*Looking Ahead* Important Dates
12/18 & 12/19:
** Parent Conferences** be sure to sign up using the link your child's teacher sent out!
12/21: Class Holiday Parties! *No gift exchange
12/21: End of Semester 1
12/21-1/7: Winter Break. Students return to school on Tuesday, 1/8
1/21: MLK Day- No school
All Pro Dads Breakfast
The All-Pro Dad Breakfast is to be held December 14th in the JES cafeteria.
Due to construction and limited parking, we ask Dad’s to please park in surrounding parking lots and along the side of the road.
Front parking spaces are needed for teacher parking and parents dropping off the students. We truly appreciate your understanding during this time.
Notes From The Office
Over the course of the last month we have noticed a large increase in the number of students arriving to school late. Please know that each school day begins at 7:55 a.m. The car line closes at 7:50 a.m. so that all teachers are able to return to their classrooms and provide instruction for our students. After 7:55 a.m., students are considered tardy and must be signed in the front office by a parent. Due to safety concerns, it is imperative that parents park in the front parking lot and walk the child into the office. The parking lot is extremely busy during this time and allowing students to walk in the parking lot or across the bus lane unattended is very dangerous. Having students ready and in their classrooms at 7:55 a.m. ensures they begin their day on a positive note without the stress of feeling behind and minimizes disruptions to the instructional environment. We truly appreciate your assistance.
Accessing Resources from Home
Your child's resources are easy to access. Click on the link below. This will take you to the ClassLink login page. Enter your child's s# (student number) and his/her password. A dashboard will pop-up for you to select from. If you need any further assistance, contact your child's teacher.
Week of: Dec. 10th - 14th
Writing: Opinion Writing
Word Study: Wordly Wise
Reading: Understanding Non-fiction Text
Social Studies: Texas & Mexico's Independence