Parent-Teacher night is Thursday October 17 from 5-7 pm. Please come to Jackson this Thursday to meet your child’s teacher and discuss progress to date.
There are no appointments and conferences will be on a first-come-first serve basis.
We look forward to seeing you on Thursday evening.
This week Interim reporting week at SAS-Jackson. This is an informal report on student progress and is intended to provided students, and families, with information that is meaningful to them and helps them to improve their own learning.
Interim reports, at the discretion of the classroom teacher, can take a variety of forms, such as:
- telephone calls
- interim reports (written or oral)
- conferences (parent-teacher-student)
- Parent-Teacher Night is on Thursday, October 17 from 5-7pm
- Teacher Connect
Please look for this communication this week and contact the classroom teacher directly for information regarding interim reports.
Every student in British Columbia should have access to healthy and effective learning environments; lack of access to menstrual products can negatively impact students’ school attendance and their social-emotional well-being. Providing all students with convenient access to free menstrual products helps to support their full participation in school activities, reduces stigma and promotes gender equality. Menstrual products are readily available to students at Jackson, free of charge.
At Jackson, menstrual products are available in the counseling centre and office.
Here is the link to the Ministry policy that is directing this initiative: https://www2.gov.bc.ca/gov/content/education-training/k-12/administration/legislation-policy/public-schools/provision-of-menstrual-products
Shuswap Theatre is thrilled to announce a Relaxed Performance of The Wizard of Oz on Sunday, December 1st at 1:30pm. This performance will be modified in order to welcome those who have been diagnosed with Autism Spectrum Disorder, sensory sensitivities, dementia, or parents with very young children (3 and under).
A relaxed performance is a growing trend among theatres, and the aim is to create an inclusive theatrical experience. In a relaxed performance, certain elements of the production, including expectations around audience behaviours, are “relaxed” so that those who might not be able to attend a typical evening of theatre can feel welcome.
Parents, educators and students are cordially invited Monday, October 28 at 7:00 PM to attend a session on the teenage brain, by brain coach Gary Anaka at the DESC. Full details below.