Jefferson County Schools will be open and in session for all students on Monday, February 26.   We thank the many citizens of Jefferson County who supported our staff in their quest for a living wage and stable health insurance.   We are pleased to be able to return to the work we love in the community we are helping to build.

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  • Keeping You In the Loop


    A big thank you to our Jefferson citizens who have stepped up to care for children in need.  

    Thanks to generous donations and volunteers every child who is normally provided food on the weekend will go home with 19 pre-packaged meals on Wednesday.  A shout out to Billie’s Cafe for providing free warm meals for Ranson’s students.

    In addition, both Iron Musket Cross Fit and Jefferson County Parks and Rec have stepped up to offer low cost child care Thursday and Friday.

    We thank our generous Jefferson community and continue to hold out hope that reasonable adults will find reasonable solutions. We will continue to keep you updated. Please, see the latest articles below:   

    Bondy Shay Gibson, Ed.D.
    Jefferson County Schools


    WV Legislature presents teachers with pay raise ultimatum:
    4 percent over 3 years


    From Governor Justice: To Our Educators, Service Personnel,
    and other Government Workers



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    The Shepherdstown Elementary/Middle School LSIC meeting scheduled for Thursday, February 22 has been rescheduled for 7:00 p.m., Tuesday, March 13 at Shepherdstown Elementary School.

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  • Dear JCS parents, students, and community,

    After a thorough investigation by the Charles Town Police Department, with the cooperation of the FBI, and other law enforcements agencies, it was determined that the individual who made a threat against Washington High School made a false claim. This person will face prosecution for their actions.

    Jefferson County Schools wishes to thank the Charles Town Police Department and other law enforcement agencies for their diligence in identifying this potential threat and helping to ensure the safety of our students and staff.

    Local law enforcement, icluding the Sheriff's Department will have additional officers at Washington High School, Wright Denny Intermediate, and Charles Town Middle School as return to school on Tuesday.

    We want to thank the parents of Jefferson County Schools for their continued trust in us for the education and safety of their students. 


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  • prek

    Effective the 2018-19 school year, children must attain the age of four prior to July 1 in order to enroll in Pre-K. The 2018-19 PK application will be available after February 12. Your completed application (all components) must be turned in at the Head Start/Pre-K - T.A. Lowery site (brick building located to the right of T.A. Lowery Elementary School), 221 Warm Springs Road, Shenandoah Junction, WV 25442. Please note: New regulations for 2018-2019 require potential students to experience their fourth birthday
    prior to July 01, 2018.


    Effective the 2019-2020 school year, children must attain the age of five prior to July 1 in order to enroll in Kindergarten.


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    Jefferson County Schools

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    PARENTS: If your child is a returning student, you do NOT have to fill out the 
    registration packet forms. A two-page update form will be provided
    to your child on the first day of school.


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