Jackson Journal

January Edition

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Bad Weather Form: Please Return By Jan. 11th

This form was sent home in Friday Folders on Jan. 6th. Please make sure to return it to your child's classroom teacher by Jan. 11th. Thank you for your cooperation.

Message from PTO

Jackson families, please note the change of date for our next PTO meeting, Tuesday, Jan. 24th at 6pm.

Please consider serving on our PTO executive board for the 23-24 school year. We will have 2 open positions:

  • Vice President- The VP assists the president in organizing the calendar, events, and meetings.
  • Volunteer Coordinator- This individual reaches out to families with volunteer opportunities.

Week of Jan. 16th-20th: Crossing Guard Appreciation Week

Please take a moment during the week of Jan. 16th to share your appreciation for our crossing guards that make sure to keep our students safe while crossing Menasha Ave. and North 18th St. These individuals are out every day, despite bad weather in order to put safety first.


Safety is a top priority at Jackson Elementary. In order to ensure all of our staff and students are safe, each month we practice a safety drill.

January Safety (SRP) Drill:

This month we will be practicing an EVACUATION. An EVACUATION is used when there may be a danger inside the building. Students and staff move to a safe area.

Thank you for your partnership in keeping our students and staff safe. If you have any questions, please give Mrs. Beatty a call, 920-663-9522.

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Zones of Regulation

Exciting news for all Jackson Jaguars for the 2022-23 school year…the Zones of Regulation Curriculum will be taught universally grades K-5 to help support social and emotional needs.

What are the Zones of Regulation?

The Zones of Regulation are a framework for teaching students strategies for emotional and sensory self regulation. The Zones approach uses 4 colors to help students identify how they are feeling emotionally. The curriculum teaches students strategies to self regulate, detect triggers of themselves and others, consider how their behavior can affect others, improve on emotional control, and develop problem solving abilities. The curriculum’s learning activities are designed to help students recognize when they are in different states of emotion or “zones”.

All of the zones are natural to experience, but the framework focuses on teaching students how to recognize and manage their zone based on the demands of their environment and the people around them in order to be “ready to learn”.

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Mark Your Calendar: Upcoming Events


2nd- Classes Resume

13th- End of Quarter/Semester

16th- No School for Students/Staff

17th- No School for Students (Staff Records Day)

18th- No School for Students (Staff Development Day)

24th- PTO MEETING @ 6pm (was rescheduled for this day)

27th- Kindergarten School Forest Field Trip


2nd- 1st graders to Capitol Civic Center

6-10th - Penny Wars & School Counseling Week

6th- 3rd School Forest Field Trip (rescheduled to this day)

8th- 100th Day of School: Dress like a 100 year old!

9 & 13-15th- Dental Clinic

14th - PTO Meeting @6pm

16th- Parent Teacher Conference- No School for Students

17th- No School for Students
18th - Ice Skating (5pm - 7pm)

20th- No School for Students

24th- 5th grade to School Forest
27th - March 3 - No TV/Electronics Week
27th - Family Bingo Night (6pm-7:30pm)

Jackson Elementary: Student/Parent Handbook

Please take some time to read over our student/parent handbook. Linked in it you will also find a copy of the District's Code of Conduct. Thank you for supporting our students and staff in creating a safe learning environment.