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  • South Jefferson Elementary School
    4599 Summit Point Road
    Charles Town, WV 25414
    304-728-9216
     
    Richard Jenkins, Principal
    Keri Mahoney, Assistant Principal

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    The Handbound Journal

    South Jefferson Elementary School

    Student Art Journal Exhibition

    Showcasing art journals made by grades 1st through 5th!

    The Teaching Arts Creatively Grant provided funding for guest artist, Liz Goins, to visit SJES. Mrs. Goins guided students through the process of binding their own artist journals!

    Students dedicated time and effort to create

    these beautiful journals using multi-media art techniques,

    including drawing, painting, printmaking, and collage.

    Come see their journals on display!

    April 28th from 3-5 PM

    April 29th from 1-4 PM

    Potomac Valley Audubon Society’s

    Cool Spring Preserve

    1469 Lloyd, Charles Town WV, 25414

    OPEN TO THE COMMUNITY

     This project is funded in part by the Jefferson Arts Council, West Virginia Division of Culture and History, and the National Endowment for the Arts, with approval from the West Virginia Commission on the Arts. 

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  • Teacher and Service Person of the Year

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    Congratulations to Mrs. Hillman and Ms. Smallwood for being recognized as South Jefferson's teacher of the year and service person of the year!  They were recognized at the annual banquet on April 17th.  Thank you both for all you do for our school!

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  • Positive Principal Referral

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    Congratulations to Aiden Rovelli for his Positive Principal Referral!  Aiden cleaned up a classmate's trash from the lunch table without even being asked!  Thank you, Aiden!

     

    Positive Principal Referrals

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    Congratulations to Noah Sunday and Shyann Jenkins for their Positive Principal Referrals!  Noah was nominated by Ms. Mendzela for setting an example for the class by always being a kind and caring classmate.  He helped a student spell words when he noticed the classmate was getting frustrated.  Way to go Noah!  Shyann was nominated by Ms. Mendzela for transitioning nicely to their classroom.  She is staying focused and making good choices.  Keep it up Shyann!

     

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  • Positive Principal Referral

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    Congratulations to Khloe Fisher for her Positive Principal Referral!  Mrs. Mangum nominated Khloe for offering to assist a classmate who was behind on an assignment.  Khloe read the definitions aloud for the classmate, and thanks to her help, the student was able to complete the assignment!  Way to be a team player Khloe!

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    Congratulations to Elizabeth Sigler who was nominated for a Positive Principal Referral by Mr. Atkins!  Elizabeth stopped to help a kindergartner who had dropped their breakfast in the hallway.  Many other students simply walked by the child, but Elizabeth made sure to stop and help them pick up their items.  Thank you for your kindness and compassion!  

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  • Positive Principal Referral

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    Congratulations to Mason Lowery for being nominated by Mrs. Rosa.  Mason was nominated because he always works hard and has a positive attitude.  He is a great friend to all of his classmates!  We are so proud of you!  

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  • Positive Principal Referral

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    Congratulations to Dimitri Orfanidis who was nominated by Mrs. Dinges!  Dimitri donated his own money during the work stoppage to show his support for his teachers!  Thank you Dimitri!

     

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    Congratulations to Noah Brown for his Positive Principal Referral by Ms. Horne!  Noah took a milk at lunch without paying.  When he realized he forgot to pay he talked to Ms. Horne about it, found his quarter, and paid.  Thank you for your honesty!

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  • Positive Principal Referral

    Congratulations to Ava Brenneke for being nominated by Mrs. Mangum for a Positive Principal Referral!  Ava showed compassion to her classmate when she asked the student if they were okay after returning to class with an ice pack.  Her conern for others shows her compassion and caring nature.  Way to go Ava!

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  • Food Drive

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    Congratulations to Mrs. Fincham's class for bringing in the most food for our food drive with 602 items!  Mason Friend supplied approximately 500 of those!  Way to go!  Thank you to everyone who brought in items!

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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.

    NOTICE FOR KINDERGARTEN

    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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  • Kindergarteners Celebrated Being 100 Days Smarter!

    Kindergarten students had so much fun celebrating the 100th day of school!  They counted to 100 many times throughout the day (maybe 100 times?!?) during various activities.  They exercised 100 times, made structutres with 100 cups, counted out 100 fish for the fish bowl, dabbed 100 gumballs in the gumball machine, made hats, and much more!  

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