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3001 Allis St.
Springfield, IL 62703
217/585-5810
 

Tuesday, January 23, 2007

January 23, 2007

MORNING ANNOUNCEMENTS:

Teachers ~ Please check to make sure all students are dressed appropriately. No hoodies are allowed in the classroom. T-shirts under uniform shirts should be white or the same color as the uniform shirt. Long sleeved shirts under short sleeved uniform shirts are not allowed.

ZERO TOLERANCE
Physical aggression, violence, threats, and bullying will not be tolerated at Jefferson. If you choose to continue acting this way, you will be suspended. If you are having problems with a student(s), come to one of the many adults in the building. Do not take matters into your own hands!

STUDENT OF THE MONTH LUNCH
The Student of the Month lunch has been postponed to Friday, January 26th. We apologize for any inconvenience this causes.

CAFETERIA NEWS
Main Entree: Grilled Chicken Patty Sandwiches, French Fries, & Creamed Peas
A la Carte: Cheese Sauce 25ยข

Be sure to wish Mrs. Colliver a happy birthday today!

EARLY DISMISSAL TOMORROW
School will be dismissed at 11 AM tomorrow. We will be having 1st, 2nd & 3rd hours only.

PRIDE NEWS
The following people have had their PRIDE cards drawn and may pick up their prize in the main office after school:
Quinisha Commer
Mariah Allen
Alayna Bowdern
David Thomas
Michael Dobson
Donnie Cleeton
Shelbi Strayer
Frankie Fico

The following planner numbers were also drawn for prizes: 356, 166, 533.

DRESS CODE
If you choose to come to school out of dress code, you will be issued an after school detention from 2:30-4 PM. For each hour of class that you miss because of being out of dress code, you will be issued an additional after school detention. You could possibly end up with 7 after school detentions!

Teachers — if there is a student in violation of the dress code, please fill out a minor referral and call for an escort to room 110.

Remember our school expectations:
Respect Yourself • Respect Others • Respect Property