Class 6A Jasper High moved to No. 1 in this week’s AL.com’s high school volleyball rankings to mark the only change among top-ranked teams.It’s the first No. 1 volleyball ranking in school history for the Vikings.
Read about all the GREAT things going on in the Jasper City Schools!
Congratulations to Memorial Park Elementary School for their recognition as a Blue Ribbon School! The Blue Ribbon award is the highest national honor given by the U.S. Department of Education to a school.
Congratulations to the newest members of the ACT 30+ Club! Scoring a 30 or above puts these students in the top 95th percentile nationally for all students who took the ACT. They were recognized for this accomplishment at a Jasper City Schools' Board Meeting.
ENGLISH AS A SECOND LANGUAGE
Classes at St. Cecilia Catholic Church
2159 Hwy. 195, Jasper, AL 35503
Thursdays - 6:00 – 8:00 p.m.
Classes begin September 21, 2017
Call The Literacy Council at 205-326-1925 for more information.
This class is open to anyone who does not speak English as a first language.
Jasper High 11th grade students can take the PSAT/NMSQT for free this year! The PSAT is the College Board National Merit Scholarship Qualifying Test and will be administered at Jasper High School on Wednesday, October 11th. REGISTER NOW -- Registration closes at 3:30 p.m. on Tuesday, October 3rd at JHS!
Read about all the great things going on in the JCS schools in the Back to School Issue of the Superintendent's Newsletter.
Students at Maddox Intermediate will soon be getting a walking trail and a new playground! Blue Cross and Blue Shield awarded the school a $10,000.00 Healthy Schools Grant for the track. As a fund-raiser, students sold mums and earned over $22,000.00! Congrats Maddox students!
HIPPY (Home Instruction for Parents of Preschool Youngsters) Program is now available to parents in Jasper! Applications for the 2017-18 program are now being accepted (see attached).
JCS teachers and faculty members have been busy this week with orientations, professional development meetings and preparing for the first day of school with students.
JCS Start and End Times for the 2017-2018 School Year
2017-2018 Orientation Dates
The Jasper City Board of Education recently named Dr. Reeves the Principal of Jasper High School for the 2017-2018 school year.
The Jasper City School System had numerous accomplishments during the 2016-2017 school year. Read about all the great things happening in our schools!
The Walker High School senior class of 2017 opened the graduation ceremony by honoring Walker Assistant Principal Mr. Tommy Hobson. Each student carried a carnation which they laid on the remeberance table before the ceremony began.
One Jasper High School junior, Calen Stewart, earned a composite score of 36 on his ACT test — the highest composite score possible and something very few achieve. Stewart poses with his second place trophy from the 2017 Chess SuperNationals.
The Jasper City Schools were well represented at the recent State ACTE Technology Competition! West Jasper School came home with the most trophies with 12 students having 1st-3rd place finishes!
Read about all the great things going on in the Jasper City Schools!
Congrats to our Leadership Walker County Graduates -- Susan Chandler and Beth Kennedy!
Many thanks for all you two do for our district.
A "Hoppin" Good Time! Students at North Highland School enjoyed an Annual Easter Egg Hunt sponsored by the Jasper Pilot Club.
JCS students in grades 3 through 8 will take the ACT Aspire assessment next week. Mr. Sargent, Principal at West Jasper Elementary, came to school today prepared to show students how easy it is to "knock out this test" and do their best!
Lucy Fields Wins Second Grade APT Young Writers State Contest!
Alabama Public Television is pleased to announce the Alabama winners of the 2017 APT Young Writers Contest! The twelve winners will be honored at a special ceremony at the Alabama Book Festival on Saturday, April 22 at 2:00pm in Montgomery. The name of Lucy's story was The Left Out Fairy. Her story was about a fairy who was different from the other fairies. Two unicorns befriend the left out fairy and then she realizes how special she really is. Congratulations Lucy!
A school and community are in mourning after the sudden death of Walker High School's Assistant Principal, Mr. Tommy Lynn Hobson. There will be a special memorial service at Jasper High School tomorrow, March 28, 2017, at 6:00 p.m.
The Lady Viking's Softball Team is opening their new softball facility on Tuesday, March 14 with a ribbon-cutting ceremony. The Lady Vikings have their own on-campus field after years of playing its home games at Memorial Park.
Ribbon Cutting at 4:15 PM & Home Game at 4:30 PM
Pre-K and Kindergarten Registration for Jasper City Schools will be the week of May 1, 2017.
Students living withing the Jasper city limits should report to T.R. Simmons Elementary School for Pre-K and K registration.
