• Welcome to Mrs. Jones's 



     Remote Learning is in full effect! Please do not hesitate to contact me. I am here to help you answer questions and address your concerns!


    My Contact Information:

    Phone: 732-833-4650

    Email (The best way to reach me): jmjones@jacksonsd.org


    Important Information Regarding Student's Personal Items: 

    Dear Parents/Guardians,

    Teachers in grades Kindergarten through Fourth will be contacting you  (via email, Google Classroom, Remind, Dojo)  to inform you that your child's items left in their desks will be baggedlabeled, and returned to them in September with their new teacher. Should your child have left any essential personal items deemed necessary such as eye glasses, medication, etc…, please contact your child’s teacher.  These items will be collected and parents will be contacted to coordinate a scheduled pick up time Monday through Friday between the hours of 8:00am. and 12:30pm.

    EXCEPTION: Our Grade 5 students will be receiving ALL of their items, including promotion certificates, yearbooks, etc. during the last week of school...more information to follow at a later time.

    Thank you in advance for your cooperation and support.

    We Are Switlik!

    We Miss You!!

    Stay Switlik Strong!!!



    Keep scrolling for some helpful resources to assist you in your learning.



    1 Step= 15 minutes of Reading.

    Remember to read 2 steps (30 minutes) each night to reach your goal!


    This is a great resource from Scholastic to learn at home! 



    Epic Bookshttps://www.getepic.com/students

    *If you don't already an account to log in, please let me know.


    RAZ Kidshttps://www.kidsa-z.com/main/Login

    *If you don't have a username and would like one, please let me know. I'm here to help!












     "Success in mathematics education also is important for individual citizens, because it gives them college and career options, and it increases prospects for future income. A strong grounding in high school mathematics through Algebra II or higher correlates powerfully with access to college, graduation from college, and earning in the top quartile of income from employment."

    -National Mathematics Advisory Panel, Final Report, p. xiii



    Keep practicing those math facts!


    Have you checked out the math website??

    Students can gain access to the online text, Homework Buddy, games and other resources. Here's how:


    EnVision Math Login Instructions for Students:

    Students will use their district Google account credentials to log into Pearson EnVision Math.  You will NOT use a username or password to access your Math resources and class assignments.  

    Please find your login instructions below:

    1.  You MUST FIRST LOG INTO your district Google account (or Gmail)
      1. Your email is studentID@jacksonsd.org  ex: 8675309@jacksonsd.org
      2. Password: initials and studentID  ex: jb8675309
      3. If this is your first time logging into Gmail, your password is welcome#jsd.  
    2. While still in your Gmail, go to the Apps button (waffle).
    3. Click “More” at the bottom.
    4. Click the “Easy Bridge” icon and you will be there! taken directly to Pearson.  Just click “Realize” in the lower right and you’re there!



     Envision  2en


    Reflex Math

    Log In Instructions:

    Go to www.reflexmath.com/go and enter teacher name. 

    It will be either dmcelwee or jmjones



    Enter your class:



    Select your name:



    Enter your password, which is your lunch #.

    (You should have brought your ID cards home with you)




    Go to www.student.freckle.com and enter your class code.


    Grade 2:5D3ZXH

    Grade 3:  PYDAU4

    Grade4: HXGYDY

    **Remember you can always use your teacher's log in information as well!**


    Enter your first and last name:




    Now you are ready to go! You can always complete the adaptive practice in Math or check to see if your teacher has assigned anything!


    3rd and 4th Grades: Adaptive Practice with Fractions is a great tool to keep up with your fraction practice!