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
(Governor's Office of Student Achievement)
Principal: Dr. Sean Dye Asst. Principal: Mrs. Rebecca Minerd Counselor: Dr. Hollie King
JPES Artist Rap
Click the link to see JPES students perform the Artist Rap!
Thank You to the Specials teachers
for their great collaboration!
PTO Spirit Night at SKYZONE!
FRIDAY, SPETEMBER 30th: 4pm - 9pm
Get $5 of Admissions when you mention JPES Spirit Night!
Elementary Parent Chromebook Training
Werz Central Office PLC Room
Tuesday, October 11, 2016 6 - 7:15pm
K-KIDS ARE COLLECTING BOTTLE CAPS
Please place them in the blue bucket in the front lobby.
HISPANIC HERITAGE MONTH: September 15th - October 15th
JPES Clothing Exchange
Thursday, September 29th 5:00pm - 7:00PM
Volunteer Training Dates: Aug. 24th, Sept. 14th & 28th, Oct. 12th & 26th, Nov. 9th & 30th (5:00pm)
Spirit Shirts on SALE!
3 WAYS TO ORDER:
spiritandpride.com phone: 1-800-854-4452 Return school envelope
School ID# 278699
[Click the picture to download app or go to http://www.shoparoo.com/r/
Snap pictures of your receipts from any store, big or small, that sells grocery
items to earn Roo Points (cash donations) for your school. Whether you’re
shopping at a supercenter, dollar store, or local convenience store - it doesn’t
matter where you shop or what items you buy - Shoparoo will make a cash
donation for every receipt! Submit up to 20 grocery receipts within a rolling 7
day period. Some examples of grocery retailers: grocery stores,
convenience stores, supercenters, club stores, drug stores, and dollar stores.
Jefferson Parkway Elementary School
Jump-StartingPride 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.