Jackson High School Newsletter
Friday, January 21, 2022
Today in Advisory each grade level had specific activities around our themes of Enrollment, Employment and Enlistment also known as the 3 E's.
9th grade: These students had an opportunity to connect with their 11th/12th grade mentors as a check in on how they are doing at the midpoint of the year.
10th grade: These students recapped College and Career Day with their Advisors. Current Career Tech Students from each program were available in the Commons to answer questions that these students had about a program if interest. They were also given time to fill out a survey related to College and Career Day
11th grade: These students were given the opportunity to work through Naviance ACT test prep as the ACT given to all Juniors here at JHS is a little over a month away.
12th grade: These students worked through college and career questions regarding "what's next" with their Advisors.
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MASKS REQUIRED ON BUSES
Click here to review the Jackson High School Programs of Study for 2022-2023 course registration in February. Teachers will be discussing their content area course options with students during the week of January 31.
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THE JUNIOR CLASS WILL TAKE THE ACT DURING THE SCHOOL DAY ON MARCH 1; PLEASE SEE THE ACT LETTER ATTACHED BELOW
ACT SEMINAR ON SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 5 HERE IN THE JHS LECTURE HALL
8th GRADE REGISTRATION INFORMATION NIGHT FOR THE 22-23 SCHOOL YEAR AT JACKSON HIGH SCHOOL IS JANUARY 26
Parent Information Night at Jackson High School - Wednesday, January 26, 2022 Doors open at 6:00 p.m. Program begins promptly at 6:30 p.m.
Parents will review high school scheduling guidelines, state testing requirements, course offerings and graduation requirements.
Parents will have the opportunity to speak with high school counselors, administrators and JSA and JAGS representatives after the program.
SENIOR MEMORY MESSAGES AND YEARBOOK ORDERS
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STUDENT BEHAVIOR AT EXTRA-CURRICULAR EVENTS
The Jackson Local School District encourages students to attend as many arts and athletic events as student wish. However, this is an important reminder to speak with your child(ren) about behavior at those events. Extra-curricular events are an extension of the school day and the rules and policies students must follow during the school day apply for those events.
However, we expect our students to behave at those events with respect for the officials and participants. Our student code of conduct applies to extra-curricular events.
SCHOOL FEES POSTED ON THE HOME ACCESS CENTER (HAC)
ATTENTION SENIOR PARENTS THERE IS A CLASS OF 2022 LINK ON THE HIGH SCHOOL MAIN PAGE
Senior families please know that we have a link on the JHS Homepage that is for the Class of 2022 so that everyone can stay in tune and up to date with everything happening with and for our Senior Class. Bookmark the link below so that you have it to refer to throughout the year!!
SNOW DAY REPORTING
As we move into the winter months this is a good time to remind our parents how the Jackson Local School District will communicate to you our school closures in the event of inclement weather. Our district administrative team patrols the roads early in the morning. A determination will be made by the superintendent whether or not to use a "snow day."
In the event that school is canceled, you will receive a text message from the district. Then the district's website will post the cancellation on JacksonLocalSchools.com. The district will post the cancellation on our social media pages, which can be viewed at the end of this newsletter. Finally, the district will information media of the cancellation.
JACKSON LOCAL SCHOOLS BACKPACK FOOD PROGRAM
This program is intended for families whose children are eligible for free/reduced meals. However, we understand some families may not be eligible for the free/reduced meal program, but are still in need of food. To apply to be part of the Backpack Food Program, all you need to do is fill out the quick application form by clicking the link below: (one for each student). Please know, all information you share with us is kept in the strictest confidence.