School Calendar

Tuesday, February 2
Dr. Seuss Assemblies
Wednesday, February 3
4 PM - Parent University
6:30 PM TIME Program
Friday, February 5
6:30 PM - Candy Bingo
Tuesday, February 9
Board of Ed - Workshop Meeting
5:30 PM @ Administration Building
Committee of the Whole (Workshop) Meeting
Agenda
 is posted the day before the meeting
Wednesday, February 10
6:30 PM TIME Program
7PM Rosenauer PTA Meeting
K-8 Report Cards Available on Portal

Today, 2/6/2016
High: 47 Low: 31
Partly sunny
8% chance of precipitation.
Tomorrow, 2/7/2016
High: 47 Low: 36
Slight chance rain showers
21% chance of precipitation.

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Congratulations to
Rosenauer
Spelling Bee Champion, 
Faith Montana, 
and the four finalists: 
Amelia Beja, 
Mia Comitini, 
Wyatt Juczak, 
and Xavier Lowe.​




3rd and 4th grade
Jump Rope for Heart
 is Feb. 17th, 2016.




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Launch Pad




Board Briefs

Notice: Thursday, Jan. 28 @ 6:30 p.m.
Student Diagnosed with Whooping Cough at JLHS

The district was notified today that a student at Jackson Liberty High School has tested positive for pertussis, which is commonly known as whooping cough. The student affected has received the appropriate treatment and is no longer contagious.

Pertussis is a highly contagious disease that is spread through the air by a cough or a sneeze. It begins with cold symptoms and a cough, which become much worse over 1-2 weeks. Symptoms usually include a long series of coughing fits followed by a “whooping’’ noise. However, older children, adults and very young infants may not develop the whoop. There is generally only a slight fever.

We have been in contact with the Ocean County Health Department and we will continue to monitor the situation in our district. If additional cases arise, we will again notify parents.

We encourage you to read the district letter below, which includes important health information for parents and staff that can be used to monitor your own health and the health of your children.



District Letter About Pertussis (Whooping Cough)
Jan. 28, 2016



New!!
2016-2017
 District Calendar
Approved

Also, See the Revised
Current School Year
2015-2016 Calendar 
FYI: These documents are always available on the district website under the "Calendar''
link on the top of the page.

Jackson Board of Education
"Building a Budget''
Meeting Schedule & Info

Visit the
BOE Budget Page for our "Building a Budget'' presentation schedule

and info on how you can
offer your input on the budgeting process.


NEW EDITION!
"Pride in Education"
 

On behalf of the JEA,
you are invited to read
about the great things
going on in our schools!

JEA Newsletter


NEW!
Jackson School District Curriculum Online

 

We are proud to announce the launch of a new website that has a searchable database of the approved curriculum in the Jackson School District.

This resource, known as the
Rubicon Atlas Curriculum Program, provides public access to our most up-to-date curriculum, including overviews of content by grade level, unit summaries and the essential questions students are expected to be able to answer upon completion of each unit.

To get started, click on the icon above. Select the “Browse’’ tab to see a list of courses, or begin searching by grade and subject on your own.

For now, the site features our complete curriculum in the areas of English Language Arts, Math, Social Studies, Physical Education and Health and World Language. This site will be a living database that will be updated as we update our curriculum to be fully aligned with state standards. (e.g. Science, Music, Art, Business, Technology).

We are proud of our curriculum and we hope you will enjoy being able to take a first-hand look at all the ways we strive to help students excel.


District Happenings

It may be freezing out, but...
It's Time to Think Spring and 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, drawing or CSI?
There are SO MANY Summer School Programs Available!
Jackson Community School
Spring/Summer 2016
Brochure

Spring/Summer 2016 Brochure

Look Today!


BREAKTHROUGHS
IN
LEARNING

Do you have difficulty communicating with your child? 
Would you like to learn new approaches that bring out positive results both behaviorally and academically?

Free and Open to All Elementary School Parents
Join Us for a Light Meal, too!
Free Childcare!

Sessions in mornings, afternoon and evenings to accommodate parents at four different schools on various dates between January and April.

Attend ANY session at ANY school - Open to all ages and grades!

There is no cost to attend, but you must register, as space is limited. 

CLICK HERE TO REGISTER


Read more...

See Our New Page!! 

PARCC Testing Dates
Understand Your Scores
Learn About Our Grading Changes
Find Resources and Sample Tests
Read our FAQ

Does Your Child Want to Play a Middle School or High School Sport Next Year?

Remember to hand in your completed Pre-Participation Physical Packets to Your Child's Middle School or High School.
 IF you are participating in any school sponsored athletic activity that takes place during the summer time (i.e. fall sports) you must have a current athletic physical.

 Note: Completed JMHS forms may be dropped off to Jackson Liberty High School's Athletic Department during the summer months.

Start Your Day
the Healthy Way
with School Breakfast!
Low-cost. High Nutrition. See Below. 
 Breakfast Program Info Menus

Stay Connected to
News & Info About
Your Child's Education

From The Principal

2/5/16


Dear Rosenauer Parents,

This past week we welcomed “The Cat in the Hat”.  Our entire school benefitted from the assemblies and the students really seemed to enjoy the presentation.  Thank you to the PTA for making the necessary arrangements and paying for the program.

Just a reminder to parents that all students have access to both the Raz-Kid and the IXL Math online sites.  Both these programs are accessible to students at home and are paid for by the PTA.  Please utilize these resources to help reinforce your child's educational skills in the areas of literacy and math.


“Give a Kid a Smile Day” is Friday, Feb. 5.  Check out our E-BackPack for details.   It’s a great opportunity to have your child’s teeth checked for free!

A special thank you to all the families that donated to the “Souper Bowl” food drive that took place over the past few weeks.  The Broncos were voted to win the Super Bowl over the weekend.  The real winner is the Jackson Food Pantry.  They will receive 8 boxes of canned goods thanks to your generosity.

Lastly, thank you to Mr. Christopher Carroll.  Chris had won the Principal for a Day raffle earlier this year and Friday was his day to serve as acting principal.  Mr. Carroll assisted me in announcements, taking room temperatures, delivering birthday cards to students from the PTA, and will help supervise dismissal.  It will be challenging based on the weather but his assistance will be very helpful.


As always have a wonderful  weekend and enjoy the Super Bowl!

Mr. Polakowski & Chris Carroll

Next week’s school events:

Monday-- Grade level projects and initiatives

Tuesday--Grade level projects and initiatives

Wednesday--PTA meeting (7PM)

Thursday--  Grade level projects and initiatives

Friday--Grade level projects and initiatives


District messages:

New Community School Spring/Summer 2016 Brochure!

Please check out the NEW Jackson Community School Spring and Summer Brochure, which features informative and interesting opportunities to learn gymnastics, karate, science, piano, crafting, first aid/CPR, office and computer skills and more! It also includes information about how to get your little one ready for kindergarten or first aid, and our summer programs (including some amazing summer music programs). Registration has just begun!


FYI for Parents:  District Evaluating New Approach to Active Shooter Drills

The district wants to let our parents know we are evaluating a new approach to how we could handle an active shooter situation. This approach or plan, which has gained national attention, is referred to as A.L.I.C.E., and includes additional strategies and options we may decide to employ in our district. Please take a moment to read a letter from the superintendent about this approach and about a pilot training program we are conducting. Please keep in mind, however, there are currently NO changes taking place in our district procedures. The letter is also available on the district website.




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

Clifford Menafra
(732) 415-7020
Rosenauer S
chool
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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