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Plano, TX 75075 | View Map
Ph: 469-752-2100 Fax: 469-752-2101


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Follow Jackson Elementary on Twitter now! Just follow us @JacksonPlano to see what's happening!


October 24-28, 2016 - Red Ribbon Week Events at Jackson Attach Quick View

During Red Ribbon week, October 24-28, Jackson students can participate in activities that promote being drug-free. For more information on the daily "drug-free" themes, click the link below for the English and Spanish flyer. English and Spanish Red Ribbon Week Flyer


Wednesday, October 26 - Parent Workshop, "Who’s in Control? Reducing Power Struggles" Quick View

Jackson parents are invited to attend the Parent Workshop, "Who’s in Control? Reducing Power Struggles," to be held on Wednesday, October 26, from 6:00 - 7:00 p.m. Childcare will be provided and refreshments served. Homework passes for the students whose parents attend!


Andrea Cockrell, Principal Quick View

Andrea Cockrell Principal (469)752-2110 Greetings, Jackson Jaguars! It is truly an honor to be the proud principal of Jackson Elementary. After teaching at both Wyatt and Beverly Elementaries, I served as the assistant principal at Sigler Elementary before beginning this incredible journey as a principal. Throughout my career, I have gained experiences that I bring t...


Kamili Carthledge, Assistant Principal Quick View

Kamili Carthledge Assistant Principal (469)752-2111


Jackson Elementary School Supply List, 2016-2017 Attach Quick View

Please click on the link below or click on "File Download" for Jackson Elementary's School Supply List for the 2016-2017 school year. Jackson Elementary School Supply List, 2016-2017


History of Jackson Elementary Quick View

Jackson Elementary was founded in 1975 and was named after Frank William Jackson (1846 - 1927). Originally from Kentucky, Mr. Jackson settled on a farm near Renner in the late 1800’s. He is well known for his support of church, education and progress, having donated land for schools, the Methodist Church and the Cotton Belt Railroad. Having served as president of the School Board for many ye...