Dec. 7, 2022 from 6-7 p.m. - SEAC Workshop - No-Cost Community Resources To Help Meet the Emotional and Behavioral Needs of Children
Collaboration between the Jackson Office of School Counseling and SEAC. Will be held at Jackson Liberty High School - Lecture Hall - See Flyer for More Information and to Register
From the Milken Foundation: "Shaina Brenner personifies the qualities of a Milken Educator. She prioritizes her students' needs and develops creative strategies to engage and prepare them for success in our rapidly changing world,"
Sept. 1, 2022 - Jackson School District Overview of 2022-2023 School Year- Including COVID-Related Information for Families and Staff
We are looking forward to a great year! This information is available in both text and video format.
New Lunch Pricing for 2022-2023 and Free Lunch Program in Place During Pandemic has Expired - Families MUST APPLY NOW for Free/Reduced Lunch Eligibility
Remember when your children had access to free breakfast and lunch for the past two years and you didn’t have to apply for it at all? That pandemic-related federal program has ended. Please read important information.
Does your child need to be bused to or from a caregiver either before of after school? If so, caregiver transportation request forms are due by Aug. 9.
This is only if your child goes to or from school from a caregiver outside of your home. Caregiver Forms Must Be Received by Aug. 9 in order to be in place for the first day of school. We will process forms after that date, but this is the deadline for arrangements to be in place by the first day of school.
Proof of immunization must be received by Oct. 14, 2022 or your child will be excluded from school after that date. Please read message for form you can take to your doctor.
S2 Cuts are Unraveling Our District: How YOU Can Help Advocate for the Funding Our Students Deserve - Please Help!
ADVOCATE for our children by contacting legislative leaders. EXPLAIN how these cuts will impact our children. IMPLORE budget leaders to PAUSE S2 CUTS (at a minimum).
How Updated NJ Learning Standards in Health and Physical Education Will be Taught in the Jackson School District
With regard to new updates to the standards/curriculum about which parents have asked questions - or standards that have been in place for years but have gained attention recently – we are providing some context and details about the Jackson School District’s approach in these areas.
District Anti-Bullying Coordinator
Raymond Milewski, 732-415-7020
Elms Elementary Anti-Bullying Coordinator
Dara Feibelman, 732-833-4680, ext. 4737
See Our HIB Information Page
for our District & School Grades and Other Info
on Harassment, Intimidation & Bullying
Title IX Coordinator: Dan Baginski, Assistant Superintendent