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First Day of School - August 11th

2021-2022 student agenda

jump start day

Who: All incoming 6th grade Jets, any new student to JMS, or anyone who just wants to know where to go on the first day of school!

What: A guided tour of the school and grounds.

When: August 6th, 2021 - 1:00 PM to 2:30 PM

Please arrive by last names:

A - H - 1:00 PM

I - Q - 1:30 PM

R-Z - 2:00 PM

Where: Jefferson Middle School

Students: Please bring along your schedule which can be viewed in StudentVUE.

Parents: You will drop off your student in the loop (accessible from Girard). Please drive until the end of the loop to release your student (closer to Lomas). This is where you can also pick up your student when their tour is over.

Tours typically last 30 minutes.

Catch a ride if you can.

APS doesn’t have enough bus drivers to resume all routes, so it’s prioritizing transportation for students and areas with the highest needs. Walking groups and carpools are encouraged as safe options, and students can ride city buses for free. Please let your school know if you need help with transportation.

Meet Your Teachers! See below

Student Passwords

Forgot your password?
Call Tech Help Desk:
(505) 830-8080

GoGuardian Parent

Monitor and control your student's activity on the Chromebook.

Technology Tips for Students, Families - includes resources for remote learning and GoGuardian information.

GoGuardian Installation Directions

Internet - Wifi Info for Families

APS EdTech
Wi-Fi Connectivity, Internet, & Data

Comcast
To help connect more low-income families during this difficult time, Comcast is offering any new Internet Essentials customer two free months of Internet service, effective immediately. After the second month, customers are free to cancel their service or remain in the program as paying customers at the heavily discounted Internet Essentials Rate of $9.95 a month. Sign up for Internet Essentials online or call 1-855-846-8376. Spanish-only speakers can call 1-855-765-6995. Sign up for Internet Essentials Online

AVID Strategy for Learning 

Are you looking for an AVID strategy to help your child process something they are learning about right now?

Try an AVID D.L.I.Q. Learning Log.

Pick up a book, article, or magazine, watch a documentary or take a virtual visit to a museum. Your student can write about what they DID, what they LEARNED, what they found INTERESTING and what QUESTIONS they have. This is an effective way to write about and process something learned.

Encourage students to share their learning logs with their teachers!