Jordan/Jackson News You Can Use
Wednesday, October 7, 2020
QUESTIONS REGARDING OUR HYBRID TRANSITION PRESENTATION?
CLICK HERE TO SEE MR. LAMBERT AND MR. CHACE'S PRESENTATION
TRANSPORTATION, FOOD AND HEALTH SERVICES RETURN TO HYBRID PRESENTATION
When: October 8, 2020
Where: Online Event, 5:30pm - 6:45pmOur Transportation, Food and Health Services will be hosting an online event Thursday night. Look for a link to be posted on our home page, under our Returning and Learning section.
BRING YOUR CHROMEBOOK TO SCHOOL EVERY DAY
FIRST DAY PACKET PAPERWORK
PLEASE CLICK HERE TO SEE THE CHECKLIST WHICH NEEDS TO BE REVIEWED EVERY MORNING BEFORE SENDING YOUR STUDENT TO SCHOOL.
Click HERE to learn more about MESA's contributions to our schools!
ADDENDUM TO OUR STUDENT HANDBOOK
Click HERE for our Student Handbook
Click HERE for our Returning and Learning Handbook Addendum
Copies of both the handbook and the addendum can always be found on our website: Jordan/Jackson Elementary website
NOTE: FIRST DAY OF IN-PERSON LEARNING
Cohort A (Last Names A-K), 1st Day In-Person = October 15, Mondays and Thursdays
Cohort B (Last Names L-Z), 1st Day In-Person = October 16, Tuesdays and Fridays
ALL WEDNESDAYS WILL BE REMOTE FOR THE 2020-2021 SCHOOL YEAR
STUDENT LATE ARRIVALS AND EARLY DISMISSALS
An Excerpt from our Returning and Learning Handbook Addendum Regarding Attendance
Student attendance will be tracked each day. It is expected that students attend their remote learning and/or in-person classes as scheduled. Absenteeism will be addressed considering guidance from the Department of Elementary and Secondary Education. Students who are quarantined due to contact, but are not sick, would not be marked absent because they can attend remotely. Families should notify the child's teacher or the school office regarding individual circumstances that may arise which interfere with the student’s ability to attend (internet issues, connectivity problems, etc.) class remotely.
For the 2020-2021 school year, a parent/guardian email will be accepted to excuse illness where a doctor’s office visit is not required. The purpose of this procedure is to encourage families to keep their child home if they are exhibiting symptoms or are feeling unwell. When possible, it would be helpful to give your child's teacher advance notice that your child will be absent, late, or dismissed.