Jasper Middle School

Makin' It Happen!

HELP SUPPORT FAMILIES IN OUR COMMUNITY BY DONATING TO THE FILL-A-STOCKING PROGRAM

JMS Homerooms are still collecting donations for Fill-A-Stocking. The Fill-A-Stocking program helps provide Christmas presents for over 1,000 children in Pickens County.

All donations are due by Thursday, December 10, 2015.

See below for a list of items being collected.


6th Grade

  • Baby Doll/Accessories

  • “Play” Make-up

  • Stuffed Animals

  • Kitchen Set/Play Food

  • Train Set

  • Remote Control Car/Truck

  • Hot Wheels Cars/Racetrack

  • Barbie/Fashion Doll

7th Grade

  • Action Figures

  • Basketball

  • Football

  • Baseball/Glove/Bat

  • Softball/Glove/Bat

  • Soccer Ball

  • Fishing Gear

  • Puzzles

8th Grade
  • Gloves/Scarf/Hat

  • Books

  • Board Games

  • Legos/Mega Blocks

  • Coloring Books/Crayons

  • Arts & Crafts

  • Hand-held Electronic Games

  • Card Games


**If you or someone you know needs assistance with Christmas, please visit www.jasperlions.com or contact your counselor, Whitney Hancock, at 706-253-1760 for application information.

VOTE FOR DECEMBER TEACHER OF THE MONTH!!!

Monday – Thursday on:

www.jaspermid.pickens.ga.us


(under “news and announcements” section - you must have your google drive ID and password to vote)

ORDER YOUR YEARBOOK NOW FOR ONLY $35!

Prices will be going up soon! See Mrs. Naples for order information, or click here to order online.

DAUGHTERS OF THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION ESSAY CONTEST WINNERS FOR PICKENS COUNTY

7th grade: Kayden Payne

8th grade: Eduardo Valdovinos

"JINGLE JAM" School Dance Sponsored by PTO

Friday, Dec. 11th, 3:45-5:30pm

JMS Gym

$1.00 Tickets on sale during lunch (your ticket is your bracelet)!

Students should be picked up in the back parking lot at 5:30.

CHRISTMAS DRESS UP WEEK (DECEMBER 14-18) SPONSORED BY STUDENT COUNCIL

MONDAY (Dec. 14): Santa Day – wear Santa hats/Santa attire

TUESDAY (Dec. 15): Family Christmas Photo Day – wear flannels/ “family” photos will be taken in cafeteria with friends in front of green screen

WEDNESDAY (Dec. 16): Snow Day – wear all white or snow day attire

THURSDAY (Dec. 17): Ugly Christmas Sweater Day – enough said

FRIDAY (Dec. 18): Christmas Morning – wear your pj’s day!

CONGRATULATIONS TO OUR STUDENTS AND ATHLETES OF THE WEEK!

Week of November 30th: Conor Browning, Madison Bail, Jonathan Dunn, Paloma Barron, Josh Cook, Alyssa Jones, Chloe Walker and Nate Grace.


Week of December 7th: Logan Dean, Gracie Watkins, Lily Simmons, Landon VanSant, Dallas McHale, Hannah Landreneau, Owen Moss, and Reagan Harwood.

PLEASE COME OUT TO SUPPORT OUR STUDENTS IN THEIR VARIOUS ACTIVITIES THIS TIME OF YEAR!

UPCOMING EVENTS

Monday, December 7

3:45pm - Beginning Band Practice

4:30pm - Basketball v. Dawson (boys- away; girls- home)

Tuesday, December 8

5:00pm - Wrestling v Gilmer @ PHS

7:00pm - 6th Grade Chorus Concert @ Mt. Zion

Wednesday, December 9

5:00pm - Wrestling @ Creekview

7:40am - Beta Club Meeting

Thursday, December 10

9:00am - White Christmas

6:00pm - FFA Toys for Tots Roller Skate Night

6:30pm - Board Meeting

Friday, December 11

3:45pm - PTO "Jingle Jam" Dance

Saturday, December 12

9:00am - Wrestling AWL Dual Championship @ White Co.

Monday, December 14 - 18

Science Fair

Christmas Dress Up Week Sponsored by Student Council

Tuesday, December 15

7:00pm - Holiday Band Concert @ PHS

Wednesday, December 16

5:00pm - Wrestling v Fannin & Towns @ PHS

Thursday, December 17

7:00pm - 7th/8th Grade Chorus Concert @ Mt Zion

Friday, December 18

PJ Day

Saturday, December 19

9:00 - Wrestling AWL Traditional Tournament @ White Co.

KEEP UP WITH JMS BY VISITING OUR WEBSITE AND FACEBOOK

Our Mission

Joining Mind and Spirit to ensure academic success, social responsibility, and graduation for all. "Our goal is that all students will work not only to meet academic expectations, but that they will strive to exceed expectations."

Our Vision

The vision of Jasper Middle School, in cooperation with all stakeholders, is to commit ourselves to developing critical thinkers and lifelong learners through a rigorous curriculum, high expectations, and positive character development in a safe and nurturing environment.

Our Beliefs

  • Devoted educators actively support students, family, and community to help prepare students to be positive contributors to society through preparation for future challenges and societal demands.
  • All students can learn.
  • Communication through the spoken and written word is essential to the success of all students.
  • Education and learning is a shared responsibility that takes place in the home, school, and community.
  • Each and every student must be prepared for an ever-changing and technologically driven society.
  • Positive behavior supports lead to greater success.
  • All stakeholders are accountable for improving student achievement.