▶  Reminders and Updates for our community: 
 Open House:  Our next Open House is scheduled for:
 Thursday, November 16th, from 5-7 p.m. 
Join us at Open House - we need you!

MCAS- parent website here

Jackson Mann now has a satellite Welcome Center! 
Beginning on October 12th, the Boston Public Schools and the Jackson-Mann will host a Pop-Up Welcome Center on several Thursdays from 9am-5pm. Please see the linked flyer.

If you have any questions regarding information in the BPS Family Guide or anything else, please contact me at: 617-635-8532 or email: atuite@bostonpublicschools.org.
We are here to support you. Together we build our school!
Thank you, Andy Tuite, Principal
 ▶   Planning ahead...October 2017 
▶  New Support:  Boston Cares | Supporting New Families arriving in Boston (here)
 BPS-Careers and Your Child's  Future | Saturday-October 28
    [Special BPS event for parents and students-new opportunities for children]   

 Boston Public Schools invite you to the upcoming Open House on Saturday, October 28th from 9AM to 5 PM at the Bruce C. Bolling Municipal Building, 2300 Washington Street, in Roxbury. We are opening our doors to give students, families, staff, and community members the opportunity to learn more about how we are preparing our students for college, career, and life. Boston Public Schools is offering FREE resources and workshops on a variety of topics including Career Exploration, Resume Writing, Salary Negotiation, First time home-buying, Legal Services for Citizenship, CORI friendly resources, Middle and High School Industry Pathways, STEM exposure, Early Childhood Play, and more. There will be fun and interactive activities for children, food trucks, and much more. This event is free and family friendly. Childcare is available.
  Learn more by visiting: www.bostonpublicschools.org/fallopenhouse.


 ▶ Breakfast and Lunch Menu for October 2017 (a combined menu)
            Please remember, breakfast and lunch are free for all students.
WE build our school together.  Everyone belongs at the Jackson | Mann. We welcome and value our students, our families, and our community. 
We learn and build together every day. WatchCelebrate our students, our staff, our families, and our whole community!

We did it. Talented students and teachers!

Everyone belongs at the Jackson | Mann

 
 Meet the Jackson | Mann's Administration | Our team is committed to serving students, staff, and families. We welcome you. 
  Ms. Clare Hanagan | Director of Instruction




During my career in the Boston Public Schools, I have been a general education teacher, a special education teacher, a literacy coach, and an administrator. One of my greatest loves is assisting a student, of any age, to become a successful reader. Every day that you can be a part of a student's positive learning experiences is a good day!


If you would like to learn more about our curriculum, please contact me by email
(here)
or by calling the school's office: 617-635-8532


 ▶ Ms. Anita Moore | Assistant Principal
Hello Jackson Mann Family,
I am a native Bostonian, born and raised in Roxbury. This year I started my 30th year as part of the Boston Public School system. During most of these years, my teaching home has been at the Jackson Mann School (25 years). I taught physical education and health before moving into administration. Both I enjoy immensely. 

The Jackson Mann community is and has been a wonderful environment to learn and grow for myself and the many students who have been educated here.  It is most rewarding to see our students grow, in knowledge and independence, from elementary to middle school, as they prepare to be successful in high school. There is no greater feeling than to have students visit and tell of their success in high school and college. This is something I hope for every student at the Jackson Mann K-8 School.
 Dr. Simone Kotraba | Assistant Principal
Hello students and families. My name is Simone Kotraba and I am an Assistant Principal at the Jackson-Mann K-8 School. I was born in Jamaica W.I., but immigrated to the United States as a teenager. Upon arriving to this country, my first hometown was Brooklyn, NY. I can proudly say that I am a product of the New York City Public Schools. 
I'm now entering into my second year as an Assistant Principal at the Jackson Mann, where I hope to continue to make a positive impact in students' social, emotional, and academic learning achievements. I love working with the students, families, and the amazing Jackson-Mann team!
▶ Mr. Andy Tuite | Principal
On September 7,1977, I took charge of my first classroom as a teacher at Sacred Heart High School in Weymouth, MA. For 40 years, I have been lucky enough to teach and be taught by children and families from Boston and Brockton and Weymouth and Quincy. I never wanted to do anything else! Well, I did want to be a Beatle or a Green Bay Packer, but those are stories for another day. Only one job is more important than teaching and that is parenting, and I've been lucky enough to do that, too, for 33 years. Every day that I can be with children is a great day, and I thank all of you - all of the families, who've trusted your most precious possessions, your children, to me. I look forward in my 41st year of teaching, beginning on September 7, 2017 (amazing, right?) and to another awesome year at the Jackson Mann!  As Malcolm X said, "Education is the passport to the future for tomorrow belongs to those who prepare for it today." Welcome back!
  Boston College's art museum has relocated to 2101 Comm Ave. They have programs for elementary age children the second Saturday of every month. Admission is free. Some programs require preregistration. More information on the museum is here: www.bc.edu/artmuseum  Lots of wonderful and worthwhile events at the Harvard Ed Portal.
Please check out this
 link for all sorts of events and happenings! 
The Harvard Ed Portal offers many events for children and families throughout the year. Find events here.
 

 Learning Never Ends  at the Jackson | Mann 

   You and your children make a difference at the J | M! 
 ❏ Watch our slide show about the opening of school-2016.(click here)
 City Councilor Tito Jackson visited school recently as part of the Big Cheese Reads program. Councilor Jackson engaged our eighth grade students in a spirited discussion about the city budget and the rights and responsibilities needed to ensure success for all citizens of Boston.
  Our Parent Council works with our school community
Please keep your eyes on this J-M Community website for the work, opportunities, and events of our Parent Council. Thank you.        
 ⨠ Learn more about your Council's on-going support of our school (here)

 Students and Staff honor all learners and the values we live by:
  TIGER values 2
Our school embraces all learners. We all live by our TIGER values. Join us. Learn more about our program
 
to create a school community where everyone belongs and is respected. (Learn more about our TIGER program-here)



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