Verify, update contact data for your family

Looking for information on how to verify/update the data we use to contact you or those you designate about emergencies, unexpected closings or delays, and more? Review the information below; to reach the screen described and pictured, click on this link:   https://campus.jackson.k12.ga.us/campus/portal/jackson.jsp  Click here to download and save/print a copy of the information below. (Click […]

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BUS ROUTE CHANGES – bit.ly/JCSSTransportation

Bus changes listed at bit.ly/JCSSTransportation  … we will update there as things change and the site updates automatically every 5 minutes! Delays are likely for the first bus listed, and the changes may cause some delays for the buses providing assistance. If you are concerned about having been missed for a morning pickup or about whether […]

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USING THIS WEBSITE

Welcome to the new website for the Jackson County School System and the associated websites for our six elementary schools, two middle schools, and two high schools. We know this is a big change from our previous efforts, so here are some things to watch for and a roadmap of sorts: Clicking on text in […]

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New Chromebooks distributed

Cat Flippen and Todd Nickelsen, the Jackson County School System’s director of personalized learning and innovation and its assistant superintendent for teaching and learning, respectively, presented details of a competitive grant process that awarded 1000 more Chromebooks in our schools at the Dec. 11, 2017, Board of Education meeting. Teachers from across the Jackson County School […]

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Weather Watch – Friday, Dec. 8, 2017

Saturday, Dec. 9, 2017 – 12 noon Good news! The Dance Recital scheduled at EJCHS WILL take place at 6 o’clock tonight (Saturday).    Friday, Dec. 8, 2017 – 1:20 pm – updated at 3:55 pm JCSS schools are closing on time, but all afterschool programs and evening activities are canceled.   The safety of our students […]

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JCSS Wellness Survey open to all

  Research shows that healthy students are better learners. That’s why it’s important to identify policies and programs that support healthy behaviors. Please click here to complete the JCSS Wellness Survey. The data will provide a baseline of information to be used to evaluate the effectiveness of wellness-related policies and procedures. For more information, contact […]

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Innovation accelerating at WJES

West Jackson Elementary School has earned a $10,000 grant as a participant for the Fiscal Year 2018 Innovation Fund Accelerator through the Governor’s Office of Student Achievement. “We are excited for this opportunity,” said Dr. Amity Hardegree, WJES principal. “It will provide support for our team as we strategically design and implement innovative instructional practices, […]

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WJMS takes top honors (again) at 2017 FFA convention

For the second time in three years, the West Jackson Middle School team is bringing home the highest honors from the FFA national convention. Named 2017 Middle School Model of Excellence winner at the 90th National FFA Convention and Expo in Indianapolis last week, the Jackson County School System’s team also was the outstanding middle […]

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Akins Ford helps FFA students keep on truckin’

Akins Ford in Winder has made two 2017 Ford F350 flatbed trucks available to the Jackson County School System for a $24 lease for the coming year with a commitment to replace the vehicles annually. The trucks, valued at a total of more than $100,000, bear the Akins logo, along with logos for the East […]

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See you Monday!

  We are looking forward to seeing faculty and staff and all our students again on Monday! Hope fall break has been a great refresher. Watch for changes coming in the ways parents can update their contact information in Infinite Campus, our student information management system, as well as the addition of a text messaging […]

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