Jessie Clark Middle School
"Keep reading ... It's one of the most marvelous adventures that anyone can have" (Lloyd Alexander). Whether your summer plans include traveling near and far or staying right at home, READING needs to be a part of your summer adventure! Students who will be attending Jessie Clark Middle School during the upcoming 2016-2017 school year must read at least one book from the approved lists this summer and complete the appropriate grade-level activity. The attached documents have been shared with students and must be used as a resource to guide your summer reading adventures. Your teachers look forward to discussing what you've read and starting projects when we return in August!
The Jessie Clark track team competed against the 10 other middle schools in Fayette County on Monday. By the end of the evening the Boys track team held the 1st place trophy in the air by scoring 148 points...the next highest team was 21 points behind. Some of the highlights were...
4 by 800 relay of Musen, Leggas, Curtsinger and Adkins got 2nd.
4 by 400 relay of Lawson, Musen, J. Johnson, and Combs got 1st...setting a new county record
4 by 200 relay of Lawson, J. Johnson, Cooper, and Combs got 1st
4 by 100 relay of Kikumoto, Stepp, Anderson, and Jones got 4th
Austin Anderson got 2nd in long jump, and 1st in triple jump...which was good enough to set a new Jessie Clark record.
Kaimonee Cooper got 1st in the 100 meter hurdles, 2nd in the 300 meter hurdles and 3rd in the 200 dash
Jimmie Johnson got 3rd in the 100 dash and 1st in the 300 hurdles setting a new school record.
Skyelar Johnson placed 1st in the high jump.
Blake Jones placed 5th in the 100 hurdles, 5th in the long jump, and 3rd in the triple jump
Jaylen Lawson 5th in the 200 and 4th in the 400 dash.
Brandon Little got 8th in Shot put.
Cole Lockhart got 4th in the Shot put.
Daniel Musen got 3rd in the 800.
Brett Painter got 7th in the 2 mile run.
Tyler Vittitow got 4th in the 2 mile run.
JCMS STLP WINS State Championship
Jessie M. Clark Middle School is proud to announce our Student Technology Leadership Program took the top prize at the Kentucky STLP State Championship. Victor Y, Joe M, and Cole M. Received the Dave Sigler Award for the Best Overall Technical Project at the 2016 Kentucky STLP State Championship. In addition, Emma R, Caleb J, Simon, H and Jorden H received the Best Showcase in Group for their project. Ana N also took her project to level II judging. Please join us in congratulating these students on their success. Victor, Joe and Cole will be representing Jessie Clark this summer as their present at the International Society of Technology Educators Conference This summer during the last week in June.
JCMS Track Breaks Two Records Out of the Box
Two Jessie Clark Track Records were broken last night at Tates Creek High School. The Boys 4x100 meter relay which was set in 2013 was broken last night by Jaylen Lawson, Jimmie Johnson, Daisuke Kikumoto, and John Combs in a time of 48.22 seconds. The second record broken last night was a record that dates back to 2006 in Long Jump. The new long jump record is now held by Mikaleb Coffey with a jump of 17ft 9in.
3rd Annual Family Literacy Night
Jessie Clark will be hosting our third annual Family Literacy Night on Thursday, April 28th from 5:30-7:00. Teachers and community members will host booths with activities and information about the value of literacy for our students and families. Food will be provided. There will be small booth prizes and large raffles prizes. We hope everyone can join us for this fun event!
Student Drop Off Map
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2015-2016 School Improvement Plan
Select the link below to view a copy of Jessie M. Clark Middle School's Comprehensive School Improvement Plan (CSIP).
We have been asked to remind parents and others not to park in the business parking lot across the street from Jessie Clark Middle School. This is a private place of business and they would appreciate our support and cooperation.
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