Resources for students to work at home during our COVID-19 Level 3 response may be found HERE.
Johnson County Schools wishes to express our sincere congratulations to all of our fine PAEA recipients this year! We know that you have worked hard, set high goals for yourselves and have accomplished many great things in your school careers, and that this milestone is just the beginning of an extremely bright future for each of you!
The 2020 PAEA awards video will premiere this evening at 6:30 p.m. on the district's YouTube Channel, as well as the district's FaceBook Page. You can view it at the link below, or enjoy a watch party with your friends!
2020 Presidential Academic Excellence Awards
Johnson County Schools is currently applying for the Lottery for Education: Afterschool Programs (LEAPs) Grant. This application is due to the state on June 19, 2020. Our application is available for public comment and review.
If you would like to review our application, please contact Angie Wills at email@example.com or 423-727-2640
The 2020 Summer Professional Development calendar for Johnson County School staff is now available!
We don’t have as many offerings this summer due to the pandemic and we have added several online options.
Please have teachers contact the appropriate supervisor with questions.
While today is our last day delivering meals via bus routes, we want to take a minute to stop and thank everyone who made this possible for our students. Thank you to ALL of our cafeteria workers, bus drivers, administrators, teachers and assistants who worked together to feed our students during this time.
Our cafeteria staff produced an average of over 10,000 meals per week for the past 9 weeks!
Again, thank you to everyone who worked tirelessly to support our students and this program!
Johnson County Schools Food Service ROCKS!
Johnson County Schools will be premiering the JCHS Class of 2020 Senior Awards Ceremony at 6:00 p.m. this evening! You can view it live on our District YouTube Channel by following the link below.
Johnson County Class of 2020 Senior Awards
Johnson County Schools is excited to release the official Class of 2020 Graduation tri-fold brochure and site map to the public! We're anticipating a great day for our 2020 graduating class, and look forward to seeing everyone at the event and online!
2020 Graduation Brochure Download
Students and Parents who are in need of the Sports Physical Examination Form can find it on our website under the Form & Links, section, of simply use the link provided below to view and download it directly.
Sports Physical Examination Form Download
Parents and Caregivers,
Johnson County Schools understands this unprecedented time can present many challenges and obstacles for students and families. Johnson County Schools' Student Support Services Team has been working in solidarity with the community to meet the needs of our students and families.These efforts stem from our school nutrition team preparing and serving meals; student support delivering basic necessities to families; and providing continuous resources and support through this challenging time. To further address those efforts, we have created a form for families to fill out if they find themselves in need. Once the form has been submitted, a member from our Student Support Services Team will be in contact to further address your needs.
If you or your family are in need, please complete the referral from below.
Student Support Services Referral Form
We've uploaded the video to our YouTube channel, and would love to present the Class of 2020 Slideshow to all of our Parents, Students and to anyone who has played a part in helping the Johnson County High School Class of 2020 achieve their dreams!
View the Slideshow at the following link! https://youtu.be/vi_LRsvhDtg
On Monday April 27th, Director of Schools, Dr. Mischelle Simcox met with leaders from the graduating class to receive their input on several different options to conduct this year's graduation ceremony. Dr. Simcox later announced plans for the class of 2020 graduation ceremony.
Class of 2020 and Longhorn families, We are very proud of your accomplishments; we are pleased to announce further details for this year's graduation ceremony. As a result of government guidelines and public health concerns, our process will be to host a "drive-in" graduation at Chamber Park. Each student will be allowed to bring two cars of guests to the event. This will enable us to respect social distancing guidelines while still being able to hold a graduation for our seniors.
Valedictorian for the Class of 2020 is a senior with a 4.0 GPA and the highest ACT composite score among the graduates. This student will receive the Valedictorian medal as well as the top 10% gold chord which she will wear at the commencement ceremony. The date for the commencement ceremony has not been confirmed at this time as we continue to monitor state and federal guidance to ensure the safety of all those involved.
