About John Hopkins
John Hopkins Elementary is one of 33 elementary schools in the Jackson Public School District. It serves students in grades pre-K-5.
The mission of John Hopkins Elementary School is provide a quality education where every scholar, every day is ready for life
The vision for John Hopkins Elementary is to become a high performing school that serves high performing scholars in a clean and safe environment.
- Increase student achievement.
- Increase parent and community involvement.
- Decrease office referrals.
- Decrease Incident/Accidents.
- PBIS: Positive Behavior Intervention and Support
- Respect Others
- Accept Responsibility
- Manage Self
- Solve Problems
Today I am accountable for my ABCs; my attendance, my behavior and my course performance. As a John Hopkins Elementary scholar I am
Reaching my potential
Aspiring to be great
Moving towards excellence while
Sustaining my success
I am a LEADER
Therefore, I will do nothing to keep the teacher from teaching, anyone including myself from learning. I will respect all school personnel, myself, others and the environment. By acting this way, I am RESPECTFUL, RESPONSIBLE and READY to learn!
John Hopkins Elementary School was built in 1978. John Hopkins is an urban elementary school and is a part of the Jackson Public School District. The school is located on 170 John Hopkins Avenue in the far northwestern corner of Jackson on the border of the city of Clinton. The school plant covers 66,664 square feet with 42 classrooms, a media center, cafetorium, and office space on a campus of 6.9 acres. John Hopkins currently has one Pre-K class, three kindergarten classes, three first grade classes, three second grade classes, three third grade classes, three fourth grade classes, three fifth grade classes, two self-contained exceptional education classes, one music classroom, one counselor classroom, one in-school suspension classroom, one Open Doors classroom, and one speech therapy classroom.