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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.

The Jones County School District…..
We Empower and Inspire!




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Jones County School District, 5204 Hwy. 11 N, Ellisville, MS 39437
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Phone: (601) 649-5201
Fax: (601) 649-1613



WJH's Sertoma Junior of Month for December and January

West Jones High School's Sertoma Student of the Month for December was H. Harris and January's Sertoma Student of the Month was A. Roberts. Both students recently attended a luncheon in their honor at the Laurel Country Club. Both Harris and Roberts selected West Jones High School teacher Denise Graves as their guest.

SJH's Sertoma Student of the Month for December

S. Barnes, of South Jones High School, Is Laurel Sertoma December Student of the Month. He is pictured with Mrs. Amy Marshall, SJHS High School Counselor




EJE's 2nd 9 weeks Principal & Honor Roll Lists

2nd Grade 3rd Grade
4th Grade 5Th Grade
6th Grade  

Moselle Star Reach Completes STEM Projects

Moselle 4th grade Star Reach students recently completed an aluminum boat challenge. During the activity students were expected to design boats out of aluminum foil that would hold the most pennies without sinking. This is part of their focus on STEM projects. STEM is a curriculum based on the idea of educating students in four specific disciplines --science, technology, engineering and math--in an interdisciplinary and applied approach.

EJE's Jr. Beta Club Sponsors Food Drive

East Jones Elementary Jr. Beta Club recently sponsored a school-wide canned food drive for the local Salvation Army. To promote participation, the Beta members awarded prizes for the top two classes, with Mrs. Donna Smith’s 2nd grade class winning first place and Mrs. Julie Walley’s 5th grade class placing second. Once all cans were collected and totaled, the final count was 1,156 cans. Sincere thanks go to all those who helped make this worthwhile project such a huge success.

EJE's Jr. Beta Club Induction

East Jones Elementary recently held it’s Jr. Beta Club induction. There were 52 students inducted into the 2014-15 EJE Jr. Beta Club. Each student brought fruit for a community service project that would be donated to Mission at the Cross. The induction was led by the Jr. Beta Officers: Cambry Holifield - President, Sam Mansell - Vice President, LaKell Keys – Secretary, Eli Collins – Reporter, and Chace Bolan – Chaplain.























WJH's A. Waite signs with ECCC

West Jones High School Senior, A. Waite, recently signed a letter of intent to play baseball at East Central Community College.

Pictured with Waite are: Front: Laura Waite, mom; Waite; and Lloyd Waite, dad Back: West Jones Head Coach, Joey Ward; Lynn Lyon, West Jones High School Supervising Principal; Gabe Rayner, Cousin; WJHS Coach Corey Tolbert, and WJHS Coach Chanse Yelverton


Moselle Junior BETA sponsors Bulldog Dash 5K/2M


Moselle Junior BETA Club is sponsoring a 5K run/2M walk on Saturday, February 28th as a community service project.    All proceeds go to the Laurel Animal Rescue League. 

Pre-Registration Now – Feb.6th $20.00   
https://www.raceit.com/Register/?event=30316
  
Pre- registration guarantees a t-shirt.

Race Day Registration $25.00
Fun Run for Grades K – 6 $5.00

We will also have a Pet Costume Contest and the Animal Rescue League will be here with pets that are up for adoption. 

Click here for event Flyer


EJE Attends Bar-T Adventures

East Jones Elementary’s Student Council recently attended Bar-T Adventures in Heidelberg, MS. The students and teachers participated in activities that helped to develop communication skills as well as establishing leadership and learning to build strong teams. Facilitators led debriefing discussions during the day, relating the ropes course activities to everyday life.


















 
 
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