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        Thursday, August 22, 2019


        Reminder: No Candy, Gum or Chromebooks allowed in the gym!


        Coding Club Sign Ups:

        Students, Are you interested in coding, computers, problem-solving, or just being creative?  Coding Club might be just what you are looking for here at JMS. Coding Club will be meeting on Wednesday afternoons until 4:45. We will start meeting on September 4th and run until December.  If you are interested, please grab a sign-up form from the table by the office. Coding Club can only accept the first 40 students who return their form, so make sure you grab one and take it home right away!  Return your form to Mrs. McElroy in room 20.


        Robotics Club:

        Students, Mrs. Miller and Mr. Kohm are now taking sign-ups for our Robotics Club. The club will take place every week during lunch on Tuesdays and Thursdays. We will learn all about coding robots, including the LEGO Mindstorm. See Mrs. Miller for sign-ups or questions. The Club starts NEXT TUESDAY!!


        Lunch Money:

        Students, please remember that you must put all lunch money in an envelope before placing money in the lunch money bin. This is for either checks or cash. Also, please be sure to have your name on the envelope, too! Thank you!!


        Today’s Lunch Menu:

        Chicken Pattie with Gravy, Sloppy Joe, Mashed Potatoes, Hot Roll, Green Beans

From the Middle School Office

Welcome!

It is a pleasure to welcome you to Jackson Middle School. JMS offers excellent academics, co-curricular activities, after school programs, and athletic opportunities. These programs along with an excellent faculty and staff make JMS the right choice for your child.

Jackson Middle School's Vision:

Jackson Middle School, in partnership with parents and community, is striving to create a school where:

  • Student Learning - Curriculum and instruction are academically challenging for all students allowing them to progress individually as lifetime learners.
  • Culture - The atmosphere is safe and comfortable, promoting a strong sense of unity and belonging.
  • Voice - Empowered individuals participate successfully in a learning community where each voice is heard.

At JMS we take this vision seriously and work diligently to meet the needs of the individual child to the best of our abilities. Middle school children are very unique and the staff at JMS is highly experienced working with the needs of this age level.

If you would like more information on the school or programs available, please call at 243-9543.

Thank you,

Janelle Pope, Principal

Michael Martin, Assistant Principal

Josh Wahlig, Assistant Principal

 

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