Saturday, October 25, 2014
Welcome To Jackson

Interim Principals:
Kathi Robinson and Lauri Lewis

Office Hours: 7 a.m. to 3:30 p.m.
Phone: 503-844-1670 
FAX: 503-844-1678
Attendance Line: 503-844-1673

Office Manager: Gayle Grossen 
Secretary:  Regina McLoud


Safety First
Fall is here and it is dark outside.  Drivers, please be mindful of students walking/biking to school and parents please consider reflective clothing/backpacks. 

Stay Up To Date

If you do not have access to technology/internet, please contact the office and we will gladly provide you with hard copies of school news. The PTA will continue to use Big Tent for PTA communications. The Jackson Facebook page is no longer being used at this time.

Lost and Found
Please check the lost and found weekly for your student’s belongings.  Over winter break, what is still in the lost and found will be donated.

Principal's Message

November is just around the corner and I am looking forward to welcoming Lauri Lewis to Jackson as my co-principal.  As we mentioned in the previous newsletter, Lauri will join us on November 17, and we will job share for the rest of the year.  I have enjoyed getting to know the amazing staff and students here at Jackson.  I look forward to seeing you at the Fall Festival.  I will be the one wearing the witch’s hat.

With warm regards,

Dr. Kathi Robinson

Jackson News

As a Jackson tradition, only our kinder students wear costumes to school on October 31st.  Although, our 1st-6th grade students are not to wear costumes on Halloween, they may wear them to the Oct 24th Fall Festival.  Class food treats are not to be brought to school.  Please enjoy your Halloween treats at home. 

Fall Fest Fun
Come join the PTA at Fall Fest, tonight, Oct 24th.  Food starts at 5:30pm. Games 6-8pm.  This is a cash only event.

Conferences are set for Friday, November 21st from 4-8pm and Monday, November 24th from 7:30am-7:30pm.  Please contact your student’s teacher to set up a conference time.


  • We are proud to have two student authors at Jackson. Helena Macalino, a 2nd grader, published her first book “The Reflection” in July. Damien Macalino, a fourth grader, published “What if an Alligator Ate an Avalanche” a little over a year ago and is now working on a graphic novel about a cow with super powers. Graphic novels are similar to comic books because they use sequential art to tell a story​. Helena and Damien’s books are available in our school library for students to check out.

  • Congratulations to Mrs. Hall and Mrs. Cutburth for receiving I Pad tablets thru

  • Thank you to Mrs. Hall, in partnership with Ed Dennis, for their leadership in procuring donation funds from Rockwell Collins for our Project Lead the Way science program.  


Please visit the HSD website, click on parents, click on resources, and then click on immunizations to view Washington County information about Flu and Norovirus. 

Daily Transportation Changes
If you need to make changes to your student’s normal going home plan, please send a signed and dated note with your student or call the office  no later than 30 minutes before the end of school.
To  sign up to volunteer, please visit and go to Community  and then Volunteering.  *If you are in the school for any reason, please remember to sign in and wear a badge.
School Meals
To  view menus, please visit and go to Departments and then Nutrition Services.