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blue paw.jpgMeeting to discuss NEW Esther Jackson school design

Our school is hosting a special meeting on November 10 @ 6:30 p.m. to give an update on our new school's proposed design and features. As you may know, EJES is scheduled to close at the end of this school year and will be torn down to make way for construction of the new building on our same site. For next year only, our students and staff will temporarily move to the new school being built on Highway 9 in Roswell.

Once the new Esther Jackson is finished in August 2016, we will transition back to our current original location, where we'll be in a brand new building! Please join us November 10 to learn more about the new school.

blue paw.jpgRedistricting meetings set for new school additions

There are two remaining community meetings set for November 5, and December 10 to address the redistricting process for two new schools in Roswell as well as classroom additions at three North Fulton middle schools. ​ For more information on how this will effect EJES click here or visit the FCS website - Redistricting Page​. ​ 

blue paw.jpgVisitor/Volunteer Procedures

We welcome visitors and volunteers to our school! Many procedures have been put into place by our school district to ensure the safety of all students when a visitor or volunteer is on campus. Sometimes these processes can seem cumbersome, but we appreciate your patience in helping us maintain our number one focus; the safety of our children!



Class of 2014
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2014 Valedictorians and Salutatorians

blue paw.jpgCharter School Information

Fulton County Schools' charter system status officially began on July 1, 2012. As a charter system, the district is well positioned to drive system-wide gains in student achievement by unleashing the innovative energies of our local school leaders and their communities. Please take a moment to view this video and white paper to learn more about the exciting work that is happening through Fulton County's charter system status! As one of the schools in Cohort 3, Esther Jackson is beginning the process of creating our own charter to better meet the needs of our community of learners.

Charter System News Update!!  8.29.2014

The election of parents/guardians and teachers for the School Governance Councils at Cohort 3 schools will be held November 12th - 18th. The candidate declaration period for SGC elections will open on Wednesday, September 3rd. Interested parents/guardians and teachers at Cohort 3 schools must submit the appropriate Candidacy Declaration Form to the district by October 15th at 5:00 pm. Visit the  School Governance Council Elections webpage, which houses the Candidacy Declaration forms and additional information on School Governance Council elections.


Principal: Jennifer Cassidy

Assistant Principal: Beth Poole


School Hours 7:40 a.m. - 2:20 pm


10/20/2014 12:00 AM   ITBS Testing Grades 3-5 
10/27/2014 12:00 AM   Red Ribbon Week 
11/5/2014 12:00 AM   Mystery Reader Day 
11/5/2014 7:00 PM   Redistricting Meeting - Round 2 
11/7/2014 7:30 AM   FALL STEM DAY 
11/10/2014 6:30 PM   EJES New School Design MeetingNew 
11/13/2014 4:00 PM   Spirit Night @ SkyZone  
11/13/2014 6:00 PM   Talent Show 
11/15/2014 8:00 AM   FCS Services for Exceptional Children Department Parent University New 
11/17/2014 12:00 AM   Bookfair Week 
Mon-Thurs 7:20 am - 3pm
Friday 7:20 am - 2 pm
(More Events...)


 Student Mission Statement

EJ Education ​Foundation 



 October 23, 2014 - English

October 23, 2014 - Spanish


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Click on link above to see a list of parent workshops available here at EJES and across the district.

 Northeast Learning Community News:


Centennial High School 

Holcomb Bridge Middle School​ 




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