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  • Red Ribbon Week 2017

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    I would like to thank everyone for their support during Red Ribbon Week.  This year’s theme was “REAL HEROES DON’T DO DRUGS”.   We want to encourage our students to be healthy and stay DRUG FREE.  Below are 10 Quick Steps for PARENTING FOR PREVENTION:

     

    1. Talk with your child about alcohol and other drugs.
    2. Learn to really listen to your child.
    3. Help your child feel good about him/herself.
    4. Help your child develop strong values.
    5. Be a good role model.
    6. Help your child deal with peer pressure.
    7. Make family rules.
    8. Encourage healthy and creative activities.
    9. Team up with other parents.
    10. Know what to do if you suspect a problem.

    Warm Regards,

    Sharon Bond, School Counselor

    myles and dodson   RRW   RRW   Character Dress up   winner

     

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  • Children's Illustrator Coming to Jackson 

    library Dragon  Michael P. White, children's illustrator, will conduct a school visit during the week of November 13th-17th with all of our students during their scheduled library and guidance times.  Mr. White is best know for his illustrations in the books  Library Dragon and Return of the Library Dragon by Carmen Agra Deedy. He will be sharing how illustrations connect with the author's text in a book, what a career as an artist is like.  Students will also be drawing with him during their time with him.  Bringing Mr. White was made possible through an art grt grant from the SC Arts Commission, SC Department of Education.  Books will also be available to purchase and have autographed by Mr. White.  More information will be sent home closer to the event.

    michael P. White

     
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  • Nurse’s News

     

     

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    As a School Nurse, I have been busy reviewing immunization certificates to ensure compliance with SC Immunization Laws. If your child has any shots during the school year please send an updated SC Certificate of Immunization to school.

    Flu season is fast approaching. Here are some facts about the flu virus:

    * Influenza or “the flu” is an illness that affects our entire body, including the lungs. As many as one in five Americans will get the flu each year. A virus that spreads from person to person causes flu.  

    * You get the flu from other people. The flu virus spreads through coughing or sneezing. It also spreads by touching something that a sick person has touched and then touching your eyes, nose or mouth.

    * Sometimes you can have the flu and not know it. Here are some signs that you might have the flu:

    • high fever (temperature higher than 100 degrees Fahrenheit)
    • headache
    • fatigue
    • dry cough
    • sore throat
    • runny or stuffy nose

    Children and some adults may also have:

    • upset stomach
    • vomiting.

    Remember that no medication can be sent with students to school. An adult must bring medication in. They must have a permission form signed by parent and physician to have medication at school. Thanks for helping us make this a happy and healthy school year!

     

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  • Habit 4 — Think Win-Win

    4 Think Win-Win is the habit of mutual respect.  When we think Win-Win, we make sure everyone leaves the situation feeling like a winner. For example, if we think Win-Win with school assignments, we make sure our work is completed.  It's a win for the student because they are staying on task and it's a win for the teacher, because they know the student is putting forth their best efforts.  This situation is a win for the parents too, because they know they are producing the future leaders of tomorrow and all parents want successful, hard working students.  So, this month, think about some different ways that you can create some WIN-WIN situations.    

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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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    Jackson Lead in Me Pageant Night

    Jackson School hosted its fifth leadership pageant.  This year the theme was Love, Learn, Lead... Leave a Legacy.  30 Jackson Leaders participated and the pageant raised over $3500.00 for the school.  The proceeds will be used to purchase material for Leadership Clubs, sponsor grade level leadership activities and assist the school with its Leader In Me Initiatives.  
    We are proud to announce our 2017 - 2018 royal leaders: 
    4th Grade Leader: Audriana Phillips, Little Mister Leader In Me: Bryce Williams, 1st Grade Leader: Hailey Pettit, Little Miss Leader In Me: Kaitlyn Johnson, 5th Grade Leader: Carleigh Wallace, Jackson School Sweet Heart: Keylie Coleman, Miss Leader In Me: Abbygail Caulder, 2nd Grade Leader: Reese Hornsby, Mister Leader In Me and Jackson School Heart-throb: Joshua McFadden, 3rd Grade Leader: Emma Oddie.  Pictured on the 2nd row are assistant principal, Elizabeth Turner and Principal, Matia Goodwin.
     
    LIM Pageant
     
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  • South Carolina Book Awards Being Read @ Jackson

    Every year, our school participates in the voting process to name the South Carolina Picture Book and Children's Book of the Year through the South Carolina Association of School Librarians (SCASL). The students are truly enjoying either listening to these books being read to them or reading them independently.  One 3rd grade class (Ms Infinger) and 2 2nd grade (Ms Perry and Ms Jayroe) classes have already completed theeir reading lists!

    1st to finish

    Ms. Infinger's Class was the first class to finish reading all of the SCPBA Nominees for our school!

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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 November  Award recipients were  Jennifer Reeves, School Nurse and Jennifer Jordan, 1st Grade Teacher.  Congratulations and we honor you for always going the “Extra Mile.”

     

     

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  • Be Great Academy AfterSchool Program Registration

    Be Great Academy

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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. Ms. Nesbit also serves as1st Alternate Districtict Teacher of the Year.

     

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From the Principal

  • Welcome from the Principal

    Posted by Donna Myles on 10/2/2017 9:10:00 AM
     
    We had an awesome time at our annual family night! I would like to thank all of the parents who attended and encourage everyone to help us continuously increase parent participation at our school events.  As always, Thank you for supporting Jackson School l, where we LEAD, Encourage, Achieve and Dream.    
    Matia W. Goodwin
    Principal
    Jackson School
    Kershaw County School District
     

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