Coronavirus and School Network Concerns
Due to coronavirus concerns, students will not be returning to school for the rest of the 2019-2020 School Year. Governor Kay Ivey issued this statement outlining alternate methods of instruction set to begin April 6, 2020. We will post additional information as it becomes available.
Please pardon our progress, we are currently upgrading our network and server systems to better protect against cyber attacks. Please follow us on the Jasper City Schools Facebook page for updates and announcements.
We urge you to stay safe by following recommendations put forth by public health officials regarding coronavirus.
ALSDE Data Center - Enrollment Reports
JCS Student Incident Report (2017-2018)
JCS Student Incident Report (2018-2019)
JCS Student Incident Report (January, 2020)
Student Achievement Reports
Jasper City Schools' Assessment Results - ALSDE Data Center - Click on this link to see all available state assessment results.
Information on the A-F Report Card - ALSDE Memo
The report cards can be viewed at: https://ap.alsde.edu/accountability/atof
Alabama State Report Card -Communications Toolkit
ALSDE Assessment Reporting System- State and district reports for state assessments.
ACT Profile Report - Score comparison from 2014-2018
ACT Aspire Report - 2017 Report (Grades 3-8 & 10)
Assessment Materials for Educators & Parents
Alabama ACT State Testing Website - for information on the ACT Assessments
ACT Plus Writing Administered to 11th Grade Students
ACT WorkKeys Administered to 12th Grade Students
Scantron Performance Series - State Assessment Administered to 3rd - 8th Grade Students
AAA -Alabama Alternate Assessment
The Alabama Alternate Assessment is designed for special education students whose Individualized Education Program (IEP) teams determine that the students will not participate in the regular student testing program. Students with significant cognitive disabilities must be taught and tested using grade level Alabama Extended Standards. The Body of Evidence includes a variety of products that illustrate student achievement on each Alabama Extended Standard for the grade level of enrollment. A Body of Evidence often includes actual student work, captioned photographs, videotapes, audiotapes, data charts, and graphs.
ACCESS 2.0- Assessing Comprehension and Communication in English State to State for English Language Learners
The Assessing Comprehension and Communication in English State to State for English Language Learners is a standards-based, criterion referenced English language proficiency test designed to measure English language learners' social and academic proficiency in English. It assesses social and instructional English as well as the language associated with language arts.
This test has six main purposes:
The Jasper City Board Of Education and the district's five schools (T.R. Simmons Elementary, Memorial Park Elementary, Maddox Intermediate School, Jasper Junior High School and Jasper High School) remain in compliance with EPA’s Asbestos Hazard Emergency Response Act of 1986. The district conducts three-year re-inspections in accordance with EPA’s AHERA Act. Six-month periodic surveillance and the training of employees will continue.
No asbestos abatement activities have been conducted at any facilities (T.R. Simmons Elementary, Memorial Park Elementary, Maddox Intermediate School, Jasper Junior High School and Jasper High School) in the Jasper City School System within the past 12 months.
The asbestos management plans are on file at Central Office and at each individual school. Plans are available for review during normal business hours. Individuals with questions may contact Central Office at (205) 384-6880.