• Fletcher Elementary School 4th Grade Art Students Create Coloring Book to Benefit Their PTA

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    What a cool project Fletcher art teacher, Darryl Mallanda does with his 4th graders - they create a Coloring Book with all proceeds going to the school's PTA! Students created images that promoted school spirit & the school's PBIS program. Each participating student receives a complimentary copy of this year's book in recognition of their efforts! Help out the kids & the Fletcher PTA by buying a color book HERE


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  • JPS Asking for Parents, Students & Staff Help in Completing a School Climate Survey

    Our highest priority as a school district is to ensure the safety and well-being of students and staff.  A safe, caring, and engaging school climate has been shown to have a positive impact on student learning and achievement, teacher retention, and parent involvement.

    As we strive to ensure that all students experience a safe and healthy learning environment, our schools will annually conduct a School Climate Survey. This survey is designed to gather information from students, parents, and staff about their school experience so that we can better understand and respond to the degree to which our stakeholders perceive the climate in our schools to be safe, supportive, and engaging. Please complete survey here...School Climate Survey


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  • Groundbreaking Statement from American Academy of Pediatrics About School Attendance

    Health-related absences are a key cause of children missing too much school. A groundbreaking statement on chronic absence released by the American Academy of Pediatrics calls attention to the critical role that pediatricians can play in educating families and communities about how to prevent health-related absences. "The Link Between School Attendance and Good Health" encourages health care providers to promote strong attendance through interactions with patients and their families. Pediatricians can also advocate for policies that help reduce chronic absence in the community, and the state and federal policy levels. Find the policy statement here.

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  • Please give us your feedback!

    As we continue to develop our new district website, we want to be sure that our site is easy to navigate, informative, and helpful to our school community. We welcome and appreciate your feedback so that we can improve our website to better meet your needs. Click here to submit website feedback.

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