Lake Cable Newsletter
August 6, 2021
September 15, 2023
For the 6th consecutive year, our school will celebrate Sandy Hook’s Hello Week. This will be during the week of September 18 - 22. Hello Week is a national campaign to celebrate kindness, connection, inclusion, empathy and belonging. Social isolation is a growing epidemic in the United States and within schools. Hello Week teaches students the skills they need to reach out and include others; creating a culture of connectedness within our school. Students will be given a HELLO WEEK challenge over the morning announcements and have discussions about the challenge with their teachers during the day.
Please see Hello week-themed days below!
Meet and Greet MONDAY - wear blue
Upstander TUESDAY - wear tie dye
Wear Green WEDNESDAY - wear green
Trusted Adult THURSDAY -wear a shirt with positive message
Moving Forward FRIDAY - wear purple
A Message From The Nurse
Ohio law requires school districts to complete a vision and hearing screening for all Kindergarten, 1st, 3rd, and 5th grade students. These screenings are also performed for all new students to the district. Screenings will be performed starting in September through the end of the year.
Parents have the option to opt out of the screenings. If you would prefer that your child is not screened, please complete the vision and/or hearing waiver forms and return to the clinic as soon as possible. Any student who does not have a waiver on file will be screened. If you have any questions or concerns, please contact the school clinic. Thank you!
Backpack Food Program
The Backpack Food Program, a partnership with RiverTree Jackson, is a service we are pleased to offer families of Jackson Local Schools.The program’s goal is to provide a variety of easy, ready-to-eat meals and snacks for children over the weekend. There are no income requirements for this program. The bags will be delivered to your child’s school and be sent home with them on Fridays. To apply for the Backpack Food Program, please complete this quick application. Please submit one form per child.
Girls’ Basketball Youth League Registration
Registration is now open for the Jackson Girls Basketball In-House League for girls in grades 3-6. For more information or to register, visit jacksongirlsbasketball.net. The link will be found in the top right corner of the page.
Free and Reduced Breakfast and Lunch
The USDA is not offering free breakfast and lunch for public education students for the 23-24 school year. If you need monetary assistance with breakfast/lunch, please fill out the free and reduced lunch form. If you have questions about this form, please contact Marsha Escola, Food Service Supervisor, at 330-830-8031. All application information is confidential.
Electronic Devices/Cell Phone Use
We do not encourage students to bring cell phones, iPod’s, MP3’s, etc. to school. If a student does bring these items to school, they are not to be used once the student enters the building. These items should also then be turned off and stored in the student’s locker or book bag during the school day. If the student does not adhere to this policy the item will be confiscated.
Using an electronic device to take pictures or record audio on school property, school buses, or at school functions/events may result in immediate confiscation of the phone, and appropriate disciplinary action will be taken. Contents of electronic devices may be searched if reasonable suspicion exists that it may have been used in an activity prohibited by the Code of Conduct.
Student Dress Code
Clothing shall be sufficient to conceal undergarments; no bare midriffs, tops and bottoms may not be revealing in nature, and in general should be at mid thigh length.
Inappropriate and/or extreme accessories are not permitted.
Items which obscure student identity such as hats, bandanas worn to cover the entire head, sunglasses, hoods on hooded apparel and headwear are not permitted to be worn in the building during the school day. Facial coverings, worn for health purposes and head coverings for religious purposes are permissible.
The Jackson Local School District believes in partnering with parents and providing them with resources to help navigate the world of technology, games, and social media. While advances in technology have many great rewards, there is also the potential for harm. Since December, we have provided a resource and hope more parents and students, as appropriate by age, will take advantage of this.
We have partnered with SmartSocial.com for its on-demand courses for parents and students. The SmartSocial resources cover a wide range of digital and social media topics. We are providing a parent subscription package to these resources to help you learn how to navigate the negative (and positive) parts of social media with your students. You can sign up here: https://smartsocial.com/jacksonlocalschooldistrict
Mrs. Angela Leggett
Location: 5335 Villa Padova Drive Northwest, Canton, OH, USA
Phone: (330) 834 4673