Jaguar Journal

October 1, 2021

Message from Mrs. Morgan:

It's hard to believe it's already Fall! We are excited about the cooler weather and all the fun events in October, by the way, we do a lot of learning here too! I need to thank the staff for their dedication to making the school start up as smooth as possible despite a few bumps in the road.

Congratulations to our Teacher of the Year: Wendy Royle

and Support Person of the Year: Dawn Davis

Picture is below!

**As a reminder: Please do not drop off students in the morning in the front parking lot or bus lane, you must go through the car rider line. If you choose to park, you must safely walk your child to the front doors of the school.

* Also, please obey the cross walk that connects from the neighborhood to the school. Safety is a priority, and the officers have given citations for speeding and not obeying the rules of the road outside our school.

Thank you for your continued support!

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United Way

We are excited about the launch of our 2021 United Way campaign! Every single penny donated through this campaign will go directly to the nine local agencies supported by the United Way of Walton County.

This past year, one out of every three people in Walton County was served by at least one of the United Way agencies. That alone could mean roughly 5,200 Walton County School District students and teachers were able to have their needs met because of the generosity and support of United Way donors — like you.

Step: 1: Claim one (or five!) of these squares by emailing your child’s teacher with the square # you want.

Step 2: Send in cash or check for the amount on your square (checks made payable to SES).

*Each class will receive donuts & juice once the grid is completed. The FIRST class on each grade level to complete their grid will receive a pizza party!!!!!!

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Safety Patrol: Looking for 2-3 more Sponsors

In conjunction with the University of Georgia’s JW Fanning Institute for Leadership Development, our Safety Patrol program has applied to participate in a leadership program to cover courses such as leadership, citizenship, team building, communication, and group dynamics.

We are seeking $250 sponsorships to offset the cost of our contract price for our sessions. Sponsorships will also help provide snacks during our meetings.

In appreciation for your support and sponsorship, your name and/or company logo will be included on our safety patrol apparel.

Checks can be made payable to Sharon Elementary School and mailed to 2700 White Road, Loganville, GA 30052. (All donations are tax deductible as permitted by law.) Please contact Audra Warhol at or

Shawn Richards at if you are interested in becoming a sponsor.

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Red Ribbon Week: October 25th-29th

Monday, October 25th:

Put a STOP to drugs!

Wear Red

Tuesday, October 26th:

I’m drug free, No Cap

Hat day

Wednesday, October 27th:

Too smart to start

Pajama day

Thursday, October 28th:

Being drug free is a treat

Spirit wear

Friday, October 29th:

Say Boo to drugs

Dress up day

Book parade

(Please see book parade rules below)

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Book Character Parade

Friday, October 29th for PreK-5th Grade:

Parents are welcome to attend the outdoor Book Character Parade at 1:00 PM (weather permitting). Students will parade on the side walk around the school. Parents may line up around the front and sides of the school facing the side walk. Check outs/sign out sheet will be available in your child's classroom after the parade.

Costume Guidelines:

-No weapons with costume

-No scary makeup, blood, or idea of “gore.”

-Any students not complying with the guidelines will not be allowed to participate.

-Students should wear school clothes under their costumes.

-Please send your child to school with a copy of the book to carry in the parade.

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SSA (Student Success Alliance)

This year SES is introducing Student Success Alliance (SSA), which is Walton County’s own independent non-profit organization dedicated to helping all students stay in school and prepare for success as adults. They work one-to-one with ambitious students who need help overcoming their personal barriers to success. Using the evidence-based Task Centered Practice, they help students set and reach their goals so they can do well in school.

SSA believes every student needs and deserves:

1. The support of a caring adult

2. Basic resources to succeed in school

3. A plan for the future and a path to achieve it

4. An opportunity to engage and reinvest in the community. We unite the community in empowering students to succeed in school and in life.

You can partner with Student Success Alliance by reaching out to our site coordinator at or donating new toiletries, school supplies and gently used clothes or books.

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PBIS (Positive Behavioral Interventions and Supports)

Get excited! Our first ROAR party is October 7th! Students who have earned 140 PBIS points by October 4th will be able to participate! The theme is Jaguar Fan Fest. Students will wear their favorite team gear and participate in fun sports related games!

Next month’s theme….Red Carpet Cinema...stay tuned for more info!

PTO Corner:

Our Charleston wrap fundraiser is going on, thank you to all that are participating!

Boo Grams are on sale for $1 this month and will be delivered on the 29th!

We are also collecting candy to feed our candy monster for Trunk or Treat.

October 18th: Diablo's Southwest Grill Spirit Night 3pm-8pm

October 28th: Trunk or Treat 5:30-7:30 PM

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