Inspirational speaker Dwight Owens told the story of his recovery from being horrifically injured by a drunk driver to our middle and upper school students. Owens challenged students to recognize the potential damage caused by using drugs or alcohol, including citing how his life was forever changed due to irresponsible drinking. He also encouraged students […]
No Track practice today, Thursday, February 13th. Go support your basketball teams. We will have practice Friday 7th period and after school. Shuttle will run from Administration horseshoe at 2:15 for 7th period and 3:15 after school. Practice Monday at 2:00. Contact Jason Williams with any questions – email@example.com
The Academic Resource Center at Jackson Academy supports the needs of exceptional students and those with learning diversity. JA is proud to announce its partnership with the DORE Program, an individualized, drug-free program that builds a foundation for learning and skill development through the use of practical exercises that improve the ability to learn, read, […]
[slideshow_deploy id=’6844′] From Elvis to Einstein, our third grade students came up with amazing costumes and props for Biography Day. Each student reads about a famous person, then dresses in an outfit depicting their subject. They parade throughout the Lower School so the other students can join in on the fun.
Track practice ofﬁcially begins on Feb. 10. for those not participating in a JA winter sport. We will be practicing Monday through Friday weather permitting at the track at Raider Park. Any practice adjustments or cancellations will be communicated through text, email, and the JA Track news page that can be found on the JA […]
The last Simulation Saturday planned for the 2014-15 school year at Jackson Academy is April 11. Students with gifted aptitudes from JA and other schools have the opportunity to delve into the world of creation and explore new ways of thinking, maximizing the application of knowledge. Place: Jackson Academy Cafeteria Time: 9:00 a.m.-3:00 p.m. Cost: $75 per Saturday […]
[slideshow_deploy id=’6801′] Sixth grade students enjoyed a Mexican Fiesta Day where they experienced a taste of Mexican culture. The students made colorful paper flowers, ate chips and salsa, and did the Mexican hat dance. This was a fun way to reinforce some of the things they are studying in Social Studies.