Nine students from Memorial Park Elementary School scored a perfect score on the ACAP Math test during the 2021 - 2022 school year. Tonight, these student were recognized by Dr. Ann Jackson and the Jasper City Board of Education. We are so proud of these students, their families and the teachers in our school system that have supported these students. Please help us celebrate with the following students: Emma M., Nathan B., Samuel F., Marleigh O., Titus N., Ellie Bryant H., Cooper W., Cooper B., and Aly W. We are so proud of you!!!!
MPS faculty and staff will host an open house for parents from 4:30 - 6:00 on Tuesday, October 18. This will be an opportunity for parents/guardians to visit the school and discuss your students academic progress with our teachers. We look forward to seeing you there!
Friday, September 30 will be homecoming for all JCS students. Please know that school will dismiss at 11:30 that day. All carlines and buses will run at that time.
The Jasper City School system is constantly striving to improve our practices through professional growth. Soon, we will begin working with the Marzano Network to grow in our ability to better serve our students and stakeholders. Through this process, we will begin studying the High Reliability Schools(HRS) model of instruction. This process provides a structure in which individual schools can increase their institutional effectiveness to the highest possible levels. HRS is a multileveled process that recognizes school effectiveness in five specific areas: (1) safe, supportive, and collaborative culture, (2) effective teaching in every classroom, (3) guaranteed and viable curriculum, (4) standards-referenced reporting, and (5) competency-based education.
MPS students will be taking fall school pictures on Friday, August 26.
Viking Health Clinic is located inside Jasper High School. The clinic is open to serve ALL Jasper City School students and employees.
Important Information to consider for your student carrying a backpack.
IMPORTANT INFORMATION REGARDING FREE AND REDUCED MEALS AT JASPER CITY SCHOOLS!
We will be hosting parent/student orientation for the 2022 - 2023 school year at the following times:
2nd Grade - August 5 at 9:30
3rd Grade - August 5 at 2:00
As school is quickly approaching, we want to share important upcoming information with you. The first items deals with school breakfast and lunch. For the last two years, students have been able to eat for free. The USDA has not renewed this act so students will be charged for breakfast/lunch in the upcoming year.
Jasper City Schools 2022-2023 Orientation Days
Jasper City Schools Honors both Certified and Support Retirees!
The Jasper City Board of Education approved the JCS School Calendar for the upcoming school year.
Title 1 is one of the nation’s largest federal programs through which school districts receive federal funding to provide supplemental instruction for students based upon academic need. The goal is to increase performance and academic achievement in the areas of language arts and/or mathematics. Schools are identified as Title 1 based on the economic level of the families who attend. The number of students receiving free and reduced lunch qualify a school to receive Title 1 funding.