JMS@DBRL this summer! Various JMS staff will be at Daniel Boone Regional Library this summer to talk with JMS students about books.
We will be wearing a JMS shirt and hanging by the YA section from 9:30-10:30am. We would love to talk to you about books and help you select another. We will be there on May 30, June 6 and 20, and July 18 and 26.
Jefferson Middle School first opened as Columbia's high school in 1911. The "new high school," built in 1911, was converted to Jefferson Junior High School in 1927 when David H. Hickman High School opened. In 2013 Jefferson Junior High School became Jefferson Middle School, becoming one of Columbia's six outstanding middle schools.
The mascot is the Cyclone.
School Vision: Jefferson Middle School will provide a challenging, caring, and stimulating environment where children will achieve their fullest potential.
School Mission: Jefferson Middle School students will be academically, technologically, and socially prepared for high school.
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