Jasper High School
Grades 7 through 12
Jasper High School Principal - Todd Parker -- email
600 School Street
P.O. Box 446
Jasper, Arkansas 72641
Jasper High School is committed to building a community that reflects excellence in literacy, pride and integrity, and the motivation to succeed.
Hail, Alma Mater, we sing to thy praise
Great with affection our voices we raise
Nestling so peaceful and calm ‘neath the sky
Fondly we love thee, dear old Jasper High.
Hail Alma Mater, thy praise we sing,
Loud in thy honor, our voices will ring
Long through the ages remains, if God will
Love and prosperity, dear old Jasper High.
School May Be Out, but Healthy Meals are Still In
Jasper School District Provides Free Lunches to Children all Summer Long
Jasper School May 18, 2021 - The Jasper School District Food Service Department is excited to announce details for their 2021 Summer Feeding Program. Every summer, the food service department provides breakfast and lunch to children under 18 at no charge.
The program begins again this summer and provides nutritious meals to children who may not otherwise have access to healthy food when school is out. Food Service serves thousands of meals each summer at locations throughout the United States
Many children under 18 rely on free lunches and breakfasts. But when the last bell of the school year rings, those children are at risk of going hungry"
Jasper School, May 31- July 31st at the Jasper lunchroom for hot meals for anyone under eighteen
Jasper Campus home delivery of weekly meals breakfast, lunch, juice, and Milk
Kingston Campus will be a designated pickup May 31st- July 31st at the Kingston lunchroom to be announced Oark Campus will be home delivery also so be announced
Children under 18 will receive five days of breakfast, lunch, juice, and milk delivered to their homes.
The Summer Food Service Program (SFSP) was created to ensure that children in low-income areas could continue to receive nutritious meals during long school vacations when they do not have access to school lunch or breakfast. It provides nutritious and free meals to children 18 and younger during the summer months.
Sign up at Jasper School District Nutrition Services, https://forms.gle/Kp2BMNzgnUoUJF1t6
Arkansas School Garden Grant Program, Arkansas Taste Test Grant Program Recipients Announced
Little Rock, AR - The Arkansas Department of Agriculture is pleased to announce that a total of 88 grants have been approved for funding of $37,500 through the Arkansas School Garden Grant Program and the Arkansas Taste Test Grant Program.
"School gardens and taste tests have proven to be valuable tools in teaching children about agriculture, nutrition, and a variety of skills. The lessons learned through these programs can have a lasting impact on children, their families, and entire communities," said Secretary of Agriculture Wes Ward.
The Arkansas School Garden Grant Program was established to help schools start or expand gardens on school grounds. The Department will award $500 grants to the schools to purchase soil, specialty crop seeds and plants, and gardening equipment
Click here to see News Release
STARLITE Weekly FunFIT Challenge - Week 29
This has been an exciting year, we hope you have enjoyed it as much as we have. We appreciate all of your hard work and participation this year, especially with the training.
We are looking forward to more exciting things in the new school year!
Below you will find the links to week 29's physical activity and nutrition videos. The link to the challenge form is also attached.
The videos will be uploaded to our social media sites and website. Please share the links with your Kindergarten - 8th-grade teachers.
As this is our final week, we would like to request to you all (and the teachers) please send us videos and or photos of students completing the challenges. We would love to see the participation of students.
If you have questions, comments, or concerns, please do not hesitate to contact me. Please let me know if you have trouble with the links!
Facebook and Instagram:
Welcome to Jasper School District's Gifted & Talented Program
Accommodating Diverse Learning Styles
What your students will be working on this year... click here
The Jasper Campus is so excited to announce that with help from our Agricultural teacher Mr. Dorrell and his students we will be growing some foods that will be used in the salad bar at the Jasper Campus. All our beef (hamburger meat) will be from local producers at each campus.
Breakfast and lunch will be free this year again to all students. Please fill out the meal applications on this website, http://www.schoolnutritionandfitness.com/index.php?sid=1527700677242 or from the handouts at each office. Remote meals will be available also and that application can be found at the same website.
We desperately need these turned in from each family, one application per family is sufficient. Thank you for all your assistance.
JHS Business Teacher Featured in YouTube Video
Test Out Teachers' Lounge
Stevie George and Allan Escobar from TestOut will be joined by three fantastic teachers to answer questions you've had about "Preparing Students for the MOS Word Certification Exam" using TestOut's Office Pro and how they have been successful.
Mrs. Alice Cooper's students participated in the 2021 Virtual CTE Day at the Capitol by submitting their JHS CTE video showcasing their programs of study and certifications in Microsoft Office Specialist 2019, Wise, Work Ethic Proficiency, and their Electronic Career Portfolio. Special thanks to Colin Thomas for videoing!
Check out the article on page 14 of the TestOut Certification Magazine<http://certmag.com/
Jasper High School received the Award for Social Media posting from American Red Cross
The Jasper School District's School-Based Health Center (SBHC) is located at 609 West Clark Street on the Jasper Campus. The SBHC offers medical and dental services to all students, faculty, staff, and the entire community. The SBHC provides school-based mental health services to students.
We are proud to offer quality healthcare services that are easily accessible to the student body through our SBHC. We want to ensure that our students are healthy so they can get the most out of their educational experience. We expect that kids will miss less school because they can be seen early, treated quickly, and seen right here on campus. We are also committed to partnering with parents to ensure that all kids receive preventative care as recommended by the American Academy of Pediatrics.
Doctors are in the clinic on the following days:
Medical Services - Monday and Tuesday 9:00 a.m-2:30 p.m.
Parents and Guardians
You can take advantage of our Text Messaging Service
Our school utilizes the School Messenger system to deliver text messages, straight to your mobile phone with important information about events, school closings, safety alerts, and more.
Please read the PDF below for more information.