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JRES Go Green Updates

Welcome to the Jeremy Ranch Elementary School PTO!

The Jeremy Ranch Elementary Parent Teacher Organization enriches the educational experience of each JRES child by providing volunteer and financial support to our school community. We facilitate the best learning experiences possible through effective communication, engagement, and educator support. 


STEP 1: Register here and download the Membership Toolkit app to access our website, school directory, and sync our school calendar to your phone!


STEP 2: Join the PTO for just $5! Membership must be renewed each year. 

You will be prompted to login. If you already have a Membership Toolkit account login with another organization, you can use the same log-in here.



Sign Ups & Volunteer Opportunities









Also accepting donations to cover the cost of spirit wear for JRES students in need.






Counselor's Corner

By Allison Egge, M.Ed.

Happy November!  

The focus of each grade level’s Healthy Lifestyles Classes for the month of November are below:

Kinder - Moving on from mistakes and learning to show care for others (book “It’s Okay to Make Mistakes”) & Learning how to work through feeling frustrated (book “My Many Colored Days”)

1st - Moving on from mistakes and learning to show care for others (book “oops Clifford”) & Learning to calm ourselves when we experience a strong feeling (look for the “Angry Kitty” packet to come home, book “Don’t Blow Your Top”)

2nd -  Showing Compassion (book “Cara’s Kindness”, ask your child about their friendship cake) & Learning to calm when we experience a strong feeling (look for the “Angry Kitty” packet to come home,  book “Don’t Blow Your Top”)

3rd - Showing Compassion (book “All are Welcome”) & Working through uncomfortable feelings (book “Ruby Finds a Worry”, look for the butterfly in hand to come home)

4th - Working through strong feelings (book “The Bad Seed”, look for a seed to come home) & Working through anxious feelings (book “Scaredy Squirrel”)

5th - Working through anxious feelings (book “The Good Egg”) & Problem-Solving (ask your child to tell you the problem-solving steps)

We are really trying to promote positive behavior at JRES and beyond. Please ask your child to share with you how they may earn Class Dojo points, and all the options for redeeming those points at school.  We are hopeful that reinforcing positive behaviors at school through this system will really help all students.

Thank you for sharing your kids with us!  

Allison Egge 








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