“To increase student achievement by expanding learning opportunities, building stronger partnerships among educators, parents, and community partners and encouraging the use of diverse and innovative learning methods and techniques. Academic excellence will be realized through individual student programs that will be supported by the principles of multiple intelligence, service learning, arts appreciation, and vocational readiness.”

Calendar of Events
  • White tail Buck hunt raffle benefiting a new Scholarship Opportunity!  2 Whitetail Buck hunts up for raffle! $100 per ticket, only 100 tickets sold for each hunt.Deadline to purchase is January 1st, drawing will be January 10th. Funds raised will go towards a Scholarship for 2019 Wallowa County graduates. Check out the fliers for more information!
    Posted Sep 19, 2018, 11:23 AM by Crystal Wilkie
  • Back to School Night!
    Posted Aug 16, 2018, 9:14 AM by Crystal Wilkie
  • SAT to be offered at JCS! This year, Guidance Counselor Mrs. Hayes will be administering the SAT at JCS on Wednesday, October 10!   This will be very beneficial, as it makes the test much more accessible to our students!  In addition, students who meet the given criteria can take the SAT for a much lower fee, or may even have their entire fee waived!  If you have questions about the test or testing                                                                                                               fees, please click here to contact Mrs. Hayes.  
    Posted Aug 9, 2018, 3:54 PM by Kendall Hayes
  • Battle of the Books! March 15, 2018 Battle of the BooksThe second annual Joseph Charter School "Battle of the Books" will be held in the Joseph cafeteria on March 15, 2018.  We are lucky enough to have snagged the Trivia Master himself, Jacob Losby to be our Master of Ceremonies!  There will be a chili feed ($5/person or $10 for family), that will include chili, cornbread and a brownie starting at 5:30, followed by the battle at 6:00.Students in 2-6 grade have been reading their books and preparing since the beginning of January.  Each grade level reads 4 selected books and then breaks up into teams to answer questions in a "jeopardy" type format.  The students are very excited about the ...
    Posted Feb 28, 2018, 7:44 AM by Angela Gorham
  • Battle of the Books! Coming up March 15, 2018 We are so excited to be planning for our Battle of the Books 2018.  Thanks to a generous grant through our JEF foundation, we have been able to purchase the books for the classrooms as our students prepare for the annual battle! This year we will still have our battle among the students in each grade level who will compete against each other in teams.  We will also be having a special battle at the end with teams made up of 4th-6th graders who will all be reading a great book called Wonder by R.J. Palacio that addresses subjects of bullying and friendship.This is a great time to get our kids excited about reading!  We encourage families ...
    Posted Jan 8, 2018, 10:33 AM by Angela Gorham
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