While school hallways across the state may be dark and quiet, staff and administrators are missing their students deeply. Director of Schools Dr. Mischelle Simcox sent out over 2,100 post cards to every student across the district this week. Although these postcards differ in style, they all share the same message, “We miss you!”
“We miss our students!” stated Simcox, “This is definitely a time of uncertainty and I wanted our students and staff to know we are thinking about them and can’t wait until they are back in school.” Johnson County Schools closed on March 17th and since then teachers and administrators alike have continued to reach out to students daily. “This is a time where we are all coming together as a community and supporting one another.” stated Simcox, “We will continue to support and help our students during this time, we are always committed to the well-being of our students.”
Due to the Governor's recent recommendations, Johnson County Schools will be closed for the remainder of the 2019-2020 school year. We will be providing more information and guidance over the next few days. We want to ensure that our students continue to learn and our teachers will still be providing resources over the next few weeks. As of right now, we will continue to send out meals to all students under the age of 18 years old through our Food Service meals program. To the Class of 2020, we will still plan on having a Graduation ceremony and Prom. Details regarding the date and times will be provided within the next few weeks. Thank you all for your continued support and understanding during this COVID-19 pandemic.
Online resources have now been published for our secondary levels students to use and enjoy during the school closure period. Please check them out below!
Online Resources for secondary students.
The following information concerning the upcoming 2020-21 Kindergarten registration has been published and is available for parents.
We've created a page full of online activities and study materials for all Johnson County Students to check out and enjoy during the upcoming schools closure period. Please check it out and feel free to use these resources daily!
Johnson County Schools Online Resources Page
Johnson County Schools - Health and Safety Update - March 6, 2020
Johnson County Schools is monitoring the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) website for information and guidelines regarding the status of the novel coronavirus disease (COVID-19). We understand that school staff, parents and the community are concerned about everyone's health and safety. Administrators in Johnson County will keep a close eye on guidance from state, local and national experts on the issue. Our custodial staff continue to disinfect the classrooms and buildings with disinfectants that are shown to protect against the coronavirus COVID-19. Since this is an emerging, rapidly evolving situation, the CDC and other health authorities from around the globe are closely monitoring the coronavirus COVID-19 outbreak and are implementing measures to prevent the spread of the virus.
It is our goal to keep students, employees and the community healthy and safe. We will continue to work with local, state and federal health agencies to make necessary revisions to our Response Plan as new information becomes available. At this time, the CDC recommends guidelines and precautions similar to the flu; wash hands regularly with warm water and soap, and cover coughs and sneezes. For information and resources on the coronavirus COVID-19, please visit the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention website: https://www.cdc.gov/coronavirus/2019-ncov/index.html
Johnson County Schools have been using software for several years to communicate with its parents, staff and students about local events, school schedule changes and general school related information. There have been some major updates to the software over the past couple of months that have not allowed our e-mail communication to go out alongside our voice messages. This has created some confusion and has limited effective communication between the schools and parents. With assistance and guidance from our software team at School Messenger, we have a solution in place that will allow everyone to continue receiving calls via voice and e-mail.
Parent involvement is crucial to academic success no matter how old your child is. The Skyward Family Access Parent Portal is a tool for parents to stay informed and engaged in their child's education. The Parent Portal gives parents and guardians access to their child's attendance, grades, and missing assignments. Weekly progress reports are available as well.
This newly passed law provides revisions and updates regrading school attendance, truancy, and discipline.
If you’re going on to college, applying for employment or need access to your official school records, you can now request your records and transcripts via a link on our web site! Please visit our forms and links page for more information!
Johnson County High School is a public school serving grades 9-12. The common mission of JCHS is “providing a positive, safe learning environment to help students acquire knowledge and the useful skills necessary for productive citizenship.” The shared vision is that “every student and staff member at JCHS will come to school each day and perform to their highest potential.” We Are JCHS!