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JCSD Mission
Jones County School District is a community partnership that empowers and inspires students to reach their maximum potential and become productive citizens by providing challenging educational experiences through effective teaching strategies in environments conducive to learning.

The Jones County School District…..
We Empower and Inspire!




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Jones County School District, 5204 Hwy. 11 N, Ellisville, MS 39437
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Phone: (601) 649-5201
Fax: (601) 649-1613



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Presenting the South Jones High School 2015 Hall of Fame

South Jones High School is proud to announce the Hall of Fame for the 2015 Senior Class. This group of students has played an important role in many student organizations and has high academic standards. We wish them all the best in their future pursuits.

(L to R):First row: K. Parker, K. B. Knight, S. Patel, A. K. Hodges, L. Guthrie, K. Stone, N. Buckley
Second row: L. Moody, M. Sparrow, K. Jones, M. K. Smith, K. Phillips, J. Sumrall
Third row: E. Laird, W. Bush, D. Lewis, M. Strickland
Fourth row: T. Gunnell, T. Bryant, W. Hodges, C. Warden



WJHS Cheer Camp

West Jones will host Cheerleader Clinic May 26-28th from 8:30 until Noon. For more information contact Debbie Bender at 601-729-8144.



SJH's 2015 Star Student and Star Teacher

South Jones High School is proud to announce T. Gunnell as the Class of 2015's STAR student. He will graduate as a summa cum laude honors student and a Mississippi scholar. Gunnell plans to attend the University of Alabama in the fall. He selected Mrs. Geri Hathorn as his STAR teacher.

WJHS BETA Winners


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West Jones High School Beta members recently attended the state convention in Tupelo where seniors H. Mauldin and J. Speed won National Beta Scholarships in the amount of $1,000 each. These girls were 2 of 13 recipients from Mississippi, the only Jones County recipients, and were among 256 national finalists. B. Kelley won 1st place in the colored pencil drawing at the state level and received an invitation to compete at the National Convention in June.


SJH Lady Brave Signs with University of Nebraska Omaha

South Jones standout K. Phillips signed to play basketball at the University of Nebraska Omaha
April 16, 2015.

Pictured Sitting L-R: Rose Jones (grandmother), Nundra Jones (mother), K. Phillips,
Jason Phillips, (father), Shaquita Jones (aunt)

Standing L-R: Coach Reynolds (Athletic Director), T. Peters (cousin), M. Jones (sister), M. Jones (sister), K. Phillips (brother), Coach Sherri Cooley (Lady Braves Basketball Coach)


SJH's April Sertoma Student of Month

South Jones High School's R. Prince Is Laurel Sertoma Student of the Month for April. He is pictured with Mr. Howard Patrick, his U. S. History Teacher.


SJH Lady Brave Signs with JCJC

South Jones Lady Braves, L. Moody, signed to play basketball with Jones County Junior College Lady Bobcats April 9, 2015.  Joining her are (standing) sister, K. Moody; friend, T. Jenkings; Coach Taphne Lott. (Sitting) mother, Pebbles Moody, and father, Darrell Moody.


WJHS Halethe Jones Signs with MCC

WJHS Senior H. Jones recently signed a letter of intent to play basketball at Meridian Community College.

Pictured are:
Seated l-r: Bessie Mae Jones, grandmother; H. Jones; Gladis Jones, mom

Standing l-r:  Lynn Lyon, West Jones High School Supervising Principal; Sharon Pendarvis Murray, WJ Lady Mustangs Head Coach; Russell Jones, Dad; Lyndie Lyon, WJ Lady Mustangs Assistant Coach




















SJH Art Scholarships


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The South Jones High School Art Department is pleased to announce that two of its art students, K. Strickland and L. Jones placed in the William Carey University Art Competition. The students pictured are tenth grade student, K. Strickland, who one "First Place" and a $1,000 scholarship and tenth grade student, L. Jones, who one "Best of Show" and a $2,000 scholarship. The teachers, staff, and students at South Jones are so proud of these talented students and wish them the best in their future endeavors.

Moselle 6th Graders Learn CPR


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Mark Smith of the Hattiesburg Fire Department recently visited Moselle Elementary 6th graders to show proper techniques for CPR and first aid.  Students learned these skills as part of an extension activity from their study of the novel Hatchet by Gary Paulsen. Students were able to earn an introduction to CPR certificate when they successfully demonstrated the CPR process.


WJH Student Signs with JCJC

West Jones High School Senior Z. Ratcliffe-Graves recently signed a letter of intent to play basketball at JCJC.

Pictured are:
Seated l-r: 
B. Grady, sister; Sharon Graves, grandmother; Z. Ratcliffe-Graves; Temekia Grady, mom

Standing l-r: Lyndie Lyon, WJ Lady Mustangs Assistant Coach; Travis Grady, stepdad; Sharon Pendarvis Murray, WJ Lady Mustangs Head Coach; Lynn Lyon, West Jones High School Supervising Principal


EJE Beta Projects


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East Jones Elementary Jr. Beta Club strives to daily exemplify the Beta Motto, “Let us lead by serving others.”   The week of April 6-10, 2015, afforded these honor students many opportunities to live that life of servitude.  It began with creating and distributing posters to numerous local businesses with the information regarding Kindergarten Registration for the 2015-16 school year.  The second project the club sponsored was purchasing pine straw and spreading the straw in the EJE flower beds.  The final Beta project for the week was serving as greeters and campus tour guides for the incoming Kindergarteners and their families.  Many parents expressed gratitude for such welcoming and friendly faces as their children began a new chapter in their lives.  Once again, EJE Jr. Betas represented East Jones with integrity and humility.


SJH Lady Braves Basketball Team Volunteers at Special Olympics

SJHS Lady Braves basketball team volunteered for the third consecutive year at Special Olympics. They worked the concession and sacked approximately 800 lunches for the participants. This is a service that they look forward to all year.



















 
 
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