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District News

Back to School Bash

Back To School Bash

JCHS Principal Selection Survey

 

Please fill out the survey on the link between now & Monday, July 9th at 4:30.  This allows all stakeholders to have input in selecting the new Principal at JCHS.

 

https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/6K96DWC

 

Public Notice

The Jackson County Public School's Local Planning Committee (LPC) will Tuesday, June 12, 2018 at 6:00 pm at the Jackson County Board of Educatio Central Office Administration Building; 3331 Highway 421S; McKee, KY  

 

A public forum will be held at the beginning of the meeting.

 

 

 

 

 

 

Summer STEM

STEM Camp

Summer Feeding

Summer Feeding

Board Accepting Bids

THE JACKSON COUNTY BOARD OF EDUCATION WILL BE ACCEPTING SEALED BID PROPOSALS UNTIL THURSDAY APRIL 12th, 2018 AT 10:00 A.M. FOR THE FOLLOWING SURPLUS BID ITEMS:

  1. Bus 160 - 1993 International  Vin # (1HV88PLMXPH506337)  AS IS/NO WARRANTY
  2. Bus 213 – 2003 Ford School Bus with Handicap Lift
    Vin # (1FDWE35F03HB52646)  AS IS/NO WARRANTY
  3. 2002 Ford Taurus  Vin # (1FAFP53272A213367)  AS IS/NO WARRANTY4. 1996 Jeep Cherokee  Vin # (1J4FJ28S0TL194180) AS IS/NO WARRANTY
  4. Clark C500-25 Forklift (Propane Fueled)  AS IS/NO WARRANTY
  5. Wooden Doors
  6. 2X4 Lay In Light Fixtures
  7. Metal Halide Gym Light Fixtures
  8. Assorted Size Fluorescent Light Fixtures
  9. Assorted Scrap Metal
  10. Cafeteria Furniture
  11. Kent Propane Buffer
  12. Used Electrical Motors
  13. Diesel Motor – International DT 466
  14. Brake Drums
     
School Safety Video

Mr. Stephen Gabbard and Mrs. Betty Moore provided an update on school safety during the March board meeting. The presentation can be found at https://youtu.be/wvi3ig-mXXI

Additional School Safety Measures

 

Always a priority among priorities for Jackson County Public Schools is the safety and well-being of our students and staff.  With the recent events that have happened in our state and our nation, and to ensure accurate communication, we would like to inform our parents/guardians, community and county of some of the additional safety measures that we do to ensure the safety and well-being of our students and staff. 

 

KSP Adopt A School Program

The Jackson County Public School District is pleased to announce that we are now involved with the Kentucky State Police Adopt-a-School Program.   KSP has designed this program to prevent and intervene in an effort to reduce threats of violence toward our schools.    When specifics of the program are implemented, there will be a noticeable increase of law enforcement presence both within school buildings and on school campuses as available KSP manpower and schedules allow.    Please be aware that the presence of a law enforcement official on school property does not necessarily mean that there is a specific threat to our schools, staff, or students.     We look forward to this partnership as our school community works together to create safer schools and to improve the student learning environment.   If you have specific questions regarding the KSP Adopt-A-School Program, please contact Stephen Gabbard at the Jackson County Central Administration Office Building.    stephen.gabbard@jackson.kyschools.us   

 

Mike Smith, Superintendent

Jackson County Public Schools

School Safety Letter from Mr. Smith

School Safety Letter

JCMS

For clarification and to maintain open communication with parents and the community, JCPS would like to make everyone aware that Jackson County Middle School is NOT on lock down. Dr. Kerby was made aware of a rumor circulating on social media that the school was on lock down due to a weapon threat on campus. Again, this is just a rumor. JCMS is NOT on lock down and there are no threats against the school.

The district understands that everyone is very concerned about school safety due to recent events in Marshall County and Florida. Please know that the district has many safety measures in place to protect all staff and students.

Early Dismissal

We will begin dismissing today at 2:00 pm due to the possibility of inclement weather.

