As of now, Johnson County Schools will be operating on regular schedule tomorrow-Wednesday, November 13, 2019. There have been incorrect posts saying we were cancelled-any school cancellation will be posted to the Johnson County Schools Facebook Pages and Twitter pages.
School pictures that were ordered online came in today and were sent home. 😊
Sports pictures for dance pups, cheerleaders, boys’ basketball and academics. Dance pups will be going first thing in the morning.
Johnson County Schools would like to say thank you to all of our outstanding JC STEAM Educators. JC STEAM Labs are providing our students with #MoreOpportunity! National STEAM Day 2019! https://animoto.com/play/fbLdCxumRL0iM9JlzP5xfQ?autostart=1
So proud of this 6th Grade Academic Team in their first meet today! They won both of their quick recall matches and several placed in writtens! Hailee Williams- 2nd place in Language Arts and 3rd place in Science Delilah Back- tie for 1st in Arts and Humanities and tied for 6th in Social Studies Michael Walters- 6th place in Math Brady Ferguson- 6th place in Arts and Humanities
Celebrate National Principals Month with JC Schools this October! For more details check out http://www.principalsmonth.org. Thank you Mr. Pierce! #ThankAPrincipal
Proud of our Lady Greyhounds tonight! Championship game bound!! This is what you have worked so hard for! Leave it all on the floor Thursday night! Also, dance pups were amazing tonight! Love are girls! Thanks to all the parents and fans, you guys were amazing tonight cheering our ladies on!
What an awesome day of LIFT! We now offer enrichment activities 3:00-4:00 followed up with homework help and academic support from 4:00-5:00! Today students made music shakers, rolled for fitness, hung out with members from Camp Shawnee, and practiced for the upcoming play! But that’s not all! Then they visited homework help, reading stations, math stations, and some word work on the wall! That’s what I call a magnificent Monday! #21stCCLC
Tomorrow is a greyhound pride day to help support our girls’ basketball team during the county tournament.
October is Bully Prevention Month. Johnson County Schools would like to encourage all students, staff, parents, and community members to take a moment to sign the Safety Story Pledge! The pledge promotes kindness, unity, and empathy! http://www.kycss.org/sswpledge/
Fall Break Is Here!! No school Friday, October 4-Sunday October 13. Students return Monday, October 14. Have a restful and safe Apple Day and Fall Break! #JCEaglePride #Eagle4Life
Spirit week 9/30-10/4 Monday- Red day Tuesday- old fashion/cowboy/cowgirl Wednesday-hat day Thursday- FGS and camo day Friday- no school. Fall break begins
Kentucky Apple Festival® Of Johnson County Ol’ Fashion Costume Contest Registration 10:30 a.m. Time of Contest 11:30 a.m. GUIDELINES FOR GIRLS AND BOYS GIRLS: 1. Old fashion costume, 1800’s Period “Little House on the Prairie” Era. 2. Must be homemade. 3. Not to be fancy, lace not to be used. 4. Zippers and buttons are allowed. 5. Length varied from mid calf to ankle length. 6. Bonnets, ribbons and ruffled dusk caps are appropriate. 7. Umbrellas are not allowed (because of danger). 8. No tennis shoes, old fashion shoes, if possible (for example, dark lace-up ankle boots) or plain dark dress shoes. (Shoes will not be the deciding factor in Judges’ decision.) BOYS: 1. Old fashion costume. 1800’s Period. 2. Homemade or bought and redone. 3. Overalls are permitted. 4. Knickers, long pants or Frontier look (for example Daniel Boone and Davey Crockett) may be used. 5. If Frontier outfit is used, please no guns or knives (play or real) are allowed (because of danger). 6. No Tennis shoes, wear shoes appropriate for costume worn, or as close as you can get. Dark leather shoes can be used if you cannot find any others. (Shoes will not be the deciding factor in Judges’ decision.) GIRLS - FORMAL - ALL AGES 1. Must be homemade – Example: Victorian Style 2. Can use velvets and satins 3. May use lace, zippers, bows and be fancy 4. No umbrellas (because of danger) 5. No tennis shoes 6. Mid-calf – ankle length COSTUMES JUDGED ON: AGE CATEGORIES: 1. Originality 1 - 2 years 2. Suitable of material 3 - 5 years 3. Proper fit 6 - 7 years 4. Appropriate for time period 8 - 9 years 5. Overall effect of costume 10 - 14 years 15 thru Adult *Trophies will be awarded to first place winners in each category. FOR MORE INFORMATION CALL – MONICA DANIEL 793-2832
Play practice for “Sally Cotter” is 3:30-4:30 Every Tuesday, Wednesday, and Thursday Please have your child stay if they want to participate.
The 5th and 6th grade game versus Porter tonight has been rescheduled to This Friday at 5:30 pm at Johnson Central. However, flag and 3-4 will still play tonight at regular times.
Mrs.O’Bryan’s second grade awarded for great behavior at Greyhound Growl!!
