216 Stockbridge Road, Jonesboro, Georgia 30236
(770)473-2800 Fax (770) 473-5057
Myron Allen Nicole Chapman Principal Assistant Principal
July 28, 2023
Greetings J. W. Arnold Elementary Parents,
Welcome Back! I hope you and your family had an awesome summer break. We are looking forward to the 2023 – 2024 School Year - Rebooting with Optimism.
My name is Lenore Johnson, the Parent Liaison at J. W. Arnold Elementary School. My job is to facilitate communication between the school and home: in addition to empowering parents by providing them with instructional resources to support learning at home, and providing volunteer opportunities, while encouraging and promoting programs and events that support the Clayton County instructional curriculum. I am here to assist parents in understanding their student’s learning environment and providing resources that will bridge the academic gap.
Workshops will be conducted throughout the year in-person and virtually that will provide support for you and your student’s academic success. All families are welcome and encouraged to actively participate.
Please stay connected with AES by providing us with your contact information and by joining J. W. Arnold’s Facebook page. In addition, check out Clayton County’s Parent Virtual Learning Toolkit located on the district’s website.
Future parent workshops and meetings will be posted on J. W. Arnold’s Website, Facebook Page, Connect Ed, Remind, Class Dojo, and the school Instagram page. If you need resources from the Parent Resource Center, please call the school to set a date and time. The Parent Resource Center is open daily from 7:30am to 3:00pm.
There will be many opportunities for you to be a part of your student's learning experience during the school year. I look forward to working with you. If you have any questions or need further assistance, please feel free to contact me at 770-473-2800 ext. 102122 and view our school website at https://102.clayton.k12.ga.us/.
Lenore Johnson Parent Liaison J.W. Arnold Elementary School
"Preparing Students to Become Successful Citizens and Lifelong Learners"