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​Nikol Boyd named as new Principal for EJES

Boyd-243TEA-JB1RM12.jpgMy name is Nikol Boyd, and I am honored to serve as the principal of Esther Jackson Elementary.  I am excited and privileged to begin my next educational experience working side-by-side with a talented staff, devoted parents, and supportive community.  I am truly impressed by the positive school culture and dedication to student growth that are so apparent at Esther Jackson. The steady gains in student achievement over recent years are a testament to the outstanding work of our students, teachers, and parents, and I look forward to coming alongside the community as we continue on our path to excellence.​

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Visitor and Volunteer Information

As you know, Fulton County Schools believes in a safe and nurturing environment for all students and staff. All schools are equipped with a visitor management system called "Raptor." Visitors register in the building at the time of arrival, and their information is checked against state/national sex offender databases as well as local school police databases. Please have your identification available when registering for the first time. Please be sure to sign in using the Raptor system located in the lobby.

All school volunteers will need to be trained in our Child Abuse Reporting Protocol prior to volunteering at EJES.  To complete the online training, please visit our web-site at  www.estherjackson.org. Click on the Parent tab and then click on the Volunteering link. This process takes 48 hours to process, so please complete at least 48 hours ahead of your volunteer time. Your ID will be required the first time you volunteer. ​

blue paw.jpgEsther Jackson Elementary wins school grant to support summer reading

Keeping kids reading during the summer is often a challenge of inclination, but for some students, it’s a challenge of access. For some kids, they read less during the summer because they don’t have reading and learning materials easily accessible. Johns Hopkins researchers found that the “reading achievement gap can be explained by unequal access to summer learning opportunities during elementary school.”

Esther Jackson Elementary decided to do something about the dip in reading progress during summer vacations. They started Project SOAR (Summer of Accelerated Reading) to expand the literacy focus they strive for into a year-round effort. Project SOAR will combat summertime reading regression with increased reading opportunities, including providing access to reading materials to students as well as parent training resources and meetings.

This grant will allow us to create a community of readers in a supportive environment away from the classroom.” -Jennifer Cassidy, Esther Jackson Elementary principal.

“We are thrilled that we have received a grant to fund a summer-slide prevention reading program,” says Jennifer Cassidy, principal of Esther Jackson Elementary.

Project SOAR has received a $7,000 Innovation Fund Tiny Grant to establish a reading program at the River Crossing apartment complex, home to nearly 130 Fulton County students. There will be a library in the leasing office and weekly lessons with teachers. All student residents will have access to reading materials and lessons, and parents will be able to take advantage of their own training materials to support their children’s summer learning efforts.

Innovation Fund Tiny Grants, awarded by the Governor’s Office of Student Achievement (GOSA), provide traditional public schools, charter schools, and school districts between $1,000 and $7,000 to implement innovative projects that deeply engage students and have a large and lasting impact on the academic environment.​


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 Principal: Nikol Boyd

Assistant Principal: Beth Poole

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​​August 16, 2018 

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The purpose of this video(click on photo above) is to provide parents with a basic tutorial of the most commonly used elementary apps in the Launchpad portal of Fulton County Schools.

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8/17/2018 7:30 PM PTA Family Movie Night 
9/3/2018 12:00 AM Labor Day - No School 
9/6/2018 5:30 PM Title 1 Meeting  
9/6/2018 6:00 PM Curriculum Night for PreK-2nd  
9/6/2018 7:00 PM Curriculum Night for 3rd-5th 
9/14/2018 7:10 AM PTA Donuts with Dad 
9/28/2018 12:00 AM Fall Picture Day 
10/5/2018 12:00 AM Teacher Work Day - No School for Students 
10/8/2018 12:00 AM Columbus Day - No School 
10/12/2018 12:00 AM Centennial High School Homecoming 
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Welcome to Esther Jackson!  Click on the Jaguar paw print​ above to take a tour of Esther Jackson! 

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


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