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

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  • Families First
    The Academic English Learner and Student Support Department has developed a new parent education program for Title 1 Schools. The title of the program is RUSD's Families First. Within the program, there are three parent education series:
     
     
    Home, School and Beyond
    Learn the first steps to prepare your child for success at home, at school and beyond.
        
    January 15 - February 12 - March 12 - April 16 - May 14
     
     
    Parent Toolbox
    Access informational tools and resources available in RUSD to support your child's academic achievement
     
    January 8 - February 5 - March 26 - April 30 - May 7
     
     
    USA Learners 
    Learn or improve basic English Skills
     
    January 22 - February 19 - March 19 - April 9 - May 21 - June 4
     
    ***All classes are on Thursdays from 8:00 -10:00am in Room 3A***
     
     

     
     
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Jackson Headlines

  • 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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