J-H Middle School Recognized as a 2022 “Comeback Campus”

On Friday, April 14, 2023, Dr. Brumley, State Superintendent of the Louisiana Department of Education recognized Jonesboro-Hodge Middle School (JHMS) for being a 2022 “Comeback Campus” in the area of English, Language & Arts.

A “Comeback Campus” is one that has shown an increase in the percentage of students scoring Mastery and above on the statewide assessment and a decrease in the percentage of students scoring Unsatisfactory on the statewide assessment.

JHMS is the second school in the Jackson Parish School District to received “Comeback Campus” designation following Quitman High School being recognized earlier in the year. 

Pictured in photo (l-r) Mr. Dennis Clary – Jackson Parish School Board Member, Mrs. Mable Houston – 2021-2022 ELA Interventionist, Mr. Gerry Mims – Jackson Parish School Board Member, Mrs. Rachelle Mason – JHMS School Counselor, Mrs. Joia Crowe – JHMS Assistant Principal, Ms. Danielle Copeland – JHMS Principal (2021-22),
Mr. Brent Carpenter – JHMS Principal (2022-23), Dr. Cade Brumley – LDE State Superintendent, Mr. David Claxton – Jackson Parish Schools Superintendent

Students of the Week Selected

Each week select members of the administration and faculty of Jonesboro-Hodge Middle School choose a representative from the 6th, 7th, and 8th grades to be honored as Student of the Week. Those selected receive a certificate from the school as well as a Paws team member T-Shirt. The award winners are chosen by showing positive behavior and best exhibiting the PAWS principles throughout the school!

P – Prepare yourself
A – Act Respectfully
W – Work Together
S – Safety First)

JHMS Students of the Week:
6th Grade – A’Mijahan Jacobs
7th grade – Zamayah Lewis
8th grade – Oddyssey Brooks
(backrow) JHMS Principle Brent Carpenter

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