The Jefferson Journal October 8th

Rotary Kindergarten Reading To Go Program

Pat Puyleart reads to Ms. Rottier's class as part of the wonderful Reading To Go Program. The Rotary organization will come in and read to our Kinder students throughout the year and provide them with a reading backpack and books that they can take home. Thank you for your support
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Our kindergarten students are having fun in their classing and enjoy learning.

Important Note From the Nurse

Any snacks that will be ​eaten in the classroom​ must be ​nut-free​. Individual student snacks may not be shared by another student.

Teachers may provide a store-bought, nut-free daily snack for all students. Parents may send in boxes of snacks for the class provided they are nut-free, store-bought, and labeled with ingredients. No homemade treats of any kind are allowed to be shared with the whole class. (Snacks for the individual student may be homemade.) Birthday treats shared with the class must be nut-free, store-bought, and labeled with ingredients.

Peanut butter and other nuts may be eaten only in the cafeteria.


Keep your child home from school for:

  • Vomiting or diarrhea​ more than one time in 24 hours. Keep home for 24 hours after last episode.

  • Fever ​(temperature greater than 100.5 degrees.) Child must be ​fever-free without fever medicine

    for 24 hours before returning to school

  • ● “​Pinkeye​” May remain in school if there is no fever and the child can avoid rubbing eyes.

  • Strep throat.​ Keep home from school until throat culture is read and until 24 hours of antibiotic

    treatment is completed

  • Lice.​ May return to school immediately after treatment with approved lice shampoo and no live lice

    are present.


All medicine to be given at school must be brought to school in the original bottle by a parent or other adult. A parent signature is required for over-the-counter medicine. A parent and a doctor signature are required for all prescription medicine.


No Latex balloons are permitted in school.

Your school nurses and health aides are here to help keep all students healthy and safe while they are at school. If you ever have any questions or concerns, please contact your school nurse.

Kathy Becker RN 715-261-0750

Important News for Next Week

Tuesday, October 9th

  • Picture Day for our students
  • G2M after school program starts

Wednesday, October 10th, 2018
  • Bus safety for our 4K
  • Walk to School Day for our students

Friday, October 11th, 2018
  • Our 4th graders visit the farm

Are you a 4th or 5th Grader Interested in Coding and Robotics?

If you are available from 8:00 to 8:30 am on Day 5, then I would love to see you in the library for some bonus learning.

We will be using Scratch (jr), Swift Playgrounds, Kodable, Dash and Dot, and more.

Remember, Day 5 changes after days off from school such as holidays, weather issues and other non school days.

If interested, please fill out the form below. I would like them back by Fri, Oct. 12 so I can connect with participants and families before officially starting.

Thank You!

Questions? Contact Mrs. Moore by email.

If you need help or translation please feel free to email or call

Contactos para nuestro increíble equipo de traductores y profesores de EL.

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Paokee Xiong - EL Teacher -
Lisa Alexander - EL Teacher -
Sara Goldberg - EL/1st Grade Spanish Bilingual Teacher -
Lisa Thomas - EL/Kindergarten Spanish Bilingual Teacher -
Edgar Gomez Oviedo - Spanish Translator -
Eileen Thao - Hmong Translator -
Kristie Chang - Hmong EL Paraprofessional -
James Lor - Hmong EL Paraprofessional -
Samantha Kniess - 4K Spanish Bilingual Teacher -
Luz Svitak- 4K Spanish EL Paraprofessional -