Trojan Talk Newsletter
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Freshman - Yellow/Gold|
Sophomores – Red
Juniors – Green|
Seniors – Blue
Senior Prom Week:
Tuesday, May 8-Senior Farewell messages displayed.
Wednesday, May 9-Senior "Arctic White Out" Day. Seniors are asked to wear all white.
Thursday, May 10-Seniors get FREE snowcones from ProStart. During all 3 lunches, seniors will receive a FREE snowcone when they present their ID. Snowcones will be given out in front of the ProStart.
Friday, May 11-PROM (7-12am at the Westin Diplomat)
Becoming an active member of SAF and SAC is an integral connection to all that is happening at JPT. In addition to you having a “hands on” approach to your child’s education, it gives you opportunity to hear and be heard. We look forward to seeing you at our meetings. Thank you for making your child’s education a priority.
JPT’s Parent Teacher Student Organization, P.T.S.O., meets the 3rd Wednesday of each month
at 7:00 p.m. in the Media Center
Parents and Students, we cannot AND WILL NOT be interrupting academic classes for telephone messages from home. Only clearly stated emergencies will be considered by the Assistant Principal. Reminders of after school appointments or transportation are not considered emergencies, as they should be discussed prior to the school day. This includes but is not limited to delivering lunches, money, homework, flowers, balloons, or gifts, will not be delivered or held for students. Your cooperation is needed and appreciated. Also, this is a reminder to all students not leave your book bags or valuables unattended while on campus. We strongly encourage our students not to bring expensive jewelry, large amounts of cash, digital cameras, I-Pods and valuable cell phone devices to school. Also, if you are using a locker, make sure it is locked and secured before you walk away from it. We have had some items that were misplaced and/or possibly stolen and we want to make sure everyone takes the necessary action to prevent this from happening.
Florida’s implementation of the state’s class size amendment remains an important topic for parents and communities throughout the state. The Florida Legislature passed a proposed amendment to Florida’s existing class size regulations allowing for flexibility in the implementation of class size at the local level. Whether or not the state is to adopt this proposed language must now be decided by Florida’s voters in the upcoming fall elections.
As the state agency responsible for monitoring the implementation of class size in Florida, the Department of Education is committed to assisting every Floridian understand the history of class size and its impact in our state. For this reason, the Department has created a Class Size Resource web page which can be found at http://www.fldoe.org/ClassSize