November JFK JABBER - PTO Newsletter
Please join us at the Little Tykes Holiday where kids can complete their holiday shopping with the help of elves, see Santa and get their picture taken, and visit the Sweet Shop to buy lots of yummy candy and treats. We will also have a concession stand set up and a seating area for parents/guardians to relax while the kids are doing their holiday shopping. The Sweet Shop is open to everyone - adults and kids can shop in there but the Little Tykes shop is just for the kids so they can complete their shopping. We are unable to accept credit cards so please bring cash or check only. For the Little Tykes Shop, parents/guardians will complete a budget envelope that shows who the kids are shopping for and how much they can spend; the elves will help to ensure they stay within those limits. If you have any questions about this event or want to help/volunteer for it, please reach out to the PTO at firstname.lastname@example.org.
December 3rd - 5:00 - 7:00
December 4th - 11:00 - 2:00
December 6th - 3:00 - 7:00
School lunch menu for the 2021 - 2022 school year.
JFK 2021 - 2022 School Supplies
JFK Dismissal Procedures
On International Walk to School Day, JFK will be participating in various activites iincluding encouraging everyone to walk to school!
Please click on "Read More" to access the Partners For Healthy Youth Kettering Community Youth and Family Action Plan Page.
The district makes every attempt to communicate with our families in a timely manner when we have to delay or close school because of bad weather through our district webpage (www.ketteringschools.org) and social media channels (Kettering City Schools on Facebook and KetteringSchools on Twitter.)
Bern Schwieterman, KCS's Elementary STEAM Coach, has launched a podcast titled, "STEAM State of Mind."
Superintendent Scott Inskeep tapes weekly videos that provide information regarding district issues, events, activities and programming.
Our food and nutrition services supervisor, Stacie Pabst, has been told by Gordon Food Service that schools can expect shortages of certain food items that we typically serve to students for lunch in our cafeterias.
The Kettering City School District will post a weekly COVID-19 Dashboard to the district website each Friday. The dashboard will list positive COVID-9 cases and quarantines among students and staff.