Jackson School

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    Our school cafeteria is now using MealViewer for our breakfast & lunch menus.  You can view our menus in MealViewer now or view this video to find out more!

School Announcements

  • daddy daughter dance The PTO will be sponsoring the Daddy Daughter Dance on the evening of February 15, 2019 from 6:00-7:30.  More information will be available during the month of February.

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  • Jackson’s Community Outreach Club Project 

    This club will be collecting and donating items to the Walter M. Crow Animal Shelter for the month of February.  All collections need to turned in by 2/22/19. They are collection the following items:

    Food and treats

    Collars and leashes

    Shampoo

    Brushes

    Towels

    Toys

    Beds 

    blankets

        Donate to animal shelter

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  • "Put 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. Our school is excited to Kick-off our Kids Heart Challenge, a community service program to benefit the American Heart Association.   You can become a heart hero, by participating in the Kids Heart Challenge event. This event will take place February 11th through the 15th 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.   Last year we raised $1,861.00. Our goal this year is to raise $2,000.

    Kids Heart Challenge  

     

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  • "LEADing the Dr. Seuss Way!

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    Jackson School will be hosting their Leadership Day on February 28, 2019 for the Leader in Me Symposium.  We are looking forward to being a showcase school for visiting educators. 

     

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  • habit 7

    Habit 7 — Sharpen the Saw - Balance Works Best

    Getting Ready for Testing Season

    As we prepare for testing season, I want all of our students to practice Habit 7, Sharpen the Saw.  When we sharpen our saw, we are taking care of our mind, body, heart and soul.  We eat healthy and we exercise.  During testing season, sometimes students experience anxiety.  We can help alleviate those anxious feelings by making sure all students get a good night’s sleep during testing. Make sure your child has a healthy breakfast on testing days.  Some healthy choices may include eggs, yogurt, granola and fruit.  After testing, make sure they get exercise and drink lots of water.  Exercise and water help to stimulate the brain.  We are looking forward to great testing work from all of our Jackson School Leaders!  

     

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  • Wig Overview   Math WIG   Writing WIG   WIG Writing Process

    Jackson School WIGS:

    WIG #1: Jackson Students will show improvement in math fluency by May 2019.  

    WIG #2:  Jackson Students  will produce 6 publish writing by May 2019.

    WIG #3: All Jackson Students will LEAD.  

     

     

     

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     Teacher of the Year

    Congratulations to Ms. Kristen Dodson for being Jackson School's Teacher of the Year for 2019!  She is a 3rd Grade teacher. 

    TOY 2019    TOY 2019 Class

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  • 2018-2019 Reading Teacher of the Year

    Congratulations to Ms. Kristen Dodson, 3rd Grade Teacher, who will represent Jackson School as the Reading Teacher of the Year for 2018-2019.

                       Reading TOY Class 18-19 Reading TOY 18-19

    Ms. Dodson and Ms. Goodwin           Ms. Dodsonr's 3rd Grade Class 2018-2019

     

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  • Parents'/Guardians' Rights Notification

    Parents/Guardians in the Kershaw County School District have the right to learn about the following qualifications of their child's teacher: state licensure requirements for the grade level and content areas taught, the current licensing status of your child's teacher, and baccalaureate/graduate certification/degree. You may also request the qualifications of an instructional paraprofessional who serves your student in a Title I program or if your school operates a schoolwide Title I program. Parents/Guardians may request this information from the principal by calling 425-8965 or by sending a letter of request to Mrs. Goodwin.  (matia.goodwin@kcsdschools.net)

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  • Yearbook

     

    Yearbooks are on sale!  The cost is $20. You may purchase online www.strawbridge.net. The online code is 100388.  Cash or check may be sent to the school and turned into Melinda Boggs.

     

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  • RAA

     During the week of February 25th-March 4th, 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  Camden High School. We will host an author visit from Henry Cole and a Reading Magic Show with Tim Sonefelt. 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-Wear something wacky
    • Thursday-Reading and LEADing on Leadership Day- Wear your Leadership T-shirt
    • Friday-Cat in the Hat-Wear your favorite hat and donate $1 to Relay for Life

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

     

     

     

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From the Principal

  • Jackson School Families!

    Posted by Donna Myles on 2/3/2019 8:00:00 AM

    Jackson School Families,

    We are excited about being chosen as a school that will be apart of the South Carolina leadership symposium.  We will have our leadership day, Thursday, February 28 and we will showcase all of the great things happening at our school.

    As always, Thank you for supporting Jackson School where we LEAD, Encourage, Achieve and Dream.  

    Educationally yours, Mrs. Goodwin

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