ESE Uniform Information 2021-2022

Golden Yellow or Hunter Green polo style shirt
Khaki bottoms (include pants-long/short, dress, skirt, jumper, and skort)
Mask/Shield

Our Mission

We will be recognized nationally for its rigorous curriculum, academic excellence and extracurricular achievement.

Strengthened by diversity, our district will foster partnerships of staff, families and the community to develop students’ educational, physical and social-emotional well-being.

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In the Spotlight

La’Zharia Dunlap-5th Grader - Student of the Month
La'Zharia Dunlap (5th Grade) Student of the Month
Kathy Lang - Teacher of the Month
Kathy Lang - Teacher of the Month
Ada Mays - Staff of the Month
Ada Mays - Staff of the Month

District News


Board Meeting
Board Meeting Schedule

The SCCSD will have its Regular Board Meeting on October 12, 2021 at 6:00 p.m. at A. J. Elementary School 400 South Blvd. Drew, MS 38737

Thu Sep 16 11:25 AM

Mississippi Department of Education
Letter on AAPI Harassment

The U.S. Department of Education's Office for Civil Rights (OCR) reminds schools of their obligation to investigate and address all forms of harassment in educational environments, including harassment directed toward Asian American and Pacific Islander (AAPI) students. This responsibility carries through the academic year and in summer school-sponsored activities. The new letter also provides resources to support schools in fulfilling this responsibility. Letter on AAPI Harassment

Wed May 26 01:31 PM

T-Mobile
T-Mobile 10 Million Project: Working To Connect Every Student

Helping ensure home internet access is not a barrier to a child’s education.

Wed May 12 11:49 AM

e-learning
Virtual Learning Information

e-learning

Wed Jan 13 12:29 PM

Upcoming Events

Welcome Tabatha Jones!

Meet the Social Worker

Welcome back to a new school year! I hope everyone had a great summer! My name is Tabatha Jones and this is my first year as the school Social Worker for East Sunflower and Gentry High School. My role is to help students do well in school by addressing their social and emotional needs.  I will be here to guide you in expressing your part as a leader in your own child’s future. It is my promise to you to work with you so that we can help students be successful.  

I received my degree in Social Worker from Mississippi Valley State University. I have     previously worked with Head Start families providing crisis intervention and behavioral/emotional management. As a team, the teachers, administrators and I will be able to meet the social, mental, and emotional needs of all the scholars. I have outlined some of my responsibilities so you will know what a social worker can do in a school setting.  

  • Crisis Intervention: Bereavement, self-injury or harm to others
  • Individual/Group Session: Meet with students weekly or monthly working on issues such as negative behavior, depression, bullying, anxiety, stress
  • Classroom Intervention: Work with classroom teacher and develop program such  as getting along with peers, social skills and current events
  • Provide Resources: Identify resources needed for scholars and families for issues such as homelessness, teen pregnancy, mental health treatment, abuse, neglect, financial assistances

I will be at East Sunflower on Wednesday -Friday from 7:30-4:00 and Gentry High School on Monday and Tuesday from 7:30-3:30. I can be reached for appointments or consultation by contacting the school office or through email. 

If anytime during the year if you have questions or concerns, or would like your scholars to engage in service with me, please feel free to contact me. My email is tabathajones@sunflower.k12.ms.us or I can be reached by calling the school (662) 569-3137.

Wishing a successful school year for ALL!!

Tabatha Jones

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