School Calendar

Monday, May 25
Schools Closed
Memorial Day
Tuesday, May 26
12:45 PM - 5th Grade Orientation to Middle School @ McAuliffe
Wednesday, May 27
5th Grade class trip to Constitution Hall, Philadelphia
Monday, June 1
4th Grade Field Day
Tuesday, June 2
5th Gr. Field Day
Wednesday, June 3
2 PM - POW/MIA 4th Gr. Assembly
6 PM - Science Fair/Art Gallery

Today, 5/28/2015
High: 87 Low: 61
Chance thunderstorms
38% chance of precipitation.
Tomorrow, 5/29/2015
High: 83 Low: 62
Partly sunny
6% chance of precipitation.

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District Happenings

Does Your Child Want to Play a Sport Next Year?
Sports Physicals June 8 and June 10
See Info and Schedule

Physicals are being held on the dates and times listed below. All physical will take place at Jackson Liberty High School.
  • Monday, June 8th for students attending Jackson Liberty High School or McAuliffe Middle School
  • Wednesday, June 10 for students attending Jackson Memorial High School or Goetz Middle School

Please be sure to READ MORE below to see the list of the scheduled times by sport and to download the necessary forms.


“They didn’t do math this way when I was a kid!’’

“When I was in school, we just read – 
we didn’t have to worry about all this other stuff.’’

Do you find yourself saying
(or thinking) things like this?
Are you sometimes afraid to open that backpack to see what kind of “homework monster’’ lives in there?

The Jackson School District’s
Parent University can help!

Upcoming sessions:
June 2nd, June 4th and June 10th
Learn How to Stop the "Summer Slide''
We will also be raffling off some FREE Learning Games!

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and More Information

These sessions are open to ALL parents. Free child care is available.
You are welcome and encouraged to attend a session at ANY of these schools!

It's Time to Think Summer!
Get your little ones ready for Kindergarten or 1st Grade.
How about summer music programs or
piano or guitar or drum lessons? 
Or gymnastics, karate, or Extreme Science and CSI.
There are SO MANY Summer School Programs Available!
Spring/Summer 2015

Spring/Summer 2015 Brochure

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Let's Stay Healthy!
Protect Yourself From
Enterovirus D68
and Other Illnesses

According to the Centers for Disease Control (CDC), enterovirus D68 (EV-D68) infections have recently been documented across the United States. 

More info from the CDC
FAQ from the NJ Dept. of Health
Help Yourself:
Limit exposure to D68,
the flu and other viruses:
  • If you are sick, stay home.
  • Cover your mouth when you cough or sneeze.
  • Wash your hands.
  • Talk to Your Child: Select the image below for a graphic you can use to discuss these personal hygiene measures with your child.

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A Note From our School Nurses:


Start Your Day
the Healthy Way
with School Breakfast!
Low-cost. High Nutrition. See Below. 
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From The Principal

Dear Rosenauer Families,

Attention 5th grade parents!  I have posted the 5th grade “Happenings” list which includes all the upcoming events for the remainder of the school year.  The list includes the “Moving Up Ceremony” which is scheduled for Tuesday, June 16th, at 10AM. 

Next Wednesday our 4th graders will take the NJ Ask Science section.  The test will take approximately an hour.  Attendance is very important.  Students who miss a day will need to make it up.  All students should get a good night’s sleep and have a nutritious breakfast each and every morning.  Studies also show that students who are hydrated perform better on standardized tests.  Although this test will not be used for placement purposes, we would like our students to try their best!  Thank you for your cooperation.

Lastly, I have had some questions about the Science Fair for grades 3-5.  To clarify, the assignment is going to be graded.  The grades can range from a homework grade to a test grade depending on the teacher.  The science project will NOT count for more than 20% of the fourth marking period grade.  The projects are to be brought to school and will be displayed in the APR the night of June 3rd.  Teachers, depending on grade level, will indicate what topic the students should focus on.  Students who are interested in performing experiments are encouraged to discuss their ideas with their teacher to decide on how to present it on the 3rd.  If you have any questions or concerns, please reach out to your child’s teacher for clarification.

Have a wonderful 3 day weekend!                                                         

Schedule of Events:

Monday— OFF (Memorial Day)

Tuesday— 5th grade orientation at McAuliffe

Wednesday— 4th grade NJ Ask (Science only)

                           5th grade Class trip

Thursday Grade level projects and initiatives

Friday— Grade level projects and initiatives


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District & School Grades
and Other Info on
Harassment, Intimidation
& Bullying
Jackson School District
Anti-Bullying Coordinator

Clifford Menafra
(732) 415-7020
Rosenauer S
Anti-Bullying Specialist

Paul Hrebik
(732) 833-4630, Ext. 2110
Sylvia Rosenauer Elementary School, 60 Citadel Drive, Jackson, NJ 08527
Phone: 732-833-4630
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