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Welcome to North Jones Elementary...


6th Grade Visits Bar T Adventures

The sixth grade students recently took a field trip to Bar T Adventures.  The field trip was a reward field trip for those students that reached their Accelerated Reader goal with and 85% or higher average each 9 weeks during this school year.  The students completed various ropes courses and team building activities that challenged them both mentally and physically.

School-Wide Positive Behavior Support Program"High 5"


High Five

Respect Myself
Respect Others
Respect the Environment
Be Safe
Be 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 rewards.        


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May 18th...Kindergarten Promotion @ 9:00 am

May 19th...Awards Day

4th-5th @ 8:30 am & 1st-3rd @ 9:30

May 20th...Field Day

May 23rd...60% Student Day/Last Day for students

     The Sixth Grade Star Reach classes of Melissa Kissinger, Angie Sims, and Susan Anderson have recently been learning about business and entrepreneurship through the Biz World unit.  These students created their own bracelet business, manufactured their product, marketed it, and sold it to raise funds for “Relay for Life”.  Thanks to the entire North Jones student body, teachers, cafeteria workers, substitute teachers, and staff who wholeheartedly supported this fund-raising effort, the Star Reach students were able to generate over $900.00 for “Relay for Life”!

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.

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.




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