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JCAP students listen as the Trail Guide provides background of some wildlife species in Coastal Georgia.

Staff completes Summer Acellus Training in Kansas City, Missouri  at the Institute of Science and Technology.

Students learn the strategies of Chess

Oatland Wildlife Preserve Field Trip

Middle school Direct Instruction - Science Lesson on the Respiratory System

JCAP receives support from District Hearing Officer Mr. Choice and DJJ Officer Mr. Bonaparte.

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JCAP young scientist at work.

Summer Acellus Training with JCAP staff and Acellus Trainer

A game of Chess after lunch can be calming

Students enjoying the rewards of labor in the JCAP Garden

Superintendent Andrews  visits with JCAP Staff

JCAP looks forward to volunteering at the Animal Shelter for Friday Service Learning. 

JCSD Superintendent Andrews met with JCAP staff just in time to join the staff in celebrating Dr. Youmans' birthday.

Mr. Hazel, JCSD Board member, begins mentoring  with JCAP middle school boys.

Students and guests enjoy treats prepared from the JCAP Garden

Students walk shelter dogs during Service Learning.

Teachers and students create poster displaying the Presidential Election process.

Metal Art displayed at Institute of Science and Technology - Acellus Training Site

The game of Chess transitions to the classroom for  ELA and Mathematics.

Pulling sweet potatoes from the JCAP garden.

JCAP International teacher celebrates 1 year anniversary in the USA.

Scientific experiment gets slimed.  Students enjoyed creating the slime resulting from a very precise chemical reaction of elements.

Preparing salad from JCAP Garden

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2016-2017 Academic Calendar Revised

The Jasper County School District Superintendent and Board of Education hosted a Public Hearing to propose a revised 2016-2017 School Calendar. The revision is to recover instructional days lost due to Tropical Storm Hermine and Hurricane Matthew.
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