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Jackon County High School

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JCHS Picture Retake Day

Friday, November 16 is retake picture day for seniors, underclass, and staff. This will be the last day to have a picture taken for the yearbook.

JCHS Open House

JCHS Openhouse Flyer

Where: JCHS

When:  Monday, October 22nd

Time:   4 - 6PM

  • Pick up report cards and speak with teachers.
  • 9th & 12th Grade K-Prep Scores can be picked up.
  • Infinite Campus Parent/Student portal help.
  • Information about the JCHS and Public Library.
  • Information on our after-school tutoring program.
  • Information on our Dual Credit program.
  • Information on career pathways.
  • Refreshments in the cafeteria.
JROTC - EKU 2018 Raider Stakes

Pictures from EKU 2018 Raider Stakes have been added to the Photo Gallery.

Breast Cancer Awareness T-Shirts

October is Breast Cancer Awareness month. The school store has t-shirts for $10.00. ALL proceeds will go to a local cancer patient.

SCHOLARSHIP BULLETIN
Accelerated Reader Challenge WINNERS!!!

JCHS Library and Youth Services Center sponsored an Accelerated Reader Challenge for JCHS students. Students could read books and take AR test then enter their name in for a drawing for prizes. Winners are Virginia Howard and Tommy Couch. Other reading challenges will be going on during the school year. Congratulations to all the students who participated. 

1st Reading challenge winners

September SCHOLARSHIP BULLETIN
T-Shirts For Sale

T-Shirts are for sale in the school store for $10.00 each.

 

2017-2018 Yearbooks

2017-2018 yearbooks are now on sale in the school store. The cost is $50.00. 

NEW IMMUNIZATION REQUIREMENTS FOR KENTUCKY STUDENTS
2018 -2019 Jackson County High School Student Handbook
2018-2019 JCHS Student Enrollment Forms
Jackson County High School New Principal

We are pleased to announce that the JCHS SBDM has selected Brian Harris as the new Principal.

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RED RIBBON WEEK  is a national event that recognizes an Undercover DEA officer,  Enrique Camarena,  who was tortured to death and killed in Mexico.  He was fighting the war of keeping drugs from crossing the border in the US.  As a national event in his honor we want the War on drugs to continue by making our students aware of  the choice of being drug free.  

 

The events that the YSC has planned to bring awareness of staying drug free are:

 

October 11 to November 9 - Scary  Anti-Drug Short Story.  Turn entries into the Library by the 9th of November.  First place Girl and Boy recieve a  fun gift package from YSC,  2nd place, 3rd, place and 4th place will receive a  movie pass @ London Regency 7 Movies. 

 

October 22 - 1st period classes decorate your door with an Anti-Drug theme.  

(You will have Monday-Thursday at 12 pm .  Doors will be judged Thursday. 1st place winners will receive free movie pass @ London Regency 7 Movies and coffee social sometime in November.  2nd and 3rd pkace will receive a red ribbon prize.)

 

October 23- "Get Comfortable and Say No To Drugs"  Pajama day. 

 

October 24 - "A Decade of Being Drug Free"  favorite Decade dress up.

 

October 24 - Kip Survey for 10th & 12th Grade students with English classes.  

 

October 25- REMIX will be here at 1:00 pm for a fun filled program to "Say No To Drugs"