Hurricane Irma — Back to school Thursday!

UPDATE WEDNESDAY, SEPT. 13, 2:10 p.m. — The Jackson County School System will return to its regular schedule for all its buildings tomorrow, Thursday, Sept. 14. Please be patient with our bus drivers as they make their first runs after the impact of Hurricane Irma across our county. They cannot travel on roads that are blocked […]

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CAREERS @ JCSS

Thank you for your interest in beginning or advancing your career in service to the students of Jackson County. See a complete list of vacancies and find an online application by visiting  www.applitrack.com/jacksoncounty/onlineapp/. Learn more about our benefits by visiting www.myjacksonbenefits.com/. Please visit our Human Resources page for more information.

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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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Bus changes for Friday, Oct. 20, 2017

Bus changes for Friday afternoon, Oct. 20 … we will post again if things change! Students riding the first bus named will likely be delayed. If you are concerned about having been missed, please call the Transportation Department at 706-367-3995 or 706-367-3989. EJES: Orange bus (09-6) will be picked up by buses 18-1 and 08-3. […]

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See you on 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 option […]

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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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Graduation Rate: Tops in the county, highly ranked in state

The Eagles are soaring and the Panthers are on the prowl as newly released graduation rates are a cause for celebration in the Jackson County School System. East Jackson Comprehensive High School students now boast the highest graduation rate among the county’s four high schools. Their 95.6 percent graduation rate ranks them 47th among the […]

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Debbie Darling is JCSS Teacher of the Year

It’s been quite a journey for Debbie Darling, fourth-grade teacher at Gum Springs Elementary School, who was named Teacher of the Year for the Jackson County School System Sept. 29. She and her students were surprised shortly after 9 o’clock Friday morning with a balloon bouquet and a visit from JCSS Superintendent Dr. April Howard; […]

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Federal programs, Title I information meetings set Oct. 3 & 4

Parents of students in the Jackson County School System and interested community members are invited to attend a Title I annual meeting on October 3, 2017, at 9 AM or October 4, 2017, at 3 PM.  Both meetings will be held at the Jackson County Board of Education located at 1660 Winder Highway in Jefferson, […]

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Fall Break — it’s on!

Hurricane Irma snapped a lot of branches and caused some real problems in our area, but she didn’t damage fall break! Dr. April Howard, superintendent of the Jackson County School System, has announced that the days originally set aside will be preserved. As previously scheduled, students will have three days without classes, Wednesday, Oct. 11, […]

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New bus routing for EJES and EJMS starts Thursday, Sept. 21

Good news! We are adding a total of four new bus routes for East Jackson Elementary School and eight for East Jackson Middle School. The reconfiguration of routes will affect all EJES routes and some at EJMS (primarily those of students who are in the EJES zone); the changes are intended to reduce the time […]

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