October 18, 2018 RSS feed / Education

Community Parent Night at JHS auditorium to address Internet safety for children

The city of Jackson and the Clarke County Board of Education are partnering to provide parents of Clarke County with valuable information on Internet safety. A community parent night will be conducted Monday, Oct. 22 at 6 p.m. More...

September Students of the Month

Fifth-grade students at Jackson Intermediate School chosen as September Students of the Month are, front, (L-R):Ivy Criswell, Ke’Andreia Sloan, Zamya Rivers and Damian Taylor; back: Emma Spence, John More...

JHS students help fight hunger

In the annual Beat Thomasville/Beat Hunger food drive Jackson High School students collected more than 1,500 non perishable food items for the Salvation Army. More...

Know your school’s satisfactory academic progress standards

One important phrase in the language of student aid is satisfactory academic progress, or SAP, according to KHEAA–Alabama.  All colleges that award federal student aid must have SAP standards. More...

Don’t hide from your bills

Money tips for students

If you’re having trouble paying a bill, contact the company immediately to work out a payment plan. Whatever you do, don’t ignore letters and calls from your creditors, according to KHEAA–Alabama.  More...