PB&J and Milk Day Assistant Principal Amy Robinson shared a story with Mrs. Rentz's First Grade Class. Jones Wheat Elementary school level winners for the Young Georgia Authors writing contest
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Jayci White - Kindergarten, Kayla Hand - First Grade, Autumn Wiggins - Second Grade, Isabella Sykes - Third Grade, Kate Johnson - Fourth Grade Read Across America Week The Cast and Crew of Willy Wonka! Spelling Bee Champions! 3rd Place Ineicia Florence, 1st Place Mary Claire Killough, 2nd Place Abby Grubbs The Bainbridge Yuletide Jubilee BHS Cheerleader Haley Helms enjoyed reading to our Pre-K classes. Mrs. Smith's Pre-K Class Mrs. Rentz' Class STEM Solar Oven Project - Ms. Kelly's 3rd Grade Class

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It is our goal at Jones-Wheat to provide a warm, caring and nurturing environment for parents, students and staff members. We believe that stability is a major factor for the success for all individuals. Parents are always welcome and encouraged to visit our school to take an active part in their education. We are proud to say that our students are successful meeting the academic challenges ...

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Autumn Wiggins -SWGA RESA Young GA Authors 2nd grade winner!

JWE would like to congratulate Autumn Wiggins 

SWGA RESA Young GA Authors 2nd grade winner! 

Autumn Wiggins

Mrs. Theresa Newsome, JWE Parent Volunteer of the Year

Congratulations to Mrs. Theresa Newsome for being chosen as the JWE Parent Volunteer of the Year

Parent Volunteer of the Year

 

PB&J and Milk Day

National Peanut Day Celebrated At Jones-Wheat Elementary

  

          March 15, 2017, declared as National Peanut Butter and Jelly Day, was celebrated by the students at Jones-Wheat Elementary School.  Georgia Department of Agriculture Commissioner Gary Black encouraged all schools in the state to educate their students on the importance of one of Georgia’s top commodities- peanuts.  Local Farmer Kevin Rentz along with Eric Floyd, a Rentz Family Farms employee and JWE parent, visited the school to share information about the peanut with the students.  Students watched a video on peanut production and harvesting as well as a video on the making of peanut butter. Mr. Rentz then answered questions asked by the students.  After the program, the students went outside to view a peanut picker and a peanut wagon belonging to the Rentz Family Farms.                

          As a part of the day’s celebration, the Kevin Rentz Family presented the Jones-Wheat Elementary library with copies of three books in memory of the late Mitchell May, former Decatur County Extension Agent who, before losing his battle with cancer, was a very vital part of the agriculture community in Decatur County. Mr. May’s sister-in-law, Mrs. Karen May accepted the books for the library on behalf of the May family.  The Georgia Peanut Commission presented the book “PB and J Hooray” to the school.  Mr. Martin Bius, Decatur County Young Farmers Teacher and Decatur County School Nutrition Director Mrs. Debbie Purcell also participated in the program.

 

PB&J Day

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