Eagles win 3rd in Stover Tournament
January 4, 2020
3rd place boys
On Saturday, January 4, the Eagles claimed 3rd place in the Stover Tournament defeating the Dixon Bulldogs, 51-43.  
Congratulations, Eagles!

Tipton Tournament Sportsmanship Winners
December 7, 2019
Sportsmanship winners
During the Tipton Tournament the first week of December, teams were monitored by individuals tasked with selecting one player from each team that exemplified good character and sportsmanship on the court.  Ginna Meisenheimer and Tristan Jones were selected for JHS in recognition of their positive attitude.
Congratulations, Eagles!  Well done!

Student Athlete of the Week
December 5, 2019
Clark Rohrbach
JHS Senior, Clark Rohrbach, was named KRCG's Student-Athlete of the Week Thursday, December 5.  The video can be seen here and the footage of Clark starts at the 5:05 mark.  Congratulations, Clark, on your success in the classroom, in sports and in life.  
We are proud of you!  Well done, Eagle!

Veterans' Day Assembly
November 11, 2019
Veterans Day
Presenting Mr. Blackmore with the Penny War funds.
On Monday, November 11, JHS was proud to honor our community heroes at the annual Veterans' Day Assembly in the school's gym.  Braving the snowy weather, 30 veterans from all branches of the military attended the assembly.  During the assembly, a slideshow was presented to honor those that have served or are currently serving from our staff and students’ families, which can be seen here. Our guest speaker, Mr. Gary Blackmore, a veteran himself, spoke on how he serves other veterans through various organizations including the veterans’ hospice, veterans’ court and Central Missouri Honor Flight.  The week prior to the assembly, the students had a Penny War and raised $559.31 which was presented to Mr. Blackmore to give to the veterans’ organization of his choice.  He chose Central Missouri Honor Flight to receive those funds.   Rep. Sara Walsh was also in attendance to honor our veterans.  
Welcome Home

On Sunday, November 24, students and staff attended the “Welcome Home” ceremony for Flight 61 in Columbia to present the funds to the Central Missouri Honor flight.  

We are so grateful to those who have given so much on our behalf.  Thank you, Veterans!
If your veteran was not featured in this year’s slideshow, please send their photo, name, branch of service, rank, dates of service, who they are related to at JHS and if they are a graduate of JHS along with graduation year  to griffinc@jamestown.k12.mo.us.

Renaissance Festival
October 5, 2019
On Saturday, Mrs. Cowgill took several students to the Kansas City Renaissance Festival.  They enjoyed the shows, faire foods, and some even got Henna Tattoos and costumes. 
They had a lot of fun!
Fare thee well, Eagles!

Representative Walsh Visit
October 3, 2019
3rd & 4th Graders with Rep. Walsh
On Thursday, Representative Sara Walsh visited with our 3rd and 4th graders about Missouri government and her role as their representative.  She also brought a sample of the "Back the Blue" license plate that she helped sponsor which will be available for citizens to purchase.  
Thanks for sharing with us, Rep. Walsh!
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Calendar of Events

