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Jefferson Elementary School


A Note From The Principal:


Welcome to Jefferson Elementary School's Web Page! Jefferson is located next door to Appleton's scenic Pierce Park and continues to exhibit tremendous pride in its long standing history of excellence, community and rich cultural diversity since 1949.

Jefferson is one of the seven elementary schools in Appleton to be a part of the SAGE (Student Achievement Guarantee in Education) program. SAGE enables us to have smaller class sizes (18:1) in grades K-3 helping all children to be more successful; however, small class sizes by themselves are not enough to help all children be successful. Jefferson's incredibly dedicated staff is committed to reflecting on how to enable each student to reach their true academic, emotional, physical and social potential while inspiring them to discover their inner passion to learn. More

 

 

Fox River Academy Charter School


Fox River Academy Logo

 

Office Hours:


7:30AM-3:45PM

 

Announcements:

Late Start:  Wednesday, January 14

 

ALICE Training (letter to parents)

Intruder Drill Info

Jefferson Report Card

 

 

Jefferson Handbook 2014-15

Elementary & Middle School Policy Manuals for FAMILIES

 

Parent/Guardian Testing Information 2014-15

Hmong Translation

Spanish Translation

*Attention parents of 4K students

*Attention paretns of 5th grade students


 

Progress Report Information

 

February 18, 2014 Referendum Information

http://www.aasdreferendum.com

Referendum Information School Newsletter Flyer

 

Bully Prevention Efforts

 

Click Here For Full Calendar

December 2014

 

Mission Statement:


Making Connections that Count.

 

21st Century Community Learning Center:


YMCAJefferson Elementary, Fox River Academy, and the YMCA of the Fox Cities are excited to continue their commitment to helping children achieve success! We look forward to providing your child with enriching activities after school that support their development.
Click Here For More Information

 

Bobbi DeWitt - Jefferson-FRA/YMCA 21st CCLC Coordinator
DewittBobbi@aasd.k12.wi.us
(920) 209-0159

 

Birth - Five Program:


The Appleton Area School District's Birth Five Outreach Program offers valuable links to school and community supports, which impact our community's most valuable resource: Our Children!

 

For more Birth - Five information including parent resources, newsletters, activities and events
Visit the AASD Birth - Five Web Page

 

Cori Laux - Birth - Five Site Resource Coordinator
LauxCoreen@aasd.k12.wi.us
(920) 209-1261

 

 

News:


Jet Express
Read our monthly parent newsletter, "Jet Express", to find out what's going on at Jefferson.

Click Here

 

AASD LEAP - Learning, Enrichment, and Athletic Programs
This is a monthly publication to inform families of community activities for children.

LEAP Community Opportunities for kids

 

Jefferson Report Card

Beyond the School Report Card

 

Progress Report Letter

District Wide Survey and Progress Report

 

Jefferson Elementary-Fox River Academy Chosen as a National Green Ribbon School
Download the Press Release

 

Late Start Information For Parent Meetings
This is an exploration of a monthly two hour late start day to provide all teachers and staff members increased time for collaboration and instructional planning. Please see our FAQ letter.
Download the Letter

Late Start Information

2014-15 Late Start Dates

Late Start Registration Deadlines

 

Both the educational materials and the library materials committee need interested parent to apply by August 25th. Your input is valued and important as we continue to assess and evaluate our materials in our schools.

