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J. L. Mudd Elementary
610 Prince Ruppert
Mrs. Adesha Thompson
September 22, 2017
8:00 am. - 4:30 pm.
J. L. Mudd's very own, Gigi Grant, participated in the Little Panther Cheer Clinic at Fort Zumwalt North High School last week. On Friday, Sept. 15 she performed during half time at the Panthers home football game. Here are a few photos of Gigi showing spirit!
Dr. Bernard DuBray
Panther Cub Post
Dr. Stephanie Mountain
Dear J.L. Families,
It is hard to believe we are already half-way through the first quarter! Our students continue to learn and grow each day.
Yesterday, you should have received your child’s mid-quarter progress report. As we explained on our informational parent night, the progress report/report cards explain how your child is progressing on skills taught in the classroom. Students received a 1, 2, 3, or 4 based on where they are performing within each standard on each proficiency scale. Please keep in mind that the standards we expect students to know are end- of-the-year goals. If your child is receiving a one or two in the beginning of the year, that is common considering we do not expect them to be proficient at the beginning. It is our goal to move them toward this by the end of the year.
If you were not able to attend the grade level parent night offered at the beginning of the month, but now would like to meet, please don’t hesitate to contact me.
J. L. Mudd
FZSD Parent Info Link
Elementary Parent Handbook
Just a friendly reminder that should you have to bring your family pet with you in the car for drop off or pick up, our staff member will allow your student to enter your vehicle independently. We love pets, but please avoid bringing them when possible. Thank you!
10:55-11:20 Second Grade
12:15-12:50 First Grade
Each grade level will have a 10 minute recess following their lunch time.
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We are so glad that many of the 7 Habits of Happy Kids books were checked out from the wooden shelf by the cafeteria recently! Please enjoy that copy, but remember to return it so that other families can enjoy it, too.
Required Notice - Emergency Drills
As part of the implementation of the district’s adopted crisis intervention plan, the superintendent or designee has the responsibility for developing and maintaining the district’s emergency preparedness plans and emergency drill schedules.
The superintendent or designee, in cooperation with the buildings principals, will develop emergency drills (fire, tornados, bus emergencies, earthquakes, bomb threats, and armed intruder/active shooter situations). Additional emergency drills may be developed and practiced at the discretion of the superintendent. Instruction on all emergency drills shall be given early in the school year, and emergency drills shall be held regularly throughout the year. The district will conduct emergency drills as required by law and policy and will ensure that the number of emergency drills conducted is sufficient to give instruction and practice in proper actions by staff and students during lockdown, shelter-in-place and evacuation. Emergency exiting procedures will be posted near the door in each building.
The superintendent and/or the building principal will schedule and execute emergency drills. Principals who schedule emergency drills will provide the superintendent advance notice of drills. The district will cooperate and coordinate emergency drills with other community agencies such as the fire department, law enforcement officials, emergency medical services and local emergency planning communities. Pursuant to law, armed intruder/active shooter drills will be conducted and led by law enforcement professionals.
Emergency evacuation drills on school buses will be conducted for all students in grades kindergarten through six at least once per semester with the first drill completed prior to October 31st annually.
Earthquake Preparedness Disaster Plans and Drills
In accordance with law, the superintendent or designee, cooperating with building principals, shall develop and implement a district wide school building disaster plan, in order to protect students and staff before, during and after an earthquake. The plan will be designed specifically to minimize the danger to students, staff and district property as a result of an earthquake and will be ready for implementation at any time. The superintendent or designee will request assistance with developing and establishing the earthquake emergency procedure system from the State Emergency Management Agency (SEMA) and any local emergency management agency located within district boundaries.
An emergency exercise will be held at least twice each school year that will require students and staff to simulate earthquake frequency conditions and practice the procedures that are to be implemented under such conditions.
The superintendent shall develop a program that ensures that all students and staff of the district are aware of and properly trained in the earthquake emergency procedure system. This emergency procedure system shall be available for public inspection at the district office during normal business hours.
At the beginning of each school year, the district shall distribute to all students information from the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA), SEMA and other sources in order to help students understand the causes and effects of earthquakes and the best and latest safety measures available to them in an earthquake situation.