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Welcome to Thomas Jefferson Elementary
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151 Helen Street
Binghamton, NY 13905
607-763-8430
 
Thomas Jefferson School Mission Statement
 
The Thomas Jefferson Community will collaboratively provide academic excellence for lifelong learning and opportunities for creative thinking in a safe and nurturing environment. Students will engage in a shared responsibility of learning and become respectful citizens in a diverse world.
 
                                               Dream it, Believe it, Achieve it! 
 
               
                   
Thomas Jefferson News & Information
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B Logo BCSD Introduces NEW Three-Hour Delay for Winter Weather
The district is committed to a process that ensures decisions regarding the safety and well-being of our entire school community are made wisely and in a timely fashion. The following are general guidelines followed when determining a delay or closure: For snow, ice or other weather-related delays, we monitor the current conditions and the forecasted conditions for travel between the times of 5:30 a.m. to 11:00 a.m. Given the weather conditions, we take into consideration the ability of our staff to plow parking lots and sidewalks, as well as, the ability of local municipalities to plow and make streets passable.   
BHS Thanksgiving Dinner logo BHS Will Host 22nd Annual Thanksgiving Community Dinner
Organizers of the Thanksgiving Day Community Dinner at Binghamton High School are making preparations for this year’s annual event, now in its 22nd consecutive year.  With the expansion of the dining room and continuation of a shuttle bus service (courtesy of First Student), BHS can accommodate more guests and assist those with transportation concerns. Home delivery and “take home” meals will not be available. The dinner is scheduled for 11:30 a.m. to 2 p.m. Thursday, Nov. 23 at the Binghamton High School’s two cafeterias.   
In the news graphic BCSD Alumnus, Rod Serling Celebrated for his Legacy
It's been nearly 60 years since "The Twilight Zone" first aired on TV. Rod Serling's hometown has gone through some changes since then, but pieces of Binghamton that inspired the Emmy Award winning screenwriter still remain.

Serling was born in Syracuse and moved to Binghamton with his family in 1924. His time in Binghamton would inspire one of the reoccurring themes in Serling's work. “To get away from the stress of work, the stress of everyday life and to go back to his hometown," says Larry Kassan, Serling enthusiast and Special Events and Theater Coordinator at Binghamton High School. Watch the Rod Serling Story on WICZ.   

In the news graphic BCSD Awarded $2.9 Million Grant for Afterschool Programs
A nearly $3 million grant will help give more than 400 Binghamton City School District students access to new after-school programming. Binghamton schools received a $2.9 million grant from the New York State Office of Child and Family Services through the Empire State Afterschool Program, the district announced Thursday.The program is funded statewide by a $35 million appropriation in the state budget that allows high-need districts to partner with non-profit agencies to provide after-school programs. View the stories on PressConnects, WBNG, WICZ and WIVT 
Upcoming Events
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Principal
 
Principal - Sarah Wiggins 
 
Contact Numbers

Main Office: Jerusha Wirth 763-8430

Nurse/Teacher: Jennifer Mower  RN, BSN     

Counselor: Amy Bennett 763-8476

Librarian: Lonna Pierce 763-8350

Board Representatives
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Joe Gasior
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Evan McNamara
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