May 20, 2022
The Latest Information from JMMS
Please scroll down through this edition of the JMMS Updates for the latest info.
Thanks to Mrs. Carter and the 6th Grade Math Teachers for setting up the Race Car presentation throughout the day today! The students loved it!!
Friday May 20th is the last day for Homework Club this year. There will be no Homework Club next week. Thanks!
Sports Physicals will be done again the last day of school, May 25th from 1:00-3:00 @ JHS. Cost for a physical is $10 and checks are to be made out to Jackson Local Schools.
Any 8th grade girl interested in tennis next year at the HS, a meeting will be held at the Jackson Township North Park Tennis Courts on Sunday, May 22nd at 11am.
Congratulations to our Middle School Mock Trial team who earned the "Outstanding" distinction during their State Showcase! The team also earned three out of four possible individual awards. Congratulations to Kimaya for winning best attorney, and Blake and Nathan for winning best witness! What an exciting honor for each of them!
If your student went on the Washington DC trip and had medication that you had dropped off for the trip and you did not pick up, please pick it up in the office ASAP between 8AM and 3:30PM. Any Washington DC medication not picked up before the last day of school, Wednesday May 25th, will be disposed of.
Good weather is here!! As a reminder, the safest way for a student to depart the building is on a school bus or via parent pick-up. Should you choose to allow your child to walk from school, please remind them of the importance of following all traffic laws as they walk from the building and be respectful of others' property. Thank you for your assistance with this!
- Is your student looking for announcements?: Daily announcements are always available for our students online by navigating to this link.
Important Last Day of School Information
Please read through the following notes regarding the end of the school year:
- Locker Cleanouts: We will be conducting locker cleanouts for students at the end of the week in preparation for the last day of school. Students will have the opportunity throughout the day to take some time to clean out their lockers, gather up personal belongings to take home, look for library and textbooks to return, etc.
- Students will report to lunch rooms during their assigned lunch periods. There will NOT be any breakfast or lunch served on 5/25/22.
- Students will receive certificates from clubs and activities on 5/25/22. Should your child be absent on that day, items will be available for pick-up at the JMMS Main Office through June 2nd, 2022.
- As a reminder, the safest way for a student to depart the building is on a school bus or via parent pick-up. Should you choose to allow your child to walk from school, please remind them of the importance of following all traffic laws as they walk from the building and be respectful of others property. Thank you for your assistance with this!
- Beginning June 6th, the JMMS Main Office will be closed on Fridays. Should you need anything from the office, our hours will shift to Mondays through Thursdays, 7:00am to 5:00pm.
Student Medication Stored at JMMS
Please make arrangements to pick up all medication, prescription and over the counter, by June 2. All medications including Epi pens and inhalers will need to be picked up by a Parent or Guardian. We strongly encourage parents to pick up non-emergency medication before the last day of school. Any medication not picked up by June 2, 2022 will be disposed of.
Medication Pick up times and dates are as follows:
- May 16 - May 25, Monday thru Friday, 7:30AM - 3:30PM
- May 26 & May 27, 7:30AM - 2:30PM
- May 31 - June 2, 7:30AM - 2:30PM
If you have any questions or concerns regarding medication, Epi pen, or inhaler pick up, please call 330-830-8034 and ask to speak with the nurse.
Thank you and have a great summer break!
Wendy Bartlett, RN
HEALTH FORMS FOR NEXT SCHOOL YEAR
As you prepare over the summer for next school year, please note that all Health Forms are online for you to print at your convenience!
Please remember, any medication prescribed by a doctor, or any over-the-counter medication that you want to bring for your child to have access to for the entire school year, requires medical orders from a physician. Those students that have medical conditions but do not take medications here at school will still need documentation for 504/IEP
You can access these forms by going to the Jackson Local School District Website, under the Parents Drop Down. You will then go to Forms and Documents, Health Forms. Under this you will find the Prescription Medication Form, along with paperwork for Action Plans Asthma, Allergies, Seizures and Diabetes, and forms required for Students to Self Carry Inhalers and Epi-pens.
