Monthly Archives: April 2012
First grade students have been studying rainforests in their classrooms and in science lab during the month of April.
For their service project this year, fourth grade students visited Emeritus Assisted Living Facility.
To cap off a great year, the JCDS Dance Team recently competed at the Cheersport Cheer and Dance Competition.
Preprimary students have been collecting silver pop-tabs all year to give to the Ronald McDonald House (RMH) in May.
According to Ruthanne Stabler, director of curriculum at JCDS, “Fifth grade science is at a different level this year.”
We want to give a big thank you to the more than 400 grandparents and special guests who joined us for our annual Grandparents’ Day celebration.
Alex C. recently wrote this impressive poem about the defeat of the Hessians by troops led by George Washington in the Revolutionary War:
What do turtles in the sand, birds of prey, hedgehogs, bright shape drawings, Georgia O’Keeffe pastels, Jacksonville skyscrapers, perched clay birds, foil washed still life drawings, purple cats with crowns, and Andy Warhol portraits have in common?
JCDS is proud to have completed our first year of the International Math Olympiads program!