From the Principal

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Thank you for visiting our webpage. We hope you will find usual information here. For even more information about our school, you can also access our Facebook, Twitter, Youtube, and Instragram pages by using the link on the right side of your screen. Jesse Boyd Elementary School makes it our mission to educate young people to become lifelong learners and productive community members through a challenging and supportive environment which promotes academic excellence, confidence and creativity. We do this by working on achieving three main goals: becoming a model IB school, becoming a model reader’s and writer’s workshop school, and becoming a model school for innovation in the use of technology in the classroom. We can’t wait to see what is in store for us at JBE in 2016-2017!
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Strength. Hope. Love. That’s Spartanburg.

Strength. Hope. Love. That’s Spartanburg.
Dr. Martin Luther King Jr wrote, “Love is the most durable power in the world…Love is creative and redemptive. Love builds up and unites.” Every year our community comes together to honor and reflect on the words and purpose of Dr. King’s life during the City of Spartanburg’s Unity Week Celebration. This year’s celebration featured free events - a community walk, a day of service, and an evening unity celebration. District 7 was proud to support Unity Week.
Superintendent Russell Booker delivered greetings at the Mayor’s Unity Breakfast and McCracken student Corrine Bowden’s artwork was emblazoned on event t-shirts and banners telling the story of the powerful transforming forces of hope and love. MORE
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The Principal’s Page

The Principal’s Page
Our principal, Dr. Meredith Rose, sends our newsletter home via email very often. The newsletter is completed using the website S’more. Unfortunately, many email addresses block the S’more page and when it is emailed to you it is never received. This is particular to ymail and yahoo accounts. Due to this issue, we will keep the web address here for all of the Principal Page newsletters that are sent out this year. Click read more to find the link to each of the newsletters.
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Dates Coming Soon

January 16th : No School- Martin Luther King, Jr. holiday

January 17th : Family Game Night 5:30pm

January 24th: 2nd grade Fine Arts Night-6pm

January 26th: Top Dog grades 3-5

February 2nd: Progress Reports go home

February 6th: IB Lunch and Learn 12pm-1pm

February 6th: PTSO meeting-1pm

Seussical the Musical, Jr.

Seussical the Musical, Jr.

The Jesse Boyd musical production staff is super excited to produce the 2017 school wide musical– Seussical the Musical, Jr. on March 2nd-March 4th.

UPCOMING REHEARSALS

January 5th and 10th

ALL CAST MEMBERS- 2:30-4:30

CAST A

January 17th- 2:30-4:30

January 24th- 2:30-4:30

January 31st - 2:30-4:30

February 7th- 2:30-4:30

Cast B

January 19th- 2:30-4:30

January 26th- 2:30-4:30

February 2nd- 2:30-4:30

February 9th- 2:30-4:30

ALL CAST MEMBERS

February 14th- 2:30-4:30

February 16th- 2:30-4:30

February 21st- 2:30-5:00

February 23rd- 2:30-5:00

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GOING FOR GOLD at JBE

GOING FOR GOLD at JBE
Each year at Jesse Boyd our students work very hard to achieve more than is expected of them. They do this by completing task beyond their classwork and homework because a JBE student is someone who does more than is expected. 91% of JBE students earned their racing status last year. We are so proud of our students and how you showed grit and perseverance. This year our students will become GOLD MEDAL Olympians. Why is our theme the Olympics? Of course this year we are having the Summer Olympics, but more importantly Olympic athletes show so many of the IB Learner Profile attributes and IB attitudes that we try as IB learners to exemplify each and every day:
Curiosity
Principled
Risk-takers
Caring
Communicators
Enthusiasm
Creativity
Integrity
Cooperation
Confidence
Inquirers
Thinkers
Appreciation
Reflection
Olympians also show great commitment to their goal. They practice every day and get better and better as they #goforgold. Olympians also understand that sometimes you have to go slow to go fast and our students will learn all about that while they go through the curriculum. The other component of being an gold medal winner is team work. For example an Olympian can’t earn gold without the coach, teammates, sponsors, fans, and family supporting his/her efforts. Our students will learn to use their communication skills and learn to collaborate along the way. We are super excited about watching our students become Olympians as they #GOFORGOLD.
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