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Welcome to Jordan Hill Elementary!

What to expect for face-to-face instruction
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We are so excited to welcome students back into the building on Monday, October 19th. Here is some important information for those returning for face-to-face instruction. 
 
See ya soon! 
 
 
We have car rider signs for you to place in your car ready for pick up.  If your child is a car rider, please plan to come by the school Tuesday, October  6th, Wednesday, October the 7th, or Thursday, October the 8th, between 8 AM to 3 PM.  This will help us be ready for the first day back on October 19th. 
 
All cars that do not have a sign will be pulled to the side for a license ID check.  Thanks for your help as we work to keep our students safe.  

Student Bus Information
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Use the link below to look up student bus information. Please have your child's Student Number ready. 
 

Virtual Learning Landing Page
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Use the link below to access the Landing Page to quickly access your teacher's Google Classroom .
 
 
The first day of school is quickly approaching. Please watch this video prior to Monday so your kiddo is ready to go Monday morning. 
 
 
Click here to access the Student Handbook

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Log into our Virtual Parent meeting with the link below!
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Return to school information below 9/2/20
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Dear Parents/Guardians,
As of September 1, 2020, our Board of Education has approved the GSCS Transition to In Person/Remote Learning Plan: This plan provides for normal resumption of in school operations while continuing to implement our remote learning model for parents who may not feel comfortable sending student(s) to school for in person learning for the remainder of first semester.
GSCS will use a phased approach to reopen for In-Person Learning as follows:
September 28, 2020: Targeted Special Education Students. Parents will be contacted by the Special Education Department.
October 19, 2020: All Students who want to return for in person learning
*Students will have the option to remain in remote learning for the remainder of first semester.
Please use links below to access information about the In Person Learning Model:
2. COVID-19 Prevention Strategies & Practices 2020-2021 -
*All Parents/Guardians must complete the GSCS Learning Model Selection Form to indicate either In Person Learning or Remote Learning for the remainder of the first semester.
Please complete all of the information requested using the link below. If you have multiple children, please complete a separate form for each of your children. Parents/Guardians must commit to the remainder of the first semester which ends on December 18, 2020. This commitment will allow the school district to effectively staff for in person learning as well as remote learning.
If you need a hard copy of the GSCS Learning Model Selection Form, please contact your child’s school.
Please use the link below to complete the GSCS Learning Model Selection Form and submit by September 11, 2020.

Addendum to the GSCS Student Code of Conduct Rule 7Top of Page

Addendum to the GSCS Student Code of Conduct RULE 7. ALCOHOLIC BEVERAGES, NARCOTICS, STIMULANT DRUGS, AND CONTROLLED SUBSTANCES (JCDAC)
 
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A. A student shall not possess, sell, use, distribute or be under the influence of any alcoholic beverage of any kind.
A student suspected of drinking alcohol at school related events or on school property may be asked to submit to a breath test to determine if alcohol has been consumed. A parent or guardian of a student suspected of drinking alcohol will be notified and offered the opportunity to give their consent for the test to be administered. Students who are eighteen years of age or older may give their own consent for the test to be administered.
1. Parent/guardians may select another method to determine if alcohol has been consumed. Failure of the student to submit to testing as requested by the school official may result in an unfavorable inference and appropriate punishment may be given the student if the school official believes that there is sufficient evidence to indicate use, possession, or distribution of any alcoholic beverage or controlled substance.
NOTE: A student violating this rule may be subject not only to disposition under this rule but also punishment under 11(g) and 11(h) of the Griffin-Spalding County School System Student Code of Conduct.
B. A student shall not possess, sell, use, distribute or be under the influence of any substance containing any concentration of tetra hydro cannabinol (THC) (for example: marijuana, hemp, CBD oil, or any other derivative of either) or any other substance set out or controlled under and by virtue of the Georgia Controlled Substances Act or the Georgia Dangerous Drug Act.
NOTE: A student violating this rule may be subject not only to disposition under this rule but also may be subject to punishment under 11(g) and 11(h) of the Griffin-Spalding County School System Student Code of Conduct.
C. A student shall not possess, sell, purchase, use, distribute, transport, be in possession of equipment or devices used for preparing or using drugs or narcotics or being under the influence of any intoxicant, narcotic drug, hallucinogenic drug, amphetamine, barbiturate, or marijuana of any kind or any substance set out or
controlled under and by virtue of the Georgia Controlled Substance Act or the
Georgia Dangerous Drug Act.
NOTE: A student violating this rule may be subject not only to disposition under this rule but also punishment under 11(g) and 11(h) of the Griffin-Spalding County Discipline Procedure.
D. A student shall not possess, sell, use, or distribute any substance under pretense
that it is a controlled substance or dangerous drug.
E. A student shall not use, possess or distribute any over-the-counter drug in any
manner other than directed on the original container of the over-the-counter drug
or by a physician, or for the purpose of becoming intoxicated or for a mood
altering purpose, or any substance under the pretense that it is a controlled
substance. Use of a drug authorized by a medical prescription from a registered
pharmacist or licensed medical doctor shall not be considered a violation of this
rule, provided it is used by the person named in the prescription in the manner
directed by the prescription..
F. A student shall not use inhalants. “Inhalant” means any substance that the fumes
or vapors of which are intentionally smelled or inhaled for the purpose of causing a condition of intoxication, stupefaction, euphoria, excitement, exhilaration, or dulling of the senses or nervous system. Expressly excepted from this rule shall be any prescription medication which is designed to be inhaled and which has been prescribed for the student using it. Any student suspended for possession or sale of drugs or alcohol shall have his or her driver’s license suspended pursuant to O.C.G.A. Section 40-5-22.
NOTE: In addition to any other punishment or corrective measure which the administration or superintendent may deem appropriate, students violating
Rule 7 may be referred to the Student Support Team (SST) or Respond to Intervention Team (RTI).

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Vision: The vision of the Griffin-Spalding County School System is to be an agent of change, transforming our students into future-ready learners and contributing  members of society.
 
Mission: The mission of the Griffin-Spalding County School System is to empower students to graduate college and career ready.

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JHE Student Handbook
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Click here to access the 2020-2021 Student Handbook