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Have a safe and enjoyable break.
Thank you! Our staff enjoyed these sweets.
Thank you so much to Hutchins Snack Distribution for providing these sweet treats for JES Staff!
This year’s pink out shirts are now on RevTrak. You can choose from t-shirts or sweatshirts and youth and adult sizes! Deadline to order is 9/29. All proceeds go to support breast cancer research.
Spirit Day is tomorrow!!!
Don't miss out on ordering your yearbook for the best price possible!
🏆 Jefferson Elementary School and Jefferson Academy Named 2023 Title I Distinguished Schools! 🏆
We're thrilled to announce that Jefferson Elementary School and Jefferson Academy have been named 2023 Title I Distinguished Schools by the Georgia Department of Education once again. These schools rank in the top 5% for highest performance in English Language Arts (ELA) and Math content mastery scores – a testament to the dedication and hard work in providing a high-quality education to students.
Join us in celebrating the dedication, success and academic excellence of JES & JA with this prestigious recognition!
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Mrs. Wheeler, our art teacher prepared a fun activity last week for our paras. You're never too old to have fun drawing and coloring.
Students in Mrs. Beasley’s 1st grade class had fun playing a game to practice their math facts.
Kindergarten teachers planned last week for students to participate in lots of fun activities to celebrate Johnny Appleseed, who's real name was John Chapman. His dream back in the 1800's was to produce so many apples that no one would ever go hungry.
Make sure to fill out the intent form so we can best plan how many to have in each line!
Parents, mark your calendars to attend this informative event.
Students in Mrs. Fielding's kindergarten class were showing what they learned with counting and labeling sets. As you can see from their big smiles that they are having fun learning math.
Mrs. Chandler's first grade class had fun researching extreme weather.
Last Friday, Mrs. Strickland's second grade students teamed up with JHS seniors in Dr. Golden's class for a writing project. Our students had a great experience writing their stories.
JHS students in Mrs. Wilburn's HOSA class visited our kindergarten students last Friday. They gave everyone's teddy bear a check-up. Lots of boo boos were tended to, and all patients left happy.
A big shout out to our PTO ladies and Anytime Fitness for the sweet and salty treats. It was enjoyed by all.
We are so proud of these two young girls.
Mrs. Taylor's class enjoyed having a couple of high school students read to her class last week.
Last week, we enjoyed having JHS Yearbook staff opening car doors and greeting our little dragons as they arrived for school.
Mrs. Strickland and Ms. Horn's 2nd grade classes explored states of matter with ice cream floats. A yummy way for these students to learn.
First grade students in Mrs. Whetstone and Mrs. Schroeder’s classes learned about Theodore Roosevelt on Teddy Bear Day!
Mrs. Annie Holman's 1st grade class read, studied and created about apples. The students even made applesauce.
Our Kindergarten students enjoyed having community helpers visit our school.
Reminder to all our parents!
Fall Pictures will be taken tomorrow. Students will need to be dressed in uniforms.
Students in Mrs. Thompson's class earned the letters of “compliment” from admin each time they were complimented on their hallway behavior. Last week, they ate outside for lunch and enjoyed eating ice cream sandwiches.
Ms. Horn's 2nd grade class celebrated "National Eat Outside Day" last week by having a class picnic while enjoying the sunshine.
Mrs. Chandler’s class had fun creating matching games with related addition and subtraction facts.
Last Friday, students all over the building were wearing the colors of their favorite college team.
💛 Join Us in Going Gold for Childhood Cancer Awareness Month! 💛
Mark your calendars for the "Gold Out" on September 22! On this day, we'll wear gold to stand with young cancer fighters. If you're attending the football game that night, don't forget to wear gold too!
👕 "Gold Out" Spiritwear Shirts Available!
Get your "Gold Out" spiritwear shirt for $15! All sizes available. Every dollar of profit goes to the Rally Foundation in support of childhood cancer research. Order before the deadline on Monday, Sept. 11! Click here to purchase: https://tinyurl.com/RallyGold
🤝 Make a Difference with a Donation!
Not in need of a shirt but want to make an impact? You can contribute directly by making a donation: https://tinyurl.com/RallyGold. Every contribution, no matter the size, brings us closer to spreading hope and supporting children and families fighting cancer.
Join us this September to shine a light on childhood cancer awareness. Together, we can make a difference!
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Congratulations to Lauren Massey, our Teacher of the Year!
Lauren has been teaching for 13 years. Six of those years have been at JES. She is passionate about teaching and establishes close connections with her students because of her gentle and caring nature. She serves as the 2nd grade level chair as well as on both the Math and 7 Mindsets committees.
We are excited to celebrate her.
We are so close to having all activities sponsored at Fall Kick Off!! Can you help us reach our goal? Having the activities sponsored allows us to keep our funds going directly to the students & staff at JES!
A huge 💙THANK YOU💙to our current activity sponsors:
❤️Newell Orthodonics: 4in1 Action Sports Game
💙Copponex Group: Football BounceNSlide
❤️Jefferson Counseling: CandyLand Bounce House
💙Lanier Federal Credit Union: 4-Car Train
❤️Spotless Solutions Cleaning: Axe Throw
💙Jackson Co Farm Bureau-Richard Sailors & Country Financial-Vanessa Ledbetter Agency: Giant Field Goal
Mrs. Taylor's class did an experiment on a day when the temperature was in the 90's to see if the sun would melt their crayons. The experiment worked, and they now have a piece of artwork for their wall!
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