Jackson Tier 1 Committee planned an afternoon of Winter Activities for the Jackson students. Students got to sign up for two winter activities. Students got to participate in activities that included winter drawings, painting, gingerbread house making, cookie …
Jackson students started the day with Holiday Sing-a-long on December 21. Jackson staff played music while the students sang along.
On 20th, Jackson hosted its first Annual VIP Day. VIP’s arrived at Jackson 45 minutes prior to lunch to participate in a reading or math activity with our students. After the activity all students and VIP enjoyed eating …
Fifth grade students from Mrs. Carter’s and Miss Magee’s class were outside studying shadows and how they change depending on the height of the sun on this beautiful Thursday morning.
Meet the Teacher Night will be held on August 21st from 4-6PM. Please join us at Jackson to meet your new teacher and bring your school supplies.
The school bell times at Jackson will change with the beginning of the 2018-19 school year. Our new start time is 7:30 AM and we will dismiss at 2:25 PM, with a 75 minute early dismissal on Wednesdays. Please click on the headline to learn more about how we are engaging our staff to ensure an orderly transition when school resumes August 23.
Like the kids hollered in unison right on cue in the gym before they laced up their new summer sneakers, “THANK YOU, SHOES THAT FIT!” Mediacom/OnMedia and Shoes that Fit provided 400 pairs of sneakers to our students the day before summer began. Click on the headline to read more!
5th Grade students attended JA Bizztown at the Junior Achievement building on March 23rd. 5th grade students participated in a mock town where they put their skills to use running businesses. Each student would then earn a paycheck …
The construction at Jackson is well underway with walls being built.
February is Black History Month, and 3rd grader Cayson Blanchard has a direct link to an individual who played a key role in desegregating education. His grandfather James Hood was one of the first black students to attend the University of Alabama. Click the headline to read more about Cayson and his grandfather, and drop by the library to see a display about them.