This year’s theme for the American Library Association’s American Association of School Librarians division is “Because School Libraries Empower Students”. This month, readers and librarians across the country will focus on the ways in which school libraries transform learning. Follow or share #SLM17 on Twitter!
Stay tuned throughout the month of April as we share important information and facts about autism and people with autism. Need a great books that feature children with autism and their families? Here are a few suggestions from your school librarian: My Brother Charlie by Holly Robinson Peete (picture book) The London Eye Mystery by Siobhan […]
Tonight, March 31st, the Jamestown PTA is hosting family B-I-N-G-O night, beginning at 6:30pm. Light refreshments provided & prizes for the winners. For questions, contact email@example.com.
The cherry blossoms are in bloom outside and inside our school. Students in Ms. Clark and Ms. Gaynor’s art classes have brought these wonderful puffs of color indoors for us to enjoy.
Jamestown’s community of readers extends from our Pre-K classes to our moving-on-to-middle school fifth graders. Teachers and staff encourage students through classroom read-alouds, library visits, and modeling their own reading lives.
Students enjoyed creating Valentines during the month of February.
Students learn best while doing. The Jamestown Integrated Technology Coordinator shows students how to work with the iPads that can then be used to personalize self-paced learning.
Members of the Jamestown community greatly appreciate the parent volunteers who have worn bright yellow vests every morning this week as they have cooperated with our crossing guard, the Arlington Police, the safety patrols, and the Jamestown staff to help keep our children safe in the morning. Next week is Crossing Guard Appreciation Week. The […]
Please join us on Tuesday, February 7th for the February PTA Meeting at 7:00 pm in the Library. (Please note the earlier start time for this month only.)
Kindergarten students were inspired by the Ezra Jack Keats and his illustrations in The Snowy Day.