GaDOE Parent Survey
The Georgia Parent Survey is modeled after the 24 question student survey. Parents may complete the survey using a personal computer, smartphone, or tablet. Parents who do not have access to the Internet may visit the school to complete the survey. All parents are encouraged to participate because the data will be used as part of the calculation of the School Climate Star Rating. Survey responses are anonymous, self-reported, and will be submitted directly to the Georgia Department of Education for analysis. If needed, parents may select the Spanish version within the survey. The survey link is posted below. Within the next few weeks, students will complete the survey at school.
Please join us for Parent Academy Night on Monday, March 16th at 6 PM in the Jasper Middle School cafeteria.
Students of the Month
Congratulations to the following students for being selected as Students of the Month. Pictured left to right: Tania Rivera, Jeremiah Johns, Levi West, River Becker, Eli Breen, Kendra Hill. Not pictured: Megan Poole and Wyatt Jones
Congratulations to the following JMS students for qualifying to participate in the National Geographic Geography Bee: Mabel Mercure, Zac Grizzle, Roman Mashburn, Luan Michau, Landon Williams, Kaela Kearney, Alivia Mcnamara, Noah Fields, Hayden Jones, Devin Shoemake, Ashlynn Bruce, and Joey Thurman. After many rounds of competition, Landon Williams earned 1st place and Devin Shoemake earned 2nd place.
Take part in a world-class .5K road race that starts at the Board of Education building and finishes at S. Main and Spring streets. We are running this short course, because any further is just too far! All proceeds will support Pickens County students attending Reinhardt University. The Shamrock Stroll includes a post-race party for the whole family. Live music featuring the Dashcrackers will keep runners moving and grooving. Coca-Cola will address any rehydration issues. A variety of food vendors will be serving up party fare.
The Scholastic Book Fair will be held March 2nd - March 6th.
Jasper Middle School Behavior Expectations
Dragons are on FIRE!
Friendly to all
Integrity in all we say and do
Respectful and Responsible
Engaged in Learning
Jasper Middle School Mission Statement
The mission of Jasper Middle School is to educate all students in a safe environment and to empower all to be lifelong learners and productive citizens.
Jasper Middle School Beliefs
- Students learn best when they are actively engaged and find relevance in what they are doing.
- An environment that is positive, loving, and safe leads to growth and learning.
- Partnerships with the school, parents, and other stakeholders lead to greater learning.
- Everyone should be treated with dignity and respect.
- Reaching all students where they are will help them learn, grow, and reach their potential.