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Information About the 20-21 Academic Year (Updated July 27, 2020)

“True success comes only when every generation can influence the next generation”-John C Maxwell

July 27, 2020 

Dear Parents and Guardians,

Thank you for all of your patience and support as we get closer to the start of our school year. Our teachers and staff have been working hard to prepare for virtual learning, and are looking forward to seeing the faces of our students online. In preparation for the upcoming school year, your child’s classroom placement letter will be mailed out on Friday, July 31st. 

July 27-31

  • Please review your  phone numbers, emails, and  home mailing address on Aeries to ensure accurate communication. If the mailing address is incorrect, fill out the change of mailing address form.

  • We want to ensure that all students have internet connectivity for virtual learning.  As our school district is in the process of getting hotspots available, please indicate on this Hotspot Request form by July 31st if you are in need of the internet for virtual learning.  Students are required to follow the Hotspot agreement

July 31 

  • Log on to Virtual Learning Welcome Back Packet on the school website at https://jackson.mhusd.org/virtual-learning or sign up to receive updated information from Home & School Club (HSC) HERE. This packet will have important information for you and your student to review.  There are two forms that you need to return during your student’s materials pick up time, which indicates that you have read and understood the Virtual Learning Welcome Back Packet Information. The two forms that need to be returned are Acknowledgment of Welcome Back Packet Signature Page and Digital Learning Platforms Permission Slip. These two forms will be in the letter mailed directly to you. 

Finally, I encourage you to start making an area in your home for your children to have a designated space to do school work.  Set up a desk or table, and remove as many distractions as possible so they have a clean and organized learning environment.  After picking up materials, place them in the learning area.  

As we are currently experiencing history, parents set the tone and the climate for student learning at home.  I am so honored to be able to work with such amazing parents and teachers, and I thank you for all of your leadership to support student success.

 

In appreciation,

Patrick Buchser 

Principal

 

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