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  • WELCOME TO
    JACKSON ELEMENTARY
     
    “Learning Today, Leading Tomorrow” 
     
    Lynne Ennis, Principal    ~~    Kyle Gerhard, Asst. Principal   
     

     
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  • 6th Grade Promotion


     

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  • Regist  
    Kinder Registration Hours
    Monday-Friday
    8:00 a.m.-11:00 a.m.

    1:00 p.m.-3:00 p.m.

     Please come into the school office to pick-up an enrollment packet for the 2016-2017 school year!
     

     Kindergarten Admission: (EC 48000a) A child will be admitted to a kindergarten program at the beginning of a school year, if the child will have his or her fifth birthday on or before September 1 for the 2016-17.
     
    Transitional Kindergarten Admission:
    (EC 48000 c) Transitional kindergarten is the first year of a two-year kindergarten program.  A child is eligible for transitional kindergarten if his or her fifth birthday falls between September 2 and December 2 for the 2016-2017 school year.
     

     
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  • Lost and Found

    Our wonderful PTA has taken the time to organize our Lost and Found bin! If your child is missing any items such as a jacket, sweater, hat, or a bag, please stop by before or after school to check out the lost and found. Please check in at the front office to obtain a visitor badge.

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  • Certificated Employee of the Year

    Jackson Elementary is pleased to announce Mrs. Arteaga as Certificated Employee of the Year. Mrs. Arteaga exemplifies every quality any parent or student would request in identifying the ideal teacher. She is kind, nurturing, humorous, hard-working, communicative, structured, organized, prepared and cares deeply for the students and families she serves. She demonstrates a passion for her responsibilities that is apparent in everything she does and says. Her skills in instructional pedagogy are effective, research-based and on target to meet the learning needs of her students. Her skills in instructional pedagogy are effective, research-based and on target to meet the learning needs of her students. She has embraced the shifts in the Common Core State Standards with enthusiasm and models those shifts for colleagues for the benefit of all. Her skills in incorporating technology into everyday instruction not only benefit her own students, but students in her teammates’ classrooms as well. She isn’t afraid to try new things and continually searches for new strategies that support learning. As a result, her second grade students are generating presentations done on Google Slides, are completing projects to demonstrate their concept attainment in a variety of content areas, or are working together in learning groups in a student-centered, highly engaged environment. Mrs. Arteaga is a strong voice and advocate for all the students at Jackson and is a leader among the staff. She has served as Grade Level Team Leader, PTA member, School Site Council member, volunteers for a variety of school committees, such as the Carnival Committee, Jump Rope for Heart, and is always willing to help when needed. Congratulations, Mrs. Arteaga on this well deserved honor!

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  • Classified Employee of the Year

    We are pleased to announce the recipient of the Classified Employee of the Year for the 2015-16 School Year. Mrs. Regina (Gina) Woods is an Instructional Assistant II in our upper grade moderate/severe classroom. She provides support to the students and teacher, helping students as they complete assignments and meet their daily obligations. Mrs. Woods has been at Jackson since and has demonstrated the high quality of work we have come to expect from all our classroom support personnel. She is always cheerful and quick to lend a hand in whatever way she can provide support, both in and outside her classroom. Her expertise is guiding students through a lesson, making good decisions about what students need and supervising students during lunch with a kind and nurturing hand, is greatly appreciated by all who come in contact with her. Mrs. Woods volunteers on School Site Council and other schoolwide events, demonstrating her belief that everyone should work together and pitch in for the benefit of the Jackson students and families we serve. Congratulations, Gina Woods on this well-deserved honor!

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  • LCAP Community Engagement Forums set

    Thank you Riverside for helping us to develop our first Local Control and Accountability Plan (LCAP). We now invite you to hear about our progress and to give us input on next steps. Click the headline above for a list of our community engagement meetings. You also can give input online. Visit www.successforstudents.org to learn more. Cliick the headline above for a flyer with more details on meeting dates and times.

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  • LOST AND FOUND

    Please remember to have your students check our lost and found for any missing items. With the weather becoming colder there has been an increase in jackets and other items being left in the lunchroom and on the playground. Please remember to check yourself or have your students check for anything they may be missing. Jackets, sweaters, lunch boxes, hats, etc.

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  • Aeries Parent Portal Online Student Data Access System

    As part of our continuing efforts to provide information regarding your student’s progress and status, parents will be able to view information from our secure school database using the RUSD Parent Portal.

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  • WE LOVE OUR VOLUNTEERS!

    The Jackson staff feels fortunate to have wonderful volunteers who work with our teachers to support achievement. Our volunteers are parents, community members and retired teachers. Volunteers are needed in in all of our classrooms, even in the upper grades! If you are interested in volunteering in a classroom, in our library, or even in the office, contact us! Regular volunteers must be approved by the classroom teacher, library media clerk or office staff and must adhere to a regular schedule. Unfortunately, we cannot accommodate volunteers on a drop-in basis. You may volunteer in your child's classroom for single events as well. When volunteers are needed for events such as class parties, chaperoning field trips, or other events, the teacher will send information home to request volunteers. Your child's teacher will then notify you of the details of volunteering for that event, or if the need for volunteers has been satisfied.

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