Come out to support Cairo and her courageous battle!
about 2 months ago, JAG Schools
Cairo
NO SCHOOL / Monday, April 8th / Eclipse Calamity Day
about 2 months ago, Kristine Miller
Solar
Hangry in the morning? Try a Grab-n-Go breakfast on your way to class.
about 2 months ago, JAG Schools
breakfast
Congratulations JAG Preschool on a 5 Star renewal!
about 2 months ago, Rachelle Craine
PK 5 STARS
This spring JAG Elementary is planning activities where community members and families come in to help teach a skill/activity to the students. We are searching for volunteers to help lead a group. On these two dates, you would pair with an elementary teacher. You would plan an activity that could be completed over two sessions. You do not have to have a specific skill. Some ideas for activities are sports, crafts, auto mechanics, writing, dancing, singing, etc. We are looking for an engaging activity that students can interact with others and enjoy experiences that we do not typically spend time on at school. If you are interested in leading a group contact JAG Elementary, 330.527.2184.
about 2 months ago, Rachelle Craine
G-MEN
Tuesday, April 2nd @ 6:30 pm Charles C. Klamer PD Center
about 2 months ago, Kristine Miller
PTO
JAG is hiring a Dietary Aide. More details can be found at https://www.jagschools.org/page/employment
about 2 months ago, JAG Schools
Dietary Aide
NO SCHOOL - Spring Break / 3/25 - 3/29/24
2 months ago, Kristine Miller
spring break
We invite you to “Coffee with the Principals” Guest Speakers: Garfield PTO Representative When: Thursday, March 21st at 9:00 AM Where: Elementary Professional Development Room a breakfast treat and coffee provided Attendance at each meeting will add your name to a GMen Pride Spirit Raffle Winners will be announced May 16 th!
about 2 months ago, Kristine Miller
Coffee
JAG SCHOOLS TO CLOSE APRIL 8 FOR SOLAR ECLIPSE Ted Lysiak JAN 12, 2024 In line with the recommendations from the Portage County Emergency Management Agency, we have decided to declare a calamity day on April 8th. This decision is rooted in our commitment to ensuring the safety of our students and staff, particularly during transportation, as buses will be operating during the eclipse, and there's an expected increase in local traffic. To accommodate this precautionary measure, all after-school events scheduled for that evening will be rescheduled. We appreciate your understanding as we prioritize the safety of our students and staff during this extraordinary event. This solar eclipse holds special significance. These occurrences are extremely rare in Ohio. The last total solar eclipse visible in Ohio was in 1806, making this upcoming event an exceptionally unique and infrequent phenomenon for our region. The next total solar eclipse visible in Ohio is projected to occur on September 14, 2099, underscoring the extraordinary rarity of this event. A solar eclipse occurs when the moon casts its shadow on the Earth as it passes between the Earth and the Sun. A total solar eclipse occurs when the moon appears to totally obscure the Sun. To make the most of this historic occurrence, we encourage families to engage in a series of activities at home during the eclipse. Here are some suggestions: Solar Eclipse Viewing: Safely observe the eclipse using certified solar viewing glasses. Create a DIY Pinhole Projector: A simple and safe way to project the eclipse onto a surface (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vLODPPFsZdA) Stargazing Party: Take advantage of the darkened skies and explore the stars with your family. Educational Eclipse Activities: Research and engage in age-appropriate learning activities related to solar eclipses. Please take note of the following precautions: Eye Protection: Always use certified solar viewing glasses to protect your eyes when observing the eclipse. Traffic Safety: If you must travel, be cautious of increased traffic and allow extra time for your journey. We appreciate your cooperation and understanding as we navigate this unique situation. The safety of our students and staff remains our top priority. As always, please contact me, Office (330.527.4336) Cell (216.534.7413) or email (tlysiak@jagschools.org) if you have any questions. Have a great day! Go G-Men! Ted
2 months ago, Kristine Miller
Solar
Order your tickets now for the JAG Spring Musical production of Beauty and the Beast! https://www.showtix4u.com/event-details/82000 The show will run March 14, 15 and 16th at 7pm with a Matinée show at 2pm on March 16th.
2 months ago, JAG Schools
Beauty
Elementary Yearbook Orders due by 3/1/24
3 months ago, Kristine Miller
Yearbook
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Thank you to Officer Emily for all you do to keep us safe at JAG! Happy School Resource Officer Day! We 🖤💛you!
3 months ago, JAG Schools
Emily
100th Day of School
3 months ago, Kristine Miller
100 Day
100 Day
100 Day
100 Day
NO SCHOOL / February 19th / President's Day
3 months ago, Kristine Miller
President's
We invite you to “Coffee with the Principals” Guest Speakers: Curriculum - Mrs. Bockmuller/Mrs. Julius When: Thursday, February 15th at 9:00 AM Where: Elementary Professional Development Room a breakfast treat and coffee provided
3 months ago, Kristine Miller
We love our Counselors
3 months ago, Kristine Miller
counselor
Kindergarten Sing-A-Long
3 months ago, Kristine Miller
Kgtn Sing-A-Long
PRESCHOOL - Friday, February 9th - NO SCHOOL
3 months ago, Kristine Miller
PS News
Thank you to JAG PTO, Mrs. Stock, Mrs. Rodhe and all the volunteers for organizing the spaghetti dinner and art show! What a great time!
3 months ago, JAG Schools
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