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School safety is a topic we wish we didn’t have to address, but it has become more crucial than ever for our schools and our students to be prepared for any emergency. Please know that the responsibility to keep your students safe while they are in our care is our highest priority.

The best way to be prepared for any emergency is prevention. To that end, the Salt Lake City School District (SLCSD) has implemented changes to boost our school safety efforts. Mary W. Jackson Elementary is equipped with doorbells and video cameras. These systems limit public access. Parents and guardians are always welcome and like all visitors, must be buzzed in at the school’s entrance. For more information, please see the district’s School Safety page here.


Faculty, Staff, and Administration at Mary W. Jackson make safety a priority! Please be on the look out for our new bright vests that help identify school personnel on campus before and after school.

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Parents and Guardians,

If you are interested in Holiday assistance this year, such as clothing, food, or toys, please come to the front office to fill out the required forms. It will be FIRST COME FIRST SERVE. There is no guarantee you will receive assistance, but we will do our best to get you the help you need. Come as soon as possible, since again, it is first come first serve.

Thank you!


Padres y tutores,

Si está interesado en asistencia durante las vacaciones este año, como ropa, comida o juguetes, acuda a la oficina para rellenar los formularios necesarios. Será EL PRIMERO EN LLEGAR, EL PRIMERO EN SERVIR. No hay garantía de que recibirá asistencia, pero haremos todo lo posible para obtener la ayuda que necesita. Ven lo antes posible, ya que de nuevo, es el primero en llegar primero servir.


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The following outdated Special Education records will be destroyed on October 2, 2022:

  • Students who received resource services, were returned to regular placement, and have reached the age of 22
  • Students who were evaluated by SLCSD for Special Education Services and did not qualify for services, and have reached the age of 22
  • Students who refused, revoked, or received Special Education Services (excluding resource) from SLCSD and have reached the age of 27
  • Students who qualified for Special Education Services within SLCSD, withdrew from SLCSD, and have reached the age of 27

Former students or legal guardians of former students who would like to request their child's records must contact Heidi Dolan by October 2, 2022, at 801-578-8203 ro