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Calculating Success

October 4, 2015 “Who can tell me what we just did with fluency facts?” asked Fletcher Elementary School teacher Shannon Osborne to her second-graders. “Addition and subtraction.” said a student. “Yes. more »»

Planning For Success

September 20, 2015 Jamestown Public Schools has developed a 2014-19 District Strategic Plan with the help of parents, students, JPS staff, nonprofits, foundations, local businesses and colleges. more »»

Development Of The Five-Year JPS Strategic Plan

September 20, 2015 When Superintendent Tim O. more »»

JHS Class Of 2015

June 21, 2015 Congratulations to Jamestown High School’s Class of 2015 top 5 percent. These well-rounded, academically talented students represent the best of Jamestown High School. more »»

Building Imagination

June 7, 2015 “When we do drawings, what do I ask you to look for?” asked Marygrace Anderson, Lincoln Elementary School art teacher, to a class of fourth-graders. “Shapes, numbers and letters,” said one studen. more »»

Lincoln UPK Students Learn More About Habitats

June 7, 2015 “Today, we are going to learn more about the desert and what types of plants and animals we might find there,” said Betsy Homan, Lincoln Elementary School Universal Prekindergarten (UPK) teache. more »»

Lincoln PBIS Stresses Positive Behavior In All Students

June 7, 2015 Lincoln Elementary School is in the second year of PBIS (Positive Behavioral Intervention & Supports) and is seeing good progress with schoolwide behavior. more »»

School Spirit

May 24, 2015 Southwestern Central School strives to be an interconnected and positive place for all students, and the annual Spirit Week is one means used to achieve this. more »»

Jamestown Police Chief Discusses Drug Epidemic With Senior Health Students

May 24, 2015 Harry Snellings, Jamestown police chief, recently visited Southwestern High School health classes to talk about drug use in local communities. more »»

High School Bowl Trophy Returns To Southwestern After 28 Years

May 24, 2015 A traveling trophy, much like the Stanley Cup, travels from place to place, belonging to the reigning regional High School Bowl champion school for the duration of their reign. more »»

Legos Inspire Youth Art Month Contest

May 24, 2015 For Youth Art Month this year, during the month of March, Southwestern Middle School students participated in a Lego-Selfie Contes. more »»

Southwestern Students Participate In Parents As Reading Partners Event

May 24, 2015 Southwestern Elementary students participated in PARP (Parents As Reading Partners) for three weeks from Feb. 13 through March 6. more »»

By The Numbers

May 3, 2015 The Jamestown Public Schools District is proposing a modest 1.5 percent tax levy increase to help close a $5.2 million gap in funding for the 2015-16 budget. more »»

Mains: ‘Budget Will Allow Us To Implement New Strategic Plan’

May 3, 2015 On Tuesday, May 19, Jamestown residents will vote on a proposed budget totaling $77,601,103 for the 2015-16 school year. The proposed budget reflects best efforts to close a gap that started at $. more »»

Fletcher Family Fun Night Celebrates The Love Of Reading And Math

April 19, 2015 On a recent Thursday night, the Fletcher Elementary School gymnasium was transformed into a “Frozen” land of reading, math and arts activities to celebrate the school’s Parents as Reading Partners... more »»

Studying Up

April 19, 2015 Katie David, Aubrey Reynolds and Julia Smith, Fletcher Elementary School fourth-graders, recently edited their “Hunger Project” brochure, learning more about world hunger through a unique assignment... more »»

Fletcher Students Benefit From Community Help

April 19, 2015 Jennifer Flanders, Chautauqua Striders youth and family advocate, recently spoke with Fletcher Elementary School student. more »»

Fletcher Elementary School Third-Graders Are Award-Winning Playwrights

April 19, 2015 Tristin Abers and Abrielle Monaghan, Fletcher Elementary School third-graders, were recently named award-winning playwrights from the 2015 Young Playwright Festival. more »»

Students Count

April 5, 2015 “Today, we are going to sort our bears,” said Terry Smith, Bush Elementary School universal prekindergarten (UPK) teacher. more »»

Bush Paraprofessionals Give Mornings A Positive Spin

April 5, 2015 Arts and crafts, playtime, bingo, games and movies in the library are just a few of the fun activities in which Bush Elementary School students can participate during mornings before school, thanks... more »»



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