Jack Jouett Middle School
Jack Jouett Middle School is an Albemarle County public middle schools offering classes in sixth through eighth grade. Jack Jouett is part of the Northern Feeder Pattern. Jack Jouett students attended either Agnor-Hurt Elementary School, Greer Elementary School, Broadus Wood Elementary School, or Woodbrook Elementary School and will continue on to graduate from Albemarle High School. As of 2012 Jack Jouett has 581 students enrolled and employs 65 staff and faculty members.
Jack Jouett Middle School is named for Jack Jouett (patriot), a hero of the American Revolution nicknamed the "Paul Revere of the South" after he rode to warn Thomas Jefferson late at night of an impending British attack on Charlottesville. The school opened in 1966 on the same day as Henley Middle School. With an overwhelming number of students for the two middle schools, many students were transferred to Burley High School, which became known as the "Jack Jouett Junior Annex" until 1977, when, with the completion of Western Albemarle High School, Jack Jouett was confirmed as a middle school providing sixth through eighth grade classes. In 2003 the school underwent major construction, with significant additions including 11 classrooms and major renovations to the library and main office areas.
The current principal of Jack Jouett Middle School is Kathryn Baylor.
The following is a list of people who have served as principal
|2006 - present||Kathryn Baylor|
|2003 - 2006||David Rogers|
|1995 - 2003||Russell L. Jarrett|
|1974 - 1995||James Helvin|
|1970 - 1974||Robert Thraves|
|1966 - 1970||G. Elwood Hall|
Safe routes to school
Jack Jouett School is located at 210 Lambs Lane.
- ↑ 1.0 1.1 1.2 1.3 Web. Jack Jouett Middle School Profile, Albemarle County Public Schools, retrieved June 1, 2012.
- ↑ Web. Jackson P. Burley School Profile, Albemarle County Public Schools, retrieved June 1, 2012.
- ↑ Web. Safe Routes to School Travel Plan - Greer Elementary and Jouett Middle, retrieved June 6, 2012.