Another Successful REMOTE Week!
Thank you to all the parents and caregivers for supporting the learning while students stayed at home this past week. We are happy to have our students back for in-person learning.
Please remember to stay in close contact with your child's teacher as well as our Health Office to keep us informed of your child's health and potential absences.
If your child will be absent from school for an extended period of time, we need your help! Please stop by our main office lobby to pick up the work your child can do while out of school. Teachers will prepare packets to help keep your child on pace with his or her classmates. Work will be labeled with your child's name on the table. We appreciate your support!
A great big shout out to Lincoln Families for connecting with teachers in many ways to discuss student progress! We appreciate the support and look forward to continuing our partnership to ensure our students are learning and growing.
Students completed the suitcase project as part of an ELA lesson on the book, Bud, Not Buddy, about an orphan.
Shults donated 50 mobile hotspots and data for students.
Each music kit has rhythm sticks with a practice pad, egg shaker, pop tubes that can help students learn about music
Students were moving and grooving to Earth, Wind & Fire’s September during a recent class with teachers Greg Jackson and Kevin Emley.
Mr. Burton told students his story and how to set goals for life after high school.
JPS Science teachers find new ways to engage students in Science.
JPS are keeping kids healthy both virtually & in person!