Students and staff at Jefferson will be participating in Red Ribbon Week during the week of October 22nd-26th. Red Ribbon Week is an alcohol, tobacco, and other drug and violence prevention campaign that is observed throughout the U.S. during the month of October. Each day will have a theme as followed:
MONDAY: Sock it to Drugs Day! Wear crazy socks, clothes or hair.
TUESDAY: Wear RED Tuesday
WEDNESDAY: Team Up Against Drugs! Wear your favorite sports teams gear
THURSDAY: Don’t Let Drugs Turn You Inside Out! Wear clothes inside out.
FRIDAY: We are Drug Free Raiders! Wear Raider gear.
Congratulations to Miss Komsa and the students of Mrs. Noble’s 4th grade class for a successful recorder concert. On Friday October 19th, families were invited to hear the results of all the hard work the students have done over the first nine weeks learning to play the recorder under the direction of Miss Komsa. Students played a variety of pieces for their families and Miss Komsa explained the hard work that goes into learning an instrument. Great job to Miss Komsa and all of the students of Mrs. Noble’s class.
Families of students in grades 4 and 5 were recently invited to Jefferson for a math themed family day. Students and their guests participated in math themed games and activities within their classrooms. Thank you to all the families that came and supported their students.
Families of our Jefferson students in grades 6-8 were recently invited to the school for a family day. Friends and family were invited to see what a day in the life of a middle school student is really like by following them to their classes and participating in activities. Thank you to all the wonderful families that came to the school to support their student.