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Jordan / Jackson Elementary (Grades 3-5)
255 East Street, Mansfield, MA 02048
Phone:  (508) 261-7525  Fax:  (508) 261-7534
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Jordan / Jackson Elementary School

We care about ourselves. We care about others. We care about our school.  

SPIRIT DAY - Wednesday, October 14th

PBIS Care Card Kickoff - BLACK and YELLOW Day! 

Walk to School Day!  

Thank you to all who participated and helped organize this fun event.  We look forward to the Spring Walk to School Day.

Winterizing the Garden

Mr. Cote and his students harvested the remaining vegetables and flowers before the cold weather settles in.  They also started to fill a composting bin.  The did take a brief moment to inspect a tomato worm.  Thank you to our staff and community partners for a successful 1st year!



Monday - Friday    8:00 - 4:00

West Office East Office
Phone:  508-261-7525 Phone:  508-261-7520
Fax:        508-261-7534 Fax:        508-261-7528

School Hours:  8:15 - 2:25

Office Hours:  8:00 - 4:00
Breakfast:  8:05 am Early Dismissal:  11:10 am

Important Dates and Events

Spirit Day - Black and Yellow - Care Card Kickoff October 14th
Curriculum Night (2nd Floor Classrooms) October 15th - 6:30pm Cafeteria
Early Dismissal - 11:10 am October 28th



Health Advisory

September 5, 2012 As the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention has identified, establishing healthy eating habits during childhood is easier and more effective than trying to change unhealthy behaviors in adulthood. Schools have a critical role to play in promoting the health and safety of children and helping them establish lifelong healthy patterns. The school environment should model a healthy lifestyle from the cafeteria to the classroom. Children should be given the opportunity to learn healthy eating practices during young ages. Mansfield Public Schools will implement the revised Wellness Policy beginning August 1, 2012. All celebrations (i.e. Birthdays, holidays etc...) will be non-food. Teachers should not use food or beverages as rewards for good behavior or academic progress unless it is part of a student's Individual Educational Plan or directed by a medical professional. The goal is to promote health, wellness, and safety within the schools by providing creative, interesting, and educational practices and rewards. If you have any questions about this practice, you can contact the school nurse in your school.


Green Schools is our effort to inform and

educate children in the many ways to be green.

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Jordan/Jackson's 2014 State Accountability Report Card


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