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JCMS Online Store Shop Online

Jackson County Middle School is excited to offer an online shop for school related gear and merchandise. Purchases from this online shop support JCMS! (JCMS does not own, operate, nor guarantee any items purchased.) Thank you for your support!

Click here to shop our store and support our school!

 

Book Club Book Club

The Book Club will meet on Thursday, October 26, starting at 5:00PM. The meeting will take place in the school's library.

JCMS Outperforms Goal on K-PREP! K-PREP

Jackson County Middle School is happy to share with the community that it has reached a milestone in its performance on the statewide assessment, K-PREP. During the May 2017 administration of K-PREP, all grades and students at JCMS participated. Today, the Kentucky Department of Education has released the results of that assessment.

The 2017 K-PREP score showed significant gains in all areas. The largest area of growth was in the area of Gap Reduction. Gap Reduction from 2016 to 2017 showed gains of 46.4%. Novice Reduction was also an area of growth of 10.4% between the two assessment years.

In comparing the two years, the school showed a significant gain in its overall score of 20.5% on K-PREP. At 60.3%, the school exceeded its projected goal of 52% by 8.3%.

Congratulations to students and staff for a fantastic result on the 2017 K-PREP assessment! We wll strive to make more gains on the 2018 assessment!

Science Department Participates in Embedded PD PIMSER

JCMS science teachers, Mrs. Tina Singletary, Mr. Rob Thomas, and Mr. Daniel Muncy, participated in the district's embedded professional development (PD) opportunity. The Partnership Institute for Math and Science Education Reform (PIMSER) PD was conducted at the Jackson County Central Office Administration Building on Thursday, September 21.

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