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Get a Haircut & Support JMS Track!

Ladies and Gentlemen, children of all ages, help support Jefferson Track and Field by looking fresh! Get your haircut at Jayz Barbershop on the Boulevard right here in Caldwell. Jay will be graciously donating the proceeds from all haircuts on Tuesday March 28th and April 6th from 5-7 p.m. to the Jefferson Track and Field Team. This is the second year Jay has helped with this unique fundraising project. Many thanks to Jay and the community that participated last year but let's make this year's event more successful than last year by getting your haircut at Jayz. You are invited to make an appointment or just drop in from 5 to 7 o'clock pm on either March 28th or April 6th. Please help strengthen our wonderful Track and Field program with the cost of a haircut. If interested please ask your teacher for contact information provided so you and your parents can participate in something you are already going to do...get a haircut.
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Easter Grab Bags Are Coming!

Grab bags will be here for Easter!! Sales will start on April 10th and we will sell them until April 14th or until they are sold out. They are still $2.00 each. So during spring break, earn some extra cash so you can get your grab bag while they last!
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Author C.W. Tressif Visits JMS!

Fiction adventure author C.W. Tressif made a guest appearance on the campus of Jefferson Middle School on March 22nd to speak to the students about his new book series, The Oracle. Tressif's series is a seven book set that is based on "real places and substantiated theories" that both "entertain and educate." Many of the students were excited about the books and purchased autographed copies. The library also received a set of the books from Mrs. Demshar, who generously donated the series to the school. Special thanks to Mr. Rehder for arranging the assembly for our students and to Mrs. Demshar for contributing to the library collection!
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E-Day at Boise State Opportunity!

Boise State is hosting the annual e-Day camp for students in 7th - 10th grades on Saturday, April 1, 2017. There will be current engineering students from the Society of Hispanic Professional Engineers club who will mentor and facilitate three hands-on activities. Participants will also be able to attend the FIRST Robotics Competition in the Taco Bell Arena in the afternoon. Register on-line or with the attached registration form Apply by March 17

Summer Stem Camps Teach Students to Build a Drone!

Summer science camps are being offered in June at nearby high schools through the Stem Bus/Stem Revolution programs. One camp will focus on drones. Drone technology is revolutionizing everyday life and projected to be a multibillion-dollar industry over the next ten years. Campers will form entrepreneurial teams to learn about aerodynamics and build their own drone. They’ll develop flight safety and operational skills, plan search and rescue missions, and even collect aerial imagery! Drone racing through an obstacle course and flying using First Person View (FPV) goggles provides an even more immersive experience. There are several other camp curriculums to choose from, such as arduino laser tag and virtual reality gaming! Follow the link to find out more information!


Mount Moriah Lodge is once again sponsoring a reading contest for the students at Jefferson! Two 7" Kindle Fires are up for grabs in each grade level (for a total of six awards school wide). They are also including cases for the Kindles, screen protectors, and $20 gift cards so that the winner can purchase some downloadable reading materials! More information will be posted soon as the contest will run through mid-May.
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About Jefferson Middle School

The Caldwell School District Board of Trustees adopts, revises and amends the policies that guide the public education of Caldwell students. All policies established by the Board of Trustees must be consistent with the laws covering public education in the State of Idaho and the United States and must follow guidelines established by the Idaho Legislature and State Board of Education.
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