Ream Decor Contest


In an effort to bring creativity back into the school, and bring families together in a creative way, Jeffery Elementary School held a Ream Décor Contest.  The winners were announced on a historic day for Jeffery, as it was dedicated on November 13, 1969.

Families and classrooms worked together to create art project and sculptures using unopened reams of copy paper.  Family participation was encouraged and there was no limit to the amount of reams that could be used.

The final projects were judged using a rubric by the Special Education department who came up with the idea.  They were judged on creativity, neatness, use of color, unique materials and craftsmanship.  The winners were able to choose from prizes including principal for a day, sitting in the teachers chair, extra specials and Wii Dance with the Principal.  The classroom that brought in the most reams of paper won the grand prize, which is a gym class directed by our own Superintendent, Dr. Sue Savaglio-Jarvis.

Check out the Ream Decor Submissions we received!