Focusing on Student Success

    The E. E. Jeter staff believes that:

    All students are unique individuals who are capable of learning. Each student is a valued individual with unique physical,

    social, emotional, and intellectual needs which are met through integrated teaching strategies. Educators, parents, students,

    and community members share the responsibility of developing policies to support the school’s mission. Mutual respect,

    cooperation, decision-making, and acceptance of responsibility among educators, parents, and students will create a

    nurturing, safe, clean environment that enhances learning. 

    If students remain actively involved in innovative, challenging, and success-oriented learning experiences, all will have an

    opportunity to reach their maximum potential and make appropriate decisions given a supportive and challenging

    environment. Students learn to make appropriate decisions given a supportive and challenging environment promoted by

    parents, educators, and the community. 

    Cultural diversity provides an opportunity to increase students' understanding and awareness of ethnical differences. 

    Technology skills play an integral part in lifelong learning experiences. Finally, it is our belief that educators will continually

    assess instructional practices to ensure that they reflect the changes of society and prepare students for their futures.





    The mission of E.E. Jeter K-8 School is to promote the academic, 

    physical, emotional and social development of each child in order to prepare him or her to become a responsible citizen.

  • E. E. JETER K-8 School


    PTSA (Parent Teacher Student Association)

    Meet the Teacher Night

    Family Basketball Night

    Family Bowling Night

    Fine Arts Night

    Literacy Night

    Band 5-8

    Choir 5-8

    Library K-8

    Music K-4

    Visual Art K-8

    Christmas Program

    Winter Concert

    Veterans Day Program

    K-8 P.E.

    Boys & Girls Basketball





    K-8 Author, Book, or Genre Studies

    Art Club

    Beta Club

    Book Club

    Chess Club

    Career Day

    Field Day

    National Library Week 

    Red Ribbon Week

    Space Week

    Student Council

    Volunteer Recognition Luncheon

    CLUE (Gifted Classes)

    Guidance Program

    Special Education Classes

    Accelerated Reader


    Book Fairs

    Spelling Bee