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Jessica Eaves, Outreach Conservation Biologist from the Mississippi Museum of Natural Science and Mississippi Department of Wildlife, Fisheries, and Parks came to visit the sixth grade science classrooms at WJE. She began the program with a brief talk on owl biology and adaptations. She showed the students examples of different types of owls. She, also, had samples of various kinds of beaks for the students to examine. The students we broken up into groups of three or four to dissect owl pellets. The students examined the bones found in the owl pellets to try to determine what the carnivores had been eating. The students certainly enjoyed learning and exploring new things!

WJE helps Paws of all Kinds

Sixth grade students at West Jones Elementary held a school wide pet supply drive.  Each grade level filled a plastic swimming pool with items such as cleaning supplies, pet food, and pet toys.  Our students were excited to have the opportunity to help two of our local animal shelters:  Southern Cross Animal Rescue and Animal Rescue League.



Giving our Best at West Jones Elementary


West Jones Elementary Teacher of the year is Marie Coleman. 

This is her 13th year teaching.  She is married to Jerry Coleman.

  They have three children:  Isaac, Sara, and Beth. 

They have been blessed with one granddaughter, Parker.


Citizens of the Month


West Jones Elementary is gearing up for its annual Health Week on October 19th-23rd.  The theme this year is “Stronger, Better, Faster”.  Coach Coleman, Coach Lott and Coach Jones are encouraging students to work hard to build, strengthen, and gain overall endurance and fitness.  The week will include field day style games, health walk, limbo contest, fitness circuits, and dancing for fitness.  Pictured are students that bought this year’s PE shirt.


Student of the Month

October 2015

Kindergarten First Grade Second Grade Thrid Grade Fourth Grade
Kailee Knight Braxton Williams Laura Beth Mauldin Alex Estrada Rase Jones
Evan Davis Michaela Nix Kade Melton Omarion Baker Shaylie Rayborn
Samara Evans Yesica Temaj Kynlee Smith Scarlett Pendergrast Janeth Gonzalez
Summer Lawerence Alayna Sherman Audrey Yarbrough Karen Ochoa Pena Autumn Walters
Dane Welborn Torrey Gonzales Sara Rogers   Nayra Pena
Kolton Gerlach Raine Boutwell Romyn Graham   Kayden Hayes
Jared Ochoa Miley Howard McKenna Husband    
Madison Pollock        
Fifth Grade Sixth Grade
Keely Brashier Jaazmin Mendez
DeSean Dinkins Nicole Welch
Wendy Mendoza Adian Jones
Kiaya Kee Ryan Ruiz
Bryce Ray Chloe Jones
Zachary Hayes O'Nequa Carter
April Williams Kayla Prince


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
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