Jag News

February 2018

Principal Message

February is here and I cannot believe the we are through half of a school year. This month students will be working hard in their classrooms and I wanted to provide a couple of tips I recently read to help them out.

  • It is recommended that children ages 6-13 should be getting around 9-11 hours of sleep a night to feel rested and ready for the day. That sleep also helps them remain healthy, so they can continue to be at school learning each day.
  • Today's families are busy. There is not always a lot of time in the evening to work together as a family. Sometimes, mornings are tight as well. If your child is old enough, talk about his/her preferred style is for getting ready for the next day. Do they like the night or the morning better for the bulk of the work that needs to be completed to prepare for the next day? When they have a choice, the routine becomes smoother and more accepted.

  • If your child is forgetful, set a checkoff list they can refer to, to help them get their routine down.

Thank you for a great start to 2018.

Ms. Bigelow

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President's Day - No School on Monday February 19th

Phone Messages to Students


We need your help. We are having difficulty delivering messages to students if they come in after 3:00 p.m. Please call in all messages to students before 3:00 p.m.

Thank You,

Ms. Bigelow

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Class/Personality Pictures - Wednesday, February 21, 2018

Jump Rope for Heart

Jump Rope for Heart begins today 2/1/18 and ends on February 15th. There will be a party for the students who raise the most money after school on the 15th.