Jordan/Jackson News You Can Use
June 5, 2022
FIELD DAY TOMORROW, MONDAY JUNE 6
A MESSAGE FROM OUR NURSES
Students must wear sneakers and socks for Field Day. Sneakers provide much more support to the foot and ankle during physical activity. There will be many fun activities such as 3-legged races and an obstacle course; we want everyone to be safe and injury free.
Please apply sunscreen to your children before they come to school. We will be enjoying a nice, sunny day tomorrow and want to be sure all students are sufficiently protected.
CHORUS CONCERT, THURSDAY JUNE 9
Our chorus students have been working very hard and are excited to share the joy of music-making with you. We are thrilled to bring back live performances.
This year's concert will be held on Thursday, June 9, 2022 in the Mansfield High School Auditorium. The concert will begin at 7pm and will last approximately half an hour. Chorus students should arrive at the auditorium at 6:15pm. The auditorium will open up for seating at approximately 6:45pm.
Children will wear their chorus t-shirts and may wear either shorts, pants, jeans or skirts. They should also wear comfortable shoes.
It has been a pleasure working with your children this spring in preparation for our upcoming concert. We look forward to sharing a wonderful evening of music with you!
Miss Steinbach & Mrs. Holster
SEPAC MEETING - JUNE 7
The Mansfield SEPAC will be holding its final business meeting of the school year on Tuesday, June 7th at 6:30pm.
This meeting will be held in person at Jordan Jackson Elementary, Rm A102. Please enter the building through the East Entrance. Conference Room A102 will be directly in front of you as you walk in.
Agenda includes SEPAC business, updates from the SPED department, and SEPAC programming for the 2022-2023 year.
WEIRD LIKE US and FOR EVERYONE
They also had a fun visit with Elly Swartz. Students were so engaged in her discussions. She empowered students to be themselves and showed them that the dictionary talks about how the word weird means extraordinary. We should embrace our inner weirdness and be proud of our unique abilities. In her book she has a weird poem, so our class created a slide deck based on her model. Click on the following link to see their work: Weird Means Extraordinary
PERFECT WEATHER FOR GARDENING!
Click below for Ms. DiCenso's and Mrs. Conroy's gardening slideshows
BUS REGISTRATION IS NOW OPEN
Registration for bus transportation for the 2022-2023 school year is now open. Everyone who plans on riding the bus, regardless of grade, distance to school, or if you qualify for a waiver, must register by August 5, 2022.
Anyone who does not register by the deadline of August 5, 2022 will be placed on a waiting list and will not be guaranteed a seat on the bus for the start of school.https://www.mansfieldschools.com/department/transportation
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