Welcome to Jacobs Elementary!

Extended School Closure 

Governor Baker announced today (3/25/2020) that schools will remain closed through May 4th. 
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yVAnenJcM2c&feature=youtu.be&fbclid=IwAR2EdavJtAyOuZ_ose8ARE1-ksXem1dq6oa4Ps2u3d0eTw-9giSuTya1WBU

Here is what Superintendent Anderson has to say!

As we get more information we will inform our families. You can also follow the New Bedford Public Schools on Facebook.  https://www.facebook.com/NewBedfordPublicSchools/ 

Visit the New Bedford Public Schools website for Work Packets for all students.
http://www.newbedfordschools.org/at_home_student_work

click here to go to google classroom to access your Jacobs teachers and classrooms 
     If you don't know your students google classroom code
Click here  -> /UserFiles/Servers/Server_68451/File/google classroom codes.docx


If you need to contact a Teacher you can find all the emails here Teachers Emails.pdf  or under the staff tab at the top of the page to directly email the staff member.

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School Hours

K-5 Monday - Friday:  8:15-3:30

Pre- K AM
Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, Friday: 
8:15-11:30


Pre-K PM

Monday - Thursday: 11:45-2:30


We believe... 

If 21st century instructional personnel value the worth and capacity of each child in their classroom to achieve educational growth and are committed to applying learning strategies from effective differentiated and tiered instructional practices... 

Then successful students will be able to effectively communicate knowledge and ideas through critical and collaborative thinking skills while maintaining a positive relationship with others and self as they make decisions for their college or career pathway.


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What's New at Jacobs?

dino and unicornDuring Trunk or Treat, Ms. Fraine and Ms. Curran Dressed as a dinosaur and unicorn rider and greeted everyone. Before getting stuck on the outdoor classroom.

Leeman and BarlowStudents school wide collected coins and placed them in the bucket for the person they wanted to see dress up as a character. Mr. Leeman recieved the most coins and had to dress up as Maui.

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