Spring 2023 Parent Teacher Conferences







Mrs. Brittany



First Grade

Mrs. Cindy Bailey 

Mrs. Allison



Ms. Bailey Phillips

Second Grade



Mrs. Watson

Mrs. McCoy available on Class Tag

Third Grade

Mrs. Cammie &

Mrs. McVey 

Mrs. Miranda &

Mrs. Stout

Fourth Grade: Please pick a time slot for each fourth grade teacher

Mrs. Anderson

(Science & 

Social Studies)

Mrs. Shelbi


Mrs. Mandy


5th Grade Teachers

6th Grade Teachers

Special Education:Mrs. Beth


Joppa's Book Blast will be Monday, March 6th - Friday, March 17th


Book Blast is a 2-week event designed to put at least one new book in the hands of EVERY student at Joppa. Students will be given a "Treasure Map" to take home. Parents/guardians that wish to participate will visit the website or scan the QR code to register their student. After registering, parents can enter the email addresses of family members and friends who want to contribute to the Book Blast event. They will receive an email from Books Are Fun instructing them how to donate. Students earn prizes for entering 10 or more contacts, and will receive books based on the amount family members and friends choose to contribute. All students, whether they participate or note, will receive 1 book. 


Monday, March 6th: Treasure Maps sent home with students

Week of March 27th: Books should be delivered to Joppa


If a parent has any questions they should email Mrs. Graham at: rgraham@gcs123.net

23-24 Pre-K Flyer

Joppa Elementary Pre-K and Kindergarten Registration Information


Please see the flyers on the left and right of this webpage for some general information.  If you would like more information, please click on the Parents tab at the top and then click on Pre-Kindergarten program or Kindergarten Registration. Thanks!

JSK Flyer 2023

About our school


Joppa Elementary School serves the children of the Joppa Community, encompassing both the Rutledge and Blaine area, in grades Pre-Kindergarten through Sixth grades.  Currently, we have approximately 500 children enrolled at our school.

Our school offers a variety of learning opportunities for its students, faculty, and staff members.  The administration, highly qualified teachers, staff, and parents work together to provide a positive, nurturing, student-centered learning environment.  High standards for student achievements are accomplished by a balanced curriculum with a strong academic focus. Basic skills in language arts and math are emphasized as essential tools in decision making, problem-solving, critical thinking, and creativity. Evaluation of student growth is continually shared with both the students and parents through our school assemblies, parent conferences, newsletters, and team meetings.

 Our school works diligently to meet the individual needs of our students.  We use diverse forms of instruction, researched-based programs and strategies, and we integrate various technology-based activities into our daily instruction.

In addition to our well-rounded core curriculum, we offer many additional programs to benefit our students such as the morning Fast Math Computer Lab Program, D.A.R.E., 4-H, Accelerated Reader, DIBELS, Honors Club, J-STARS (Joppa Students Taking Action Responsibility at School) FAB (Fabulous Activities for the Brain) Fridays, and SWPB (School-Wide Positive Behavior Reward Program).


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