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  • Mandatory Graduation Meeting

    May 16, 2017


    This meeting will go over graduation information.

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  • Applications:
    Anyone who is interested in attending Jefferson High School for the 2016 - 2017 school year, you will need to submit an application prior to being accepted.  You can download an application on the website located under the quick links tab, or you can come into the office from 8:00-3:00; Monday - Thursday
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Change of venue:
Graduation ceremony- Island Grove Event Center
May 24, 2017
Rehearsal @ 1pm
Students are to arrive @ 6pm
Ceremony will start @ 7pm.

 Important Dates for Graduating Seniors:


 May 16, 2017, 11:00amMandatory Graduation Meeting JHS gym

·         All graduates must attend in order to receive detailed graduation information, sign the graduation contract and pick up their Cap & Gown


May 24, 2017, 1:00pm-Graduation Rehearsal- Island Grove Event Center

·         All graduates must attend! Do not have to dress up


May 24, 2017, 7:00pm-Formal Graduation Ceremony

·         Graduates must arrive at 6:00pm

·         Doors open at 6:30pm


Please contact Jefferson with any questions:

Jefferson Front Office: (970) 348-1600

Scott Brown, Counselor       (last name A-L):

(970) 348-1692

Erin McCain, Counselor      (last name M-Z):

(970) 348-1656



Mayo 16, 2017, 11:00am-Reunión obligatoria sobre la graduación JHS Gimnasio

·         Todos los graduados necesitan asistir para obtener información detallada sobre la graduación, para firmar el contrato de graduación y para recoger su toga y birrete.

Mayo 24, 2017, 1:00pm-Ensayo de la graduación

·         Todos los graduados necesitan asistir, no tienen que vestirse en sus togas.


 May 24, 2017, 7:00pm-La ceremonia oficial de la graduación – 

·         Los graduados necesitan llegar a las 6:00pm

·         Las puertas abren a las 6:30pm

Contacten la escuela JHS con cualquier pregunta:

Jefferson Oficina Principal: (970) 348-1600

Scott Brown, Consejero (apellidos A-L):

(970) 348-1692

Erin McCain, Counselor (apellidos M-Z):




JHS 2017 UIP and SPF Summary

Overview of UIP and SPF

Jefferson High School (JHS) is in its seventh year as an alternative education campus (AEC). Over 95% of its students come into Jefferson behind on credits, and it has a high population of transient students. 86.7% of Jefferson students qualify for free and reduced lunch. Jefferson has qualified as an “improvement school” where it has scored a 57.59% on AEC performance standards where 60% qualifies a school for “performance level”. Students scored a 50% in CMAS Science which qualifies as “approaching.” Jefferson did not have enough students in Math or English Language Arts to qualify a score. Jefferson did not meet expectations in attendance or truancy by scoring 72.4% and 20% respectively; however, Jefferson “meets” and “exceeds” in Positive Socio-Emotional, Returning Student Rate, and Student Re-engagement rates. Jefferson also scored as “exceeds in completion rate, and scored as “meets” in Course Completion and Post-Completion Success Rates.


JHS is not a Title 1 School, but has restructured FTE allotment to hire interventionists and allow more opportunities for tier 2 interventions in math and literacy. Achieve 3000 and Alek computer software has been purchased and implemented into blended learning programs to provide targeted intervention for students who are not performing at grade level competencies. While JHS is seeing positive growth in both reading and math, the adequate growth percentile continues to be high due to students who come to JHS behind in both subjects.




Root Causes

1.      Low growth and achievement in math.

2.      Implementation of data team process.



1.      Lack of tier 2 interventions in math.

2.      Implementation of data teams (BDT and IDT) process.





Planning and Changes

Tier 2 interventions:

-          Implement tier 2 Math interventions to backfill and solidify background knowledge. Teachers will use “Alek” in blended learning programs to solidify background knowledge.

-          Implement tier 2 English Language Arts interventions to backfill and solidify background knowledge. Teachers will use “Achieve 3000” in blended learning programs to solidify background knowledge.

-          Continued implementation of the “Discovery” program to continue to improve students’ socio-emotional competency and student reengagement.





Year Book  

Quarter 4 Schedule
 Block    Time
 B-1  7:00-8:25
 1  8:30-9:35
 2    9:40-10:40
 3  10:45-11:45
 Lunch    11:45-12:25  
 4  12:30-1:30
 JAG  1:35-2:10
 5  2:15-3:20
 No school for students- District PD days
April 3rd

 Congratulations to the Class of 2016!

To watch the Jefferson graduation ceremony CLICK HERE.

Welcome Back Jefferson Jaguars
PRINCIPAL’S MESSAGE                                                                                                                                                                                                                                          

Welcome Jaguars!

This past year we were able to graduate our fifth class at Jefferson High School and are very excited about the beginning of our sixth school year at JHS.   As we begin our new year, we hope that you will help JHS continue with its rich tradition of academic excellence and school pride for all to follow. An exceptional faculty and staff are looking forward to working with each of you and your students and are excited to establish and achieve your goals and aspirations for your child.  Please take time to review the school handbook carefully that your student will be bringing home after the first day. It contains important information that can be helpful to your whole family.  This handbook includes information that pertains to Jefferson High School student policies, as well as District 6 board policies. 

I also want to remind you that our teachers, counselors, and administrators are available to provide assistance. Your questions or concerns are always welcome. As you work through your years at JHS, I challenge every student to set goals and standards that will be above those set by most high school students. In accomplishing these exceptional goals, you will make a “real difference” in our world and set the pace for developing a high school culture that will be second to none.

We would also like to invite any parent to get involved in our school and the many programs that we have available at Jefferson High.  One way to be involved is to serve on our District Accountability Committee as well as the School Accountability Committee.  These committees allow parents and community members to be informed and have a voice in changes to our schools programming and budgeting.  If you are interested in becoming a member of either committee please call Larry Green at 348-1609 to receive dates and times of meetings. 

In closing, I want to wish each of you the very best as “The Tradition Continues” at Jefferson High School.



Mr. Larry Green

basketball Club & Intramurals schedules
Tuesday & Thursday
11:30am - 12:05pm
Monday - Thursday
4:00pm - 5:00pm
Weight lifting:
Tuesday - Thursday
4:00pm - 5:00pm

We would like to thank all military personnel for the sacrifices you have made for our freedom.

Veteran Tribute



Display is located in foyer at Jefferson High. 
Special thanks to Randee Shaw's  leadership class for the awesome display.

Graduation Photos & Videos

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Headlines & Features

  • Student Spotlight: Trevor Bain

    Trevor is a model student who shows humility and selflessness in the face of adversity. He has a high GPA, he accepts responsibilities and consistently maintains a positive attitude. ~ Brian Deveraux, Staff Member, Jefferson High School

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  • Nondiscrimination Statement

    Greeley-Evans School District 6 and the Board of Education commits itself to a policy of nondiscrimination and shall not discriminate in its educational, employment or hiring practices on the basis of race, color, national origin, ethnicity, religion, gender, sexual orientation, age, marital status or disability. Concern or complaint procedures have been established for students, parents, employees and members of the public. The following person(s) have been identified as a compliance officer for District 6:

    Assistant Superintendent of Human Resources
    1025 9th Avenue Greeley, CO 80631
    Phone: (970) 348-6000

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  • JHS mentoring program


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  • Teacher Who Makes a Difference: Sean Mallander

    Sean Mallander, a teacher at Jefferson High School, is the February 2013 "Educator Who Makes a Difference" in Weld County School District 6.

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