Thursday January 25
6:00 pm -7:00 pm
RideOut Elementary - Home of the Roadrunners
Join us for Literacy Night! There will be activities for all grade levels!
Thursday January 25
6:00 pm -7:00 pm
January 22 - 26, 2018
Ongoing School Events
-Poetry readings by students during morning announcements.
-“Spotlight” teachers talking about their favorite children’s book.
-Students will read one eBook via Destiny Follett Shelf during library resource time this week.
Book-O will be played throughout the day.
School-wide Quick Write “If you could be any character in a book who would it be and why.”
Wednesday, Jan. 24
Make a bookmarkJ
Students will be given a blank bookmark to decorate and return finished on Wednesday, January 31st. The Judging will take place on February 1st and the winners will be announced on the new show on Friday, February 2nd.
Students will draw their favorite book character and bring it to the library for display. All pictures are due Monday, January 29th.
CELEBRATE LITEACY NIGHT FROM 6:00-7:00
Parents are invited to come to school from 8:05 AM – 8:30 AM to participate in “DEAR” (Drop Everything And Read) K-2nd students will read in classrooms and 3rd – 6th will read in the library.
The USDOE has a compilation of resources for schools impacted by natural disasters at the following link: https://safesupportivelearning.ed.gov/compilation-resources-schools-impacted-natural-disasters
The Florida Association of School Psychologists (FASP) is available to assist you and your school district with crisis response training as well as providing crisis intervention and recovery support to your school districts as we prepare to to help school districts begin to get back to a sense of normalcy. The website address is: www.fasp.org
After the Storm: A Guide to Help Children Cope with the Psychological Effects of a Hurricane
This resource provides information and activities that parents and other caregivers can do with children to help children cope with the aftermath of a hurricane as well as answers to common questions.ool districts begin to get back to a sense of normalcy. The website address is: www.fasp.org
https://www.fema.gov/coping-disaster This article breaks down stress symptoms by age levels.
Helping Children and Adolescents Cope with Violence and Disasters
These resources, developed by the National Institute of Mental Health, have been created specifically for multiple audiences with what is known about the impact of violence and disasters on children and adolescents and suggest steps to minimize long-term emotional harm.
Social Work Association of America — Crisis Response & Intervention: Responding to Tragedy
Teacher Guidelines for Helping Students after a Hurricane (PDF Download)
From the National Child Traumatic Stress Network, this document provides suggestions to assist classroom personnel as they work with children, adolescents, and families after a hurricane.
Students with Disabilities-http://www.oneclay.net/ese-agencies.html
For All Community Members
SAMSHA Disaster Hotline-1-800-985-5990 or text TalkWithUs to 66746 to connect with a trained crisis counselor. 24/7, Multilingual Services. Trained Crisis Counselors.
The NAMI HelpLine is a free service that provides information, referrals and support to people living with a mental health condition, family members and caregivers, mental health providers and the public. The HelpLine can be reached Monday through Friday, 10 am–6 pm, ET. The number is 1-800-950-NAMI (6264).
Residents wanting to register need to bring the following items:
Disaster assessments will continue as needed. Clay County is asking residents to call 904-284-7703 or send photo(s) of trees obstructing roadways and property damage with their name and location/address of the location of the damage pictured to Emergency.Management@claycountygov.com. Know that your submission may or may not get an immediate response.
Resources for Military connected students and their families
Naval Air Station
Yorktown Ave, Bldg 13
Jacksonville, FL 32212-0048
Massey Ave, Bldg 1
PO Box 280026
Mayport, FL 32228-0026
Requirements for disaster relief are:
NAS Jacksonville School Liaison Officer
School Choice Information
Military Family Resources
Tricare Mental Health Information
Military Kid Connect
National Guard Family Support
Military One Source
Military Families Near and Far
Ask Aunt Peggy
Tutoring.com Fle Fleet and Family Center
Resources Especially for Military Families
Military Interstate Children Compact Commission
Navy-Marine Corp Relief Society
Military Family & Life Consultants are available at the following schools that will provide resources and counseling assistance:
Doctor Inlet Elementary,Fleming Island Elementary, Argyle Elementary, Tynes Elementary, Shadowlawn Elementary, Lake Asbury Elementary, Coppergate Elementary, Middleburg Elementary, Oakleaf Village Elementary, Thunderbolt Elementary, Plantation Oaks Elementary, Lakeside Junior High, Swimming Pen Creek Elementary, Orange Park Junior High, Middleburg HS, Ridgeview HS, Clay HS, Green Cove Springs Junior High, Fleming Island HS, Oakleaf Junior High, Lake Asbury Junior High, Oakleaf HS
If a school without assigned Military Family & Life Consultant has a military student with a need, please contact Tina Baker at 336-6592.
Friday, September 22nd 5-7pm
Help support our school by enjoying a fun night of skating! Our school will get a
portion of the proceeds.
Admission is $6 to skate or $10 for a bundle of skating, mini-golf, indoor
playground and rock climbing.
The class with the most participation wins a pizza party. Make sure to show up
no later than 6pm to get credit for your class.
Skate Station Fun Works 230 Blanding Blvd Orange Park