Love yourself. Be Drug Free!

2014 Red Ribbon Week Theme is Love yourself.  Be drug free! http://redribbon.org/enter/  create next year’s theme and you could win 500.00 Children of parents who talk to their teens regularly about drugs are 42% less likely to use drugs than those who don’t, yet only a quarter of teens report having these conversations.  

Social Studies Night March 18th

Come join us for culture and creativity as well as our annual chili cook-off March 18th @EJMS. The event will start at 6 and will be a culture shock like never before!

Congratulations to February’s GRIP Getters of the Month

8th Grade: Allie Kate Canup Patrick Brannon 7th Grade: Daniela Magana Cole Smith Emily Crow 6th Grade: Savannah Burdsal Vincent Xiong Hunter Stith Staff Member: Morgan Archer

Congratulations to EJMS’ Young Georgia Authors Winners!

6th 1st- Payton Kidd 2nd- Grace Palmer 3rd- Abigail Suarez 7th 1st- Vivian Barker 2nd- Krysta Lowen 3rd- Cody Whitlock 8th 1st- Luke Hadden 2nd- Mary Hollis 3rd- Chloe Cantrell

For Students Only

Students, Please click on the following link to access the Safe Schools Survey administered by the GA DOE. If any parent wants to preview the link you may do so by clicking on the link provided below. Please do not submit any data if you are a parent, but you may contact the counseling department […]

Come Join Us!

East Jackson Middle School’s February Chili Cook-off is slated to take place next Tuesday the 11th at 6:00 P.M. Please join us for a great time as community members and staff prepare to put their chili’s up against one another. We hope to see you there!

Shout out to EJMS

East Jackson Middle School students worked hard this month on their behavior and it showed as EJMS students tallied only 6 referrals for the entire month! We thank the parents for their support and the teachers for their hard work in modeling for the students appropriate behaviors. Most importantly we thank the students for their […]

Early Release Today

East Jackson Middle School will be releasing all students at 1:30 P.M. due to inclement weather. All after-school activities have been canceled.

Weather Warning!

Parents, Please remember that with the freezing cold temperatures all students need to be wearing appropriate clothing. Should you need anything at all please contact us at the counseling department for assistance.

MLK Holiday Jan. 20th

Parents, As a reminder we will not be in school January 20th in honor of Martin Luther King Jr. Day. Enjoy your long weekend and we will look forward to seeing your children on the 21st.

Lanyards

Parents, Any student who loses or destroys their lanyard or plastic cover may purchase another one for 50 cents. These lanyards are not an item we get reimbursed for which necessitates our charging for replacements much like we do for agendas. Thank you for your understanding.

Discipline Data Updated

Stakeholders, Please note that the discipline data has been updated and is now posted. All discipline data can be viewed by clicking on the “discipline” tab and clicking on the picture of the graph.

Lanyards

Parents, EJMS is trialing our new self-monitoring system that includes the use of lanyards. Some important things to note are that no child will ever display what level of the academic or discipline log process they are on. This is prevented by an ID card in the front of the sleeve. Secondly, students may purchase […]

Keep an eye out for…

Parents, Please keep an eye out for a video containing information about our self-monitoring system which we are running through a trial period for the month of December. We hope to upload the video regarding this system in its entirety by Friday.

Red Ribbon Week Video Contest Winners

Congratulations to Ms. Hill’s house for their winning Red Ribbon Week video! 20131031_111839

Congratulations to EJMS Student Council members!

The following students have been selected to serve as part of our Student Council. The members are as follows: Jake Myler Payton Kidd Loren Thomas Emily Crow Destiney Dempsey Anna Tolbert Matthew Cheatham Jake England Rhiannon Whitehead Brianna Rakestraw Luke Harrison Wesley Ruggles Cody Whitlock Brianna Pearson Jay Watson Maritza Guerra-Baca Cole Sealey Wendy Gonzalez […]

Chick-Fil-A Night

Parents, Please join us for our first ever Chick-Fil-A night at CFA in Banks Crossing, Commerce from 6-8 p.m. EJMS will receive 10% of the proceeds from the night so come on out and support your eagles!

Counseling tip for 10/21-10/25

Parents, Training your child to be successful is all about three concepts; stimiuli, punishment, and reinforcement. A stimuli is a thing that rouses activity or energy in someone or something; a spur or incentive. Reinforcement is used to INCREASE a behavior while punishment is used when you want to DECREASE a behavior. Please click on the chart […]

Red Ribbon Week Themes (Oct. 28th-Nov. 1st)

 

EJMS & The FalCan Food Drive

EJMS Community, Please join us in supporting the Atlanta Falcons and Jackson County by providing peanut butter or canned ravioli donations for the thousands of hungry individuals in our county. The school who provides the highest amount of donated pounds will receive Atlanta Falcons tickets and will have their students be part of the unveiling […]

House Point Totals!

Counseling Site House Points Click on the above link for a look at the house point race. Things are getting very tight!

Fall Break Oct 11-14

Parents, East Jackson Middle School will be on Fall Break next Friday October 11th – 14th. Please remember not to bring your children to school that day and have a wonderful break!

Integrity!

Take a look at what some of our teachers are doing this year with our eagle expectations by clicking on the video link HERE!  

Follow us on Twitter or Facebook!

Please join us on Twitter @EJMS_Eagles or find us on Facebook at EJ Middle! You can click the twitter icon below for a direct link and the Facebook link to visit the homepage (Note: You must be signed into Facebook to visit the EJ Middle page).

Counseling Tip for 9/30-10/4

Students who miss school more than 15 days a year are SIGNIFICANTLY more likely to fail their classes, grade, or end-of-year tests. Take a look at the picture below which represents just how important being in school can be for your child. A link to the full article can be found HERE.

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