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Jarrell Elementary School, 1615 CR 313, Jarrell, TX  76537  (512) 746-2170       Principal:  Jack Wilson, Assistant Principal:  Andrea David, Counselor:  Laura Buckley                    Welcome to Jarrell Elementary School website!     We strive to teach our students to be Prepared, Respectful, Involved, Determined and Encouraging.  Cougar PRIDE!!!   JES Motto:  Excellence...Everyday...No Exceptions!!!
Staff photo.

2017-2018 JES STAFF

Two girls arm in arm at Field Day.

Field Day buddies...Brooklyn and McKenna

JES staff dressed as their favorite Emoji for Halloween 2017.

 JES chose their favorite EMOJI for Halloween 2017

Four students dressed for Halloween...an astronaut, a princess, Spider Man, and a Paw Patrol.

Mrs. Baki's class celebrating Halloween!

Three students dressed for Halloween....Princess Belle, a cat, and The Flash

Three of Mrs. Baki's students ready for Halloween!

Three students eating snow cones at Field Day.

Lyla, Emma and Tanner enjoy snow cones at Field Day!

Kindergarten teachers dressed as fruit for Halloween 2017!

Kindergarten teachers make a CRAZY fruit salad for Halloween 2017!

Mrs. Trujillo and two students wearing Mexico Soccer jerseys during Red Ribbon Week.

Sebastian Palma, Mrs. Trujillo and Kevin Chavez support their favorite sports team during Red Ribbon Week!

Kindergartener's holding up huge letters reading COUGAR PRIDE.

Kindergarten Students show their COUGAR PRIDE!

Student laying on paw print rug.

Karis Brown thinks it's good to be a Jarrell Cougar!

1st grade teachers dressed as Snapchat characters for Halloween 2017

Halloween 2017 1st Grade Teachers

Photo of Mrs. Payne and Mrs. Concienne in Elementary office.

Mrs. Payne & Mrs. Concienne ready to assist!

4 Jarrell Elementary students with donations for Houston school following Hurricane Harvey.

Elementary students help Houston school affected by Hurricane Harvey!

Group of students with quilt made to honor ALGA volunteers.

Mrs. Buckley's students learn a lot about SERVICE and a little about quilting!

Four high school students with JES librarian displaying donated book.

JES Librarian, Jenni Nachtwey, receives book from High School students who attended Camp RYLA sponsored by the Sun City Rotary Club.

Mr. and Mrs. Lofland on behalf of their Sun City neighbors donate school supplies to JES!  Mr. Wilson and Mrs. David also pictured.

Mr. and Mrs. Lofland on behalf of their Sun City neighbors donate school supplies to JES!

Photo of four high school students who participated in camp.
Sun City Rotary sponsored 4 JHS students at Camp RYLA this past summer. Students attended the Rotary meeting today, where they shared their experiences. They then donated a book to JES library.
Color run action shot.

JES Color Run 2017

High school student working with JES student.
Mrs. Buckley with ALGA volunteers at Walmart distribution.

ALGA Ladies and Mrs. Buckley

High school student working with JES student.
Mrs. Green and Mrs. Dunnam.

Best Buddies....Mrs. Green & Mrs. Dunham

High School student working with JES student.
Five kindergarten students in library.

These now second graders were once Little Readers!

High school student and JES student playing Connect 4.

High School Mentor

Students with soldier in front of Humvee at Vehicle Day.

Vehicle Day

Nurse Kay Clayman with health donations.
Mad Hatters perform for JES students.

Mad Hatters Performance

Hover craft from Williamson Co. Sheriff's Dept. for Vehicle Day.

Williamson Co. Sheriff's Dept at Vehicle Day

Principal's Message

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COATS FOR KIDS Coat Drive

Clip art of lime green hooded childs coat.

We will be collecting gently used coats your children have outgrown to distribute to children having no winter coats. Please wash and send the coat(s) to school. On October 29th, children needing coats will be given the opportunity to chose one on the donated coats. Thanks for your help keeping our little ones warm this Winter. For more information contact our school counselor, Laura Buckley, via her email laura.buckley@jarrellisd.org. Flyer attached...

Birthday Celebrations at JES/Celebraciones de cumpleaños elementales de Jarrell

Birthday candles

Jarrell Elementary Birthday Celebrations

Parents are welcome on campus to celebrate their child’s birthday by bringing treats for the class to share. You may drop items off at the office or personally deliver to the classroom at the time of the celebration.

Only refreshments consisting of cake, cupcakes, cookies or donuts and water should be served. Please contact the office prior if you would like to make a suitable substitution of treats.

Please keep in mind that this is not to be considered the student’s birthday party. Gifts, balloons, party favors/goody bags and additional guests should not be a part of the classroom birthday celebration. In addition, siblings will not be able to leave their classrooms to attend.

Celebration time is limited and each grade level has selected a time for these festivities. Always contact your child’s teacher beforehand and arrive a few minutes prior to that time to check in at the office and receive a visitor’s badge. Any items brought beside the treat and water will be held in the office and picked up as you leave campus.

Our goal is to keep the celebrations at school simple as to not distract from the classroom routine and instructional time.

Thank you for your cooperation!

Celebraciones de cumpleaños elementales de Jarrell

Los padres son bienvenidos en el campus para celebrar el cumpleaños de su hijo trayendo una merienda para que la clase comparta. Puede dejar los artículos en la oficina o entregarlos personalmente en el salón de clases en el momento de la celebración.

Solamente se permitirá un pastel, magdalenas, galletas o donuts y agua deben ser servidos. Por favor, póngase en contacto con la oficina antes si desea hacer una sustitución adecuada.

Tenga en cuenta que esto no debe ser considerado la fiesta de cumpleaños del estudiante. Los regalos, los globos, y los bolsitas adicionales no deben ser parte de la celebración del cumpleaños del salón de clase. Además, los hermanos no podrán salir de sus aulas para asistir a otra aula.

El tiempo de celebración es limitado y cada nivel de grado ha seleccionado un tiempo para estas festividades. Siempre póngase en contacto con el maestro de su hijo de antemano y llegar unos minutos antes de ese momento para registrarse en la oficina y recibir una tarjeta de identificación del visitante. Cualquier artículo traído que no sea pastel y el agua se quedará en la oficina y recogido a medida que salgan de la escuela.

Nuestro objetivo es mantener las celebraciones en la escuela simple como para no distraer de la rutina de la clase y el tiempo de instrucción.

¡Gracias por su cooperación!

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