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Jaguars Make A Difference

Jaguars Make A Difference

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We strive to show the students of Jefferson Elementary how important it is to be an active member in their community. We use the ideals established in our IB attitudes to show that what we do as individuals each and every day impacts others.  Here are just some of the ways our Jaguars are in action and making a difference in the world around us....

Jefferson's Kids for Peace Students Help Kids in Kenya

The following article appeared in the Carlsbad Patch on November 25, 2013:

 

http://carlsbad.patch.com/groups/goodnews/p/jeffersons-kids-for-peace-students-help-kids-in-kenya

From the Carlsbad Patch...Proving Kindness Matters

Popularity of IB Growing

The following article appeared in the Napa Valley Register and discusses how IB Schools are growing in popularity in the United States.

http://napavalleyregister.com/news/local/popularity-of-international-baccalaureate-curriculum-growing-across-globe/article_f6b51a70-6c19-11e2-b6a2-001a4bcf887a.html#.URAPnCKyEqc.email

From The Coast News - Unique Program Teaches Youngsters The World's Languages

The following link will take you to The Coast News article published Dec. 24, 2012:

 

http://thecoastnews.com/2012/12/unique-program-teaches-youngsters-the-worlds-languages/

Song For The Ocean - By Jefferson Students

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The following mini documentary follows six classes of our first graders from Jefferson Elementary as they create a project called Beach Trash, A Whale of a Problem. The students collected beach trash for several weeks and worked with environmental artist Teresa Espaniola to turn it into a life-sized gray whale mosaic, all while learning about the ocean and the role they can play in saving our seas. The trash whale was on display at SEA LIFE Aquarium:

Trash Whale At SEA LIFE Aquarium

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Inspiring 21st Century Students To Consider A Future In Science

 


 

Nurturing Life Long Leaders