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Parent Survey

 We invite the parents of Jackson Elementary Students to take a moment and complete the following survey.

The purpose of this survey is to find out your opinions about your child's school.
Read each statement and choose the response that most closely matches your opinion.
Please answer each item honestly. Your responses will be completely confidential. 

http://www.advanc-ed.org/survey/public/1765574

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OPEN HOUSE

For

2015-2016

School Year 

Pre-K - Kindergarten

July 29th, 2015

6pm- 7pm

1st Grade- 5th Grade

July 30th, 2015

5pm-7pm

 

 

 

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SUMMER OFFICE HOURS

 

Monday-Thursday 8-3

 

June 1-July 23

 

770-775-9480

 

 

 

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 Jackson Elementary School

Suggested School Supply List 2015-2016

Please visit our school website for more information regarding school policies and procedures.

*NO ROLLING BOOK BAGS*

 

Kindergarten

12 pencils (#2 pencils)

4 boxes Crayola crayons   (8 count)

4* glue sticks (NO   liquid glue)

1 box Crayola markers

1 pack cap erasers

2 3-ring binders (1”)

1 folder (2 Pockets- NO   prongs)

1 box sandwich Ziploc bags   (1 zip)

1 box gallon Ziploc bags   (1 zip)

1 set of earbuds or   headphones

* A bookbag large  enough to hold a 3-ring binder; No rolling   book bags

*may need additional glue sticks before   year’s end

 

First Grade

24 pencils (#2 pencils)

1 box crayons (24 count)

4 glue sticks

1 pair scissors (blunt   tip)

1 pack colored pencils

1 plastic pencil box

2 Pink Pearl Erasers

1 3-ring binder (1”)

4 folders (2 pockets- NO   prongs)

8 folders (2 pockets-   With Prongs)

1 box Ziploc bags   (quart)

1 set of earbuds or headphones

*may need additional   paper and pencils before year’s end

Second Grade

4 pack 24pencils (#2   pencils)

1 box crayons (24 count)

4 glue sticks

1 box Crayola markers

1   pair scissors (blunt tip)

2 packs wide-ruled   notebook paper

4 Pacon ½ in ruled   composition books (primary paper)

1 box Ziploc bags   (quart)

2 Pink Pearl Erasers

3 vinyl two pocket   folders (solid)

1 set of earbuds or headphones

*may need additional   paper and pencils before year’s end

Third Grade

4 pack 24pencils (#2 pencils)

1 box crayons (24 count)

4 glue sticks

1 pack erasers

5 pack wide-ruled   notebook paper

5 composition notebooks (NO spirals)

5 folders ( pockets,   with-prongs)

1 3-ring binder notebook   (1-1 ½”)

1 set of earbuds or   headphones

1 pack of highlighters

1 box Ziploc bags   (quart)

1 pack of red pens

8 Gig USB thumb drive

*may need additional   paper and pencils before year’s end

Fourth Grade

4 pack 24pencils (#2 pencils)

1 zippered pencil pouch

5 packs wide-ruled   notebook paper

1 pack colored pencils

5 composition notebooks (NO spirals)

1 3-ring binder (1½”)

2 packs subject dividers

3 folders (with prongs)

1 set of earbuds or   headphones

1 pack of highlighters

8 Gig USB thumb drive

 

*may   need additional paper and pencils before year’s end

Fifth Grade

4 pack 24pencils (#2 pencils)

10 folders (2 pockets, 3-prongs)

5 packs   notebook paper

1 3-ring binder (1”- for Agenda)

12 pack color pencils

1 pack copy paper

1 set of earbuds or   headphones

8 Gig USB thumb drive

 

*may need additional   paper and pencils before year’s end

 

As you shop for clothing this summer, keep in mind that Jackson Elementary School Supports the Butts County Board of Education Dress Code Policy

“Dress For Success”

&   No tank tops, halter tops, cropped tops, capped sleeves, spaghetti straps, see-through mesh, fishnet tops, sleeveless shirts/jerseys

nor clothes with cuts, slits, or holes are allowed.

&   Clothing with words or symbols (such as pictures and/or emblems) that advocate violence or terrorism, that are vulgar, or

which advertise alcohol, drugs, or illegal activities are prohibited.

&   Vests, blazers, sweaters, parkas, coats, windbreakers, or sweatshirts, which meet the requirements of this dress code, may be worn over shirts.

&   All pants/shorts must be worn at the waist and should not drag the ground. Pant legs may not be mega-wide, pushed or rolled up.

&   Belts are to be worn correctly with the entire belt within the belt loops. All shirts are to be tucked into the pants.

&    Spandex, leggings, jeggings, biker’s pants, excessively tight, or form-fitting clothing are not allowed.

&   Shorts, skirts and dresses must be long enough to come below the fingertips or longer.

&   Shoes shall be properly fitted or strapped. No wheelies, roller shoes, or flip-flops. Sandals with back heel strap are allowed.

 

           Tennis shoes are a requirement for P.E.

Donations of boxed tissues, hand sanitizer, baby wipes, and paper towels will be greatly appreciated.
 


 

This is turning out to be a very active flu season. The CDC recommends a three step approach to fighting influenza (flu).  The first step is to get the flu vaccination each year.  Secondly, if you do get the flu, then there are prescription antiviral drugs that can treat your illness. See your doctor when symptoms arise in you or your child.  Early treatment is especially warranted for the very young, people with chronic health conditions, and the elderly.  Finally, please make sure that you take everyday precautions for prevention.  

 To learn more about this years flu outbreak, click here.
Everyday precautions include:

If you or your child gets sick with flu-like symptoms, then the CDC recommends that the sick person should stay home for at least 24 hours after the fever is gone except to get medical care.  The fever should be gone without the use of a fever-reducing medicine such as Tylenol or Advil. 

While sick, limit contact with others as soon as possible to keep from infecting them.

Cover your nose and mouth with a tissue when you cough or sneeze.  Use the "vampire sneeze" of using your elbow instead of your hands when possible to limit the spreading of the virus or germs.

Avoid touching your eyes, nose, and mouth.  Germs spread this way.

Eat with utensils.  Avoid using your hands to eat food if possible.

Wash your hands often with soap and water.  Sing the "Happy Birthday" song as you wash so that you make sure that the hands are clean as you lather and scrub both sides of your hands.  If soap and water are not available, then use alcohol-based hand sanitizer.

Clean and disinfect surfaces and objects that may be contaminated with flu virus or other germs.

Routinely clean frequently touched objects and surfaces including door knobs, car door handles, keyboards, phones, and tables.

Practice good health habits. Get plenty of sleep and exercise, manage your stress, drink plenty of fluids, and eat healthy food.

 

 

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JES is a tobacco free school!
School policy prohibits
 the use of all tobacco products,
 everywhere, by everyone,
 24 hours per day, 7 days per week!
Thank you for your cooperation!

 


 

 

Free Breakfast served each school day 7:15 - 7:40

Free Lunch for all students! 

Please note that May Menues will not be linked or posted due to the amount of menu changes that occur in May.

 

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Use this link to order your Yearbook NOW!!!

 

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It's Time to Link Your Ingles Advantage Card to

Jackson Elementary School!!!

 

Click here to link your card online.
Remember, this must be done each school year.

When you link your card to our school, we receive a portion of your purchase amount each time you use your Advantage Card at Ingles.  Thank you in advance for your support.

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