- Friday, January 30
- End of Quarter 2
- End of Semester 1
- Half Day (8-12) - Grading
- Monday, February 2
- School Board Meeting
- Wednesday, February 4
- One Hour Late Start (EXCEPT Lincoln and Avanti)
- Monday, February 9
- School Board Study Session
- Monday, February 16
- No School - Presidents' Day
- Tuesday, February 17
- No School - Mid Winter Break
- Thursday, February 19
- JAMS Parent/Student Information Meeting
- Monday, February 23
- School Board Meeting
Inclement Weather? Here's Where to Find Emergency Information
It’s getting to be that time of year when weather incidents can change school schedules. Click below to read our “Snow Bulletin” that includes information about how to find out if there’s a schedule change (page 1) AND snow bus routes (page 2).
JAMS 2015-16 Enrollment Process
Parents interested in starting the 2015-16 JAMS lottery enrollment process for their students are encouraged to attend a parent/student information meeting on Thursday, February 19th, 6:00 P.M. at Jefferson or on Tuesday, February 24th, 6:00 P.M. at Reeves. See the attached iinformation sheet for additional enrollment details.
Jefferson Handbook Online
Questions about Jefferson’s policies and procedures? Consult the latest edition of the Jefferson Handbook regularly available as a link under “About Us” on the webpage menu bar.
Middle School Choice Programs - Info Nights Jan. 19, 24
Will you have a student in grades 6, 7 or 8 in the 2015-16 school year? If so, are you interested in learning more about our optional programs? We invite you to attend one of our Middle School Choice Program nights:
- Thursday, Feb. 19 at Jefferson Middle School, 2200 Conger Ave. NW – 6 p.m.
- Tuesday, Feb. 24 at Reeves Middle School, 2200 Quince St. NE
At the events you will learn about four student options:
- Jefferson Accelerated Math and Science (JAMS) is an accelerated math and science program for studnets looking for an academic challenge;
- Alki at Reeves and MAP at Marshall are community-centered, multi-age programs that are open to students of all ability levels (both involve a high level of parent participation); and
- A new highly-capable Humanities program in all our middle schools.
Please join us!
State of the Schools
Olympia School District Superintendent Dick Cvitanich recently offered his annual “State of the Schools” report for OSD students, staff, parents and community members. We invite everyone to read this insightful overview of where we’re at as a school district. Here’s to a great 2015!
Safe Schools Alert
Safety is our top priority. SafeSchools Alert is a reporting system that allows students, staff, and parents to submit concerns to our administration in four different ways; phone, text, email or via the web. Anyone may easily report on bullying, harassment, alcohol/other drugs, vandalism or safety concerns through the SafeSchools Alert process. Tips may be submitted anonymously.
If you have questions, contact your school principal or the District Compliance Officer, Jeff Carpenter at (360) 596-8544.