The Thrillshare Post of the Week for September 1st-7th goes to Porter Elementary & Mrs. Selena Cochran! Congratulations, Mrs. Cochran! Make sure to subscribe to Selena's YouTube Channel! https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OwnCCG6Yd3k&feature=youtu.be
Grandparents’ Day is Monday September 9th. Headstart will be at 11:30 in their classroom. Kindergarten thru 2nd grade will begin at 1 p.m. In the gym.
Flat Gap Elementary Flag Football Schedule: FG1=Blackburn CE=central HE=Highland FG2=Holbrook PE=Porter WR=W.R. Castle Schedule: Wednesday September 4 5:30 pm at Highland round 1 FG1 vs. CE1 FG2 vs. CE2 round 2 FG1 vs. CE1 FG2 vs. CE2 round 3 FG1 vs CE2 FG2 vs. CE1 round 4 FG1 vs.CE2 FG2 vs. CE1 Tuesday September 10 5:30 pm at Highland round 1 FG1 vs. HE3 FG2 vs. HE4 HE1 vs. HE2 round 2 FG1 vs. HE1 FG2 vs. HE2 HE3 vs. HE4 round 3 FG1 vs. HE2 FG2 vs. HE3 HE1 vs. HE4 round 4 FG1 vs. HE4 FG2 vs. HE1 HE2 vs. HE3 Monday September 16th 5:30 pm at Highland round 1 FG1 vs. PE3 FG2 vs. PE1 PE2 Break round 2 FG1 vs. PE2 FG2 vs. PE3 PE1 Break round 3 FG1 vs. PE1 FG2 vs. PE2 PE3 Break round 4 FG1 vs. PE3 FG2 vs. PE1 PE2 Break Thursday September 26th 5:30 pm at Highland (Makeup Games) round 1 FG1 vs. WR1 FG2 vs. WR2 round 2 FG1 vs. WR1 FG2 vs. WR2 round 3 FG1 vs. WR2 FG2 vs. WR1 round 4 FG1 vs. WR2 FG2 vs. WR1
Flag football games cancelled for tonight. They will be rescheduled for a later date. 3-4 and 5-6 tackle will still be played at regular scheduled times.
Shout out to Mr. Rodney Triplett for starting an elementary track/cross country team in Johnson County. Our students at Flat Gap Elementary are truly enjoying this opportunity that he is giving his time to provide. Thanks Mr. Triplett your a rock star for kids!
Fall picture day is scheduled for August 27th!!
Congratulations to Mrs. Davis as she was recognized at today’s RECC board meeting for her completion of her three year SOAR-STEM and National Board Certification. Mr. Rodney Hitch, Touchstone Energy Cooperative Economic Development Director, presented her with a new laptop for her hard work and dedication to her students.
Johnson County Schools would like to welcome Dr. Tessie Haney. Dr. Haney will be serving as a School Psychologist for the district. Congratulations, Dr. Haney! https://flipgrid.com/1700e3a6 #Eagle4Life
6th graders enjoy comparing density of common objects in Science lab today #GreyhoundGrit
Grab your friends and register for East KYGoDigital. You do not want to miss this free and amazing professional learning opportunity! Sessions appropriate for all! #KYGoDigital Date: July 16th Time: 8:30-3:30 Location: Morehead State University http://bit.ly/32ofNOD
JCMS football practice will start on Thursday July 18 at 6:30. This is for all incoming 7th and 8th graders. We will meet at the middle school locker room. Please share!!! Looking forward to another successful season.
Love, Learn, Lead & Legacy Professional Learning Week was a huge success. Educators were totally engaged in learning while having fun! https://flipgrid.com/9c3c94ca #Eagle4Life
Boys Basketball Camp Monday June 3 through Wednesday June 5th from 9:00 am until noon at the Flat Gap Gymnasium. For boys entering grades 3-6 this coming school year. Players will eat free in cafeteria after camp. See you there!
6th grade events for the Last week of school: Monday May 20th 6th grade trip to Dewey Lake Park -Permission slips will come home there are three things which they must receive permission for. 1. to go on trip. 2. to fish in spillway. 3. to kayak in spillway. Anyone of these no approved by parent will result in student not participating. Tuesday May 21st Election Day no school. Wednesday May 22nd 6th grade orientation at JCMS 8:30-11:00 then 6th grade will go to Thealka Park until 2:00 then return to school Thursday May 23rd 6th Completion Ceremony practice during the morning. Then Field Day with inflatables after that. Friday May 24th Last Day of School -6th Grade Completion Ceremony 9:00 am in the Flat Gap Elementary Gymnasium.
With KPREP testing winding down I want to thank all of our parents and students for working hard and being committed to our school. On another note Mrs. Tonya Mullins who is subbing for Mrs. Doderer made me this shirt that made this Principal smile. She knows me well. Thanks Mrs. Mullins we appreciate you and the shirt as well.
