Brown Elementary is located in the heart of the Midtown Community of Jackson, MS, and is one of 38 elementary schools in the Jackson Public School District. It serves students in grades Pre-K-5th.

In October of 2014, Brown Elementary was awarded a STEM grant from the Toyota Foundation to support implementation of STEM initiatives.  We now house the first formal elementary STEM program in the JPSD.

The Faculty and Staff of Brown Elementary strongly believe that all children are capable of success.  In partnership with parents and the community, we are determined to create a learning environment that fosters each child’s full academic potential so that we produce literate, competent, responsible students who will be able to reason critically and become functioning and productive members of the school, community, and the broader society.  We strive to be a leader in academic excellence!


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New Parent Center at Brown!
Please stop by our new Parent and Community Center.  We need your feedback about how we can better serve you!

Brown Scholars go to SPACECAMP!

Students from Brown Elementary School in Jackson, Mississippi, recently attended PATHFINDER® at the U.S. Space and Rocket Center, NASA’s official Visitor Information Center for Marshall Space Flight Center and the home of SPACE CAMP and AVIATION CHALLENGE. The three-day educational program promotes science, technology, engineering and math (STEM), while training students and adults with hands-on activities and missions based on teamwork, leadership and decision-making.

 Brown Elementary students were part of the Pathfinder Program, which is designed for elementary and middle school students who have a particular interest in science.  The students spent their three-days training with a team that flew a simulated Space Shuttle mission to the International Space Station (ISS). Once aboard the ISS, the crew participated in experiments and successfully completed an extra-vehicular activity (EVA), or space walk. Brown Elementary trainees and crew returned to Earth in time to graduate with honors! 

 PTA Zumba Night a Success!

We had an amazing turn out last night at our PTA Zumba night.  Thank you to our PTA Board for making it a success.  THANK YOU St. Andrews Episcopal School for donating pizza, fruit, and pizza, and bringing in a Zumba instructor to work with our parents and scholars.  While scholars danced, parents had some time to meet with teachers about end-of-year expectations, our Summer STEM Camp, field trip information, and other topics to help them support their children at home.

PTA Re-Ignited at Brown
After a challenge from Principal Luckett, six courageous parents accepted the task to serve on the PTA Board.  Congratulations to:
Co-Presidents: Tamyia Garrett-Bolds and Tammy Martin
Vice-President of Membership: Kimberly White
Vice-President of Programs: Jennifer Smith
Secretary: Shavon Fletcher
Treasurer: Sharon McGlorthan
We are so thankful for YOU!

Ms. Mississippi speaks to Brown scholars about "Girl Power"
Jasmine Murray spoke to our Lady Bulldogs about "Girl Power" and the dangers of smoking.  Jasmine Murray was born in Columbus, MS and is the youngest of five children.  In her year as Miss Mississippi, she has traveled around the state and nation encouraging girls to work hard, make school a priority, and stay away from the dangers of tobacco.  Brown scholars were so appreciative of Ms. Murray for taking the time to speak with them.  Thanks to Ms. Alexander and Dr. Denton for making this happen!

Brown Elementary Students Meet Daughter of Malcolm X, Ilyasah Shabazz 


In celebration of Black History Month, Brown Elementary School held a read-in with Ilyasah Shabazz, the daughter of civil rights icon Malcolm X. Shabazz read excerpts from her book "Malcolm Little: The Boy Who Grew Up to Become Malcolm X." Shabazz, who was two years old when her father was assassinated, is now a community organizer, activist and motivational speaker.  

Students in pre-K through fifth grades learned more about civil rights leader Macolm X and asked questions of Shabazz about her childhood. Top readers in each grade were also given an autographed copy of "Malcolm Little: The Boy Who Grew Up to Become Malcolm X."

Shabazz is the founder of Malcolm X Enterprises and a trustee of The Malcolm X and Dr. Betty Shabazz Memorial and Educational Center in New York City. Shabazz is also the author of "Growing Up X" and co-editor of the book "The Diary of Malcolm X" with journalist and author Herb Boyd. 

Brown Elementary has been awarded "Model PBIS Site" in Mississippi by REACH-MS. 

Way to go Brown! 

A special thanks to Ms. Russell for her hard work in making this happen!

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  • Brown Elementary Students Receive New Student Dictionaries Brown students dive into exploring their new dictionaries. The Rotary Club of Jackson distributed copies of Webster’s Encyclopedic Dictionary to third graders at Brown Elementary School December 4, 2014 ...
    Posted Dec 23, 2014, 9:47 AM by Georgette Keeler
  • JPS Parent Toolkits Provided to Help Raise Literacy Awareness JPS Parent Toolkits provide an overview of what your elementary child will learn by the end of the academic year in mathematics and English language arts/literacy. These toolkits, for ...
    Posted Dec 23, 2014, 9:16 AM by Georgette Keeler
  • JPS Launches Improved Parent Notification System for Parents In an effort to increase our ability to keep parents informed of the District's various events, activities and announcements, Jackson Public Schools has launched the Blackboard Connect parent notification ...
    Posted Dec 23, 2014, 9:10 AM by Georgette Keeler
  • Toyota Foundation Makes Huge Grant Donation Towards JPS STEM Programs Original Post Date: October 24, 2014Dr. Cedrick Gray, Superintendent for Jackson Public Schools (JPS) and Jackson Mayor Tony Yarber held a joint press conference to  announce a huge grant ...
    Posted Dec 23, 2014, 9:07 AM by Georgette Keeler
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