Educational Materials Review Committee Interest Form

Library Media Materials Review Committee Interest Form

 

Innovative School/Business Partnership:

Community First CU and the Appleton Area School District have been working together since 1996 on a collaborative effort to address educating our students in the area of financial literacy. This innovative school/business partnership led to the development and introduction of a unique education program to provide ongoing financial education and hands-on learning opportunities for district students at the elementary, middle and high schools.

http://www.communityfirstcu.org/HS_Partnership

http://www.communityfirstcu.org/Reality_Check

Vital Program:

The Volunteers in Tutoring at Lawrence (VITAL) Program is a free tutoring service provided by Lawrence Student Volunteers for elementary through high school students in the Fox Valley area. We match Lawrence volunteers with students who need help in a wide variety of academic subjects. Our volunteer tutors, after having accepted a match, arrange to meet with the students for a minimum of one hour per week at the Mudd Library. VITAL Tutors can help with:

  • Elementary math, Pre-Algebra and Algebra, Geometry, Pre-Calculus and Calculus, Trigonometry, Physics
  • Spelling, Reading, Higher level English, Literature, Writing
  • Biology, Chemistry

Economics, History and Geography, General study skills and organization skills, SAT and ACT preparation, Foreign languages, Music

 

To apply for a tutor, parents can visits the Lawrence Volunteer and Community Service Center website and fill out a short online application at

http://www.lawrence.edu/dept/student_dean/volunteer/Lawrence_Programs/VITAL/VOTAL_Tutor Request.shtml

Once we receive your request, we will try and match up your student as quickly as possible with a tutor.

 

Attention Parents of Fifth Grade Students: New Immunization Requirements For 2013-14
Parents of current 5th grade students are required to have their children vaccinated or claim a waiver before the 2013/14 fall semester.
Download Letter to Parents

 

Attention Parents of Sixth Grade Students: New Immunization Requirements For 2013-14
Parents of incoming 6th grade students are required to have their children vaccinated or claim a waiver before the 2013/14 fall semester.

Download Letter to Parents

Meningococcal Disease: Protect Your Child

 

Positive Behavior Intervention and Support (PBIS) Newsletter
The POPS Committee (the team of staff who look at data to determine systems for our positive behavior framework to promote consistency and community) is looking for family members to be part of our committee. We will provide training and a purpose! Would you be interested in joining us?
Download PBIS Brochure

2013 PBIS School Brochure

 

Positive Behavior Intervention and Support (PBIS) - Bullying
The Board of Education and staff consider bullying to be detrimental to the health and safety of students and disruptive to the educational process.
Download Letter to Parents

Bullying Behavior Report Form
Download Bullying Behavior Report Form

 

Vaccination Letter from the Appleton Health Department
Immunization is the best way to protect your children from 16 potentially harmful, sometimes deadly, diseases. Children in Wisconsin are required to be vaccinated against diseases like measles and whooping cough before they can enter school.

If parents have questions regarding this change, please call the Appleton Health Department at: (920) 832-6429 and ask for the intake nurse.
Download the Letter

 

New Jefferson Elementary Park
Download the Park Letter

 

School Safety: Abuse & Neglect Policy Revised
Download the Safety Letter

 

Materials Selection policy and Library Media Materials Selection
At the Board of Education meeting on October 24, 2011, changes to Board Policy 361: Educational Materials Selection were unanimously approved by the School Board. Please see the letter below for details.
Available in English, Hmong, and Spanish translations.

 

Appleton Area School District Curriculum at a Glance
Kindergarten through Grade Eight - Communication Arts, Mathematics, Science, and Social Studies
Available in English, Hmong, and Spanish translations.

 

Wisconsin Knowledge and Concepts Examination (WKCE) Letter
In the Appleton Area School District, and across the state of Wisconsin, we are working to ensure that our students are ready for further education and careers. Our state assessment has been changing to reflect this priority. In the next couple of months, Wisconsin public schools will receive the results of the Wisconsin Knowledge and Concepts Examinations (WKCE) that students in Grades 3 through 8 and 10 took this fall. Download the Letter

 

Fox River Academy Coffee and Tea Sale
This is an on-going service that is offered with 20% of the proceeds going to Fox Trackers Booster Fund offering gourmet roast to order coffee and tea by Acoca Coffee.
Download the Letter and Order Form

 

Fox Trackers Scrip Order Form‏
This is a fundraiser program where a percentage of the total gift card purchase is donated to Fox Trackers Booster Fund.
Download the Order Form

 

         
     

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