The Jonesboro-Hodge Elementary School would like to recognize even more outstanding stakeholders. Presented are the Teacher of the Month Mary Bozeman, Support Staff Employee of the Month Miranda Duncan, and Student of the Month Ava Kohler.
Mrs. Bozeman’s tireless work ethic and can do attitude exemplify what it means to be a teacher at Jonesboro Hodge Elementary. She works over time without compensation to ensure that our students get the her best and that each has a chance to be successful. She embodies the PAWS mantra in mind body spirit and most importantly action!
Our support staff employee of the month Miranda Duncan would “Second That Emotion” to quote one of the terrific songs you might catch her performing as in addition to being a top notch educator, Ms. Duncan is a top notch singer. Just the same, Ms. Duncan puts the children first and works diligently and fruitfully to foster the education of some of the most at risk youths.
Last and certainly not least is Student of the Month, Ava Kohler, who is a Pre-Kindergartner at J-HES. Ava goes above and beyond and looks out for her fellow students. Ava was recognized not only by her teachers but her peers. Ava epitomizes the PAWS mantra:
P prepare yourself
A act respectfully
W work together
S safety first
Jonesboro Hodge Elementary is so lucky and blessed to have each of these young ladies as stakeholders in our school and on behalf of the Parent Teacher Organization and the PBIS team we would like to extend our heartfelt thanks and appreciation for each of them and their respective service.
J-HES completes first basketball season
No matter what else comes behind, there is only one first. If nothing else, that is what the boys and girls as well as their coaches will take from their recently completed season. They were the first basketball teams to represent Jonesboro-Hodge Elementary School.
For girls coach Kyana Jackson the opportunity to coach the girls was extra special and something that she will always remember.
“Its really a lot I could say about my girls, but I really want to thank their parents for allowing me to coach them basketball and teach them life skills that they can now take into the next chapter of their life,” quoted Jackson on her Facebook page. “They helped me make history into becoming the first to coach at JHES. They also allowed me to be raw and uncut which is what this generation needs because they are our future. We had a great first season and they fought hard every game. I know that they will go do great things and make me proud.”