Title I Parents’ Right to Know

TITLE 1 – PARENTS’ RIGHT TO KNOW

Federal law allows parents to ask about the professional qualifications of their child’s classroom teachers and requires school systems to provide the information in a timely manner if they request it. Specifically, parents have the right to ask for information regarding teacher certification, a college major and advanced degrees. Parents also have the right to request information about aides and paraprofessional personnel who provide services to their child. Parents who desire this information may contact the school principal or the Department of Human Resources, Kanawha County Schools at 304-348-7712. This form is also on our website and a hard copy will be sent home with students in September. 

Teen Depression and Suicide Prevention

Teen depression and suicide are major problems that teens face today. To assist you in discussing this important issue with your child, we have provided you a digital Brochure for Youth and a digital Brochure for Parents. There is also a link that contains helpful information about this topic.  We hope this material we give you the knowledge to have productive and meaningful conversations with your child about suicide and depression.

http://preventsuicidewv.org/

Brochure for Youth- FINAL.pdfBrochure_for_Youth-_FINAL.pdf

Brochure for Parents- FINAL .pdfBrochure_for_Parents-_FINAL_.pdf

Click HERE to complete first-day packet online!

Stonewall Jackson Middle School Health Center

Contact:
PH: 681.265.5085

Office Hours:

Tuesday-Friday 8:00am-3:00pm


Office Closures:
Daily - Closed from 12pm-12:30pm
1st Wednesday - Closes at 1pm for staff meeting.
Closed when school is closed.

*Open to students, faculty, and staff only*

Services:
Regular check-ups and screenings, immunizations, care when your child is sick or hurt, physicals for school, sports and camps, and behavioral health.


SJMS Consent and Enrollment Forms

STEM GOES RED

Students from Stonewall Jackson Middle School attended the inaugural STEM Goes Red program to promote the growth of female involvement in STEM careers.  The students were exposed to some of West Virginia’s leading science, technology and engineering companies. They learned how to perform CPR, how robots help Toyota run efficiently, how natural gas is mined, and many other exciting things. Most importantly, they realized the impact they can make through a career in STEM! Stonewall Proud!!

Our Vision

Inspiring Today's Leaders

 for Tomorrow's Future



Our Mission

To ignite and encourage success in every one, some way, every day!


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Address

812 Park Avenue
Charleston, WV 25302

Contact

(304)348-6123

Hours

Mon-Fri: 8:00am - 4:00pm

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