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Jackson Elementary School

Knight's class celebrating 100 days of school!
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Jackson Elementary loves out Panthers!

Jackson Elementary loves our Panthers!

2nd grade adjective fashion show
Students showing support for Panthers.

Students showing support for Panthers.

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Students " We love Goula"

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Ms Hammond's clas uses Google Classroom
Jackson Elementary Faculty and Staff

Jackson Elementary Faculty and Staff

Students proud to be a Panther fan!

Students proud to be Panther fans!

Mrs. Frederic and students proud Panther fans!

Mrs. Frederic and students proud Panther fans!

Ms. Hammonds class uses Google Classroom

Recent News

Nominees for Life Changers

Life Changers Awards

Congratulations to Mrs. Broome (2nd Grade teacher), Mrs. Perez (Attendance Secretary), Mrs. Chandler (Secretary), Mrs. McMillan (4th Grade teacher) and Ms. Cumbest (Music teacher, not pictured) they have been nominated for Life Changers of the Year. LifeChanger of the Year is an annual program sponsored by National Life Group that recognizes and rewards K-12 educators and school employees across the country. Their program celebrates those who are making a significant difference in the lives of students by exemplifying excellence, positive influence and leadership.

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Principal's Message Image

Principal's Message

The Pascagoula-Gautier District (PGSD), located in the southeast corner of Mississippi and between the cities of Gulfport / Biloxi, MS and Mobile, AL, is a public school district that houses approximately 7,000 students in 19 elementary (K-4), academy (5-6), middle school (7-8), high school (9 - 12), and specialty school campuses that serve the cities of Gautier and Pascagoula, MS.
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Teacher and Staff of the Year

Spotlight Message

Congratulations to Mrs. Johnson, 4th grade teacher and Ms. Parker, computer lab for being chosen Jackson Elementary's teacher and staff member of the year.  Thank you for ALL that you do for our students!
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