|U.S. Department of Defense Education Activity (DoDEA), Domestic Dependent Elementary and Secondary Schools (DDESS)|
Principal: Ms. Linda Shelton
Asst. Prin.: Ms. April Ennis
Phone: (931) 431-6211
Fax: (931) 431-4453
675 Mississippi Avenue
Fort Campbell, KY 42223
Office: 7:30 am - 4:00 pm
Tuesday early release at 2:10 pm
Monday and Wednesday - Friday
Grades K-5: 8:30 am to 3:15 pm
News and Announcements
DoDEA Mission: Educate, Engage, Empower each student to succeed in a dynamic world........
DoDEA Vision: To be among the world's leaders in education, enriching the lives of military-connected students and the communities in which they live......
Jackson Vision: Prepared......Productive..... Proud....
April - Month Of The Military Child
From deployments to frequent moves, military children face unique challenges that most youth their age do not experience. In an effort to recognize and applaud the courage of military children, the Department of Defense in 1986 deemed April as Month of the Military Child. The Month of the Military Child (MOMC) observance is an opportunity to thank children for their support to their military Family and recognize the importance of their role in strengthening the military Family. MOMC gives leaders a chance to reaffirm their commitment to the Total Army Strong initiative which ensures excellence in schools, childcare and youth services and a strong supportive environment and quality of life programming in which children can thrive.
Month of the Military Child Activities
Quilt Donation-Each Year all of our kids, supervised by our art teacher Ms T, put together quilts to be donated to Fisher House here on post. Fisher House provides a temporary "home away from home" where military families can be close to a loved one receiving medical treatment at Blanchfield Army Community Hospital (and other local hospitals) for an illness or injury.
4th Grade Movies 5th Grade Movies
During the 2014-2015 School Year, 4th and 5th grade students participated in STEAM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Art, and Mathematics). Using Photoshop, Pixie, and Photostory programs, students worked with their classmates to produce movies. Students from 4th grade classes based their movies on Reader's Theater stories form their reading series. Fifth grade students in rooms wrote their own screenplays.
Have a question for your PTO? You can email them here: Jacksons.PTO@gmail.com
Every child is entitled to feel safe in the classroom, in the hallway and on playgrounds and buses. Bullying interferes with a student's ability to learn. All of us, teachers, administrators, students and parents, must work together to eliminate unacceptable bullying and harassing behavior. Together we can make our schools safe places to learn, grow and thrive. Visit our Stop Bullying Now website for more informationabout DoDEA's committed to providing all students with a safe and supportive learning environment.
School attendance is important. Students need to Be Here to receive the best education. DoDEA is implementing a system-wide attendance policy for students in DoDEA schools throughout the world. This new policy is consistent with those found in many public schools throughout the United States. Read more . . .
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