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     Welcome to JDE!  


    Jones Dairy

    Elementary School

    is committed to providing

    quality instruction

    in a safe and supportive

    learning environment.

     

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Panther Newsletter 2/16/17

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    Parents of current 5th Grade Students:
     
    The Online Application Period for Calendar Options and Early Transfers is February 22-28.  This transfer period is to request a transfer to your base school or year round option.  If you have any questions, please contact Traci Johnson, School Counselor.

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    A Message for the PTA Regarding the February 17th School Spirit Day:
     
    Friday, February 17th is School Spirit Day at JDE.  To celebrate the PTA wanted to invite students to bring in their favorite drink (NO SODA) to sip on and give students an opportunity to Dance in the classroom for the last 10 minutes of the school day.  We will have music playing through the PA system for everyone to enjoy.
     
    Thank you for your continued support.

     

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Principal's Update

  • September 6, 2016
     
    Dear Jones Dairy Elementary Community,

    I am so proud of our students, staff, parents and entire school community for earning the grade of A+ on the North Carolina School Report Card for the 2015 – 2016 school year.  Only 3% of schools in North Carolina received an A+ grade (including charter schools). This can only happen when you have fantastic children, teachers, support personnel, parents and a supportive community.   Furthermore, it is also the result of everyone involved being genuinely invested in our children and what they represent to the future of this country.

    Schools throughout the state of North Carolina are graded based on end of grade test scores and student growth results. Please click the link below for more detailed information and to view other schools throughout the state.
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    *It is important to note that there are legitimate concerns with the state’s school grading system.   For example, a school with lower proficiency rates, may be demonstrating positive growth results but because growth is less of a factor than overall proficiency, the school grade may not fairly represent the effort and accomplishments of the school staff, students and school community.

    Sincerely,

    Rob Bendel

     

JDES STUDENT & PARENT CALENDAR

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