Every year, students enrolled in AP Physics at Jenks High School have an option to make a catapult. Launching occurs at the end of AP Testing and each catapult must launch a softball a minimum distance of 6 yards. Extra credit is offered for creativity, accuracy, and distance.
As another school year comes to a close, take a look inside the final edition of the Our Schools newsletter! Read favorite moments of teachers and principals, reflect on the lasting images from school sites, and most importantly, look to the future as our Trojan family prepares to tackle the changes and challenges together. Thank you to all students, teachers, administrators, staff members, parents, and patrons for a historic year of success and achievement at Jenks Public Schools! Click link in bio to view issue.
4th Grade Students at Jenks West Elementary, participated in a unit of inquiry called, Exhibition. Exhibition is a culminating experience for 4th grade students to apply the attitudes, skills and knowledge they have gained during their journey at West Elementary. Students engaged in a collaborative inquiry that involves them in identifying, investigating and offering solutions to real-life issues or problems. Topics are wide-ranging: homeless animals, pollution, bullying, poverty, etc.
More pics and perspective from Jenks High School graduation - link in bio. View the 108th Commencement through the lens of this slideshow to take a closer look at the reactions, emotions, and pure joy of the Class of 2017. Photos provided by @reaganrenfroephotography and Jenks Public Schools. Enjoy!
Tonight’s commencement ceremony for the Jenks High School Class of 2017 was an unforgettable event made up of thousands of moments and memories in celebration of one monumental milestone. Take a look at some of the most indelible images of the newest Jenks grads and be sure to tune into JPS social media tomorrow for more pictures and content. Congrats again to each and every one of our graduates and their families! Photos provided by @reaganrenfroephotography and Jenks Public Schools.
Welcome to the 2017 Jenks High School Graduation. Watch live now - facebook.com/jenksps
Tonight is THE night! We're so proud of everything the Class of 2017 has accomplished, the future is bright for every one of the 806 seniors who have reached the end of their Jenks journey! Be sure to share your favorite moments from graduation by using #jhsgrad17, and don't forget to tune into the live streaming video at www.facebook.com/jenksps
Only 3 days to graduation! We're sure none of our Jenks High School seniors have been counting the days or anything. Remember...the commencement ceremony begins at 7pm on Monday night, The Mabee Center doors open at 5:30pm. Please save only 2 seats per person and don't forget...if you can't make it, you can watch the whole thing live on Facebook at www.facebook.com/jenksps
Every year the fourth graders at Jenks Southeast Elementary study People of Purpose and then participate in a “Living Wax Museum.” Visitors walk around the museum and interact with the exhibits. So proud of all the hard work and planning these Trojans put into their projects.