Jones Valley Middle School

Rising to the Challenges of Our Lives

  • **UPDATE 6/26/20: SEE BELOW FOR IMPORTANT INFORMATION**

    Plans for next year:  To better understand your concerns and to plan for the upcoming school year in this unprecedented time, please complete this BCS STUDENT RETURN TO SCHOOL SURVEY and as always let us know if you have any questions.

    Registration for students returning to the SAME SCHOOL next year is now open!  Don't delay, update today!  Click here:  REGISTRATION 2020-2021

    Parents, please CLICK HERE to complete this short survey to support our Title I funding.

    ***WORK PACKETS: Please click HERE to access ALL BCS grade level work, including resources in Spanish.***CHECK YOUR TEACHERS' PAGES FOR IMPORTANT CONTACT AND ASSIGNMENT INFORMATION UNDER THE TEACHERS TAB ABOVE.

    Click Here to access our counselors' page and scroll down for tips on how to help your child transition to the next grade level and much more!

     

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    Communications During this Remote Learning Period

    Message from Mr. Hopkins, Principal:

    Thank you in advance for your understanding and patience. These precautions are being taken as safety measures to protect everyone.

    During the summer there will be someone in the office to answer phone calls from 9AM-11AM Mondays, Tuesdays, and Thursdays. Please call 231-1040 if you have questions or need to make request for records etc. Someone will take your message and route it to the appropriate school or district personnel. The office will be closed on Wednesdays and Fridays. The office will not be open to the public for physical exchange of information or documents (neither drop off or pickup). Please contact the following personnel for specific concerns:

    -Mr. Johnathan Borden (Counselor8th/7thGrade) jborden@bhm.k12.al.us

    -Mrs. Monica Williams (Counselor 6th/7thGrade) mwilliams19@bhm.k12.al.us

    Questions about enrollment/registration/records/student information:

    -Mrs. Elena Jackson (Head Secretary & Project Director) ejackson2@bhm.k12.al.us

    Help with Google Classroom and/or Moby Max log in:

    -Mrs. Kacey Davenport (Librarian/Media Specialist) kdavenport@bhm.k12.al.us

    Students' grade level teachers are an excellent source of information and should be contacted for all concerns related to instructional matters. Utilize our school website under the teacher tab to identify the teacher needed to assist you with your instructional questions or concerns.

    Click Here--Remote Learning Timeline

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    Click below for directions on how to access the following programs:

    READ 180

    System 44

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  • BCS Feeding Program Continues with New Partnership

     

    Birmingham City Schools is partnering with Kikstart, Inc. to continue providing meal service for our scholars starting Monday, April 13, 2020 and it will conclude on Friday, June 5, 2020.  Meals (breakfast and lunch) will be available Monday-Friday.  A schedule of times will be forthcoming.  

     

    The feeding program is open to anyone 18 years and younger and will be free of charge.  Students will be given breakfast and lunch.  In an effort to minimize contact and maintain social distancing, meals will be available by curbside pickup only.  

     

    Meals will be distributed at the following sites:

     

    Hudson K-8     3300 F. L. Shuttlesworth Drive Birmingham, AL 35207

     

    Huffman High   950 Springville Road

    Birmingham, Alabama 35215

     

    P.D. Jackson Olin High  1300 Avenue F. Ensley

    Birmingham, Alabama 35218

     

    A.H. Parker High   400 Rev. Abraham Woods, Jr., Birmingham, Alabama 35204

     

    Ramsay High    1800 13th Avenue South

    Birmingham, Alabama 35205

     

    Wenonah High   2800 Wilson Road

    Birmingham, Alabama 35221

     

    Woodlawn High  5620 1st Avenue North, Birmingham, Alabama 35212

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  • Our Purpose:
    To open the hearts and challenge the minds of all stakeholders of the Wenonah community.
     
    Our Mission:
    To establish a culture and climate in which all students can achieve academic and social excellence.
     
    Our Vision:
    To be a recognized leader in public education, meeting the needs of an urban student population prepared to succeed in a global society.
     
    Our Core Values:
    Respect, Excellence, Accountability, Compassion, Teamwork (REACT)
      
    We embody our purpose through our rigorous course offerings, compassionate faculty and staff, and deliberateness to meeting the needs of the whole student (academics, behavior, emotional and social).
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