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Student Attendance Is a Priority at Jo Lane
New State laws put more reporting responsibilities
on schools than ever before.
Parents must report student absences by 9AM
every time a student is absent from school.
If you qualify for Free/Reduced Lunch, you may receive breakfast in the morning for free. Stop by the cafeteria before school for breakfast.
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Read the "Daily Bulletin" here.
Just click on "Daily Bulletin" and click again on the link there to open the bulletin.
It will keep you in the know on current events and opportunities at Jo Lane.
This bulletin is read to your student
each school day in 1st period.
Stop Bullies is dedicated to address bullying in schools through a school-to-home newsletter and other digital
publications. We have arranged a special subscription that entitles you to register and receive this information
at no cost to you. The personal information that you use to register will be kept confidential and only used
by Stop Bullies to deliver useful information.
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If you would like help finding anything on our webpage,
please call 541-440-4104 or e-mail
Please take some time to visit all the links to the left to see all our web site has to offer and the quick links on the right of this page.
Jo Lane PSA supports JoLane student activities with escrip dollars. This is free money for Jo Lane every time you use your Safeway card. Each November you must renew your escrip.
Thanks for your continued support.
Gear Up and Personal Management
"An important aspect of GEAR UP is the category of PERONAL MANAGEMENT. Personal Management is the first of six Career-Related Learning Standards that we are integrating into all subject areas and areas of a student’s life and learning. Keeping track of what needs to be done and when it needs to be completed is important. Keeping that completed work in a place where you will be able to access it is just as important. Keeping yourself organized is a habit everyone will need in school and beyond. This is an important piece of PERSONAL MANAGEMENT.
The folders everyone is receiving today are given to help you with your organization. Remember, everyone has a dream, and every dream needs a plan.
- Use your planner or assignment sheet routinely.
- Organize your time.
- Complete homework and project on time.
- Turn in your homework.
- Make positive decisions and accept responsibility for your actions.
JO LANE EARNS OUTSTANDING RATING
In mid October,2012, the state released the District Report Cards and Jo Lane was one of three Roseburg schools recognized as “Outstanding” joining Fremont and Hucrest. To keep that work alive, staff has been actively participating in a series of professional development opportunities to further develop their professional practices around effective instruction at the benefit of our students.
District Annual Special Education Report Card Now Available
The annual school district special education report card is available. This report card describes how the Roseburg School District is doing in several areas of providing services to students with disabilities. If you would like a copy please stop by the school office to pick one up or visit the Roseburg Public Schools web site at:
If you would like to discuss any of the report card information please contact the Office of Student Services at 440-4031.
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School Traffic Safety
Student drop off continues to be a safety concern. When dropping off your student, please wait till you get to the yellow crosswalk before your student is allowed to get out of the car. There are real safety concerns when students are getting out before they get to the crosswalk and walk/run between cars. With the rain and darker mornings visibility is poor.
If you could please remember to use the front parking lot for dropping off your students in the morning, it would be most appreciated. The south side of our campus, up by the gymnasiums is reserved for our bus drop off in the morning and ask that we stay away from that with our personal vehicles.
In the mornings would you please give our busses and drivers the right of way whenever possible. They are really on tight schedules in continuing their bus routes as once they have delivered students to Jo Lane in the morning, their day isn't finished; they have more student transporting to do. Your cooperation is so appreciated for the safety of our children.
Bill Bartlett, Principal
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