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Welcome to Jamaica CUSD #12

Jamaica School District is located at 7087 N. 600 E. Rd, Sidell, Illinois, 61876. It serves nearly 500 students in southern Vermilion County from four nearby towns (Fairmount, Sidell, Indianola, and Jamaica) and the surrounding area.


Latest News

Board Meeting
December 8th, 2014  |  Posted in: Salt Fork Consolidated District News

The next board meeting for the new consolidated school district will be Saturday, December 13th, at 8430 N 980 E Rd, Indianola at 9:00am.

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Fall 2014 Final Exam Schedule
November 26th, 2014  |  Posted in: High School News

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Final Exam Schedule

Exam Day 1 – Wednesday, December 17, 2014

8:06 AM – 9:26 AM EXAM (80 Minutes) PERIOD 1

9:26 AM – 9:44 AM BREAK (18 Minutes) – Students Report to Period 2 Rooms

9:47 AM – 11:07 AM EXAM (80 Minutes) PERIOD 3

11:07 AM – 11:39 AM BREAK (32 Minutes) – Students Report to RTI

11:39 AM – 12:10 PM LUNCH

12:13 PM – 1:33 PM EXAM (80 Minutes) PERIOD 5

1:36 PM – 1:47 PM BREAK (11 Minutes) – Students Report to Period 6 Rooms

1:50 PM – 3:10 PM EXAM (80 Minutes) PERIOD 7

Exam Day 2 – Thursday, December 18, 2014

8:00 AM Students report to PERIOD 1 for lunch count

8:06 AM – 9:26 AM EXAM (80 Minutes) PERIOD 2

9:26 AM – 9:44 AM BREAK (18 Minutes) – Students Report to Period 3 Rooms

9:47 AM – 11:07 AM EXAM (80 Minutes) PERIOD 4

11:07 AM – 11:39 AM BREAK (32 Minutes) – Students Report to RTI

11:39 AM – 12:10 PM LUNCH

12:13 PM – 1:33 PM EXAM (80 Minutes) PERIOD 8

1:36 PM – 1:47 PM BREAK (11 Minutes) – Students Report to Period 7 Rooms

1:50 PM – 3:10 PM EXAM (80 Minutes) PERIOD 6

Friday, December 19, 2014

FRIDAY IS A REGULAR ATTENDANCE DAY. STUDENTS ARE EXPECTED TO BE PRESENT, AS TEACHERS WILL HAVE MEANINGFUL ACTIVITIES PREPARED FOR THE DAY. ABSENCES WILL COUNT AGAINST THE STUDENT EXAM INCENTIVE FOR THE SPRING 2015 SEMESTER. STUDENTS WILL DISMISS FRIDAY AT 2:06 PM.

Toys for Tots
October 30th, 2014  |  Posted in: District News

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Local campaigns are conducted annually in over 700 communities covering all 50 states, the District of Columbia and Puerto Rico. The Commander, Marine Forces Reserve has under his command 163 Reserve Units located in 47 states. To cover all 50 states and more communities in each state, the Marine Toys for Tots Foundation selects Marine Corps League Detachments and Local Community Organizations (generally veteran Marines) located in communities without a Marine Reserve Center, to conduct Toys for Tots campaigns as part of the overall U.S. Marine Corps Reserve Toys for Tots Program.

One individual, either a Marine, member of a Marine Corps League Detachment, or member of a local community organization, is designated the Toys for Tots Coordinator for that community. The Coordinator is responsible for planning, organizing and conducting the campaign in his/her community.

Melissa Castle (Fairmount) is running a campaign for collecting $$$ for Toys for Tots. If you wish to make a donation you can send it to school in an envelope marked ‘TOYS FOR TOTS.’ With a $ donation, a train will be marked with your name and displayed. Please have all donations turned in by November 3.

Supply Lists
July 31st, 2014  |  Posted in: District News

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Reminder: School registration is August 5th and 6th from 1 to 7 pm. All grades will register in the high school computer lab. New students and new pre-K and kindergarten students who did not pre-register may register on Monday, August 4th from 9am to 2pm in the elementary office.

Statement on the Finances of Jamaica CUSD #12
March 5th, 2013  |  Posted in: Elementary News, High School News, Junior High News

Across the state and nation school districts are wrestling with financial concerns caused by decreasing revenues and increasing costs. The Jamaica Board of Education has established a goal of fiscal responsibility and is finding it more difficult to make ends meet.The state of Illinois is providing less money for student support each year. (more…)

District Goals
February 10th, 2013  |  Posted in: Elementary News, High School News, Junior High News

The Board of Education has recently approved a set of goals for the Jamaica School District. While the goals are lofty, they do provide us with a target at which to aim. Over the next few months, the administration and staff will develop a strategic plan for meeting the established goals. Click here to download the new goals.