The Johnson County School District is excited to be back in session using the A/B schedule for the week of February 15th-19th. Just a reminder, if your child is exhibiting any symptoms, please utilize remote instruction. This will help protect students/staff, and the district will be able to continue providing in-person classes. We are looking forward to implementing the A/B schedule and seeing our students next week. If we should have inclement weather, schools will operate on JC Click-&-Soar Remote.
It’s FRYSC Week across KY! We thank JC’s FRYSC Coordinators for always making a positive difference for children and families! FRYSC Centers are important to every school! 💛🦅💛🦅💛
Congratulations, Mrs. Sabrina O'Bryan, on earning Seesaw Ambassador Certification! Way to go, Mrs. O'Bryan!
Congratulations, Mrs. Erin Bowling, winner of the JC ProLearn Face-to-Face, Hybrid, & Remote Learning Instructional Strategies collaborative slide project. https://bit.ly/2M8LLLA #KYDLC
Congratulations, Ms. Ashley Lemaster, on your new role as Principal of Porter Elementary!
Due to the likelihood of inclement weather this week, Johnson County District has altered our meal pickup schedule. The five-day breakfast & lunch bulk boxes for kids age 18 & under will be available for pickup today from 9:30 a.m. to 5:30 p.m at all Johnson County School locations.
Johnson County Schools will operate using JC Click-&-Soar Remote February 8th-12th due to the continued growth in COVID-19 cases in Johnson County, the number of quarantined students/staff, and data collected from the JC COVID-19 Dashboard. Please use the attached link to access the dashboard, which is updated daily. bit.ly/3pPcSta
We can’t thank the Johnson County School System Food Service program enough for having plenty of food prepared for children at each school today for pick up!!! This little guy is surely enjoying his pizza and corn!! 🍕😊 🍕💛🍕
Reminder: Today is the day for meal pickups. Five days of breakfasts and lunches are available for any child age 18 & younger between 9:30 a.m. & 1:30 p.m. at all Johnson County schools.
Johnson County Schools Celebrates National School Counseling Week
Congratulations, JCMS Academic Eagles and Coach Collins, on the 26th Consecutive Governor's Cup Regional Championship. What an outstanding accomplishment!
This week is National School Counselors Week and Johnson County is blessed with the best! Thank you to each of our K-12 school counselors! 😊🦅😊🦅😊
Johnson County K-12 Educators collaborated and shared some of their favorite Face-to-Face, Hybrid, and Remote learning strategies. Way to go, Eagles! https://bit.ly/2M8LLLA #KYDLC
The Johnson County School District celebrates National School Counseling Week- February 1st-5th. This year's theme is All In For Students. Thank you, JC Counselors, for your hard work, dedication, and always putting our students first!
Johnson County Schools will operate using JC Click-&-Soar Remote February 1st-5th due to the increase in COVID-19 cases, the number of quarantined students/staff, and data collected from the JC COVID-19 Dashboard. Use the attached link to access the dashboard, which is updated daily. bit.ly/3pPcSta
Johnson County Schools will operate on JC Click-&-Soar Remote on Friday, January 29th, due to slick roads and continued growth of active COVID-19 cases.
In-Person Classes Canceled Due to Hazardous Road Conditions All Students JC Click-&-Soar Remote Thursday, January 28th
Just so glad to see this today in Johnson County!!! 😊🦅😊
The Johnson County School District is excited to be back in session using the A/B schedule for the week of January 25th-29th. Just a reminder, if your child is exhibiting any symptoms, please continue to utilize remote instruction. This will help protect students/staff, and JC will be able to continue providing in-person classes. We are looking very forward to beginning the A/B schedule and seeing our students this week!
Although the meal delivery program ended today, the Johnson County School District remains dedicated to providing nutritional meals to children throughout the COVID pandemic. We are excited to announce that beginning Wednesday, January 27, Johnson County Schools will start a 5 day weekly meal pickup program. Bulk meals for the week will be available for parent/guardian pickup for any child age 18 or younger at every Johnson County school. The weekly meal pickups will be available each Wednesday from 9:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. at the school’s front entrance. For more information, please contact Marsha Coleman at 606-789-2530.