Motto: "Together WE Can!"
Welcome to Jefferson Parkway Elementary School
Home of the Panthers
2011 Title I Distinguished School- 8 Consecutive Years
2011 Bronze Level Award for Greatest Gains in CRCT
(Govenor's Office of Student Achievement)
Principal: Dr. Sean Dye Asst. Principal: Dr. Stephanie Golden Counselor: Dr. Hollie Richardson
Please bring your affidavit in SOON!
The due date: December 19th!
JPES has a notary at the school for your convenience.
For Proof of Residence – two items from the following list are required for address verification:
-mortgage documents or a security deed which indicates the location of the residence;
-current electrical bill or application for electrical service showing the current address (please bring the entire bill, to show electrical service and address);
-If the parent/guardian resides in the home or apartment of another person, that person will need to be present with photo ID and two of the items listed above to complete a Two Party Affidavit of Residency.
Thank you for your positive attitude!
November 24th - 28th
Ends December 1st
We are so proud of the students that made all A's
and A-B Honor Roll for the 1st 9 weeks.
Hard work pays off!
Keep up the good work!
Jefferson Parkway Elementary
Mustache You to Donate to JPES
Relay for Life Team
JPES would like to thank all of the parents and teachers
that came to the PTO meeting! We had a great turn out!
We are looking forward to a great year with JPES PTO.
Parents please know that you are always welcome.
If you are interested in volunteering,
please contact Dr. Dye & attend the
volunteer training on Nov. 6th & Nov. 20th
SPIRIT SHIRTS ARE HERE!
Spirit wear is available all year on the website.
Jefferson Parkway Elementary School
Jump-Starting Pride and Excellence in all Students
"Meeting students where they are and preparing them for where they want to go!"
-We believe that school and self pride begins with how we greet and receive our students each day.We believe that excellence begins with the expectations that we set for our students.
-We believe that student success is a direct reflection of student preparation, parental support, and teacher expectations.
-We believe that, as educators, we set our students on the course for life-long learning.