2019-2020 Elementary School Supply List


Substitute Teacher Workshop for 2019-2020 School Year

***MUST ATTEND this workshop to be placed on the substitute teacher list***

  • When: Tuesday, July 30th at 9:00 a.m.

  • Where: West Jones Elementary Cafeteria

    5652 Hwy 84 West Laurel, MS 39443

  • For Questions: 601.649.5201


Jones County Summer Meals Free Breakfast and Free Lunch!


Returning Student (English) 2019-2020 English

Returning Student (Espanol) 2019-2020 Espanol

New Student Registration 2019-2020 English

Registro de nuevos estudiantes 2019-2020 Espanol




News and Announcements

Jones County School District Teacher of the Year

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Kristy Boone

Kristy Boone has been teaching in the Jones County School District for eighteen years. She started her career in an elementary setting teaching various grade levels. She is now in her second year at Jones County Learning Center as a special education teacher working with elementary to high school students. She has a Master's Degree in gifted education, additional graduate coursework in special education in the area of emotional disabilities, and an administrator license. She is a natural leader and truly believes in working as a team and building one another up for success. She continues to challenge herself and gain the knowledge needed to successfully meet the needs of all of her students. Mrs. Boone is married to Rocky Boone, a science teacher and basketball coach at Northeast Jones High School. She has two children that are students in the Jones County School District.

 
   

South Jones High School Homecoming 2018

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South Jones High School will begin its Homecoming festivities on Thursday, September 20, with a parade through downtown Ellisville. The parade will begin at 6:30p.m.; it will start at Corner Market and continue through downtown. The Homecoming court will be presented at the pep rally at 9:30 on Friday, September 21, and festivities will conclude with the presentation of the Homecoming court at 6:00p.m. on Friday, September 21, at South Jones football field prior to the game against Laurel.
South Jones 2018 Homecoming Court, Mr. and Ms. South Jones, and Mr. and Miss South Jones Junior High:
Front: (L-R) Caidyn Crowder, Sydney Runnels (Miss South Jones), Anna Brownlee (Queen), Mellee Diers (Miss South Jones Junior High), Madison Diers. 2nd: Madison Matthew, Sidney Matthew, Annamarie Kirkwood, Keosha Miranda. 3rd: Bayley Burns, Kaitlyn Millsap, Mackenzie Jones, Emma Kate Prince. Back: Cameron Tran, Marlee Robinson, Abby Harper, Mary Bradley McCardle (Photo Credit: Circle T Photography)


South Jones High School Homecoming 2018

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Mr. and Miss South Jones High School -- John Mitchell and Sydney Runnels

Mr. and Miss South Jones Jr. High -- Matt Smith and Mellee Diers


Jones County Students Serving MS FFA

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Proudly Serving MS FFA Jones County is home to three of the six 2018-2019 Mississippi FFA state officers and two of the six 2018-2019 Mississippi FFA Junior State Officers. Successfully navigating a rigorous interview process during the 2018 MS FFA State Convention, Brody Hamm of West Jones, Colleen Ellzey of South Jones, J.C. Doggett of Northeast Jones, Avery Hamm of West Jones, and Brianna Fenton of Northeast Jones have begun their year of service! The son of Jason and Ashley Hamm and a senior at West Jones, Brody is the 2018-2019 MS FFA State Secretary. Colleen, a senior at South Jones, is the daughter of Jason and Lindsey Ellzey and is the 2018-2019 MS FFA State Vice-President. J. C., the son of Brent and Debbie Wade and the late Kale Doggett, is the 2018-2019 MS FFA State Reporter and a senior at Northeast Jones. Avery, the daughter of Jason and Ashley Hamm and a Freshman at West Jones, is the 2018-2019 MS FFA Junior State Vice-President. The daughter of Todd and Carrie Fenton, Brianna is the 2018-2019 MS FFA Junior State Secretary and is a Freshman at Northeast Jones. During their year of service these young men and women will be traveling the state of MS visiting FFA chapters, conducting leadership workshops, touring agricultural industries and farms, meeting with local and state government officials, as well as networking with national FFA officers and members.



Jones Co. School District receives new car seats for buses

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JONES COUNTY, MS (WDAM) - The Jones County School District received five new car seats for their special needs buses. The Jones County Farm Bureau Insurance Agency donated the car seats through their car seat program available to all members. Superintendent Tommy Parker said the district serves several special needs students starting at the age of 3 that do not meet the requirements to be transported by vehicles without a car seat. He said the district was in need of new car seats. "We had some additionally but these five will allow us to serve all the students who need to be in a car seat and need to be transported in a car seat to and from school," Parker said. Agency Manager Chris Stockman said he's happy the company is able to give back to their community especially when it comes to the safety of children. "You've got the lives of children in your hands and you want to make sure that they're securely fastened in," said Stockman. "If you look at the car seats, they all come with five-point harnesses versus having a three-part harness." Parker said the car seats will be put to use immediately.






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