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Meet Ms. Lee


Dear Parents, 


Welcome to Kindergarten! My name is Jasmine Lee and I am honored to be your child’s teacher. This is my seventh year as an educator and I’m very excited to be a part of Jaguar family. I realize that teaching your child is a privilege, as well as a tremendous responsibility. Kindergarten is a year of growing socially, emotionally, physically and intellectually. 





Behavior Plan 


In order to provide each child in our classroom with the best learning environment possible, I will be using the following discipline plan.


Classroom Expectations


  1. Follow Directions Quickly.

  2. Raise your hand to speak or stand.

  3. Keep your hands and feet to yourself.

  4. Be safe. Be kind. Be honest.

  5. Listen when you teacher is talking.


I expect all students to behave appropriately to ensure a positive and productive learning environment. Students who choose to be disruptive will have the following consequences:


Reinforcement Steps


Following the rules

Positive Praise / Jaguar Joe Bucks

1st Infraction -Warning

Restate the expectation 



Conduct Mark

Reported on Weekly Conduct Sheet

4th Infraction-

Smart Choices Reminder

Loss of concession, Parent signature required

5th Infraction-

Phone Conference

Loss of privilege, phone call, or student conference




Each child will have a Take Home Communication folder that will be sent home daily.  It is essential that this folder comes back to school each day. Our Take Home Folder is our way or maintaining effective communication between home and school. This folder will be used to help develop your child’s organizational skills and learning responsibility. 



Here is what you will find inside:


Notes from school 
This front pocket will contain any notes from our school and newsletters. Please check and empty this section nightly.




Students will have weekly homework packets for you to work on nightly. It will go home on Monday and should be returned Friday. Sometimes, they will be assigned an activity that will require your help.  Also, nightly students should spend time reviewing sight words and reading leveled books (beginning in October) which will help with your child’s success which will go home later in the year.


Optional Practice: Students will also have an option to work on their ELA and math skills at home using IXL, which is a computer base program we use at school. 


Money & Important Notes

From time to time, you may need to send money to school for concession, field trips, etc. It is very important that all money is placed in an envelope with your child’s name on it. Concession money should be sent of Thursday.


Our weekly newsletter will be attached to the homework packet.


Sight Words
We will be working on specific sight words each week. See the newsletter to see which words to review daily. 


J.S. Clark Elementary School Information:


Our Curriculum


  • Our curriculum is comprised of the core subjects: Core Knowledge Language Arts, Eureka Math Squared, and PhD Science.


Report Cards/ Promotion


  • To be promoted to the next grade, students must make a 75% or higher for Math and English Language Arts. 

  • Each nine weeks students will be tested on a different set of standards, as well as the skills from the previous nine weeks. Students’ grades will be determined by their performance on each standard.

  • At the end of each nine weeks, I will let you know (via note) if a conference is needed.  


Our behavior management plan:


  • Rewards are given for positive choices and consequences are given for not obeying the rules.  

  • There is a weekly school wide drawing for jaguar joe bucks, recognizing students that show Jaguar Character.

  • Each month a star student will be selected from our class.




  • Lunch is at 11:00 a.m.  

  • Recess at 9:45 and 12:45 

  • Ancillaries: Music, Library, Art, Computer Lab, Science Lab, and Character Counts.

  • Rest time at 1:15




A successful school experience is the responsibility of the child, the parents,  and the school.  Your child's progress, both academically and socially, is influenced to a great extent by daily participation.  Regular attendance without tardiness is a key. The school day runs from 8:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m. Please be on time. The morning routine sets the tone for the rest of the day. 


  • No students are allowed on campus before 7:30 a.m.

  • No checkouts after 2:30 p.m. (There is after care for a fee)

  • Your child will only be allowed 10 absences. Ten or more absences can affect your child’s promotion.




  • If there is ever any change in your child’s afternoon transportation, a note MUST be sent to school.




  • A snack calendar will be provided at the beginning of each month.  Your child will be assigned a day during the month to bring snacks for the class.  The number of students in the class will be listed on the calendar.  Please send individually wrapped snacks (ex: goldfish, fruit snacks, etc.)  NO PEANUT PRODUCTS PLEASE!

  • Please send the juice boxes that come with a straw, such as Capri Sun and Juicy Juice (less of a mess) or small water bottles.

Kindergarten Supply List


1 Nap Mat


1 Back Pack


1 pkg pencils (24 ct)


1 pencil box


4 boxes of 24 ct. Crayola crayons


1 pair of scissors


2 pkg of glue sticks


1 bottle of Elmer’s glue


1 set of 4 or more expo markers (Boys – thick size  and Girls- thin size)


1 roll paper towels


1 container of disinfectant wipes


1 bottle hand sanitizer


2 packages of baby wipes


1 box of Kleenex


1 box quart size bags


1 can Lysol


1 large towel or small blanket for naptime

1 pair of headphones





  • White or light blue or light-yellow polo style shirts and jackets.

  • Khaki or navy shorts or pants.If there are belt loops, a belt must be worn.

  • Shoes with closed toe and closed heel are required.  Loafers, oxfords, and athletic type shoes are acceptable.  Boots, sandals, flip flops, slippers, Crocs, tennis shoes with wheels are NOT acceptable.  

  • SOLID navy or white socks, leggings, and tights.  No patterns or stripes.  

  • Jackets to be worn during school hours must be school colors.


Parental Involvement


There will be multiple opportunities for parental involvement, which includes:


  •  Field trips

  • Work from home projects

  • Mystery Readers

  • Anytime you come to school, please be sure to firstcheck in at the front office.  


My Contact Information


  • Please feel free to call the school at any time and leave a message. I will be able to call you back on my break if possible or I will contact you after school. 

  • J.S. Clark Elementary: (318) 322-8976 ext. 4100

  • You can also email me: [email protected]

  • Remind App: or text @jleekinder to 81010