Happy National Principals' Month to Johnson County Middle School Assistant Principal Sharon Davis. Thank you for your hard work, dedication, and service!
October 6th is National Coaches Day. The Johnson County School District would like to recognize all instructional, athletic, and academic coaches. Thank you for going above and beyond to remove barriers and support those you serve! Happy National Coaches Day!
The University of Pikeville Distinguished Educators Hall of Fame recognizes and honors educators who make a life-long commitment to education. Congratulations, Superintendent Thom Cochran, on being inducted into the University of Pikeville Distinguished Educator Hall of Fame!
Happy National Principals' Month to Principal Ashley Lemaster. The Johnson County School District is so grateful for your servant leadership and dedication to Porter Elementary Panthers!
Today October 5th, we celebrate World Teachers' Day. This year's theme is "The Transformation of Education Begins with Teachers." The Johnson County School District is blessed with the absolute best transformational educators! We love and appreciate each of you!
Thank you, Assistant Principal Jessica Mullins, for your dedication and always striving to meet the needs of all stakeholders. Happy National Principals' Month!
Thank you, Principal Justin Arms, for helping to ensure the success and well-being of those you serve at Johnson Central High School. We greatly appreciate your leadership! Happy National Principals' Appreciation Month!
Thank you, Principal Robin Halsey, for your dedication and service. Central Elementary and the Johnson County School District are so grateful you are an Eagle. Happy National Principals' Appreciation Month!
The Johnson County School District would like to thank all our custodians for ensuring all schools and facilities are in tip-top shape! Happy National School Custodian Day!
October is National Principals' Month. The Johnson County School District will be celebrating principals all month long! We will begin our celebration with Principal Chris Pierce. Thank you for your service to Flat Gap Elementary and the district!
Fall break begins tomorrow, September 30th, and runs through October 9th. Classes will resume on Monday, October 10th. Stay safe and enjoy the break!
A huge thank you to all Johnson County School District IT! We greatly appreciate the District IT, Apprentices, Help Desk Students, and Digital Learning Instructional Coaches! The team goes above and beyond to ensure the safety & security of all students and staff!
The Johnson County School District had an outstanding JC Induction New Teacher training week. We greatly appreciate Mrs. Robin Halsey, Mrs. Jessica Mullins, and all new Eagles for ensuring the sessions were high-quality and engaging!
The Johnson County Eagles swooped down yesterday at the Ashland/Tomcat Invitational Meet!!! Our elementary boys took home another first place win at the meet and the elementary girls placed fourth!!!! Our Cross Country Eagles are really soaring this season!!!!
Mrs. Sabrina O'bryan recently presented "Growl Groups," and Mrs. Pam Slone presented "Strategies to Accelerate Reading" during the Kentucky Reading Association Conference. Way to go, Mrs. O'bryan and Mrs. Slone!
The Johnson County Central Office has flags displayed at half-staff today, honoring the long-time service of Ms. Judith Hamilton, who passed away Monday, September 12th. Ms. Hamilton was a 27-year veteran of the school system. She taught school at Flat Gap Elementary and retired in 2001. Please keep her family and friends in your thoughts and prayers as they lay her to rest. Her service will be today, September 14th, at 1:00 pm at the Ramey Branch Church in Flat Gap, Ky.
Tuesday, September 13th, is High Attendance Day across Kentucky. Let's show up ready to learn and have the highest attendance in the state!
On this Patriot Day and National Day of Service and Remembrance, the Johnson County School District remembers and pays tribute to the heroes and victims of 9/11.
The soft lockdown has been lifted due to the resolution of the issue in town. Thank you for your understanding and support of the Johnson County Schools.
Due to a ongoing situation in town JCHS, JCMS and CES are currently on a soft lockdown. There is no immediate danger to any students or staff, this soft lockdown is out of precaution only.