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: Dr. Stephanie Golden Counselor: Dr. Hollie King
Friday, May 22nd
LAST DAY OF SCHOOL
CHECK out JPES students doing martial arts with Lisa Guadalupe!
FREE SUMMER CAMPS!
Coweta County KinderCamp
5 year olds entering Kindergarten at Ruth Hill or Jefferson Parkway
Limited spaces, Register Now!
School Readiness Camp- Summit YMCA
Registration March 9- May 15
Breakfast, lunch, & snacks provided!
Priority given to Ruth Hill & Jefferson Parkway students
Registration for Coweta County Schools will be:
May 4 - May 29, 2015
8:30 am - 4:30 pm
For the registration flyer, click here.
"Paws"-itive Panther for the Month of March....
Melanie Corrales: 3rd place Bicycle Category
We are so proud of all of the participants in the
4H District Project Achievement at Rock Eagle!
2014-2015 TEACHER OF THE YEAR
These student's writing will be entered into the District Writing Competition.
Kdg: Prableen Cheema
1st grade: Bailey Wilkerson
2nd grade: Kentavious Holloway
3rd grade: Christopher Espinoza COUNTY WINNER!!!!!!
4th grade: Rylan Bone
5th grade: Kourtney White
Parent Volunteers are always welcome as JPES.
Please see Dr. Dye, Dr. Golden, or your child's teacher
for ways you can volunteer at school.
Thanks for all that you do to ensure your's child's academic success!
SPIRIT SHIRTS ARE HERE!
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.