If you have any questions, please contact the nurse at 330-830-8034
The following is the link for forms:
Thank you and have a great summer break.
Wendy Bartlett, RN
***8th Grade Cedar Point Trip***
Arrive at JMMS as you normally would for a regular school day (bus rider, parent drop-off, etc.) at the normal time and report to the Gold Gym. Students should not go to breakfast, but should report directly to the Gold Gym. Buses are scheduled to depart at approximately 8am.
ATTENTION: 8th Graders Going to Cedar Point
Faster. Easier. Safer. The Best Way To Pay.
At Cedar Point, we want you to have an effortless time with your friends and family. That’s why we've moved to all cashless payments throughout the park. Simply swipe or tap your credit card, debit card or smart device with Apple Pay or Google Pay where you would normally use cash. It’s faster, safer and always secure.
No card? No problem! At our Cash-to-Card Kiosks, you can convert your cash into a prepaid debit card you can use anywhere – not just inside the park - with no fees. It’s easy and FREE!
What type of payments do Cedar Point and Cedar Point Shores accept?
VISA, Mastercard, Discover and American Express credit cards and most debit cards are accepted for payment. We also accept Apple Pay and Google Pay. The parks have multiple Cash-to-Card kiosks located throughout to allow you to convert your cash to a prepaid card with no fee. Leftover funds can be used anywhere VISA is accepted.
Is there a fee to use the Cash-to-Card kiosk?
There are no fees to convert your cash to a prepaid card and no fees to use the card in or outside the park. As long as the card is used regularly, no monthly fees will apply. After 92 consecutive days of no transaction activity, however, a $3.95 fee will be charged each month.
How much cash can I load onto a prepaid card?
Up to $500 can be loaded on a card. Minimum amount is $5.
Can I reload the prepaid card from the Cash-to-Card kiosk?
Prepaid cards are not reloadable.
Where can I use the prepaid card from the Cash-to-Card kiosk?
Cards can be used anywhere Visa is accepted.
How can I check the balance on my prepaid card?
The balance on the prepaid card can be checked at a Cash-to-Card kiosk, online at RCbalance.com or by calling the number found on the back of the card.
Why is the park going card-only or cashless?
By going cashless, we are able to conduct contact-less transactions, and it’s faster, safer and always secure.
What should I do if the Cash-to-Card kiosk takes my cash but does not dispense a card?
The kiosk will provide you with a receipt. Take the receipt to Guest Services near the Front Gate. The Guest Services team will work with the kiosk provider to verify the error and then load the funds onto a prepaid card.
ATTENTION CURRENT 7th GRADERS - NEXT YEAR'S DC TRIP!
The school calendar for the 21-22 school year has been approved by the Board of Education. Please click the purple button to check it out!
Please see the details below about this great opportunity for teens of military families.
Participants will enjoy the activities that camp has to offer such as
archery, crafts, Zip line, climbing wall, field games, connection with other
military teens, and much more.
Along with the camp fun we will focus a few hours each day on intentional
leadership lessons and allowing the teens to practice their skills.
When: 5-9 June
Where: 4H Camp Ohio, Saint Louisville, Ohio
Who: Military Connected Teens 12-18 years old
Cost: $50 per teen
Register here: go.osu.edu/omk22teenleadership
If you have any questions contact Andrew Seward email@example.com
RESOURCES FOR FAMILIES
Jackson Local Schools Backpack Food Program
We are pleased to be able to offer The Backpack Food Program, in partnership with RiverTree Jackson. This is a service for families in the Jackson Local School district with students in K-12. The goal of this program is to send home a variety of easy, ready-to-eat meals and snacks for your child to have over the weekend. There is absolutely no cost to our families to join this program. The bags will be delivered to your child’s school weekly, and sent home with students on the last day of the week that students are in school, usually Fridays.
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.
If you have any questions please email
firstname.lastname@example.org or Kay2jc@jackson.sparcc.org
Bear Hugs is located at 2137 Wales Ave 44646.
For more information, or to set up a private shopping appointment,
Call Katherine at 330-714-9645 or Donnie at 330 495 4826
Bear Hugs: "Purple with a Purpose"