Miles J. Jones Elementary School

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Principal's Message


     Shaw Winter

    Dear MJJ Family,

    Happy 2021!!!

    As we continue into this virtual year of teaching and learning, We will continue to build upon and refine our proven foundation of good work, honored traditions, and continued excellence in education.  We will continue to:    

    Embrace New Opportunities. ……Unlock Potential…  Continue To Inspire Excellence.

    We ask that you continue to guide and support your child’s virtual learning by ensuring that he/she:

     Attends school daily and log in  on time, which is 9:15 AM, ready for the day’s learning experience

    • Completes assignments given by teachers
    • Read daily to develop a love for reading and to improve literacy skills
    • Shares virtual school experiences with you
    • Informs you if he/she needs additional support in any area or subject
    • Knows that you expect him/her to succeed during our virtual learning semester

    During the course of the year, it is my hope that we will work together to provide the students of Miles Jones with the best possible opportunities in preparing them to be world-class leaders.  As Principal, my virtual office hours are from 8:00-4:30 PM Monday-Friday. Please feel free to schedule an appointment to discuss any concerns, suggestions, or ideas to help make this an outstanding year.

    The school instructional hours for K-2 students are 9:15-1:30 and students in grades 3-5 are 9:15-2:00. Be mindful that your student may have FLOAT or other activities directly following the end of the instructional day.  Please check with your child's teacher to learn more.


    Mrs. Sonya Shaw, Principal


  • M.E.

    Miss Monique Evans has served with Miles Jones since 2019 and has hit the ground running! She works with students, staff, and parents both confidentially and with sincere concern. She participates on many committees in the school and desires the best for all. This is evident in the love and care she shows as she grooms our students for middle school success and guides our younger students in lessons in mindfulness and emotional awareness.

    Congratulations to you, Miss Evans for a job well done! 

    Happy School Counselor's Week!

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