United Tribes News

TJES Tidbits
13 August 2012

With direction from Land Grant Horticulturalist Colette Wolf (center), TJES students dug their gloved hands into the soil in May to prepare for placing seeds in raised planting beds in the campus “Kids Garden.” DENNIS J. NEUMANN<>United Tribes News

Be Ready for the New School Year
Heads up everyone! Classes for the new school year at Theodore Jamerson Elementary School on the United Tribes campus start Monday, August 20 at 8:25 a.m.

Registration is open in the TJES office starting Wednesday, August 1.

The school supply list is available at the big-box Stores (Wal-Mart, Target, K-MART etc.) and in the TJES office.

Enjoy the vacation and be sure to BE READY for the new school year!

Culture Volunteers Needed
TJES invites you to join us and help provide a well rounded curriculum. We are seeking volunteers to help with our culture program for the 2012-13 school year. If you would like to share cultural activities or information, please contact the school office at 701-255-3285 x 1304. One visit we are looking forward to is from Keith Bear in the month of October. Students will listen to and work with Keith during music instruction.

Gains in Reading & Math
TJES recorded exceptional gains in reading and math this past year. Students who moved from below proficiency to proficiency increased by 30 percent in reading and 27 percent in math. This translated to near 80 percent proficiency in reading and math for grades 3-8. Congratulations! Way to go TJES students, parents and teachers.
– Brenda Jechort, TJES Reading Coach

BIE Level 1
The Bureau of Indian Education reviews school special education data yearly to determine compliance with the special education law. Theodore Jamerson has continuously achieved a Level 1 determination, the highest level that can be attained.
– Kelly Schwehr, TJES Special Education Teacher





TJES Calendar

See the TJES 2012-13 Calendar under Support Services on the UTTC website www.uttc.edu.