Red Ribbon Week
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Jefferson Elementary will be celebrating Red Ribbon Week October 26th-30th.

Monday - I am too Smart to do Drugs! Wear your Jefferson or College Gear.

Tuesday - Drugs are Scary! Say Boo to Drugs! Wear your Halloween Costume.

Wednesday - From Head to Toe I am Drug Free! Wear your Crazy Hair and Socks.

Thursday - I'm too Tough to do Drugs! Wear your Pink or Green Camo.

Friday - Super Heroes don't do Drugs! Dress like your Favorite Superhero or Create your Own.

Reflections 2015
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Kids would you like to show off your talent? This years Reflection theme is Let Your Imagination Fly. Entries from all grades and abilities are welcome. There are various categories to choose from which are Dance Choreography, Film Production, Literature, Music Composition, Photography and Visual Arts. Rules and entry forms may be picked up at Jefferson Elementary in the office. All entries are due by November 9, 2015.

Communities in Schools
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If children have their basic needs met, they are more likely to succeed in school. Shown here is Amy Strege, Communities in Schools (CIS) site coordinator at Jefferson Elementary, as she helps a student select a new pair of shoes. "Amy and CIS take care of us from head to toes," says Jefferson principal Bobbi Buttars.

Supplemental Educational Services
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Would you like to find out if your child is eligible for free tutoring services? If so please make sure to check out the documents below and get your application in by October 16th, 2015.

Raise The Flag
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Some of our students at Jefferson recently got a chance to be on the news! KVEW TV was here to film classes saying the pledge of allegiance. You can click on the link below to see the video.

New Jefferson Elementary Coming in 2018
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Families at Jefferson Elementary School will have to wait a few more years for scheduled improvements, but they'll end up getting a whole new school instead of just a new wing. The Richland School Board gave consensus Tuesday night to rebuild the school as part of the district's $98 million bond approved by voters two years ago. Only the 1953 wing was originally set for replacement.