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Jones County School District is a community partnership that empowers and inspires students to reach their maximum potential and become productive citizens by providing challenging educational experiences through effective teaching strategies in environments conducive to learning.

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Jones County School District, 5204 Hwy. 11 N, Ellisville, MS 39437
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Phone: (601) 649-5201
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Veteran's Day at Glade


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Glade Elementary's 4th and 5th grade student, led by Ms. Priscilla Burges, performed the annual Veterans' Day program on November 11, 2014.  Veterans from our area were invited to attend.  Sheriff Alex Hodge attended and gave invocation.  We appreciate the hard work the students and Ms. Burges put into the program.  We love our Veterans and will forever be greatful for your ultimate sacrifice!!


Local Educator Accepted to Summer Archaeology Workshop


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Adrienne Mobley was selected to participate in a weeklong summer workshop for educators at the Crow Canyon Archaeological Center in Cortez, Colorado.

Mrs. Mobley teaches third grade at North Jones Elementary School.  She was one of more than 300 teachers from across the United States who applied for 80 scholar positions in two sessions of the workshop, Mesa Verde National Park: Convergences and Crossroads in the American Southwest...Click here to read more.




Laurel Board of Realtors Coat, Hat & Glove Drive

The Laurel Board of Realtors recently conducted a Coat, Hat, and Glove Drive for the students of East Jones Elementary. This is the third year the organization has participated in collecting items for the school. Principal Sylvia Busby and Laurel Board of Realtors member, Karen Rasberry are shown with some of the many jackets donated by the organization.  The Laurel Board of Realtors are committed to serving the communities in which they live and work.


Grantham NEJ Sertoma Student of Month

Hannah Grantham (left), a junior at Northeast Jones High School, was recently named NEJ's Sertoma Student of the Month for November.  She selected Mrs. Robin Grantham (right) to accompany her to the luncheon.  Hannah is the daughter of James and Robin Grantham of the Mill Creek community. 


Dying to Live Coloring Contest @ EJE

Congratulations to the EJE Tiger Cub Winners for the Dying to Live Coloring Contest. The contest was sponsored by the Jones County Sheriff’s Department in conjunction with Red Ribbon Week.

Seated from left to right:  C. Phillips Grade 2, A. Minyard Grade 6, E. Mingo Grade K, B. Bolan Grade 3, K. Wallace Grade 1.

Standing from left to right:  H. Brown Grade 5, J. Matias Grade 3


EJE Tiger Cub Spelling Bee Winners


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Congratulation to the EJE Tiger Cub Spelling Bee Winners!

Overall Winners: O. Burchfield - First Place, N. Jones - Second Place, G. Hankins - Third Place.

Grade Level Winners: Grade 4 Winners: N. Jones 1st, A. Arrington 2nd and A. Robinson 3rd; Grade 5 Winners: O. Burchfield 1st and A. Billy 2nd; Grade 6 Winners: G. Hankins 1st, C. Norris 2nd and E. Holifield 3rd .


EJE's 3rd Grade Science Students Study Metamorphosis

Third grade science classes of EJE teacher, Mrs. Blackwell's recently completed a unit on animals. Students learned about a variety of animals including our friend the frog. During the unit, students read about the many species of frog and were amazed to discover that toads are a species of frogs. Two of her students were able to capture a tadpole in the stage of metamorphosis where it had a small tail left and was changing from breathing with gills to fully developed lungs. Students were able to see first-hand the necessity of living near the water during this stage of a frogs life.

Pictured: K. Jones and N. Byrd

Bus Safety Poster Contest Winner

J. Zimmer is the Kindergarten winner of the Bus Safety Poster Contest for 2014-2015.  He was awarded $100 to share with his family.  We are so proud of how he has represented Glade. 











Glade Participates in Operation Christmas Child

The third grade students at Glade Elementary participated in the world's largest Christmas project: Operation Christmas Child. The students collected small gifts and filled eleven shoe boxes to be sent to less fortunate children all over the world. The purpose behind the project was for the students to experience being a part of changing children's lives all over the world through the power of a simple gift.


EJE receives ExxonMobil Education Alliance Program Grant

East Jones Elementary School is the proud recipient of a $500.00 grant from the ExxonMobil Education Alliance Program to advance the school’s Math and Science programs. Clark Oil Company, Inc. of Waynesboro, MS worked with school officials to secure the grant...Click here to read more.


Glade Elementary Perfect Attendance

These 5th grade students at Glade Elementary had Perfect Attendance for the month of October.  One of our wonderful parents, Rhonda Loper, treated them to their choice of caramel or candied apples.  We appreciate our parents and students for making school attendance a priority!!! 

Pictured: B. Brown, T. Bond, B. Spradley, E. Olivares, J. Blackledge, C. Camp, T. Pacely, A. Conner, D. Guiterrez, L. Nicholas, A. Pierce, M. Taylor and S. Staples.


EJE 3rd Grade is Growing


Mrs. Greta Blackwell's third grade EJE science classes recently completed a unit on plants. The students conducted an experiment with lima bean seeds to discover exactly what the seeds needed to germinate and become seedlings. They continued the experiment by planting the young seedlings and watching them grown. Data was recorded in the science classes and used to write paragraphs describing the experiment and comparing the seeds and seedlings.

Dying to Live Coloring Contest @ EJE

Congratulations to the EJE Tiger Cub Winners for the Dying to Live Coloring Contest. The contest was sponsored by the Jones County Sheriff’s Department in conjunction with Red Ribbon Week.

Seated from left to right:  C. Phillips Grade 2, A. Minyard Grade 6, E. Mingo Grade K, B. Bolan Grade 3, K. Wallace Grade 1.

Standing from left to right:  H. Brown Grade 5, J. Matias Grade 3


SJE Kindergarten Visits Bakery

In conjunction with our unit about Community, SJE Kindergarten visited Hill Street Bakery in Ellisville. The students were able to purchase a cupcake, talk with the baker, and tour the bakery kitchen. It was a great experience for all.


South Jones' Beauty Pageant Results

SJH Top 5 SJ Junior High Top 5

Left to Right:
A. K. Hodges- 3rd
A. Breland--1st
K. Graham --Most Beautiful
H. Smith--2nd
J. Sumrall--4th

Left to Right:
M. Deirs--3rd
H. James--1st
B. Murphy---Most Beautiful
H. Thrash--2nd
E. Probst--4th











 
 
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