Input Needed
The Jasper ISD Board of Trustees voted and signed a resolution to pursue the opportunity of developing an innovative plan for a District of Innovation on Monday, April 10, 2017.  The District of Innovation concept, passed by the 84th Legislative Session in House Bill 1842, gives traditional independent school districts most of the flexibilities available to Texas’ open-enrollment charter schools.  

 

There are several potential benefits of becoming a District of Innovation.  To seek feedback surrounding the needs of the students in Jasper ISD a survey link has been placed below.  This is another way to continue to provide a quality learning environment for every child.  The survey also includes two links to more information about an innovative district.   

 

Click HERE for the District of Innovation Survey.

 

This survey will remain open through May 3rd, 2017.

 

Thank you,  

Stacey Woolems, Executive Director Jasper Independent School District 

Curriculum / Instruction and Special Services

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Principal
Lydia Bean

 

 
Assistant Principal
   Natasha Simmons
   William Davis  

 

Principal's Secretary
    Jimell Powell

CTE Office
    Linda Teague


Receptionist
    Stacie Hanson

Attendance Clerk
    Jeanette Koehn  

Registrar
    Janetta Brewster
           

   
Career Tech Coordinator
   William Davis

Academic Counselors
    Jennifer Herrington
    Cameron Cammack  
  
At-Risk Counselor
    Rodney Herrington        
  
Nurse
   Jami Durham

Librarian
   Shonda Brown

Parent Liaison
    Jeff Hicks
    Janetta Brewster
    

 



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Student of the Week


The student of the week at Jasper High School is senior Gracie Roth. Gracie is Head Drum Major of the Jasper High School Band. She is a member of the National Honor Society and performs in the One-Act Play for theatre. Gracie also advanced to Region UIL in Headline Writing and Ready Writing. Mrs. O’Brien says, “She brings a sense of joyful learning to my classroom and to various events beyond the classroom every day. Gracie does not plan to pursue Science as a career, yet she took AP Biology and is doing well. She took the class to give herself a challenge, and she is one of the most participating and prepared students I have. When I ask questions of the class, it is often Gracie who at least will try to answer it. She is unafraid of having the wrong answer, knowing it is just an opportunity to learn. Mostly Gracie just makes my day a little better. She has an infectious smile and a loving, forgiving nature. She is patient with my mistakes and offers fellow students a hand when they need it. She plans to be a teacher. I am happy to have Gracie as a student and look forward to watching her adventures after high school. She will make us Bulldog Proud!” Gracie is the daughter of Ginger and Larry Roth.

 

 

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Athlete of the Week

Jasper High School is proud to honor junior Julianna Carter as the athlete of the week. Julie is a forward for the Jasper High School Varsity Lady Dog Soccer Team. She is also a member of the National Honor Society and works as a student aide in PELE. Julie is very involved with her church as well. She played in the 4-A Soccer Semifinal game in Georgetown. This was her third year to go to state with the soccer team. Julie is the daughter of Elizabeth and Chris Carter. 

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