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  • "Putting Your Heart in It" Jackson School 

    Every year Jackson School teams up with the American Heart Association to help raise funds to support cardiovascular research and education that helps save lives in their community and across the country.  You can become a heart hero, by participating in the Jump Rope for Heart event.    This event will take place February 13th through the 17th  during the Physical Education class.  Each student is asked to raise $5.00 or more for the event. The students that raise $5.00 or more will get a chance to jump in the bounce house on the event day. Last year Jackson School raised $2,341.00 in which $350.00 were on-line donations.  Our goal this year is get more on- line donations and to raise $2,500.00 or more.  

     

     

    Thanks for “Putting your heart in it” Jackson School!

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  • Spring Book Fair Coming to Jackson

    The Jackson Library will be hosting a new vendor for it’s spring book fair.  As your child’s reading abilities improve, it is a good ideas to reevaluate the books that you have in your home to ensure that they are challenging and interesting for their level of learning.  A great way to add books to your home library is to visit the Treehouse Book Fair.  There will be leveled books that are very affordable. So,  mark your calendars for March 27-31 for the Treehouse Book Fair.  Muffins for Mom will be on March 28th and the book fair will be open for a special shopping time for you and your child to choose books together. Look for more information  during the month on March. 

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  • peanut butter

    Beginning February 1, we will introduce peanut butter cups with our fruit bowls

    district wide. (Beginning, February 1, we will introduce peanut butter cups with

    our fruit bowls in our fresh express menu.) These peanut butter cups are pre-

    packaged and sealed. We will continue to take precautions for our students who

    have peanut allergies. Students who have identified peanut allergies will be offered yogurt or cheese sticks in the

    place of the peanut butter cup with the fruit bowl meal.  If you have any questions about these changes, please contact

    Ms. Brown, Cafeteria Manager. We look forward to continuing to provide healthy and nutritious meals for your students in the new year!

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  • LOTM

     

     

     

     

     

    December

    Kennedy Mills-5th Grade

    Dixiana Manuels– 1st Grade

    Sophia Potteiger 1st Grade

    Cooper Black-1st Grade

     January

    Luis Torres-5th Grade

    Alan Rivera Navarro –5th Grade

    Bryce Haggins-Kindergarten

    Bella Grace Bass-2nd Grade

    Willie Ballard-1st Grade

    Aaliyah Bradford 1st Grade

    Kamani Williams-4th Grade

    Kayland Mearnes-5th Grade

    Romon Pressley 5th Grad

     

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    The students voted for the SCPBA in January.  There were 388 votes (100%) cast for the SC Picture Book Award from Pre-K through 2nd grades.  The favorite for our school was Rags: Hero Dog of WWI: A True Story by Marot Theis Raven. It received 100 votes. The 4th and 5th Graders will be voting for the SC Children’s Book Award in February. The state winners will be announced at the SCASL conference in March.  We are in the process of designing the SCPBA Banner for state-level competition. A group of second grade students have been selected to help create and assemble the banner.  They have chosen the book Gaston by Kelly DiPucchio. Final information will be shared in the April Newsletter.

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  • SCCBA Voting at JES

    The students voted for the SCCBA in February.  There were 118 votes cast for the the SC Children's Book Award from the 4th and 5th Grades.  The favorite book for the school was Ranger in Time: Rescue on the Oregon Trail by Kate Messner.  It received 27 votes.

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  • TOY

     

    Congratulations to Ms. Aimee Nesbitt  for being Jackson School Teacher of the Year for 2017.  She  is a kindergarten teachers.

     

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  • Golden Apple Award

    The Golden AppGolden Apple Award le Award is an award that teachers and staff  give to recognize and   honor their peers for a job well-done.  The  January Award recipients were  Austin Bull, instructional assistant and Paula Farmer, Reading Interventionist. They gave the award to Sandy Ridley, instructional assistant, and Jennifer Manuel, Art Teacher, for the February Golden Apple Award. Congratulations and we honor you for always going the “Extra Mile.”

     

     

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  • Habit 6 Habit 6 — Synergize

    Helen Keller once said, "Alone we can do so little, together we can do so much."
     
    When we synergize we are working together to come up with unique ideas.  Our Jackson School Leaders are taught to practice synergy in the classrooms by working with their accountability partners or working in a small group.  When we work as a TEAM (Together Everyone Achieves More), we can all celebrate our many successes.  Practice talking to your children at home about how you can synergize with the chores at home or while doing homework.  Continue practicing the 7 Habits at school and at home.  
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  • RAA

     During the week of February 27th-March 3rd, Dr. Seuss will be on the loose at Jackson School.  There are many fun activities going on that promote reading literacy with children.  There will be readers from the Camden Rotary Readers and Camden High School. There will also be fun daily themes for students to participate in throughout the week.

    • Monday-I Can Read with My Eyes Shut-Wear Readable clothes
    • Tuesday-Fox in Sox-Wear your crazy socks
    • Wednesday– Wacky Wednesday-Eat breakfast for Lunch
    • Thursday-Thing One Thing Two– Dress up like Thing One and Two with a friend or twins
    • Friday-Cat in the Hat-Wear your favorite hat

     A flyer with more information will be sent home in late February.

     

     

     

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  • 2016-17 Reading Teacher of the Year

    Congratulations to Ms. Jessica Baipho, 4th Grade Teacher, who will represent Jackson School as the Reading Teacher of the Year for 20162017.

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  • PTO SpringFundraiser

    apple Our spring fundraiser will begin on February 13th and go through February 28th. This year we will be selling miscellaneous items and cookie dough.  The approximate delivery date will be the week of March 27th. Please note that if you order cookie dough, the school does not have the freezer space to store it, so please make sure you are able to pick it up the day it is delivered.  Watch for additional information to come home soon.

     

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  • Be Great Academy AfterSchool Program Registration

    Be Great Academy

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From the Principal

  • Welcome from the Principal

    Posted by Donna Myles at 1/31/2017 8:00:00 AM
     

    We have had an awesome 1st Semester at Jackson School, where we have been busy setting goals, having data chats and celebrating victories.   Our Jackson  LEADers have worked hard and I was so proud of all of their accomplishments and celebrations that were shared at our 2nd nine weeks awards day program.  

    We are doing our annual Leader In Me Celebration this week.  We hope our parents will be able to attend our Parent Leadership Day that will take place Wednesday, February 1.  This will be a time where our students will showcase their leadership.  

    Thank you for an excellent 1st semester!

    Matia W. Goodwin
    Principal
    Jackson School
    Kershaw County School District
     

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