Eagle Talk

  • Nurse's News 
  • Health Update: 1.13.20 Public Service Announcement:If your child has a fever today, they should not be at school tomorrow.  If you have to give Tylenol or Motrin for a fever today, they ...
    Posted Jan 13, 2020, 12:43 PM by web Eagle
  • Health Update 12.10.19 A stomach bug is making its way around to students and staff once again. Symptoms can include nausea, vomiting, diarrhea, and a low grade fever. It is lasting anywhere from ...
    Posted Dec 17, 2019, 6:45 PM by web Eagle
  • Health Update 10.16.19 A stomach bug has been making its way around to students and staff. Main symptoms are an upset stomach and nausea. It is usually lasting 24 hours. Please wash your ...
    Posted Oct 16, 2019, 7:45 AM by web Eagle
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  • Recent Announcements  
  • Ball Field Lights Grant Information Jamestown School District is pursuing a grant opportunity that would fund the replacement of all nine ball field lights on the baseball/softball field. The baseball/softball field and surrounding ...
    Posted Jan 20, 2020, 7:28 PM by web Eagle
  • Morning Snow Routes 1.21.20 Jamestown C-1 School District will run AM snow routes on Tuesday, January 21. Afternoon routes will be decided as the day progresses.
    Posted Jan 20, 2020, 6:23 PM by web Eagle
  • Christmas Concert 1.16.2020 Below is the information for the 2019 Christmas Concert that has been rescheduled to January 16, 2020.  Hope to see you all there!Thursday, January 16, 2020@ 7:00 in ...
    Posted Jan 6, 2020, 8:14 AM by web Eagle
  • Snow Routes 12.19.19 School will be in session Thursday, December 19, and buses will run snow routes.  If you have any questions about your students pickup or drop-off location, please contact your ...
    Posted Dec 18, 2019, 6:33 PM by web Eagle
  • Christmas Concert Postponed The Christmas Concert will NOT be held this Thursday.  It has tentatively been rescheduled to January 16, 2020.  More information will be provided at a later date.
    Posted Dec 17, 2019, 9:19 PM by web Eagle
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  • School Board Notes 
  • NOTICE OF CANDIDATE FILING NOTICE OF CANDIDATE FILING Notice is hereby given that the Jamestown C-1 School District will accept declaration of candidacy for directors who shall serve as members of the Board ...
    Posted Jan 8, 2020, 9:09 AM by web Eagle
    Posted Jan 2, 2020, 9:31 AM by Nickie Dedrick
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Meet Our New Faculty and Staff
for the 2019-2020 School Year
Kelsey Roush
Ms. Kelsey Roush, K-12 Counselor
Kelsey is from California, MO and recently graduated from Lincoln University with a Bachelors of Science degree in Psychology.  She is in the process of working towards her Masters Degree in School Counseling from Lincoln University.  She has been a part of the Jamestown community for 4 years now working at Eagle’s Nest Childcare, while also being the Parents as Teachers Educator for Jamestown the past year. She is excited to continue to be apart of such a great community with a great group of kids!

Nicole Coonce
Mrs. Nicole Coonce, Principal's Secretary
Nicole grew up in Jamestown.  She worked in the banking industry for 10 years before going “back” to school to work at Lewis and Clark MS as administrative assistant to the principal. Nicole and her husband will have been married 12 years in September and have 2 children.  She love sports, outdoors and family time. She is very excited to back at Jamestown. This is her home and she is excited to get this journey started. 

Seth Pirtle
Mr. Seth Pirtle, Business Teacher
From 1989 to 2002, Seth lived on an Army base in Tokyo, Japan.  In 2003, he graduated from the University of Missouri with a Bachelor of Science in Business Administration and in 2010 he received a Master of Arts in Education from Avila University.  The 2019-2020 school year will be his ninth year teaching Business.

Mollie McGeehon
Ms. Mollie McGeehon, Art Teacher
Mollie holds a BS from MIZZOU in Housing and Interior Design, a MS in Education from Florida Atlantic University and post-graduate work from the University of Florida in Developmental Disabilities. Her career in Art began in NYC and took her to South Florida and back to Missouri again. She has a special interest in the study of how temperament affects learning and believes every student is an artist. Her hobbies include sewing, Zumba, reading, and learning about cultures around the world. 

Cody Stegemann
Mr. Cody Stegemann, Paraprofessional & Baseball Head Coach
Cody is from Jefferson City, Missouri.  He graduated from Blair Oaks High School.  Baseball has always been a big part of his life.  His future plans are to not only be a head coach but also be a history teacher as well.

Strike Out Cancer Pink-out & Bake Sale
October 1, 2019
Pink-out game
Last night, the softball team was able to raise $1,330 for the National Breast Cancer Foundation with their second annual Pink-out game and bake sale.  The amount raised was an increase of $100 over last year.  They also came away with a win over Tuscumbia, 6-4.  
Thank you to those that donated the yummy baked goods and to those that purchased.  This community is amazing and we appreciate your support of our school.   Go Eagles!

Softball Staff Recognition
September 26, 2019
Staff recognition
On September 26, at the softball game vs. Fayette, the Lady Eagles with the Jamestown Booster Club recognized several staff members for their positive influence and ongoing support of the Jamestown athletes. 
Congratulations to Jonathan Armistead, Dale Ashley, Jackie Cowgill, Gretta Lieser, Melanie Marshall, John Muri, Andrea Shane, Michelle Sumner and Dixie Trester-Berry. 
Thank you for all that you do for our students!! 
Congratulations, Eagles!