Attendance is Important!

Research shows that elementary schoolers don't have to miss much school before their learning suffers. In the early grades, students are mastering reading, writing, and basic math skills; these are the skills most affected when children miss school. But there's more! Students learn more than academics at school. In every class, they practice an important life skill -…

4th Graders Visit Capitol

Whether you're a student, a teacher, or family, visiting the State Capitol is a great way to explore the roots of our state's government through stories and hands-on activities.

Jefferson Elementary Loves Public Schools!

Jefferson Elementary, where we support public education one student at a time. Education impacts every aspect of life; when our students do well, the community benefits!

Dr Seuss Week

Bring a Friend to Breakfast

The students in grades K-4 will be celebrating Dr. Seuss Day on Friday, March 2nd. The students will be served green eggs and ham, donut holes and juice at school. The Dr. Seuss book, Green Eggs and Ham and other Dr. Seuss stories will be shared in the classrooms during the day. Students may bring a friend or relative…