Principal's Message

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    Fred    

    Greetings Parents and Guardians!

     

    On behalf of the staff at Jacksonville Elementary School, I would like to welcome you to the 2019-2020 school year!  Our staff has diligently been preparing for the children’s arrival at school and we are very excited for the year to get underway, a few short days from now.  We have a caring and compassionate staff, who strive to create an environment where all students will be successful, while learning at high levels.  However, a crucial component of your child’s success in school will be because of a strong partnership with you.  Children are successful in school when they are supported both in school and at home.  The parents at Jacksonville know this and consistently do this very well.  This is one reason that Jacksonville is such an outstanding school!  Thank you all for this partnership!

     

    As partners, here are some reminders of strategies that you may use at home to help continually support your child’s learning at school:

     

    • Make sure that your child maintains good attendance and arrives on time daily, by 7:55 a.m.
    • Have your child read outside of school, daily?
    • Talk to your child about school. Ask specific questions about your child’s daily school experience.  Alert your child’s teacher of any difficulty that your child is experiencing at school.
    • Make sure that your child is completing assigned homework.
    • Continue to speak to your child about the importance of school and that you expect him/her to succeed in school. Foster and encourage communication about their future career goals. 
    • Sign up to be a VIMS at Jacksonville. We have many opportunities!  We cannot do school successfully without your help.

     

    Parents, each year out staff focuses some attention on a school wide theme, which is in some way related to the Jacksonville Musical.  This year our staff will talk about perseverance (which is a district core value), a positive outlook and what it means to have “grit.”  As you know, life is full of obstacles and we want our students to learn to “stick with it” when things are tough.  This attribute is vital in the future successes of our students and I hope you’ll join us in supporting your student’s growth in this important area.

    Parents, we are honored to be in the position of educating your child.  We believe that all children have amazing potential and we look forward to observing the remarkable growth and accomplishments that children will experience this year.  We will work hard to make this school year a positive experience for every student!  Again, thank you in advance for your partnership!

      

    Fred Kondziela

    Principal

    Jacksonville Elementary School