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OUR VISION AND MISSION

Thomas Jefferson Elementary


The vision of the Jefferson Community is to provide the best educational program to ensure academic success for every child.


Our mission is to ensure student achievement through the implementation of research-based best practices.

We will:

  • Provide an environment that creates positive self-worth.
  • Provide an enriching academic environment that engages students in learning and results in improved academic performance.
  • Provide opportunities to be independent thinkers and life-long learners.

RECENT NEWS

Testing Season is Approaching...........

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ISTEP + Testing

  April 17th - April 28th 


NWEA Testing 

May 8th - May 19th 


Testing Tips:

1. Be sure your children are present every day and all day for ISTEP testing.

2. It is important for students to be well rested during testing. Please have your child to bed early during ISTEP testing so they can achieve their optimal performance level.

3. Students need a good dinner the night before and a good breakfast for the added thinking power and energy required to take the test. Make sure they eat before they leave for school in the morning.

4. Encourage your child to do their best. Let them know you will be proud of them whatever they score… as long as they try to do their very best! 



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Chess

We are proud of our 6th and under Chess Team who came in 8th place out of 52 teams in the State Championship.  We are also proud of  our 3rd and under Chess Team who came in 15th out off 55 teams in the State Championship!  Way to go Jefferson!


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