Student Academic Support

  • Academic Tutoring

    Content area teachers assist students in their classrooms.

    Tutoring is from 8:15-8:50 for all students.  The format included small group and individual tutoring.  Students should arrive at school at 8:15. The schedule for classes is below.

    Monday - Language Arts

    Tuesdays - Math

    Wednesdays - Science

    Thursday - Social Studies

    Friday - Connections

    How does my student participate?

    Students should arrive at school by 8:15.  Students do not need a pass on the designated day. 

  • Go2Gwinnett Parent Portal

    This is a tool designed to enhance the communication and involvement of parents in their child's education. The Parent Portal will allow online, timely, and secure access to monitor your child's academic progress and current attendance. For Parent Portal Assisstance contact,   

    To sign up for Parent Portal click on the link: Parent Portal Signup and Assistance

  • Student Support Team

    The Student Support Team (SST) exists to help classroom teachers identify students that are having difficulty either academically or behaviorally and to recommend alternative instructional strategies for that student. The team reviews and considers all available information about an individual student. Parents and/or teachers can refer a student to the SST committee. If a parent has any questions concerning the referral process, he or she should contact either the student's teacher or assistant principal. 

  • Academic Assistance Program

    These programs provide an intervention for students who do not achieve a passing grade after 1st semester. AAP information sheets and schedules are sent home with students in report card envelopes in January.

  • Counseling Department

    School counseling services are available to all students. A counselor is assigned to homeroom teachers within grade levels. The goal for the guidance and counseling program is to help students be academically and personally successful. The Jones Middle School Counselors will work closely with “at-risk” students in order to help these students be more successful.