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Standard Of Excellence

May 15, 2016 On Tuesday, voters in the Jamestown Public Schools District will elect two board of education members to serve three-year terms. more »»

Investment In JPS Supports Broad, Continued Success

May 15, 2016 “We are lucky to have so many Advanced Placement and college-level courses at JHS, along with varied electives, giving students an opportunity to try different courses. more »»

Making The Mark

May 1, 2016 On Tuesday, May 17, Jamestown residents will vote on a proposed budget totaling $79,183,399 for the 2016-17 school year. more »»

Bus Proposition Maintains Top Notch Fleet

May 1, 2016 Though Jamestown Public Schools is considered a “walking school district,” the district transports more than 700 students each day by school bus, van or ca. more »»

JPS Receives State Funds For Community Schools

May 1, 2016 As part of the 2016-17 New York state budget, $175 million is being directed towards Community Schools Aid to help transform high-needs schools into community schools. more »»

Driving Discussion

April 17, 2016 “Can everyone look through the draft of the parent survey and check that the questions are all relevant?” asked Kim Malarkey, Jefferson Middle School parent. more »»

CASAC Helps Students With Negative Behavior

April 17, 2016 “From your activity sheet, how do you think people feel after a few drinks? Think about it and write down a couple of words that describe how someone might feel,” said Laurie Reynolds, prevention... more »»

Striders’ Bilingual Life Skills Educator Benefits Students

April 17, 2016 “I want to talk about growth and fixed mindsets today,” said Yanira Castellano, Chautauqua Striders’ Bilingual Life Skills educator, to a group of Jefferson Middle School English language learners. more »»

Jefferson Fifth-Graders Learn To Become Computer Coders

April 17, 2016 Jefferson Middle School fifth-graders in Julie Livengood’s library media specialist Accel class are learning to become computer coders through an online course called Code Studio. more »»

Finding Your Niche

March 20, 2016 If you walked into Jennifer Lumia’s classroom at Jamestown High School, you might find seniors in white lab coats working diligently on a molecular biology research projec. more »»

JHS Broadcasting Classes Put Students In Real-Life Communications

March 20, 2016 Bronson Rasmussen, Jamestown High School sophomore, recently spent time in a sound booth recording a project for his broadcasting class. more »»

CEO Program Helps Deserving Students

March 20, 2016 The Chautauqua Educational Opportunity (CEO) Program is a unique scholarship program for deserving Jamestown High School graduates attending Jamestown Community College or Jamestown Business Colleg. more »»

JHS School Store Gives Students Valuable Business Experience

March 20, 2016 With sound of the cash register ringing in the Jamestown High School store after school, another sale is made in the student-run store. more »»

Building Up Grades

March 6, 2016 In 2011, Jamestown voters approved a $68 million capital project authorization. The projects listed on this page are part of this 2011 public approval. more »»

Love Elementary School’s Capital Project Is On Schedule

March 6, 2016 Love Elementary School’s capital project is on time to be completed and ready for students and staff to return to the school in September 2016. more »»

Upcoming JPS Capital Projects

March 6, 2016 The next two capital projects that the district will focus on are the final phase of Bush Elementary School and Jefferson Middle School. more »»

District-Wide Technology Upgrades Will Help Staff, Students Better Access Information

March 6, 2016 As part of a $68 million capital project authorization, Jamestown Public Schools District is upgrading its district-wide technology infrastructure. more »»

Learning Life Skills

March 6, 2016 FREWSBURG — The Frewsburg Central School Grade Seven Team recently held a two-day celebration for a survival unit based on the books “A Long Walk to Water” by Linda Sue Park and “Hatchet” by Gary... more »»

Lincoln Physical Education Teachers Integrate Academics Into Activity

February 21, 2016 “Okay everyone, pull one foot up for the quad stretch. I want you to skip count from four to 40, counting by fours please,” said Lincoln Elementary School physical education teacher, Aaron Zwald. more »»

Lincoln UPK Students Learn While Doing Winter Activities

February 21, 2016 Lincoln Elementary School students in Betsy Homan’s and Karen Sykes’ classes were treated to fun, winter science activities with their families thanks to the help of Kerry Widen from the school’s... more »»



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