|A PARENTS ROLE IN SCHOOL
For some reason, many parents do not feel they are responsible for their teenager's actions. They feel their teens are 'old enough' to 'know better' and therefore are totally responsible for themselves. That simply is not true. If there is any confusion about this - if your teen has tried to erase this line for you - listen to this very simple statement: You not only have the right to check up on your teen and see that they are behaving appropriately, you have the responsibility legally to do so.
Red Jacket Parent Newsletter
Red Jacket Parent Newsletter
Parent Right To Know
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GA PARENTAL INFORMATION AND RESOURCE CENTER
The objective of the GA Parental Information
and Resource Center (GA PIRC) is to strengthen partnerships among
parents, teachers, principals, administrators, and other personnel in
meeting the educational needs of children.
The GA PIRC is a federally funded initiative
of Communities in Schools of Georgia. The funding is provided by
the U.S. Department of Education Office of Innovation and Improvement.
GA PIRC works with state and federal programs to provide information and
resources on early childhood through high school parent involvement.
Parents are provided with technical assistance in communicating
effectively with teachers, principals, counselors, administrators and
other school personnel.
Blog About It ... Please visit the
GA PIRC blog to discuss
engagement strategies, best practices
Please contact the Georgia Parental
Information and Resource Center for Additional Information
Julie Hollis --
-- 404-881-3292 -- 1-800-838-5784 ext. 3292
600 West Peachtree Street, Suite 600,
Atlanta, GA 30306
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|PARENT TEACHER ASSOCIATION (PTA)
As the largest volunteer child advocacy association in the nation, National Parent Teacher Association (PTA) reminds our country of its obligations to children and provides parents and families with a powerful voice to speak on behalf of every child while providing the best tools for parents to help their children be successful students.
CLICK HERE To Visit The National PTA Website
(note: this is not the JVHS PTA site)
Dear Parent or Student,
Get your pictures in the yearbook! The Yearbook Staff invites
students and parents to submit photos for the yearbook. If you've got
great photos of school and community events or you and your friends just
having fun, we'd like to see them. Our photographers can't be
everywhere. Help us get as many photos as possible to create a terrific
book everyone will want to have.
Here is how you can submit photos online:
• Go to:
• If it does not automatically log you into the site, enter
username:400113207 and password:jordan2012
• Browse to select the photo(s) you wish to upload.
• Enter information about the photo and provide contact information
in case the staff needs additional information.
• Click "Save Details".
It's that easy! Submit your photos today! The last day to submit photos
Thank you, and enjoy the rest of the school year!
Mrs. Rachel DuBois, Yearbook Adviser & the 2012 Yearbook Staff.
The Yearbook Staff will review all photos and determine final
yearbook content. We cannot guarantee that all submissions can be used
in the book.