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Mission Statement

The mission of Jewett School of the Arts is to provide all participants in our learning community with the resources needed to become responsible, life-long learners committed to excellence in the academics and the arts.

"Home of the Jaguars"
Vision Statement

The Vision of Jewett School of the Arts is to provide the pathway for faculty, staff, parents and community to cultivate, through communication, a sense of ownership, spirit and pride in the school. Not only must students be prepared academically; they must be fostered with a sense of cultural awareness which includes an appreciation of the arts, acceptance of diversity, and the community.

Latest News

Principal's Message

Celebrate Black History Month!

Open Enrollment - Applications for Magnet and Choice Schools for the 2014-15 school year begins 8:00 a.m. Monday, January 27 and closes at 5:00 p.m. February 24.

STEAM School Information
New Magnet School Status
       
Summer Enrichment Program

 

12th Annual Dance Concert

May 21, 2014 at 6:30 PM in the Polk State College Theater

Tickets are $8.00 if bought online.

Any remaining tickets will be sold at the door for $10.00

Click here to buy tickets online.  www.seatyourself.biz/jewttschoolof thearts

Online sales end May 21, 2014 at 12:00 AM.

 

 

Lauren Cerati is our Teacher of the Year. Check out this article in 863 Magazine!

 

Purchase your 2014 Yearbook Now!  Click here!

Click here for: Free Tutoring 

2013-14  Early Release Days

2013-14  Dress Code and Order Forms

Classes for Parents

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Community Meetings

New Parent Orientation

August 5, 2013 Newsletter

We are looking at reinstating the PTSA and if you would like to be a board member, please contact Cheryl Petko at 291-5373.


Dates to remember....

Thursday, April 17 - Report Cards go home

Friday, April 18 - Holiday - No School

Monday, May 5 - Interim Reports go home

Monday, May 26 -  Memorial Day Holiday - No School

Thursday, June 5 - Last day for students


Click links below for information....

Standing Tall

Bullying Information and prevention for Parents, Guardians, and Caregivers

Student Bullying Resources


 Parents,

It is important that we all continue to learn about what the new Common Core Standards will entail and what we can do as educators and parents to support our students. Our goal is to assist the students in getting acclimated to the new standards. Please take a few minutes to review the links below.  The links consist of the various grade levels and a link to a Parents’ Guide about the Common Core.

                                                                      Michael Sears, JSA Principal

Elementary Links                                                               Middle School Links                                     

http://pta.org/files/K%20June20.pdf                                                       http://pta.org/files/6th%20Grade%20June20.pdf                              

http://pta.org/files/1st%20Grade%20June20.pdf                                  http://pta.org/files/7th%20Grade%20June20.pdf                            

http://pta.org/files/2nd%20Grade%20June20.pdf                                http://pta.org/files/8th%20Grade%20June20.pdf                           

http://pta.org/files/3rd%20Grade%20June20.pdf                                                             

http://pta.org/files/4th%20Grade%20June20.pdf

http://pta.org/files/5th%20Grade%20June20.pdf

 

http://www.cs.osceola.k12.fl.us/CommonCore/Parents_Guide_FAQs_Feb2011.pdf

 


Click here for the Parent Portal

MyPolkSchools Portal - Parents: Stop by the School and get your PIN

  • Online service needed to access grades

  • Use 1 login to view all of your students' grades, lunch accounts, immunization records and more...regardless of which school they attend.


 

Polk County School Board’s mission is
“To provide a high quality education for all students.”

The School Board of Polk County, Florida, prohibits any and all forms of discrimination and harassment based on race, color, sex, religion, national origin, marital status, age, homelessness, or disability or other basis prohibited by law in any of its programs, services, activities or employment.  To file concerns, you may contact the Office of Equity and Compliance in the Human Resources Services Division at 863.534.0513.

 

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