Hepatitis A Vaccine

​Since the Hepatitis A Vaccine will become mandatory for all children, Family Health Care and the School Nurses Group will be administering those in the school clinics. If you would like for your child to get the Hepatitis A Vaccine at school, please call your child's school and speak to the school nurse.  If the school nurse does not administer the vaccine, you will need to provide the school with the child's shot record documenting the Hepatitis A vaccine.  If you have any questions, please all your school nurse Monday through Friday from 8 A.M. until 3 P.M.

Play and Learn Group

Play Learn Group

NTID Lessons

All students should have received a green folder that contains lessons for NTI Day 1 & 2. If your child is planning to do the hard copy packets, they should have everything they need in the folder for Days 1 and 2. The first page of each lesson is the directions sheet. Everything your child needs to know about completing the assignment can be found on this sheet.

If your child is planning to do the lessons online, they still received a folder containing the directions sheet for each day. The directions sheet details what online platform they will be using and what they need to access when they get logged on.

These folders should remain at home so they will be available when the district calls a NTI Day.

If your child did not receive a green folder with lessons for NTI Day 1 and 2, please contact the school.

Public Forum

The Jackson County Board of Education will be holding a public forum to discuss a plan to improve school nutrition and physical activity in the district.  The meeting will begin at 4:00 pm Thursday, January 25, 2017, at Jackson County Board of Education, located at 3331 Hwy 421S in McKee.  Everyone is invited to attend.

Play and Learn Group

Play Learn Group

JCPS 2017 State Assessment Results

2017

Health Fair

Health Fair

Thursday, October 19th

9:00 am-- 1:00 pm

Jackson County Board of Education Gym

 

health fair

Letter Sent Home Today

Letter

Parents/Guaridans

Sept 11 LetterDue to the late timing of the KSP news release the following letter will be sent home with all students on Tuesday, September 12th, but we wanted to communicate this information with all parents as soon as we were able.  Thank you for your support and understanding at this time.

Reminder

​Just a reminder, that there will be no school on Friday, September 1st and Monday, September 4th, 2017.  

Everyone enjoy the Jackson County Fair and also have a safe Labor Day Weekend!

Solar Eclipse

There will be no school on Monday, August 21st due to the solar eclipse.  We encourage all parents and guardians to discuss the solar eclipse with their children and prepare them to safely watch this incredible event. 

Letter from District

Eclipse Information Sheet

 

 

McKee Principal Survey

McKee Elementary would like the input of any community members that would be willing to fill out a survey about the criteria we're looking for in selecting a new principal.  Below is a link to a survey which will begin Monday morning, August the 7th, and close on Wednesday eveningAugust the 9th at 5pm.  If you cannot fill out the survey online, please come by the front office during regular school hours on Monday, Tuesday or Wednesday for a paper copy of the survey that you can fill out and return at the front desk. Your feedback is greatly valued!

https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLScwVdkaZZXL0niYf80R3IFhiu01spTZMnYB9FMR_bNV_mdKVg/viewform

JCMS Principal Survey

We would like to get your feedback and opinion as we begin our search for the next principal at Jackson County Middle School. Please fill out this quick survey and let us know the qualities that you believe the next principal at JCMS should possess. Please rank each of the following criteria from one to five; one being least important to you and five being most important to you.

Your answers will be completely anonymous.

Thank you for your time.

https://goo.gl/forms/jqSrIPsYHpCbC98J2

Back to School--Important Dates

IMPORTANT DATES

JCHS Upperclassmen Schedule Pickup; August 1st; 1 pm--4 pm
Freshman Schedule Pickup; August 1st; 5:pp pm--7:00 pm

Jackson County Middle School
6th Grade Orientation; Thursday, July 27th; 6 pm--8 pm
7th and 8th Grade Schedule Pickup; Friday, July 28th; 9 am--2pm

McKee Elementary
Open House; Thursday, July 27th; 5 pm--7pm

Sand Gap Elementary
Open House; August 1st; 4 pm--6 pm

Tyner Elementary
Open House; August 1; 5:00 pm--7:00 pm

CDIP Executive Summary
CDIP Equitable Access
CDIP Needs Assessment
No school

No school in Jackson County on Tuesday, January 2nd.