Voted the most

Jackson Prep recently held its 2017 Précis Pageant. Voted Most Beautiful and Most Handsome were (from left) Sara Thomas Easley and Christopher Russell.

Fab friends

The Fabulous Friends class at First Presbyterian Day School held a bake sale for each of their grades to raise money for Holiday Potpourri, the school’s annual fund-raiser. Shown are (from left) Taylor Edmonson, Scarlett Vineyard and Ava Hutton Gregory. Not pictured: Leighton Myrick.

Join parade

Members of Jackson Academy’s marching band (back) Ben Sigler; (front) Logan Thomas, Ilana Dallaire, and Ashton Tate participated in the Hudspeth Christmas Parade, marching to bring music to Hudspeth Regional Center’s residents.

Snow Bliss

St. Andrew’s Episcopal School students enjoying their snow day are (from left, back) Emma Brown, Lillian Sistrunk, Andrew Brown, Jack Adams; (front) Gigi Adams, and May Taylor.

Dress for funds

Jackson Academy students (from left) Charlie Nutter, Davis Cress, Marcus Harris, Deuce Miner, Trey Adams, and Pariss Smoot took part in a Christmas-themed dress day to raise funds for the Ronald McDonald House.

Samaritan’s purse

Sixth-graders at First Presbyterian Day School packed boxes together for Operation Christmas Child - Samaritan’s Purse. Shown are (from left) Barrett Lott, Micah Stallworth, and Luke Smith.

Reading fair winners

Samuel McLean Pooley, (left) son of Mr. and Mrs. Sam Pooley, won first place in the first-grade division of the JPS Reading Fair and will advance to the regional competition. Khloe Newsome, (center) daughter of Robert and Dominique Newsome, won second place in the second-grade division. Tripp McGowan, (right) son of the Rev. and Mrs.


Jackson Academy’s Interact Club members (from left) Ainsley Kling, Fran Wilkirson, Caroline Crisler, Gretchen Morris, Houston Hearn, and Charlie Nutter volunteered in a holiday bake sale to raise funds for Canopy Children’s Solutions.



Refill Café is a developing organization, run by Jeff Good, that will open late this year.