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  • 5/24/2018

    Breakfast: Waffles OR Cereal with WG Proball

    Lunch: BBQ Riblet Sandwich, Seasoned Wedges, Celery Sticks w/ Baby Carrots, Rosy Applesauce and Banana

    Fresh Express Option: Chef Salad with Diced Ham, Grapes and Wheat Thin Crackers

  • 5/25/2018

    Breakfast: Chicken Biscuit OR Cereal with Toast and Jelly

    Lunch: Chili Cheese Nachos, Seasoned Corn, Pinto Beans, Chilled Peaches and 100% Fruit Punch

    Fresh Express Options: Seasoned Chicken Wrap with Brownie

School Announcements

  •  Teacher of the Year Gala

    Congratulations and job well done! Jackson School was well represented at the Teacher of the Year Gala held on April 19th. Ms. Matia Goodwin, Principal of the Year, Ms. Jennifier Infinger, Jackson Teacher of the Year and Mr. Jonathan Hunt, Outstanding First Year Teacher were all honored for their outstanding professionalism in education. 

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  • Wig 2018

    Jackson School WIGS:

    WIG #1: 400 of 500 Jackson Students (100%) will show improvement in math by May 2018.  

    WIG #2: 400 of 500 Jackson Students (100%) will show improvement in reading by May 2018.

    WIG #3: All Jackson Students will LEAD.  

     

     

     

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  • Calling for All Library Books!

    All library books checked out by students need to be returned no later than May 16th.  If your child has lost or damaged  books this year and has a fine, please pay the fine by the end of the year.

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  • Awards Day Dates and Times

    May 23

    1st Grade 12:00

    2nd Grade 1:00

    May 24

    4th Grade 12:00

    3rd Grade 9:15

    May 25

    5th Grade Graduation 9:00

    May 29

    Kindergarten Graduation 9:00

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  • Nurse’s News

    If your child has any medication at school it must be picked up by the last day of school, Friday, June 1, 2018.   These medications can not be sent home with the child and must be picked up. Please pick up any medications you have brought to school this year.  This includes tablets, pills, liquids, eye drops, cough drops, inhalers, ointments, nebulizers, EpiPens, Glucagon injections, and any other medical equipment that you have brought to school for your child and wish to keep. Any medication remaining at school after June 5, 2018 will be discarded. If you have any questions, please call the health room at 425-8965.

    Thanks Again,

    Jennifer Reeves, RN, BSN, School Nurse

    Susan Workman, Health Room Assistant

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  • Habit 8

     Find Your Voice  and Inspire Others to Find Theirs

     

    When you find your voice, you have found something that you are good at.  You focus on your strengths.  You then use the things you do well to help inspire others.  Think about people in your family, community, or world who have made a difference in your life and have inspired you in some way.  Create a list of the inspirational people in your life.   Write down some of the things that inspire you about them.  Now you practice finding your voice!

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  • Golden Apple Award

    The Golden AppGolden Apple le Award is an award that teachers and staff give to recognize and honor their peers for a job well-done.  The April Award recipients were  Kristen Dodson, 3rd Grade Teacher, and Elsie Grace, Special Education Assistant.  Congratulations and we honor you for always going the “Extra Mile.”

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  • “Win with 10”

    Summer Reading Logs

    #readwithme this summer!

     

    Dear Parents,       

    We so appreciate you encouraging your child to read this summer! Your support and assistance is crucial as they develop this skill that they will use every day, in every subject for the rest of their lives. As budding readers, it is important for us to follow their lead in book selection, allowing them to explore a variety of books. More than anything else, we want to create a love of books and literature and avoid making reading seem like a chore.

    Through books, you and your child can visit distant lands, learn new vocabulary, and experience new ideas, all while enjoying time spent together. That is the beauty of a great book! With younger children, read the book with them, asking questions about the illustrations and the story, checking for comprehension, building vocabulary and “collecting experiences.” For older, more independent readers, ask them to tell you about the story. Of course, our children never grow too old for a great read aloud, so don’t shy away from a family read aloud, even for older readers. You’ll be amazed by how much they love it (and you will too)!

     

    Fun Ways to Read!

     

    • Read to a stuffed animal
    • Kids read to mom/dad/grandmom as they drive on trips
    • Facetime with a family member and read a story to them.
    • Record yourself reading and share your story with a family member or friend to listen to.
    • Read to a pet
    • Read in the dark with a flashlight.
    • Read in a tree
    • Listen to an audiobook
    • Have someone take pictures of you reading in interesting places
    • Visit the animal shelter and read to the animals
    • Buddy read with a friend and have fun reading discussions
    • Read a fiction book and a nonfiction on the same topic (example: I Don’t want to be a Frog and Life Cycle of a Frog)

     

    On the reverse side of this letter is your child’s summer reading log. Please encourage and assist your child with their reading. The Kershaw County Library also has a summer reading program for students.  Pre-K through 5th graders only need to read six books to participate in the public library program.  If your child reads at least 10 books and returns the completed and signed attached reading log, he or she will be invited to a reading celebration at the beginning of next year.

    All reading logs are due to the library by September 3rd.  Students who return their logs will be invited to a Jackson School Read-In on September 13th. 

    Thank you for supporting your child’s reading,

    Donna K. Myles, Media Specialist @ JES

     

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  • TOY 2018

     Teacher of the Year

    Congratulations to Ms. Jennifer Infinger for being Jackson School's Teacher of the Year for 2018!  She is a 3rd Grade teacher. 

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  • 2017-2018 Reading Teacher of the Year

    Congratulations to Ms. Jennifer Infinger, 3rd Grade Teacher, who will represent Jackson School as the Reading Teacher of the Year for 2017-2018.

    2017 RTOY    Infinger's 3rd grade class

        Ms. Turner, Ms. Infinger and Ms. Goodwin                   Ms. Infinger's 3rd Grade Class 2017-2018

     

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  • Lunch Bunch Literature Circle Sends a "Big Thank You!" to Burger King

    A big "Thank You" goes out to Burger King of Camden for sponsoring the Lunch Bunch Literature Circles for our school for the months of March-May.  They have or will treat our students to lunch on the last day of their lunch time literature circles hosted by our librararian, Ms. Myles.

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  • Be Great Academy AfterSchool Program Registration

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From the Principal

  • Welcome from the Principal

    Posted by Donna Myles on 5/4/2018 10:00:00 AM

    Wow...This school year has gone by so quickly.  I want to thank all of our parents for being supportive of our school during the 2017 - 2018 school year.  We look forward to seeing you at all of the Awards Day Programs and Celebrations that will take place during the month of May.  

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

    Educationally yours,

    Mrs. Goodwin

    Jackson School
    Kershaw County School District
     

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