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Jefferson Middle School

3001 Allis St.
Springfield, IL 62703

Skyping with Lynda Mullaly Hunt!

Feb 12, 2019 On Friday, February 1st, World Read Aloud Day, a group of JMS students participated in a Skype session with author Lynda Mullaly Hunt. These students have read, or are currently reading Fish in a Tree with their literature teacher. After listening to Ms.
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JMS February Out of the Blue!

Feb 7, 2019 Twenty-eight JMS jaguars were rewarded for showing their PRIDE by being Prepared, Respectful, Involved, Disciplined, and Empathetic! Each student received JMS spirit wear, their favorite snack, a pencil pouch loaded with school supplies, and a favorite book.
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JMS January Student of the Month Breakfast

Jan 28, 2019 Congratulations to the JMS Jaguars who were selected by their teacher as a January 2019 Student of the Month!  
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JMS Students Attend Hockey Game

Jan 28, 2019 On December 13th, 47 JMS students were rewarded for their hard work in the classroom with a trip to a hockey game to see the Peoria Rivermen take on the Quad City Storm. Prior to attending, discussions were held on how hockey is related to STEM, Math and Science.
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JMS 2nd Quarter Honor Roll Breakfast

Jan 17, 2019 Congratulations to our 6th, 7th, & 8th grade 2nd quarter honor roll students! These students received donuts and juice this morning to celebrate this honor.
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East Side Pride and Hyundai donate coats to keep JMS students warm!!

Jan 14, 2019 Green Hyundai West and East Side Pride donated coats to JMS students as part of the yearly coat drive for Springfield youth! This is their 12th year of giving back! JMS is thankful for the donation and the establishments that provide.
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5Essentials Survey

Jan 3, 2019 Parents, The 5Essentials survey open date has been extended to Feb. 15, 2019. Please click on the link on the JMS homepage. 
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JMS Gold Club Mingle Lunch

Dec 19, 2018 Welcome to our Gold Club Mingle Lunch! Forty-eight 6th, 7th, and 8th grade students who are on "gold level" were randomly chosen to participate in Jefferson's first Gold Club Mingle Lunch.
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