Jackson Elementary School’s mission is to provide a quality educational program for all students. The school staff helps students develop into lifelong learners who set and achieve goals, think creatively and solve problems, become responsible citizens, and learn practical life skills to succeed in our modern society. We design our academic and instructional program to accomplish our mission. Our staff models responsible actions in day-to-day instruction.
Health Guidelines for 2021-2022 School Year
We are excited to welcome the new school year with the full opening of our schools for learning. We look forward to bringing all students back to every campus, every day. We also welcome a new option for distance learning students. While we are all very excited to reopen ACUSD schools for full-time, in-person learning, safety remains our highest priority for our students and staff. We want to share the latest health and safety guidance that applies to all California schools for 2021-2022.
JUSTAP Parent Club
It is rewarding to be a part of children’s success. JUSTAP volunteers are always welcome.
Want to get involved? Join us today.
Highlights of student achievements, special events, and more.
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Ms. Magpusao is the principal at Jackson Elementary. She has been principal at Jackson Elementary since 2005. Ms. Magpusao graduated from UCLA with a BA in Psychology and received her teaching credentials (Multiple Subject, Learning Handicapped, Severely Handicapped and her Masters in Special Education) at the University of the Pacific. She later received her Educational Administration credential at CSU, Sacramento. She began her career in Folsom Cordova Unified School District and then transferred to Amador County Unified School District in 2000.
She loves having a positive impact on children’s lives and anyone who comes in contact with her. Ms. Magpusao has created a school environment where everyone is welcome and everyone belongs
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COUNSELING & STUDENT SUPPORT
Mental Health and Wellness during COVID-19
“State Superintendent Tony Thurmond and the CDE are extremely concerned about the mental health and wellness of students whose lives have dramatically changed during the COVID-19 response, as well as the health of staff who are also coping with these changes.
To support students, schools, and communities during this challenging time, the CDE has gathered information regarding mental health resources, including links for students to get direct access to mental health professionals. The new “Help for Students in Crisis” web page includes crisis and warm line numbers, along with other COVID-19-related resources for providing virtual mental health services, and information for mental health providers, families, and youth: https://www.cde.ca.gov/
Social-Emotional Well Being Resources
We understand these are challenging times for students and families. The Youth Crisis Hotline is a free phone or online chat hotline developed to assist all students. Students can also reach out to their school counselors for support.
For complete information including phone numbers and many other programs offering support within District and local community, visit our Counseling & Student Support Page