Support Program"High 5"
Respect the Environment
Ready to Learn
Our school-wide behavior management
approach here at North Jones is "High 5".
It is a
school-wide system of supports that include proactive
strategies for defining, teaching, and supporting
appropriate student behaviors in our school environment. Throughout this system, a continuum of positive behavior
support for all our students is implemented in areas including the classroom and non-classroom settings (hallways, cafeteria, bus, restrooms, and playground).
The school focus is to shift the emphasis from being
reactive in addressing behaviors and social skills to
being proactive in prevention. We, as a building and
community, emphasize the teaching of appropriate behaviors
through modeling, teaching, activities, and positive
May 17th...6th Grade Promotion @
WJHS PAC 6:00 p.m.
May 20th...Field Day
May 23rd...60% Student Day/Last Day for students
The 3rd graders have been participating in the Bonnie Cabbage Program. These students have written paragraphs and used charts to track the care of their cabbage. If the student is interested in submitting their cabbage for the competition, they must submit it no later than September 20, 2016. These are a few of our prize growers so far...
Click the link below to read more on the Bonnie Cabbage Program.
Relay For Life T-Shirt Order Form
Please join us for the Relay for Life festivities on April 29 at the Laurel Fair Grounds. If you are interested in purchasing a luminary, lantern, or torch in memory or honor of someone, please contact the school and we will send you the information. Thank you for your support of this great cause.
Student of the Month
1st Nine Weeks
2nd Nine Weeks
3rd Nine Weeks
To finish up their Charlie and the Chocolate Factory literary unit, fourth graders in Mrs. Lightsey's, Mrs. Stringer's, and Ms. William's classes at North Jones Elementary enjoyed creating coat hanger mobiles. Students completed performance based tasks on summarization, theme, character analysis, descriptive writing, and opinion writing. They then practiced their speaking and listening skills as they took turns presenting their mobiles to the class.
4th Grade Star Reach is doing a STEM project on Buoyancy
Kindergarten Celebrated 100 Days of School
We're 100 days SMARTER....
Reading Fair Winners 2015
Blair Batson donation from NJE's Beta Club
North Jones Elementary is proud to announce Mrs. Adrienne Mobley as NJE’s 2015-2016 Teacher of the Year. She is married to Luke Mobley and has two sons, Trip and Gage. Mrs. Mobley is a native of Madison, MS, and graduated from Madison Central High School. She continued her education at Mississippi College where she earned a Bachelor of Music Education degree. She obtained her Master of Elementary Education degree from The University of Southern Mississippi. She became a National Board Certified Teacher in 2013. Recently, she became a National Endowment for the Humanities Scholar. She currently teaches third grade Math, Social Studies, and Science at NJE.
Kindergarten gets a visitor!
Thankful for all our veterans...for all you do!
Fourth graders dissected owl pellets in science today. They enjoyed discovering and identifying the bones found inside!
CHARACTER DAY@North Jones is sure to make you smile!
North Jones has a "Minion" Reasons
to Say "NO" to drugs!
North Jones sixth grade Star Reach students are busy creating polymers and testing them. During the “Polymer Science” unit the students must perform various tests on the polymers to discover their specific characteristics. Students are also learning that not all polymers are man-made but that some polymers are part of nature.
In Star Reach the 5th graders are working on a Roller Coaster STEM unit. The students made marshmallow shooters to learn about force. The students took their shooters outside and had competitions to see who could shoot their marshmallows the farthest.
Thank you to the Laurel Rotary Club for giving every 3rd Grader a new dictionary.
Click here to see school calendar
The Salvation Army Food Drive is going on now.
Please send any can food items to show your support!
Sammy Soil visits 1st Grade
See You At The Pole
1st Grade had a Special Visitor!
Students in Mrs. Mobley's third grade Math class worked
in the hallway to find the area of plane figures.
Students used tiling, repeated addition, and multiplication to find each figure's area.
The students in Miss Chandler's 6th grade Social Studies class spent Friday, September 11, 2015, learning about the events of 9/11 and how they impacted our nation. The students read an article that gave a quote from President Obama that stated, "Even the smallest act of service, the simplest act of kindness, is a way to honor those we lost-a way to reclaim that spirit of unity that followed 9/11." In honor of those that died on 9/11, the students in Miss Chandler's class spent time cleaning the school as their 9/11 service project.
Thank you for your contribution!
We appreciate your support.
The fourth grade classes have started the year off learning about plants. The students in Mrs. Walker and Mrs. Pierce’s classes dissected plants to identify all the parts of a plant. The students enjoyed brushing the loose dirt away to find the roots. They were also able to identify the stem, leaves, and flowers. Some students were surprised to find other things hiding in the dirt like caterpillars and worms. This hands-on activity was a fun learning experience for the children.
New Teachers for 2015-2016
From left to right...Katie Williams, Heather Keyes, Pheobie Messemore, Madison Foster, Lori Myrick,
Kelly Smith, Haley Holloman
North Jones celebrated the retirement of Vicky Crosby, Deborah Geddie, and Donnah Johnson on Friday, May 22 with a reception in their honor. Vicky has been a teacher assistant with Jones County Schools for 25 years. She taught at Sharon before coming to North Jones. Deborah and Donnah have taught in Jones County Schools for 28 years each. Deborah and Donnah taught at Shady Grove before coming to North Jones. They all three have made such a tremendous impact on the lives of countless students and coworkers throughout the years. They will be truly missed.