Jordan/Jackson News You Can Use
Wednesday, March 3, 2021
Read Across America March 1 - March 5
Jordan/Jackson's Reading Week. Click the link for the schedule: Reading Week
This week's shoutouts!
Claire P in Ms. D'Onofrio's class: I can always count on Claire to show up to every single Google meet with a smile on her face, a positive attitude and willingness to work hard and give me her best effort! She is kind to everyone in class and she deserves the recognition for working so hard throughout remote learning!
Ellie H in Mrs. Reeder/Mrs. Norige's class: Ellie puts forth her BEST effort every single day! She completes all of her work with a smile (her new and wonderful braces smile!) and always remembers to do all of her Wednesday afternoon work. She is pretty awesome!
Vaani R in Ms. D'Onofrio's class: Vaani always goes above and beyond to complete her classwork. She always exceeds my expectations and always has her hand raised, ready to participate no matter the subject! I am very proud of her hard work!
Leanna L, Ryan M, Will M and Lyssa H in Mrs. Battell's class: For always participating in the classroom and remotely!
Carlah J in Mrs. Battell's class: For putting in extra effort in math!
Lea Q in Mrs. Conroy's class: Leah has been working hard in class and at home. She always does her best work and gets things done on time. She is a good friend and includes everyone.
Molly M in Mr. Cripps' class: Molly has been working very hard on all of her school work. She is friendly and kind to others and always very helpful.
SMARTS 2021 Summer Institute
MESA's Fundraiser - Cookie Decorating Kits
Check out MESA's fundraiser running from now until the end of March. When you buy DIY Lucky Hornet cookie decorating kits from Cookiecasions, 20% of all sales will be donated to MESA! Click on the following link for more information: MESA Fundraiser
Mansfield Girls Softball Spring 2021
Family Friendly Resources for Help with Mental Health
COVID-19 is putting incredible pressure on families. Many families are worried about their child’s mental health, but they aren’t sure where to turn or how to get started. HandholdMA.org, a new family friendly website, can help.
The website, created by a team of mental health and child development experts in partnership with parents who have “been there,” was designed for parents of school-aged children in Massachusetts.
Handhold has three main sections:
Should I worry? Helps parents explore if their kid just being a kid, or if their behavior is something to worry about. Parents can learn about signs to look for and get suggestions on what to do next.
What can I do? Tips, tools, and strategies that have worked for other families, sorted by topic, and picked by Handhold. These are things parents can learn about or do from home.
Who can help? Carefully selected community organizations and government resources to help families find the right mental health services.
Whatever steps you decide to take, HandholdMA.org offers a variety of tips, tools and resources to help you. Visit HandholdMA.org today!
NEEDED!! SUBSTITUTE TEACHERS/PARAPROFESSIONALS AND LUNCH/RECESS MONITORS!!
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Attention: Denise daGraca
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