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Lunch Menu

Students can not be dropped
off before 7:20 AM.
Tardy bell rings at 7:45 AM.

Must have photo ID
to check out a student.

Giving our Best at West Jones Elementary

Student of the Month

September 2015

Kindergarten First Grade Second Grade Thrid Grade Fourth Grade
Jude Phipps Anna Kate Rose Fernando Hernandez Estrella Hernandez Abby Davis
Abby Sullivan Alex Hernandez Parker Cheeks Kaley Perez Lopez Kadin Blackeney
Drake Mason Madison McKean Audrey Martin Lanie Shows Cambrie McKean
Summer Lawerence Bella Payne Cole Harris Bella Skidmore Ace Lunsford
Brylee Welch Spencer Schneider Alex Hinton Alejandro Estrada Josmar Mendez
Katie Segraves Kyle Hancock   Daniel Hernandez Emily Kitchens
Ali Clare Piper Talon Gerlach   Kaleb Sullivan  
Debora Reynoso Chun        
Fifth Grade   Sixth Grade
Miguel Ambros   Kaden Brooks
Ella Jefcoat   Rylee Cormier
Preston Welch   Jacob Johnson
Bailey Wedgeworth   Jennifer Batista
Jayden Car   McKenzie Rhodes
Kaden Stevison   Jules Matthews

Our Mission Statement: Collaborating with parents, teachers, students, and community, West Jones Elementary strives to be positive, progressive and caring. While striving for excellence, we promote an atmosphere of individualized educational goals whichprepare our students to be leaders and equip them to be productive citizens. Our Goal: "A School" Working hard is the key at WJE, and this year's test scores reflected our Parents, Students & Teachers hard work. West Jones Elementary's goal is to be an "A" school by 2016-2017. Click to View WJE Parental Involvement Plan "Aim for Success" with Common Core The Common Core State Standards provide a consistent, clear understanding of what students are expected to learn, so teachers and parents know what they need to do to help them. The standards are designed to be robust and relevant to the real world, reflecting the knowledge and skills that our young people need for success in college and careers. With American students fully prepared for the future, our communities will be best positioned to compete successfully in the global economy. Learn More... Common Core State Standards Initiative | The Standards Great Site for Informatin on Standards for Language & Mathematical Practices: The No Child Left Behind Act of 2001 (NCLB) requires each state to use a
unified accountability model. School, district, and state report cards that
contain the following accountability information are now avalaible. Please Click to View District Report CardSchool Report Card Parent's Right to Know New Attendance Law Click to View New Attendance Law