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JCPS Face Covering Update

Based on the COVID-19 Mode of Instruction Metrics for K-12 Education, Jackson County is in the “RED” (critical level).  Jackson County Public Schools will require that all students and staff wear face coverings while in Jackson County Public School Buildings, from Monday, November 29, 2021 until Friday, December 3, 2021.

Our next status determination will be made on Thursday, December 2, 2021.


STLP Blanket Drive



Cadet Private First Class, C\PFC Mia Davis is the niece of April Abner of McKee, Kentucky is the October 2021 Jackson County High School Army JROTC Cadet of the Month. Cadet Davis is currently a freshman at Jackson County High School. Mia is a member of the Jackson County High School AJROTC Raider and Color Guard teams.

To be considered as cadet of the month, cadets compete against each other throughout the month in numerous categories which include attendance, uniform inspections, physical training, grades, after school team practices, and participation in extracurricular events. Ten cadets who score the highest in these events over a month’s period then go before a Command Board where they are tested on general and military knowledge and military bearing.

During the month of October Cadet Davis performed two color guard performances in support of the 13 th District Volleyball tournament and competed in the Montgomery County “Indian Challenge” raider competition. C\PFC Davis also participated in the PFC Berton McQueen Memorial Service held at the Jackson County Veterans Memorial. In addition to participating in numerous raider and color guard practices, C\PFC Davis completed 9 hours of community service during the month of October. Cadet Davis was recently rewarded for her outstanding performance by being promoted to Cadet Private First Class. C\PFC Davis was also recognized for being the top sales person in the AJROTC’s annual fundraiser by selling 50 items, and was named to the Colonels Honor roll for attaining a GPA of 3.7 for the 1 st 9 weeks of School year 2021-2022.

Congratulations Mia on this great honor and keep up the great work.

JCHS After -School Tutoring


Test-to-Stay FAQ

📌Do I have to participate? No, this is optional and if you are not 18 we will need parent/guardian permission.

📌What happens if I can't test 5 days in a row? If you can't test 5 consecutive school days you will need to finish your quarantine at home. If you start testing on Friday then you would test on Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, and Thursday of the following week.

📌Can I ride the bus to be tested? No, you must be transported by your parents or drive yourself.

📌Where will this testing occur? We will test between 8-9 each morning. Students or parents will circle the building and park between the fence/football locker room. Our nurse will test students while they are in the car. The results will take about 15 minutes.

📌If I choose to opt out of the test-to-stay program and quarantine instead, can I come be tested on day 6 and return to school that day with a negative test? Yes, the school nurse will be able to administer that test on day 6 following the same procedures mentioned above.

Indoor/Outdoor Guidelines for Sports

🔴🔵Indoor/Outdoor Guidelines for Sports🔵🔴

We are excited for our student-athletes to have the opportunity to play sports this fall. During indoor sporting events masks will be required for coaches, spectators, and all table personnel. We would also ask that you social distance as much as possible.


Outdoor sporting events will not require masks.  We would ask that you social distance as much as possible.  There is an abundance of lawn chair seating available at our football field.  


One of the most important things you can do is if you have a fever, cough, or any COVID-19 symptom please stay at home.  This is also true if you've been exposed to someone who has COVID-19.


We will sell tickets at the gate and we ask that you follow these guidelines. Our students need the opportunity for as many normal experiences as possible. Thank you for supporting our students.


Mr. Harris

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