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
Friday, September 5th
Come and eat lunch with your grandchild at JPES.
Please click here to see a schedule of lunch times.
We look forward to seeing you!
FOR ALS ASSOCIATION: "Lou Gehrig's" Disease
Amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (ALS), often referred to as "Lou Gehrig's Disease," is a
progressive neurodegenerative disease that affects nerve cells in the brain and the spinal cord,
hence, the reason for the Ice Bucket Challenge. When ice is poured on you, your nerves are
affected just like people with ALS.
http://espn.go.com/boston/story/_/id/11366772/in-als-fight-pete-frates-message-loud-clear-ice-bucket-challenge <----How the challenge started...
JPES would like to say THANK YOU to the parents that attended
the Open House and Title I Annual Meeting. We had an excellent turn out!
or contact Dr. Dye .
TOGETHER WE CAN!
for receiving the Friend of 4-H Award!
JPES is H.A.P.P.Y.!
JPES CLOTHING EXCHANGE
Thursday, September 25th
5:00pm - 7:00pm
Please bring in clean, gently used clothing (NO TOYS please).
We are accepting all sizes (infant to adult). In your donation bag/box, PLEASE include a piece of paper stating sizes/gender of clothing.
JPES will begin accepting donations September 2nd.
VOLUNTEERS ARE NEEDED after school on September 25th
Bus & Transportation Tips
If parents are unsure of pickup sites for the school bus, or have questions,
please call 770-254-2820.
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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.