Neon paint + blacklights + creative kids = best art class ever. 👏🏻🎨 Thanks to Artists in the Schools, students at @jenksei had a blast getting to create their fluorescent masterpieces! A big thank you to the @jenksfoundation for providing the opportunity for our students to participate in this fun program!
No big deal…just the Tulsa Symphony Carnegie Hall Link Up program teaming up with JPS fourth graders and elders from @gracelivingctrs! They rocked the house during their performance today at the @jenkshs PAC. A HUGE thank you to the @tulsa_symphony and @carnegiehall for providing our students with the incredible opportunity to not only learn from, but perform with, some of the most talented musicians in the industry!
THANK YOU VOTERS! Two separate bond proposals totaling $12.49 million have been overwhelmingly approved! JPS voters have now passed 56 of the last 57 bond issues. Thank you for your support. Thank you for your trust. Our schools and our students could not succeed without you. http://www.jenksps.org/vnews/display.v/ART/5e43629ae7af8
An amazing morning spent at Southeast Elementary during Dr. Butterfield’s site visit. Trojans got to show off their math and reading skills, creative abilities, and infectious energy! Some students even got to see some of Dr. Butterfield’s cheer skills 👏🏻👀 Thank you for a great time, @jenkssee!
YOUR VOTE MATTERS ✔️ Polls are open until 7 p.m.
ONE DAY AWAY! Do not forget to get out and vote tomorrow for the 2020 Jenks Public Schools Bond Election. Polls are open from 7 a.m. to 7 p.m. For more information about what bond dollars provide for our District, please visit https://www.jps2020bond.com/?fbclid=IwAR2jM-bt0o_QKzKxqKvQCtxmdGgc-bqOI8Jctbfl5M_DpobJKxgfnmMK74E. Your vote matters.
Putting pen to paper and signing letters of intent today to take their athletic skills to the collegiate level! A HUGE congratulations to these Trojans! We are so proud of all of you. #ForeverATrojan Jake Lamar (Baseball, Oklahoma Christian University), Will Cox (Football, Davidson College), Bo Estes (Football, Northeastern Oklahoma A&M College), Maximus Johnson (Football, Northeastern Oklahoma A&M College), Justin Murphy (Football, Northeastern Oklahoma A&M College), James Pruitt (Football, Northeastern Oklahoma A&M College), Matthew Wofford (Football, Worchester Polytechnic Institute), Jaxson Humphry (Football, William Penn University), Keegan Helms (Soccer, Illinois Institute of Technology), Tara Hall (Softball, Northeastern Oklahoma A&M College), Bailey Tilley (Track and Field, University of Oklahoma), Kylie Rathbun (Volleyball, Rose-Hulman Institute of Technology), Emma Rhodes (Volleyball, Tabor College), Sydney Williams (Volleyball, Southwestern Christian University), Thatcher Hall (Wrestling, University of Oklahoma)
Does it matter? You decide.
Jenks Public Schools will be CLOSED tomorrow, Thursday, February 6, due to dropping temperatures and possible hazardous road conditions. ALL JPS sites are closed tomorrow.