Jack Anderson Elementary

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Class Picture Day is Wednesday, February 17, 2021!

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SAVE THE DATE!!! Friday, March 26th We are super excited about our upcoming “Tee up for JAE” and Benefit at Bluegrass! Keep an eye out for flyers coming home in your child's folder on how you are able to help!!!

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Thank you, PTO! Our New Banners and Carline Flags Look Amazing!

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The JAE App Has Been Updated!

Please make sure to download the JAE App. There have already been some improvements made, and we will continue to add content that will be helpful for our families. You may want to update your app, but there is no need to download it again if you already have it. Please check your settings to make sure you are getting push notifications, though!

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News from the Jack Anderson PTO

With our current COVID restrictions, we are unable to have our normal Carnival this year. But, exciting news, we will still have our annual adult event “Benefit at Bluegrass” and we’re adding a Golf Scramble! So, guys and gals, start planning your teams!

Yearbook Orders

The JAE Yearbook sale is underway. A form with information is attached below. You have the option to order online at Balfour.com, you can call Balfour to place your order, or you can complete an order form and return it to school with your payment. Copies of the form will be sent home with students this week.

Quarantine Information Tab on the JAE Website


Please visit the JAE Website to find information and resources during quarantine.

If a member of your household is Covid positive, your child must quarantine at home for 10 days from the date of a positive test.

Absences due to Covid will be excused with a parent's or doctor's note.

If a student has close contact with a Covid positive individual, the 10-day quarantine period at must be completed.

If a member of your household is Covid positive, please contact Mrs. Sanders or Nurse Amanda Elliott.



Carline: Arrival

Thank you so much for getting your students to school on time and for cooperating with us by adhering to the following drop-off guidelines:

  • Car riders may enter the building at 8:10.
  • Do not park in the front or side parking lots to avoid the carline. Families who purchased "First in Line" spots at the auction are the only ones who can park by the K-1 playground to unload students.
  • Please pull as far forward as possible before unloading your students. We have staff members outside in the mornings directing traffic so we can efficiently and effectively unload cars. Mrs. Bradley calculated that we are able to unload approximately 35 students every 2 minutes when the line is running smoothly. That is amazing!
  • Per state law, phones should not be in use while driving unless they are hands-free.

Carline: Dismissal

We are loading TONS of vehicles in record time during dismissal thanks to your help. Please continue to help us by following these guidelines:

  • Dismissal begins at 3:40.
  • While on campus, drive slowly, carefully and observe your surroundings
  • Two lanes form at the edge of the playground. Take advantage of the outside lane. 80% of our car riders live on the other side of Shute Lane.
  • If you are in the outside lane, do not turn around in the bus entrance to avoid driving toward Cages Bend Road. You are blocking buses, and you are breaking the rules.
  • Between 3:30 and 3:45 a class of students is dismissed from the back of the building. If your child is not dismissed from the back of the building, do not enter the parking area at the back. Please be courteous to the vehicles entering or leaving the back parking area in the afternoons. If you see a vehicle traveling in an unusual direction, but a staff member has waved them through, there is a reason.

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Masks Are Required for All Students Who Ride the Bus

Sumner County Pathway to Re-Entry

All students who ride the bus are required to wear a mask.

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