Welcome to East Elementary!

  • Here at East Elementary, we aim to create a challenging learning environment that encourages high expectations for student success.

     

    We promote a safe, orderly, caring, and supportive environment, where each student is valued for their individual differences. We have a great team of administrators, teachers, and staff who work hard to care for and nurture your student while they are here. Read more about what makes our school unique!

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  • Spring Pictures

     

    Spring Picture orders are due April 3rd.

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    Out of Dress Code Days

    Students must bring $2.00 in order to participate in the out of dress code days. Please refer to the following guidelines:

    • No elastic waistbands
    • Shorts, skirts, and dress must be knee length
    • Shirts should be age appropriate length (waist length – not tank tops)
    • No inappropriate graphic t-shirts
    • No pajamas/house shoes/ flip flops
    • Button up shirts and blouses must not be revealing in any way
    • No hooded jackets

     

    Future out of dress code dates:

    March 21st, 2019

    April 4th, 2019

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    Read Across America Activites

    *You must remain in dress code each day - be creative!

    Monday, March 18th : Fox in Socks

    Wear crazy socks or mismatched socks

    Tuesday, March 19th : Green Eggs and Ham

    Wear a green accessory such as a ribbon or a watch

    Wednesday, March 20th : Cat in the Hat

    Wear your favorite hat

    Thursday, March 21st : Oh the Places You'll Go

    Wear your favorite college or profession sports shirt

    Friday, March 22nd : 1 Fish 2 Fish Red Fish Blue Fish

    Wear a red shirt and blue jeans or a Dr. Suess themed shirt

    *Story Parade will begin FRIDAY at 1:45. Students are encouraged to dress up as a favorite character from any story book for the parade. Be sure to bring the book or print the cover page. You must stay in dress code!

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  • JMCSS APP - Now Available for Free Download!

    JACKSON, Tenn. – Getting updates and information from the Jackson-Madison County School System is getting even easier.  The district has launched a new app that will make engaging with the district and its schools even more convenient for families and community members.

    The free app is available for Apple and Android devices through the App Store and Google Play by searching “JMCSS.”  During set up of the app, users can choose to follow specific schools to receive information from each campus as well as the district. The app also utilizes push alerts that will allow parents to get urgent notifications in a new way.

    “We hope by delivering information right to our families’ smartphones and tablets, we can increase communication and encourage participation in the learning process by everyone,” said Dr. Eric Jones, JMCSS superintendent.  “That includes our community members and area businesses who might be looking for ways to get involved or volunteer at our schools.”

    Along with urgent notifications and the latest news, the app provides a calendar, directory, school zoning details, and direct links to PowerSchool and Online Payments.  Users can also find answers to frequently asked questions, resources, board policies and meeting dates, and school menus.  JMCSS graduates can even request a transcript through the app.

    Users are encouraged to provide feedback through the app’s “Like our app?” link.  This will help JMCSS as it works to expand the options within the app in the future.

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Discover JMCSS

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    Welcome to Jackson, Tennessee! Home of Blue Suede Shoes, Rockabilly and great barbecue! Also, Jackson is home to the Jackson-Madison County School System. In 2016, our Jackson-Madison County Schools are home to over 13,000 students that speak over 17 languages from very diverse backgrounds. Our district is home to nine elementary schools, three K-8 schools, four middle schools, three traditional high schools, one magnet high school and one early college high school.


    Additionally, our district is also home to one Pre-K Center for the youngest citizens ages 2-4. Spend time visiting our school websites to see the unique educational offerings each school provides to the students of the Jackson-Madison County area.

     

    If you are new to our district, visit our Prospective Families page to learn more!

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