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Jacinthia Jones

Title: Deputy metro editor
Contact: 901-529-2780 | Send Jacinthia an email

About Jacinthia Jones

No biography available.

Position History

  • Deputy metro editor
    02/22/2001 - current

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Recent Work

  • Difficulty getting into Oak Forest School to vote resolved Updated 01/12/2010 at 2:50 p.m.

    Some voters participating in today’s special state House election may have walked away without casting a ballot thinking they had been locked out of their voting precinct.

  • Internet eBeams education Published 11/05/2008 at midnight

    Arlington Middle School teacher Jeffrey Caswell projects the agenda for the week on a large interactive white board mounted over the chalkboard in the front of the class.

  • Race for Education 5K runs up funding for county schools Published 10/31/2008 at midnight

    The eighth annual Race for Education for Shelby County Schools is Sunday at Cameron Brown Park off Farmington Boulevard in Germantown.

  • Beating victim's mom sues Shelby County Schools Published 10/30/2008 at midnight

    The mother of a 16-year-old boy has filed a federal lawsuit against Shelby County Schools and the sheriff's office alleging negligence, false arrest and false imprisonment of her son following a beating he received by schoolmates that was captured on ...

  • County schools energize savings Published 10/29/2008 at midnight

    The utility bill for Shelby County Schools was about $670,000 last month.

  • Nearly time to redraw school lines Updated 10/25/2008 at 9:49 p.m.

    Rezoning is inevitable for hundreds, if not thousands, of Shelby County Schools students next year. What's not so certain is just how everything will look when it's over.

  • County schools consider e-learning Published 10/24/2008 at midnight

    The Shelby County Board of Education doesn't seem inclined to appease parents by zoning more students to Bartlett High School. Instead, school officials say Internet courses may be the best way to address concerns about shrinking course offerings because of ...

  • Friday night lights: Volunteers fill fund gap for bands, teams Published 10/17/2008 at 12:05 a.m.

    An hour and a half before kickoff, a half-dozen band boosters have loaded the xylophones and other large, stationary percussion instruments onto carts lined up outside the Arlington High School band room.

  • Still time to comment on school uniforms Published 10/11/2008 at midnight

    Shelby County Schools has received more than 8,000 responses to its online dress code survey since September.

  • Learning early: Southwind Middle School gets into political spirit Published 10/05/2008 at 9:49 p.m.

    At 13, Robert Hunt is too young to vote, but old enough to care.

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