All students living outside the Jasper city limits, but would like to apply to attend a city school, should report to the Jasper City Board of Education at 110 17th Street West between the hours of 8:00 am and 3:00 pm during the week of May 1-5, 2017.
Read about all the exciting things going on in the Jasper City Schools!
During the month of February, students in the Jasper City Schools participated in a variety of programs and activities to celebrate Black History Month.
Career and Technical Education Month was celebrated at the Jasper City Schools Board Meeting with a visit from students and faculty representing the Business Management and Administration, Health Science, Culinary Arts, Precision Machining, and the US Army JROTC.
Jasper City School students representing Memorial Park Elementary, T.R. Simmons Elementary, West Jasper Elementary and Maddox Middle School, competed in the West Central Regional Technology Team Fair on February 24th at Bevill State College in Fayette, Alabama. Approximately 75 students participated and over 50 of these students qualified with a first or second place finish to compete at the state level in Montgomery in a couple of weeks.
Mr. Terry Smith was recently named the Interim Principal at Walker High School. Mr. Smith has extensive experience as a teacher and an adminstrator in different Alabama schools. Most recently, he worked with the Hoover City Schools.
Maddox Middle School students stood motionless with their eyes staring straight ahead in the school library. The students weren’t in trouble, though, they were dressed up as wax statues of influential people throughout history.
Awesome sounds from the new choral room!! See what students are saying...
Walker's Encore Showchoir, under the direction of Mr. Garrett Lindsey, recently competed against other Alabama high school showchoir groups. In the Tier II division they were the GRAND CHAMPIONS!
Walker's Maddie Harrell won the Class 6A 60-meter hurdles during final day action at the AHSAA indoor track and field championships at the Birmingham Crossplex in Birmingham on Saturday, February 4th.
Sophomores at Walker High School were able to Job Shadow two of their top career choices.
Please read about all the great things going on in the Jasper City Schools!
BEST STUDENTS - BEST TEACHERS - BEST PARENTS & COMMUNITY!
Students celebrated the 100th day of school today, January 27th.
The annual National Honor Society sponsored Talent Show was held January 20 in the new Pam Brown Theater.
Congratulations to the students who competed today in the Jasper City Schools and Walker County Schools' Speilling Bee.
The administration, faculty, and staff of the Jasper City Schools salute the board members for their leadership and service to the Jasper City Schools.
TOP IN THE STATE! Recent school system rankings reflect that 10th grade Jasper City School students rank 4th in reading in the state and 11th in math.
The Library Media Center at Jasper High School is an exciting place to be. Check out what these students had to say...
The new Jasper High School has been buzzing with student excitement during the first week of school.. Students started classes in the new building on Wednesday, January 11th.
In compliance with the Alabama State Law (Alabama Accountability Act), the Jasper City School System would like to inform you of the December 2016 release of the A-F State Report Card.
Please go to the "Assessment and Accountability" link on the side of the JCS Home Page for more information.
Walker High School’s athletic training program was recently honored with its designation as a Safe Sport School from the National Athletic Trainers’ Association. The designation is made every three years, and this is the second straight time for Walker to be recognized. Pictured are, from left, Walker coach Brandi Hall, Jasper City Schools Superintendent Dr. Ann Jackson, Walker athletics director Jonathan Jordan, Walker athletic trainer Bob White and Walker principal Kenneth Abbott.
A ribbon cutting was held for the new Jasper High School on Thursday, December 8th, as city leaders and members of the school district celebrated the historic occasion.
The 8th grade drama class of Maddox Middle School presented Walt Disney's "Alice in Wonderland" on December 4th and 5th for community members, elementary students and their peers. It was an outstanding production once again put together by Tamara Matthews and Beth Able.
The new Jasper High School is near completion. We hope our community members will join us at our Open House!
Read about all the great things going on in the Jasper City School System.
Jasper City Schools recognized the school and system level teachers of the year. Their dedication and service to the students in our school system is truly appreciated!
Excitement building in our schools and community as we look to open our new high school! Read about all the great things going on in our schools!
The JCS Annual Report highlights our students and all the great things going on in our school system. Positive results are evident as we work as a TEAM with parents, students, faculty members, and community leaders. Together Everyone Achieves More!
Jasper City Schools recognize National School Bus Safety Week 2016. Jasper City Schools transport an estimate of 700 students daily. It is extremely important for students, parents, bus drivers and other drivers to be aware of School Bus Safety Tips. School Bus Safety Tips for Everyone brochures will be sent home this week.