| On behalf of the Board of Education, administration, faculty, staff, and students of the Massena Central School District, we wish all of our community and our school family a very Merry Christmas and the happiest of New Years. Enjoy the holiday with friends and family, and know that the precious moments spent together now are the stuff of future beautiful memories. With all of our best wishes for a full and bright year ahead! |
William H. Flynn
Interim Superintendent of Schools
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|A Day Made Better||Posted: Thursday, December 11 at 9:57 AM|
|Through the "A Day Made Better" program, associates from the Massena OfficeMax recently donated school supplies and other essential items for teachers and students to use at Jefferson Elementary. A Day Made Better rewards and recognizes exceptional primary school teachers across the country.|
Office Max associates pictured with Jefferson Elementary Principal Duane Richards and (Continued...)
|First Quarter Super Kids||Posted: Monday, December 1 at 7:58 AM|
|Jefferson Elementary is proud to present their First Quarter Super Kids.|
“Super Kid” awards are made for superior effort, outstanding citizenship, excellent academic work or substantial improvement in any of these areas.
Grade 4 Super Kids
Alorha Shantie, Chase Becht, Mason Pearson, Piper Auger, Aiden Fregoe
Chyler Richards, Isabella Durant, Logan Eggleston, Alayna (Continued...)
|St. Lawrence County Traffic Safety Newsletter||Posted: Tuesday, November 18 at 1:56 PM|
|Please find the latestSt. Lawrence County Traffic Safety Newsletterby clicking on the link here.|
|Jefferson Elementary Kindergarten Trip to Home Depot||Posted: Monday, October 27 at 3:01 PM|
Jefferson Elementary Kindergarten students recently enjoyed a walking field trip to Home Depot. With the assistance of their new friend, Ray, each student was able to assemble their own race car.
|Jefferson Garden Club||Posted: Monday, October 27 at 3:00 PM|
Jefferson Fourth Grade students Ethan Newcombe, Keely Bova, Elainie Closs, and Katelyn Deragon assist their teacher, Mrs. Diane Toth, in harvesting the tomatoes from the school garden. The garden was planted by last year's fourth graders who are now in grade five.
Jefferson fifth grade students, Felicity Engstrom and Jeanelle Burke, prepare some of the tomatoes and peppers harvested (Continued...)