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Let Girls Learn Fundraiser

Dear Friends, Family, and Community Members:

Thanks to you, we raised over 3,000 dollars this year for The 7th Grader Fundraiser “Let Girls Learn.” In the past three years, the middle school has raised almost 8,000 for equal education and veterans’ rights.  Thank you for coming together as a community to help others and support such important causes.
Please see the attached letter to view “thank yous” from all the 7th graders.
On January 6th, let’s have our community come together for the rights of women and girls. Please wear your shirt and join our challenge.  Write a letter, email, or text to a girl or woman in your life encouraging them to be the best they can be.  Let January 6th be the day of the girl!
Sincerly,

Mrs. Hackett

Jenkintown Students At UPENN

2016 Delaware Valley Consortium for Equity and Excellence Leadership Conference

We are so happy and proud that Jenkintown High School students Aviv Jackson, Justin Biggs, Gabby Jackmon, Yusra Ali, Isabella Kennebrae, Lauren Biggs, Corren Kennebrae, Joshua Jackson, and Jamail Khan are representing our school at the 2016 Delaware Valley Consortium for Equity and Excellence Leadership Conference that is being held today at the University of Pennsylvania.

JSD Receives U.S. Green Ribbon Schools Award

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Pa. state Rep. Steve McCarter recognizes officials and students from the Jenkintown School District on their U.S. Green Ribbon Schools award, which are given to schools and colleges that show a commitment to promoting healthy schools within the Commonwealth with minimal impacts on our environment and promote sustainability literacy of all students.