Jordan/Jackson News You Can Use
November 10, 2021
VISION AND HEARING SCREENINGS
If you would like to opt out of any of these screenings, please send a note to your school nurse by November 29th.
REMAINING AUDITION DATES FOR BIG BAD MUSICAL
Audition Dates and Times: Auditions are from 2:30 - 4:30 (auditions are held in my classroom and masks will be worn throughout auditions). After auditions, Miss Steinbach will walk all the students to the East side entrance (Door 1) where you will meet you student. If they are in CHAMPS, they will join Champs after auditions.
Monday, November 15: Acting and dancing auditions - West wing homerooms
Tuesday, November 16: Callbacks (This will not be all students, it will be determined after the singing auditions and who needs to attend will be posted on this website.)
Wednesday, November 17: Day 2 of callbacks (This will not be all students, it will be determined after the singing auditions and who needs to attend will be posted on this website.)
A NOTE FROM OUR NURSES RE: COVID-19 VACCINE FOR AGES 5-11
The CDC has approved a low dose COVID-19 vaccine produced by Pfizer for children ages 5 through 11. It is administered in two doses, given 3 weeks apart. Both doses are required in order to obtain maximum benefit.
If you elect to have your child immunized, please be sure to send documentation to the school nurses. At this time, there will not be any clinics offered through the Mansfield Public Schools.
Check with your pediatrician about the availability of vaccines or click on the link below for more information.
MPS Food Policy in Alliance with State and Federal Nutrition Standards
As our daily school activities are getting back to “normal”, we would like to review our district wide food policies. MPS has implemented strict guidelines regarding food in the classroom so that all students may safely participate. Many students have serious food allergies and medical conditions and anytime food items are used, even if not ingested, it puts these students at a potential risk. It is important that everyone refamiliarize themselves with the policies and procedures for food in the curriculum to protect our school community.
It is great to see after school activities starting up again. If there is going to be food at an after school event, keep in mind proper distancing associated with COVID mitigation strategies. Students eat lunch at three feet during the school day due to space limitations. Please provide 6 foot distancing for any after school event where food will be consumed. At this time, masks should still be worn at all times inside.
Curriculum and Classroom Instruction: Food products may be used to enhance classroom instruction when there is a clear or specific connection to the curriculum.
Student Rewards: Food or beverages will not be used as rewards for good behavior or academic achievement unless it is part of a student’s Individual Educational Plan or directed by a medical professional.
School Celebrations: All classroom parties and school celebrations (e.g. birthdays, holidays) held during the official school day will be NON-FOOD events.
Fundraising Activities: Student fundraising activities may occur with the permission of the Superintendent or designee.
After-School Clubs, Activities, and Athletic Teams: School-sponsored or school-related celebrations or events that occur after the official school day are not covered by this policy.
The MPS encourages at least 25% of all foods and beverages sold or supplied after school hours support healthy choices.
All forms are available on the district website under the "staff" dropdown then click on "staff resources."
MISS PARKER'S 4TH GRADE CLASS WORKING IN OUR STEM LAB ON WEATHER AND EROSION ENGINEERING PROJECTS!
IF YOU WERE WALKING THROUGH JORDAN/JACKSON, YOU MIGHT SEE.......
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Additional Information - Drop-off / Pick-up
NEW Visitors' Entrance/Welcome Window
When you come to visit Jordan/Jackson, please enter through our new Visitors' entrance. You will need to utilize this entrance whenever you need to:
- drop off your child, if they are late
- pick up your child, if they are dismissed early
- drop off any item your child may have left behind at home
- attend a meeting
- visit the school for any other reason
The entrance is located at the front of the building and in between our East and West doors. Just a quick reminder: If you are picking up your child, please remember to bring some form of identification, such as your license.