Congratulations to the following Jackson School Students for placing in the District Wide Heritage Tea Competition! Grade level winners were...
5th Grade student Isabella DeNardo-Kaczarek paced 1st for the district
4th Grade student Lacy Mauldin placed 2nd for the district
3rd Grade student Colin Clay placed 1st for the
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eChalk Parent Accounts
Parents of elementary school students can register for an eChalk Parent Account at http:/jes.kcsdschools.com/parents/register
. (All parents must create a new account for the 2013-14 School Year.)
Middle & high school students require a District ID number, which you will receive in a letter from the school that will be sent home soon. This information will allow parents to access the student's homework schedule and view class pages directly.
Additional information on eChalk Parent Accounts - including a video walk-through - are available on the district website at www.kershaw.k12.sc.us/district/instruction/echalk
We would like all students and parents to participate in our school survey to determine how you feel about students and teachers at Jackson School wearing uniforms. Please click here
to complete the survey! Thank you for your help!
Jackson School is a green school. We already recycle aluminum, plastic,
and paper. We decided to take on the project of recycling electronic
waste to help our community and America be a cleaner, greener place to
live. We hope that you will join us in recycling your small electronic
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Come along and join Jackson School on The Leader in Me journey. Also, you can learn more about The Leader in Me from their website.
Jackson School's Vision:
We are growing a community of leaders by engaging one person at a time.