Jackson Family Weekly Update
December 10, 2022
Jackson 4th Grade Presents the Nutcracker - December 13 at 6:00 PM
Click this link for this week's Counselor's Corner Newsletter. There is important information regarding December's character trait: Compassion, The Cleveland County Christmas Store, school counseling and other resources.
At this time of year, as we gather with family and friends for the holidays, we know that
the chance for illness is increased. Flu, the common cold, and RSV are on the rise and
COVID is still circulating in the community. NPS Health Services hopes to take some of
the worry about COVID away by offering FREE home COVID-19 tests to all NPS
students, staff and families. Test kits are available at all school locations in the front
office. We ask that any positive test results be reported to your student’s school or to
By providing these tests, we hope to give you a little peace of mind during your time off.
For any questions, contact your school’s health professional or Kris Moody, NPS Health
Services COVID Coordinator, at 405-366-5939. Stay safe and be well!!
Additionally, IMMY Labs is expanding its free, drive-through testing services to include
Flu A and Flu B along with their current COVID-19 testing. Patients will receive results
for Flu A, Flu B and COVID-19 from a single nasal swab. More details on locations and
appointment times will be available at IMMYlabs.com.
Nothing Bundt Cakes Fundraiser - Dec. 12 - 16.
Arrival and Dismissal
- Please do not drop off your children prior to 7:25 AM unless they are participating in a special club or event that meeting in the morning. There is no supervision for students prior to 7:25 AM.
- Please remember to call the office by 2:00 PM if you need to change your child's typical way they go home. This allows us time to notify teachers and students of any changes.
- Please pick your children up by 3:10 PM. Teachers are off contract at 3:10 and there is no one available to supervise your students after 3:10 PM.
Please leave all toys, including Pokemon cards & other trading cards, at home.
We want your child to be successful in school and that means supporting and encouraging their whole development. While excelling in academic classes is important, children also need skills to take on learning challenges, make good decisions, manage strong emotions, and get along with others.
Please see below to learn more about what your child is learning next week and find guiding questions to assist with continuing the conversation at home. Families can also visit The Second Step Family Webpage to view full lessons and student handouts.
Check out Norman Public School’s Prevention Resource library here!
Dec. 13 - 16 - Nothing Bundt Cake Fundraiser
Dec.13 - 4th Grade Nutcracker Performance 6:00 PM
Dec. 16 - Winter Parties
Dec. Dec. 19 - Jan 2 - Winter Break