Jackson Primary School

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Upcoming Events

Stay in the know about what’s going on with our calendar of events. Join us and share our Millionaire pride!

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April
PSSA testing in English/Language arts for students in grades 3-8 will take place from April 15-26.
Start: 8:00 AM
April
Grades 3-8 Math & Science PSSA Testing, along with make-up testing, will take place from April 29-May 3.
Start: 8:00 AM
May
The School Board meets the first and third Tuesday of each month. Click "Learn More" to see additional upcoming meeting dates.
Start: 6:00 PM
May
No school for students on May 27 and 28. District offices will be closed on May 27.
Start: 8:00 AM
June
Last day of school and a half day for all students.
Start: 8:00 AM

Recent News

Stories and achievements about our students and staff doing amazing things in the classroom and community.

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Image for WASD School Board Recognizes Outstanding Students
The Williamsport Area School Board continued its annual Outstanding Student presentations tonight. The presentations honor students who exemplify academic excellence and school citizenship from the top grade at each building.
Image for WASD Once Again Among Nation's 'Best Communities for Music Education'
WASD has once again been recognized as one of the Best Communities for Music Education from The NAMM Foundation for its outstanding commitment to music education. This is the 17th time in 18 years that WASD has received the designation
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Coleen Genovese began as WASD's new elementary special education supervisor this week. Genovese comes to the district from the Benton Area School District, where she most recently served as its K-12 director of curriculum and instruction and director of grant writing and federal programs.
Image for Brandon Coleman Named WASD's New Supervisor of Pupil Transportation, School Safety
Mr. Brandon Coleman was recently named Supervisor of Pupil Transportation and School Safety at WASD. Coleman, who begins April 1, comes to WASD from Keystone Central School District, where he’s held the position of the district’s supervisor of police and transportation since 2009.
Image for Extensive Roadwork to Begin in Newberry on April 1
Please be advised that extensive roadwork will begin in the Newberry section of Williamsport beginning Monday, April 1, and is expected to last through the end of August. The construction work will have significant impact on travel.
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For a 30-hour period beginning at 6 p.m. on March 13, the community will have the chance to support the WASD Education Foundation by participating in the First Community Foundation Partnership of Pennsylvania’s Raise the Region online fundraising event.
Image for WASD Spring Newsletter Now Available
The district's spring newsletter is now available! Check out what's been happening, what's new, and read about what's in store for the season ahead!
Image for Kindergarten, New Student Registration Week Scheduled for March 18-22
WASD's kindergarten and new student enrollment week for the 2019-2020 school year is scheduled for March 18 through March 22 at the District Service Center. Registrations will be handled alphabetically by last name from 8:30 a.m. to 3:30 p.m.
Image for Over the Edge: Williamsport to Return This Fall
In collaboration with River Valley Regional YMCA and YWCA Northcentral PA, the WASD Education Foundation is pleased to announce the return of Over the Edge: Williamsport this fall. The event, scheduled for Saturday, Oct. 26, 2019, is a fundraising partnership between the three nonprofits.
Image for #TechTuesdays: Educational Technology in the Elementary Classroom
In five weekly installments, we've taken you inside our elementary classrooms to show our community how technology is being used to help enhance learning and instruction.
Image for WASD Students Honor School Board Members in Annual Recognition Ceremony
In recognition of Williamsport Area School Board members, students from across the district honored them for their service by presenting them with a brand-new book for installation in their respective school libraries. Each of the books is dedicated to the individual board member with a nameplate on the inside cover.
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Many choose to start off a new year with a resolution to be more active or plan to adopt a healthier lifestyle. Take a look inside our health and physical education department and learn how our team of educators work to teach and encourage that behavior to all our students all year round.
Image for YMCA Donates Holiday Gift Items for Students
Thanks to the generosity of River Valley Regional YMCA and its Executive Director Sonja Davy, some students in need will receive gifts this holiday season. Through its Angel Tree, the YMCA asked its members to purchase coats, backpacks, pants, socks, scarves and hats for students of all ages in the district.
Image for WASD's 2018 Year in Review
From advancing academic programs to district championships to celebrating alumni, WASD invites you to take a look back at its journey through 2018.
Image for Jackson Primary Sends Care Packages to Soldiers Overseas
Continuing its annual tradition, the Jackson Primary School community donated items for members of our soldiers overseas in Afghanistan. The care boxes were picked up this morning by Marine Corps League members Keith Miller and Mike Dunlap to begin their journey abroad.
Image for WASD Expands Safety Measures with 'Stop the Bleed' Training, Kits
In partnership with UPMC Susquehanna, WASD continues to train all district employees this year in the national Stop the Bleed initiative. Today, 16 Stop the Bleed kits, each containing eight individual kits, were delivered to the district for installation at each of its school buildings for public accessibility.
Image for 25 Winners Selected in WASD Education Foundation Holiday Essay Contest
The WASD Education Foundation recently concluded its annual Holiday Essay Contest, during which students in kindergarten through sixth grade were asked to answer, in 200 words or less: “What does the holiday season mean to you and why?”

Putting children on their path to success

From day one, we’ll be helping lend a hand to support and guide your child toward a successful future in school, exploring his or her interests and helping him or her find a career path that will provide opportunities to further develop your child's self-confidence and growth.

 

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A world of learning and opportunities awaits

Each child has a unique perspective on what he or she sees and experiences. We are excited to show your child the world and see it through his or her eyes. Apart from traditional subject areas like reading and math, students have an array of different things to learn about and experience in new and fun ways. Expression and learning go hand in hand, as we use art and music to develop various skills that will take your child on learning adventures far beyond school.