Some of our eighth grade students got to sit down and work with first grade students on a poetry lesson. Our eighth grade students did a wonderful job talking to the students and helping them with their assignment.
Sixth grade students at Jefferson participated in a science fair recently. Students completed research on their chosen topic and then created a board to show their data. Families and other classes were able to come and listen to the students explain their projects and the show their data. Thank you to all the families that came out to support their student.
Two students from each of the preschool through second grade classes were chosen for a special ‘donut award’. Congratulations to the wonderful students who were chosen for excelling in their classrooms!
Our Preschool and Kindergarten students had a chance to visit a traveling petting zoo at Jefferson recently. Students groups got to see, pet, and even feed some of the baby goats, rabbits, alpacas, sheep, and calves.
Recently, our first grade classes performed the musical Ei-Ei-Oops! Students were led by Ms. Komsa, Ms. Vlad, and Miss Richter. The students did an amazing job and all their hard work and practice was evident in their wonderful performance. Thank you to all the parents that came out to support their student.
The Jefferson library will be having its annual ‘Buy One Get One Free’ book fair the week of May 9-13. The ‘buy one get one free’ applies to books, posters, as well as school supplies. Shopping days will be TUESDAY/WEDNESDAY/THURSDAY. Our eWallet option is a great way to have money available for your child without them having to bring cash to school. Scan the QR code below to sign up and get more information. You can also shop online at https://www.scholastic.com/bf/jeffersonk8school
If you have questions, please feel free to contact Mrs. Kittle at the school 330-675-6960 ext. 6132
Kindergarten classes at Jefferson celebrated Earth day by learning about the holiday and lending a helping hand around our school. They walked the grounds of the school helping to clean up litter using their grabbing tools.