Jackson Students and Families,
As our final month of remote learning begins, I want to thank you all for your continued support and partnership as we face challenges and successes hand-in-hand. We know frustration levels may have, at times, increased to a breaking point for some of you. Our goal has always been to do whatever it takes to bridge the communication gaps with frequent outreach and to offer meaningful instruction, practice, support and feedback in multiple and flexible ways for every child and family. Our teachers and staff have stepped up in amazing and innovative ways, and I want to honor and recognize their efforts as well. I’m proud to work with each of them and especially so during this time.
May 4-8 is Teacher Appreciation Week. Nothing touches the heart of an educator more than seeing his/her students learn and grow. If you’d like to thank your teacher(s), you could send an actual note mailed to 9370 Lancer Road, PO Box 70, Hebron, Ohio 43025, email a message perhaps with a picture/short video, or share a post to our Facebook/Twitter pages. Believe me, it will lift their spirits to hear from you!
We’re finalizing a plan for returning student belongings and collecting items such as library/classroom books or completed work mailed out at the beginning the closure. During the week of May 18th, we will conduct curbside pick-up/drop-off hours. Details on the way as soon as we have the plan worked out.
I just heard from HRImaging, our school pictures/yearbook company. As a non-essential business, they have been closed and will reopen May 12th. We don’t expect yearbooks to arrive before late summer at this point. I’ll let you know when I have any updates. We'll be sure you get your yearbook when they finally arrive.
As always, take care and stay in touch!
Carol Field, [email protected]