JCUE Monday Memo

October 19, 2020

Dear Families and Community Members:

We are excited to begin the Second Nine Weeks academic grading period today. The First Nine Weeks report card grades were available online Thursday, October 15, 2020. To request a hard copy, please call the office.

Today marks the beginning of our new learning modes- hybrid and virtual learning. New schedules were emailed to all students. Virtual students will log in daily for instruction with the schedule according to their last name. Hybrid students will report to campus twice per week and log in twice per week for online instruction from home. A schedule with their Cohort and group number was emailed last week. Friday is an assessment day for all students. The schedule will be emailed this week.

Some of our scholars have been identified for intervention and will be notified through email by their ELA and/or Math teacher. If your child has been identified, it is important that he or she logs in daily for instruction. Inclusion students are required to log in daily for tutorial.


Ms. Carter

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Progress Towards Meeting Attendance Goals

Student Attendance Goal: 95%

September Student Attendance: 88.42%

Teacher Attendance Goal: 95%

September Teacher Attendance: 99.25%

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1st Encase Benchmark Proficient Scholars

Tayshaun Fells, Akierrehs Grandberry, Aniyah Rankin, Omarian Bradley, Amos Griffin, Jaleece White, Chazmyn Robertson, Jade Davis, Jaydah Ellis, I'kira Stampley, Anthony Bee, Aiden Malone, Toranisha Buie, Kydree Nelson, Christian Stamps, Jaida Williams, Jamiya Herrington, Zyria Earls-Buckles, Javen Hutcherson, Keri Sanders, Israel Trunell, Charlie Queen, Demetrius Randolph, Nicoya Tenner, Anthony Bee, Kaliah Dyer, Preston Harris, Chazmyn Robertson, Zyren Bradford, Devonta Hunter, Mackenzie Logan, Cameron Davis, Tristan Jackson, and Charlie Queen.

Helpful Information/Tips for Parents


  • Excuses for missed days should be emailed to the school secretary within three days of the absence by the parent or guardian.
  • Any technical issues with scholars logging into class which may cause a day of missed instruction should be emailed to the teacher and school secretary by the parent or guardian.
  • When students miss instruction due to internet connectivity, they must complete and submit the assignment in the instructional packet by Monday of the following week to remove the absent mark. Instructional packets are posted in Canvas weekly and available on the district website. A printed copy can be requested by calling the school office.
  • Teacher meeting IDS, passwords, and links are the same (no changes). Call the front office or email the school secretary if you need the information again.
  • Students should log in or attend all required classes daily for the entire period.

Student District Email

The students' district email accounts are Google (Gmail) accounts. Parents you are encouraged to add your child's account to your personal device to keep up with all information between the student and school.


Jefferson County Upper Elementary School communicates with parents and students through the following means-

  • Parent Phone Calls
  • Student District Email
  • Monday Memo
  • Remind
  • Facebook Page- Jefferson County Upper Elementary
  • Active Parent Messages
  • School Website- www.jcpsd.net/upperelementary

The Upper Elementary team is here for support and you are encouraged to contact us for assistance as we work together this school year.

Teamwork, Collaboration, and Success

Jefferson County Upper Elementary School

Ms. Cashoney Carter, Principal | Ext. 300 | cacarter@jcpsd.net

Ms. Ophelia Rowan, Secretary | Ext. 301 | orowan@jcpsd.net

Mrs. Gretchen Carter, Counselor | Ext. 302 | gstampley@jcpsd.net