity Day
Intersession Needs You!
Wednesday, December 13, 2017 10:20 AM

Calling all volunteers: Intersession is coming! This is our biggest volunteer opportunity of the year! If you’re willing and able to lend a hand, please sign up to volunteer here. For questions about volunteering, contact Kate Goeddeke at

Justice Page Middle School is very excited to launch our Intersession 2017-2018 experience next week. Intersession is an opportunity when we provide alternate instruction that meets the holistic needs of students as they are immersed in physical, mental, and social-emotional activities to help them learn new skills and explore new topics. If you'd like to see course descriptions, please visit our Intersession 2017-2018 web page.

This year Intersession classes will be held before winter break on Thursday, December 21, and Friday, December 22. Students will take two or three classes that meet for a few hours each day.

Because Intersession falls outside of our regular programming, we are asking families to contribute toward the extra cost to cover materials.

  • Price for students who qualify for free & reduced lunch: $5
  • Price for students in the musical: $5
  • Price for all other students: $10

Students will bring home a slip with this information today. Please return contributions to your child’s advisory teacher by Wednesday, December 20.

Thank you for your support of programming at Justice Page Middle School!

Winter CSA Shares Available!
Wednesday, December 13, 2017 10:10 AM

Tangletown Gardens has partnered with Justice Page on a fundraiser that gives 10% of all purchases made online back to Justice Page. Tangletown Gardens has just announced a new winter CSA. This winter CSA consists of three monthly boxes containing meat, eggs, veggies, and other treats from their farm. Can you already smell their famous bacon? To learn more about their winter CSA or to buy holiday gifts for friends and family, visit the Tangletown Gardens Online Shoppe and remember to use the promo code PAGE on your purchase.

Questions? Please contact Stephanie Willingham at

Help Struggling JPS Families
Wednesday, December 13, 2017 9:50 AM

A number of Justice Page Middle School families are struggling to meet basic needs. Page's social workers are collecting donated items to help our students and families.

Gift cards: Gift cards help struggling families with the holidays and beyond. We would love to have gift cards on hand to distribute where help is most needed. In particular, gift cards from the following stores would be most useful: SuperAmerica, Cub, Walmart, Target, and the Braid Factory. We’re especially in need of gas cards (e.g. SuperAmerica), but any cards in any amount are welcome!

Clothing, gift items, and school supplies: Especially at this time of year, we would love donations of LEGO Star Wars items, men's small winter coats, men's medium winter coats, size 8.5 men's tennis shoes, size 11.5 men's tennis shoes, 3-ringed zipped binders, and spiral notebooks.

Food Pantry: Our Food Pantry provides food-insecure students and their families with vital nutrition in a stigma-free environment. We provide access to food for students and their families both during the day and after the school day has ended. We’re collecting non-perishable food items, like chunky soups, ramen noodles, and canned fruit. (Note that for storage reasons, non-canned items can only be accepted in small boxes—for example, we cannot store full boxes of breakfast cereal!)

If you have items to donate to our families, please drop them off in the bins in the main office, or at tonight's Multicultural Night.

Rhino Report
Wednesday, December 13, 2017 9:45 AM

The latest edition of the Rhino Report is here! For student perspectives on current events, school happenings, art, and more, click here: Rhino Report Vol. 3 Issue 4.

Box Tops
Wednesday, December 13, 2017 9:40 AM

Just a reminder to keep clipping those box tops! 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