Traveling back in time to 1850 Head Start took a field trip to the Mountain Homeplace today! Learning about life back in the “olden days” getting to pet and feed the animals, learning to plant seeds, learning about making yarn and weaving, and making homemade applesauce! They really enjoyed there time travel!
The Johnson County Schools Local Planning Committee will conduct the 2nd PUBLIC FORUM on Tuesday, May 14th, 2019 at 5:30 pm at the Johnson County Board of Education Central Office. The Public Forum will be an informal gathering to obtain public opinion regarding future district facility priorities. The Local Planning Committee will meet immediately following adjournment of the Public Forum.
Derby Time at the GAP!
Derby Time at the GAP!
Derby Time at the GAP!
Derby Time at the GAP!
May 6-10 will be the KPREP testing window for grades 3-6. We need for students to be here at school by 7:45 am every day next week in order to be able to start the testing on time. We ask that you help us to make you child be successful by ensuring they get good rest this upcoming week and eat breakfast each day either at home or in the school cafeteria. This has been an outstanding school year and we look for next year to be even better with start of our LIFT Program(free after school programming thanks to the 21st Century Grant). Thank you all for your support of our school, its students and staff. We are fortunate to live in a small community that still values our children. Have an outstanding weekend and wish us luck for our students during the KPREP test.
Congratulations to Johnson Central High School on earning the Thrillshare Post of the Week for April 22-26! https://bit.ly/2UqavwR Keep up the great work! #JCEaglePride #Eagle4Life
Parent-teacher conferences Wednesday April 17th from 4:00-6:00 pm. Early Kindergarten Registration Wednesday from 2:00-6:00 pm in cafeteria. We’ll see you st the Gap!
School starts back tomorrow Monday April 8th on regular schedule. Can’t wait to see all my Greyhounds!
Parents please remember that spring picture proofs are due back Monday, April 8, 2019. Thank you!
And BIG Congratulations to the students who placed in the county-wide energy fair today!! They all had excellent projects and we are so proud of all of them! K-3 Visual arts -3rd place Nataleigh Webb Multimedia-1st place Carson O’Bryan 2nd place- Jaylin Blanton, Emma Ferguson, Paislee Sagraves 4-6 STEM 1st place-Josh FitchPatrick and Alex Marcum Performing arts- 2nd place Ava O’Bryan Multimedia- 1st place Abby Ramey 2nd place- Alison Clark Division winners (ALL categories) K-3 3rd place -Carson O’Bryan 4-6 1st place-Josh FitchPatrick and Alex Marcum 2nd place-Abby Ramey
Fourth Graders created the rock cycle with starburst in Mrs.O’Bryan’s Science class today!!!
We will be offering free after school programming next school year for all of our students! After school until 6:00 pm every day we have school! This will be free to all of our students! Thanks to Kimberly Gibbons, Mrs. Mullins and Mrs. Witten for their hard work to earn the 21st Century Grant!
No school today Friday March 8th. It is an NTI DAY.
No school in Johnson County today Monday. March 4th. It is NTI DAY 9
As you have heard, one of our beloved Eagles, Cathy Gullett, passed away yesterday. Services will be on Monday in the Gymnasium at Johnson Central High School At 2:00pm. To be able to accommodate and to honor Mrs. G, Johnson County Schools will be releasing early on Monday. Elementary Schools will release at 11:30am; JCMS and JCHS will release at 12:00pm. Please keep the family in our thoughts and prayers. Thank you for your continued support of the students and staff of the Johnson County School System.
Johnson County Schools ready to ROCK Digital Learning Day February 28, 2019. Check out these ROCK STAR JC Digital Educators! https://flipgrid.com/5a5d0437 #DLDay #Eagle4LIfe
One hour delay tomorrow. Classes will begin at 8:45 am.
Our cooks will be fixing lunch from 11:00-1:00 at Flat Gap Elementary tomorrow. Menu: Flat Gap- Hot dogs and sauce, French fries, broccoli, grapes, milk choice, juice choice
Flat Gap Elementary will be open at 10:00 am tomorrow until 3:00 pm for anyone who may need to come in and complete NTI Assignments since so many are without power.
No School in Johnson County On Monday, February 25, 2019. This will be an NTI Day-we will have our schools open for anyone who does not have power to complete assignments- please call your child’s school to confirm times it will be open. Be safe!
SO PROUD of our 4th/5th academic Greyhounds!!!! They competed SO well today at Governors Cup District tournament!! They were Runner-up in Quick Recall!! Suzy Kretzer placed 1st in Language Arts and Arts and Humanities! Delilah Back placed 2nd in Arts and Humanities! Brady Ferguson placed 4th in Arts and Humanities! They were also chosen by the other teams to win the Katherine Hume sportsmanship award!
2019 Energy Fair at Flat Gap will take place on Friday, March 8! All projects are due on Thursday, March 7th!
Parent conferences Tomorrow February 6th from 4:00-6:00